Oliver Wood was born October 1st, 1975 into a PureBlood magical family in Glasgow, Scotland. His father (Cornelius) was once a professional Quidditch player who played, for the Monstrose Magpies on the reserve team, but now worked with the Ministry of Magic in the Department of Magical Games and Sports and his mother (Marina) was a healer at St. Mungo’s in London. Oliver had a decent childhood growing up. He was partly raised by his grandparents as both of his parents worked in London during the day. When he was eight years old his mother gave birth to his sister: Aurora.
Oliver poised an interest in Quidditch at a early age and was determined to play professionally. Oliver developed his first magical stunt when he was eight years old when he messing around with his father’s broom running around the house as if he was playing Quidditch. He began to fly a few feet off the ground before falling to the ground. His parents were very proud that their son showed magical properties.
At the age of ten and a half, Oliver received his Hogwarts letter and was ecstatic. He couldn’t wait to attend the school. Oliver went with his parents to work and after work they all ventured into Diagon Alley where Oliver got all of his supplies. Oliver then went off to Hogwarts and got sorted into Gryffindor. He was slightly disappointed that he couldn’t try out for the Quidditch team, but he was allowed to hang with them. He became the unofficial water boy.
Oliver’s second year he made the team and was glad to be a part of the team. His first time playing Quidditch with the team, he got smacked in the head by a bludger and woke up a week later. Over the next few years, he would have several injuries and in his fifth year he was appointed Gryffindor Captain; however, he couldn’t seem to find a seeker for the team. The Head of Gryffindor House, Professor McGonagall found him a seeker and it was the famous Harry Potter.
Oliver was determined to get the Quidditch Cup for Gryffindor; however, his first year at Captain wasn’t all that good. Harry Potter was out for the final match and the team had to play with six players instead of seven. Oliver was devastated and decided that the next year it would be better. During the summer he developed a training session and he was determined to win the cup. However, the sixth year didn’t go as planned as well. Quidditch was cancelled because of the reopening of the Chamber of Secrets. After the incident Quidditch matches were put back on.
It was now Oliver’s seventh and final year, Oliver was determined to win the cup. Nothing could possible go wrong? Wrong. Sirius Black an escaped prisoner from Azkaban was rumored to be near Hogwarts and the guards of Azkaban were guests at Hogwarts. They weren’t supposed to interfere with matches, but they did during the first match against Hufflepuff. Oliver’s team lost and Cedric Diggory wanted a rematch, but Oliver was against it. Oliver learned that Harry got a new broomstick, but they weren’t allowed to use it yet. Oliver was determined to get the broomstick back, but his efforts to get the broomstick back were hopeless.
However, they finally got the broomstick back and everything seemed right. The final match was against Slytherin and Oliver hoped that they could achieve a win. He took two bludgers to the stomach early in the game, but in the end Potter had caught the golden snitch and Gryffindor won the Quidditch Cup. Oliver was glad to finally win the cup. The next year, Oliver attended the Quidditch World Cup with his parents and ran into Harry Potter he told Harry about his new achievement.
Over the next few years, Oliver concentrated on Quidditch in hopes of making the professional team of Puddlemere United. Currently, he lives in London, but heads to Scotland when he can.
Family and Blood StatusEdit
Oliver's parents are Cornelius and Marina Wood. He has a little sister named Aurora and he's a pureblood.
Oliver was sorted into Gryffindor House when he attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Gryffindor House has many different personality traits that focus on the students. Oliver Wood had demonstrated the following traits from Gryffindor: bravery, courage, and determination. Oliver has demonstrated determination throughout his years at Hogwarts and even after he left Hogwarts.
He uses determination to help his peers get ready for whatever happens. In Hogwarts, he was known for giving speeches before games and he still does this for encouragement. Bravery is another one that he uses to this day which is that he never gives up. He can be hardheaded when it comes to his bravery as well. Another trait is courage; he is eager to help out his friends when needed.
Other parts of Oliver’s personality are that at times he can be seen as quiet and reserved. He is only like that towards new people that he meets, but once he gets to know a person that side of him will change and he will be considered a bit more outgoing. He also has a tendency for troublemaking. He was friends with Fred and George Weasley, that is something that hasn’t left him and he will do anything to attempt to bend the rules a little.
Oliver is heterosexual meaning that he likes the opposite sex. He has been on many dates, but honestly have not found the one yet. His favorite hobbies include: Quidditch and Flying. That is what he breaths and lives each day. Oliver can cope with social situations he always seems to be at one party or another. He does not have any phobias and his general fears are dying in a Quidditch related accident or a spell backfiring.
Oliver’s hopes and dreams are to play professionally on Puddlemere United and not just a game he wants to be on the team full time. Oliver has many regrets that would have involved making his teammates on Gryffindor have a better experience while playing Quidditch.
This character is played by Shadow.
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