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Feb 28 2017, 10:01 PM
The year had not started well and it did not seem like it was apt to be getting any better any time soon. Even his own House had been scurrying out of his way since his confrontation with his daughter. A deep frown crossed Alex’s face as he made his way through the Halls on his rounds. He was actually hoping that he was going to run across someone out of place that would allow him to release some of the frustration that was building up in him.
Almost as though it was a gift from the heavens, he ducked into one of the hidden alcoves in the halls of the dungeons and bit back a growl as he spotted two students locked in a heated embrace that was clearly on its way toward something even more against the rules than they were currently involved in. Just as he was about to clear his throat to get their attention so he could read them the riot act he recognized his son and his son’s best friend.
His wand appeared in his hand and snapped toward the couple dumping a sizeable amount of cold water on them both as he snapped out, “That will be quite enough of that!”Amber ElisonTimothy Morrigan
Sep 5 2016, 08:55 PM
Even with all of the trouble that the kids invariably caused, Alex was excited to be getting back to teaching again. While he knew that it wouldn’t last, he was actually in a really good mood as he set about putting his class in order and writing the instructions for the day up on the board. They were going to be covering the warming charm; it wasn’t something that the kids were going to need immediately but it was absolutely something they would be grateful for knowing soon enough once winter started rolling in.
Once he’d finished writing up a handful of notes about the spell and making sure to mark down the pages in the book that covered the spell he returned to his desk and hopped up to sit on it while he waited for the students to arrive.
If they were anything to go by, the third year students should have been reasonably well behaved and wouldn’t be too much trouble. He just hoped that they’d be able to keep that up until the end of the year. It was always nice to have a refuge class.
May 2 2016, 01:37 PM
Alex was actually in a surprisingly good mood as he sat at his desk working on grading some papers. He was looking forward to his detention with Pavon. Coming up with projects for the boy to work on was highly entertaining and he was kind of excited to see just how badly the boy would fail at it. Granted, the detention was eating up his night too, but he didn’t have a lot to do as he was scaling back his homework assignments to give his students more time to prepare for their exams.
To make things more entertaining, he’d been forced to reschedule a handful of tutoring sessions to accommodate the boy and those students hadn’t been best pleased that Pavon was denying them their time – on purpose or not. It would only get worse for the boy over time if he started requiring more than one night of this per week.
He opened his desk drawer and turned on a radio that he kept there, allowing the music to fill the room as he waited for Pavon to arrive.Pavon B Sannesley
Oct 1 2015, 08:02 PM
It hadn’t been a surprise that a lot of the students had rebelled against the addition of Muggle Studies as a required course. However, it had been an utter shock to Alex that a handful of his Gryffindors had been among them. When he’d been pulled into Norwood’s office and told about it, Alex had been absolutely livid and had set out to track down his wayward students and summon them to his office.
Four of the five were sitting and fidgeting in the room as they waited for the fifth and final troublemaker to arrive and Alex was getting more and more frustrated as he waited. Granted, the kid wasn’t late yet but if he blew off this meeting Alex was going to come down on him like a ton of bricks.
Still, he did his best not to let the anger show on his face as the kids that were already in the room seemed to be more worried about the lack of attention he was paying them than they would have been if he was shouting. So he did his best to utterly ignore their presence and focused on grading some of the assignments from his second years.
Jul 29 2015, 02:53 PM
Finally all of the spell-work was done and Alex took a seat on the bed of his room at Hogwarts and just relaxed for the first time in a couple of hours. Warding was always tiring work, but it was especially so when he was forced to work within what Hogwarts would allow and had to make sure that everything he was putting up could be anchored to the existing ancient wards. However, after several hours of painstaking work it was finished and his rooms were finally protected.
The year had started out well enough but had just become more and more annoying as it had gone along. Normally, Alex was all about the practical jokes that came along with school but it angered him that the students felt comfortable enough to actually turn their attentions toward the Professors. At first he’d been certain it had been Timothy behind it all but he’d run more than a few tests on that and the brat always came up innocent – his best friend too. It almost would have made more sense for it to have been the Elison girl than it would have for it to have been Timothy but she’d been clean too.
Short of going through each and every student there wasn’t any easy way to figure out what was going on or who was responsible, so he’d thrown together some ad hoc wards that had seemed to slow down what had been happening the year before. Unfortunately, they hadn’t been perfect and there was more than a few times that it had only been some last minute glamor charms that had prevented him from showing up to class with purple hair or shiny with glitter.
Not interested in letting whoever was responsible know that they were pissing him off, he hadn’t even been able to take out his frustrations on the students that he was most certain were responsible. There hadn’t been much he was able to do about what was going on outside of class and that would largely remain the case for the upcoming year as well – though he still had the Morrigan ring that rendered him immune from most potions, and from the number of times that it had warmed the year before, that was likely to be extremely important.
With one last look around his chambers, Alex stood and started for the door. The wards on his chambers would prevent anyone or anything that didn’t have Morrigan blood, or were tied to the Hogwarts wards like the Headmaster, into his Chambers when he wasn’t there. With a bit of work with the Headmaster he’d also set some wards in his classroom and office that would seal the entire room if any magic were cast in it when he wasn’t there. It was a long shot, but it would be nice if he were finally able to catch whoever was playing the pranks.
The door closed and sealed behind him as he set out to speak with the Headmaster one more time before returning home to his family.