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Jennifer White
With great power...
Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:37
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Jen struggled to take Professor Wright seriously. He didn’t seem to have much self-belief, and she wondered how she was supposed to have faith in him when he couldn’t do that himself. Still his classes had so far been informative and not too taxing so she wasn’t complaining loudly. Or at all, in fact, as she made notes on the class and the homework assignment, and then joined the other students in beginning the practical aspect of the lesson. She scraped her chair legs back against the floor, pushing on the desk for leverage and causing that to shift forward half an inch, too. The tattered hems of her wide-bottomed jeans dragged across the floor as Jen trudged, shoulders hunched, to retrieve one of the wooden boxes. She took it back to her desk and stared at it for a bit.

The whole concept of magical locking and unlocking was odd, which the professor had sort of drawn attention to but not properly explained. Like, a witch could lock something with magic to keep Muggles out, and maybe could unlock non-magical fastenings with a spell, so those were suitable uses for the spells. It was just when both locking and unlocking spells were presented together, as they just had been, they did give the impression of making each other redundant. Also if magic Muggle safes redundant; a witch or wizard could just break right in, right? A catchphrase about power and responsibility drifted through Jen’s mind as she shook herself from her stupor of moral conflict and looked at the person next to her. “Partners?”

  • Unlocking your potential (Charms I-II).Professor Grayson Wright, Fri Jun 23 23:09
    In most ways, the Advanced classes were proving the hardest for Gray to adjust to teaching. For one thing, he was to some extent bluffing when he spoke confidently on the more, well, highly advanced... more
    • With great power... — Jennifer White, Thu Jun 29 10:37
      • ...comes lots of money?Connor Priory,Crotalus, Fri Jun 30 02:23
        Even though he hadn't made any close friends yet, Connor was liking school a lot...if he focused on that and not worrying about how his family was getting on without him. He had gone home for midterm ... more
        • Depends on the power, I supposeJen White, Thu Jul 6 14:47
          Jen had begun to unpack the box, taking out the fabric bag and the piece of card with a door cut into it (because it seemed to her like the card would be easiest to work with, then the fabric, and... more
          • "I was sort of thinking along the same lines." Connor replied, nodding enthusiastically. "Like it would keep out any younger siblings but not parents or older siblings. Unless you really have a lot... more
            • It happens sometimesJen, Tue Jul 25 14:30
              It was sort of reassuring that Connor had the same ideas about the homework assignment, but at the same time disappointing; if he’d have had an alternative viewpoint then it would have given Jen... more
    • It's too early for that kind of talkIsaac Song - Pecari, Sat Jun 24 20:36
      Isaac hated Charms, but it wasn't because it was boring or he hated Professor Wright or couldn't understand the material. It was because it was so incredibly early. Isaac and his whole family knew he ... more
      • You don't find it motivational?Zevalyn Ives, Aladren, Thu Jun 29 09:20
        Charms held a comfortable place among Zevalyn's classes. It was satisfying. You said a word or two, did a specific action with the wand, and magic! Something happened. It was the closest thing to... more
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