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a non-canon au potterverse roleplay
October, 2019 :: Spring
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    Sunny Fairweather

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    Sunny Fairweather
    • Full Name: Sunny Abilene Fairweather
      (Legacy Field) Date of Birth - Auto: 01/01/1970
      ☆ She/Her Pureblood Human
      Birthplace: Poland
      Professor of Divination Education: 

      Newbridge Preparatory School 
      Benenden School 
      Victoria University, B.S; Biomedical 
      Monash University, M.S; Anatomy and Developmental Biology 
      University of Cambridge, Ph. D, Med; Surgical Residency 

      Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
      The Ministry, Department of Mystery Internship*
      Victoria Magical University, B.S; Practical Magic
      VMU, M.S; Practical Magic
      VMU, Ph.D Practical Magic
      VMU; M.S,Magical Architecture & Arithmancy
      VMU,M.E,Magical Education (2015-2017)

      Patronus: Unknown
      Wand: Spruce, Augury Feather, 13", Particularly Unyielding
      ☆ written by wednesday
      • Though she'll talk a big game if you let her, Sunny has never actually had sex.
      • During her first trip to Diagon Ally, where she was accompanied by a Hogwart's representative, she found that she already had a bank account in her name. The vault held a modest amount of coins, some unsold wands, a heck ton of rooster paraphernalia and blood pedigree papers in her name. She knew she was adopted but kept it a secret from her parents, as well as others. Her mother's name was Gora Twardowski. Sunny claims to have skillfully forged papers at the time of the second war and claims Muggle Born status to this day.
      • This secret is so secretive it is even a secret to Sunny. Only a select few people in the British Ministry of Magic know of the protocols that were taken after the events of the war. Somewhere in her mind hides the memories of truly ghoulish experiences.
      •  She has never successful cast Expecto Patronum.
      • Sunny self-medicates and had developed an addiction to her curative of choice. She's both too ashamed and too proud to reach out and get help.
      • Her hair is so big because its full of secrets.
      General Knowledge:
      • While in the Wizarding World, she's most known by her work in forensic divination, Sunny has guest starred on Muggle television shows about ghost hunting and has published a fair amount of literature on the subject, aimed at both Muggle and at Magical folk.
      • She is just, insufferable, unbearable and awful to work with but that somehow never gets in the way of her getting her work done; Sunny gets results.

      Sunny Fairweather is shaped short and narrow. She has the kind of figure that may give a passerby-er pause as they try to discern her sex. As if to compensate for her slight and forgettable frame, she dresses very loudly and very femininely.

      Her black hair is done up in a set of thick and wild curls about her head, a head which often bares a look of displeasure; dark eyes, narrowed with suspicion, alight with paranoia, scan her surroundings thoroughly. She has prominent nose that, despite her stature, she manages to look down at others with, and a heavy brow, often furrowed. Her forehead is lined with the evidence of her years and makes no attempt to covered up her wrinkles. Faint lines crinkle around her eyes and around a set of pursed lips which she paints in bold, and frequently clashing with the rest of her make up, colours.

      Miss Fairweather dresses in a manner far more befitting a fortune tellers booth worker than an academic professional. Hooped earrings and bangled jewelry clang about, announcing her arrival in any room long before she is seen, that is it, if one didn't hear the sharp and authoritative step of, a new and ridiculous looking, shoe. 

      When in Magical spaces, she normally wears vividly patterned robes that are charmed to animate in a nauseating display of color and shape. When attending to business of a non-magical nature, she has enough common sense to tone down her outfits, but still wearing something more akin to a stage magician's uniform than the khakis and skirts of her colleagues.


      Similar to her sense of style, Miss Fairweather's personality is loud and flashy. Arrogant, she is very certain that she is the smartest in any given room that she steps into and won't hesitate to show it. She views others with disdain, as though annoyed that they would even trying to form words with their inferior thoughts. Compliments and kind words are not things her mouth forms often. Her conceited attitude isn't just huff and puff for show, however.  

      She is an extreme work-a-holioc. A go-getter who doesn't know when to quit or how to take a break. She is someone who will get the job done, no matter what; even at the cost of sleeping, eating or having a life outside of work. She has high expectations of those around her and hardly ever considers people her seniors to be above her, let alone be her peers. But all that said, she never punches down and has a to-the-death sort of loyalty, a kind of person who would never stray from her internal moral compass.

      Her trust is hard won and she rarely lets anyone get close. There isn't a person in her past, as far as her memories serve her, that she would consider a "friend." Sunny has a very hard time making herself emotionally vulnerable. 


      She's a huge nerd with no friends.

      While Sunny has no one that she considers herself to be very close to, she has many co-workers and instructors in various different fields as well as classmates giving her many possibilities to have associate connections. 

      Significant Dates:

      Sunny is like uncharacteristically enthusiastic about Halloween.

    Sunny Fairweather was not born into the Fairweather family. Her birth mother had been a witch, who lived in a small, rural, village in Poland. A wand maker by trade, her untimely death was most likely caused by a magical accident in her little workshop home. Whatever had happened had turned her humble cottage into rubble and her into a dead body. An infant was found among the debris, unscathed. She was taken to a Muggle child center but didn't remain in care there long for as she was adopted by the Fairweather's, two very business savvy British muggles who were looking for a Polish child to vanity adopt.

    The newly adopted daughter was cared for more by nannies than by her parents, who the child seldom saw. There were no other children around her age to befriend, and outside of the hired help, Sunny spent her earliest days in the large and empty family home alone. So, she made friends with the voices she could hear. Those voices belonged to ghosts.

    As Sunny attended school, she advanced rapidly through the curriculum and what had been intended as a adoption for clout became something the absentee Fairweather's claimed as their own, plans on boasting about the adoption axed in favor for passing Sunny off as their own flesh and blood. Being a strange girl who seemingly talked to herself with parents less active in her life than the average poshy parent, Sunny was bullied by her classmates.  She dealt with the stress of this, as magical children under duress are wont to do, by manifesting her more latent magical abilities; glasses would explode in the cupboards, vases shatter in an array of ceramic shards, pictures would fling themselves off walls and break with the impact to the floor. It wasn't until neighborhood animals turned up inside out on the Fairweather's front yard that her Mother and Father humoured the pleas of their hired help and took Sunny to a child psychiatrist. 

    As luck, or perhaps fate, would have it, the doctor she was taken to was a Half-Blood, who got in contact with the proper people to deal with the matter. Sunny's parents took the news well. Too well, really. The couple viewed magic as something "quaint", a kind of thing to round out a child and brag about, like horseback riding or violin lessons. And the pair wasted no time getting involved in the new market.  Mr Fairweather found that house elves required even less pay than undocumented immigrants and Mrs Fairweather's pharmaceutical firm partnered up with a medical potions company and together they began the manufacturing of designer drugs.

    Her parents had insisted that she attend a "real" school, so after a summer of her parent's needlessly dramatic confrontations with the Board of Magical Education and the "liberal art's" school representatives with the facility at her Muggle boarding school, respectively, it was worked out that Sunny would be able to take her Muggle coursework with her to Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. On the weekends and holidays, Sunny attended remedial classes at the Muggle school. This left her with no time for friends or clubs or any activity that wasn't school work. Much like life at home, her only company in the late nights were the many ghosts that haunted Hogwart's halls, with the added bonus of the silent, unspoken, fellowship that the other children spending their night's in the common's room and their lunch periods in the library shared.

    Sunny graduated from the Muggle school early, as expected of her, and so her parents had began to pressuring her to enroll into a University. The young witch in training was on the verge of giving into her parents demands of dropping out of Hogwart's when faculty stepped in on her behalf. While another dramatic scene played out with her parents, who were now rather established among the more open minded and modern elite echelons of the British wizarding community, Sunny was given the chance to participate in an career shadowing at the British Ministry of Magic; in the hopes that seeing tangible job opportunities would be enough to convince her to not just throw away her magical education at the whims of her parents. 

    What was suppose to be a routine, rather boring job simulation ended up being a life changing experience. Sunny had caught the eye of an Unspeakable, who sneaked her away from the paper pushing and coffee getting, down into the Department of Mysteries. It was there she saw the stone archway and heard the whispers of the dead from the other side of a dark, rich curtain. She knew, in that moment, that she had to come back here, no matter what. And for once, Sunny stood up to her parents demands and remained in school. She stayed in school during the holidays and cut contact with her parents. With nothing to distract her, Sunny graduated with disgustingly high marks and was practically hired on her graduation day by the British Ministry of Magic.

    While the second war was waged, Sunny continued to work. Her loyalty to the Ministry, as a physical establishment, never, swayed. She was apart of a group, who took it upon themselves to defend the precious and dangerous secrets the Department of Mysteries held. The cost of such covert behaviors was complying to whatever was asked of them, as to not draw any unwanted attentions. During this time, Sunny was engaged in many horrific experiments, where humans were the primary test subjects.

    Once civil order had been restored, the memories of the Unspeakables who had acted in this way were erased and re-arranged, burying the secrets and awful deeds under powerful charms; they were then relocated. Sunny clearly remembers applying for VMU after a rather boring internship at the British Ministry.

    Much like her early school career, Sunny attended a Muggle University in tandem with the Magical one. She made full use of the VMU's dynamic program, and as her research gravitated towards her less than morally upright interests, headaches began to plague her. When the pain started to get in the way of her productivity, Sunny turned to self medicating; much too proud to see a real physician about it. After finishing the Practical Magic program, she gave into her parents instancies that she attend a "real" and "proper" school for a Surgical Residency. She finished her residency as fast as she possibly could and returned to Australia, where she pursued her varied interests in a restless sort of way. Her work in Automatic writing as well as the Muggle Paranormal Community was catching attention. Sunny butted her head into active cases that the Magical Law Enforcement dealt with until the persistent witch was hired as a Divination consultant where she worked mainly with the investigative and unusual homicide task force.

    Sunny quickly gained both notoriety and prestige for her abhorrent behaviors and accuracy of her Divination work. She was a key component in solving several cases (though when Sunny gives her rendition of events, she will claim that she was the sole reason the cases were solved at all.) In between case work, she entered the lecture circuit as well as published papers and books on the topic for Muggles and wizards alike. She would, as the whim took her, attend classes and pursue personal projects, feeling vaguely restless and unfulfilled. After earning her degree in Magical Education, she applied to the open Divination teaching position at Tallygarunga in hopes of a change of pace.

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