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Rupert Bingham vs. Kristoffer Lestrange
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February 9th, 1889 — Hogwarts Great Hall

“Mr. Bingham,” Nik directed after swiftly reviewing the rules, “if you would be so kind?”

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#2
Rupert was amused to find that he was facing off against a friend in his first round. Less amusing was that he knew that Kristoffer would gladly severe his limb if it meant winning. Well, whatever. He would see how things went. For now, he started them off with the conjunctivitis curse.

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A shame that of all the people in the school, he had been put against one he didn't necessarily want to beat to a pulp. Of course, Bingham knew better than to rob him of that pleasure in the next duel. With a friendly smirk before they began, Kris countered with a speedy stunner, not much one to throw away his opportunities with a shield.
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#4
The impact of the spell sent Lestrange's efforts off-course. Nik awarded the first point to Bingham before clearing up Lestrange's woes and bidding the Slytherin to begin the next pass.

BINGHAM 13.5 | LESTRANGE 11.5
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Abruptly, Kris was no longer smirking. As soon as he was able, he shot a Bat-Bogey hex Bingham's way.
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#6
Pleased with himself, Rupert tried to save himself from Lestrange's spell with a disarming spell.

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#7
This time, it was Lestrange who was successful. Nikolai vanished the bats that had emerged from the Ravenclaw's nostril before directing Bingham to begin the tie-breaking round.

LESTRANGE 13.5 | BINGHAM 10.5
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#8
"Incendio," Rupert cast as he was bit to begin the tie-breaking round.

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#9
Oh, so Bingham was happy to set him on fire, was he? Grimly, Kristoffer sent a freezing charm the Ravenclaw's way, hoping to freeze both the flames and his friend in their tracks. If he didn't win -
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#10
"It appears Mr. Lestrange is our winner," the professor declared. The Slytherin's icy attempts had frozen the flames—and, indeed, Bingham—in their tracks. "Five points to Slytherin."

BINGHAM 9.5 | LESTRANGE 12.5



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