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Crystal took a right at the corner like she said and looked around for the class that one of her Professors told her that she had to go to.
Starting to panic and only minutes before she was late Crystal found the right class. Rushing in she quickly closed the door and talked over to her seat and sat next to a girl about her age with her head down on the desk. Crystal got more than she needed out of her bag, a quill, parchment paper, Fantasic Beast And Where to Find them, and and ink plus and extra quill.
After she was done she looked up at the board and started to break into a smile.
Crystal loved care of magical creatures, and always wanted to learn more about them, and specifically, Dragons and Basilisk. Those magical and dangerous creatures that can turn anyone into a bite sized snack are the kinds of animals she liked. Waiting for class to start Crystal looked over at her new desk-mate and thought for a moment. ‘Time to make another friend!’
Crystal tapped the girls shoulder.
“Hello, I’m Crystal but you can call me Crys... what’s your name?” Crystal asked with a warm smile on her face.
Crystal had a nice and almost professional Apperence, wereing her emerald green and black robes, with a white shirt and skirt and nice dress shoes, her hair was tied back into a bun with a couple of strands of hair hanging down, and a “fake lotus,” in her hair with Dimoand heart shaped earrings.

Crystal Marie Van De Lis Willows

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Why is this school so huge? Amadea thought to herself as she hurried outside to her next class, Care of Magical Creatures. The grounds were huge and beautiful, open wide and stretching as far as the eye could see. It was nothing like the crowded London streets Amadea was used to. But, she supposed, this whole experience was nothing she was used to either. She saw a group of students huddled in a group and slowly made her way toward the rest of the people. When she arrived at the edge of the cluster, she looked around at the other students. She didn't recognize anyone from any of her other classes, but she hadn't met anyone worthy of retaining knowledge about anyway yet.

Amadea was quite curious about this class. She held a fondness for animals in her heart, but she had never been exposed to magical creatures before. From what she had read in her quick skimming of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, she thought that the magical creatures were very majestic, if not slightly terrifying. Instead of trying to make conversation before class started, Amadea pulled the book out of her bag, cracked the spine and began reading. Maybe this would give her a head start on the assignment, she thought. If nothing less, it gave her an excuse not to make a disastrous attempt at meeting new people.

A human. Being.
Strength: 4 | Agility: 10 | Control: 12 | Stamina: 9

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As he had read Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the past, Evan was 100% sure he was prepared for this lesson, and oh boy, he was wrong. It hurt him that he wouldn't see any of the good stuff this lesson, and when he sat down, an annoyed sigh found its way out of his mouth, going around him slightly, but blowing out just as fast. His hours of reading would be wasted, and it could only be revived if they did something more fun by the next few lessons. Evan soon realized that he was in fact giving himself self pity. That's never good. He quickly got out what he'd need for today's lesson without complaining and began to write on his parchment with his quill, without using his brain to direct his hand movement, oops.

When he realized that he had created a mess, he gulped, thinking of several ways to fix it without having to gain the attention of his professor. He honestly had no idea, and didn't want to go up to them complaining that he had ruined his parchment. He could have easily confused the subject with any other as he frantically began to mend his errors, and when he did, a proud smile appeared, vanishing as soon as he realized. He didn't want anyone to notice, that could cause an embarrassing moment, they were NEVER fun, and never would be.

EvanPark

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Crystal sighed and looked over at a boy about her age sitting alone. Looking around she quietly got up from her seat and sat next to him.
She put a strand of hair behind her ear and got out a new piece of parchment paper and handed it to the boy.
“Extra parchment if you need it,”Crystal slid the paper over to his side of the table (or desk.)
Crystal then turned away to focuse on her drawing in her journal.
Everywhere she went she would always carry her journal on magical beast.
This time she was drawing a Basalisk, her favorite and most deadly magical creature out there.
Carefully she dipped the quill in ink and applied a line to the parchment, she continued this process until she got the shape she needed, then she went in and made the details of the scales, and the eyes. Quickly she finished the drawing and started to take notes on the Basalisk, like what it does, how to get it, the classification, everything about it. Magical creatures fascinated Crystal. And once she got out of school she will be part of the Department of Control and Regulation of magical creatures .
Crystal then looked over at the boy.
“Hello...”
Crystal said quietly it was very unusual for her to talk to soft and be so shy.
Crystal looked almost like a business woman, with her hair tied back into a tight bun and a couple of strands of hair framing her face. She was wearing her slytherin robes, with diamond heart shaped earrings and a fake lotus, in her hair where the tie kept the hair in a bun.

Crystal Marie Van De Lis Willows

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She squealed excitedly for her first lesson. Ever since she'd read Newt's book, she had always fancied magical animals, she hoped one day to even meet him. She had a wonderful fancy over him, how perfect he was, how smart he was, and how perfectly handsome he was.

She couldn't wait for class to start. Her recent fancy is the Fawkes, a pet who rebirths itself from it's own ashes! It can literally never die unless it's ashes went missing, which is why they are a good pet to keep, they can live a long while.

She also thought of Newt's little plant pet. She giggled when she heard of him because she wanted one named Groot. Or that bird that looked like a lily pad, or that giant bird that can afflict lightning. Those pets were loyal, and that was all she every dreamed of having.

She had no pets now, but she wanted to get a rare, fantastical beast as her pet. One who wanted to be hers also, who was loyal to her and loved her as a companion should. Since she never had a pet as a younger girl, she was determined to get one now.

"What cannot be seen, felt, or carried?" Person who gets this right I will donate some money to them.

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Austin takes a deep breath, as he held the door knob.
'Crap. Am I late?' He thinks to himself.

Austin Finally pulls down the doorknob and saw around 10 people around the room, staring at him.
"Hi?.." Austin says to technically everyone inside the room.

Austin was holding his 'Fantastic Beasts' book on his hand.
It may not seem like it, but Austin was very excited to meet new people and study about magical creatures! It's his dream, after all.

Too bad Austin was being all awkward.

Austin walks to one of the empty desks, next to Verla Harness, whom in that time, he still didn't know.
"Hi, how was your day?" Austin asks the girl, she had a long braid behind her back. Austin liked braids, it reminded him of his mom who often wore long braids back then. Sadly, that seemed to change. His mom just started wearing normal hair styles, which was to him, was boring. 

Austin was smiling to the girl, it was a charming smile, a smile that's hard to resist. "You know, my day's been working out pretty fine lately, except for the fact that I think I'm late," Austin adds. "Wait, am I late?" Austin asks the girl.

"I'm Austin, by the way, Austin Finch. I'm really sorry I didn't introduce myself to you earlier." Austin held out his hands, about to shake hands with the girl.

Reducio
{Sorry, I don't know if you're sitting down or anything.}
Last edited by Austin Finch on 9th April 2018, 8:45 am, edited 2 times in total.

~A. Finch~

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Verla smiled and shook hands with Austin. "I'm Verla" she said softly, almost in a whisper, but still loud enough to hear. She saw the book in his hand, and she smiled. Her face began to blush and she covered her cheeks come on Verla, stop doing that every time you meet a boy. Verla remembered his question "my day is fine as well, and you're not late, I don't think at least" she replied sweetly.

Her bowtruckle, Ollie, poked his head out and looked at Austin. Then he gave him an evil death stare. "Ollie be nice" she said to him. "Don't mind Oliver, he doesn't like strangers, although he better get used to it" she said in Ollie's direction. She took a cookie out of her pouch and ate one, then offered a different one to Austin, who was now sitting next to her.

"Pleased to meet you also" she said, kind of hoping she wasn't late in saying it. She sat there with her book open, and began taking notes in a different book for the class. She wrote with neat hand writing. And she used her words delicately. She wrote almost like an artist, or a violinist, moving her wrist up and down as she wrote, making her look a bit silly.

"What cannot be seen, felt, or carried?" Person who gets this right I will donate some money to them.

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The young assistant for the Care of Magical creatures had started to use the always empty classroom as a sort of house for himself. He had been careful not to mess anything up, but still no one ever came in here. Professor Lear probably did, although Kaegen wouldn't be able to vouch for that. Hogwarts was too new, there wheren't any third years yet. No one who could take this class, even if they wanted to. He himself wasn't sure why Professor Lear and said "yeah, sure whatever" when the boy had asked for permission to be his assistant. He was only 11. But maybe the professor had just been having a really good day, he did smile that creepy, bone chilling smile right after sorta agreeing.
So imagine his surprise when he walked into the room, and saw a group of students sitting on the desks with their books open. Was today april fools? Had two years gone by in a matter of minutes? What year was it now? Just as he was about to further pursue his theories about how time sped past him, he realized his mistake. They just didn't know.
His whispery, faraway voice carried surprisingly well over the classroom, his movements bizarrely fluid.
"You can't take this class until you're a third year. What are you even doing here?"

flectere si nequeo superos, Achaeronta movebo

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Verla cleared her voice to speak, but nothing came out besides a slight squeak. Then she gathered her nerve and said "I just love beasts so much, I wanted to take notes."

Who was this guy any way? And why was he so rude? Clearly the kids knew they didn't need to be there if they didn't want to. Verla definitely wanted to be there, and she was staying until she had gotten what she wanted. Or at least her inner girl would do. Her outer girl would shy her way out of the room, but she was determined to stay. Who does this guy think he is? She knew that he himself wasn't a third year. Ugh! She wanted to shout at him, ask what his deal was. Then someone whispered he was the assistant. I would hate to have that job Verla said to herself. She felt really uncomfortable now, but still, he should just tell them that they needed to be older to take the class. But I'm not taking the class, I'm just participating in the information. She thought. Then Oliver came out, walked up in front of him, and gave him an angry face with his hands on his waist. She face palmed herself. "Oh Oliver" she said quietly.

"What cannot be seen, felt, or carried?" Person who gets this right I will donate some money to them.

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This was odd, what was she even going to take notes of?
Kaegen's eyes darted like lightning back to the doorway. If he could escape, head back to the stables, he could just eat his lunch there. It's not like he understood people all that much anyway. His eyes flashed down quickly at the bowtruckle, then back to the door. Poor thing had a human tree. He wondered where she was getting woodlice or fairy eggs. It's not like they grew on trees. He wondered if there were any fairies living in the forbidden forest, then halted that train of thought. It was alright, it was none of his business. Once before he had made the mistake of meddling, it wasn't going to happen again. His eyes darted to his stash of food, in a corner of the classroom. How hungry was he anyway? He could probably just wait until they finished taking notes of whatever they were taking notes of.
They probably just figured that this place was a great spot to study. That made sense, it was a bit annoying that they had found out that this place wasn't being used too much. But he couldn't complain. They had as much a right to hang about in this room as he did. Besides, it had fresh air, and a nice view of the lake.

flectere si nequeo superos, Achaeronta movebo

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Aurelia wasn't pay attention to the class, instead, she was busy sketching the beasts in her note book. Her hand which held on to the quill made fine lines over the paper creating a beautiful piece of art. She never sketched with a quill before, so this was a first. Her mother had taught her how to sketch when she was younger but she stopped when she became too busy as time passed.

A guy with blond hair strolled into the class and plopped himself down on the seat in front of her. He asked the girl near him if he was late. The girl's cheeks immediately glowed red. Aurelia smirked, she knew this look. After a few minutes had passed, an assistant approached the girl with the braided hair. He was extremely rude and asked questions that clearly bothered her. Aurelia wondered whether to ease the tension between the two or mind her own business. But after seeing the girl seemingly trying to hide her frustration. Aurelia decided to stand up for her.

"Hey you," Aurelia called. She peered at the name tag on this coat.
"Kaegen, she's clearly interested in this class and you shouldn't bother her.[/color]"
"If you don't like this class you should quit being an assistant and crawl to some other class to be another's teacher's pet. Clearly, you don't deserve the status of an assistant.[/color]" She said, almost mockingly.
Last edited by Aurelia Bezuidenhout on 9th April 2018, 3:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.

STA 5 | AGL 12 | STR 9 | CNT 9 |
As from January'19, 𝔄𝔲𝔯𝔢𝔩𝔦𝔞✻𝔅𝔢𝔷𝔲𝔦𝔡𝔢𝔫𝔥𝔬𝔲𝔱 has braces.

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This was clearly not going well at all. There were a bunch of people waiting for a class that would never happen, just dawdling away because they had nothing better to do. The class wasn't going to start, so why were they so adamant about waiting for it? Were they going to wait for three years just sitting in those chairs? No, he corrected himself. No, they just want to enjoy the comfortable seats, the nice table. That had to be the reason they were in here, it was completely ridiculous otherwise.
One of the girls told him to stop bothering the poor human tree, something about her being interested in the class? What class again? There had to be something he was missing. Kaegen was growing flustered, confused by the actions of the group of students, sitting alone in an empty classroom, paying attention to a class that, to Kaegen's knowledge, didn't even exist. There weren't any third years taking classes, and even if there was a few, he doubted that the professor would let a bunch of first years tag along. Care of magical creatures was third year for a reason. Even he hadn't actually taken any exams yet.
The girl confused him even more by saying that if he didn't like the class he should crawl away and be some other teacher's pet. That he clearly didn't deserve the status of assistant. That didn't make any sense, none of this did. There wasn't a class, these were all first years. He was a first year. He loved magical creatures, had spent his life trying to avoid being eaten by them, and taking care of the ones that couldn't kill him. Or at least the ones that didn't want to. He loved nothing more than to take care of magical creatures, he loved to go and sit motionless in the swamps and just watch the swirling mist. He spoke so softly, with that faraway tone of his, so that he wouldn't scare off the creatures, and so that they couldn't find him when they were hungry. He moved so smoothly because his grandfather taught him how. How to move smoothly to appear like a part of nature. How did he not deserve to be an assistant? Without creatures, he was nothing. Without nature, he was a husk of a boy. He was unused to walking on hard floor. So unused to it that his smooth motions seemed awkward on it. Kaegen's cheeks turned a slight pink as he realized that he had no earthly clue what was happening, and he wasn't likely to find out.
Moving across the room, he grabbed the lunch bag, pulled out an apple, and bit into it, staring at the other people sitting in the professor-less classroom, busy studying the wall, or something. He was missing something, he had to be missing something. And as embarrassing as being this clueless was, it was also a mystery. And mysteries were very interesting indeed.
Another mystery, for example, was how she knew his name. It's not like he was wearing a name tag or carrying a sign or anything. He was wearing a standard black robe with ravenclaw blue.

flectere si nequeo superos, Achaeronta movebo

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Makena ran as quickly as her legs could carry her to where the lesson was as she was running late her long brown loose wavy hair was blowing in her face and her long, black Gryffindor robes were blowing in the wind. When she arrived she stopped trying catch her breath she slowly moved to the back fixing her hair and robes to look as neat as they could be and not like she had just ran, she looked up and was amazed by all of the creatures around her and it was like all of her worries went away she was so amazed she walked right up to the front of the class to get a closer look at them all. She couldn't stop smiling so she just stood there in awe looking at the creatures waiting for the lesson to begin. However she snapped out of it as she head people arguing not to far away from where she was stood and they all seemed quite annoyed. Makena wondered if she should go over to them and see if she could sort it out or at least just see what was happening but she decided not to as she didn't want to argue she just wanted to learn about these beautiful animals.

Makena D

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Austin stands up in front of the rude guy. "First of all, it's not your business in what we do in this room, let Verla do what she wants." Austin almost shouted at the student. Though it seemed like he was mad, he wasn't at all, he was just giving his advice to the guy. 

"I- I'm really sorry, dude. I didn't mean to shout at you, really." Austin says to the guy. "I was just-" Austin pauses for a second and looks down at the ground, looking really sorry. "I was just giving you my advice." Austin says silently, almost like he was whispering. "I'm so sorry."

"I'm Austin, by the way. Austin Finch" Austin gets his hand in front of the guy, ready to shake hands with him. he smiles his charming smile at the guy. "We okay now? Just remember to mind your own business at times, though I'm kinda bothering you right now."

Austin said, "--Wait aren't you the assistant of Professor Solomon Lear?" as soon as he realized that he was the guy who was rumored to be Professor Solomon Lear's assistant. Though he doesn't believe that fact that much, thinking it's a lie, he still asks the guy about it, I mean, it can be true, right? It's not like he's faking it. He really wanted to meet the Professor's assistant since he wanted to be one. "You're Kaegen Deathmote, right? Bro, I've heard about you almost everywhere! It's so cool that I finally get to meet you!" 

Reducio
Austin's being so not-Hufflepuff here. lol. 

~A. Finch~

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Skyla had been siting in the back waiting for the lesson to start,and decided to draw to pass the time ,since it was care of magical creatures she drew a griffon ,and some others around it ,she had been trying to ignore everything as to not make anymore attention to this class ,or herself ,she knew nobody in the class yet and was afraid,so she tried her best to stay unnoticed ,after a while her silver eyes flicked upwards after hearing some shouting ,and she flinched at this ,she hated loud noises or shouting ,and didn't want to get involved in this in case she made it worst ,so she mumbled to herself and went back to the drawing ,soon finishing it and sighed ,she knew she would make no friends if she didn't make the effort,but at the same time she didn't want to be rejected like she was. She laughed it off quietly to try and calm Down her shaking body,which didn't seem to work.she frowned,she hated this but didn't want to go home either.she prefered it here than there.she thought , she was excited however to be in this class ,she loved animals after all. So she would try her best

"While there is life, there will be hope"
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