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Clark Dill
Out of time but posting anyway
Fri Feb 3, 2017 15:32

Upon looking around, Clark smiled at what he found - Alistair was below the altitude of the Chasers which meant he had followed, at least for a little while, and the bludger was heading his way. Excellent. All his goals had been achieved then. Alistair had followed, and John had returned the bludger to him.

Clark continued to climb higher, keeping tabs on Sebastien as the most likely culprit to send a bludger back Clark's way, but mostly looking for the snitch. It was probably still too early for an appearance, but it had been known to happen before and, frankly, in this rain? Clark would not mind it being over sooner rather than later. Even some Crotali might thank him for getting them inside faster.

He was less certain what Snitches thought of the rain. They were encased in metal, so they probably didn't care one way or another. He supposed it would depend on the individual snitch, whether they enjoyed reading thoughts of discomfort and wet misery or if they liked cheers and jubilation. As alien creatures who fed off the thoughts of Quidditch audiences, it could really go either way.

And, yes, there was Sebastien, right on cue, smacking the bludger Clark's way again. He pushed for more speed and changed direction to fly directly toward John, making it easier for his protector to handle the metal beast following in his wake.

  • And this is, hopefully, being distractingSébastien Évreux, Beater, Fri Feb 3 15:15
    Sébastien was disappointed when Clark dived, missing his carefully aimed bludger. Having moving targets really didn’t making beating easier! Still, at least it meant Dill had needed to change... more
    • Out of time but posting anyway — Clark Dill, Fri Feb 3 15:32
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