History YMMV / QuidditchThroughTheAges

25th Nov '16 11:55:38 AM DustSnitch
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Many.

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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Many. CrowningMomentOfFunny:



* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as of late.
* WoobieSpecies: The Golden Snidget.

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* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as have a laughably bad track record throughout their history, to the point where it's just kind of late.
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* WoobieSpecies: The Golden Snidget.Snidget nearly went extinct because wizards hunted it for sport and crushed them to death in nearly every Quidditch match.
25th Apr '15 10:04:33 AM CJCroen1393
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Modesty Rabnott saving a Golden Snidget and releasing it back to get to the wild. She was fined and lost her house, but she still saved the snidget, went on to continue protesting the treatment of the poor creatures and set a precedent that persisted for over a century. They even named a nature reserve for her!
25th Apr '15 9:28:51 AM CJCroen1393
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* WoobieSpecies: The Golden Snidget.
16th Mar '15 3:54:01 PM Tuckerscreator
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* FridgeHorror: The infamous Quidditch match of 1492 broke every rule that has ever been written for Quidditch. As the above states, the rules include "no murdering the referee" and "no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword". There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken.

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* FridgeHorror: The infamous Quidditch match of 1492 broke every rule that has ever been written for Quidditch. As the above states, the rules include "no murdering the referee" and "no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword". There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken. And do any of the rules involve attacking the audience?
8th Mar '15 9:08:10 AM Phoenixion
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* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as of late.

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* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as of late.late.
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4th Aug '14 5:09:27 PM Kytseo
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* MexicansLoveSpeedyGonzales: There are real life Americans that'd like to watch a real game of Quodpot.
6th Apr '14 6:04:31 PM Tuckerscreator
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** The "Starfish on a Stick" position is described as a wizard hanging from their broomstick by one hand and one foot, splaying all their limbs out to defend as a large an area as possible. The author then adds "[[SchmuckBait The 'Starfish Without a Stick' should never be attempted]]."

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** The "Starfish on a Stick" position is described as a wizard hanging from their broomstick by one hand and one foot, splaying all their limbs out to defend as a large an area as possible. The author then adds "[[SchmuckBait The 'Starfish Without a Stick' should never be attempted]]."
9th Mar '14 1:23:06 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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** In the introduction, Dumbledore shares his advice about not mistreating Madame Pince's library books. He once absent-mindedly doodled in a borrowed book, and the book retaliated by beating him on the head.

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** In the introduction, Dumbledore shares his advice about not mistreating Madame Pince's library books. He once absent-mindedly absentmindedly doodled in a borrowed book, and the book retaliated by beating him on the head.



* ParanoiaFuel: Dumbledore can't guarantee that he's removed ''all'' the anti-vandalism curses on this book, so treating it roughly may result in Madame Pince appearing in your home and demanding a heavy fine.

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* ParanoiaFuel: Dumbledore can't guarantee that he's removed ''all'' the anti-vandalism curses on this book, so treating it roughly may result in Madame Pince appearing in your home and demanding a heavy fine.fine.
* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as of late.
15th Jan '14 5:35:44 AM Viira
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* FridgeHorror: The infamous Quidditch match of 1492 broke every rule that has ever been written for Quidditch. What if the rule book included murder and Unforgivable Curses?
** They ''do''. As the above states, the rules include no murdering the referee and no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword. There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken.

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* FridgeHorror: The infamous Quidditch match of 1492 broke every rule that has ever been written for Quidditch. What if the rule book included murder and Unforgivable Curses?
** They ''do''.
As the above states, the rules include no "no murdering the referee referee" and no "no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword.broadsword". There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken.
12th Nov '13 3:39:59 PM CJCroen1393
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** They ''do''. As the above states, the rules include no murdering the referee and no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword. There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken.
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