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Hogwarts RPG Name:
Dhruv Vihaan Khanna
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She supposed that it was not a particularly common practice and one she had stumbled upon during some library time at Himitsumahou over the summer. Her rigorous schedule had not permitted her to indulge in her curiosity then but she found herself with an abundance of time on her hands with the return to Hogwarts - namely because she neglected other things that did not captivate her attention. "Perhaps you should ask them," she suggested sincerely, not at all under the presumption that that was precisely what her professor was intending to do with her.

Mitsuki gave each of the bowls a little swirl, judging the pigmentation of the water as it gently sloshed up against the sides of the cup and ultimately deciding to let them soak for a bit more. "Leaves, flowers, stems, berries, bark, and even roots may be utilize. I simply prefer the petals from flowers." Though will use some leaves when the color spoke to her. "Until it feels right." There was true rhyme or reason as to how long she steeped each color but she could confirm that the bowls she not feel right just yet. She went down the row of cups again and gave them each a little swirl. Her eyes widened ever so slightly, a positive progression, and reached for a box which she then opened and took a small pinch of the white powder to drop into each bowl, mixing as she went. "Bicarbonate of soda," she explained once she got to the last bowl and cleaned off her stirrer.

Moments like these where the students became the teacher were some that Dhruv enjoyed the most. Being educated on topics that they weren’t versed in never harmed. This constant quest for knowledge was something that had them often questioning why they were never considered for Ravenclaw House. They always arrived at the same conclusion: the Slytherin in them clearly overrode any Ravenclaw.

Dhruv listened keenly to every word from Mitsuki, just as they would hope each of their students listened during their lessons and activities. “Quite a bit of options there,’’ they commented appreciatively. They particularly liked the sound of using petals, leaves and berries. Rather than being confused with the ‘until it feels right’ comment, Dhruv understood completely. “Sort of like the way some persons have mastered the art of averaging how much seasoning to put in their dishes when cooking, rather than meticulously measuring it out.” That came from experience, which led them to another question. “Have you done this many times before?” They continued to look on with interest as another ingredient was added. Ah yes, baking soda. “That gives the paint a better texture?”
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