Rhiya
That's one word for it.
Thu Jan 26, 2017 01:07
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Rhiya waited semi-patiently as Raja pulled off a successful Wingardium Leviosa. “Nice job.” They only had to do this, what, another 30-40 times? She looked ahead eyebrows in dismay at how far they still had to go. Why did the Pitch have to be so large? She hopped on after Raja his eyebrows are gone, stopping at the next obstacle.

“Yeah, I’ll handle this one.”

She wiped away the sweat on her forehead with the back of her palm. It had been relatively cool when they got to the Pitch, but the sun was really baking the ground now. He only has like, half an eyebrow. Considering that the entire Pitch set up was underground, the third-year couldn’t understand why the weather had to be terrible. If she were in charge, she’d make sure every day was beautiful, with clear skies, a warm sun, and cool breeze. She’d heard that Professor Boot was responsible for some of the weird weather on the Pitch – and she was pretty sure he wasn’t officially in charge of the spells – so surely the administration could do something about him. He was so old, he was probably due for retirement soon anyway.

Rhiya handed the disc over to Raja, pretending to analyze the obstacle so she could avoid looking at his face. All she had to do was pull a box over the red patch so she and Raja could hop across. Simple enough. She pulled her wand out from her pocket and raised it in front of her. “Carpe…” she hesitated, then put her wand down and huffed. Eyebrows, eyebrows, eyebrows. She didn’t have much experience with the spell and she didn’t want to end up like Raja.

Wingardium Leviosa.” The box levitated with ease and floated over the red patch before landing on it gently. She’d use the other spell next time. It wouldn’t be smart to try it immediately – she needed to warm up first. “Let’s go.” Rhiya leapt over to the next patch of green and used Wingardium Leviosa again to tackle the next obstacle. When is he going to notice his eyebrows. Without pause, she went on ahead, only stopping at the next red patch to catch her breath. At least they were making good progress finally.

“All right. Do you want to give this next one a shot, or should I keep going?”

  • Fun though, right? - Raja, Tue Jan 24 00:21
    “Oh no, you fell?” Raja was far less concerned about the red-turned disc and more about the fact that she’d fallen over. “No worries about having to double back. You okay?” Rhiya didn’t seem hurt,... more
    • That's one word for it. - Rhiya, Thu Jan 26 01:07
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