And that’s why you find Madi quoting some beautiful literature to Flint! Because her dad had that relationship with Flint and he knew what could happen. And I think maybe the dad had the right vision, actually, because he kept teaching Madi the ways of how to defeat a pirate or Woodes Rogers. He gave her the book that he wrote so that she could know how to fight that enemy. And he must have known, way before that there’ll come a time, and unfortunately she only discovered that when he was on his deathbed, which is sad, but it was what set Madi to get on that ship and go. Also her dad gave her that thing of… go out there and just conquer and save us and do something amazing. And that’s what she did.
HP Next Gen: Flint-Wood Children // No Jinxing, No Hexing, Well maybe a little and Don’t lose the Game
The children of war heroes and former Professional Quidditch Players Keeper Oliver Wood and Chaser Marcus Flint. Oliver Wood played for Puddlemere United reserve (1994 - 1998), Puddlemere United (1999-2008). Marcus Flint played for the
Falmouth Falcons (1994-1996) and the Montrose Magpies (1996 - 2008)
Malva “Terry” Flint-Wood : Slytherin alumnus, Beater for the Ballycastle Bats. Team is currently ranked second in the league. Semi-finalists for the 2026 League Cup will play against her younger brother’s team the Tutshill Tornadoes.
Landon Flint-Wood: Hufflepuff alumnus, Keeper for the Tutshill Tornadoes. Team is currently ranked fourth in league. Played a 12 day game against his father’s former team the Montrose Magpies.
Octavia Flint-Wood: Ravenclaw alumnus, Chaser for the Pride of Portree. The twenty-third time Pride of Portree qualified for the European Cup. Will face off against the Gorodok Gargoyles of Lithuania.
Ian Flint-Wood: 6th year Gryffindor, Chaser the for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. Prospective teams after graduation Wigtown Wanderers and Puddlemere United.
AdrianFlint-Wood: 4th year Slytherin, Seeker of the Slytherin Quidditch team. Aims to play internationally for the Scottish National Quidditch team.