So I found two players. Joe is a fifth-year, swift and tall, great for a Keeper. The second is a third-year girl, Kelly. I have never met anyone so tiny and quick to change in my life. When I told her she would make a perfect Seeker, she laughed so loudly the windows nearly broke and then she suddenly looked all serious and said she’d love to.
Two down, four to go. Continue reading “CRS: “A Useless Bunch of Flobberworms””
When the Battle of Hogwarts ended the Second Wizarding War in May 1998, many students and teachers found themselves standing in the ruins of a once proud castle and wondered, What do we do now? Continue reading “Stellarian Newspaper: After the Battle, When Hogwarts Stood Torn”
If I hadn’t seen it before with my own two eyes, I never would’ve believed how amazingly unaware some wizards and witches are of Muggle popular culture. I mean, Star Wars is only one of the biggest franchises the world has ever seen, right, why would you pay it any attention? Continue reading “CRS: A Near Miss”
The Haremoon ghost is certainly one of those who were mostly forgotten until the unlooked-for spotlight found them. Hidden away, sociable but usually alone, known to only a small group of people, Edgar Cloggs is… well, he’s Edgar Cloggs. The ghost that hangs around the Quidditch pitch all day, every day, for as long as anyone – alive or dead – can remember. Continue reading “Edgar Cloggs: Dead or Alive, He Shall Fly”
Among the best-known names of Haremoon alumni, none shines more brightly than that of Nina Coruscant. Originally a quite ordinary Hufflepuff student, Nina found herself caught up in a series of events that eventually aided her in establishing one of the most important legal documents in the wizarding world. Continue reading “(In)Genius Minds: Statue of Secrecy”
So I talked to them both, the Hufflepuff girl (Elsa) and the Gryffindor boy (Nick). They are nice, but quite honestly, I don’t think me and Elsa are going to be friends. She’s all weird and makes fun of me (and others, too) and already formed some girl-bond with another Haremoon student. Continue reading “CRS: Finding Friends Is Difficult”
Haremoons tend to be viewed as one of the ‘good’ houses of Hogwarts – people usually do not hold the same judgemental opinions on Haremoon students that the Hufflepuffs or Slytherins have to deal with. There are, however, some names that are regarded as tiptoeing along the edge between unacceptable and acceptable. One of them is Iniquina Luminare. Continue reading “(In)Genius Minds: Apparition”