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As a reminder, please following the set rules from the Club's original post:Do not dominate the thread; allow others to post between you and a partner, and include everyone. The 200+ word count is required for this thread.1. Never talk about the Secret Society.
2. Code names stay behind closed doors.
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4. Play fair. Cheats and sore losers are not welcomed.
5. Have fun.
6. This club does not give students the ability to break curfew.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
From 2 PM to about 4:30 PM
From 2 PM to about 4:30 PM
There was a simple sign that hung on the wooden door to the study room. The sign was nothing more than a well made piece of cardboard with almost flowy, semi-childish handwriting on it in a deep green, nearly black, paint. The end of the lunch hour was approaching, and the singular student of the club was ready for the club. It was their first meeting since he had established it; he wanted to get more people, but he knew beggars couldn't be choosers. There were too many girls, though. Daniel had to just shuffle that thought and get over with it. At least there were members. He watched as several house elves scurried out of the room and he double checked the sign. The message was passed along, and now all he had to do was hope the other students were going to show up.
Inside, the study room's main table was covered with many items: cardboard (or really heavy stock paper) of various colors similar to Hogwart's own coloring (greens, reds, blues, silvers, yellows, golds). There were dark markers from... he wasn't sure where they had come from, but they smelled bad and he wasn't a fan. Several muggle push pin fasteners were there, too; again, Daniel wasn't quite sure where those had come from, but the young wizard wouldn't complain. They were what he needed, and they worked, so he wasn't going to argue.
Today, they would be making the basic cipher wheel. Daniel had made two versions - the one they would be making today, and a similar one where the inner wheel was in morse code. The Slytherin figured that they'd have to cover morse before they added that one, but that was fine with him. They could eventually learn to stack their decoders and make more complicated ones as their club grew.
His eyes flitted towards the door as it opened, and once some of the other members were settled, he introduced what they were doing, "We're going to make cipher wheels today. So you need two circles and you need to draw lines and write the alphabet in order on both. In the middle, cut out a whole and use a fastener and then I guess you can practice writing sentences with them. Try using other's code names - there are some little stickers you can use to write your name down," Daniel wasn't the greatest at conversation, but at least he was trying. He motioned to the small stack of name stickers, and he even wore one that read one thing:
Str: 7 | Agility: 7 | Control: 7 | Stam: 9