Re: Quidditch Qs
- From: Tim Bruening <tsbrueni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2007 13:39:31 -0700
Tim Bruening [tsbrueni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] said:
When a Quidditch player is injured during a game, why can't his/her team
send in a substitute?
Why do you think this rule applies?
In Sorcerer's Stone, when Harry got injured before the final game, why
didn't his team have a substitute Seeker? (I have read of subs in
subsequent books. In Half-Blood Prince, several Gryffindor players got
injured between games, and were replaced).
What is your explanation?
Why aren't Quidditch games called off when it rains?
What are your thoughts?
In Harry's first game, when he was being cursed off his broom, why
wasn't a time-out called?
What do you think?
If I knew, I wouldn't be asking!
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