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Description of move
Beater strikes bludger with backhand swing, sending it backwards.
Excellent for confusing opponents
Both beaters hit bludger at the same time for extra power
Induces bludger attack of greater severity
Keeper swerves around all 3 hoops at top speed to block the quaffle
Usually employed against penalty takers
Chasers form an intimidating arrowhead pattern and fly together towards the hoops
Used by the Irish National side in the quidditch world cup against Bulgaria
2 Chasers close in on opposing chaser on either side whilst the 3rd flies headlong towards him or her
Supposedly invented by original players of the Wigtown Wanderers
Seeker scoops snitch up sleeve
Named after Roderick Plumpton, who used it to catch the snitch in record time in 1921
Chaser carrying quaffle flies upwards to make other team believe they are trying to escape them to score. They then throw it down to a fellow chaser waiting to catch it
Named after Russian chaser Petrova Porskoff
Description of move
Chaser throws quaffle over their shoulder to team member
Accuracy is difficult
Hanging upside down from broom, gripping tightly with hands and feet.
Used by Harry to avoid a bludger in Book 2
Keeper holds broom horizontally, keeping one hand and foot curled around handle to block hoops
'Quidditch through the ages' says starfish without stick should never be attempted
Fake punch aimed at nose. Legal as long as no contact is made
First seen at world cup pf 1473
High speed zig-zag movement intended to throw off opposing chasers
Perfected by the Woollongong Warriors of Australia
Seeker hurtles to the ground, intended to make the other seeker think he has seen the snitch, and copy. Seeker pulls out of dive at last minute, hoping the copying seeker will cras
Named after Pplish seeker, Josef Wronski, Krum used this move in the Irish vs. Bulgaria world cup final
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