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February, 2019
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An AU non-canon Harry Potter-inspired forum roleplay set in Australia.

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Remi Cornfoot

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About Remi Cornfoot

  • Birthday 05/05/2001

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    https://www.tallygarunga.com/characters/tallygarunga_students/flinders/remi-cornfoot-r185/

Short Answer

  • Full Name
    Remi Winifred Cornfoot
  • Birthdate - Day
    5
  • Birthdate - Month
    5
  • Exact Age?
    Yes
  • Birthday - Year
    2001
  • Birthplace
    The Ranch, Queensland, Australia
  • Year Level
    Seventh Year
  • Job Title
    Part time at Someplace
  • Species
    Human
  • Blood Status
    Halfblood
  • Pronouns
    she/her
  • Played By
    Victoria Justice

Optional Character Items

  • Wand
    Oak, Phoenix, Very Flexible, 11 1/4 inches
  • Patronus
    Coyote

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    GMT
  • Pronouns
    She/Her

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  • Playerx Poppy
  • Plot Wants
  • Birthdate Day 5
  • Birthdate Month 5
  • Birthdate Year 2001
  • Manual Age 17
  • Unknown Age
  • Pronouns She/Her
  • Occupation Student/Part time at Someplace
  1. Remi had stood in front of this mirror for what felt like forever, looking at the dress and makeup she’d put on. Her roommate had the assistance of friends and family with choosing her outfit. Remi had saved up all her wages – besides what went towards the bills- too afford a dress for this dance, a ball she wasn’t really sure she should be going too. After all, Appendage had not long died and now she was just going to go on with her life, whilst his cage stood empty in the corner of the room. Quickly she wiped a tear that leaked out off her cheek, knowing that would mean she would have to reapply the damn make up. She really wasn’t sure why she was wearing makeup but the nice woman in the shop had spent so much time with her, getting the right stuff for her skin and showing her own too apply it. It had been fun then and fun the couple of times she’d done it after. Right here and now, though, it was a major pain in the backside. That was the moment the Meadow called out that she was ready. Quickly grabbing the sponges Remi hastily reapplied the parts she had wiped away calling out a quick “Coming!” as she did so. Stepping back she inspected everything from her new applied make up took the silver dress she wore. This was probably the best she was ever going to look. So turning around she exited the room, stopping as Meadow caught her eye. “Meadow, you look beautiful.” she said, walking over too her friend “That is an amazing dress.”
  2. Remi could have slapped herself when she caught Travis’ expression as her use of ‘The Mother’. The young girl wasn’t embarrassed by the life he had been born into. It wasn’t her fault, after all, but she had been warned that the outside wouldn’t understand; would judge and condemn her. This had made her wary about mentioning where she came from but she was also so keen add something too every conversation these things sort of slipped out. Thankfully it looked like the young man in front of her wasn’t going to push for more information, instead looked quizzical and then moved on. Well after he mentioned stopping and getting her suit, something she was practically bouncing on the balls of her feet with excitement about. Trying things on, showing them off, then buying it and wearing it! She was close to grabbing his hand and running off to do that right that moment. “That’s right, you did. Sorry.” she said, pretending slapping herself on the forehead “I’m really stupid.” though it was meant as a joke made at her own over enthusiasm, it also rang true to something deep down she thought about herself. Remi did believe it and since she was frequently told she was stupid, it made sense to joke about it. Then before she could continue on that train of thought, movement caught her eye and as she turned her head towards the movement who was she too see, but Appendage! “Appendage!” she yelped happily, scooping the little rat up and plopping him on her shoulder. Then turning too Travis, a beaming smile on her face. “Thank you soo much!” she said, stepping forwards and wrapping her arms around his neck in a very tight hug, the bowl with rat food forgotten on the floor. After a few moments she hopped back away from Travis, allowing him time to talk to Appendage then back to her. “Those are both amazing ideas. Do you know how to do the tracking charm?” she asked, as it was not a charm she had any experience with.
  3. “A bathing suit?” she asked at his comment about things one wears to the beach. The image that popped into her head was a mixture of two; both of which The Mother had shown to the group of girls in her class at the commune. One was acceptable, very little skin showing. All the bits that would encourage boys covered well up. It had looked like an uncomfortable thing to wear if someone had asked Remi, not that anyone ever did. The Mother had stated though it was the more acceptable of the two options it still showed far too much ankle for her liking. Apparently men couldn’t be trusted even with the sight of a bare ankle. Then he offered a few other things that could be done at the beach and well the thoughts of ankles and how they made nice men bad popped out of her head. “That sounds fun, though; I don’t have a bathing suit now that I think about it. I suppose I should buy one. Its okay that you haven’t been in a while, I’ve never been! The Mother said that beaches were not places good ladies and witches should be.” a shrug followed this. Remi never really felt that she belonged under category that started with the word good. “That sounds exciting as well.” walking up next to Travis she smiled into his face happily “I would be honored if you’d let me come with you to the beach and roller rinking!” it was almost like they were friends now. She didn’t have many friends, especially ones that she could look at for long periods of time and continue to enjoy the view. Then the conversation turned back to the creature they had originally been hunting. Appendage. Travis was very smart; asking her owns she normally got the old Rat’s attention. That was easy though and kneeling down on the ground she heaved her bag off her back, digging around in it for a moment until she pulled out a ceramic bowel and bag of rat food. Placing the bowel on the ground she carefully got a handful of the food out the bag, and then slowly allowed each bit of kibble to drop into the bowl making a distinct clink as it did. It did not take long for a small, grey and pink eyed Appendage too appear from where ever it was he’d gone too and scuttle across too his awaiting bowl of treats. Remi turned her head towards Travis from her kneeling position “He can’t see well, so the clink brings him running because he knows he’ll have something yummy.”
  4. I have lost my Appendage. He passed away happily in his sleep. He is now running around in the Rodent afterlife. Safe from cats and nasty treats.

    😭

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    2. Travis Franklin

      Travis Franklin

      Of course I will, Remi. You didn't need to ask.

    3. Remi Cornfoot

      Remi Cornfoot

      Oh, Thank you Travis, that means a lot to me ! 😘

    4. Travis Franklin

      Travis Franklin

      Just let me know the day and time of day ahead of time! Just to, you know, make it in time.

  5. “Yes, that’s him.” Remi replied with excitement, that excitement almost making her bounce off her spot on the bed. She was listening to the rest of what Meadow was saying and for the most part understood exactly where she was coming from, another part of her really didn’t get what she was saying. After all was it really wrong to sweet talk other people? Travis didn’t give her the impression that he was trying too do something she was uncomfortable with. Flirting, after all, could be fun or well so she imagined, having not done a lot of flirting in her life and having no real idea what someone flirting with her would consist of she only had what people had told her and what she had read in those books she kept under the bed at home as a frame of reference. “How would you sweet talk someone without a pulse?” Remi asked, latching onto the one thing in the conversation that probably wasn’t that important “No pulse usually, I think, means they are dead and therefore not capable of hearing when someone was sweet talking them.” she thought for a minute, leaning back onto her elbows slightly as she puzzled over how someone would sweet talk a corpse, then it dawned on her “Oh, do you mean Vampires? Does he know some Vampires? I’d love to meet one.” Though a Vampire might bite her and turn her into a vampire and Remi was only just getting used to being a normal witch without the whole possible death involved. Then she turned back to the conversation at hand and the question she had originally asked “So, Travis is your friend but the feeling I have is a good bad feeling because he is someone who will be sweet to me but eventually throw me into the sea?” that didn’t seem right, Travis, from their short acquaintance didn’t seem like someone who would throw her into the sea “That doesn’t seem right but he did invite me to the beach.”
  6. The seventh year is the last year of school, right?

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    2. Meadow Richards

      Meadow Richards

      Unique talents of finding out otherwise?

    3. Remi Cornfoot

      Remi Cornfoot

      I'll give it to you when we meet up again :)

    4. Travis Franklin

      Travis Franklin

      Well, if you have to ask, Meadow then I won't say a thing. 

      Sounds good, Remi! 😉 We can read a few pages together too.

  7. Remi didn’t entirely believe Meadow when she stated that she had no experience in the matter of boys and tingly feelings. It was the feelings that were more bothersome than the boy side of things. Though the boy caused the feelings, so, he was apart of the equation. This excuse of not having much experience would not stop Remi from pursuing her questions, after all, she didn’t really have that many other people to speak too about such things. The other students tended to not really interact with her outside of what they had to do in the classroom. This was something Remi should probably have felt bad or even concerned about but she was just too damn excited and full of curiosity and wonderment at this whole new world she had forced her way into to actually worry about making more than a few friends. Meadow was a great friend all on her own. “You probably know more than I do. The Mother always kept us away from the boys.” a shrug followed this odd sentence, the one thing she never did was expand on where she actually came from and who these people she sometimes mentioned where. It was better that way. “Anyway, a couple of days ago Appendage,” as if too remind Meadow who Appendage was she nodded too the rat cage sitting at the foot of her own bed “ran away and whilst looking for him I met this tall, dark and beautiful stranger!” then the rest of the story kind of rolled itself off her tongue “He’s not a stranger now though. His name is Travis and he helped me find Appendage and we’re going to the beach and something call...rink rollering? There was that feeling again, the tingling in her stomach and a slightly lower region that had never made such a fuss before “But where ever I see him or think about him I get a tingling feeling in this area.” she said pointing at her stomach and briefly wondering if she should mention the other region too before thinking wasn’t the sort of thing one spoke to other people about so left it off “Is this feeling a good bad feeling or a bad good feeling or a good good feeling?” with her very confusing question put out to Meadow she turned facing her friend and waiting for some confirmation of feelings and tinglings.
  8. The fact that he liked things do with pencils and papers wasn’t all that surprising since she’d sprung out on him when he was using such items. She hadn’t really looked at what he’d been doing with them and since she had been on a single minded mission to find her furry run away curiosity over it had been shoved to the back of her mind. That would likely return when Appendage was safely back on her shoulder. That was if she decided to allow him such rides anymore, after all, he’d run away and that deserved some kind of punishment. Yes, she thought, no shoulder time for Appendage. Once she had decided what punishment would befall her wayward rodent and pushed the thoughts about pencils and paper aside as well she zoned in on what else Travis was saying. The beach? She’d never been too the beach. She’d never been allowed to go places like that. The Mother always said places such as beaches were where muggles and tainted magic users would congregate, mix together and prey on the pure, such as herself. The Mother said that about everywhere outside of their own compound. Remi had found her to be wrong with almost all the places she had said where ‘diseased’. “Oh, I have never been to the beach before.” she replied excitement rushing down her person, the thought of going especially with Travis who she had decided was going to be one of her very best friends, it hadn’t really occurred to her to ask him what he wanted “What’s a roller skating rink?” she asked, tilting her head slightly as she continued to follow Travis where ever he led her on their joint mission to save Appendage
  9. Remi Cornfoot was not a girl who often kept things to herself, after all, she was often not sure about many things in the wider world that keeping things to herself was a good way of remaining in a constant state of confusion. This was a state she did not relish being in and so she often went out of her way to alleviate it. This had caused a handful of good and bad situations for her and one situation that left her feeling, well, tingly was the only word she could think of that summed up the feelings that arose when she thought of a certain fellow sixth year. His dark hair, dark eyes and randomly odd demeanor was, she was sure, not supposed to be a good thing. If she was back with the clan, they would quickly beat that tingle out of her. But, well, she liked the tingle. It was a nice feeling but that didn’t always mean it was a good feeling, sometimes tingling was a side effect from spells, potions and a curses. There was only one witch in all of Tally that she trusted to speak to about the good but possibly bad tingle that a certain male student gave her. So with that in mind and an open rat on her shoulder she almost burst into the flinders common room and made her way up to the shared dorm, once again coming through the door like some whirling dervish. “Meadow.” she said happily, finding her friend exactly were she knew her friend would be. On her bed, surrounded with books. Pushing some books out of her way she plonked herself on her friends bed, ignoring any social etiquette she should have used “I need some advise about boys and tingling feelings.”
  10. Remi listened to his reasons for checking down her shirt with one eyebrow raised at him. At the same time she was furiously trying to figure out if his argument actually made any sense. After all, her mother always warned her that boys had different logic to girls and a smart girl had to unravel the logic too see if it made sense. The problem with that is Remi wasn’t always the smartest girl in the room, especially rooms around Tallygarunga. Here she felt like a complete rat out of it’s cage. Free but over whelmed with the vastness of the new world before her. This was probably how Appendage felt right then. He’d escaped his locked in life but now that he was out in the world, he would be scared, alone and vulnerable to all sorts of confusing logic. So after a moment of calculating his logic and reasoning it out with her own, she responded. “Perhaps. But Appendage is a living wiggly creature. I think I would know if he was under my clothes.” though some of what he said made a small amount of sense so she added “However, if we don’t find him then I will let you check. Just in case.” this seemed like a satisfying compromise between them and so they could move on. This lead them on a bit of a search and then her announcement about giving him a present. “Hmm, I hadn’t thought about that. What sort of things do you like?” she asked, going over a list of things she had at not only school but also at the flat she lived in outside of the school hours. She might have some left over chocolate frogs, after all, she’d only really be interested in the cards and after a while she kept getting doubles and triples of the same ones, so she’d stopped collecting and opening the ones she did have. After all, there was only so many Harry Potter’s one could get before realizing he was actually quite an annoying person.
  11. “Noooo...” Remi said at his response to her pointing out she was pretty good at finding, jumping forwards and into his personal space. Then, of course, he changed his tune and it turned out he was most likely teasing her. The problem was that she’d got so close to him that she sort of forgot what he’d been talking about with him. Then, thank Merlin, he reminded her and as quickly as she’d jumped into his space she moved out of it with a bright grin on her features “Exactly, there can never be too many appendages!” It was nice that he agreed that Appendage was entitled to an education, well, he mentioned all rats though Remi felt that perhaps all rats was a bit extreme. After all, if all the rats were allowed an education and into classrooms then they would have to offer that out to other animals as well, such as cats, dogs and owls. Then each species would need separate rooms otherwise the rats would not live long in a class with those fearless predators that were cats. The dynamics of inter pet species education was something she would have to mull over during a less dramatic time. “Did you want to check down my top?” she asked, frowning at the movement he made. She was quite able to see under her own clothes “There isn’t any place to hide down there, really.” she said, pulling her top forwards to just look again. Then the hand shaking took place, along with him holding on to her for a little longer than she was used too. She returned his direct eye contact and smiled again, assuming that he was just one of those people her mum had mentioned before. Someone who was very friendly and tactile. Then the moment moved on to him pointing where he thought Appendage would be. “Oh that’s fabulous!” she said clapping her hands together and stepping up next to him “When we find him I’ll have to give you a present for helping find his wandering furry butt.”
  12. “I don’t know, I’m a very good finder!” she replied, not entirely unaware than what she was saying might encourage him to return to his previous activity instead of helping her finding her run away rodent “But, four eyes, two noses and four feet is a much better way of searching!” she concluded, hoping that he wouldn’t be put off. It really would be a big help having two people looking. It also helped that he seemed to have a good knowledge of the grounds. This was knowledge she lacked, then again, she had trouble finding her way out of her own apartment building at times. This could have been due to the fact that she was still fascinated with elevators and spent too much time going up and down the various floors. He mentioned her rats name and the fact he’d heard worse one in his time. This information peaked her curiosity and without thinking she took a small step towards him “Really? What names?” though this clever boy distracted her from that by bringing her back to the current problem, which was Appendage and his merry adventure. Well, she hoped it was a merry one. It was just as likely that he’d been kidnapped by rogue rats and was being ransomed for a handsome piece of cheese. “I put him in his cage and told him too stay as I had a class. Sometimes the teacher people don’t like that he joins me. Which I think is unfair, Appendage is entitled too an education.” not that the rat really ever paid attention in classes. He usually shuffled under her clothes and slept. Rat’s probably didn’t need to know that much about the world, now that she thought about it. “When I got back to my room he was gone. I have looked every where inside. Which is what brought me out here too you.” she smiled up at him at that, letting her dark eyes dance over his face. He was very pleasing too the eyes, she’d rather like to look at him longer but, well, he did the talking thing again. “Well, Appendage likes his bed, my shoulder,” she reached up with a finger touching her shoulder as she said this “He also likes going down my top, but, he’s not there.” though she still pulled at the t-shirt she was wearing to demonstrate where she meant. Then she remembered that it would probably be a good idea to introduce herself to this kind stranger. “Oh! I’m Remi!.” holding out her hand for him to shake “It’s nice to meet you.”
  13. It was obvious to her that she had startled the boy, since he seemed to jump a little and stop his doodling, well, that’s what she assumed he was doing. Though before she could change that assumption into an actual musing which would then, no doubt, progress to her craning too see what he was actually doodling, the boy spoke. His words told her that she was right that she had startled him, after all the poor duck could barely get his words out. Then he did, in her opinion, the oddest thing she’d witnessed in the last twenty minutes. He lent back ever so slightly and stared at her. Did she have something on her nose? She wondered reaching up and rubbing the left side of her nose just in case she did have some mystery stain there. It felt like he’d been staring at her for hours before he opened his mouth and spoke. He could form actual words and sentences! This was a fantastic thing she felt and the only thing that stopped her from naively congratulating him on this most basic of accomplishments was that he kept talking. He hadn’t seen Appendage. On that revelation she was going to simply turn and continue her search for her missing friend. She even went to do so, turning the angle of her body slightly only to here the next line that came out of his mouth. “You would?” she asked, turning her body back to face her savior, almost bouncing up on her toes in anticipation of help. “Oh, well, his name is Appendage. He’s a Rat with brown fur.” she thought for a moment, hoping that would cover everything needed to find her missing pet “and a long worm like tail but it’s really very soft. He also does this thing when he is happy where he grinds his teeth together and his eyes bulge out...” she trailed off a little after that “but that won’t help us locate him. You asked something else, right? Oh!” she clicked her fingers when the memory of what he said came back “Smell! He smells like a rat, which, I can’t really describe.”
  14. Her shoulder felt empty. The small amount of extra weight that often perched there, a weight barely felt most of the time, right then felt like someone had chopped off one of her limbs. This, she thought, is what people who went through tragic loss felt like. Like someone had just come along and hacked off an important part of their person then wandered off with it leaving that person in pain and despair. This was where Remi was right at that moment it limbless despair. Well, not so much limbless as she defiantly had all of those. A brief stop in her crawling mission to find what she was looking for was done, just to check she wasn’t missing any arms and legs as well. When all limbs were accounted for and the usual areas checked the young woman stood and brushed herself down. There was only one place left to look. The court yard; so turning on her heels she headed that way, stopping other students and even a few teachers every couple of steps to ask if they’d seen her missing appendage. Naturally no one had; after all, he was small and quick on his foot tiny feet. It would take someone with the skills of a seeker to have seen him before he scuttled passed them. Pushing open the door to the yard, she sighed heavily and pushed a few loose strands of mud colored hair from her face. When she found Appendage she was going to give him a stern talking to about running away. He was after all an old boy and going on jolly adventures would not be good for his tiny heart. His tiny, tiny stone cold witch abandoning heart. It was during this rather vehement thought and a few others that were less than animal friendly that she made her way towards the young man who was sat minding his own business by staring at flowers. Remi stopped for a moment a few inches from the young man and watched him, blinking as she looked between him and the flowers. “Excuse me,” she said finally, stepping forwards figuring though he was interested in flora that perhaps he would have seen a four legged escapee and clocked it “You haven’t seen my Appendage have you?” she asked, inching closer again when she noticed the pad and drawing implement in his hand. “He’s about yay high.” she said indicating the height of aforementioned appendage with index fingers “Four tiny legs and a long tail that looks like a worm.” hopefully this boy had seen him and could send her off in the right direction in her mission.
  15. Remi Cornfoot

    Remi Cornfoot

    Remi Winifred Cornfoot was born too a witch who was apart of a commune that existed just outside of Victoria, on the border of NSW. The commune was called Wizards First or the WF. The group believes that interacting with muggles have a negative impact of wizardry society. Remi’s mother was the daughter of a muggle born witch when she join and had seen, in her opinion, first hand how the clash of those worlds had destroyed everything she loved – well this is what she told her daughter. Remi was raised in this world, taking in the lessons given by the leaders of the group, learning only magic they deemed necessary and not expanding on their knowledge. As a child this seemed fantastic, she got a close community and many friends. Protected by her mother from a large part of the less than pleasant things that went on. It wasn’t until she was hitting her teenage years that she started to see threw the veil and lies of the commune. She began to wonder what she was missing out on. Yet leaving the security of the commune was not something she was in any hurry too leave. Then at the age of fifteen life changed again. Her mother passed away from spider bite that could have easily been treated if the group had taken her to muggles for help, but, instead they allowed her to suffer. This changed how Remi viewed them beginning to see flaws in the logic of the group. It took her a few months and reaching out to family members she wasn’t even aware she had to try and get out. It was a battle but eventually she packed up the few items she had and walked away. This also meant for the first time in her life she was out and alone in the wider world and signing up to attend school, coming in half way through a much more diverse education than she ever had. But one year on, living at school during the school term and having her own small place in the holidays, a part time job and her first ever pet she’s out there and trying to live in a world she was raised to be wary of.
Remi Winifred Cornfoot
Part time at Someplace Seventh Year
17 year old Halfblood Human she/her
Age:  17
Date of Birth: May 5th, 2001
Birthplace: The Ranch, Queensland, Australia
Year Level: Seventh Year
Occupation: Part time at Someplace
Blood Status: Halfblood
Species: Human
Player:  Poppy
Pronouns: she/her
Patronus: Coyote
Wand: Oak, Phoenix, Very Flexible, 11 1/4 inches
Play-by: Victoria Justice
Education: 

Currently: Seventh year Flinders student at Tallygarunga.

Secrets
  • Live independently from her parents and former community.
  • Is given money to survive on by them but doesn't have anything to do with them other wise.
General Knowledge
  • Is the granddaughter of the Minister of Magic in Queensland.
  • Father is high up in the ministry, though, peoples don't really know what he does.
  • Was raised in a commune.
  • Commune was disbanded.
Personality

Remi is an odd mixture of someone who wants to help everyone but also retain some independence without any real idea of who she is or what the world has to offer her. She has spent the majority of her life in seclusion only stepping out into the world in the last two years. This means she doesn’t always have a lot of social skills, is known to say or do the wrong thing and can be curious bordering on the inappropriate at times.

She loves experiencing new things and tends to get over excited at things for most kids her age are actually very normal, bouncing on her toes, speaking rapidly and often not making sense. She seems to have little fear and can be easily talked into new and dangerous situations under the guise of ‘a new experience’. The young witch seems to accept people at face value, not overly grasping that people may lie or have agendas other than what is right before her face.

But beside the wide eyed innocent and gullibility is a secretive side. She doesn’t like to talk about herself, about the past which is known well within the community she inhabits or how she survives away from that past. She can be rather sensible and makes practical decisions when it comes to certain aspects of her life. She studies hard and attempts to achieve good grades as sees this as a way to get to a better life.

She is lonely, finding it hard to fit in with her peers due to her slightly different upbringing and sometimes retreats from the general population into a world of books and stories.

Appearance

Remi is just about average in all aspects of her person.  She stands at around five foot five give or take a couple of inches, her body shape is slim and though she does have some curves they are subtle enough to not be noticed unless wearing clothes that are pretty much a second skin. Though her face is pleasant enough there is very little about it that makes her stand out from the crowd. She has large oval shaped eyes, the pupils a light brown. Her face is framed by long and wavy brown hair that she does very little too. Her eye lashes could be considered enviably long by some.

 

She walks with a slight bounce most of the time, a smile often donning her lips. Often she dresses in a mixture of comfort and fashion, heavily leaning towards fashion most of the time. Remi does tend to prefer colour in her outfits, sometimes showing up in some very bright eye sores of outfits.  The young witch can always always be seen with her pet rat on her  shoulder.

History

Remi Winifred Cornfoot was born too a witch who was apart of a commune that existed just outside of Victoria, on the border of NSW. The commune was called Wizards First or the WF. The group believes that interacting with muggles  have a negative impact of wizardry society. Remi’s mother was the daughter of a muggle born witch when she join and had seen, in her opinion, first hand how the clash of those worlds had destroyed everything she loved – well this is what she told her daughter. Remi was raised in this world, taking in the lessons given by the leaders of the group, learning only magic they deemed necessary and not expanding on their knowledge.

 

As a child this seemed fantastic, she got a close community and many friends. Protected by her mother from a large part of the less than pleasant things that went on. It wasn’t until she was hitting her teenage years that she started to see threw the veil and lies of the commune. She began to wonder what she was missing out on. Yet leaving the security of the commune was not something she was in any hurry too leave.

Then at the age of fifteen life changed again. Her mother passed away from spider bite that could have easily been treated if the group had taken her to muggles for help, but, instead they allowed her to suffer. This changed how Remi viewed them beginning to see flaws in the logic of the group. It took her a few months and reaching out to family members she wasn’t even aware she had to try and get out. It was a battle but eventually she packed up the few items she had and walked away. This also meant for the first time in her life she was out and alone in the wider world and signing up to attend school, coming in half way through a much more diverse education than she ever had. But one year on, living at school during the school term and having her own small place in the holidays, a part time job and her first ever pet she’s out there and trying to live in a world she was raised to be wary of.

 

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