字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント top 10 quidditch players part two Hey guys! Welcome back to top 10 nerd. Today we’re returning to our top 10 harry potter quidditch players list with a part two. This time around, we’ll be focusing on Quidditch players from hogwarts during Harry’s time at the school. While this list may seem a little biased on the Gryfinndor side, that’s mainly because most of the information we do know about the Hogwarts Quidditch Cup and it’s teams in the books are from the perspective of Harry, a Gryffindor. But we tried to include someone with notable credentials from each house. Let’s get into it. 10 Draco Malfoy Starting off this list with everyone’s favourite blonde haired Slytherin - maybe - Draco joined the Slytherin Quidditch team in his second year, as a Seeker, replacing Terence Higgs. When Draco joined, his father Lucious Malfoy bought the entire team new broomsticks, to which Hermonie Granger commented “at least no one of the Gryffindor Team had to buy there way in.” Regardless of his financial benefits, Malfoy proved to be a good seeker for the team, despite playing dirty from time to time, and was a constant solid adversary for Gryfinndor seeker, Harry Potter. 9 Marcus Flint Known for being an aggressive player with quite the history of fouls. Marcus Flint, a chaser, became the captain of the Slytherin team during is sixth year at Hogwarts. He’s also had a history of punishing players on his team when they’ve done something he considered stupid. Ironic, considering he failed his last year at the school and had to do an eighth year, where, you guessed it, he remained captain of the team again. 8 Alicia Spinnet Giving us our first scarlet and gold player on this list, Alicia Spinnet was on the Gryffindor team from the 1990-1991 school year to the 1995-1996 school year. Although she was only made a reserve the first year that she was on the team, she would soon become one of their star Chasers, typically the Chaser who would take the penalty shots when the opposing team committed a foul. 7 Cho Chang Let’s take a look at one of Ravenclaw’s memorable Quidditch player! Cho Chang played for Ravenclaw between 1993 and 1997 as their Seeker. Flying on a Comet Two Sixty, Cho first played for the team during her third year at Hogwarts, and then had to unfortunate years after that in terms of Quidditch - 1994 was cancelled due to the Triwizard Tournament, and the 1995-1996 school year had Umbridge disbanding all student led clubs. While the house teams were eventually allowed to re-band, they would eventually go on that year to defeat Hufflepuff but lose to Gryffindor, losing the Quidditch Cup in the process. And in 1996-1997 lost again to Gryffindor. But hey, at least Cho was a solid challenge. 6 Weasley Twins Combining both George and Fred into this number! These two were beaters for the Gryfinndor team, joining in 1990, the year before the trio arrived at Hogwarts. And as we’ve seen many a time before, Fred and George function superbly as a pair. The two played until their final year, 1995-1996. The Weasleys come from a family of Quidditch players - a member of the family has held every one of the positions on the team, actually - and their brother Charlie, captain of the team and seeker, having won the cup back in the 1985-1986 school year. 5 Ron Weasley INCLUDE WEASLEY IS OUR KING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0n2Nn_lv4U Despite being quite nervous and insecure at first, Ron really proved himself on the Quidditch pitch as Keeper and came through in a big way for the Gryffindor team. So much so that he’s largely responsible for Gryffindors Quidditch Cup win in both the 1995-1996 school year, and again in the 1996-1997 school year. While some of the nastier members of Slytherin may have created Weasley is Our King as a mockery, it soon bit them in the ass when Ron gave Gryffindor a reason to transform it into a cheer instead. 4 Angelina Johnson Angelina took over as the Captain of the Gryfinndor Quidditch team after Oliver Wood, who we featured in our last list, graduated from the school, and the previous 1994 to 1995 year Quidditch was cancelled due to the Triwizard Tournament. Anyway, Angelina was the captain from 1995-1996, having been on the team since 1990 alongside the Weasley Twins. And she had it pretty tough this year, despite inevitably winning the Quidditch Cup. It was Ron’s first year as Keeper and he was crazy insecure, Fred and George had their brooms confiscated after Malfoy provoked them after Slyterhins defeat against Gryffindor, and Harry was all banned by Umbridge. But Johnson and the team still prevailed. 3 Cedric Diggory Cedric Diggory was immensely talented. That is without a doubt. While we lost him way too soon - and under horrible circumstances - his athleticism, bravery and perseverance were very apparent during the short time we got to experience his character. Aside from being a fierce champion in the Triwizard Tournament, Cedric was also an exceptional Quidditch player, playing as a Seeker, and was the captain of the team in 1993. During the Gryffindor Hufflepuff match that year, Dementors appeared on the pitch, and Cedric caught the snitch, but offered a rematch so that the teams could play under fair circumstances. Oliver Wood declined feeling that Hufflepuff won fair and square. 2 Harry Potter A bit of an obvious choice for this list, all things considered, so it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that Harry made our top 3. You all likely know his Quidditch history - McGonagall recruited him to play for the Gryffindor team in his first year, where he played as a seeker. And caught his very first snitch - in his mouth. He would go on to impress as a seeker for his remaining time at Hogwarts, and in his sixth year, he was promoted to captain. While he unfortunately missed the match that won the team the Quidditch Cup - and it was Ginny and Ron Weasley who were the stars of the game - he at least got to end his Quidditch career on a high note, since he did not return to Hogwarts for his 7th year. 1 Ginny Weasley She had to step up when Harry was kicked off the Quidditch team by Dolores Umbridge, becoming the Gryffindor seeker, and even catching the snitch in her very first match, despite the team losing the game. When Harry returned to the team the next year, she became a Chaser instead, and when Harry got stuck in detention after using the sectum-sempra curse on Malfoy, she resumed the role of Seeker, playing in the game that won Gryffindor the Quidditch Cup. And the reason why she gets the top spot? She went on to play for the Holyhead Harpies, the all female Quidditch team, and eventually left to raise her three children with Harry. But still kept involved in the Quidditch world, as the senior Quidditch correspondent for the Daily Prophet. There we go! Whose your favourite player from this list? And how about our part one list? Let us know in those comments below, and if you haven’t seen part one, you should probably head on over to our channel and check it out. As always, don’t forget to like and subscribe if you dug this video, but in the meantime, I’ve been Kelly Paoli and you’ve been watching top 10 nerd. Catch you all in the next one!