Alistair Hazelhurst
Because the power...is out.
Fri Mar 10, 2017 11:14
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Alistair still felt a little odd as the creeping little feeling behind his eyes grew a bit stronger as he tried to listen to the girl as she explained what the little critters were actually called.

Al nodded in response to the girls reply. "That makes sense. I just couldn't remember the name for the life of me." He pulled his wand out from his pocket as the tugging feeling behind his eyes started reaching a little closer. It was like how he felt every time he was in the same room as his mom, it was this sadness that he didn't want to deal with, but at the same time, he knew it was a necessary thing.

Al pulled his wand out at the girl’s suggestion and muttered the Cheering Charm incantation, reveling in the warmth that washed over his body as he aimed his wand down at the ground.

Her name was Remington, and she was a Draco. Al nodded when she said she knew he was in Cetus. “Right on point Miss Remington. My name’s Alistair, Alistair Hazelhurst. But you can just call me Al.”

As he said his name, he felt that sad little tug at the back of his eyes and turned around, noticing that a rock had sort of slid on the ground behind him. Al noticed that staring at the little rock made the tugging in his eyes a bit stronger, so he aimed his wand at it and quietly muttered the incantation. “Alarte Ascendere.”

The rock flew into the air, and as it did, he noticed that the rock turned into the strange little critter that the Professor had been talking about earlier. As it fell back to the ground he felt the tugging lessen behind his eyes stopped.

“Apologies for the sudden tunnel vision, I just felt one of those little buggers come a little too close.” Al gave her a small apologetic smile at that. He didn’t want to be rude to one of his classmates.

  • And I'm losing control - Remington, Sat Feb 25 16:45
    Remington looked up, vaguely recognizing the voice. She couldn’t quite place the name, but she knew he was a first year like her. She flipped through her brain and tried to figure out who exactly she ... more
    • Because the power...is out. - Alistair Hazelhurst, Fri Mar 10 11:14
      • Should someone turn on a light? - Remington, Sun Mar 12 21:38
        The cheering charm definitely helped, and she could feel the pogrebins losing all of their control immediately. It was perhaps doing its job too well. The anxiety she felt from being late to class... more
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