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Tybalt Kirke vs. Handsome Whitledge
Barnabas had always had a strong general dislike for quidditch and those who played it. There were much more important things to spend one times doing, rather than flying around on a broomstick and chasing balls. That was for children. Yet here he was, with two men (albeit younger than he) who did such things and were paid for it. Drearily, he reviewed the rules and then announced, "Mr. Kirke, the floor is yours."

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Having made it to the second round, Tybalt relaxed still further. He remembered Mr. Skeeter from the Irvingly expedition - or at least, the start of it - and Whitledge was obviously no stranger to this quidditch pitch, either. It was always a little different, duelling someone you knew instead of a stranger - and quidditch players did have the advantage of quick reflexes.

Since he was starting, Tybalt opted for a Tongue-Tying curse, hoping that would trip Handsome up with his counter.
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His second match was shaping up to be more exciting than his first. Handsome was all too enthusiastic to face Kirke, not because he wanted to win the tournament, but solely because he wanted to prove he was the dominant dueler. (Although he quickly realized that, despite knowing Kirke's strengths on the quidditch pitch, he had no idea what sort of student he'd been. Probably not top of his class.)

"Silencio," he cast in defense, hoping to silence his team-mate.

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