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  2. True. Especially with marshmallows. Likes paperbacks books more than hardcover books?
  3. Australia. Would you rather be afraid of the dark or heights? (And not be afraid of the other)
  4. Sword
  5. Woad (#4D5B8A)
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  7. Great fortune - using the first definition of the word 1. chance or luck as an external, arbitrary force affecting human affairs. Would you rather go to Australia or to New Zealand?
  8. True. Canada is lovely, eh? True or False: Prefers hot chocolate to coffee.
  9. pirate
  10. Verdigris (#43b3ae)
  11. Disney (just had to. XD)
  12. True. I enjoy it just dont do it much. Need to. True or False: has been out of your country?
  13. Pencils so that I make correct my mistakes. Would you rather have great fame or great fortune?
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  15. Happy Birthday!!
  16. Happy birthday to the one and only Prof. Zenix James! Zee, hope you have an incredible day full of glitter (and maybe some snow)
  17. The Book Club are celebrating the many ways people experience the magic of the written word with the annual Harry Potter Book Festival. Three tasks worth 10 points each are released weekly and there are 90 points up for grabs in total. Get on over to the Book Club section of the main forum to join in. The deadline for week 1 is 11.59 PM HOL-time on Sunday 4th Feb. the Serpentimes is already gearing up for their next issue, themed around you, so get your article ideas in early. Check out the Dungeons for info Deadline: 15th March
  18. The easiest way to help out your house and show your lion’s pride is to earn points! There are lots of ways you can do this so you’re bound to find some that play to your strengths. In this post, I’ll give you a brief run-down of the regular point earning opportunities available to you. Whenever a new one opens up throughout the spring Term, I’ll post it as a reply so keep checking back! The first and most obvious is to take part in classes. Most classes will give you the chance to earn 60 points a month through homework and extra credit. If you take several classes (even if you don’t have the time for the maximum of 5 every term), those 60 points soon mount up to quite a tidy haul. Class sign-up opened on February 1st 2018 so remember to put your name down for the classes that interest you and get sending in that homework! (It’s always a good idea to keep an eye on the individual assignment deadlines so that you don’t run out of time or put too much pressure on yourself) The next are the creative projects offered by the Hol Library and art department. If you enjoy getting artsy or brushing up on your writing, have a look at current and past projects, as well as keeping an eye open for new ones. Finally there are the house newspapers. These are a great chance to earn plenty of points by writing about what interests you. If articles and reviews aren’t your thing, most also offer creative prompts and even the chance to submit your own puzzles, recipes, graphics and many other things. All of them have different windows for submitting so be sure to check The Great Hall on the Hol Forum and the Common Rooms for announcements from the editors of each (I’ll be doing my best to keep you clued up about the deadlines for all of them here too). The most important thing to remember is that whenever you have some spare time to get journalistic, you’re almost certain to find a home for what you come up with. Visit our own Paw Print: http://pp.gryff.net/ Slytherin’s SerpenTimes: http://holserpentimes.weebly.com/ Ravenclaw’s Alte Sententiam: http://altesententiam.weebly.com/ And Hufflepuff’s Wizarding Times: http://padfootsportkey.us/Wizarding-Times Throughout the term, there will be unique and exciting activities to take part in which will give you the chance to earn points along the way. Remember to check my replies to this thread for announcements and reminders about anything that might be occurring!
  19. The Book Club are celebrating the many ways people experience the magic of the written word with the annual Harry Potter Book Festival. Three tasks worth 10 points each are released weekly and there are 90 points up for grabs in total. Get on over to the Book Club section of the main forum to join in. The deadline for week 1 is 11.59 PM HOL-time on Sunday 4th Feb. There's still a little time to get Drabbles and Stories in for the next issue of the Alte Sententiam. Check out the posts in The Great Hall on the main forum for details. Deadline: 31st January the Serpentimes is already gearing up for their next issue, themed around you, so get your article ideas in early. Check out the Dungeons for info Deadline: 15th March
  20. I officially graduated college on Thursday January 25th (though I got the diploma way back in August)

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    2. Zach Jameson

      Zach Jameson

      Thank you guys!

    3. Shadow Gaunt

      Shadow Gaunt

      Congratulations Zach (even though I’m a bit late)

    4. Prof. Jenny Lupin

      Prof. Jenny Lupin

      Super late but CONGRATS!!! That's awesome!!! :D

  21. Innocent. Has accidentally spilled a drink on a book?
  22. A punching telescope. How about Draco Malfoy?
  23. Watch a movie. Would you rather use only pencils for the rest of your life or pens?
  24. True (maybe already have) Likes to bake?
  25. World
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