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Andrea Riverpond

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    Andrea Riverpond
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    10
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    1990
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    USA
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    Wandless Magic Professor
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    Pureblood
  • Pronouns
    She/Her/Hers
  • Played By
    Summer Bishil

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  1. Andrea was starting to wonder if these kids were on drugs or something. As far as she was concerned the class was moving smoothly until someone decided to go all Rambo on the poor mannequin and pulled it so had that it got destroyed on impact. It was interesting, the way the young man had done it, so be able to get hit with the mannequin and still stand? That was indeed interesting. Before she could finish her chain of thought she had to duck before she got hit with a piece of the mannequin. The class however, proceeded with two more students being able to pull the spell successfully. As Andy thought things were picking up, and that it was the time for the class to start getting interesting, another student got hit with the mannequin, who do these kids think they are? Hercules? She massaged her forehead for a few seconds before looking at Miss Richards, who was talking, Andy didn’t get half the things the girl was saying, but it was irrelevant, she understood enough. She looked at the young Flinder’s girl and took a deep breath. “Go ahead Miss Richards, you can take Miss Stewart to the hospital wing.” She spoke. She wasn’t going to stress too much about it, they would have other opportunities to use the spell she loved so much, and she would be able to have some fun, that didn’t involve her class being cut short. “Class is dismissed, whoever wants to leave is welcomed to, who wants to stay is welcomed as well. I will stay here in case anyone needs anything.” She was sure there were a couple of students that wouldn't mind staying, learn a few things, perhaps even get some answers to the questions they have, it was up to them if they wanted to remain in the classroom or not. If students remained she'd have no choice but to come with another plan and possible another spell.
  2. The previous class went smoothly, for the most part, and this was following the same path, Andy just hopped that it ended as well as it started, with no problems, no one going to the hospital wing for an injury. While no one answered her question, they all seemed to be entertained with the piece of paper she had left on the table. Some were a bit chattier than others, as long as they don’t start shouting. However, it didn’t take long for someone to start shout, but for the sake of making the class move Andy just decided to let the kids yell all they wanted, there was no point in telling them to keep quiet if things were going to get worse. “Alright, now that you have decipher or broken the spell on the paper, follow the instructions with your partner, if you’re afraid of what might happen because you’re not confident in your abilities, you’re welcomed to use the dummies.” Andy spoke as with a wave of her hand the dummies from the previous class lined up in front of the classroom for the students to take a better look at them. She didn’t want anyone to end up at the nurse’s office, even if it could be mildly hilarious. “Alright, you all can begin.”
  3. The kids began chattering to each other, or at least it was it looked like for the few whispers she had heard. The student seemed to be doing well for themselves. The only person in that class that seemed to have less experience was the Flinder’s girl, Mary Clarke if Andrea’s memory wasn’t failing her. Everyone else seemed to be capable of performing a spell easily without complicating, or so Andy thought. Miss Clarke had performed the spell with no complications, unlike in the previous term where she had some problems with it. Miss Haynes and Miss Kempf had done an outstanding performance, especially Miss Kempf with all the different shades of green. “Very good Miss Kempf and Miss Haynes. Good performance Miss Clarke. Maybe next year your can advance to the other class.” She wasn’t expecting MJ to advance to any of the other classes that year, the girl still seemed to have a few problems, but nothing that wouldn’t get better with practice. When Andy looked at Mr. Franklin she wasn’t sure what to say or do as the bubbled began to increase and multiply. Andy let it happen for a while before extending her hand to stop the spell. “Very good Mr Franklin, maybe next time we shouldn’t exaggerate on the bubbles, alright?” with a wave of her hand all the balls disappeared from the classroom. “Now we’re going to have Delores here, we’re going to use Diffindo and Reparo on this mannequin. Can anyone tell me what these spells do?” She asked, proceeding to walk along the class making sure all the students were hearing her instructions carefully, she didn’t want anyone destroying anything in the classroom other than the mannequin.
  4. Andrea clearly needed some help, at least something to refresh her brain. She was mentally exhausted from all the classes but this one was going to be different, these kids were more advanced. The thought didn’t leave her mind, she kept wondering if she could pull through that class. Putting thoughts aside she was ready to listen to what the kids had to say. Alex was the first to answer. The answer was correct, it could work with objects and people, depending what a person wanted to do with it. Right after Alex had replied to her, Lisa had done the same, and just like him she was correct, Alex’s answer was more complete, but Lisa’s had a point. “Mr. Winfield and Miss Knotley are both correct.” Andy walked back and forth as she looked at her students. “Everyone please get up and pull a Dolores towards you and that Dolores will be yours. Remember, this is a dummy not a real person, the strength has to be proportional or we might need to take a trip to the Hospital Wing.” The young professor walked to her desk and watched her students, it should be a relatively easy task for them to follow. She took what Alex had given her and opened it to take a sip. It wasn’t the best thing she had tasted, but that had tasted some really nasty things in the past, which in retrospective that drink wasn’t too bad. “Whoever needs help be sure to ask. While it’s apparently an easy spell to be done with a wand, without it requires more precision.” She stood still, next to her desk watching her student as they perform the task she wanted them to perform.
  5. It wasn’t anything extraordinary, it was simply to prove a point that kids are a lot tougher than they seemed, but it was also something that could mess them up. Andy wasn’t an expert on children and their behaviour, and they did deserve a stable environment to flourish and be whatever the good person they were supposed to be according to society. But Andrea’s moves didn’t seem to be as extreme as Adele’s, at least from what the woman was telling her about, it was almost like they were running from something. Andy’s moves were usually always at the end of the school year and she would have weeks to prepare, not just being warned in the middle of the night and do it on the spot. Whatever happened seemed to have been extreme, at least Adele didn’t seem to turn out too bad. Andrea took the bottle and poured more liquid in her glass. “Mine wasn’t so extreme, they can’t even be compared to be honest.” Andy understood that whatever had happened to the older woman in front of her was a lot worse than her moving around from continent to continent at her parents’ will, but she can’t say it wasn’t good, except perhaps being arrested. “I personally like watching their eyes, the weak one’s eyes or even the ones that think they have a shot.” Andy personally enjoyed crushing their spirits as the joy left their eyes as the interaction continues. It simply amuses her how many react and how they try to hide how intimidated they feel. “There’s a certain joy in watching them, in watching all their reaction as some run away with the tails between their legs…obviously those are just to torment.” Andy liked a challenge, there wasn’t that many that wouldn’t feel intimidated, but Andy could only dream of the day, but she was fairly content with the arrangement she had. She was surprised at Adele’s recommendations, more importantly, knowing what they were doing was the only thing that Andrea cared for. “Maybe this Matt for the Roo needs to shake his boat a little bit.” She shrugged, but Adele was probably right, if he was in a coma for that long he probably didn’t know how to sail again. “I guess I know where to start if things start to get a bit dry.” Her lips started to curl into a playful smile.
  6. That sort of respect…or fear wasn’t easy to accomplish. Andy has been in Australia to know enough about the Ministry and all those bureaucrats, they talked but didn’t do much, but apparently this one was different, still not someone she’d worry about. She continued to listen to Adele, she knew Adele had a daughter, but didn’t know she had two daughters, not that she cared, but it was still interesting. Andy put out her cigarette and took a gulp at her drink. Whoever wanted or had kids had to do what was best for them, it was no longer about the adults but about the children, her parents did whatever they wanted, which it wasn’t bad, she developed a lot of skills, but being a team player wasn’t one of them. “Well, my parents moved a lot when I was younger, I’ve been to three different continents before I graduated.” She looked at Adele, it was clear that the woman was doing what she thought it was best. “I did learn a lot of things, met a lot of people but moving around constantly was a struggle, never had too many friends.” Andy decided to tell Adele what happened to her, she didn’t turn out badly, just extremely cold and unable to get too attached to people, but otherwise Andy was exceptional in many things. Andy finished her drink and looked at Adele with an interested expression. “I can’t blame them to be honest.” Adele was pretty intimidating, Andy could now see why, she even had slight chills sent down her spine the way Adele said certain things. The most interesting thing was Adele even offering to give Andy some recommendations. “I’ll gladly take any recommendation you might give.”
  7. It mostly depended, perhaps Andy was just lucky when it came to married people. There isn’t seemed to be too much stress, and most were meaningless flings, nothing to worry about, might have been why she didn’t think about the effort. The only person Andy was currently seeing, in a more fun with no strings attached situation was married, and the sneaking around was fun, exciting and it didn’t always happen, as far as people knew they were just two friends hanging out, having fun, it was all they were required to know. It was a good point, but as long as two adults could separate things there shouldn’t be a problem, but humans were not predictable, most were petty, and couldn’t separate the things, not to mention there was this thing where sometimes people got too attached to others. Andy wasn’t the best person, but she could at least separate things. It was a shame that Adele thought that way, Andy would have to keep herself entertained in different ways that didn’t involve some company considering her current companion was a bit busy with other endeavours. “The important thing is to not give up, sure some people aren’t interested, but it’s not like they are the only people in the world.” Andy took a deep breath, she had been rejected, she had rejected more times than she could count, but it never stopped her for finding someone willing. However, she couldn’t understand what Adele was saying, did the Ministry of Magic would prevent Adele from having her fun? It was too complicated for her, she should learn not to butt into other people’s businesses. “I’m sure out there there’s someone who won’t be intimidated by anyone.” Andy still didn’t understand but it wasn’t something she would want to stick her nose into, she didn’t want any troubles, or at least things that could be blown her way.
  8. Once more there it was, another class, luckily this was the last one of the day. Andy rubbed her forehead, she was tired from all the students, she just had to survive that one and hopefully she would still be able to speak, assuming her brain wouldn’t turn into a weird slime. Before she knew it there it was, the students going inside and to her surprise was Mr. Franklin once more. “Good morning Mr. Franklin.” She watched the young boy take a seat, he really enjoyed her classes, or he enjoyed other things. A playful smile appeared on her lips before she noticed other students. Followed by the Bourke students other students start to enter, there it was, her headache trying to sneak past her. “Good morning Mr. Winfield. I’m starting to wonder if dividing this class was the best choice.” She spoke jokingly. It was the best choice for everyone, well for the students at least, surprisingly she wanted them to be good at it, not just average or not even being able to use magic without using their pointy sticks they call wands. She watched Alex with a surprised look, he was being extremely helpful, but the way he looked he seemed the kind of person that was not only helpful but was nice as well to others. ”Thank you.” She would consider it while the students were performing their spells. When everyone was in the classroom and some seemed more cheerful than others, Andy wondered what was going on, what were those kid’s on? Whatever it was she wanted some. “Good morning everyone.” She greeted everyone. “Today I introduce you all to Dolores, this beautiful mannequin. You all be using Carpe Retractum on them. Can anyone tell me what this spell does?” she asked the class room as she leaned onto one of the dummies. “After you all preform that spell we’re going to do a little game, but first I’d like to hear the answer.”
  9. This class seemed to have a decent number of students who actually belonged in the intermediate level, at least the ones that had entered the class room and that she had seem, but when she watched Mr. Franklin once more she was even more confused, he had showed previously to her class, and while she thought he was there for the easy class, now she was starting to wonder if it was because of the house points. It didn’t matter. “Good morning.” she greeted all of the students but decided to focus on Amber’s question for the moment. “If you want target practice we used Diffindo in my previous class Miss Cross.” Andy was planning on doing something like that for the last term, for the intermediate and the advanced class, the beginner’s class was already having some fun with shredding and fixing the mannequins. “Let’s start this class. On the table you all have a piece of paper that’s enchanted. Can anyone tell me how to dispel the magic?” She asked the classroom. Once again, she moved up and down the corridor, making sure everyone was listening to her. “You can start by dispelling the magic. After you successfully dispel the magic, you can all start by following the instructions.”
  10. She waited until some of the students were inside and once, they were she continued to wait to make sure everyone was there. She wasn’t sure who were the students that were going to attend that class of hers, but as she watched at everyone, she had a good idea of who they were, while some she didn’t really understand, others she knew exactly why. Miss Clarke and Miss Kempf were two of them, while they managed to get some of the spells done, it took them a while. Miss Haynes seemed to have the basic knowledge, the girl probably thought she needed the practice, Andy wasn’t going to give her a hard time for that. At last there was Mr. Franklin, he did well, the thought of seeing him there was a surprise, probably trying to do an easy class. “Good morning. I’m surprised to see some of you here, but the class if open for all.” She looked at the kids as she walked in the middle of the corridor she had made, she wanted everyone to be able to listen. “Alright, today we’re starting with something simple, a child’s play. You all learned this spell before, it’s quite easy.” She went back to the front and without moving her hands or saying the spell name she casted Bullarum Immortalem, a bubble producing spell. In the class several bubbles appeared above the students heads and around them, several sizes and several colours. “This is the spell you’ll be casting now. Does anyone know what’s it called?” she asked the class, as she took up walking again to make sure everyone listened. “Alright, you all can cast it, use different colours. Miss Clarke you’ll get yellow, Miss Kempf you get green, Miss Haynes you get red and Mr. Franklin you’ll get orange.” As soon as she finished the bubble popped and disappeared so that the students could make their own.
  11. Perhaps the problem with Andy wasn’t her inability to form a connection, as someone who travelled a lot as a child and teen, when she found herself in a new place, she had to simply avoid the painful departures, it was best to stay away, avoid feelings, which in the end avoided with people getting hurt. Andy didn’t like to be dependent either, and when feelings were involved there was a higher chance to be dependent, feelings just weren’t her thing. “I’d argue that some are in an open relationship, but can still be complicated, especially if you get to meet their spouse.” Andy wasn’t going to go too much into details without Adele asking, but it was an amusing story. She looked at Adele with a playful smile, she didn’t think Adele would be open to suggestions, but now that she does it can be an entirely different thing. “Younger men are willing and eager to please, it means they can be taught about all the right places. Older men are tricky…” Andy personally didn’t care with whoever she had her fun, as long as the person was willing it was irrelevant to her their marital status, age and gender. “Some do know and give you the best time, most think they know and crash and burn. Those last are amusing to poke fun at.” Too old makes her feel like she’s dating a father, which are usually those she avoids the most. “Women are in my honest opinion those you can absolutely give you the best time. And if you want to search start closer to home, neighbourhood, here at school.” She leaned over the table and stared at the older woman for a little while. “If a person is up for some fun with no strings then you have nothing to worry, if they get too attached and clingy just make a popsicle out of them.” Andy went back to her original position and took a gulp of her drink while she continued to watch Adele. Andy chuckled at Adele’s comment. “You don’t forget, you might be a bit rusty but once you pick it up? I’m sure you’ll remember exactly how to move.” Adele was a beautiful woman, even if she didn’t remember how to move, there were plenty of people there willing to remind her, Andy herself wouldn’t mind. Was it bad that Andy was thinking like that? Probably. “You’re a beautiful woman, I’m sure some people will gladly try help you remember how to move, if they can obviously.”
  12. Perhaps Adele was right, or perhaps it meant that she still needed to find herself. A person’s true core never really changes, while people grow and may temporarily change, either because it was the best suit to wear at that moment, or because of someone, the true core is still intact, it’s still inside waiting for an opportunity to come out and show itself to others. No matter how much people run from it, it’s impossible to run forever, putting up a front can’t last forever, and it was impossible to hide. Andy decided to stay quiet about this, not that it required her to open her mouth and state her opinion, it wasn’t asked. Andrea accepted more when Adele offered, it wasn’t like her to decline some free drink, even if it was one of the worst things she had drank. Andy never believed in running away, it usually creates more trouble than those it solves, it was preferable to take a problem head on, or at least study to see what the best course of action was. It was different ways to look at a problem, there were many, Andy simply enjoyed the challenge, or fail, crash and burn into the ground, which then she would run with the tail between her legs like a coward. She looked at Adele and shook her head. “I had crushes like most of us had, but, no deep connection, no curiosity. My heart does beat for Ibiza, and other types of fun, but never someone else.” Andy was too independent, while she enjoyed her little fun, it had to be with no strings attached, she wouldn’t be caught dead being dependent on someone else, the moment feelings happened she knew it was time to move along and find someone else to have her fun with. She simply didn’t do feelings. Adele’s next question seemed off and strange, and Andy still didn’t know that many people around town, or people that she could actively have fun with. “I don’t know that many people yet, but it depends, are you’re into men, women, both? Do you care if they are married or not? Do you mind if they are younger than you? It really depends on your preferences.” Andy seriously didn’t know how to answer to that, she knew there were a couple of students that once they turned eighteen they would most likely be able to give someone a good time, assuming they knew how to use it. “In my opinion, flirt, see who replies back, then just test the merchandise, if you like how it moves and how it makes you move, that would be the one I’d pick but in general, go for the ladies, the make you move in a good way.” Andy said winking at Adele.
  13. It might not be something one plans one, but Andy was pretty sure that wasn’t going to happen, getting close enough to people in order to start feeling that wasn’t something she wished, perhaps she was being young and naïve about it, but it was still something she was going to avoid. Andy doesn’t do feelings, especially those that involve love, besides, it was an emotion that would make her put someone else’s needs in front of her own, and whoever wasn’t alright with that could just simply leave. Andy had never been in love, she loves a lot of things, but the need or desire to love someone else? It certainly wasn’t something she was willing to do. She watched as Adele spoke, quietly taking in all the information, obviously someone older knew a lot more about life than Andrea, but did Andrea care about what Adele had to say? Probably not, it would be a useless advice that no matter how good it was, Andy was going to ignore, but it was rude to talk over others. She continued to listen to Adele, regardless of how Andy thought about relationships and love all that, she couldn’t help to wonder if Adele was right. The whole idea of love was still rubbish, but it was clear what it can do to someone, at least it was she was understanding by how the woman was talking. When Adele finished talking Andy was unsure what to say or do. Was this a moment where she would have to say some comforting thing about it? Or should she just be quiet about the situation? The man was gone, there wasn’t anything no one could, except move forward. “Perhaps what you need is to reinvent yourself, and maybe take back that control, catch the students by surprise, watch them running around like headless chickens afraid of what might happen.” It seemed the most accurate thing to say, from Andy’s point of view. Andy wasn’t the best giving advice, and she probably enabled certain things that was frowned upon. “I’m thinking nothing will probably be grandiose enough, but I’m talking from a point of view of someone who had nothing like.” Maybe Adele needed to reinvent herself, be the one that fills her, Andy wouldn’t mind watching her terrorize a few students, she was certain they wouldn’t behave like zoo animals.
  14. It didn’t matter if Adele hadn’t done it in a while, the simple fact that she could was impressive, and Andrea admired that. It was irrelevant though, while it was something Andrea would enjoy watching for her own amusement, she was sure someone would need to fuck up big time and she wasn’t going to hope for someone to do it, even if she knew that it couldn’t take long, after all the students were prone to mess things up, all she had to do was wait for one to do so. To Andrea it seemed that the older woman had gone through a few things, the way she was talking it seemed that it had been rough, but Andy had to admit the woman had managed well. The younger female watched Adele quietly as the woman continued to talk. Apparently, it had been a husband. “I don’t plan on. But thanks for the warning.” She leaned on the chair always looking at the older woman. “Love is too complicated, people always expect you to change and why get attached to someone when you can have all the fun with no strings attached?” Andy preferred that kind of fun, if people wanted love, they could just get a dog, there was no need for company unless it was to have some fun. “It’s not love exactly. You can still fall in love and be a badass that everyone fears. I think it’s us. The need we have to be better for someone else.” Love wasn’t Andrea’s department, she had never been in love, she barely had any crushes, what she did have was fondness for certain people, and that didn’t categorize as trying to be better for someone, she just did whatever she wanted, how she wanted and sometimes, with whoever she wanted and wanted her, maybe it was a matter of perspective. “But, my point stands, why love someone when you can have the fun? Want love? Get a dog, those will love your either you’re good or evil as long as you feed it and rub it’s belly.”
  15. Andy took the pack of cigarettes that slide across the table. Cigarettes weren’t her thing, but she doubted Adele had what Andy preferred. Andy took a cigarette out of the pack and lit it as she watched Adele pour her some of the alcohol, that was the stuff that fucks up livers, not that Andy intended to live forever anyway, but she did need to get some of the good enough not to make those who don’t drink die after the first sip. She listened as Adele spoke about Lauren, while Lauren hadn’t created havoc in her classroom, except for the slight accident that happened with chalk. Admiration was the best way to describe how Andy felt towards the older woman, respect was a hard thing to come by, and students didn’t quite answered to respect, but most answered the fear, the light of hope going out in someone’s eyes as they realized no one is going to save them from the mess they created was satisfaction enough for Andy, while she had no desire to be as feared as Adele, she did respect the woman, besides, it would be hard to meet someone who shared her own fondness for books. The wicked half-smile in Adele’s face made Andy smile, an amused one. “The tales didn’t disappoint.” Andy confessed taking a sip of her drink while she looked at Adele. The older woman was everything she had heard, only Andy admired the woman. “I would love to see that in action one day, I think it would be very impressive. I was genuinely intrigued, I am ashamed it took me so long to finally have a decent conversation with you.” While Andy wasn’t planning on scaring anyone anytime soon, unless they deserved it, she would be amused to see someone genuinely scared. Adele didn’t seem to be as some portrayed, perhaps because Andy was an adult and wasn’t joking around school.
Andrea Riverpond
Wandless Magic Professor
28 year old Pureblood Human She/Her/Hers
Age:  28
Date of Birth: July 10th, 1990
Birthplace: USA
Year Level: 
Occupation: Wandless Magic Professor
Blood Status: Pureblood
Species: Human
Player:  Tecri
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Patronus: Lynx
Wand: Holly wood with unicorn hair core 10''
Play-by: Summer Bishil
Education: 

Castelobruxo (South America - Brazil) 2001/2002 - 2002/2003

Uagadou (Africa - Uganda) 2003/2004 - 2006/2007

Hogwarts (Europe - Scotland) 2007/2008

VMU (Australia) 2009/2010 - 2016/2017

Secrets

They are secrets after all...

She often avoids long term relationships because she moved a lot growing up, it never allowed her to grow any roots.

Unregistered animagus: Lynx

She jogs every morning. 

She fears birds.

She was arrested, at least two times, trespassing and breaking into schools and libraries at night, however, it's not on her file and no one seems to know about this.

 

 

General Knowledge

She traveled around a lot;

She studied in three different Wizarding Schools

She dislikes small children (babies - 8 year olds) 

She likes books and silence

Personality

Andy was born in the United States of America, her life was boring, aside from traveling from place to place and never being able to make that many friends over the years.

She spent most of her time moving around from place to place due to her parents' line of work because they worked with magical creatures. At a young age, she moved to Brazil, at first her parents were in a secluded village where Ella learned new ways to do magic, eventually, she enrolled in their Wizarding School, Castelobruxo. While in Brazil she developed a taste for magizoology, just like her parents.

Her life in Brazil lasted for six years but right after completing her second year in Castelobruxo, Andy and her parents moved to Africa, where she had to enroll in the Wizarding School of that region, Uagadou, there she completed her third and fourth year. While there she learned new abilities, one of them being the wandless magic, Andy's affection towards it grew, her wand wasn't unpredictable, but she always felt that it couldn't be the only way to do magic. 

One year before completing her final year at the school she moved to Scotland, she wasn't particularly happy that both her parents decided to move there, she was pleased with her current school, but at least it gave her the opportunity to learn new things, she wasn't even sure how everything worked there, but as soon as she graduated her parents decided to move again, this time to Australia. Upon hearing that they had a University, Andy couldn't wait to get out of Scotland, but when she arrived she saw that the place was even worse, regardless, she pursued her studies further. Her first year as an undergrad student was complicated, she was used to a simpler way of life in Africa and took her too long to adapt to a city where everyone had everything without working too much for it. It took her a while, but she eventually adapted to the comfortable life of the city, but never forgot what she wanted.

Being proficient at Wandless Magic, Andy became better by the day and shortly after graduation, she applied to a vacant stop at the local Wizarding School to be a Wandless Magic Professor.

Appearance

Andy is slim and is 155cm tall. Initially, she doesn't look very intimidating, at first glance at least, and may seem younger than she actually is. Her choice of clothing might not be the best, and it makes her look like a cold and distant person, someone who prefers to keep to herself, which is mostly accurate.

Her skin has a slightly dark tone to it since her mother is of Mexican descent and her father of Indian descent. She had long brown hair which is rarely tied in a ponytail or in a bun. She also has brown eyes. 

History

Andy was born in the United States of America, her life was boring, aside from traveling from place to place and never being able to make that many friends over the years.

She spent most of her time moving around from place to place due to her parents' line of work because they worked with magical creatures. At a young age, she moved to Brazil, at first her parents were in a secluded village where Ella learned new ways to do magic, eventually, she enrolled in their Wizarding School, Castelobruxo. While in Brazil she developed a taste for magizoology, just like her parents.

Her life in Brazil lasted for six years but right after completing her second year in Castelobruxo, Andy and her parents moved to Africa, where she had to enroll in the Wizarding School of that region, Uagadou, there she completed her third and fourth year. While there she learned new abilities, one of them being the wandless magic and one very popular at that particular school, that one she could never master, but Andy's affection was towards wandless magic, her wand wasn't unpredictable, but she always felt that it couldn't be the only way to do magic. 

One year before completing her final year at the school she moved to Scotland, she wasn't particularly happy that both her parents decided to move there, she was pleased with her current school, but at least it gave her the opportunity to learn new things, she wasn't even sure how everything worked there, but as soon as she graduated her parents decided to move again, this time to Australia. Upon hearing that they had a University, Andy couldn't wait to get out of Scotland, but when she arrived she saw that the place was even worse, regardless, she pursued her studies further. Her first year as an undergrad student was complicated, she was used to a simpler way of life in Africa and took her too long to adapt to a city where everyone had everything without working too much for it. It took her a while, but she eventually adapted to the comfortable life of the city, but never forgot what she wanted.

Being proficient at Wandless Magic, Andy became better by the day and shortly after graduation, she applied to a vacant stop at the local Wizarding School to be a Wandless Magic Professor.

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