Harry Potter's Quidditch Adapted to Play on the Ground Essay

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Nearly 17 years ago in the United Kingdom, a fictional sport known as Quidditch was born into a story that many did not know would captivate the world and eventually become more than people ever dreamt.
Quidditch, found in the Harry Potter series, is a competitive sport that is extremely rough, semi-contact sport played by wizards and witches. Each match is played between two teams of seven players riding flying broomsticks. The seven players include: three chasers, two beaters, one keeper, and one seeker. There are four balls that are used during each match: the Quaffle, two Bludgers, and the Golden Snitch. There are six ring-shaped goals, three on each side of the Quidditch pitch, that stand tall above the ground.
During each match, the
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Nearly 17 years ago in the United Kingdom, a fictional sport known as Quidditch was born into a story that many did not know would captivate the world and eventually become more than people ever dreamt.
Quidditch, found in the Harry Potter series, is a competitive sport that is extremely rough, semi-contact sport played by wizards and witches. Each match is played between two teams of seven players riding flying broomsticks. The seven players include: three chasers, two beaters, one keeper, and one seeker. There are four balls that are used during each match: the Quaffle, two Bludgers, and the Golden Snitch. There are six ring-shaped goals, three on each side of the Quidditch pitch, that stand tall above the ground.
During each match, the Chasers try to keep possession of the Quaffle, a spherical ball about 12 inches in diameter, and try to score a goal, which is worth ten points, by throwing it through one of the opponents’ three hoops. They can pass it among themselves, but only one player is allowed in the scoring area at any time. The two Beaters have to protect the rest of the team from the Bludgers, round, jet black balls, made of iron, and 10 inches in diameter, by hitting them at the other team with a wooden bat (like a baseball bat), which they hold in one hand. The Keeper has to protect the team’s goal hoops by flying in front of them and stopping the opponents from throwing the Quaffle through them. The Seeker’s job is probably the most important one on the team,
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