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 Studying - Level: Disaster, Timothy Morrigan/Aliana Alcove
Aliana Alcove
 Posted: May 16 2018, 07:43 PM

Aliana frowned as she reread the paragraph. None of it was making sense. She was pretty sure she had read this blasted chapter three times and none of it was making sense. How in Merlin's bloody name does it not make sense? Because it was freaking Potions that's why. Potions had never been easy and that Ravenclaw that said otherwise is a lying menace.

Ali sighed and ran a had through her hair. N.E.W.T.s were soon and all she could thing about was how she was going to fail. Charms she had in the bag--the subject had always come easily to her. Arithmancy she was at least getting an E and could probably wing the practical part no problem. And Ancient Runes had always come easy to her, but that was probably because English wasn't her native tongue. But everything else? She was so screwed. Her ultimate goal was to be a curse breaker...eventually anyway. Well unless she failed her tests which were looking pretty likely.

Glaring at the book she grumbled, "If you can't teach me anything can you at least make someone who can appear?" She'd take anyone. Even an old crone with a god complex if it would help her study. Merlin, it wouldn't even have to be for Potions; it could be for any of the subjects she was terrible in.

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Timothy Morrigan
 Posted: May 17 2018, 11:55 AM

Now that he had somewhat of an idea for what he was going to be doing after graduation, Tim found that he was even more antsy to get past Hogwarts than he’d been in a long time. The school had been his home for a long time – kind of a ridiculously long time the more he thought about it – but it just wasn’t the same without Amber around to share it. His mind wandered, as it often did, to where she was and what she was up to; and he desperately hoped she was safe and happy.

Wherever she was, she was almost required to be happier than he was, sitting in the library working on Transfiguration. This class… he was honestly amazed it hadn’t killed him yet; or driven the Professor to retirement. Regardless of how much time he spent practicing, he still struggled with the simplest aspects of the class. In order to continue even this far, he’d been forced to spend a stupid amount of time learning all the minutiae of the theory behind it in the hopes that he could balance out his issues with the practical aspects of the magic. For the most part, it had worked, but he still lamented over the fact that he’d never be an animagus.

Tim leaned back in his seat and sighed as he finally reached the point where the words on the page were running together into a new and incomprehensible language. Clearly, that meant that it was time to head out and find something else to do and recharge a bit before making another run – probably at a different subject this time around. He considered taking the book he’d been studying from with him, but – in the end – decided he didn’t even have enough energy to return it to the shelf.

As he was building up the energy to try and duck out without returning the book – and hopefully without being spotted by the librarian – he heard someone behind him grumbling and couldn’t help but take her up on the offer – even if he had no idea what she was studying.

He twisted in his seat and leaned over the back of Ali’s chair, his face right by her ear, and asked, “You rang Miss Alcove?”

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Aliana Alcove
 Posted: May 17 2018, 11:29 PM

Aliana yelped in surprise when she heard a voice from behind her; directly behind her to be more precise. Although she had prayed for help she didn't actually think she would have gotten any. Even if she was in the library where help should be provided--not that the librarian was very good. The old hag hated her and Ali was pretty sure she would have been forbidden entry if the bat had an option. Granted, the redhead hadn't always been the most studious of students.

"Morgana's tits, who--Oh, it's you?" Aliana exclaimed, turning around in her seat almost instinctively. She couldn't remember his name though she recognizes him from the quidditch pitch at least. Ali scrunched her nose as she tried to remember his name. "Slytherin quidditch team...something with an M....Morag?" Aliana frowned that didn't sound right. Didn't he have a name similar to one of the professors? "Morrigan!" She said snapping her fingers. Through the years she got a bit better with names, at least those she interacts with more.

"And you can call me Ali. Everyone else does." The redhead replied with a grin. "Though I'm pretty sure Morrigan isn't actually your first name now that I think about it...I think it's at towards the end of the english alphabet but something like Zach doesn't sound right." She scrunched her nose, angling her mouth a bit to the right as she did so. After a moment of consideration she let out an exasperated sigh and gave up.

She looked at him a bit more before deciding she might as well ask for help. He did respond to her request after all and she wasn't stupid enough to look a gift thestral in the mouth. "Any chance your decent at potions?" Ali wouldn't mind helping him in return so long as it was something she was good at. Hell as long as it wasn't potions she would try and help him with anything in return. Though she hoped it was something like charms--or at least something that requires a bit more practical work. She's pretty good at working her way through wand movements, especially once you recognize a pattern. Thankfully most spell types had one, or at the very least something she could make out as repetitive.

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