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Jun 5 2018, 02:18 PM
There was a bounce in Tim’s step as he made his way out of his meeting with the Dean. It wasn’t as if there had been any doubt in his mind about his acceptance to the school, but there were always formalities to be followed in this sort of thing. As he’d promised Maz – on his next available Hogsmeade weekend, after he was ambulatory again, he’d gone to see the man and get his name added to the rolls for the next semester. He still had plenty of time before he had to head back to the castle, or even back to the village really, so he figured he’d take a walk around the facility and at least start getting a feel for it.
At first glance, the entire campus didn’t really seem like it belonged where it had been placed. Hogsmeade sat visibly just a short distance away. The village was still the only all-wizard location in the entirety of Great Britain and the castle that was Hogwarts rose in the distance beyond it. Hogwarts University looked like someone had simply picked up a muggle college and dumped it in the middle of the magical world and figured that was good enough.
The concrete walkways were lined with brick buildings, many of them covered in ivy, with larger buildings at the end of the lines. His understanding was that the larger buildings were the dormitories and he had to admit that he was glad he wasn’t going to be staying in one of those – they looked far too cramped for him to make it through his time at a new school without murdering someone.
A fair number of students were out wandering around, or playing games of some sort, and Tim was forcibly reminded again of Hogwarts. It seemed that somethings truly never changed. His attention had been distracted by a couple of girls in shorts and crop tops that seemed to be enjoying the late spring sun when he almost bumped into a girl heading the other direction.
“Sorry about that,” he offered with a sheepish smile, “I suppose I should pay more attention to where I’m going.”Xolani Oloo
May 26 2018, 05:58 PM
When he first woke up, Tim wasn’t sure where he was and his mind flashed back to the skirmish outside of Hogsmeade. He jerked awake and sat up in bed, before it occurred to him that he was in a bed and clearly not on the battlefield anymore. His back ached and he stretched just as the blinding pain lanced through his knee again and he remembered the wound that had actually brought him down.
A frown creased his face as he tossed the covers back to take a look at his knee. The arrow clearly had been removed, but the open wound was still there – protected by some sort of potion or ointment. His stomach rolled as he noticed that he could still see some white shards of bone in the wound and he leaned over to throw up in a carefully placed bucket just beside his bed.
Sweat beaded on his forehead as he fought to ignore the pain and he slumped back onto the pillows of the bed. When he’d joined Maz in rushing to join the fray, it hadn’t really occurred to him that he might be hurt. After all, he’d made it through the battle at the Alley unscathed – other than a severe case of magical exhaustion, and that had been against other wizards.
Being felled by beasts like the Centaurs actually stung more then that wound. Well… that wasn’t true, but it pricked his pride a lot. His eyes scanned over toward the windows and he could see the starlit sky outside – it made him wonder how long he’d been asleep and just how he’d managed to fall asleep with the pain he was feeling at the moment. He couldn’t remember taking a potion or anything like that.Maz Cowan
May 6 2018, 08:23 PM
“Look,” Tim replied, as calmly as he could, in the face of the livid girl, “I told you at the beginning that this was just for fun and we weren’t going anywhere. You agreed.”
Melissa glared at him and opened her mouth to spit something else at him. Given the way the conversation had been going to that point, it was going to be mean and vile – and oh so boring. There just wasn’t anymore patience left in him for the anger and he held up his hand, “I’d say we’re done here.”
Her mouth dropped open in surprise and Tim smiled as Lottie appeared at the bottom of the steps, making her way toward the exit from the Common Room. Leaving the stunned sixth year behind, he fell into step beside his friend and asked, “Where are you headed?”
“Mind if I come with? I think she might just kill me if I’m still here when she comes to her senses…”
There was just a slight bit of awkwardness that Tim did his best to ignore. He and Lottie hadn’t had any real conversations since Amber had left – just sharing a few pleasantries and mindless chatter in the Common Room in passing. It was something that he’d been meaning to rectify anyway. This seemed like as good a moment as any. Lottie Cane
Apr 11 2018, 02:37 PM
There is an Easter Egg Hunt thread open here
in the Hogsmeade Section! It is open to all players and characters!
Feb 21 2018, 04:13 PM
Tim wasn’t paying any attention to where he was going as he made his way through the halls back toward the Slytherin Common Room. The day had started out oddly, and gotten progressively worse as it had gone on. Until now, when he desperately wanted to go to bed and when he woke up the entire thing would have just never happened.
It was the first morning that he could remember that Amber hadn’t been waiting for him to go to breakfast. His first thought was that she’d run into someone else and had gone on ahead, but she wasn’t there either and he’d begun to worry. When she didn’t appear in any of their classes, that worry had morphed into out and out panic. After classes had ended, he’d rushed off to the hospital wing but she wasn’t there either.
With no better idea, he’d turned to make his way back to his Head of House’s office; hoping to get some sort of an answer about what was going on. Instead, he’d run into his father – and in a moment of insanity he’d asked the man about his missing friend. He still could see the look of almost glee in the older man’s face as he told him that Amber had arranged with the Headmistress to take her exams early and depart the school.
Suddenly, all he could see was the anger on her face as she’d all but thrown his engagement ring back at him. It had all just been a big misunderstanding and he had been certain they’d be able to work their way through it. Rather, they would be able to if she were still around to have that conversation. His father offered some bullshit offers of condolences and tried to seem like he cared but Tim just glared and stalked away; running his finger along the matching ring which he still wore.
By the time he made it back to the common room, he was almost sick with worry about the way this situation was going to play out. His eyes darted around the room and settled on a younger girl that was sitting in one of the chairs and made his way over to her. With a weak smile he said, “Hi! You’re Apollymi, right? Could you do me a really big favor?”
“Could you go up to the 7th year girl’s dorms and see if Amber Elison is up there?”
He knew it was extremely unlikely – as much as he hated his father, the man had no reason to lie about this, but Tim couldn’t give up hope just yet.Apollymi Rowle