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Adrian Wolfe

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    "True," Adrian responded with a chuckle. His family wasn't definitely pressuring him to find romance. Heck, after what had happened with his former fiance, they were nearly as cautious as he was when it came to such matters. He was confident enough in his own charms, but he had never felt the desire to pursue intimacy for the sake of it. To face such pressures from the world was something he only vaguely knew. Adrian got the occasional reporter asking questions about why he was single, but most simply ran with the assumption that he was living the bachelor life. Even then, as his rise and fall
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    Professor Wolfe watched as the children completed the task. There were certainly a few bumps along the way, many a potential collision he had to prevent. That wasn't unexpected by this point of course, but he did find himself more exhausted than he normally would have been. Teaching was a passion, but definitely a tiring one. "Alright!" he barked, grabbing the students' attention. They all looked about as worn out as he felt, particularly the ones who had struggled with today's experience. But it was clear they had gotten the idea. "Time's up!" He looked over the group of first-years. So
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    Professor Wolfe watched as the children completed the task. There were certainly a few bumps along the way, many a potential collision he had to prevent. That wasn't unexpected by this point of course, but he did find himself more exhausted than he normally would have been. Teaching was a passion, but definitely a tiring one. "Alright!" he barked, grabbing the students' attention. They all looked about as worn out as he felt, particularly the ones who had struggled with today's experience. But it was clear they had gotten the idea. "Time's up!" He looked over the group of first-years. So
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    So it was a lost love. Adrian had to wonder what that must be like. The saying did go "better to have loved and lost", but judging by the toll it was taking on Chambers, that didn't seem a safe assumption to make. He had been in love himself once - or at least that's what he'd thought it was. He wasn't quite so trusting with romance these days. He didn't know well enough what his coworker's "usual" was, but it seemed like this was really getting to him. Perhaps if Wolfe opened up about his past experiences, it might ease the heavyness the conversation was bringing to the room. Or at the very l
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    "Nice to meet you, Harvey!" Professor Wolfe extended his hand to the new arrival. He only vaguely knew the older Gryffindor since he hadn't had him as a first-year, but the name rang a bell in his mind. The teachers who did have fifth-year classes (and the ones who'd taught Prewitt in previous years) had brought him up in conversation quite a few times. Apparently he and his best friend were the "Weasley Twins of the modern day," a prospect that the young professor found both hilarious and intriguing. The Weasley brothers had been legends by the time Adrian had attended Hogwarts himself and th
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    Professor Wolfe felt a shiver creep up his back as he waited by the dungeon entrance. This place had always set him on edge, even when he was a student himself. Especially when he was a student actually. The dark, musty halls had done their part in scaring a young detention-bound Adrian into better behavior. That was most of the reason he was standing here now. But he did have to admit the area still wasn't his favorite place to be. Terror had given way to mild discomfort, but it was uncomfortable nonetheless. He smiled at a few Slytherins that were heading to their common rooms, but the taps
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    Professor Wolfe was hovering above the field, expertly balanced on the handle of his Firebolt Ultimate. Once the fastest broom on the market, this model had taken the Wizarding World by storm after its predecessors the Firebolt and Firebolt Supreme. These days it was more of an old relic. A lot like me... he thought with a smirk. That thought would have made him sad once upon a time. Now it merely struck him as fact of life. He'd had enough trouble moving past those feelings though, and had no intention of stirring them up again. Still, while new models had long since come and gone, this was t
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    Professor Wolfe was hovering above the field, expertly balanced on the handle of his Firebolt Ultimate. Once the fastest broom on the market, this model had taken the Wizarding World by storm after its predecessors the Firebolt and Firebolt Supreme. These days it was more of an old relic. A lot like me... he thought with a smirk. That thought would have made him sad once upon a time. Now it merely struck him as fact of life. He'd had enough trouble moving past those feelings though, and had no intention of stirring them up again. Still, while new models had long since come and gone, this was t
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    "You'd be surprised." The professor chuckled. It wasn't all that long ago that Wolfe frequented places like this. Of course, the Leaky Cauldron was about the least shady of the places he'd used to frequent. "I do love the school. Saved my life, if I'm being honest. And teaching..." His eyes caught a dreamy glint. "Best profession in the world!" Once upon a time he would have said his old job was best. Indeed, a part of him still believed that. But there was something so exciting about watching a child mount a broom for the first time. Seeing the awe in their eyes when their world-famous teache
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    "Alright everyone!" Professor Wolfe clapped his hands. "Time to head inside. Clean up your stations and get your brooms back to the shed. And remember-" He thrust his own broom into the air, showing it off for every child to see. He did hope they had gotten something out of today's lesson, even if there had been a few interruptions. "The second rule of flying. Always give your broom proper care!"
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    "Alright everyone!" Professor Wolfe clapped his hands. "Time to head inside. Clean up your stations and get your brooms back to the shed. And remember-" He thrust his own broom into the air, showing it off for every child to see. He did hope they had gotten something out of today's lesson, even if there had been a few interruptions. "The second rule of flying. Always give your broom proper care!"
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    Adrian paused for a moment. He wasn't sure how much of his old life was really appropriate to share with a coworker. Though he was not a man of many secrets, he did have certain reservations when talking about his past. Mostly he just didn't want to turn people off by coming across as self-pitying. He hadn't left the castle much himself this winter. A quick and unpleasant visit to the family and the occasional trip for some promotion deal or other, sure. But he had spent most of his time in his boarding room at Hogwarts. There were lesson plans to write and Head of House duties to fulfill afte
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    Adrian looked up from his Beetle Berry at the sound of a familiar voice. It wasn't super familiar, as in he didn't know who it belonged to from merely listening, but it was one he had definitely heard before. A quick scan of the room was enough to identify the source. The kindly old Muggle Studies professor had made his way up to the bar. That man had been working at Hogwarts longer than Adrian, but the two had never had a proper conversation. Muggle Studies, after all, was an elective. None of his fliers were old enough to start picking their classes, so they were rarely in the same place at
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