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Harry, Harry, Harry.
Our favorite magic student is now in his fourth year. But before school starts again, he attends the Quidditch World Cup with the Weasleys and the Diggory family. Some strange things happen that will accompany Harry through the rest of the year – and make him think. Then there’s another new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody has arrived at Hogwarts with his own teaching methods. He demonstrates the three unforgivable curses on a spider and scares his students right from the first lesson.
The visit of two other magic schools is also exciting: The students of the Beauxbatons Academy and the Durmstrang Institute come to Hogwarts, because it is the scene of the Triwizard Tournament this year. If you want to take part, you have to put your name in the goblet of fire. But Harry doesn’t – and is still selected as the fourth participant. Suddenly he is also besieged by journalists and interviewed for the “Daily Prophet”. Above all, Rita Kimmkorn and her quick writing pen don’t seem to want to leave him alone anymore. And then there is also the Yule Ball, for which a dance has to be learned and an accompaniment has to be found.
In the tournament itself, Harry has to complete three tasks, stealing a golden egg from a giant dragon, rescuing an important person from the bottom of the lake and finally wandering through a maze. But that’s not all: When he finally holds the cup in his hands, it turns out to be a portkey directly into the hands of Lord Voldemort. And then a duel ensues between the two that changes the wizarding world.