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  1. Adrian Wolfe

    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
  2. Adrian Wolfe

    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
  3. Adrian Wolfe

    "Welcome back!" the Professor's booming voice echoed across the field. A group of bleary-eyed first years looked back at him with less enthusiasm that he would have liked. Their first month of lessons had gone well, all things considered. The students had a solid knowledge of how to mount their brooms and steer around the basic obstacle course, and all but the least proficient of them could do it in a reasonable time too. Still, he had noticed a trend among the young fliers. Despite many an attempt to drill proper respect into their heads, they still treated the brooms with a certain level or
  4. Adrian Wolfe

    "Welcome back!" the Professor's booming voice echoed across the field. A group of bleary-eyed first years looked back at him with less enthusiasm that he would have liked. Their first month of lessons had gone well, all things considered. The students had a solid knowledge of how to mount their brooms and steer around the basic obstacle course, and all but the least proficient of them could do it in a reasonable time too. Still, he had noticed a trend among the young fliers. Despite many an attempt to drill proper respect into their heads, they still treated the brooms with a certain level or
  5. Harvey’s eyes were locked on the window, gazing blankly at the falling snow. January. The month held little significance for Harvey aside from the obvious “back to school blues.” Those hadn’t used to be a problem for him either since the fifth year did genuinely love his time at Hogwarts. This time though, his school duties were looming more ominously than usual. There were several textbooks open in front of him, a full pot of ink, and enough parchment to write a novel. Yet his eyes wouldn’t move from the window. Finals were important this year - only half a year away. Many of his fellow stude
  6. Maeve Johnson

    One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: First Year Transfiguration
  7. One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Fourth Year Transfiguration
  8. One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Fourth Year Transfiguration
  9. Maeve Johnson

    One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Third Year Transfiguration
  10. Maeve Johnson

    One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Third Year Transfiguration
  11. One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Second Year Transfiguration
  12. One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: Second Year Transfiguration
  13. Maeve Johnson

    One of the many perks to working at the school, rather than being a student, is that one is no longer required to wear the uniforms. That being said, Mae did not feel it was in anyone's best interest for her to flaunt this luxury in front of her students. Instead she opted for simple black robes, much like she had wore when she was a student. The only embellishment she allowed herself was a navy silk ascot which she tied so that the bow was tilted to her left side. At the front of the dungeon classroom she wheeled up a chalkboard. Upon it she scrawled: First Year Transfiguration
  14. Adrian Wolfe

    Professor Wolfe stood atop the West Tower, rubbing the final vestiges of sleep from his eyes. Morning classes had never been a successful venture for him even in his own school days. Children needed their sleep after all… as did grouchy old professors. Of course “grouchy” and “old” were not words that had ever been applied to the former Quidditch star. But “jubilant professor in his mid-twenties” would doubtfully elicit the same sympathy when it came to lack of sleep. Though to any onlookers (not that there were any so far up) the figure on the roof would have looked anything but tired. His ha
  15. Adrian Wolfe

    Professor Wolfe stood atop the West Tower, rubbing the final vestiges of sleep from his eyes. Morning classes had never been a successful venture for him even in his own school days. Children needed their sleep after all… as did grouchy old professors. Of course “grouchy” and “old” were not words that had ever been applied to the former Quidditch star. But “jubilant professor in his mid-twenties” would doubtfully elicit the same sympathy when it came to lack of sleep. Though to any onlookers (not that there were any so far up) the figure on the roof would have looked anything but tired. His ha
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