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posted 1 year ago + 9 notes
Name: Scorpius Malfoy ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Fifth. ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood.
Personality:

Scorpius is an enigma; there is no other way to describe him. He used to be the mirror image of his father, blonde hair, glacial features, a cold exterior that most certainly did not match his interior. However, as he grew into himself, the similarities became less apparent. His hair became darker, his features became less apparent of his father and more of his mother, and he lost the dark, cold appearance that white blonde hair and dark brown eyes can give. As his appearance changed, so did his personality. Less reserved and quiet than he was before, Scorpius now almost verges on social. However, he still would prefer to spend time to himself doing things in solitude than being with other people. He also can be quite arrogant at times, but his arrogance does not stem from his birth or his blood. It stems from his innate ability. If he is entirely certain of his superiority in Potions, why shouldn’t he flaunt it? He inherited his mother’s patience and perseverance, possessing a calmly insistent drive to reach whatever goals he sets for himself. Scorpius has never come across a challenge that is insurmountable…aside from the fact that as soon as everyone knows his last name, they know who his father is and about his father’s involvement in the War. He is branded by shame that is not his own, and because of that, he is instinctively distrusting and suspicious of society, a bitter spin to how he views the world. It takes him a while to develop friendships because of this, but regardless, he has managed. He will always manage.

Relationships:

Determined to do right by his son, Draco made sure that Scorpius did not fall prey to the arrogance that seemed to be inherited from father to son in the Malfoy family line. Taking a very active role in raising his son, he exposed Scorpius to a vast array of fields and interests, giving the young boy a plethora of talents. Extremely close to the patriarch of Malfoy manor, Scorpius’ biggest fear is disappointing his father. He strives to make the other proud, to bring the rare, warm smile to the lips of the elder man. However, there still was an aspect of fear between the two of them. Scorpius was always a curious child, and when he heard the story of his father and his involvement in the Second War, naturally he thought it was not true. Draco Malfoy, to Scorpius, was impossible of doing wrong, of being incorrect, of causing others pain. However, when he brought it up with him, Draco turned on Scorpius in anger for the first time in the young boy’s life. From then onward, he regarded his father with a constant, muted level of fearful admiration. Draco also instilled in his son a need to be better than the majority — most specifically, a need to be better than the Potters and the Weasleys. Rose Weasley is his biggest competitor academically, and the two of them are always butting heads, regardless of the girl’s sweet temperament, vying to be top of their class. Their rivalry, however, is bittersweet and playful. Rose is hardly capable of an emotion so corrosive as hatred; they’ve established almost a weird sort of camaraderie. It’s almost as though the ultimate trophy must go to either Rose or Scorpius, not anyone else, and they will fight anyone else who tries to enter their race to the finish with shocking unity. However, Albus Potter…is a bit more complicated. The two of them don’t get along at all, their temperaments clashing over much more than schoolwork. They’ve wormed their way underneath each other’s skin, and there’s no going back. Scorpius hates Albus with as much fervor as their fathers detested each other at school…or does he?

FC: Niclas Gillis ❖ Status: Taken❖ Roleplayer: Melanie ❖ URL: link
  • Name: Scorpius Malfoy ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Fifth. ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood.

Personality:

Scorpius is an enigma; there is no other way to describe him. He used to be the mirror image of his father, blonde hair, glacial features, a cold exterior that most certainly did not match his interior. However, as he grew into himself, the similarities became less apparent. His hair became darker, his features became less apparent of his father and more of his mother, and he lost the dark, cold appearance that white blonde hair and dark brown eyes can give. As his appearance changed, so did his personality. Less reserved and quiet than he was before, Scorpius now almost verges on social. However, he still would prefer to spend time to himself doing things in solitude than being with other people. He also can be quite arrogant at times, but his arrogance does not stem from his birth or his blood. It stems from his innate ability. If he is entirely certain of his superiority in Potions, why shouldn’t he flaunt it? He inherited his mother’s patience and perseverance, possessing a calmly insistent drive to reach whatever goals he sets for himself. Scorpius has never come across a challenge that is insurmountable…aside from the fact that as soon as everyone knows his last name, they know who his father is and about his father’s involvement in the War. He is branded by shame that is not his own, and because of that, he is instinctively distrusting and suspicious of society, a bitter spin to how he views the world. It takes him a while to develop friendships because of this, but regardless, he has managed. He will always manage.

Relationships:

Determined to do right by his son, Draco made sure that Scorpius did not fall prey to the arrogance that seemed to be inherited from father to son in the Malfoy family line. Taking a very active role in raising his son, he exposed Scorpius to a vast array of fields and interests, giving the young boy a plethora of talents. Extremely close to the patriarch of Malfoy manor, Scorpius’ biggest fear is disappointing his father. He strives to make the other proud, to bring the rare, warm smile to the lips of the elder man. However, there still was an aspect of fear between the two of them. Scorpius was always a curious child, and when he heard the story of his father and his involvement in the Second War, naturally he thought it was not true. Draco Malfoy, to Scorpius, was impossible of doing wrong, of being incorrect, of causing others pain. However, when he brought it up with him, Draco turned on Scorpius in anger for the first time in the young boy’s life. From then onward, he regarded his father with a constant, muted level of fearful admiration. Draco also instilled in his son a need to be better than the majority — most specifically, a need to be better than the Potters and the Weasleys. Rose Weasley is his biggest competitor academically, and the two of them are always butting heads, regardless of the girl’s sweet temperament, vying to be top of their class. Their rivalry, however, is bittersweet and playful. Rose is hardly capable of an emotion so corrosive as hatred; they’ve established almost a weird sort of camaraderie. It’s almost as though the ultimate trophy must go to either Rose or Scorpius, not anyone else, and they will fight anyone else who tries to enter their race to the finish with shocking unity. However, Albus Potter…is a bit more complicated. The two of them don’t get along at all, their temperaments clashing over much more than schoolwork. They’ve wormed their way underneath each other’s skin, and there’s no going back. Scorpius hates Albus with as much fervor as their fathers detested each other at school…or does he?

  • FC: Niclas Gillis ❖ Status: Taken❖ Roleplayer: Melanie ❖ URL: link


posted 1 year ago + 5 notes
Name: Ted “Teddy” Remus Lupin ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Seventh Year ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood
Personality:

Teddy inherited his father’s kindness and steadfast nature. He is calm and collected, always offering levelheaded advice to anyone that needs it. He’s got a huge heart that beats for everyone; he is able to empathize extremely well, and he is very understanding. He’s also very focused. When he found out that he was a Metamorphmagus like his mother, he didn’t do anything until he figured out how to control it entirely. He is very guarded with his emotions, and if his hair were to turn purple every time he was embarrassed, that would be kind of a give away. However, his persistence leads to stubbornness, which of course, came from his mother. If he wants something, he’ll do everything in his power to get it. He’s not the type of person that just gives up on things; the idea is unfathomable. It applies to everything in his life: his education, his adoptive family, and, of course, Victoire. He may be a man of few words, but whatever he says counts. And although he’s responsible and a true believer in rules and regulations, he doesn’t act as though he has a stick up his arse. He can have fun and let loose. The multi-faceted nature of his personality lends itself to him being fairly popular, but Teddy doesn’t really want that. He’s more of a solitary person, needing only a few close friends to get by. But he doesn’t have a rude bone in his body, so of course he’ll be friendly to anyone who offers him that kindness.

Relationships:

Teddy’s closest to two people: his Grandmother and Victoire. Andromeda Black raised her grandson with a firm, but gentle hand, being everything that a mother should. She is his only connection to his parents, or rather the only direct familial connection. And though Mr. Potter is his Godfather, he only feels comfortable asking his grandmother about his parents. Being orphaned so soon after his birth has always had him wondering about what they would have been like, of whether they would like him, of whether he would be any different if they raised him. However, he is close to the Potters and the Weasleys, being raised around all of them. He is extremely protective of his godparents’ children, being the eldest of all of them, and he feels that he must repay Mr. Potter for being so kind to him by making sure no harm befalls his children. He was always a quiet child, and his quietude then led to him guarding his emotions as a young adult. Victoire is possibly the only person who can truly get him to open up. Staring as childhood best friends, they slowly developed feelings for each other, which culminated in Teddy kissing her on their train ride home in their fourth year. However, although Victoire is his best friend and quite possibly the love of his life, no one manages to piss him off more. The two of them are either drowning in happiness or at each other’s throats. She’s gotten under his skin, just as he has. Teddy sees how she revels in the attention she gets from other guys, which makes him wonder if he will ever be enough for her. The doubt and uncertainty builds to frustration because Victoire can never seem to make up her mind when it comes to him.

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  • Name: Ted “Teddy” Remus Lupin ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Seventh Year ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood

Personality:

Teddy inherited his father’s kindness and steadfast nature. He is calm and collected, always offering levelheaded advice to anyone that needs it. He’s got a huge heart that beats for everyone; he is able to empathize extremely well, and he is very understanding. He’s also very focused. When he found out that he was a Metamorphmagus like his mother, he didn’t do anything until he figured out how to control it entirely. He is very guarded with his emotions, and if his hair were to turn purple every time he was embarrassed, that would be kind of a give away. However, his persistence leads to stubbornness, which of course, came from his mother. If he wants something, he’ll do everything in his power to get it. He’s not the type of person that just gives up on things; the idea is unfathomable. It applies to everything in his life: his education, his adoptive family, and, of course, Victoire. He may be a man of few words, but whatever he says counts. And although he’s responsible and a true believer in rules and regulations, he doesn’t act as though he has a stick up his arse. He can have fun and let loose. The multi-faceted nature of his personality lends itself to him being fairly popular, but Teddy doesn’t really want that. He’s more of a solitary person, needing only a few close friends to get by. But he doesn’t have a rude bone in his body, so of course he’ll be friendly to anyone who offers him that kindness.

Relationships:

Teddy’s closest to two people: his Grandmother and Victoire. Andromeda Black raised her grandson with a firm, but gentle hand, being everything that a mother should. She is his only connection to his parents, or rather the only direct familial connection. And though Mr. Potter is his Godfather, he only feels comfortable asking his grandmother about his parents. Being orphaned so soon after his birth has always had him wondering about what they would have been like, of whether they would like him, of whether he would be any different if they raised him. However, he is close to the Potters and the Weasleys, being raised around all of them. He is extremely protective of his godparents’ children, being the eldest of all of them, and he feels that he must repay Mr. Potter for being so kind to him by making sure no harm befalls his children. He was always a quiet child, and his quietude then led to him guarding his emotions as a young adult. Victoire is possibly the only person who can truly get him to open up. Staring as childhood best friends, they slowly developed feelings for each other, which culminated in Teddy kissing her on their train ride home in their fourth year. However, although Victoire is his best friend and quite possibly the love of his life, no one manages to piss him off more. The two of them are either drowning in happiness or at each other’s throats. She’s gotten under his skin, just as he has. Teddy sees how she revels in the attention she gets from other guys, which makes him wonder if he will ever be enough for her. The doubt and uncertainty builds to frustration because Victoire can never seem to make up her mind when it comes to him.

  • FC: andrew garfield ❖ Status: Open  Roleplayer:  N/A ❖ URL: link


posted 1 year ago + 1 note
Name: Lucy Weasley ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Fifth  ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood.
Personality:

Where Albus’ sortment into Slytherin had been an absolute surprise to the family - Lucy’s sortment had not been. With ambition literally crawling from every pore in her small body, she has never been afraid to go for something she wanted. Whereas Molly liked to play by the rules of the family in order to gain her respect, Lucy preferred to get it in other ways. Rebellious to a point with her parents, she hates being tied back, especially when it comes to classes. The last place she usually wants to be is stuck in a classroom for more than an hour, the lessons only holding her attention for so long that she begins to grow tired. It’s not that she isn’t smart, because she is, incredibly so - she just finds school in general a complete waste of time. She flies by in her classes with decent enough grades that it’s come to the point that most professors don’t bother her when she seems to be zoned out, or clearly not paying them any mind, because somehow she gets the points on her own in the end. Lucy might not put much effort into her schooling, but that doesn’t mean she has no drive. Once the girl has found something that fascinates her, she tends to drown herself in it, learning all that she can until every known fact is memorized. She can learn very easily… just as long as it’s something she wants to learn. Determined and cunning, Lucy has nabbed the title of Prefect for her year from her natural talent of being a leader, and she hasn’t disappointed the Head of her house or her classmates since given it. She loves having the power, loves having the authority, and loves letting people know that you don’t have to be some stuck up snob that’s top of their class in order to do something with your life.

Relationships:

She likes to joke around and say that her older sister, Molly, is her arch nemesis, and although it obviously isn’t true - there are days where it seems like it could be highly likely. The two are complete polar opposites from one another, Molly the angel of the family and always kissing up to her parents in order to get what she wants - which Lucy can’t stand. It’s something she holds against her sister in a way that isn’t exactly healthy. She thinks Molly needs to do something for herself for once, and not let other people do it for her, and because of those actions Lucy has made it a point to break away from her family. She loves her sister dearly, always will, but she can’t stand being in her presence for an extended amount of time, especially when around the family. They have their moments of bonding though, where they seek solace in another when they need an honest opinion, so it’s not always verbal bloodshed for them. Lucy has also grown closer to Albus after she was sorted into Slytherin, happy to have a cousin she can tag along with and hang out with when they’re in the Common Room. She has a slight distaste towards the Nott siblings though, finding their interest in her sister and her cousin incredibly unsettling - she’s gotten quite snippy with them lately, not letting whatever facade they’re playing at fool her and praying that it’s not fooling the other two either. Isabelle Nott in specific, is really beginning to rub her the wrong way, and before she can ever help herself she’s sneering a comment the girls way every time she flutters her lashes towards’ Albus. It’s not that she’s possessive, per say, over Albus… it’s just that she thinks he can do much better than Isabelle, and is willing to put a halt to anything potentially there right now when she has the chance to do so, so that worrying about it in the future won’t become a problem.

FC: Lily Collins ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A❖ URL: link here
  • Name: Lucy Weasley ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Fifth  ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood.

Personality:

Where Albus’ sortment into Slytherin had been an absolute surprise to the family - Lucy’s sortment had not been. With ambition literally crawling from every pore in her small body, she has never been afraid to go for something she wanted. Whereas Molly liked to play by the rules of the family in order to gain her respect, Lucy preferred to get it in other ways. Rebellious to a point with her parents, she hates being tied back, especially when it comes to classes. The last place she usually wants to be is stuck in a classroom for more than an hour, the lessons only holding her attention for so long that she begins to grow tired. It’s not that she isn’t smart, because she is, incredibly so - she just finds school in general a complete waste of time. She flies by in her classes with decent enough grades that it’s come to the point that most professors don’t bother her when she seems to be zoned out, or clearly not paying them any mind, because somehow she gets the points on her own in the end. Lucy might not put much effort into her schooling, but that doesn’t mean she has no drive. Once the girl has found something that fascinates her, she tends to drown herself in it, learning all that she can until every known fact is memorized. She can learn very easily… just as long as it’s something she wants to learn. Determined and cunning, Lucy has nabbed the title of Prefect for her year from her natural talent of being a leader, and she hasn’t disappointed the Head of her house or her classmates since given it. She loves having the power, loves having the authority, and loves letting people know that you don’t have to be some stuck up snob that’s top of their class in order to do something with your life.

Relationships:

She likes to joke around and say that her older sister, Molly, is her arch nemesis, and although it obviously isn’t true - there are days where it seems like it could be highly likely. The two are complete polar opposites from one another, Molly the angel of the family and always kissing up to her parents in order to get what she wants - which Lucy can’t stand. It’s something she holds against her sister in a way that isn’t exactly healthy. She thinks Molly needs to do something for herself for once, and not let other people do it for her, and because of those actions Lucy has made it a point to break away from her family. She loves her sister dearly, always will, but she can’t stand being in her presence for an extended amount of time, especially when around the family. They have their moments of bonding though, where they seek solace in another when they need an honest opinion, so it’s not always verbal bloodshed for them. Lucy has also grown closer to Albus after she was sorted into Slytherin, happy to have a cousin she can tag along with and hang out with when they’re in the Common Room. She has a slight distaste towards the Nott siblings though, finding their interest in her sister and her cousin incredibly unsettling - she’s gotten quite snippy with them lately, not letting whatever facade they’re playing at fool her and praying that it’s not fooling the other two either. Isabelle Nott in specific, is really beginning to rub her the wrong way, and before she can ever help herself she’s sneering a comment the girls way every time she flutters her lashes towards’ Albus. It’s not that she’s possessive, per say, over Albus… it’s just that she thinks he can do much better than Isabelle, and is willing to put a halt to anything potentially there right now when she has the chance to do so, so that worrying about it in the future won’t become a problem.

  • FC: Lily Collins ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A❖ URL: link here


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Name: Molly Weasley ❖ House: Huffelpuff ❖ Year: Seventh ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood
Personality:

Molly Weasley is the last person you’d ever find knocking back a Firewhiskey and partying. In fact, she finds the whole idea of drinking until you can’t walk straight and partying to the point where you can’t fully function the next day ridiculous - and she likes to verbally make it known too. Rolling her eyes towards anyone who she views as insolent, she’s got a bit of an attitude problem that a lot of people get annoyed about. Not only that, but there’s haughty arrogance there because she happens to like everything about herself. She knows she’s pretty, she knows she’s smart, she knows she can get anything she wants with just a cute smile and flash of doe eyes. Especially from her father, who seems to be willing to hand her the entire bank account if she were to ever ask for it. Molly excels in all her schoolwork, scoffing at any idea of needing to be tutored in order to comprehend something. It’s probably one of the few things she actually puts her own effort into. The problem that Molly has been slowly but surely coming to face is the fact that she can’t handle much of anything outside of Hogwarts and her schoolwork. Her parents have coddled her from the moment she was born, praising every little thing she’s done and shying her away from anything they personally felt she wasn’t ready for - and she willingly went along with it without complaint. To be honest, she loves the attention. She loves being their little angel because it gets her anything she wants whenever she wants it, but she doesn’t know how to handle the real world anymore. No clue about what she plans to do when she leaves Hogwarts, or how to do it, she’s beginning to mentally scare herself with the idea of ending up homeless and without purpose once she’s graduated. She’s hoping that by the end of the year, she’ll have her act together, but it’s solely in her own hands and completely up to her if that truly happens or not.

Relationships:

It’s really no surprise that Molly isn’t exactly popular in the friends department. Her friendships are usually short lived, lasting for a few months before they become annoyed with her and her blunt comments and leave her behind - or she leaves them behind instead. The only person she has kept around is her cousin, Roxanne, and that’s because the girl is one of the few people she actually gets along spectacularly with. They share the same views on quite a few things, and Roxanne never judges her for how she is or makes her feel insignificant, much like other people have done before. She likes to keep the girl by her side, finding solace and opening up to her in ways that she doesn’t do so for other people; not even her little sister Lucy. Lucy is sometimes the bane of her existence, driving her up the wall with her rebellious chatter and snide remarks of how much of a fool she is for doing what she does. Molly can’t begin to even explain how exasperating it is to deal with Lucy’s quest for freedom that she already has, and she’s always offering a word of comfort to her parents when a fight breaks out among them. She adores Lucy to bits, and is proud of the fact that she’s so outspoken, but she can’t stand it when her laser beams are focused on her and she’s being torn into viciously just because she doesn’t compare to the other’s standards. There’s a certain bloke in her life that’s snagged her attention though. Lawrence Nott is an absolute snake (literally too, yes, but that’s besides the point) that she can’t stand to be around for more than an hour or so. His arrogance and blood-purist ways rile her up into a mess of words that she can’t help but throw at him every time the two are in a personal face off. In a way he somewhat intimidates her, making her break the control she always seems to have over her emotions, and she doesn’t know how to handle that yet. When she looks at him she sees a bit too much of herself in him, quite honestly.

FC: Rachel Hurd-Wood ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link
  • Name: Molly Weasley ❖ House: Huffelpuff ❖ Year: Seventh ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood

Personality:

Molly Weasley is the last person you’d ever find knocking back a Firewhiskey and partying. In fact, she finds the whole idea of drinking until you can’t walk straight and partying to the point where you can’t fully function the next day ridiculous - and she likes to verbally make it known too. Rolling her eyes towards anyone who she views as insolent, she’s got a bit of an attitude problem that a lot of people get annoyed about. Not only that, but there’s haughty arrogance there because she happens to like everything about herself. She knows she’s pretty, she knows she’s smart, she knows she can get anything she wants with just a cute smile and flash of doe eyes. Especially from her father, who seems to be willing to hand her the entire bank account if she were to ever ask for it. Molly excels in all her schoolwork, scoffing at any idea of needing to be tutored in order to comprehend something. It’s probably one of the few things she actually puts her own effort into. The problem that Molly has been slowly but surely coming to face is the fact that she can’t handle much of anything outside of Hogwarts and her schoolwork. Her parents have coddled her from the moment she was born, praising every little thing she’s done and shying her away from anything they personally felt she wasn’t ready for - and she willingly went along with it without complaint. To be honest, she loves the attention. She loves being their little angel because it gets her anything she wants whenever she wants it, but she doesn’t know how to handle the real world anymore. No clue about what she plans to do when she leaves Hogwarts, or how to do it, she’s beginning to mentally scare herself with the idea of ending up homeless and without purpose once she’s graduated. She’s hoping that by the end of the year, she’ll have her act together, but it’s solely in her own hands and completely up to her if that truly happens or not.

Relationships:

It’s really no surprise that Molly isn’t exactly popular in the friends department. Her friendships are usually short lived, lasting for a few months before they become annoyed with her and her blunt comments and leave her behind - or she leaves them behind instead. The only person she has kept around is her cousin, Roxanne, and that’s because the girl is one of the few people she actually gets along spectacularly with. They share the same views on quite a few things, and Roxanne never judges her for how she is or makes her feel insignificant, much like other people have done before. She likes to keep the girl by her side, finding solace and opening up to her in ways that she doesn’t do so for other people; not even her little sister Lucy. Lucy is sometimes the bane of her existence, driving her up the wall with her rebellious chatter and snide remarks of how much of a fool she is for doing what she does. Molly can’t begin to even explain how exasperating it is to deal with Lucy’s quest for freedom that she already has, and she’s always offering a word of comfort to her parents when a fight breaks out among them. She adores Lucy to bits, and is proud of the fact that she’s so outspoken, but she can’t stand it when her laser beams are focused on her and she’s being torn into viciously just because she doesn’t compare to the other’s standards. There’s a certain bloke in her life that’s snagged her attention though. Lawrence Nott is an absolute snake (literally too, yes, but that’s besides the point) that she can’t stand to be around for more than an hour or so. His arrogance and blood-purist ways rile her up into a mess of words that she can’t help but throw at him every time the two are in a personal face off. In a way he somewhat intimidates her, making her break the control she always seems to have over her emotions, and she doesn’t know how to handle that yet. When she looks at him she sees a bit too much of herself in him, quite honestly.

  • FC: Rachel Hurd-Wood ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link


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Name: Roxanne Weasley ❖ House: Gryffindor ❖ Year: Sixth ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood.
Personality:

Oh, Miss Roxanne. Some wonder is she’s really George Weasley’s daughter, and some have even had the nerve to ask her upfront, to which they solemnly walked back to where they came from cupping whatever injured appendage she had aimed for that time. Roxanne is an absolute firecracker, with a temper that goes off a little too easily, but a pretty face that makes her all the more desirable to much of the student body. Despite her parentage and the trickster gene that seems to run through the family, it must have skipped over her because she doesn’t find much entertainment in pulling meaningless pranks. In fact, she’s usually the one who tries to talk her older brother and cousins out of them whenever they’re all huddled together and thinking up brilliant ideas to pull on unsuspecting victims, telling them how stupid the idea is and naming off all the possible ways they could backfire on them. Of course, she doesn’t necessarily think pranks are bad, because she’s more than aware that some who have been targeted have actually deserved whatever has come to them - but the detentions handed out and loss of House points afterwards never make the five minute humor worth it much. Roxanne, to this day, has still never involved herself with their silly antics, which her mother seems a bit relieved about and her father seems determined to change. Instead she focuses on her schooling and Quidditch, the latter being the one thing that really fuels her fire. Hoping to gain the Captain title by next year, there isn’t a single person out there she’s not willing to tear down if they happen to unfortunately aim for something she wants. Let’s best pray they don’t too.
Relationships:
Roxanne only associates herself with a few people on a daily basis, the usual face that’s seated at her side belonging to Molly Weasley. She’s not a big fan of overly large social groups or gatherings, finding them a bit of a waste - unless it’s a family occasion, of course. Besides Molly, she likes to mingle with the rest of the Gryffindor Quidditch team, and if not them then you’ll lastly find her with her brother, Fred. Fred is someone that Roxanne feels absolutely comfortable with, knowing she can rely on her brother for anything she needs. She knows how to play the little sister card very well, getting him to cave and do her wishes with just a small downturn of her lips and a crestfallen expression that sends him grappling for some kind of apology and way to make it up to her. Of course, she doesn’t like using it whenever she wants because usually it’s not needed, but she’ll whip it out from time to time. Most people find her a tad bit hard to befriend, with her strong opinions and lack of an inviting aura, but those who have gotten to know her don’t have much negatively to speak of. She’s a loyal friend who cares; and she’ll make sure you know she cares as well. If there is one person she can’t stand though, it would be Riley Thomas-Finnigan, the Ravenclaw bird who can’t seem to stop getting under her skin. The rivalry only began when people began to mistakenly call them by the opposite’s name, and after the thousandth time it just became an annoyance that grew to the point of… well, where they are now. Roxanne can’t spend more than a minute in the presence of Riley, not without wanting to hex her mouth shut so that she doesn’t have to listen to her voice any more. It’s the very fact that they’re so alike that makes them butt heads, which only makes Roxanne even more wary and uneasy with her.

FC: Jessica Sula ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link here
  • Name: Roxanne Weasley ❖ House: Gryffindor ❖ Year: Sixth ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood.

Personality:

Oh, Miss Roxanne. Some wonder is she’s really George Weasley’s daughter, and some have even had the nerve to ask her upfront, to which they solemnly walked back to where they came from cupping whatever injured appendage she had aimed for that time. Roxanne is an absolute firecracker, with a temper that goes off a little too easily, but a pretty face that makes her all the more desirable to much of the student body. Despite her parentage and the trickster gene that seems to run through the family, it must have skipped over her because she doesn’t find much entertainment in pulling meaningless pranks. In fact, she’s usually the one who tries to talk her older brother and cousins out of them whenever they’re all huddled together and thinking up brilliant ideas to pull on unsuspecting victims, telling them how stupid the idea is and naming off all the possible ways they could backfire on them. Of course, she doesn’t necessarily think pranks are bad, because she’s more than aware that some who have been targeted have actually deserved whatever has come to them - but the detentions handed out and loss of House points afterwards never make the five minute humor worth it much. Roxanne, to this day, has still never involved herself with their silly antics, which her mother seems a bit relieved about and her father seems determined to change. Instead she focuses on her schooling and Quidditch, the latter being the one thing that really fuels her fire. Hoping to gain the Captain title by next year, there isn’t a single person out there she’s not willing to tear down if they happen to unfortunately aim for something she wants. Let’s best pray they don’t too.

Relationships:

Roxanne only associates herself with a few people on a daily basis, the usual face that’s seated at her side belonging to Molly Weasley. She’s not a big fan of overly large social groups or gatherings, finding them a bit of a waste - unless it’s a family occasion, of course. Besides Molly, she likes to mingle with the rest of the Gryffindor Quidditch team, and if not them then you’ll lastly find her with her brother, Fred. Fred is someone that Roxanne feels absolutely comfortable with, knowing she can rely on her brother for anything she needs. She knows how to play the little sister card very well, getting him to cave and do her wishes with just a small downturn of her lips and a crestfallen expression that sends him grappling for some kind of apology and way to make it up to her. Of course, she doesn’t like using it whenever she wants because usually it’s not needed, but she’ll whip it out from time to time. Most people find her a tad bit hard to befriend, with her strong opinions and lack of an inviting aura, but those who have gotten to know her don’t have much negatively to speak of. She’s a loyal friend who cares; and she’ll make sure you know she cares as well. If there is one person she can’t stand though, it would be Riley Thomas-Finnigan, the Ravenclaw bird who can’t seem to stop getting under her skin. The rivalry only began when people began to mistakenly call them by the opposite’s name, and after the thousandth time it just became an annoyance that grew to the point of… well, where they are now. Roxanne can’t spend more than a minute in the presence of Riley, not without wanting to hex her mouth shut so that she doesn’t have to listen to her voice any more. It’s the very fact that they’re so alike that makes them butt heads, which only makes Roxanne even more wary and uneasy with her.

  • FC: Jessica Sula ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link here


posted 1 year ago + 3 notes
Name: Fred Weasley II ❖ House: Gryffindor ❖ Year: Seventh  ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood.
Personality:
You can’t be around Fred Weasley II for more than a minute before you’re clutching your sides in hysterics and hoping you can make it to the bathroom in time so that you don’t piss your pants. An explosive personality and a smile that can literally light up a room, it’s an absolute pleasure for almost every body to sit back and have a conversation with this boy, because his creative imagination and non-stop ability to cause someone a laugh attack is something nobody will ever tire of. He’s almost something of a cure for some, the term “Go see the Weasley” having become a wide spread thing for those who can’t quite bring their moods up to something encouraging. It’s a daily thing for him, bringing smiles onto people’s faces and cheering them up when they need it, but Fred has never and will never mind. He’s got a heart of gold, passionate towards anyone who spares him the time and willing to go to the ends of the earth for those he loves. He’s the man that would shove you to the side and take a bullet for you without thinking twice, and he’s not afraid to admit that out loud either. The bright, loving personality doesn’t seem to be doing much for his grades though, much to his dismay. It’s not that Fred isn’t smart or capable of doing the work, he just doesn’t have the passion for his schoolwork that he has for his friends and having a good time, and it’s beginning to show. Having been talked to by his parents already, the only person keeping him in line at the moment is Roxanne, but even then it’s hard to keep a good grip on him because once he’s distracted - there isn’t much you can do to catch his attention back, especially if it isn’t as interesting. Fred likes to think on the bright side of it all though, and even if his grades aren’t up to par with the standards of the school, he knows he’ll get somewhere in life once his final year at the school is over.
Relationships:
Fred has the incredible ability to become friends with just about anybody - because in all honesty, who wouldn’t want to be friends with him? With a bright smile and a friendly demeanor much different than his sister’s, many people love approaching him and striking up a conversation; and if they’re too shy you better believe that he’ll waltz up and introduce himself to ease the nerves. If there’s one thing Fred would never tolerate, it would be an awkward conversation. A huge hit in the Gryffindor House, he likes to mingle and associate himself with any and all groups of friends that come his way. Sometimes he’s with his cousins, sometimes the Quidditch team with his sister, and even other house friendships are common for him. There really aren’t any limits or boundaries for him - if he likes you and wants to talk to you, he will indeed do that. He finds himself closest with James though, their shared love of practical pranks something that easily fueled their friendship while growing up around one another. When the two are together, they’re a bit of a terror, but their past pranks have become a brilliant source of entertainment for the student body. Fred has a great relationship with his parents, despite the constant dock of House Points and detentions he receives. His father encourages the trickery, loving to sit back and share past memories and offer possible ideas if he sought them - but every once in awhile he’ll find himself under their stern gazes when they notice the slip in his grades once more.
FC: Luke Pasqualino  ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A❖ URL: link here
  • Name: Fred Weasley II ❖ House: Gryffindor ❖ Year: Seventh  ❖ Blood Status:Pureblood.

Personality:

You can’t be around Fred Weasley II for more than a minute before you’re clutching your sides in hysterics and hoping you can make it to the bathroom in time so that you don’t piss your pants. An explosive personality and a smile that can literally light up a room, it’s an absolute pleasure for almost every body to sit back and have a conversation with this boy, because his creative imagination and non-stop ability to cause someone a laugh attack is something nobody will ever tire of. He’s almost something of a cure for some, the term “Go see the Weasley” having become a wide spread thing for those who can’t quite bring their moods up to something encouraging. It’s a daily thing for him, bringing smiles onto people’s faces and cheering them up when they need it, but Fred has never and will never mind. He’s got a heart of gold, passionate towards anyone who spares him the time and willing to go to the ends of the earth for those he loves. He’s the man that would shove you to the side and take a bullet for you without thinking twice, and he’s not afraid to admit that out loud either. The bright, loving personality doesn’t seem to be doing much for his grades though, much to his dismay. It’s not that Fred isn’t smart or capable of doing the work, he just doesn’t have the passion for his schoolwork that he has for his friends and having a good time, and it’s beginning to show. Having been talked to by his parents already, the only person keeping him in line at the moment is Roxanne, but even then it’s hard to keep a good grip on him because once he’s distracted - there isn’t much you can do to catch his attention back, especially if it isn’t as interesting. Fred likes to think on the bright side of it all though, and even if his grades aren’t up to par with the standards of the school, he knows he’ll get somewhere in life once his final year at the school is over.

Relationships:

Fred has the incredible ability to become friends with just about anybody - because in all honesty, who wouldn’t want to be friends with him? With a bright smile and a friendly demeanor much different than his sister’s, many people love approaching him and striking up a conversation; and if they’re too shy you better believe that he’ll waltz up and introduce himself to ease the nerves. If there’s one thing Fred would never tolerate, it would be an awkward conversation. A huge hit in the Gryffindor House, he likes to mingle and associate himself with any and all groups of friends that come his way. Sometimes he’s with his cousins, sometimes the Quidditch team with his sister, and even other house friendships are common for him. There really aren’t any limits or boundaries for him - if he likes you and wants to talk to you, he will indeed do that. He finds himself closest with James though, their shared love of practical pranks something that easily fueled their friendship while growing up around one another. When the two are together, they’re a bit of a terror, but their past pranks have become a brilliant source of entertainment for the student body. Fred has a great relationship with his parents, despite the constant dock of House Points and detentions he receives. His father encourages the trickery, loving to sit back and share past memories and offer possible ideas if he sought them - but every once in awhile he’ll find himself under their stern gazes when they notice the slip in his grades once more.

  • FC: Luke Pasqualino  ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A❖ URL: link here


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 Name: Louis Weasley ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Fourth ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood
Personality:

Louis is essentially a watered down Victoire. Just as vain as his sister, he leans towards the materialistic in his wants and his needs. His looks are very important to him, even though he believes them to be mercurial. Because of this, he wishes to live life to the fullest as to enjoy all of the wonders that youth has to offer. He is impulsive, yes, but he still has some sense of restraint. Louis possesses a calmness that neither of his siblings have managed to understand. He is very levelheaded, regardless of his vanity and pride, making him hard to anger and easy to confide in. He is a very patient, very calm listener, who gives surprisingly logical advice. He doesn’t allow negativity to ruin him and is a perpetual optimist. He always has to see the bright side of things, always has to find a silver lining to every cloud. However, with that comes a certain naivety; he doesn’t see the bad in people, only the good. Easily taken advantage of, Louis doesn’t see secret motive or reasoning for people to befriend him. That doesn’t mean he’s idiotic, however. Just as intelligent as his sister with almost perfect marks in every class but Potions (which no one is allowed to talk about ever, otherwise he will lapse into his quiet, silent form of rage), he most certainly has proved that he is fit to wear the blue and gold that he dons. Louis is more book smart than he is street smart, but he’d rather be taken advantage of than become as cynical as Dominique.

Relationships:

Louis is the constant mediator between his siblings. Dom bitches about Vic to him and vice versa. All he honestly wants is for two of the most important people in his life to get along, but he knows that will happen when Hell freezes over. So he just sucks it up and tries to get the two of them to at least be civil. Louis loves both of his sisters for different reasons: Dominique is the one he can talk to about serious things, things that keep him up at night worrying, whereas Victoire is the one he goes to for tips on how to talk to boys, help with school, and everything that brings a smile to his lips. In Louis’ fourth year, he realized that he was gay when Victoire dared one of the Scamander twins to kiss him on a dare. He spent the next six months crushing on Lorcan like a pining fool, only to hear from Dominique that she had seen Lorcan slipping out of Dawn Zabini’s dorm room. He was heartbroken, but ever the survivor, he picked himself up, brushed himself off, and went back to life as he knew it. When he came out to his sisters, Victoire squealed, “Called it!”, and Dominique just sighed, and said “Finally.” Louis is also very close to his cousins, Hugo Weasley and Lily Potter, the three of them growing up side by side. The rest of his cousins sort of view the three of them as the babies of the family, so why shouldn’t they band together and prove that they could make as much mischief as the infamous Weasley twins?

FC: William Moseley ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link
  •  Name: Louis Weasley ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Fourth ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood

Personality:

Louis is essentially a watered down Victoire. Just as vain as his sister, he leans towards the materialistic in his wants and his needs. His looks are very important to him, even though he believes them to be mercurial. Because of this, he wishes to live life to the fullest as to enjoy all of the wonders that youth has to offer. He is impulsive, yes, but he still has some sense of restraint. Louis possesses a calmness that neither of his siblings have managed to understand. He is very levelheaded, regardless of his vanity and pride, making him hard to anger and easy to confide in. He is a very patient, very calm listener, who gives surprisingly logical advice. He doesn’t allow negativity to ruin him and is a perpetual optimist. He always has to see the bright side of things, always has to find a silver lining to every cloud. However, with that comes a certain naivety; he doesn’t see the bad in people, only the good. Easily taken advantage of, Louis doesn’t see secret motive or reasoning for people to befriend him. That doesn’t mean he’s idiotic, however. Just as intelligent as his sister with almost perfect marks in every class but Potions (which no one is allowed to talk about ever, otherwise he will lapse into his quiet, silent form of rage), he most certainly has proved that he is fit to wear the blue and gold that he dons. Louis is more book smart than he is street smart, but he’d rather be taken advantage of than become as cynical as Dominique.

Relationships:

Louis is the constant mediator between his siblings. Dom bitches about Vic to him and vice versa. All he honestly wants is for two of the most important people in his life to get along, but he knows that will happen when Hell freezes over. So he just sucks it up and tries to get the two of them to at least be civil. Louis loves both of his sisters for different reasons: Dominique is the one he can talk to about serious things, things that keep him up at night worrying, whereas Victoire is the one he goes to for tips on how to talk to boys, help with school, and everything that brings a smile to his lips. In Louis’ fourth year, he realized that he was gay when Victoire dared one of the Scamander twins to kiss him on a dare. He spent the next six months crushing on Lorcan like a pining fool, only to hear from Dominique that she had seen Lorcan slipping out of Dawn Zabini’s dorm room. He was heartbroken, but ever the survivor, he picked himself up, brushed himself off, and went back to life as he knew it. When he came out to his sisters, Victoire squealed, “Called it!”, and Dominique just sighed, and said “Finally.” Louis is also very close to his cousins, Hugo Weasley and Lily Potter, the three of them growing up side by side. The rest of his cousins sort of view the three of them as the babies of the family, so why shouldn’t they band together and prove that they could make as much mischief as the infamous Weasley twins?

  • FC: William Moseley ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A ❖ URL: link


posted 1 year ago
Anonymous → I really want to join, so is this rpg active? Or becoming more active?

Right now, I’m working on getting everything up and running. we should hopefully opening in the next few days. So yea we are going to be more active. 

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posted 1 year ago + 2 notes
Name: Dominique Weasley ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Sixth  ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood
Personality:

Dominique, christened Dom from a young age, is a tad darker than her siblings. While they both exult in the Veela blood that runs through their veins, she sees it as a curse. She hates the fact that people only care about her for her looks, hates the fact that she looks so frail and fragile, hates the fact that she’s all blonde and delicate to look like porcelain when in truth, she’s steel. Dom is harsh, quick tongued, and snappish, choleric in attitude. She rises to anger as quickly as she falls from it. She’s a loose canon, shattering through anyone and everyone simply because she wills it. She can be hypocritical, hating the way her Veela blood attracts attention, but using her beauty as the means to an end. Her cold, indifferent exterior is a mask. She only wishes to be taken seriously, to be seen as herself rather than this beautiful, ethereal creature. Underneath it all, she’s just a bit damaged and a bit dented, but nonetheless, intact. Her heart is very fragile, so she’s erected walls sky high to keep it safe. But break through her defenses, and you’ll find the same playful vivacity that existed in both her mother and her sister. She’s not as different from her family as she would like to believe. She’s bad with words and expressing emotion, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have them. Dom is simply a girl who wants to be free, and free she shall be. With ambition that rivals only Victoire’s, she will do absolutely anything to get what she wants.

Relationships:

Although she is loathe to admit it, Dominique’s siblings are her closest friends. She loves them dearly, and although they fight, she would be devastated if anything happened to them. She and Louis are closer than she and Victoire, simply because Dominique and Victoire spend more time at each other’s throats than they do sisterly bonding. Dom thinks Vic is a vapid idiot who wastes her time trying to impress guys that will never mean anything to her, and she’s said essentially as much. However, as much as she lashes out at her older sister, she would never truly wish her harm. Victoire simply represents everything that Dom resents about her “condition”, as she calls it. The young Dominique nursed a soft spot for Teddy Lupin, a schoolgirl crush developing on the older boy. He was simply so honest, so kind, without any motive whatsoever. The crush dissipated, but she still thinks he’s one of the most honorable people that she knows. Even more reason for her to find fault with Victoire; she thinks its ridiculous that Vic would want anyone else if she could have Teddy. But, regardless, she still has her brother to vent to about these sort of things. Louis is far less self involved than his sister, although he does carry those traits, and therefore, Dominique can stand to be around him for a far greater period of time. She loves her younger brother dearly and he is probably the only person who can truly claim that they know her…aside from her father, that is. Dominique is extremely close with Bill Weasley, the two of them just sharing a mutual understanding. He understands his daughter with shocking clarity that the rest of the family can’t even understand, and he can see through the ruse of a personality that she’s created for herself. Dominique tends to stay away from the majority of her cousins, even though she is close to them, preferring to make her way through the world independently rather than dependent on her entire extended family.

FC: Taylor Momsen ❖ Status: Taken ❖ Roleplayer: Lauren ❖ URL: link
  • Name: Dominique Weasley ❖ House: Slytherin ❖ Year: Sixth  ❖ Blood Status: Half-blood

Personality:

Dominique, christened Dom from a young age, is a tad darker than her siblings. While they both exult in the Veela blood that runs through their veins, she sees it as a curse. She hates the fact that people only care about her for her looks, hates the fact that she looks so frail and fragile, hates the fact that she’s all blonde and delicate to look like porcelain when in truth, she’s steel. Dom is harsh, quick tongued, and snappish, choleric in attitude. She rises to anger as quickly as she falls from it. She’s a loose canon, shattering through anyone and everyone simply because she wills it. She can be hypocritical, hating the way her Veela blood attracts attention, but using her beauty as the means to an end. Her cold, indifferent exterior is a mask. She only wishes to be taken seriously, to be seen as herself rather than this beautiful, ethereal creature. Underneath it all, she’s just a bit damaged and a bit dented, but nonetheless, intact. Her heart is very fragile, so she’s erected walls sky high to keep it safe. But break through her defenses, and you’ll find the same playful vivacity that existed in both her mother and her sister. She’s not as different from her family as she would like to believe. She’s bad with words and expressing emotion, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have them. Dom is simply a girl who wants to be free, and free she shall be. With ambition that rivals only Victoire’s, she will do absolutely anything to get what she wants.

Relationships:

Although she is loathe to admit it, Dominique’s siblings are her closest friends. She loves them dearly, and although they fight, she would be devastated if anything happened to them. She and Louis are closer than she and Victoire, simply because Dominique and Victoire spend more time at each other’s throats than they do sisterly bonding. Dom thinks Vic is a vapid idiot who wastes her time trying to impress guys that will never mean anything to her, and she’s said essentially as much. However, as much as she lashes out at her older sister, she would never truly wish her harm. Victoire simply represents everything that Dom resents about her “condition”, as she calls it. The young Dominique nursed a soft spot for Teddy Lupin, a schoolgirl crush developing on the older boy. He was simply so honest, so kind, without any motive whatsoever. The crush dissipated, but she still thinks he’s one of the most honorable people that she knows. Even more reason for her to find fault with Victoire; she thinks its ridiculous that Vic would want anyone else if she could have Teddy. But, regardless, she still has her brother to vent to about these sort of things. Louis is far less self involved than his sister, although he does carry those traits, and therefore, Dominique can stand to be around him for a far greater period of time. She loves her younger brother dearly and he is probably the only person who can truly claim that they know her…aside from her father, that is. Dominique is extremely close with Bill Weasley, the two of them just sharing a mutual understanding. He understands his daughter with shocking clarity that the rest of the family can’t even understand, and he can see through the ruse of a personality that she’s created for herself. Dominique tends to stay away from the majority of her cousins, even though she is close to them, preferring to make her way through the world independently rather than dependent on her entire extended family.

  • FC: Taylor Momsen ❖ Status: Taken ❖ Roleplayer: Lauren ❖ URL: link


posted 1 year ago + 3 notes
Name: Victoire Weasley ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Seventh  ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood 
Personality:

Victoire is like fire, burning hot and all consuming. The hint of Veela blood running through her veins has granted her access to the spotlight; eyes turn when she enters a room, mouths drop if she truly wants them to, and she loves it. Self-centered and vain, completely obsessed with her looks, she uses her beauty like a whip. Victoire is very fickle; one day she’ll want one thing, the next, another. She’s not the type to settle down easily, always searching for action and adventure. Apart from being the bombshell of Ravenclaw tower, she’s also one of the most social girls in Hogwarts. She’s lively and vivacious, as bright as her sunshine blonde hair. However, although she can get on fairly well with most, she has a tendency to become bitchy and moody when she’s annoyed. She leans towards extremes in her emotions. Either she’s happy and joyous or wrathful and irate. Victoire is also quite the flirt; she adores the attention she’s been given from men, adores the power that gives her over them, adores the way it feels to be thought of as a goddess. It’s all innocent in her eyes. A simple touch here, a lingering glance there, a friendly kiss on the cheek turned intimate. Underneath her seemingly superficial exterior, however, there’s a reason that she’s been sorted into Ravenclaw. She’s vastly intelligent, with close to perfect marks in all of her classes. She’ll work her perfectly shaped arse off if she truly wants something, going after it with a passion and fervor unequalled to anything else. She’s a comet that rockets through the world, and sometimes that can be a little hard to keep up with.

Relationships:

Victoire and her siblings are very close, especially Victoire and Louis. Dominique has always been a bit of a black sheep, but she loves her sister all the same. She loves both of her siblings more than anything, wishing to keep them safe and shielded from the crueler aspects of life. While Dominique has always been a bit rebellious and the two of them argue like nobody’s business, at the end of the day, they’re sisters, and they will stand by each other until Hogwarts is eaten by the Giant Squid. Victoire and Louis have far more in common; her younger brother has a similar temperament to her, similar interests, and similar taste in men. The two of them are like peas in a pod, the other always knowing how to make her laugh when she’s upset or calm her down when she’s angry. Victoire is close to all of her cousins, more so to the other Weasleys than the Potters, all of them having grown up around each other. She’s very affectionate with her family, doting and warm. Over the years, Victoire has developed something of a crush on her childhood friend, Teddy Lupin. They’ve been the on again off again couple of Hogwarts for the past two years, neither of them able to decide what they want from their relationship. Sometimes, things are wonderful, blissful in fact, but then, they’ll start fighting. They always break up in the heat of the moment, regretting the decision next day, but both of them far too prideful to ever admit that they were wrong. It takes firewhiskey and an accidental tumble in the sheets to cause them both to realize the horrible nature of their mistake. Teddy is the only person Victoire has ever allowed to see her entirety, to know her entire personality. He’s one of the most important people in her life…she just doesn’t know how to tell him that.


FC: Imogen Poots ❖ Status: Open ❖ Roleplayer: N/A❖ URL: link
  • Name: Victoire Weasley ❖ House: Ravenclaw ❖ Year: Seventh  ❖ Blood Status: Pureblood 

Personality:

Victoire is like fire, burning hot and all consuming. The hint of Veela blood running through her veins has granted her access to the spotlight; eyes turn when she enters a room, mouths drop if she truly wants them to, and she loves it. Self-centered and vain, completely obsessed with her looks, she uses her beauty like a whip. Victoire is very fickle; one day she’ll want one thing, the next, another. She’s not the type to settle down easily, always searching for action and adventure. Apart from being the bombshell of Ravenclaw tower, she’s also one of the most social girls in Hogwarts. She’s lively and vivacious, as bright as her sunshine blonde hair. However, although she can get on fairly well with most, she has a tendency to become bitchy and moody when she’s annoyed. She leans towards extremes in her emotions. Either she’s happy and joyous or wrathful and irate. Victoire is also quite the flirt; she adores the attention she’s been given from men, adores the power that gives her over them, adores the way it feels to be thought of as a goddess. It’s all innocent in her eyes. A simple touch here, a lingering glance there, a friendly kiss on the cheek turned intimate. Underneath her seemingly superficial exterior, however, there’s a reason that she’s been sorted into Ravenclaw. She’s vastly intelligent, with close to perfect marks in all of her classes. She’ll work her perfectly shaped arse off if she truly wants something, going after it with a passion and fervor unequalled to anything else. She’s a comet that rockets through the world, and sometimes that can be a little hard to keep up with.

Relationships:

Victoire and her siblings are very close, especially Victoire and Louis. Dominique has always been a bit of a black sheep, but she loves her sister all the same. She loves both of her siblings more than anything, wishing to keep them safe and shielded from the crueler aspects of life. While Dominique has always been a bit rebellious and the two of them argue like nobody’s business, at the end of the day, they’re sisters, and they will stand by each other until Hogwarts is eaten by the Giant Squid. Victoire and Louis have far more in common; her younger brother has a similar temperament to her, similar interests, and similar taste in men. The two of them are like peas in a pod, the other always knowing how to make her laugh when she’s upset or calm her down when she’s angry. Victoire is close to all of her cousins, more so to the other Weasleys than the Potters, all of them having grown up around each other. She’s very affectionate with her family, doting and warm. Over the years, Victoire has developed something of a crush on her childhood friend, Teddy Lupin. They’ve been the on again off again couple of Hogwarts for the past two years, neither of them able to decide what they want from their relationship. Sometimes, things are wonderful, blissful in fact, but then, they’ll start fighting. They always break up in the heat of the moment, regretting the decision next day, but both of them far too prideful to ever admit that they were wrong. It takes firewhiskey and an accidental tumble in the sheets to cause them both to realize the horrible nature of their mistake. Teddy is the only person Victoire has ever allowed to see her entirety, to know her entire personality. He’s one of the most important people in her life…she just doesn’t know how to tell him that.

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