Some of the fouls known to have occurred during that game are attempted decapitation with a broadsword, turning a Chaser into a polecat, letting loose a hundred blood-sucking vampire bats, setting fire to an opponent's broom tail, attacking an opponents's broom with a club, and attacking an opponent with an axe. Those, along with blagging, blatching, blurting, bumphing, cobbing, flacking, haversacking, quaffle-pocking, snitchnip and stooging, only make up a small number of the 700 Quidditch fouls!Rules are of course "made to be broken". Seven hundred Quidditch fouls are listed in the Department of Magical Games and Sports records, and all of them are known to have occurred during the final of the first ever World Cup in 1493.The full list of these fouls, however, has never been made available to the wizarding public. It is the Department's view that witches and wizards who see the list "might get ideas."
Your task, should you accept it, is to come up with another foul than those listed above. What is the name of the foul (the correct Quidditch term), to whom does it apply and what is the description? Please include an illustration of this foul. Stick figures are perfectly acceptable. Yes, please do make sure your foul is HOL appropriate!
Post your Quidditch foul and picture in here (be sure the graphic is a maximum 600 x 600 size). Have this posted within a week and earn 5 Team Points for your Team. If you post after that date, you will earn 3 Team Points. Please keep in mind that all activities are due by August 20th.
Note: Again, should you rely on assistive technology or have other any needs that should be taken into account to complete this task, please send an HOL Forum PM to me, explaining which task it is, and I'll provide an alternative task for you.