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This '''boy''' attended [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] in the early part of the [[20th century]] while [[Armando Dippet]] was headmaster.
 
This '''boy''' attended [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] in the early part of the [[20th century]] while [[Armando Dippet]] was headmaster.
He was cast as [[Sir Luckless]] in the [[Christmas]] production of "[[The Fountain of Fair Fortune]]" that [[Herbert Beery]], the [[Herbology]] [[Professor]], arranged. An hour before the play started, he dumped the [[Girl who played Amata|girl]] playing [[Amata]] in favour of the one playing [[Asha]], causing the two jealous young witches to [[duel]] each other on the stage, setting fire to the [[Great Hall]] in the process.
 
   
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He was cast as [[Sir Luckless]] in the [[Christmas]] production of "[[The Fountain of Fair Fortune]]" that [[Herbert Beery]], the [[Herbology]] [[Professor]], arranged. An hour before the play started, he dumped the [[Girl who played Amata|girl]] playing [[Amata]] in favour of the one playing [[Asha]], causing the two jealous young witches to [[duel]] each other on the stage, setting fire to the [[Great Hall]] in the process.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 02:27, February 1, 2011

Boy who played Sir Luckless
Physical information
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Human

Gender

Male

Affiliation
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Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

"Little did he know that the students playing Amata and Sir Luckless had been boyfriend and girlfriend until one hour before the curtain rose, at which point 'Sir Luckless' transferred his affections to 'Asha'."
Albus Dumbledore[src]

This boy attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the early part of the 20th century while Armando Dippet was headmaster.

He was cast as Sir Luckless in the Christmas production of "The Fountain of Fair Fortune" that Herbert Beery, the Herbology Professor, arranged. An hour before the play started, he dumped the girl playing Amata in favour of the one playing Asha, causing the two jealous young witches to duel each other on the stage, setting fire to the Great Hall in the process.

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