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{{Dialogue a-b-a|Grenouille|I cannot go with you to the market today, Crapaud.|Crapaud|But Grenouille, I cannot carry the cow alone.|You know, Crapaud, that I am to be [[Keeper]] this morning. Who will stop the [[Quaffle]] if I do not?|Extract from ''Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds''|Quidditch Through the Ages (real)}}
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{{Dialogue a-b-a|Grenouille|I cannot go with you to the market today, Crapaud.|Crapaud|But Grenouille, I cannot carry the [[Cow|cow]] alone.|You know, Crapaud, that I am to be [[Keeper]] this morning. Who will stop the [[Quaffle]] if I do not?|Extract from ''Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds''|Quidditch Through the Ages (real)}}
   
 
'''''Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds''''' ("Alas, I have Transfigured My Feet") is a play written by the [[France|French]] [[Wizards|wizard]], [[Malecrit]] in the early [[1400s]]. It featured the characters of [[Grenouille]] and [[Crapaud]], and featured an early reference to [[Quidditch]], showing how the game had spread to Europe.<ref>''[[Quidditch Through the Ages (real)|Quidditch Through the Ages]]'' - Chapter 8 (''The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide'')</ref> The play's main conflict occurs when Crapaud performs the titular foot-transfiguration, an act traditionally accompanied by a puff of yellow smoke from a [[special effects wizard]].<ref name=Wonderbook>''[[Wonderbook: Book of Spells]]'' - Chapter 2, Part 1</ref>
 
'''''Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds''''' ("Alas, I have Transfigured My Feet") is a play written by the [[France|French]] [[Wizards|wizard]], [[Malecrit]] in the early [[1400s]]. It featured the characters of [[Grenouille]] and [[Crapaud]], and featured an early reference to [[Quidditch]], showing how the game had spread to Europe.<ref>''[[Quidditch Through the Ages (real)|Quidditch Through the Ages]]'' - Chapter 8 (''The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide'')</ref> The play's main conflict occurs when Crapaud performs the titular foot-transfiguration, an act traditionally accompanied by a puff of yellow smoke from a [[special effects wizard]].<ref name=Wonderbook>''[[Wonderbook: Book of Spells]]'' - Chapter 2, Part 1</ref>
   
A particularly infamous performance of the play took place at some point in wizarding history. The performance started out bad enough that the audience threw [[pumpkin]]s at the subpar actors. The special effects wizard, in an attempt to liven up the play, replaced the puff of smoke he was supposed to perform with a [[Fire-Making Spell]]. Though this succeeded in attracting the audience's attention, it also caught the theatre ablaze. Though the actor playing Crapaud attempted to save the performance with a [[Flame-Freezing Charm]], the overall confusion made it so the fleeing audience could not hear him.<ref name=Wonderbook />
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A particularly infamous performance of the play took place at some point in wizarding history. The performance started out bad enough that the audience threw [[pumpkin]]s at the subpar actors. The special effects wizard, in an attempt to liven up the play, replaced the puff of smoke he was supposed to perform with a [[Fire-Making Spell]]. Though this succeeded in attracting the audience's attention, it also caught the theatre [[Fire|ablaze]]. Though the actor playing Crapaud attempted to save the performance with a [[Flame-Freezing Charm]], the overall confusion made it so the fleeing audience could not hear him.<ref name=Wonderbook />
   
 
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AlasI'veTransfiguredMyFeet
Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds
Publication information
Author

Malecrit

Released

Early 1400s

Grenouille: "I cannot go with you to the market today, Crapaud."
Crapaud: "But Grenouille, I cannot carry the cow alone."
Grenouille: "You know, Crapaud, that I am to be Keeper this morning. Who will stop the Quaffle if I do not?"
— Extract from Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds[src]

Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds ("Alas, I have Transfigured My Feet") is a play written by the French wizard, Malecrit in the early 1400s. It featured the characters of Grenouille and Crapaud, and featured an early reference to Quidditch, showing how the game had spread to Europe.[1] The play's main conflict occurs when Crapaud performs the titular foot-transfiguration, an act traditionally accompanied by a puff of yellow smoke from a special effects wizard.[2]

A particularly infamous performance of the play took place at some point in wizarding history. The performance started out bad enough that the audience threw pumpkins at the subpar actors. The special effects wizard, in an attempt to liven up the play, replaced the puff of smoke he was supposed to perform with a Fire-Making Spell. Though this succeeded in attracting the audience's attention, it also caught the theatre ablaze. Though the actor playing Crapaud attempted to save the performance with a Flame-Freezing Charm, the overall confusion made it so the fleeing audience could not hear him.[2]

EtymologyEdit

  • Hélas, Je me suis Transfiguré Les Pieds is a French phrase meaning "Alas, I have transfigured my feet".
  • The words Grenouille and Crapaud mean "Frog" and "Toad" respectively.

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Quidditch Through the Ages - Chapter 8 (The Spread of Quidditch Worldwide)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Wonderbook: Book of Spells - Chapter 2, Part 1

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