1900-2020 During the Twentieth Century, the wizarding community deals with two major conflicts, each of which is instigated by a Dark Wizard of prodigious power. In each of these conflicts, the risk of exposure to the Muggles is great. And in each case, one person stands in the end against evil and is victorious: Dumbledore over Grindelwald in 1945 and Harry Potter over Voldemort in 1998. After the second of these uprisings, the Ministry of Magic is reorganized and improved as the Twenty-First Century dawns.
This Quidditch World Cup tournament is known as “Royston Idlewind and the Dissimulators“, following a controversial wand ban. The final match was played between Syria and Madagascar (it was won by the Syrian National team) (Pm). Read More
The game is brutal and so fast-paced that Ludo Bagman’s commentary can barely keep up. The Bulgarian National Team’s young seeker, Viktor Krum, uses his excellent flying skills to catch the Snitch, doing so despite his team being down more than 150 in order to avoid further humiliation at the… Read More
This Quidditch World Cup tournament was notable for: the heightened security measures put in place because of the chaos following the appearance of the Dark Mark at the 1994 World Cup; being only the second all-Africa final (Senegal v Malawi); and the arrest of the Senegalese team mascots. (… Read More
The final match in the 2002 tournament was played between Egypt and Bulgaria. After the Seeker Rawya Zaghloul caught the Snitch (Egypt won by 450 points to Bulgaria’s 300), defeated Bulgarian Seeker Viktor Krum announced his retirement from international Quidditch (Pm). … Read More
The team from Burkina Faso won this Quidditch World Cup tournament against the side from France by 300 to 220. After the excitement of winning died down, Seeker Joshua Sankara relinquished his new position as Burkina Faso’s Minister for Magic in favour of continuing his Quidditch career (Pm). Read More
The final match of the 2014 tournament took place between the national teams of Brazil and Bulgaria on 11 July 2014. This extremely exciting and emotional match ended when veteran Bulgarian Seeker Viktor Krum caught the Snitch, ensuring that Bulgaria won by 160 points to 70. Read More