By JoJo Marshall
March 14, 2014 at 03:25 PM EDT

Attention Potter Fans! (That’s the same as saying “attention everyone.”) J.K. Rowling has written a 2,400 word story on the “History of the Quidditch World Cup” and she’s given it exclusively to Pottermore to post in two parts, half today and half next Friday, March 21st.

Part one, which is going up today, provides historical background about the tournament, information about how the tournament works, and examples of controversial tournaments, including the infamous 1877 match played in Kazakhstan’s Ryn Desert now known as the Tournament that Nobody Remembers.

In August, however, the wizarding world woke up to the fact that they had no memory whatsoever of the tournament taking place.  Neither those in possession of tickets nor any of the players could remember a single game.  However, for reasons none of them understood, English Beater Lucas Bargeworthy was missing most of his teeth, Canadian Seeker Angelus Peel’s knees were on backwards and half the Argentinian team were found tied up in the basement of a pub in Cardiff.

Part two will feature amusing recaps of some notable recent matches that have been held every four years since 1990. In one section about Quidditch regulations, she writes:

The rulebook concerning both on- and off-pitch magic is alleged to stretch to nineteen volumes and to include such rules as “no dragon is to be introduced into the stadium for any purpose including, but not limited to, team mascot, coach or cup warmer” and “modification of any part of the referee’s body, whether or not he or she has requested such modifications, will lead to a lifetime ban from the tournament and possibly imprisonment.”

Arghhh, I hope the site doesn’t pull an HBO Go and crash right as we are all getting a taste of some sweet, sweet goodness from J.K.  So you guys wait. I’ll read it first and then report back.