Open Starting Fires Wherever We Go

Celia Vuong

one may smile, and smile, and be a villain
 
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1,558
OOC First Name
Ana
Blood Status
Half Blood
Relationship Status
Single
Wand
Curly 11.5'' Sturdy Elm Wand with Meteorite Dust Core
Age
16
Strictly speaking, Celia did not need to do the "homework" Professor Castillo had assigned them. There was no way he could check whether they had actually practiced fire and illumination spells as he'd told them to. Plus, she didn't really need the practice. Fire charms were some of her favorite spells, and she deployed them liberally both inside and outside duels. She found it oddly empowering to know she could produce something so destructive with a simple wave of her wand.

So Celia had made the long walk to the towers after dinner not to practice fire spells, but fire scrying. It was an area of divination she had relatively little experience in, and she figured it was about time she changed that. Fire was a notoriously chaotic method of divination, but perhaps it could tell her something that her tarot cards and tea leaves couldn't. Celia found an isolated spot and sat down on a large windowsill. When she was younger, she used to spend a lot of time up here, gazing out into the distance and daydreaming of flying far, far away. It was too dark to see much now, but she spared a glance at the stars before turning her attention to the candle she'd brought. "Incendio." The wick caught fire, and Celia tried to empty her mind as she stared to the side of the flame, waiting for a vision to emerge.
 

Elara Chatelain

🎪 | Heta Pres | Seeker 😍 | QQS Assistant
 
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680
OOC First Name
Kiersten
Blood Status
Mixed Blood
Relationship Status
Seeing Somebody
Sexual Orientation
Zay
Wand
Curly 8 1/2 Inch Swishy Cypress Wand with Phoenix Tail Feather Core
Age
4/2041 (17)
Elara hadn't been writing to her family as much during the school year, with leading Heta and all the additional quidditch practice (which paid off). She had spent a good deal of time writing individual letters to her dads and sisters, as well as a few other members of the company that she missed dearly. The whole group was less like a business and more like a family, and while Elara knew that dynamic would change somewhat once she took over, she hoped to still have everyone by her side.

Having given all her letters to a few different owls so their could actually carrying the multiple scrolls, she headed back down the stairs into the castle. It had been empty on her way up, but she saw a light dance near a window and realized a person was nearby. As she got closer, she could tell it was Celia, a familiar face from Heta, but not someone she had particularly been interested in getting to know. The girl seemed rather abrasive, and Elara liked to keep her world as positive as possible. But as she walked by, she knew it would at least be polite to greet the Slytherin. "Good evening, Celia," she said with a bright tone, wondering what exactly she was doing setting fire to things at night.
 

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