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"On this day, the thirteenth of June of the year two thousand and thirty four, in the spirit of honesty, safety and the equality of all mankind, the magical population and the non-magical population will no longer remain hidden from one another, but will be unified as one. Rather than withholding from one another, we today take a step toward a better future, as the union of two such extraordinary cultures and resources promises a betterment in quality of life for all. This statute applies to every living being that is capable of thinking and reasoning for itself. Either Discrimination or Deceptiveness in respect to the statute are both considered the highest form of noncompliance in all countries involved, and are punishable as treason. Every world leader, both magical and non-magical, have signed this statute in agreement that Transparency between the respective communities of the world is the best path toward knowledge and peace."
 
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 Experimenting With New Books, Sary | Sixth Floor Corridor
Hadley Cordova
 Posted: Aug 3 2016, 01:52 PM
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Hadley Cordova
Gryffindor
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16 YEARS OLD
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6th Year Gryffindor Seeker; "A well-read woman is a dangerous one"
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Her homework was waiting... and had been waiting. But Hadley didn't care. She also knew her brother was looking for her. Again, Hadley didn't care. She was avoiding them both. Beneath her cloak, a black and heavy sweater hung loosely to her upper thighs, the sleeves pulled over her fingers as her school bag rested against her hip. Her winter boots - complete with fur inside and all - thunked softly as she wandered the corridors, searching for a quiet place to just sit for a bit and maybe read a bit more through The Secret Garden. Hadley loved her classics. And reading was about the only time she could really sit still...

Or... A smirk played upon her lips as Hadley's sharp blue eyes darted about. They fell upon a bench not too far away and Hadley approached, letting her messenger bag drop onto it. She opened the flap, revealing the complete and utter mess inside, and dug around for a moment. With a grin, the young Gryffindor retrieved quite the thick and rather worn-looking book: Advanced Charms For Fun, Wit, and Pleasure. It had simply called to Hadley and she knew she had to check it from the library as soon as her eyes fell upon it. Now, she sat upon the bench, one leg crossed over the other, her small and petite frame leaning over the book as it lay open in her lap. Tresses of her hair fell on either side of her face and she hastily pushed them back, clipping them back messily. Her eyes were eager as her fingers flipped through the pages; her other hand went to her mouth as she gnawed on her lower lip, her finger tapping at her chin.

Hadley tilted her head to the side as she found a charm that sounded rather interesting. The problem with Hadley... she got bored. So, so bored, with her school work. It wasn't challenging enough. Ancient Runes was alright.. it was enough brainwork to keep her engaged once she actually started. How useful it would be in the future...well... she's have to find out eventually. She doubted it would be very.

"Alright..." Hadley murmured, straightening up. She glimpsed around to make sure she was in the clear and lifted her delicate wand. She gave it a soft and focused swish, her hand and arm steady as she uttered the incantation. A series of bubbles left her wandtip, each one a different color, and each one changing slowly every couple of seconds. Hadley giggled. Alright, that one was easy enough - but who would like bubbles? No, she needed something... more. She flipped through the pages a few more times and then smirked, straightened, and performed the written instructions:

Her wand tip glowed a soft teal and then slowly changed to orange. Soft sparks left the tip, like embers. As soon as they fell about Hadley, she felt warmth surge around her and she grinned. Maybe this was better than the bluebell flames! The coldness that always seized her during winter time left. Oh, she had to look through more of this book, indeed.

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Saryana Greenwood
 Posted: Aug 7 2016, 06:05 AM
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Saryana Greenwood
Ravenclaw
Single
Student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
12 YEARS OLD
Hello. Hello. Hello. Hello. Hello Hello. Hello. Hello.
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Sary


if i'm a danger to myself
Just think what I could do to you
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Saryana for once decided to study. Well, technically, she didn't study, she just gained additional information about whatever they had learnt. But... Mari was right. Saryana needed a networker. However, that wasn't all... Saryana had to be able to meet people as well, though it will be hard for the girl. She was used to having one friend wherever she is - Mari here, Nick at home. But... She had to try! Closing her book and opening the curtains, Saryana began her way to discovering a new acquaintance. Saryana was determined to show that she can meet someone too! And... that that someone wasn't a jerk, of course. She had enough of those. More than enough, actually.

As soon as she was outside the common rooms, however, Saryana was struck with something - where exactly should she go? The library was out, that was not going to be the place of a second failur. Neither was the kitchen, not in front of all those house elves. Plus, would she really want to befriend someone who sneaks in to eat? No. Sighing, Saryana decided to simply roam the corridors and find someone who seemed nice enough to start a conversation with. But how would she approach them... Face palming herself, she shook her head. Socialising shouldn't be so hard! Like Mari said.... It just happens! So, why was she having such a hard time with all this? Maybe she really should just leave this to Mari... No. She had to at least try... Plus... This time, she might have luck! Nodding to herself, Saryana began to confidentially walk around in hope.

But it wasn't as easy as she hoped though not as hard as she thought either. There were enough students for the job - the only problem was that they were in groups and no way could Saryana simply invade into someone's friend group. She could try in some smaller group but... It would require twice the amount of energy to try and do that. So, she continued to roam each and every corridor she could. She did notice that, thy higher she went, the less people there were. Maybe she would have luck on a higher number... If not... Well, she'd think of something. Or would just give up. Though, she hoped it wouldn't come to the either of those options. Sighing, she continued up the stairs from the fifth corridor to the sixth. Just two more corridors... And absolutely no luck for the moment. Biting her lip, she began to explore the sixth floor.

Saryana was about to turn to a corner when she noticed bubbles. A huge amount, floating bubbles that changed their colour. She widen her eyes a bit - she never heard of such a spell before. And she definitely never thought that it would even exist. Though she was glad she did. The way they changed their colours... It was quite soothing, actually. Incredibly soothing. It might prove nice to use when she was studying - gaze into those bubbles and relax. Mari did say she needed to relax. However... Now wasn't the time. Obviously, someone made those bubbles appear. And we're probably alone, considering the lack of compliments. Bitting her lip, she began to walk and turned at the corner to notice a girl making fire come out from her wand. Amazing! Maybe she could find someone nice in her... "Which spell do you use for that?"

She mentally face palmed herself. That was not how you start a conversation. Not at all. Merlin's beard, if Mari was here, she'd laugh at that pathetic excuse of a conversation starter...


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