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Tallygarunga | The Australian Potterverse


April, 2019
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Tallygarunga: Term One, VMU: Semester One

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An AU non-canon Harry Potter-inspired forum roleplay set in Australia.
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    Timothy Blair

    Co-CEO of PartyBox, Chef
    25 year old Pureblood Human
    Current Age: 25
    Birthdate: February 1st, 1994
    Blood Status: Pureblood
    Species: Human
    Position: Co-CEO of PartyBox, Chef
    Suggested Play-by: Bob Morley
    Listing Type: Wanted Character Post
    Locations: Narragyambie,Melbourne
    Contact Member:  ★ LilyCat
    • One of Stu's infamous 'Blair Triplets'
    • Was a prankster in Spencer with his siblings
    • Co-CEO of a successful party business with his brother, Thomas: PartyBox
    • Qualified chef and mixologist

    The optimist of the family, and one who likes to try and get laughs from all the others, especially during times of unease or tension. Loves cooking and experimenting with food to create new meals or drinks.

    Grew up in Narrie with the rest of his family. Around the time he started Tally or not long after, his mother (Tanya) started traveling around the world a lot, doing relief work, and so his father raised he and his siblings mostly. When he was around 15-16, it was discovered that she was having an affair and was in fact pregnant to another man, and she left Stu officially. She also dropped the bomb about Jezebel not being her daughter, but another woman's. About 6-12 mths later, Jezebel's mother was revealed as well as the fact that Stu was also father to Améa du Contaea.

    After he left school, he studied to become a chef and mixologist while still working at the Drunken Roo, during which time he and his brother, Tom, started a small business of their own, PartyBox, inspired by a party they held at Jez's for her birthday one day. They create an entire party setup; decorations, food, etc, and magically compacted it into a box, and after arriving at the venue, open it and everything set itself up where it was supposed to, and then left over mess repacked into the box in the morning. Hassle-free parties. The idea took off, especially after graduation, and they have become very successful, and have a few warehouses in Australia and looking to expand overseas.

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