|"Are you a wizard or not?"
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|Portrait of a Quidditch player|
Before the 1990s (possibly)
Chaser (most likely)
He seems to have been an adventurer in his youth: he claims to have taken enchanted benches on test flights "and lived to tell the tale", to have flown a Chinese Fireball from the South Pole to the North Pole ("my shoes didn't arrive until the next day"), to have scored the winning goal in the 1862 League Championship wearing nothing but a smile ("The other side jinxed off all our robes"), to have raced a dragon with a firework tied to its tail on an enchanted bench ("In fact, the last time I raced one, it caught fire"), and to have taken a party of ladies for a spin over the Himalayas on enchanted bench ("If I knew where they landed, I would've brought them back, too").
Behind the scenes
- In The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, this portrait, along with the portrait of a female etiquette teacher and the portrait of a professor, explains in magical terms how the ride portion of Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey will work.
- The Wizarding World of Harry Potter (Appears in portrait(s))
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