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Professory Pye
Darlings, you've got to let me know... [tag: Jax]
Wed Jan 18, 2017 21:07
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Even though John didn't seem to be entirely too excited about sitting down with Jax to talk about things and seemed to be perfectly content living with the werewolf without any further discussion, Alfie knew that he would need to bring Jax in anyway and he stressed the importance of Jax needing to know John knew and both of them needing to be comfortable with each other with this new secret between them.

So, that evening after dinner, he sat the two sixth year dorm wizards down and looked at them, Jax who was a fifth year somehow looking older than John, a sixth year. "So," he said. Healthy, honest talks were so not his forte. He regretted Jax not being placed in Teppenpaw again. "John came to me this afternoon, he had a hypotheses," Alfie explained, using John's words. "And he wanted to confirm it."

He looked to John--did he want to tell Jax he knew? Or should Alfie? Maybe Jax would appreciate it more from Alfie. The Defense Against the Dark Arts professor wasn't sure if John would phrase it in a delicate enough way. "He knows you're a werewolf, Jax," he said. "And he says he's not worried." Again, he resorted to using John's words but only because he didn't want to misrepresent how John felt about the situation. It had been a very odd conversation early and he wasn't even sure if he had understood most of it himself.

"So, er, I guess," he shrugged his shoulders and leaned his hands back against the desk he had been sitting on. He'd felt it too formal and intimidating if he sat behind the desk like he'd done with John--Jax might think he and John were ganging up on him. Sitting on the desk felt more casual and friendly and, hopefully, would open the young wizards up for discussion. "I guess, it's to you boys now?"

  • On to even worse things?John, Tue Jan 17 17:54
    John was not surprised when Pye agreed with his siblings and Clark and, though Pye did not know it, Joanie that asking Jax to allow John to stick some syringes in him and yank some of his hair out by ... more
    • Darlings, you've got to let me know... [tag: Jax] — Professory Pye, Wed Jan 18 21:07
      • Darling? Can I just not show?Jax Donovan, Thu Jan 19 15:42
        Jax was a bit confused as to why he was being asked to see his Head of House that evening. He tried to recall if he missed one of the assignments while he had been ‘sick’ but he was fairly certain... more
        • I'm not sure I even want to know.John Umland, Thu Jan 19 17:46
          Pye was being annoying. As far as John was concerned, the issue was settled: John did not want to talk to Jax about the problem that didn’t exist, Pye insisted that they must talk to Jax about the... more
          • I cannot blame youJax, Thu Jan 19 19:26
            Jax hadn’t really directed his question at anyone in particular, but rather, just spoke it out into the open and hoped to receive a reply. He was a little hopeful that Professor Pye would just tell... more
            • As soon as he stopped talking, John started feeling like a bad person. He could not entirely help how he spoke, but he could have made the rhythm even more irregular in the service of keeping the... more
              • Not to interrupt the progress, but...Professory Pye, Mon Jan 23 15:52
                Alfie felt a bit bad not responding right away when Jax looked to him first to confirm his status in staying at the school, but he had been a little bit thrown. Naturally, the fifth year felt it was... more
                • Recognizing subtle speech tones was not something John had any particular skill for, but even he could tell that Pye had not registered his light sarcasm. Fantastic. Just what this meeting needed,... more
                  • Based on the reactions that he received from John and Professor Pye, Jax thought that his comment was misunderstood. He knew that John was letting him stay in the room now but anything could happen... more
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