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LDQ Harry Potter Quiz '19 - Finals

  1. 1. FINALS
  2. 2. C R E D I T S To Ashwyn & Shriya, for Their inputs; To Ashwin, for designing the Poster; To JKR, For creating this universe, And to You, for attending This Quiz!
  3. 3. Round 1: Written Long Connect • A set of questions will be shown to you. • All the answers follow a certain theme. • +10 for each correct answer. • +30 only in the end for guessing the theme of this round. • No pouncing for the long connect in the middle of this round. This is a WRITTEN round, so write all your answers, and then write your guess for the theme in the end. • No negatives.
  4. 4. 1. Special effects supervisor John Richardson took out the ______ and gutted the _______ to make it lighter, and then fitted it onto a rotating crane with a special joint called a gimbal head. This let the filmmakers rotate, pitch and roll the ___ backward and forward. They then fit the gimbal head onto the back of an American pickup truck with specially adapted suspension and outriggers to create all sorts of special effects while on the move. Put Funda. (You don’t have to fill in the blanks. Providing a basic funda with keywords will do)
  5. 5. 2. ____ X is an upcoming superhero film based on Marvel Comics characters. It is set in 1992, nearly a decade after the events of the 2016 film. In this movie, a solar flare hits the protagonists during a rescue mission in space causing Jean Grey to lose control of her abilities and unleash the X. Id X.
  6. 6. 3. X figured in several of the Legends of Charlemagne as a mount for some of the knights. X is the result of a strange and fascinating amalgamation, as the relationship between ________ and ______ is that of predator and prey, i.e, the two are supposed to be natural enemies. Therefore, the X is a symbol of impossibility and love. Id X.
  7. 7. 4. Errantry is a three-page poem by J. R. R. Tolkien, first published in 1933. Tolkien invented the meter, which consists of trisyllabic assonances, three in each set of four lines. Here is an excerpt from the poem. Fill in the blank. "He battled with the __________, the Hummerhorns, and Honeybees, and won the Golden Honeycomb, and running home on sunny seas, in ship of leaves and gossamer, with blossom for a canopy, he sat and sang, and furbished up, and burnished up his panoply.”
  8. 8. 5. Following is a clip from Wonder Woman. Watch closely and identify what the setting of the clip has been used as in the Harry Potter films.
  9. 9. 5. (Video)
  10. 10. 6. A daring and controversial solution to the thorny problem was finally suggested by Minister for Magic Ottaline Gambol who rose to the office in 1827. In 1830, the Ministry of Magic conducted a large- scale operation involving 167 Memory Charms as well as the biggest Concealment Charm ever performed in Britain, in order to acquire this entity. The morning after the operation, the residents of Hogsmeade awoke to find this entity and a new location that had not been there previously. Whereas, the Muggles in Crewe, had the feeling that they had misplaced something. There was initial resistance from pure-blood families against using this entity which they claimed was demeaning, insanitary and unsafe. What is this entity that we’re talking about?
  11. 11. 7. • X is a small object belonging to Harry Potter. The first time Harry receives the X, it serves as a warning of a challenge he is about to face. Once Harry overcomes the challenge (which, being Harry Potter, he always does), X becomes a souvenir of his experience and rests in his dormitory. In the movies, X makes a brief reappearance roasting chestnuts in Fred & George's shop. • Id X.
  12. 12. What’s the connect? Exchange sheets please. Answers coming up.
  13. 13. 1. Special effects supervisor John Richardson took out the ______ and gutted the _______ to make it lighter, and then fitted it onto a rotating crane with a special joint called a gimbal head. This let the filmmakers rotate, pitch and roll the ___ backward and forward. They then fit the gimbal head onto the back of an American pickup truck with specially adapted suspension and outriggers to create all sorts of special effects while on the move. Put Funda. (You don’t have to fill in the blanks. Providing a basic funda with keywords will do)
  14. 14. Answer • This is the work that it took behind the scenes of the second movie to create the flying Ford Anglia sequence.
  15. 15. 2. ____ X is an upcoming superhero film based on Marvel Comics characters. It is set in 1992, nearly a decade after the events of the 2016 film. In this movie, a solar flare hits the protagonists during a rescue mission in space causing Jean Grey to lose control of her abilities and unleash the X. Id X.
  16. 16. Answer • X – Phoenix
  17. 17. 3. X figured in several of the Legends of Charlemagne as a mount for some of the knights. X is the result of a strange and fascinating amalgamation, as the relationship between ________ and ______ is that of predator and prey, i.e, the two are supposed to be natural enemies. Therefore, the X is a symbol of impossibility and love. Id X.
  18. 18. Answer • X – Hippogriff • The 2 blanks are horses and griffins. (not required in your answer)
  19. 19. 4. Errantry is a three-page poem by J. R. R. Tolkien, first published in 1933. Tolkien invented the meter, which consists of trisyllabic assonances, three in each set of four lines. Here is an excerpt from the poem. Fill in the blank. "He battled with the __________, the Hummerhorns, and Honeybees, and won the Golden Honeycomb, and running home on sunny seas, in ship of leaves and gossamer, with blossom for a canopy, he sat and sang, and furbished up, and burnished up his panoply.”
  20. 20. Answer • Dumbledore
  21. 21. 5. Following is a clip from Wonder Woman. Watch closely and identify what the setting of the clip has been used as in the Harry Potter films.
  22. 22. Answer • The location was used as Gringotts Wizarding Bank for the films.
  23. 23. 6. A daring and controversial solution to the thorny problem was finally suggested by Minister for Magic Ottaline Gambol who rose to the office in 1827. In 1830, the Ministry of Magic conducted a large- scale operation involving 167 Memory Charms as well as the biggest Concealment Charm ever performed in Britain, in order to acquire this entity. The morning after the operation, the residents of Hogsmeade awoke to find this entity and a new location that had not been there previously. Whereas, the Muggles in Crewe, had the feeling that they had misplaced something. There was initial resistance from pure-blood families against using this entity which they claimed was demeaning, insanitary and unsafe. What is this entity that we’re talking about?
  24. 24. Answer • The Hogwarts Express
  25. 25. 7. • X is a small object belonging to Harry Potter. The first time Harry receives the X, it serves as a warning of a challenge he is about to face. Once Harry overcomes the challenge (which, being Harry Potter, he always does), X becomes a souvenir of his experience and rests in his dormitory. In the movies, X makes a brief reappearance roasting chestnuts in Fred & George's shop. • Id X.
  26. 26. Answer • X is the miniature version of the Hungarian Horntail that Harry picked before the first task of the Triwizard Tournament.
  27. 27. Funda??
  28. 28. Answer • They all were the principle elements featured as the cover art for the original Bloomsbury Harry Potter Series.
  29. 29. Round 2: Dries • 10 questions • Traditional pounce-and-bounce rules apply. • +10/-5 • No referring to Muggle balderdash such as Google.
  30. 30. 1. • X hunting had been popular among witches and wizards since the early 1100s. The YX was commonly found in Northern Europe. This species was almost undetectable by Muggles due to their hiding skills and agility. These qualities added to the prestige of witches and wizards who managed to catch them, hence making YX hunting a popular sport. This caused the number of wild YXs to decrease exponentially. A certain Madam Rabnott and a Sir Bowman Wright took action to save these species by stopping such activities and providing a suitable alternative. The YX is a protected species in the wizarding world, as of today. What is YX, and what was the alternative?
  31. 31. Answer • YX-Golden Snidget • Alternative: Golden Snitch
  32. 32. 2. • Though mentioned only once in the book series, this shop X could be considered more upper class than the shop Y. Draco Malfoy threw a tantrum in Y and decided to go to X instead. Located in Diagon Alley, a part of X’s name is a play on ‘it will fit’. ID X and Y
  33. 33. Answer • X-Twilfitt and Tattings, Y-Madame Malkin’s Robes for All Occasions
  34. 34. 3. Connect
  35. 35. Answer • Christmas gifts that Harry received through the years.
  36. 36. 4. • The word X entered the English Language in the 17th century, and is derived from the Middle French word for ‘rascal’. It refers to someone who roams around in quest of plunder. You might hear news reports about a/an X breaking into cars and stealing them. Xs don’t target a specific victim or elaborately plan a crime, they are constantly on the move looking for things to rob. • X is also the name of an American metalcore band, active since 1990. • What is X?
  37. 37. Answer • X - Marauder
  38. 38. 5. • There has been some talk on scifi.stackexchange.com that J. K. Rowling came up with the _________ _______ by taking inspiration from those of several famous English public schools; notably Eton College, Harrow School and Hill House School. • More specifically, the tailcoats are inspired by Eton, the flat boater hats are inspired by Harrow, and the awful colour-scheme and knickerbocker trousers were inspired by Hill House. • FITB
  39. 39. Answer • Smeltings Uniform!
  40. 40. 6. • According to some fan theories, X is actually Eileen Prince (Snape’s mother) in hiding, though this hasn’t been confirmed yet. The most common support to this theory is the anagram of X’s full name. Other elements that support it are X’s facial features which include a hooked nose and dark hair, just like Severus Snape. X is also known to be strict and rude. Identify X.
  41. 41. Answer • Irma Pince, the Hogwarts Librarian
  42. 42. 7. “[…] after a few more seconds he realized that what he was watching was the creation of pamphlets, that the paper squares were pages, which when assembled, folded and magicked into place, fell into neat stacks beside each witch or wizard. Harry crept closer, although the workers were so intent on what they were doing that he doubted they would notice a carpet-muffled footstep, and he slid a completed pamphlet from the pile beside a young witch. He examined it beneath the Invisibility Cloak. Its pink cover was emblazoned with a golden title: _____ Beneath the title was a picture of a red rose, with a simpering face in the middle of its petals, being strangled by a green weed with fangs and a scowl. There was no author’s name upon the pamphlet, but again, the scars on the back of his right hand seemed to tingle as he examined it.” This is an extract from the books describing the discovery of a certain pamphlet created by the Ministry. Name the pamphlet and its author.
  43. 43. Answer • Name- MUDBLOODS and the Dangers They Pose to a Peaceful Pure-Blood Society • Author- Dolores Umbridge.
  44. 44. 8. • Throughout the Harry Potter series, we have witnessed the Hogwarts students play various enchanted games to amuse themselves, one of them being X. In an extremely funny turn of events, the German translated version of the series, made a rather unfortunate mistake in the translation of X. This mistake wasn’t corrected for a long time and so, an entire generation of German- speaking Potterheads was led to believe that the Hogwarts students played the game X as a cruel mockery towards Y, an important character in the series. What was the mistake? (or) Identify X and Y.
  45. 45. Answer • X-Exploding snap. • Y-Snape. It was translated to ‘Snape explodiert’ which literally means exploding Snape!
  46. 46. 9. • Many parallels have been drawn between X (from the Harry Potter universe) and Y (from another universe). Like X, Y had a student who would later go on to fight against him. Both X and Y were killed by these students, and allowed it to happen. • Furthermore, both X and Y would go on to advise _____ and Z respectively from beyond the grave, helping them beat the two former students who killed them. • Identify X, Y and Z.
  47. 47. Answer • X-Dumbledore, Y- Obi-Wan Kenobi, Z-Luke Skywalker
  48. 48. 10. • Id the author.
  49. 49. Answer • Gilderoy Lockhart
  50. 50. Scores??
  51. 51. Round 3: Umm, actually… • This one’s for all those fanatics who’ve spent their childhoods inhaling the Harry Potter books! • Think you know the books quote-for-quote? We’ve got the perfect challenge for you! • An extract from any of the 7 books will be displayed. It will have minimum 1, maximum 3 errors in it. You’ll have to correct the extract. • CATCH: You have to answer by starting with, “Umm, actually it’s..” • +10 for correct answer. Giving the correct answer but failing to start with “Umm, actually..” will get you only +7. • This isn’t pounce-bounce round. Each team will get one extract. If a team answers wrong, the question passes on till the right answer comes out.
  52. 52. Example “Is it true that you shouted at Professor Umbridge?” “Yes,” said Harry. “You called her a liar?” “Yes.” “You told her He Who Must Not Be Named is back?” “Yes.” Professor McGonagall sat down behind her desk, watching Harry closely. Then she said, “Have some tea, Harry.”
  53. 53. Umm, actually… It’s “Have a biscuit, Potter.”
  54. 54. • Extract 1 • Extract 2 • Extract 3 • Extract 4 • Extract 5 • Extract 6 • Extract 7 • Extract 8
  55. 55. Hermione, however, stood alone by the door, waiting for them. There was a very embarrassed pause. Then, none of them looking at each other, they all said "Thanks," and hurried off to get plates. But from that moment on, Hermione Granger became their friend. There are some things you can't share without ending up liking each other, and battling a three-headed monstrous canine is one of them. EXTRACT 1
  56. 56. Um actually, It’s knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll. BACK
  57. 57. “I will if she does,” said Harry through gritted teeth. “And thirdly,” said Uncle Vernon, his mean little eyes now slits in his great purple face, “we’ve told Marge you attend St. Eustace’s Juvenile Center for Incorrigibly Violent Boys.” “What?” Harry yelled. “And you’ll be sticking to that story, boy, or there’ll be trouble,” spat Uncle Vernon. EXTRACT 2
  58. 58. Um actually, It’s St Brutus’s Secure Center for Incurably Criminal Boys BACK
  59. 59. Ron had taken over responsibility for Buckbeak’s appeal. When he wasn’t doing his own work, he was poring over enormously thick volumes with names like The Handbook of Hippogriff Psychology and Ave or Grave? A Study of Hippogriff Cruelty. He was so absorbed, he even forgot to be horrible to Crookshanks. EXTRACT 3
  60. 60. Um actually, It’s Fowl or Foul? A Study of Hippogriff Brutality. BACK
  61. 61. “I can teach you how to bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses. I can tell you how to bottle bravery, concoct brilliance, and even put a stopper in death. Then again, maybe some of you have come to Hogwarts in possession of abilities so formidable that you feel confident enough to not pay attention!" EXTRACT 4
  62. 62. Um actually, It’s “I can tell you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death.” BACK
  63. 63. His eyes are as green as the bushes by the road. His hair is as dark as a blackboard. I wish he was mine, he's really divine, The hero who conquered the Dark Lord. EXTRACT 5
  64. 64. Um actually, It’s “His eyes are as green as a fresh pickled toad.” BACK
  65. 65. “He seems like a very good teacher,” said Hermione approvingly. “But I wish I could have had a turn with the boggart —” “What would it have been for you?” said Ron, sniggering. “An expulsion letter from McGonagall?” EXTRACT 6
  66. 66. Um actually, It’s “A piece of homework that only got nine out of ten?” BACK
  67. 67. "One can never have enough hats," said Dumbledore. "Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn't get a single one. People will insist on giving me teacups." EXTRACT 7
  68. 68. Um actually, It’s "One can never have enough socks," said Dumbledore. "Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn't get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books." BACK
  69. 69. "Yeah, well, Percy wouldn't want to work for anyone with a sense of humor, would he?" said Ron, now starting on a chocolate eclair. "Percy wouldn't recognize a joke if it danced naked in front of him wearing my dress robes." EXTRACT 8
  70. 70. Um actually, It’s “Dobby’s tea cosy.” BACK
  71. 71. Round 4: Dries 2 • Deciding round of the quiz! • 10 questions • Traditional pounce-and-bounce rules apply. • +10/-5 • No referring to Muggle balderdash such as Google.
  72. 72. 1. During an interview with JK Rowling for Entertainment Weekly, the interviewer said, “______ _______ ____ reminded me of the Hector Patroclus Achilles triangle of the Iliad.” To this she replied,“That’s where it came from. That really, really, really moved me when I was 19. The idea of the desecration of a body, a very ancient idea…..that’s what I was thinking of when _____ _____ _______ ____.” FITB to connect this to a similar scene in the Harry Potter Universe.
  73. 73. 1.
  74. 74. Answer • Harry saving Cedric’s body in Book 4.
  75. 75. 2. Both being people with flamboyant personalities, it is often speculated that X and Y are the same person. Certain entities found in X’s world can be easily compared to those in Y’s world. Also, both entities are seen as working class, and engage in labour most of the time. The objects seen in the 1971 movie adaptation that features Y, might be a spooky allusion to how X probably felt after the death of a certain somebody. Also, Y suffers from a disability that X would eventually fall victim to. One of the most iconic parts of Y’s apparel also happens to feature on the front door of X’s shop. As an added hint, while neither X nor Y are the protagonists of their respective stories, note that both the stories’ protagonists overcame hard times and fought against the odds.
  76. 76. Answer • X- George Weasley • Y- Willy Wonka
  77. 77. 3. JK Rowling has stated many times that her favorite Shakespeare play is Macbeth, and that it has inspired many elements in the Harry Potter series. One influence is the parallel drawn between Trelawney’s prophecy and the one made by the Three Witches to Macbeth about his fate. Another influence is a song featured in the third movie’s soundtrack which has the line, ‘Double double, toil and trouble’, a line taken directly from the Witches’ spells. There is one more, rather fun influence in the series. The Three Witches were collectively known by a name, which was the direct inspiration for the name of an entity which finds various mentions throughout the HP series. It makes its first appearance in Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire. What is this entity that we are talking about?
  78. 78. Answer • The Weird Sisters, the wizarding band that performed at the Yule Ball.
  79. 79. 4. This is a clip from the movie “Wild Child.” You’ve seen one of the actors in this clip in Harry Potter as well. Who does this actor play?
  80. 80. Answer • The matron played by Shirley Henderson also plays Moaning Myrtle in the HP series.
  81. 81. 5. Consumption of this pill makes the person purple in the face and straining hard during certain times of the day, giving the same facial expression as if they’re trying to practice non-verbal spells for the first time. The pills can be mashed up and added in food or beverages. When given to a sufficient number of unknowing takers, it makes them forget about bigger problems and mesmerizes them by this new sensation. What are we talking about?
  82. 82. Answer • U-No-Poo
  83. 83. 6. These pictures are connected in a certain way. Give us the connect.
  84. 84. Answer • They’re all passwords to the Gryffindor common room.
  85. 85. 7. • Blagging • Bumphing • Cobbing • Haversacking • Stooging PUT FUNDA
  86. 86. Answer • These are all Quidditch fouls.
  87. 87. 8. “I didn’t shoot it like a scene where you say action and cut. I kind of let the camera roll for four or five minutes and I let X and Y improvise…build an intensity together. X was able to just let go a little bit and forget for a moment that she was acting. The screams were quite horrible to listen It was a very odd energy in the room. In that moment and in that day and in that room, she kind of crossed the line as an actress.”-David Yates. Put Funda/Give X and Y.
  88. 88. Answer X- Emma Watson Y- Helena Bonham Carter This is the scene where Bellatrix tortures Hermione.
  89. 89. 9. “Three dementor attacks in a week and all Romilda Vane does is ask me if it’s true that you’ve got a X tattooed across your chest.” Ron and Hermione roared with laughter while Harry ignored them. “What did you tell her?” “I told her it’s a Hungarian Horntail,” said Ginny, turning a page of the newspaper idly. “Much more macho.” “Thanks,” said Harry, grinning. “And what did you tell her Ron’s got?” “A Y, but I didn’t say where.” Ron scowled as Hermione rolled around laughing.
  90. 90. Answer X-Hippogriff Y-Pygmy Puff
  91. 91. 10. X is a condition characterized by throbbing temples caused due to spending too many continuous hours poring over J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. The pain usually resolves 1-2 days after the patient finishes the book. This term was coined by Dr. Howard J Bennett in a letter to the editor of The New England Journal of Medicine on October 30th 2003. In his letter he says “The take-home message for kids is to keep reading. Read at a desk with good lighting and take breaks.” What is X?
  92. 92. Answer X-Hogwarts Headache
  93. 93. BYE FELICIA!

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