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Connor
I suppose you're right, now that I think about it.
Mon Jul 17, 2017 18:43
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"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 of talent in which case it might work against people older than you that are supposed to be stronger. Also, that Muggleborns could use it against their non-magical family, but like at this point, would any of our spells last long enough to make it home to be worthwhile? I mean, yes, it's worth learning in that it's learning how to strengthen and control our magic in general and to get the basics down for later, but is there really any practical application for right now? Maybe keeping out roommates but I don't have any."

Connor briefly wondered what a roommate would be like. He hadn't really spent any time with Brett or Ryder but they both seemed cool enough. Would he be friends with them then? His mom hadn't ended up being real close with her roommate. Mom never really talked about anyone she went to school with actually, let alone keep in touch with them, other than Lily who was her cousin.

Of course, one didn't have to be roommates to be friends. After all, that meant anyone without one, like him, was doomed to be friendless and anyway, Aunt Chelsea's friends had been in other houses. The one of his mom's siblings that he knew was friends with their roommate was Uncle Evan. So, there was hope for Connor too.

It dawned on him then. "Maybe that's it. What I said about strengthening and controlling magic both in general and so we'll be better at it later?" The Crotalus suggested.

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