The Noble Collection Harry Potter Firebolt Broom - Approx 42in (106cm) Flying Broomstick Replica - Officially Licensed Harry Potter Film Set Movie Toy - Gifts for Family, Friends & Harry Potter Fan

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The Noble Collection Harry Potter Firebolt Broom - Approx 42in (106cm) Flying Broomstick Replica - Officially Licensed Harry Potter Film Set Movie Toy - Gifts for Family, Friends & Harry Potter Fan

The Noble Collection Harry Potter Firebolt Broom - Approx 42in (106cm) Flying Broomstick Replica - Officially Licensed Harry Potter Film Set Movie Toy - Gifts for Family, Friends & Harry Potter Fan

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While the Harry Potter Nimbus 2000 is an incredible broomstick, the Firebolt is the better broomstick. Perfect for Harry Potter costumes, be the only one privileged enough to have a Firebolt Broomstick to stay ahead of the game! It was a gift from Professor McGonagall (Maggie Smith) after Harry joined the Gryffindor Quidditch team as the new Seeker. Harry Potter is given a few different ones and they help him on his journey to understand himself and magic better.

Unfortunately, in Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry fell off the Nimbus 2000 when the dementors who usually guard Azkaban appeared during a Quidditch game.Over time, the Firebolt broomstick was used by the Bulgarian and Irish International Quidditch Teams. A skillful and innovative broom designer, Randolph was the first to use goblin-made ironwork (including footrests, stand and twig bands), the secrets of which are not fully understood, but which seem to give the Firebolt additional stability and power in adverse weather conditions and a special non-slip foot grip that is of particular advantage to Quidditch players.

It was then said to have been taken to one of the Dungeons where it was guarded by a Security troll at all times.Harry made good use of the broom throughout the rest of his time at Hogwarts, riding it during every Quidditch match he played. The Firebolt was capable of going from nought to one hundred and fifty miles per hour in ten seconds. While some of these Harry Potter plot holes are more of just plot points that don’t have full explanations in the movies, they do have full explanations in the novels. It was said that he would have to empty his vault in Gringotts, should he actually purchase the Firebolt. One of the biggest Harry Potter plot holes, however, also happened in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The metal parts of the broom were goblin-made ironwork, a first for a broomstick, which increased stability and power in adverse conditions and prevented slippage on the foot grips. In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the Firebolt's handle is stated to be made of superfine ash. The Firebolt was first developed by Randolph Spudmore around 1993, at a time when brooms made by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company dominated the market. This broomstick is not your average collectible, it is very highly detailed, and includes every feature of the broomstick from head to toe, whether you're looking for the intricate details of each individual bristle on the tail end of the broom, or the finely detailed rune markings on the handle. Once the fastest broomstick, the Firebolt was used by the Irish Quidditch team in the 1994 World Cup.And even though the broom proved to be jinx/curse free, caution should always be the rule with anonymous gifts, especially really expensive ones. Little did the Nimbus designers realise that a racing broom was in development that would knock them from their number one spot within twelve months of its release. Harry Potter's saga allowed the audience to fully immerse themselves in the Wizarding World and gave them a good look at the most important places in it, while also meeting its most notable characters.



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