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Harvey Gibson

"But-what? I just said that? Why does nobody listen to me?"

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a character in “Hogwarts: A Dark New Age”, as played by Kohananinja

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F U L LXN A M E
Harvey Gibson

N I C K N A M E (S)
Gibs (Common)
Eyebrows (Unfortunate)

B I R T H D A Y
August 11th

A G E
17

Y E A R
7th

S E X U A L I T Y
Oblivious Homosexual

E T H N I C I T Y
Caucasian

H O M E T O W N
Carridan's Crossing, Southern England

H E X
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S T Y L E
When not dressed in the typical school clothes or uniforms of Hogwarts, Harvey is usually found in comfortable jumpers and jeans. He likes classical clean cuts when possible, though an unfortunate byproduct of his education about Muggles, is that it has been done exclusively through music and movies from th 1980's, and it had clearly influenced some of his fashion tastes and what he experimentally thinks of as "trendy".

H E I G H T & W E I G H T
6'2, 183 lbs

A P P E A R A N C E
Tall, with hair and complexion that trend slightly ruddy, and expressive eyebrows that can most kindly be called "unique", Harvey is a boy who's never been able to hide what he's thinking. One look at his face, and everybody knows. Harvey isn't what anyone would call conventionally handsome, like his brothers often are, but he isn't exactly ugly either. It's a awkward middle ground of strong features mixed with an almost goofy quality that he has hated most his life, as people have a habit of not taking him seriously when he wants them to.


L I K E S
quidditch // receiving good marks // Max // raspberry sherbet // organization // laying things out // being a protector // muggle music // running // physical conditioning // charms // puzzles // strategy games // taking care of people // muggle movies // Peanut Butter // coffee // carrots // soup //

D I S L I K E S
divination // failure // geese // being compared to his siblings // messy spaces // feeling helpless // being disapproved of, especially by authority figures // games that are pure chance // arrogant people // toffee // beans // sour foods // feeling disconnected // peas // being mocked behind his back // feeling flustered


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Harvey has always been a little high strung, β€œspaz” an insult hurled his way on more than one occation. He likes things in order, for there to clearly be a plan action, his environment strictly structured. As a student, he’s competent, but prone to obsession about details, and his marks are hard won through effort, not natural academic aptitude. Harvey likes to be in control, which translates well in his leadership roles at school, but as an authority figure he’s used to being viewed more comically than as an actual figure to be feared, at least amongst his older peers in Gryffindor. He does take the role seriously however, and views himself clearly as an older brother and protector figure toward his house and team mates. He’s helpful to a fault, often barreling into things if he feels someone’s in need, and is often the one to inevitably volunteer to take on the annoying or tough job most would rather avoid, because someone has to. Occasions some of his cohorts will feel guilty enough to join in, but that’s usually a coin toss. Harvey has a reputation before being more serious, though often overlooked is his very dry and sarcastic sense of humor, which combined with his expressive nature, can make for quite the show for those who are aware, and know how to poke the bear just right.

Harvey dreams of one day accomplishing something on par with his older, more famous siblings, though he’s never really had a direct passion or hobby that he’s been able to throw himself at and succeed at the way they have. He’s only (generously) slightly above average academically, not musically gifted like Alastair, not nearly as creative as Maggie, and while quidditch is the closest place he’s found some modicum of recognition or success, he’s not nearly the unquestioned talent that Jon and Janet were. It is something that weighs heavily on Harvey, but despite this dream, he’s never been...flashy. He’s easy to overlook in a crowded field of strong talents or personalities. Even amongst his own grade and house, despite possessing most of the most quintessentially heroic traits associated with Gryffindor, he’s hardly the first one people think about. Cole and Cassie are the charming heartbreakers, Shane the aloof loner, Mac the adventurous prankster, Nemo the duelist with a tragic past, Isabeau the combative one overcoming prejudice, and Harvey’s just…Gibs...the spaz. Right or wrong, in his heart of hearts, that’s how Harvey sees himself too.




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H I S T O R Y
Harvey Gibson was born the 6th and youngest child of Keidan and Harriet Gibson, two pure bloods of unremarkable lineage or talent who settled down together in a small wizarding community in Southern England. The Gibsons, both being only children themselves, resolved they wanted a large family of their own, and so they did. Neither parent could have predicted though that their children would grow up to reach such staggering heights of success. Their first child Liam was a young wizard of prodigious magical talent, particularly in the realm of healing magic and potions, having invented a new cure for Doxy Fever before even graduating from his final year at Hogwarts. Needless to say he pursued a career in medicine, and works as one of the premier young doctors at St. Mungo’s in their infectious disease department. Next was Alistair, whose easy charm and jokester persona could not be more different than his serious older brother. Alistair was no less talented a wizard though, playing as a chaser for the Gryffindor quidditch team, and being remarked upon as an accomplished duelist as well. His real passion though, was music, and as their lead vocalist and song writer, formed the Hungry Hungry Hippogriffs with some of musically inclined friends. They were known for throwing wild underground concerts at Hogwarts, before taking off to great success with the band in the wizarding community. Currently HHH’s latest single is charting #3 on Wizard Weekley’s β€œWhat Hot” list. Then came the twins, Jonathan and Janet. Both were strong willed athletic kids from the get go, obsessed with quidditch, eventually playing competing seekers on the Gryffindor and Hufflepuff quidditch teams respectively. Their bickering rivalry at Hogwarts was legendary, a public persona that has spilled over to their successful careers in the Pro Quidditch League as well. Margeret, the closest in age to Harvey, was always a more creative soul, interested in all kinds of unexplored facets of magic or practices from wizard communitie in other parts of the world. Her research and artistic style gained quite a following as she published her research around Hogwarts in a publication that would come to be known as Mystical Mayhem Monthly; a popular hobby enthusiast publication that features human interest stories, how to exercises for experimental spells, and merchandise from up and coming magical entrepreneurs. She is often traveling abroad for her work, and was recently featured in Wizard Weekly’s Top Tens lineup on Britain Most Successful Singles.

Needless to say, Harvey grew up under a very long shadow. The Gibson name had become associated with so many things, talent, genius, charisma, but always exceptionalism. Gibsons went on to do great things, their legend at Hogwarts larger than life. And then there was Harvey, who was, to put it bluntly, painfully average when held up in comparison. The nickname β€œGibs” had seemed like a badge of honor when Harvey was younger, now at times it feels like a crushing weight, reminding him he hasn’t done anything yet, hasn’t become someone worthy yet of having his famous last name. Quidditch had always been a family pastime, most assuming he’d play seeker like his famous siblings. Harvey is no slouch on a broom, it was clear to anyone watching him play, that he was no seeker. Instead he plays as one of the team’s two beaters, a position less flashy that chaser or seeker, but vital all the same. He protects the team, which is a comfortable baseline he likes to operate from.

Starting his first year, and being sorted into Gryffindor, Havey made several friends, not least of which his best friend Coal, and the others who would become his fellow teammates. Mac taught him about the muggle world with music and things called DVDs, and Coal got them in trouble (though always seemed to be able to talk them out of it. They help to keep him grounded, despite their relentless teasing, but as his final year begins to draw to a close, Harvey can’t help but feel like his time is running out of time to make his mark, find his niche, who he really is. Havey has spent so much time trying to be perfect in some way, and live up to the standards and expectations of the Gibsons who came before him, maintaining good grades, becoming a prefect, working his way up to quidditch captain; that Harvey isn’t always in tune with his true self, and certainly not the parts of himself that contradict that idealized self image.



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B L O O DXS T A T U S
Pure Blood

W A N D
Poplar, 12 ¾’, Unicorn Hair, Surprisingly Springy

P A T R O N U S
Bear

H O U S E
Gryffindor

B O G G A R T
The version of himself he sees looking in the mirror.

F A M I L I A R
Red Panda: Max

S P E C I A L I Z E SXI N
Charms, Defensive Magic, Strategy Games

F A V O R I T EXC L A S S
Charms

T A L E N T S
Beater: The position isn't as flashy as chaser or seeker, but Harvey has an excellent arm, and a command of the field that helps him to keep tabs on his people, and the bluddgers off them.

Leadership: Despite the ribbing an teasing from his friends and teammates, Harvey does display many leadership qualities. He preps ahead, knows the field, understands his teammate strengths and weaknesses, and never asks them to do anything they aren't capable of, or wouldn't jump to do himself.

S T R E N G T H S
Strategic Thinking: Generally undervalued by his peers, Harvey has a knack for seeing the big picture of a situation, and figuring out how to navigate a path through.

Guardian: Harvey has a strong protective instinct toward the people around him. This can sometimes come off as overbearing or unnecessary, but no one can deny he's a bad sort to have at your back.

Moral Compass: Doing the right thing is often inconvenient. Harvey was made Prefect for a reason, as he is often the one staying behind to clean up the messes his housemates are prone to making. He's no snitch, but he's often the one catching flack from it. Similarly, when something is in need of doing, people are in distress, or there's just a monster workload of things that need someone to sort it out...it's usually Harvey who picks up the check.

W E A K N E S S E S
Particular: Harvey, in some regards, is a perfectionist. He makes a plan of action, draws up the step by step points to complete it...and when his friends inevitably deviate from that plan to just...wing shit...he can get very frustrated.

Spaz: Harvey's pretty much an open book when it comes to his feelings about just about anything. Between his expressive face, physicality, and general tenancy to mumble irritably, he's not a mystery to most people.

Inferiority Complex: It's hard to imagine how Harvey wouldn't have one to be honest. He wants so badly to measure up in some way to his siblings, but never really feels like he does.



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So begins...

Harvey Gibson's Story

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The smell of fresh smoke. The rumbling of voices echoed. The clatter of metal trollies scraping across the ancient station's stone brick floor, as well as the thudding of countless footsteps of first years. The old train station that secretly held the platform known as Nine and Three quarters was alive once again. First year students were mixed among the older students that were simply saying goodbye to their loved ones and got onto the train, as the young ones shed a few tears as they'd be leaving their wizarding parents or guardians for the first time.

Where were they off to? No other place than Hogwarts, the School Of Witch Craft and Wizardry. It was once the most popular wizarding school in the world, secretly tucked away in Scotland. Hidden away from Muggle knowledge, as well as the rest of the world, that was until May 2nd, 1999. A tragic event that shook the world by storm, The Batte Of Hogwarts. The Dark Lord, whatever else one may want to call him, Lord Voldermort who was once called Tom Riddle, and his band of Death Eaters and followers attacked the school simply for the last Horcrux, as well as Pure Blood Supremacy and to end all blood ties that weren't pure. But there was one thing that stood in his way, Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived and all the students that gave their lives to help defend the old school, and each other. But as years passed, the death of Voldemort and few of his underlings still hiding in the shadows, Hogwarts had since slowly come back to its former glory.

It has been two full decades since the Battle Of Hogwarts happened, and the reopening of the school. A handful of old professors returned to the school, as well as a few others. This would be a hopeful year for the students, as some are going for their last year, or their first year at the famous school. Students young and old said their goodbyes and slowly boarded onto the train.

That was two weeks ago...






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Jessie Carter
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The sun crested over the tips and walls of the ancient castle as the surrounding animals and wild life awoke with the rising sun. Most of the professors and staff were well awake for a few hours by the time came for the students to wake up and prepare for the day. After struggling to find themselves rolling out of bed, most half dressed by the time they hobbled into the Great Hall, still adjusting their uniforms, they split into groups for their respective Houses and sat down as they awaited for breakfast to be served with came in waves with varieties of food that would make any normal muggle salivate with a single smell. But for these students, it was all too common and familiar, almost immediately falling back into routine as they all woke up after finally getting some food into their bellies, well, some woke up faster than others.

Jessie was busy wiping the sleep from her eyes as she had fallen asleep far too late the previous night as the first few week gitters were still in her system. Even if it was her last year, she still felt a bit of anxiety course through her veins every year she came here, even if this was their second semester of this year. Some things just never changed apparently. But, some things did and some part of the young Slytherin could feel it. Something was off, ever since she stepped back onto the grounds, Hogwarts itself felt a bit off, even if the others didn't feel it. She was shaken from her thoughts as the tong of one of the first bells sounded, signalling they had thirty minutes left before they'd have to prepare for their morning classes.

All that the young blonde had on her mind to help distract herself from her thoughts was the fact that they'd be having a Quidditch game latter that day in the mid afternoon, with another one to follow later that night. First up would be Gryffindor vs Slytherin, and then Hufflepuff vs Ravenclaw in the later hours of the day. They'd still have time, and at least she'd have something to look forward to. Not that things were ever a bore, especially considering she had all her friends, things were just tense, and she didn't think anyone else felt it, and if they did, damn were they doing a good way of hiding how they felt.

Jessie was about midway through her breakfast as she looked around the crowd of students, busily digging into their food. Her eyes scanned for a specific face, one she still didn't see since she woke up. Tilting her head to the side as she spoke, "You haven't seen Cas either right?" she asked the platinum blonde male Slytherin and wrapped one of her arms around his shoulder. "Assuming they've overslept again, huh?" she said teasingly to Eden. Removing a small piece of paper from her cloak, she quickly wrote something down and after casting a short enchantment spell, she watched as the paper formed into a small paper airplane and quickly dashed out of the Great Hall and disapeared out of sight. "That should help wake them up a bit, don't ya think?" the Slytherin teased as she put her wand back away in her cloak.

Leaning back over to Eden, laying her head on his shoulder, "You ready to fuck up some Gryffindors later today, mate?" she said with a jovial smile as she let him go from her iron grip, making sure her voice would have been heard by a few certain students that sat down from them by only a few chairs. Casting a small wink at one of the students, a certain red haired, female Gryffindor, before looking back away to her fellow House mates and listened to their ramblings as they finished their breakfast.








Castiella Monroe
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The morning sun began to streak its way through the large, stain glass windows of one of the dormitories as multiple figures were still fast asleep in their beds. Being back to the old routine after only two weeks of being back for the semester hadn't full set in yet, and often times some students were still fast asleep as others were already down to the Great Hall for breakfast. It was only when a piece of paper that was shaped like a poorly crafted airplane was sent under the crack of the dorm door and found its target in the ear of a sleeping red head. "What the fuck..?" a soft voice mumbled as the figure that received the pointed end of the paper to their ear sat up grumpily. Rubbing the sleep from their eyes, Castiella un-crumpled the paper and quickly read it over, their eyes widened. "Oh shit! We're gonna be late, again! Shit!" they cursed, tossing the blankets off of them as they quickly jumped out of bed, taking a few pillows and tossed one each at the other three sleeping forms in their respective beds. "Kai! Lex! Elise! We overslept, again! Hurry up and get dressed or we're gonna be late...Well, later than we already are!" they shouted, bare feet stumbling across cold, hard wood floors sent them quickly running to find socks. Seeing as it was still just getting into spring, someone must have forgot to set the heater in the room to go all night, which would explain the cold air in the room.

Cas came back a few short minutes later as they had finished changing into their uniform as they finished up brushing their hair and applied as minimum of makeup as they could within a few short minutes. "They're gonna kill us if we're late like this again, already. Ya'll already know the drill. I take the heat for it and you get off as easily as they'll allow. Got it? Besides, they can't be too mad at us...We're only...thirty minutes late for breakfast, fantastic." their voice dipped off into a minor mumble as they checked their watch on their left wrist. Looking back up at the others that had finished getting dressed, "Alright, let's go already, bitches." they gestured as they flung the dormitory door open and began to make their way out of the room behind the other three, while struggling with their tie as the small group made their way to the Great Hall.

The small group stumbled down the halls as they tried to quicken their pace, they needed to get there for at least fifteen minutes. Cas would feel bad if they had made everyone late and had them miss out on getting their breakfast. The four exchanged small talk and jokes as they made their way towards the main archway to the Great Hall. "Monroe? A word, if you please?" a voice called out, which caused Castiella to stop and turn their head nervously to where the voice had called from. Cas gave a small wave and gestured with their hand to give them a moment. "Hey uh, you three go on ahead, I'll just be a moment." the Hufflepuff said with a small smile as they turned and made their way over to the figure that had asked to speak with them.

Castiella shambled over with a coy smile on their face, leaning against the wall, "Morning, Professor." Cas said nervously, ringing their hands together. "I trust you slept well, Castiella." the professor said with a chipper smile. Cas sighed as they rubbed their face, "How much trouble am I in?" preparing theirself for the worst. The old woman sighed, placing a gentle hand on the student's shoulder, "Just try to keep them in check, yes? This may be your last year, but Cas. You can't drag them down with you. It's your duty as an older student, the Quidditch Captain, and most importantly Prefect to be an example." Cas gave a small nod of their head, rubbing the back of their neck as they did so, "I know...I know. I'm sorry. Things are just, rough. You know. I'll try to be better, but I will have to take this next meeting off...If that's okay?" the old professor gave Castiella a small smile, "I understand. You don't need to apologize. Just, go get some food, maybe that will wake you up a bit." Cas gave the woman a smile, "Thank you, McGonagall. I owe you." they gave the headmistress a small nod and smile before turning and made their way back to the Great Hall, and found themselves making their way to where their friends were. Cas took their seat in the middle of two of their friends, "Boom..." Cas poorly imitated the sound of an explosion as they placed their head on their hands that were placed infront of her on the table, looking up at Lex, "They're gonna kill me one of these days, I can feel it...Or worse, gonna get expelled." Cas muttered teasingly before lifting their head from the table and placing it on Lex's shoulder as they sighed.






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Character Portrait: Jessie Carter Character Portrait: Eden Thomas Character Portrait: McKenna James Character Portrait: Shane Montgomery Character Portrait: Cassie Lightborn Character Portrait: Harvey Gibson
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Cassie Lightborn
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|Gryffinfor | Quarter Veela | #A7D3CF|


Cassie was way too excited to actually sleep well on her first night back. It had always been this way for her for every time she came back her. The red head was just always so ecstatic to see all her friends again and be in the halls of Hogwarts to really want to sleep and wait for the first official day back.

That was what the girl would miss most about being graduated from this place. She was going to miss all the people she could have a conversation with or all the intense Slytherin-Gryffindor quidditch games and yes, Cassie was even going to miss Harvey and his little breakdowns. So when it rolled around to six in the morning Cassie was already in her robes and sitting on her bed until it was a bit more of an acceptable time to bother people.

Immediately as sound could be heard throughout the entire area, Cassie pushed her way out into the common area, to which she hadn't even seen Shane quite yet. Her eyes continued to scan the room and so far she could spot her little sister and a few others, until she saw it. The furrowed in eyebrows, the lips pressed together almost as if they refused to talk, it was Shane and immediately she walked over to him and lightly poked his side.

"Mornin' knuckle head. Don't be too grouchy okay?" She said giving him a looking and wagging her finger in front of him before she walked off. She knew it was a bad idea to stay linger around him, so she ended up walking towards the great hall and grabbing a seat.

By the time most of the people were in the Great Hall, Cassie had been sitting between Mac and Harvey, and she was about to say something to them when she could hear a voice in the distance. She could feel the shift on her face as a grin spread across it.

"You wish you even stood a chance!" Cassie said loud enough for Jessie and Eden to hear her. Then she turned to Mac and Harvey.

"Did you guys put your names into the tournament?"

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Character Portrait: Jessie Carter Character Portrait: Eden Thomas Character Portrait: McKenna James Character Portrait: Professor Cameron Leahy Character Portrait: Shane Montgomery Character Portrait: Roan King Character Portrait: Cassie Lightborn Character Portrait: Harvey Gibson Character Portrait: Orion Abernathy
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McKenna James // Gryffindor// 7th Year Animagus // Location: Great Hall
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Mac hated Christmas. Not a popular opinion to have among her peers, but it was true. It had nothing to do with the weather, or decorations, or an abundance of grinchy tendencies, just that the holiday season hadn’t held a lot of cheer for her since Mac was ten. Christmas meant either empty halls in a too quiet castle, or awkward stilted silence with her mother in her boyfriend’s new townhouse. Living in the muggle world was like trying to fit herself into a skin that was too small, too itchy to keep on for long. It was claustrophobic, not to mention exhausting trying to play act at being something she wasn’t. It was a farce she’d never been able to keep up for long, and there lay the problem. Her mother never said it aloud, but Mac knew magic made her uncomfortable. Andy, Mac’s step father to be if she was reading the signs right, was a nice man, as average and muggle as they came. He had no clue what Mac was, nor had they ever really made it past the stilted pleasantries of near strangers enough for her to believe that was ever going to be a wise thing to change. Magic had ruined one chance at love and happiness for her mother, the least Mac could do was not sabotage her second. So mostly Mac just stayed at Hogwarts for the holiday, and no one ever protested too loudly, if at all. It was just easier for everyone that way.

Mac wasn’t alone at Hogwarts exactly, there were others even in her own house, like Coal and Shane, who usually stayed as well. But Shane was well…Shane, no amount of holiday misery bonding was really going to change that, and even Coal tended to be unusually...quiet. It was the only time of year Hogwarts felt cold to her, though Mac infinitely preferred staying in the only place that had felt like home to her in a very long time. Still, it left her antsy, anxious for a return to the usual noise and bustle of students in the castle. Excitement pent up during the weeks of their absence. So if Mac went a little overboard once everyone returned well...who could blame her really? Harvey apparently, as he gave her an impression of his best β€˜disapproving prefect’ stink eye as he blandly ate his oatmeal. They both knew who was behind the army of purple origami otters currently running amok across the Hufflepuff table, and her smug glance as she watched a few of her brave little minions nestling up into the dark curls of Roan’s hair did nothing to dissuade her friend's suspicions. Mac had been on something of a tear lately, not unusual for the first couple weeks back, but considering they had a game today, her focus was usually more single minded toward quidditch.

β€œFor the love of Merlin, please tell me that’s all you did.” Harvey groused with a sour look, watching as some of the otters started swimming figure eights in some of the goblets of unsuspecting Hufflepuffs, including their Care of Magical Creatures Professor, who had picked up a few to take with him to the staff table so he could examine them more closely. The far more amiable of the Leahy Professors seems to have befriended her little creatures, which...wasn’t really surprising given what she knew of the man. β€œNow?! Really?! We have a game today Mac, I think Professor Leahy might actually murder me if we lose.” Harvey hissed, appearing genuinely nauseous at the thought of reporting into their head of house should they not perform at their absolute highest caliber today. A quick glance at their DADA professor and her sharp green eyes burning a hole in Mac’s back was all it took to know that the head of Gryffindor had also pinpointed very quickly who was behind the lavender otter hoard menacing the Great Hall, though so far she’s made no move to stop it. Mac shot her a cheeky grin, which earned a golden brow raised in return. β€œGibs, I am shocked and offended by those hurtful accusations. How could you ever think me capable of such a thing?” Mac shot back a transparent denial. Coal’s snort was immediate, but he didn’t comment further.

β€œI would never-” Mac’s defense was suddenly cut off by a loud series of popping noises emanating from farther down the Gryffindor table, pink glittery foam bubbling forth from Orion’s bag, sticky and clinging stubbornly to anything it touched, namely the boy in question as it grew larger and began spreading out and up. β€œDo any such thing to someone we're playing against today…” Mac finished with a sour look of her own. She was going to have to tinker with the formula there a bit. That little present wasn’t supposed to go off until potions class.

β€œThe sparkles were a nice touch.” Coal added mildly. β€œMaybe a pinch of itching powder next time though to really give it some flare..” Mac’s eyes lit up at the suggestion. Now that was some helpful feedback, so not a total loss it seemed.

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Harvey Gibson // Gryffindor// 7th Year // Location: Great Hall
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Harvey’s eye honest to god twitched. This was it, today was the day they drove him over the edge. There was a nice padded room waiting for him in St. Mungo’s, because reining in this bunch was driving him insane! Between Mac’s antics, Coal cheering her on, and now Shane actively antagonizing the Slytherin quidditch team, there was never a moment’s peace. Cassie retorting back at the Slytherin team’s heckling was fair enough, but that was all it took for Cal to jump up in his seat no doubt prepared to start spouting a litany of taunts all his own, and Harvey had to physically yank him down by the shirt tail. β€œSit down and eat your breakfast. Protein go!” Harvey barked, and the younger Gryffindor chaser grudgingly complied, shoveling a whole slice of bacon in his mouth as he chewed with a pointedly grumpy look at the Slytherin table. Cal was a good kid, but a little excitable sometimes. Harvey didn’t need him doing something stupid to get tossed out of the game before it had even started.

As Cassie turned the subject to the tournament, Harvey’s demeanor became a bit more uncomfortable. Of course he’d signed up, how could he not? It was a proving ground only a handful of witches and wizards each generation were chosen worthy to even compete in. And there was the problem. Signing up wasn’t the same thing as being chosen. There was a part of him dreading the upcoming ceremony, that knew what the goblet’s decision was going to be. Harvey had never exactly measured up to the Gibson name, his famous siblings each shining stars in their respective fields. How was he ever going to look any of them in the face again after so public an admission of his inadequacies? Part of him didn’t even want to admit having signed up, plausible deniability and all that, but Cassie had asked, and he wasn’t going to lie about it either, so instead he just nodded, pensively taking another bite of his oatmeal.

β€œYeah, did you?” Mac replied to Cassie’s question cheerfully, and Harvey was glad to let her take over the conversation from there.

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Character Portrait: Jessie Carter Character Portrait: Eden Thomas Character Portrait: Castiella Monroe Character Portrait: McKenna James Character Portrait: Cassie Lightborn Character Portrait: Harvey Gibson Character Portrait: Coal Abernathy Character Portrait: Kiara Wright Character Portrait: Ryou, Seong-Min Character Portrait: Ophelia Prescott
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Ophelia Prescott
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|Slytherin | Pure-Blood | #BC7EB7|


Ophelia was always one of the last few people to come out of the commons room or to head to the great hall. It was overall safer for her instead of walking in the big crowds, or for her to go too early that if she tripped and fell no one would be there to help her back up. A sigh escaped from her lips as she brushed her hair for the hundredth time, just making sure it was smooth or just giving her something to do to let time trickle past.

She wondered what it would be like if she got the chance to live life normally. Go down to breakfast with her classmates at the same time, jab each other in the ribs, or even if she could fly on a broom perchance. It was all a heavy weight that she felt on her day to day life and there was no escape. Instead it was her lying in bed just watching something on Netflix that she downloaded the night before coming back to Hogwarts. But she only had so many episodes left before some of them would time out.

She would do this until everyone was up or majority of everyone was up, and then she would move on to opening her trunk and finding her robes, brushing her teeth and getting dressed. Lia would sit on the edge of her bed and just listen for the murmurs to calm down in the common room. She could always hear something, whether that was different conversations going on or it was people laughing out there.

By the time she started to walk out into the common room it was empty or relatively close to it. It felt lonely to say the least, and she could feel the pit in her stomach as everything was getting to her today. It was days like today that the coldness really settled into her bones and made her uncomfortable, Ophelia felt lost and angry with herself all in the process.

Her mother came to mind and she couldn't help but feel the bubbling anger that let her feel as though it was all her fault. She wanted to break something and then break down, but instead she just resorted to calming herself down one breath in a t a time.

The one truly helpful thing was the growl of her stomach that signaled she definitely wanted breakfast and she was going to go down to get it.

Ophelia left the room and began on her trek to climb up the stairs to get into the main part of the castle. She took her time as the last thing she would want to do is slip and fall back down on them. It has led her to be in so much more pain than she's felt in a long time.

As she came out from the dungeons she could smell breakfast and hear that chatter from all the students and she felt hopeful and happy for a moment. Hearing all the people and knowing she would get to interact with them for a few moments before they had to all waft out to class, was a nice feeling. She could feel semi normal in the great hall, and she was fairly sure that it was one of her favourite parts of the day, aside from just being curled up on the couch in the Slytherin common room.

As she entered the hall, she could see Cas over at the Gryffindor table and for a moment she found herself stuck watching them as they interacted with Shane. It stifled a bit of a laugh from her, and in some way Ophelia felt bad, but she was sure Cas wouldn't do something like that for no reason.

Walking over to the Slytherin table, she could hear her feet against the floor as she finally made it to the part of the bench Jessie and Eden were on and she sneaked her way onto the bench next to Eden and immediately placed her head on his shoulder. The pair were used to just leaning on each other whenever they were in class or in the great hall. It was either a way of saying hello or 'hi I'm mentally exhausted today.' in the moment Ophelia was both.

"What's the hot new gossip around here?" she questioned softly to both Eden and Jessie. She wanted to feel like she was part of the group and part of whatever was going on that she had briefly witnessed and missed for whatever reason.





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Cassie Lightborn
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|Gryffinfor | Quarter Veela | #A7D3CF|


Cassie was not surprised that the chaos began to rise at the Gryffindor table. Mac and Coal were awake and it would only be a certain amount of time until Kit got in on it as well. Cassie was actually being quite tame today all things considered, she knew sometimes her and Mac would plan little pranks during dinner just to watch Harvey's reaction. Which almost as if it were on cue or something, Harvey was having a reaction to this morning.

Now?! Really?! We have a game today Mac, I think Professor Leahy might actually murder me if we lose.” Cassie couldn't help but stifle a laugh as Harvey was scolding Mac a little bit.

"Dear naive Harvey, losing has never been an option for us. We're simply the best." Cassie said, trying to boast a little more as she looked directly at Jessie with the intention of hearing what she had to say. "I mean, especially when we play against Slytherin. They're destined to lose." It was in that moment that she could feel her heart race a bit more and to Cassie she's always chalk that up to just the rush of talking smack, but talking smack against Slytherin to Jessie was a different feeling entirely. Probably just because Jessie was her rival in almost everything and they fought about stupid shit all the time.

It was in that moment that Cassie watched as Cal was trying to get up in his seat to say something, but Harvey pulled him back down, β€œSit down and eat your breakfast. Protein go!”

Cassie gave Cal a light back on the back and leaned over and whispered to the younger Gryffdinor, "One day, I promise." She said with a small smile.

When Mac replied that she had put her name in and asked if Cassie had, she nodded her head. "Why of course I did. I love a good competition. Anything to prove I'm the best." The redhead said, showing a giant smile as she fake gloated about herself. If she couldn't try to boost her confidence up by any sort of means then what was she going to do?

It was at that moment that she noticed Cas was over at their table, and she had to blink her eyes for a moment, when did they get here? Cassie watched as Cas dumped water over Shane, and she did everything to hold back a giggle, so her hand was placed promptly over her mouth. As Cas left to go back over to the Hufflepuff table, Cassie gave them a high five.

"I will be back." Cassie said as she slipped out of her seat and headed over to the Slytherin table. She plopped herself down next to Jessie and began to pick up a piece of toast from her plate. "What did Shane do now? need me to accidentally send a bludger his way or something?" the redhead asked with a big grin before she took a bit of the toast that she stole from Jesie's plate.

"I think your toast is better than mine, at least you got that going for ya." She said teasing Jessie a bit. "Could probably just some jelly or something, is there any near by?"





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Kiara Wright
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|Ravenclaw | Half-Witch | #67A57F|


Kiara continued on with her reading of the article, she enjoyed reading about innovations and the way in which people were mimicking other innovations to create something entirely different. Instead though she continued on with her witty banter her brother had to offer.

The brunette could hear a small soft voice and it alerted her senses more than the yelling and stupid comments going around, those were normal, but a soft voice was not. Her eyes looked up to see Seong standing there and for a few moments she analyzed the student. She had seen a little bit of Seong, but she hadn't fully introduced herself or gotten to know her.

Kiara felt it was better to make friends with someone you don't know because you never know what they could offer or you never know when you'll need the bridge. Besides maybe she'd be a good source for her blog posts about all things drama.

"Of course, it would be my pleasure to have you sit beside me, Seong." Kiara spoke with a smile on her face and gestured to the seat next to her.

"How are you this morning? Finding everything okay?" She asked.

She could hear all the commotion going on down by the Gryffindor table, and she just rolled her eyes. She did think there was some humour to it, but if she was caught in stuff like that and her parents found out, it would be game over. Kiara just stayed out of trouble and continued on with her own stuff.

This did mean though that Kiara was trying to keep an ear open, she had been listening to everything in hopes that maybe there was some sort of scandal going on or something that would be newsworthy. She would have to talk to Eden more to get insight later, perhaps she could steal the seat next to him in potions.