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Gwendolyn MacLeod

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Apr 3 2018, 05:31 PM
Professor MacLeod stood behind her desk on top of which her pocket watch lay face up, as she waited for the students to arrive. She was a very punctual woman and she expected this of her students as well. Tardiness was as unacceptable as an untidy workplace, and whoever couldn’t respect scheduled class hours would simply have to entertain themselves for the next hour and take better care to be on time in the future.

When the clock struck nine, Professor MacLeod swiftly cast a spell to close the door with a loud bang before placing her wand neatly back onto her desk. She cast a glance across the room, surveying every face for a brief second each, pursing her lips in a displeased manner as she moved from one student to another.

“Good morning class.” She spoke, addressing the students in a collected tone. “Today we will be brewing the Draught of Peace, a potion which relieves anxiety and agitation. It should be a turquoise blue when finished and simmered before being consumed. Draught of Peace is a particularly difficult potion to make, requiring that the brewer follow the directions carefully. A slight mistake can have drastic consequences. Adding too much of the ingredients, for instance, will put the drinker of the potion into a deep - and possibly irreversible - sleep… I expect all of you to follow the directions carefully, lest any on you end up in the hospital wing."

Professor MacLeod paused for a moment to make sure the students were paying attention.

“Before we begin, homework for next week is to write an essay on a famous Potioneer of your choice.”

“If there are no questions... You may begin.”

With a tap of her wand the brewing instructions for the potion appeared on the blackboard.

Brewing instructions
1. Add powdered moonstone until the potion turns green.
2. Stir until the potion turns blue.
3. Add powdered moonstone until the potion turns purple.
4. Allow to simmer until the potion turns pink.
5. Add syrup of hellebore until the potion turns turquoise.
6. Allow to simmer until the potion turns purple.
7. Shake powdered porcupine quills vigorously until they are ready and then add until the potion turns red.
8. Stir until the potion turns orange.
9. Add more porcupine quills until the potion turns turquoise.
11. Allow to simmer till the potion turns purple.
12. Add powdered unicorn horn until the potion turns pink.
13. Stir until the potion turns red.
14. Allow to simmer until the potion turns purple.
15. Add more powdered moonstone until the potion turns grey.
16. Allow the potion to simmer until it turns orange.
17. Add more powdered porcupine quills until the potion turns white.
Mar 1 2018, 06:14 PM
Professor MacLeod stood behind her desk on top of which her pocket watch lay face up, as she waited for the students to arrive. She was a very punctual woman and she expected this of her students as well. Tardiness was as unacceptable as an untidy workplace, and whoever couldn’t respect scheduled class hours would simply have to entertain themselves for the next hour and take better care to be on time in the future.

When the clock struck eleven, Professor MacLeod swiftly cast a spell to close the door with a loud bang before placing her wand neatly back onto her desk. She cast a glance across the room, surveying every face for a brief second each, pursing her lips in a displeased manner as she moved from one student to another.

“Good afternoon class.” She spoke, addressing the students in a collected tone. “As you can read on the blackboard we will be brewing the Sleeping Draught today.”
With a tap of her wand to the board the brewing instructions appeared.

Brewing instructions
1. Crush the wormwood, add to cauldron. Stir slowly.
2. Chop the valerian, add to cauldron, and apply a high heat.
3. Juice your Flobberworm and add its thick mucus to your cauldron.
4. Stir vigorously, apply a low heat and then give it another stir.
5. Chop the Sopophorous bean and add to cauldron.
6. Stir the mixture quickly, then heat.
7. Add a sprinkle of powdered asphodel petals and a dash of essence of nettle.
8. Heat the potion a final time, then stir slowly.
9. Wave your wand over the cauldron to finish the potion


“The Sleeping Draught is a potion that causes the drinker to fall almost instantaneously into a deep but temporary sleep. A standard Sleeping Draught differed from the Draught of Living Death, which is much more powerful, lasting, and difficult to make. The Sleeping Draught is a particularly useful potion as we will all at one point or another in our lives find ourselves in the need of an aid to fall asleep."

Before we begin, homework for next week will be to write a short essay on the differences and similarities between the Sleeping Draught, the Draught of Living Death, and the Potion for Dreamless Sleep. The Draught of Living Death is taught in seventh year but books on this potion can be found in the library. Should you need access to the restricted section, please come to me for a written note of permission.

"Now. Who can tell me a difference between the Sleeping Draught and the Potion for Dreamless Sleep?”
Feb 3 2018, 07:39 PM
Professor MacLeod stood behind her desk on top of which her pocket watch lay face up, as she waited for the students to arrive. She was a very punctual woman and she expected this of her students as well. Tardiness was as unacceptable as an untidy workplace, and whoever couldn’t respect scheduled class hours would simply have to entertain themselves for the next hour and take better care to be on time in the future.

When the clock struck eleven, Professor MacLeod swiftly cast a spell to close the door with a loud bang before placing her wand neatly back onto her desk. She cast a glance across the room, surveying every face for a brief second each, pursing her lips in a displeased manner as she moved from one student to another.

“Good day class.” She spoke, addressing the students in a collected tone. “As you can read on the blackboard, we will be brewing Rano Potion today, a potion which works as a sort of wake-me-up or energy booster, if you will.”

“Now. If there are no questions, you may begin.”
Dec 1 2017, 08:37 AM
Professor MacLeod stood behind her desk on top of which her pocket watch lay face up, as she waited for the students to arrive. She was a very punctual woman and she expected this of her students as well. Tardiness was as unacceptable as an untidy workplace, and whoever couldn’t respect scheduled class hours would simply have to entertain themselves for the next hour and take better care to be on time in the future.

When the clock struck three, Professor MacLeod swiftly cast a spell to close the door with a loud bang before placing her wand neatly back onto her desk. She cast a glance across the room, surveying every face for a brief second each, pursing her lips in a displeased manner as she moved from one student to another. She had never been very fond of teaching the younger years. Most of them looked half-frighten to death, although she did have that effect on a lot of people, but more importantly, children were dreadfully clumsy and uncoordinated, and they hardly ever managed to keep a neat workplace. Children were essentially disasters waiting to happen.

“Good afternoon class.” She spoke, addressing the students in a collected tone. “As you can read on the blackboard, we will be brewing Girding Potion today, a potion which may increase the drinker’s endurance for a considerable number of weeks.”

She held up a clear glass phial in which a green-coloured substance was floating, and opened it to release a rather foul odour into the classroom. “This is what a successful Girding Potion should look and smell like. At the end of this class I want each and every one of you to hand in a phial of your potion for inspection. Failure to achieve a decent Girding Potion will result in homework over the holidays.”

“Now. If there are no questions, you may begin.”

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Girding Potion
The Girding Potion is a Potion that gives the consumer extra endurance.

Brewing instructions
1. Add one set of fairy wings.
2. Heat until the potion turns turquoise.
3. Add one measure of doxy eggs.
4. Heat until the potion turns pink.
5. Add the toasted dragonfly thoraxes until the potion turns red.
6. Heat until the potion turns blue.
7. Add toasted dragonfly thoraxes until the potion turns silver.
8. Heat the potion until it turns red.
9. Add three measures of doxy eggs.
10. Add some dragonfly thoraxes.
11. Heat the potion until it turns blue.
12. Add three flying seahorses.
13. Heat until the potion turns green.
Nov 1 2017, 08:52 AM
Professor MacLeod stood behind her desk on top of which her pocket watch lay face up, as she waited for the students to arrive. She was a very punctual woman and she expected this of her students as well. Tardiness was as unacceptable as an untidy workplace, and whoever couldn’t respect scheduled class hours would simply have to entertain themselves for the next hour and take better care to be on time in the future.

When the clock struck nine, Professor MacLeod swiftly cast a spell to close the door with a loud bang before placing her wand neatly back onto her desk. She cast a glance across the room, surveying every face for a brief second each, pursing her lips in a displeased manner as she moved from one student to another. She had never been very fond of teaching the younger years. Most of them looked half-frighten to death, although she did have that effect on a lot of people, but more importantly, children were dreadfully clumsy and uncoordinated, and they hardly ever managed to keep a neat workplace. Children were essentially disasters waiting to happen.

“Good morning class.” She spoke, addressing the students in a collected tone. “As you can read on the blackboard, we will be brewing Antidote to Common Poisons today, which I’m certain you’ve come across on at one point or another in your life. Any sensible mother keeps a phial of this potion in her cupboard as children do tend to have a nasty habit of putting just about anything in their mouths, poisonous things included.”

She held up a clear glass phial in which a teal-coloured substance was floating. “A successfully brewed Antidote to Common Poisons should have this exact colour. If yours does not it means you’ve failed.” She paused for a moment as she cast another glance at the students. “Failing any potion can have severe consequences and if you are unlucky, may result in disfiguration, blindness or even death. That is why it is of vital importance that you pay attention in this class. Potioneering is a fine and precise art and not something to be trifled with. You must take extra care to always keep a neat and tidy workspace, always use clean tools and cauldrons, and always follow the instructions in your textbook or on the blackboard. There will be no running in the classroom or any messing about whatsoever. Failing to follow to these rules will result in your immediate removal from this class. Is that understood?”

“Now. If there are no questions, you may begin.”

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Antidote to Common Poisons

The Antidote to Common Poisons is a potion which counteracts ordinary poisons, such as creature bites and stings.

Brewing instructions
Add 1 Bezoar to the mortar
Crush into a very fine powder using the pestle
Add 4 measures of the crushed Bezoar to your cauldron
Add 2 measures of Standard Ingredient to your cauldron
Heat to a medium temperature
Add 1 pinch of Unicorn Horns to your cauldron
Stir 2 times, clockwise
Add 2 Mistletoe Berries to your cauldron
Stir 2 times, anti-clockwise
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