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The '''International Ban on Duelling''' is a ban that, seen as it is international, probably was passed by the [[International Confederation of Wizards]] after [[1994]]. During the Winter of [[1994]], the British Ministry of Magic seems to accept the terms and attempt to convince other wizarding goverments to do the same, as they were trying to convince other countries to agree to this Ban. [[Percy Weasley]], working for the [[British Ministry of Magic|Ministry]], was trying to convince the [[Transylvania]]ns to sign it. <ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'' - Chapter 23 (''The Yule Ball'')</ref>
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The '''International Ban on Duelling''' is a ban that, seen as it is international, probably was passed by the [[International Confederation of Wizards]] after [[1994]]. During the Winter of [[1994]], the British Ministry of Magic seems to have accepted it and attempted to convince other wizarding goverments to do the same, as they were trying to convince other countries to agree to this Ban. [[Percy Weasley]], working for the [[British Ministry of Magic|Ministry]], was trying to convince the [[Transylvania]]ns to sign it. <ref>''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'' - Chapter 23 (''The Yule Ball'')</ref>
   
This ban most likely refers to the more lethal "duel to kill" variety of duel, as opposed to the sporting variety.
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This ban most likely refers to the more lethal "duel to the death" sort, as opposed to the sporting variety.
   
 
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==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 02:58, February 4, 2013

The International Ban on Duelling is a ban that, seen as it is international, probably was passed by the International Confederation of Wizards after 1994. During the Winter of 1994, the British Ministry of Magic seems to have accepted it and attempted to convince other wizarding goverments to do the same, as they were trying to convince other countries to agree to this Ban. Percy Weasley, working for the Ministry, was trying to convince the Transylvanians to sign it. [1]

This ban most likely refers to the more lethal "duel to the death" sort, as opposed to the sporting variety.

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  1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Chapter 23 (The Yule Ball)

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