History Recap / HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFireC17TheFourChampions

4th Apr '17 4:10:41 PM JohnPrestwick
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Dumbledore questions Harry to ask him if he found a way to put his name in the Goblet of Fire. Both Maxime and Karkaroff are outraged that Hogwarts is being allotted a second Champion. Snape thinks Harry is up to no good. Karkaroff suggest he might insist his school gets to pick another champion, or that Durmstrang could withdraw. However, neither options are possible. The Goblet of Fire has extinguished itself and can't be used again until the next tournament. And it lays down a "binding magical contract" that forces the chosen participants to take part. Moody arrives and notes that it would have taken a very powerful Confundus Charm to hoodwink the Goblet of Fire, beyond the abilities of a student. He suggests that the culprit put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire to ensure he could get hurt in the tournament. Karkaroff dismisses the theory as being Moody's usual paranoia.

With no apparent way out, it looks like Harry has no choice to take part. An exhausted-looking Crouch informs the four champions that the first task will take place in just under a month's time, but the task itself is a secret test of "daring", as well as reading a few rules. Everyone heads out. He has a brief, polite chat with Cedric, and it's clear Cedric thinks Harry put his own name in. Harry wanders back, aware that the rest of the school won't believe him. He wonders who might have wanted to see him humiliated or harmed, thinks of Voldemort and partly remembers [[Recap/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFireC1TheRiddleHouse his dream from the last summer]]. Moody's theory does not seem so

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Dumbledore questions Harry to ask him if he found a way to put his name in the Goblet of Fire. Both Maxime and Karkaroff are outraged that Hogwarts is being allotted a second Champion. Snape thinks Harry is up to no good. Karkaroff suggest suggests he might insist his school gets to pick another champion, or that Durmstrang could otherwise withdraw. However, neither options are possible. The Goblet of Fire has extinguished itself and can't be used again until the next tournament. And it lays down a "binding magical contract" that forces the chosen participants to take part. Moody arrives and notes that it would have taken a very powerful Confundus Charm to hoodwink the Goblet of Fire, beyond the abilities of a student. He suggests that the culprit put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire to ensure he could get hurt in the tournament. Karkaroff dismisses the theory as being Moody's usual paranoia.

With no apparent way out, it looks like Harry has no choice to take part. An exhausted-looking Crouch informs the four champions that the first task will take place in just under a month's time, but the task itself is a secret test of "daring", as well as reading a few rules. Everyone heads out. He has a brief, polite chat with Cedric, and it's clear Cedric thinks Harry put his own name in. Harry wanders back, aware that the rest of the school won't believe him. He wonders who might have wanted to see him humiliated or harmed, thinks of Voldemort and partly remembers [[Recap/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFireC1TheRiddleHouse his dream from the last summer]]. Moody's theory does not seem so
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31st Mar '17 7:20:37 AM JohnPrestwick
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Dumbledore questions Harry to ask him if he found a way to put his name in the Goblet of Fire. Both Maxime and Karkaroff are outraged that Hogwarts is being allotted a second Champion. Snape thinks Harry is up to no good. Karkaroff suggest he might insist his school gets to pick another champion, or that Durmstrang could withdraw. However, neither options are possible. The Goblet of Fire has extinguished itself and can't be used again until the next tournament. And it lays down a "binding magical contract" that forces the chosen participants to take part. Moody arrives and suggests that someone put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire to ensure he could get hurt in the tournament. Karkaroff dismisses the theory as being Moody's usual paranoia.

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Dumbledore questions Harry to ask him if he found a way to put his name in the Goblet of Fire. Both Maxime and Karkaroff are outraged that Hogwarts is being allotted a second Champion. Snape thinks Harry is up to no good. Karkaroff suggest he might insist his school gets to pick another champion, or that Durmstrang could withdraw. However, neither options are possible. The Goblet of Fire has extinguished itself and can't be used again until the next tournament. And it lays down a "binding magical contract" that forces the chosen participants to take part. Moody arrives and notes that it would have taken a very powerful Confundus Charm to hoodwink the Goblet of Fire, beyond the abilities of a student. He suggests that someone the culprit put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire to ensure he could get hurt in the tournament. Karkaroff dismisses the theory as being Moody's usual paranoia.
31st Mar '17 7:14:30 AM JohnPrestwick
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The Great Hall is silent with shock. Unable to understand what has happened, Harry trudges to the front and out to the same room as the other three champions. When he meets them, they at first think he's come to deliver a message. Then the headteachers come in, along with Bagman, Crouch and a few other Hogwarts teachers.

Dumbledore questions Harry to ask him if he found a way to put his name in the Goblet of Fire. Both Maxime and Karkaroff are outraged that Hogwarts is being allotted a second Champion. Snape thinks Harry is up to no good. Karkaroff suggest he might insist his school gets to pick another champion, or that Durmstrang could withdraw. However, neither options are possible. The Goblet of Fire has extinguished itself and can't be used again until the next tournament. And it lays down a "binding magical contract" that forces the chosen participants to take part. Moody arrives and suggests that someone put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire to ensure he could get hurt in the tournament. Karkaroff dismisses the theory as being Moody's usual paranoia.

With no apparent way out, it looks like Harry has no choice to take part. An exhausted-looking Crouch informs the four champions that the first task will take place in just under a month's time, but the task itself is a secret test of "daring", as well as reading a few rules. Everyone heads out. He has a brief, polite chat with Cedric, and it's clear Cedric thinks Harry put his own name in. Harry wanders back, aware that the rest of the school won't believe him. He wonders who might have wanted to see him humiliated or harmed, thinks of Voldemort and partly remembers [[Recap/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFireC1TheRiddleHouse his dream from the last summer]]. Moody's theory does not seem so

Harry gets back to Gryffindor Tower. He's greeted with an enthusiastic reception by many of the Gryffindors, who are eager to see him enter. But Harry dodges the celebrations and heads for his dormitory. There, he ends up in an argument with Ron, who is convinced Harry put his own name in. A dejected Harry is left wondering if anyone will believe him now.
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