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  • Birthday 10/22/2005

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  1. 1. Education For All Students - All students will have education about werewolves included as part of their course from their first year of schooling. These classes will cover how to protect themselves and their friends from werewolves without hurting the wolf, as well as honest education about what it is like to be a werewolf to help with destigmatisation, and how they can help any of their friends who may have lycanthropy. 2. Mental Support For Werewolves & Affected Students - Being a werewolf can be mentally difficult, and so all students with lycanthropy will have unrestricted access to a trained team of mental health professionals who can help them with these issues. These resources will also be available to students who may have friends or family who are werewolves, or who have encountered or had other experiences involving them. 3. Free Wolfsbane Potion - All werewolf students are entitled to free Wolfsbane potion, if they can not afford it themselves. 4. A Safe Space For Full Moons - A safe space will be provided for werewolf students to transform during the full moon, keeping them away from harm, each other, and other unaffected students. 5. Important Dates Scheduled Around The Moon Cycle - Important dates such as exams and balls will not be scheduled during a full moon, to ensure that all students with lycanthropy can get the most out of their education, and not miss important days due to their condition.
  2. My first port of call would be to try and find a secluded and secure place I could go to, away from people, where I wouldn't be at risk of hurting anyone, much like is done with the Shrieking Shack. Failing this, I would do my best to calmly and carefully let anyone who might be around me on the night of the full moon know about my condition, which would be a scary thing to do, but would be the best way to help them protect themselves - they are far less likely to deliberately get in my way if they know the situation, and might be able to help me come up with another idea!
  3. Hey folks, it's Larry Weatherman here with your daily weather broadcast. Whilst the temperature will be dropping overnight, the skies should remain clear - no rain or fog are expected, so if you do see any mists, stay clear, as there's likely some dementors nearby. Tomorrows national Quidditch league final seems to be set on a perfect day, with the winds keeping low but the temperature staying low enough to keep our players cool in the skies. They may see a little drizzle, but we know our teams, and I'm sure that won't stop them. Up in the northern parts of Scotland, there may be even more rain than normal, so please take care if you choose to use the weekend for garden de-gnoming.
  4. My invention is a small metal sphere called a Nubis Imperium (Latin for 'cloud control'). When it is turned on, the sphere unfolds into a rectangular control board, and creates what looks like a small cloud, which floats above the users head when in use, and is stored in the sphere when not. The rectangular control board has a series of symbols, such as clouds and raindrops, and when the witch or wizard touches their wand to one of the symbols, that weather begins to come from the cloud. The board can they be folded again and stored as a sphere until they wish to change the weather or stop using the cloud.
  5. I think I would prefer the Hogwarts Great Hall approach, and have the office weather mirror what is really happening outside at the time. I do love sunshine, but I constantly find the reflections of the sun in windows very annoying, and often end up closing the curtains anyway. I also like rain, but I'm not sure I'd want to be surrounded by the noise of it constantly, or it would lose its beauty and just become extremely annoying! I also think not being 100% sure what the weather is going to be is part of the fun, and being able to set it to whatever you like is great, but I'd personally prefer to have it be up to fate.
  6. Chocolate Brownies: Ingredients: 185g unsalted butter 185g best dark chocolate 85g plain flour 40g cocoa powder 50g white chocolate 50g milk chocolate 3 large eggs 275g golden caster sugar Instructions: 1. Cut the butter and dark chocolate into small pieces and put them in a large bowl. Melt them together, either in short bursts in the microwave, or over a pan of boiling water, and then leave to the side to cool slightly. 2. Turn the oven on to 180 and grease a square tin ready to bake in. 3. Sieve the flour and cocoa powder into a bowl. 4. Cut the white and milk chocolate into small pieces. 5. Put the eggs and caster sugar into another bowl and whisk them together. 6. Add the melted dark chocolate mixture into the eggs and sugar and fold it in. Add in the cocoa and flour mixture and fold it in. Finally, add in the white and milk chocolate chunks and mix them evenly through. 7. Pour the completed batter into the tin and bake for 25 minutes. Then, remove it from the oven and allow it to cool.
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  8. Of course, this and many more adventures are what has led to my international fame, but with that fame comes a heavy level of responsibility. A responsibility that I have always been able to fulfil - keeping up seemingly impossible good looks. Whilst most of what you see on the covers of books, magazines, newspapers, and in photos is, I must admit, entirely natural charm, there are some magical creations I would recommend to others wishing to emulate my own charisma. The most notable of these is Sleekeazy's Hair Potion - a recipe I am sure many of you are familiar with. It is a little known fact that my father was actually a crucial contributor to the creation of the potion, and that is no doubt why it is so effective for my personal use.
  9. Having learnt so much about my own escapades already, I'm sure it will surprise very few of you to learn that in 1998, it was in fact I, Gilderoy 'Duelling-Champion' Lockhart, who cast the final blow in the defeat of Lord Voldemort at the Battle of Hogwarts. I had spent many years leading up to our final match working behind the scenes, watching and learning his patterns, so that when the moment was right, I could strike. I had been collaborating with the faces of the fight against evil the entire time, guiding them with information only I could work out, and on that fateful May day, I stepped out from the curtains to cast the curse that ultimately saved the wizarding world.
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