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With a classroom located safely up on the sixth floor and out of the mist’s reach, there was no need for Transfiguration lessons to be relocated which meant no excuse for confusion or tardiness. The view from the classroom windows was usually a pleasant one, especially this time of year, but a glance out of the window nowadays was enough to leave anyone with an ominous feeling.

Having given the instruction at the end of the previous lesson, he was looking forward to seeing what inanimate items everyone brought along with them to class this afternoon. It could be anything. Something personal or something random found within the castle walls.

Barlow double-checked that all windows were securely closed before moving to open the classroom door for this afternoon's lesson. And yes, he still looked tired and bedraggled but by now everyone was surely used to it.

OOC: Hello and welcome back! As mentioned in the post, Barlow asked your kiddos to bring an item with them to this lesson. It can literally be ANYTHING so let your imaginations run wild. You've got approx. 24 hours to post your greetings before we crack on.

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Uh.

UHHHHHHHHHHH.

Drewett's ears turned a bright shade of pink at being addressed with his former surname. He didn't mind, it was probably an honest mistake. Professor Barlow could have forgotten. "Gunter, sir..." The Ravenclaw politely and quietly corrected, hoping the Transfiguration professor heard him enough to remember that he hadn't been using Slinkhard for a couple of months now.

But, y'know. He still really thought it had just slipped Barlow's mind.

The fifth year began working on his wand work, which usually didn't take along since he'd already flipped through this chapter in advance. OWLs had been his primary driving force for all the advanced studying he'd been doing, but also the mist was forcing him to do nothing else. "Mutatis Mutandi... Mutatis Mutandi... Mutatis Mutandi...." Drewett repeated under his breath, to get the incantation to flow better with his tongue. Oh, and there definitely was still a little bit of poop on one of the feathers. Erm. Drewett hoped it wasn't from his own owl, but who even could tell?

Alright, first station. Drewett looked from his cube to the feathers in front of him. "Mutatis Mutandi," he said along with an upwards motion and sideways flick. He had managed to make one face of his unsolved Rubik's Cube turn brownish in color. Kind of like a gradient. And the feather in front of him had a some sort of a rainbow gradient as well.

.........?

He was confused. Eyebrows furrowed. It worked but also...it didn't? Drewett had almost missed the question, but he was lucky enough to catch the Hufflepuff prefect speak up. Right, right. "Well, if th-the laundry gets messed up, sir, and I ended up with a different house tie..." The Ravenclaw started. And it had happened before, by the way. Perhaps some younger student (named Skeet Sayse) was messing around with everybody's laundry. "I-I could switch the colour for a blue Ravenclaw one." Very practical.
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SPOILER!!: rosie
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Rosie nods at the professor and smiles while looking at her item. She placed it on the center of her table and awaited for the activity. The professor was walking around and making sure that everyone was doing the task correctly. Rosie just wonders how or what they will transform their objects into. The thought itself made her excited with it.

Mutatis Mutandi!

So that's why they needed to make sure that they know the items very well. Rosie watched the professor's hand gesture for the spell. Rosie does need practice on that but she's good at learning by watching. So, hopefully that would be an advantage to her. She looked back when the professor gestured. She takes a deep breath and went closer to the first item, which is the feather. That's the first task they will be doing for this activity.

Seems hard.
For a thirteen year old.

Rosie concentrated and drew out her wand. She keeps repeating the spell in her head just so she won't forget it. Taking a deep breath and moved her hand in an upwards motion then sideways flick "Mutatis Mutandi." she uttered.

Hmmmm....

Well, not that she's completely failed. It did turn out similar, sort of. It looks like the feather just with a longer end and the color is slightly different shade of grey. She stared at the other students. Is this okay-okay?

How would you use this in every day life?

Honestly? Even Rosie does not know if she would ever find herself using this in the future but who knows. Trying her best to think about it, it would mostly be when you're trying to hide something, right?


“Not bad, Rosie!” Not exactly great either, but definitely not bad. But even if it HAD been bad, Barlow would’ve been ready to deliver all the encouragement because that's just how he rolled.

SPOILER!!: daisy
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Daisy thanked Professor Barlow when he praised her worked and informed her of the difficulty of the next workstation as she made her way to it. She thought about the question Professor Barlow had just asked and raised her hand. "I am not sure if this is a correct answer. Say you are wearing a short-sleeved shirt and the weather turns a bit cooler. You could use a Switching Spell to change the short-sleeved shirt for one with long sleeves."

When she had given her answer, the seventeen-year-old placed her bracelet down next to the pile of stuffed animals and selected a green frog. Concentrating on the colour of the frog and her bracelet, she moved her wand upwards and ended it with a sideways flick, saying, "Mutatis Mutandi!" a bit louder than she did when she was at the first workstation. Nothing happened so she really concentrated and again said, "Mutatis Mutandi!". This time the frog was silver and the bracelet's main part was green in colour.

Daisy took in a small breath and exhaled as she made her way to the final workstation. She had to admit that she was rather nervous about this one. After carefully inspecting the mannequin's attributes, Daisy set her bracelet next to it and took a minute or so to visualise. "Mutatis Mutandi!" she said as she moved her wand upwards, finishing with the sideways flick. To her slight frustration, nothing happened. "Mutatis Mutandi!" Daisy repeated, her eyes narrowed in concentration. The mannequin's left hand was now metallic like it had a gauntlet on, whereas the bracelet resembled a wooden circle.

"How was that, Professor?"


“Sounds like you’re referencing something more along the lines of an extension charm,” Barlow mused thoughtfully while Daisy absolutely ACED the second and last workstations. He especially liked the silver gauntlet-like hand the mannequin was now sporting. “But switching could also work. Good work, Miss Swann.”


SPOILER!!: lucas
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The answer? It wasn't a success.

Lucas jumped slightly when he heard a voice talking to him and turned his attention to Barlow. Reverto. Oh. So it was simple, then? And he needed to clear his mind of distractions, which was a good tip, even if it was very hard to do right now. Thoughts were distracting, y'know? That was his biggest problem: thoughts.

But all of that was driven away when Barlow asked if..... he had lunch?? Lucas furrowed his eyebrows, clearly confused. What did lunch have to do with Transfiguration? "Uh, I think so? I just grabbed something small and ate it somewhere else because..... reasons." Those being that the common room was too crowded and it made him feel more anxious than he already was.

But, you know, he wasn't going to say that.

Now. How could they use this spell in everyday life? The clothes answer was a really good one, and he half wished he'd thought of that sooner. But another way of using the spell? The Gryffindor started looking around, at the walls and the tables and all the books that-

Oh.

His hand shot up in the air. "What if you bring the wrong book to class? I mean, if I was coming to Transfiguration and brought my Charms book by accident, I could just swap the two, right?" Pause. "Do you think it's very tricky to do the further apart the objects are?" He certainly thought so.
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After he answered, Lucas decided to turn back to the workstation, this time changing his elephant's tail back to what it was with a simple "Reverto!" He was going to give it another go, and follow Barlow's advice of clearing his mind of distractions. Which, by the way, was easier said than done.

He stood there, eyes closed and breathing deeply. Clear his mind of distractions. Clear it. Anyone watching might be confused why he was standing there with his eyes closed and his wand in his hand - he certainly would be - but he was silently hoping that they were too busy with their own spells to really pay attention to him. But that was asking for more distractions so.....

Breathe.

He didn't know how long he was standing there - a minute? two minutes? five? - but after a while, he opened his eyes and pointed his wand at the objects. "Mutatis Mutandi!" he called, moving his wand upwards and then giving it a sideways flick. Feather for a tail. Feather for a tail.

.........

FEATHER FOR A TAIL! HE DID IT!

Lucas physically punched the air while letting out a small "YES!" as he went. It was probably the weirdest looking elephant but hey, it had a feather for a tail now.


He didn’t pry into what exactly those ‘reasons’ were but nodded and continued to observe the young Gryffindor’s work. “Word of advice - Transfiguration is always easier on a full tummy. Nothing more distracting than an empty stomach, huh?”

And as for his switching in everyday use example??

“It’s much trickier to perform a switch when one or both of the objects aren’t close by… waaay further for those particles to travel. And that would require switching a lot of pages, it’d be easier to switch the covers but well, that wouldn’t be much use I suppose.” But otherwise, yes! He definitely had the right idea!

And look at that, seemed he was getting the hang of it!


SPOILER!!: dorian&archer
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Dorian listened to the Professor as he came to look at his work. Personally, he did not think he had done a good job because the feather was still black and pointy like an arrow but he guessed that for a first try, it looked good enough. Did that mean he could go to the next station? Holding on to the feather, Dorian walked over to the next station which held fluffy stuffed animals. But before he could choose one, he turned his gaze away from the station to the Professor. He thought for a moment and a scenario came to mind he had been in before. "What if you're alone in the bathroom and no one is around and you realise that the toilet paper is out? You can use the switching spell to switch any random object with a roll" anyone who said they had never been in a situation like that before was a liar.

Lowering his arm after answering, he grinned when he looked over the station table and saw a duck plushy between them all and picked it up. He knew his father had an obsession with ducks when he had been a student and although it had calmed down now, he noticed that his eyes still seemed to shine whenever he saw one. Only now he didn't act upon his feelings of going 'alkfwgklhawgio'. Personally, he did not see the fascination about ducks. Seriously, they were just....ducks....what was so special about them?

Deciding on using the duck plushy mainly because this was probably the only chance he'd get to transfigure a duck no matter if it was a stuffed animal,Dorian immediately pointed his wand at it because he knew that he wanted to change the beak of the duck with that he was currently visualising. He concentrated on the shape of the chain on his antique compass, fake gold . He moved his wand upwards with a quick motion and flicked it sideways as he said the incantation "Mutatis Mutandi" while he concentrated on switching the components. Immediately, the orange beak started to change in to a golden color and the chain on the compass turned orange.

He frowned as this was not the desired result he had planned and reversed the spell, placing it back in order. He tried a couple of times more and at the seventh try, he was able to change half of the beak of the duck in to a chain and he looked down at the compass on the table and saw that the end of the chain had a small plushy beak. It looked weird.
SPOILER!!: archer
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"Or, you know, just switch the empty roll for a full one," she spoke up while scourgifying some poop from the owl feathers. Because, while her shirt was a lost cause for wearing, she could still make a pillowcase or a purse out of it. And who wanted owl poo on their pillowcase? Anyway, once the poop was gone, she imagined the feathers taking the place of the buttons. "Mutatis Mutandi." Ooops. Only pieces of the buttons were replaced with feathers. One look caused her to laugh at her mistake. It looked funny, okay?

She fixed her mistake quickly and tried again. "Mutatis Mutandi." This time, the whole buttons were switched with the feathers, the buttons laying where the feathers had been and the feathers had taken their places. Good. She reversed the spell and moved on to the next station.


Well, that was a very specific scenario, wasn’t it? “Rookie mistake, Mr Katharos, you should ALWAYS check before you go.” HOWEVER. “I don’t see why that wouldn’t work… providing that you have something in the stall that you can use as the switch of course.” And if you didn’t mind said object getting….. ruined. “OR just switch the empty one for a full one.” Thank you, Archer, yes. “Good work both of you!”

SPOILER!!: nettie
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Switching spells! For the first time in a VERY long time, Nettie was practically giddy in class. She'd read about these spells before, and she hadn't really gotten a chance to try them. Transfiguration was becoming one of her best subjects, so the fact that she FINALLY got to try out one of the spells she'd been dying to try? Yes, she was ONE happy Ravenclaw at the moment. It almost made her completely forget that there was an ominous mist outside the castle, waiting to strike and send them all in to a fear induced spiral.

The object Nettie had brought with was her snitch necklace - but not the one she'd been wearing recently. No, she was using her original one, the one Royland had gotten her that she'd duplicated during the infamous Locket Incident of her second year. She hadn't worn it in almost a year though, since she had a better one now. So it was the perfect item to use for this class. Just in case anything bad happened, she wouldn't be THAT heartbroken. It was also fitting in a weird sort of way that the object she'd first successfully used a transfiguration spell on was being used for this as well. It was all coming full circle.

She'd written out the description of her item, and had just finished when the professor announced they were moving on. FINALLY. Enough talking about it, she was ready to start DOING.

The easiest thing to do for the first station would be, of course, to envision the feathers taking the place of the wings. She closed her eyes and focused on the locket having REAL feather wings - that would actually be super cool! She moved her wand upwards and then flicked it sideways, muttering "Mutatis Mutandi!" She looked down at her locket, and noticed that the wings were decidedly more...feather like, but not QUITE there yet. She reached forward and ran a finger along the wings - they FELT a little less metal-y and a bit softer. There was lots of room for improvement, though. She cleared her throat and attempted to try again - so engrossed in practicing, she didn't even notice the next question. Whoops.


The Ravenclaw’s enthusiasm was clear as day and Barlow was just glad it wasn’t ALL gloom. Hey, as long as you didn’t glance out of the window this could almost pass as an average class on an average day in an average term where there wasn’t any mist of impending doom!

“Feathers as wings, good vision!”


SPOILER!!: tina
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A pink flush rose to Tina's cheeks as Professor Barlow said she hit the nail on the head. She didn't expect her answer to be correct - at least not in the sense of guessing the person's subject anyway! She was just trying to think of something to do with a wide assortment of objects that wasn't vanishing. Oh, okay, so they were swapping out characteristics, not the whole objects themselves. That made perfect sense. She listened intently to Barlow's explanation, taking a few notes, and prepared for the activity.

She picked up her broken beater bat, feeling its weight and hardness as she laid it across her desk. She turned it over a couple of times, closely examining from all angles. Her fingers ran along its smooth surface, stopping short of the broken top part. Now she felt she had enough information to write down some characteristics. She gently scooted the bat toward the edge of her desk to make room to write and picked up her quill. She jotted down:

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Tina Dantes
6th year Ravenclaw

Object: broken beater bat

1. The bat is made of wood, dark brown in color. It is heavy and solid.

2. It has a sort of oblong shape and is about half the length of my arm.

3. Its surface is smooth and solid, with the exception of the top. The broken top is rough and splintery


Tina finished writing just as Professor Barlow started speaking again. The more she heard about the next activity, the more pleasantly surprised she was. When she heard they were doing switching spells. she thought for sure the activity would involve partnering off and switching a characteristic of one's object with someone else's. She was so glad that turned out not to be the case! There was too much uncertainty involved with group work, and besides, she got things done faster on her own. Tina paid careful attention to the spell demonstration, copying down the incantation written on the board, then set to work practicing the individual components of the spell before combining them. The wand movement was pretty straightforward, but the pronunciation would take a bit of work. "Mutatis Mutandi," she mumbled under her breath to practice the spell's pronunciation. "Mutatis Mutandi…"

Okay, that was enough practicing. Time to try actually casting the spell! She picked up her beater bat and headed to the first station: feathers. She eyed the feathers for a moment, debating which characteristic she should swap with her bat. Then it came to her! The feathers were light, and her bat was heavy. She'd try making her bat as light as a feather. Focusing her attention on the cleanest looking feather she saw, she visualized that feather becoming heavier and heavier while her bat became lighter. "Mutatis Mutandi!" she said, making the upward motion and sideways flick with her wand. The bat felt like air in her hand, but had the spell worked on the feather too? There was only one way to find out. She gingerly picked up the feather between two fingers, but the change in weight caught her off guard and she nearly dropped it. Merlin, that was weird! But at least she knew her spell had worked.

Pleased with her success so far, Tina moved on to the next station, the stuffed animals. Her dark eyes landed on a little black cat that strangely reminded her of a matagot, and she knew instantly that was the animal she wanted to use. At first, she thought she'd switch the color of the plush with her bat, but the dark brown shade of her bat wasn't much lighter than the cat. It would be too hard to see a change in color. She had a better idea. What if she made her bat furry? That might work! Visualizing her bat covered in plush fur, she cast, "Mutatis Mutandi!" She felt the change in texture almost immediately. the bat felt and looked like a big wooly caterpillar in her hand, and when she looked back at the cat, she saw it had turned hard and wooden.

Two down, just one more station to go, and this one looked a lot harder than the others. For the first two stations, Tina had a pretty clear idea of which attributes to switch with her bat, but this time she had no idea! Her eyes raked up and down the mannequin, closely examining it as she waited her turn to use it. She'd already done weight and texture. What else could she try? As she caught sight of the mannequin's fingers, it came to her. Length! She could try switching the bat's length with the length of one of the fingers. It'd be weird, but it was worth a try. "Mutatis Mutandi!" she said, visualizing the length of the mannequin's thumb as she made the wand movement, and… nothing happened.

Tina gave a quiet sigh of frustration. What went wrong? She had the incantation and the wand movement right; maybe her concentration was off. That was the only thing she could think of. Okay, let's try that again! Concentrating with all her might, she imagined her bat becoming shorter until it was the length of the mannequin's thumb. "Mutatis Mutandi!" When she looked down, the bat was now resting in the palm of her hand, and the mannequin had a freakishly long thumb the exact length that her bat had once been. She smiled to herself, biting back a laugh. That looked pretty funny!

Tina had been so absorbed in the task that she nearly missed Professor Barlow's question. A scenario where switching spells could be useful… was that what he said? She thought for a minute. Several scenarios came to mind, but everything she thought of could be solved more easily with another spell. What if you had to get dressed in a hurry and noticed on your way out the door that your socks don't match? Colorvaria would be a simpler fix for that. What if you were moving heavy furniture? A switching spell could be used to make it lighter… but so could a feather-light charm. Hmm… maybe if you were falling, you could soften the landing by switching the ground with a pillow or something? No, that was what a cushioning charm was for! She remained silent for now, still trying to come up with a situation where a switching spell would be the best option, but she had nothing. She supposed she shouldn't be surprised. Both of her parental figures were former charms professors, after all, and it seemed their knowledge had rubbed off in her!


“Quite the aptitude you’ve got for Transfiguration it seems, Miss Dantes!” He exclaimed enthusiastically when she made her way through the workstations with apparent ease. She was a natural and it was refreshing to see!

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Uh.

UHHHHHHHHHHH.

Drewett's ears turned a bright shade of pink at being addressed with his former surname. He didn't mind, it was probably an honest mistake. Professor Barlow could have forgotten. "Gunter, sir..." The Ravenclaw politely and quietly corrected, hoping the Transfiguration professor heard him enough to remember that he hadn't been using Slinkhard for a couple of months now.

But, y'know. He still really thought it had just slipped Barlow's mind.

The fifth year began working on his wand work, which usually didn't take along since he'd already flipped through this chapter in advance. OWLs had been his primary driving force for all the advanced studying he'd been doing, but also the mist was forcing him to do nothing else. "Mutatis Mutandi... Mutatis Mutandi... Mutatis Mutandi...." Drewett repeated under his breath, to get the incantation to flow better with his tongue. Oh, and there definitely was still a little bit of poop on one of the feathers. Erm. Drewett hoped it wasn't from his own owl, but who even could tell?

Alright, first station. Drewett looked from his cube to the feathers in front of him. "Mutatis Mutandi," he said along with an upwards motion and sideways flick. He had managed to make one face of his unsolved Rubik's Cube turn brownish in color. Kind of like a gradient. And the feather in front of him had a some sort of a rainbow gradient as well.

.........?

He was confused. Eyebrows furrowed. It worked but also...it didn't? Drewett had almost missed the question, but he was lucky enough to catch the Hufflepuff prefect speak up. Right, right. "Well, if th-the laundry gets messed up, sir, and I ended up with a different house tie..." The Ravenclaw started. And it had happened before, by the way. Perhaps some younger student (named Skeet Sayse) was messing around with everybody's laundry. "I-I could switch the colour for a blue Ravenclaw one." Very practical.


AHHH. Right. Gunter.

Gunter, Gunter, Gunter.

He repeated the name several times in his head, trying to get it to stick. It was hard enough trying to remember the names of all the kids in this place as it was, let alone with the name changes!

The rainbow gradient on the feather was a neat effect and Barlow moved closer to admire the handiwork. Very exotic.

And great example there too!

“There are colour changing spells that would accomplish the same but if you had something around in the same shade of blue, a switching spell could definitely save the day! Well done, Mr Gunter.” Nailed it.


SPOILER!!: nina&trolloise
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FRIENDS? Ha. There were many words for what Nina Castillo and Eloise Fairfield were to one another, but friends was not and would never be one of them. Especially if this particular Slytherin had anything to say about it. Nina Castillo would not be friends with Eloise Fairfield even if hell froze over and she was the last person left on the planet. Not even then.

But never mind that, there was a task at hand. One that she was very much failing out. Quite glad Professor Barlow pointed that out too. Thanks. Not that she minded that people knew because that was her goal, but this time she wasn't failing on purpose and that made things a little different. It was fine failing when that was her intention, when she wanted to fail. But when she genuinely couldn't get the spell to work? It was frustrating and upsetting and very, very NOT ideal.

Ignoring her Professor's next question, the Slytherin looked at her jewlry box and tried concentrating as hard as she could. Which meant that the harder she tried to focus, the less she could muster. This was all Eloise's fault. The task was simple and straight forward. Swap qualities of a feather with her box. There were only two factors involved. It wasn't seventh year spellwork. It should have come to her naturally. "Mutatis Mutandi," then why couldn't she get it to work right?????

In all her frustration, Nina felt like crying. In fact, tears had even managed to pool up in her eyes. ""Mutatis Mutandi!" she tried again, just as frustrated, blinking back tears. She hadn't managed to swap the characteristics on either object, but she did manage to singe the feather. This was horrible.
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See, Nina even Professor Barlow thinks we are friends. You really need to actually talk to either confirm or deny these things. Huh, well damn guess her whispering wasnt as good as she thought. Eloise sighed and guess she had to talk to Professor Barlow now.

"Sorry Professor and Nina hates me to much for us to be friends. She is just too much of a coward to ever say it out-loud. But back to work"

But she should probably get up and over to another station and get this spell started. But yeah she needed to pratice saying it first since she got the incantation down and all


……………….. um what?

Barlow the oblivious fool was still very much oblivious. And now you could add confused to the mix too. Is this how kids cracked jokes nowadays or….? He had absolutely zero idea what was going on between the two Slytherin girls but if there was one thing he wasn’t equipped to deal with, it was waterworks. Which meant…

“Alright everyone, I think that’s enough for today! Switching isn’t the easiest form of Transfiguration so don’t be disheartened if you didn’t get it first go round. I want you all to take one of the stuffed toys from workstation two and your homework is to KEEP. PRACTICING!” No essays, no assignments, just practice! Easy peasy!


OOC: Thanks guys, that’s a wrap! I’ll leave the thread open for another 24 hours so you can finish up if you want to. (:
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