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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #60 on: January 03, 2005, 08:08:09 PM »

Okay, things are reset. Just, you know, FYI. :)
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #61 on: January 03, 2005, 11:09:08 PM »

Thanks Ping!

Oh, and Cho, I remember typing the answer and where it was, but then... for some reason I can't remember, I guess I deleted it. Umm, the answer was 60 degrees north, 2 degrees east, and I used the lexicon. I found a map which gave the specific degrees latitude, but was vague on the longitude, so it was mildly difficult (I thought) but everyone got it anyways.

So: I thought I must be going too easy on these guys, so I turned it up a notch for this question.  ;D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #62 on: January 04, 2005, 08:20:27 AM »

Trust me, it was difficult! The latitude was okay, but the longitude meant I had to look at lots of different places to find the right answer. :)
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #63 on: January 04, 2005, 09:47:16 AM »

Yeah, same. Well, not really ... I Googled for an atlas. ;)

And yes, the current question is tough. Meep.
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #64 on: January 04, 2005, 07:09:49 PM »

Er, since there are only two champions left and they have both received the question, would it be possible for you to post the question here, Shelly?  Or is that just way against the rules?

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« Reply #65 on: January 04, 2005, 09:11:57 PM »

Yes, I think that would be fine... I can't see the harm.

Give a possible explanation, in short essay form, for the so-called “Missing 24 hours” that occurred in The Sorcerer’s Stone. Points will be earned for plausibility and relevance. Points will be lost for technical writing errors and lack of research.
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #66 on: January 04, 2005, 09:33:49 PM »

*runs away and hides behind the sofa*

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I haven't written an essay in years! Man, it was tough! :D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #67 on: January 04, 2005, 09:44:41 PM »

*sheepish grin*

Well, we can't be going too easy on you, can we? I mean, we've got such geniuses around here that it's terribly hard to challenge you with only trivia anymore. I'm afraid it's not going to get any easier.

Speaking of which, it was just like, the day before yesterday that I remembered/discovered that there are five rounds to the tournament, instead of three. I totally had it planned so that this was the final and hardest round, so I've had to outdo myself and find harder questions for the fourth and fifth rounds. I haven't found the fifth yet, but if it's harder then the fourth, it might just end up knocking you guys flat.   >:D

I'm almost glad I'm not participating.   ;D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #68 on: January 04, 2005, 10:22:02 PM »

AAAAUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!

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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #69 on: January 05, 2005, 01:19:15 PM »

 :o  Wow.  Like, that's hard.

Glad I'm not involved.... :P

Course, at this point, either Gryffindor or Gryffindor will get the points whoever wins, so I can cheer both Xan and Ping on without reserve or bias.  So,

Go Gryffies!
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #70 on: January 05, 2005, 02:53:51 PM »

Eh? Xan's not a gryffie!
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #71 on: January 05, 2005, 05:37:09 PM »

:o!  Ooops.  Sorry.  I got Xan confused with Jan lo.  Heh. :-\  Never mind.

... er,

//emits waves of bias//

Go Ping!
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #72 on: January 08, 2005, 02:50:24 PM »

Results of the third round of the Triwizard Tournament:

Well, pretty clear-cut here. Ping delivered a wonderful essay on the missing 24 hours in The Sorcerer's Stone, earning 29 points in the standings. Xan, though she requested a test, did not complete it within the time limit, and therefore earns zero points. The standings thus far are as follows:

1st: Ping with 59 points
2nd: Xan with 30 points
3rd: Kelpie with 10 points

I apologize in advance if this causes any controversy, but I'm going to allow Xan to participate in the next round. Speaking of the next round, champions may begin requesting tests starting Thursday, January 13.


Hint for the next question: I may have been exaggerating a little when I said it was harder. The thing is, it's more stuff to write, but less to think about; as in, more of a lengthy trivia question than an objective essay. Study up on useless HP facts and you'll be fine.  ;D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #73 on: January 08, 2005, 02:57:22 PM »

So, Shelly, are you going to post Ping's essay?  If nothing else, I'm determined to read something that Ping has written and published!  ;)
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #74 on: January 08, 2005, 03:01:46 PM »

Hmm, well I thought about it, but I wanted to wait for her permission. Is that all right, Ping? It was really good. ^_^
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #75 on: January 09, 2005, 12:14:30 AM »

*blush* Uh, sure, go for it. :)
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #76 on: January 09, 2005, 12:23:55 AM »

The "Missing 24 hours" refers to the time between the attack on the Potters at around midnight of October 31st and the arrival of baby Harry at Privet Drive on the night of the 1st of November. Harry’s location during this time is a subject of debate, as are the actions of some of the other characters.

We know, based on his own report, that Hagrid took Harry from the ruins before the muggles descended. Rumors of the events spread quickly among the wizarding world, as evidenced by the strange things Mr. Dursley noticed on the 1st, and it is logical to assume that the destruction of an entire house would be quickly noticed and investigated even by the most complacent muggle police force. Hagrid therefore likely left the house and the grieving Sirius Black before dawn. Based on the discussion in at the Three Broomsticks in POA and Black’s own account, Black went from the ruins of the house to find and confront Peter Pettigrew.

It is unknown where Hagrid went from the house. Considering that Voldemort’s fate was unknown and that many of his supporters would have been just as happy to do in the little baby, it is likely that he had to be careful, hiding during much of the day, taking to the skies on Black’s motorbike only once the sun had set and he would be safe from magical and muggle eyes. Add to that the fact that Hagrid’s use of magic was severely limited because of his expulsion, and it makes sense that it took him a day to make it to Privet Drive.

The most curious questions revolve around Professor McGonagall. She tells Dumbledore that Hagrid told her that the Headmaster would be heading for Privet Drive. Since she was at Privet Drive when Mr. Dursely left for work, she must have known this fact not long after Hagrid retrieved the injured Harry. She appears unaware of Dumbledore’s plan to leave Harry with his relatives. This was likely another effect of the caution needed to ensure Harry’s safety on the journey. The safety of the Potters was so vital that a complex charm had been employed, and yet it, too, had failed. While Hagrid’s outgoing nature might have normally brought on a more thorough description, Professor McGonagall’s intelligence and common sense would likely have kept him quiet about more details than she needed to know, particularly if they were communicating, not in person, but via a magical means. Looked at in this light, she likely did not ask Hagrid for confirmation of the death of James and Lily, particularly since she reveals in the first book that she does not find Hagrid to be entirely trustworthy. She trusts Dumbledore entirely, as we have seen, and simply waited for him in order to confirm the rumors.

In summary, while many fans suspect dark machinations on the part of JK Rowling regarding the events between the death of his parents and Harry’s arrival at Privet Drive, these theories neglect the establish fact of the paranoia of the time and the care that would have been exercised by those close to the Potters in order to ensure Harry’s safety.


Awesome as always, Pingly.  ;D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #77 on: January 09, 2005, 10:02:08 PM »

*Stares* Thats long! But good!
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #78 on: January 18, 2005, 10:37:02 PM »

Ack, I forgot to post a deadline, didn't I? Well, technically, it should have been today, but I'll give until Friday, January 21st for the sole reason that it happens to work better for me.

I have to apologize, once again, for this whole thing. I'm not doing a very consistent job with this, am I?  :-\ Sorry...
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #79 on: January 25, 2005, 03:03:35 AM »

Um... Only one champion participated in this round. For her extensively thorough answer to the following question:

List, in order, the 10 levels in the Ministry of Magic.
Give the name of the department that is situated on each level,
Give a description of eight out of the ten departments (In other words, you may choose two to omit, but please mark clearly with OMIT), which may or may not include the sub-offices,
and give, by full name or detailed description, one person who works or has worked in eight out of the ten levels. (As before, this means you may omit two, but mark with OMIT)


Ping earned 45 points. Xan, who did not participate in this round earns zero, and forfeits the tournament. This makes our new Triwizard Champion

PING!!!
The only thing is, that there was supposed to be one more round to the tournament. Ping, would you prefer to go to another round, or just accept the championship?

Also, I need to figure out how to award actual house cup points, don't I? *sheepish grin*
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #80 on: January 25, 2005, 07:41:11 AM »

I'd hate to make you go to all the work of another round, so I'll just accept now.  :angel:

Also, to award points, there's a link just below the Prefects Bathroom.  :police:

Woot! *does the happy dance* Cauldron cakes for all!
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« Reply #81 on: January 25, 2005, 08:51:32 AM »

Oops, should have worded that differently. I know how to award points, but I need to figure out how many everyone gets. Is it just one house cup point for every triwizard point?That's what it seems to have been last time, but I can't tell. :(
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #82 on: January 25, 2005, 10:02:55 AM »

Aaah. I beleive it's one point for every triwizard point, then an extra 20 for the winner and 10 for the runner up. Yes? No? Maybe so?
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« Reply #83 on: January 25, 2005, 10:07:18 AM »

Yaaaaaaaay Ping!!

Woohoooo!  Go Gryffindor....

;D

BTW, can one of you post the actual answer here, so those of us non-champions can know what we don't, well, know?
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #84 on: January 25, 2005, 03:33:30 PM »

Okay, the point totals work out as follows:
Each round was worth the number of the round times ten. In other words, round one was worth 10, round two worth 20, etc. Ping received extra points on round four for only using one omit out of a possible four. Ping's total for the tournament was 104 points. And extra 20 points brings the new total to 124 points to Gryffindor.

Xan earned 30 tournament points, plus 10 points for placing as runner-up, earning 40 points for Slytherin.

Congratulations to all champions! Job well done!  ;D
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #85 on: January 26, 2005, 09:49:13 AM »

BTW, here's my answers. *wanders off, shaking her booty*

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Level 1: Unknown

It is believed that this is the location of the office of the Minister of Magic and the other high-placed people in the Ministry. The Minister of Magic's job is to run the Ministry.

Cornelius Fudge is currently the Minister, though there is speculation that he will be replaced, considering his inept handling of the return of Lord Voldemort.

Level 2: Department of Magical Law Enforcement

This department is responsible for the enforcement of the laws of the magical world, from the gross offenses pursued by the Aurors to the smaller offenses pursued by the . It includes the Improper Use of Magic office and the headquarters of the Aurors, as well as the Department of the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts.

Mr. Arthur Weasley works on this level.

Level 3: Department of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes

This department cleans up after nasty magical accidents, including the use of magic in front of Muggles.

Arnold Peasegood is an Obliviator.

Level 4: Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures

This department controls not only non-sapient magical creatures (such as dragons fire-breathing chickens, but also the Goblin Liaison Office.

Amos Diggory, father of Cedric, is head of this department.

Level 5: Department of International Magical Cooperation

The department that works with other nations that have magical populations.

Bartemius Crouch Sr was head of this department before his death.

Level 6: Department of Magical Transport

This department works to monitor and keep secret all forms of magical transportation, including portkeys, the Floo Network, Apparation, and magical brooms.

Basil helped monitor the portkeys at the Quidditch World Cup. He was distinctively dressed in a kilt and a poncho.

Level 7: Department of Magical Games and Sports

This department is in charge of quidditch and gobstones, among other things.

Ludo Bagman was head of this department, though he ran away after the last task of the Tri-wizard tournament because he was heavily in debt.

Level 8: The Atrium

The reception area of the Ministry. It includes the Fountain of Magical Brethren and the security desk.

Eric, the man at the desk when Harry went to the ministry for his trial, was badly shaven and wearing a peacock blue robe.

Level 9: Department of Mysteries

Little is known about this department, though when Harry and his friends searched it, it contained physical representations of many concepts, including death. It also contained a room of prophecies.

Broderick Bode worked in this department before died.

Level 10: Courtrooms

This level contains the courtrooms that try the cases of those who commit offenses against the laws of the magical world. The Wizengamot is like a large jury.

OMIT person who works there
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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #86 on: January 26, 2005, 11:36:55 AM »

:o.  Wow.  That's pretty impressive.  Way to go.

//watches as Ping and her booty walk off//

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Re: Second Tri-Wizard Tournament
« Reply #87 on: January 31, 2005, 02:50:48 AM »

I'm an arse. >_<

I'm really sorry I said I'd play but ended up not answering ... I don't usually do that, and I feel really bad about it. Though Ping would have won anyway, but ... yeah.

So ... congrats!
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« Reply #88 on: January 31, 2005, 08:32:29 AM »

Congrats Ping!
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« Reply #89 on: February 24, 2005, 10:10:39 PM »

New tourney March 1 - - - - - - 50 points to Shelly for running the last tourney and doing a FANTASTIC JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  All thoughs who want to compete = post in the 3rd tourney competition you want to compete - lots of points, lots of glory (byock byock all you chickens who don't compete . . . . )
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