by The Raven Quill
Most traditions consider the fairies something magical to brighten up the holidays by placing them on our Christmas trees. Harmless and playful as these might be to look at in all their glorious colours, in the long run are they going to bring harm or good as they nestle inside our castle?
With dropping temperatures inside our forest the fairies migrated their way to the warmest spot nearby. Our castle is now homing quite the amount of fairies, but do we have the natural habitat for the fairies to live in? Little to our knowledge, how often does the fairy breed? If it’s all year round we may be in for a lack of fairies for we do not have the plantation available in the grand staircase nor the resources for food for them to stay nutritioned and lively.
What happens when the fairies start to lack the food intake they need, or breeding venues? What will these fairies do to start adapting? This could become quite the nuisance in the long run. The need to find solutions have to happen quicker before things take it’s toll and find itself out of hand for the situation.
Something to keep in mind is that the Ministry has been keeping a close eye on what has been happening at our school. Will the fairies be one more thing they may find posing a threat or something good that we would share our home to them? Who knows what the Ministry of Magic may construe with previous influences to make them want to enter our school and take control. I’d say act fast and contain the situation in whatever solution that may be.