Aiden Flynn Full Name:
Aiden Connor FlynnBlood Status:
IrishPlace of Birth:
Dublin, IrelandDate of Birth:
February, 2 2062Age:
15House and Year:
Gryffindor – 5th YearSpoken Languages:
Aiden is a little bit shorter than most of his peers and is kind of stocky. He keeps his hair pretty short, but doesn't really take much time to keep it under control so it's generally really messy. His ice blue eyes are often sparkling with good humor and he generally has a smile on his face.Dressing Style:
At this point, Aiden has pretty well given up on ever being comfortable in wizard robes. He grew up with muggle clothes and is still at his happiest when that is what he is wearing. On those rare occasions when robes are required, he wears jeans and a t-shirt underneath them if at all possible.PersonalityCharacter Description:
Most of the time, Aiden is really laid back and easy to get along with. He forms strong opinions and will stand up for them but he doesn’t take offense to people that disagree with him unless they get ridiculous about it. He has a playful sense of humor and enjoys a good joke or a good prank – even if it’s directed at him. Bullies – on the other hand – bug him and he’s all about helping to put them in their place. Quirks:
Aiden is very high energy and pretty much always moving – even if it’s just tapping his feet or his pen during class.Strengths:
Friendly, Outgoing, Strong-willed, Ambitious, CourageousWeaknesses:
Mischievous, Arrogant, Judgmental, Impatient, SpoiledLikes:
Caryn, laughing and having fun, pranks, not having to workDislikes:
Classes, bigoted purebloods, getting in trouble, bullies, boredomBoggart:
10” Apple with Unicorn horn shavingStrength:
Healing, PotionsFamily and HistoryFather:
Ethan Flynn (Older Brother)
William Flynn (Oldest Brother)Pet:
Black Cat named ShadowBackground:
Aiden was the third child, and second magical child, of a wealthy muggle family in Dublin. His father owns and operates an international shipping company that had been started by his great-grandfather. The family was always well off and the children never really wanted for anything. The business was even established enough that his dad wasn’t one of those fathers who was away all of the time for work.
Things were always a little weird around their house as things had a tendency to move, and break and things were just odd. Nobody ever really had any explanation for it until his middle brother’s eleventh birthday and the arrival of his Hogwarts letter and a Professor from Hogwarts to explain what it meant. From that point on, everything made a lot more sense – though it also became a lot quieter and more boring when Ethan left. Still, the odd occurrences slowed, but didn’t stop, and Aiden began looking forward to attending Hogwarts too since that was the only thing that made sense – William was too old for it to be him.
The next two years passed all too slowly for him as he heard stories about his brother’s time at school and he was all too glad when his own letter appeared on his eleventh birthday. It was the first time that he’d ever really done any traveling on his own and even then it wasn’t really on his own, there were a lot of other students on the train and he did his best to try and start making friends. He was pretty pleased with how well he seemed to fit in with the rest of the students and the ride went by in a flash.
He wasn’t sure how he felt when he wasn’t sorted into the same house as his brother, but he had to admit that Ravenclaw wouldn’t have fit him nearly as well as Gryffindor – where he was sorted. When he took a seat at his table with the other first years he ended up next to Caryn Taylor and was pleased and surprised at just how well they connected. By the end of their first year it was like they’d always known each other. It was kind of amazing that they managed to make it through their first year without getting kicked out – because as much as they got along, they also fed off of each other and sometimes it became difficult for him to know when to stop.
Finally the first year had ended and he was concerned about just how he was going to handle going back home and being surrounded by people that he couldn’t even talk to about what he was doing and what he had seen. Fortunately his fears had been groundless as he spent most of the time either at Caryn’s or her over at his place and the time off from school passed very quickly.
Second year was pretty much a repeat of the first, though this time he entered with a better understanding of what was going on and he thrived as he did his best to expand his circle of friends beyond just Caryn – though there was no question in his mind that she would always be his best friend. None of the people he spent time with connected with him the way she did, though he had a sizeable group of friendly acquaintances and he was happy with that.
Again, he managed to pull off passing grades and to the Professor’s surprise – as well as his own – he managed to move on with the rest of his class and he found himself headed home again and looking forward to third year.