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A SECRET WAR BREWING

Danger is not always so apparent. Sometimes, the worst of threats come from corners where it is least expected. This is all too true now, while a secret war brews within the castle. The beginnings were subtle. A small handful of Ravenclaws wearing large, strange hats. It not only seemed innocent enough, but even endearingly…

Cupid’s Corner

Tired, tired, I’m getting tired, my love. Waiting, waiting, always waiting, my dove. Another year, another tear, and still nowhere near. Your face, your heart, the revoltingly beautiful smell (and taste) of your fart. Feel, feel, the gingery feel, my love Aching, aching, my heart is aching, my dove. Its just a game of cat…

Who or what is Edna

By Jayden Lukas Additions by Saffron Foxclaw First there were the missing mandrakes. Now it would seem that the greenhouses have been under renovation for a new resident. Who exactly is Edna? Why would they possibly need such lengthy renovations to accommodate her. Since Herbology deals with the study of plants perhaps Edna is not…

OBITUARIES II

by Dottinous Foul A wise spider once told me that if you judged a tarantula by its ability to eat a wizard, it will spend its entire life thinking it’s an idiot. Ok, so this quote was taken from somebody else, but it has the same meaning. That’s because the tarantula is not like the…

OBITUARIES

Written by Dottinous Foul, Ravenclaw Spiders are the real reason Hogwarts still stands. Little by little, each intricately woven web seams each stone together, ensuring that our castle does not plummet into the depths of the black lake, where death is imminent. I know this – they told me so themselves. However holding an old…

THE LORD OF THE PLANTS

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! Et cetera, et cetera. Basically the Mandrakes have been found… Well, not necessarily found. Today we received a message from Professor Damon informing us that the stolen Mandrakes have been returned anonymously. Aside from a little dehydration, they are none the worse for wear. But a question remains: who did…