Open Learning to Stick Together

Cameron Roswell

Very Definitely Magical
 
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Kris
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7/2044 (9)
If he thought about it, Cameron had no one to blame for this but himself. He'd complained about bored he was at home and now his mother had managed to track down the magical group thing that Cameron was certain he was going to hate. He was sure his mother thought it'd teach him all sort of magic things so he wouldn't be a complete mess when he finally started Hogwarts, but Cameron wasn't convinced. So far he couldn't even get his first patch onto the sash.

There must have been a trick to it he was missing. It wouldn't just stick to it, and Cameron didn't know how to sew. He'd been sat on a bench after leaving his first Niffler scout meeting and was contemplating just throwing his new sash in the river when the patch fell off for the 20th time. Maybe it could tell he was crap at magic and it was a sign he should just give up. Groaning, Cameron opted for simply slumping on the bench, throwing the sash over his eyes.

OOC: Questions about scouts? Check here!
 

Isadora Novak

✨ Rebellious | Free Spirit | Adventurous 🍀
 
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Out of all the ideas her parents had come up with to 'deal' with her, Isadora thought scouts was probably the most fun. Her parents thought that being part of the magical scouts might instill some sense of duty and discipline in Isadora. Though she also suspected it was a way to get her out of the house for a few hours. She knew the nanny had complained about her enough that her parents didn't know what to do with her. The final drop hadn't even been her fault, though. She really hadn't meant to spill her dad's expensive bottle of ink all over a family tapestry, it had been an honest mistake.

At least this was more enjoyable than having another fancy lady come to their house to tutor her in manners, and it meant she could get out of the house and meet some new people. Or... not so new people. Isadora had recognized the boy from the swing at the meeting, and she headed over to where he was sitting on a bench. Probably waiting for someone to pick him up like she was. "Why are you looking so down, that was fun right?"
 

Margo Fox

orphan | hopeless romantic | old soul
 
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Kadi
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Margo thought Gram had finally lost her mind when she suggested Margo join the Niffler scouts. Apparently her grandmother thought it would be a good place for her to socialize with kids her own age. Which was a valid concern since the people Margo talked to most were Gram’s old friends who came by the diner. But so far she hadn’t done much socializing and in fact spent most of the first meeting sitting by herself and worrying the ends of her sleeves between her fingers. When she went outside to wait to be picked up she was surprised to see two familiar kids. Well not that surprised since she had seen them during the meeting but had been too shy to say anything. Quietly she approached them. “You had fun?” she asked the girl curiously. If Margo was being honest she didn’t hate the meeting she had just been too busy feeling overwhelmed by all the kids. But she was intrigued about what she thought was fun about it. The boy did look pretty miserable now that she looked at him closely. “Did something happen?” she asked tentatively.
 

Cameron Roswell

Very Definitely Magical
 
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Kris
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Cameron groaned again when he heard someone speak, not keen on having an audience. He lifted up the sash from one eye, spotting the two girls he remembered from the park loitering around his bench. "I guess," he said moodily, dragging his sash down from where it was resting across his nose and eying the girls. "I can't figure out how to get the patches to stick." He admitted. It was embarrassing, but maybe they'd know if there was a trick or if he needed to just invest in some tape. The Niffler on his patch did a jaunty little jig at his admission, running a quick circle on the stitched background as if to mock him before settling back down. Cameron glared at it, flipping the patch so the Niffler side was face down against his pantsleg. "I don't wanna bother collecting any if they're annoying. I'm not learning to sew," he said obstinately. And besides, Cameron may not have been very familiar with magic, but he was sure he'd see a few kids who'd already managed to get their first patches onto their sashes already.
 

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