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sweetpinkpixie 06-02-2021 10:35 AM

Training & Trial Room
 

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The training and trial room on level three is a large space set aside for employees of the Accidents and Catastrophes department in order to continually work on their skills, or try out some experimental charms for assessment and tweaking purposes. While the room was originally charmed to behave much like the Room of Requirement within Hogwarts, this is no longer the case. Instead, the large room is relatively empty, though there is a large pool in one corner for practicing water-based charms work, and some heavy duty crash pads in another corner so that if you are levitating yourself, anyone else, or working with objects that are otherwise breakable, dents and bruises won't be an issue. These crash pads are also useful for those who wish to duel as part of their training and trialing.

If you need anything else within this space, you are expected to provide it yourself or speak with your Department Head if it is something a little more questionable, large or dangerous. Many muggle items are available in storage for charms work (including a few automobiles) and you may indeed find some items within the storage cupboard on the other side of the department.

While this room is intended for use primarily by level three employees, those who work in other departments may make use of this space with a written request and approval from Raini Youngbird, Department Head of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes.

:choccyfrog:
T-.

emjay 11-22-2021 04:33 PM

Early in the workday, Raini stopped by the Trial Room with his paperwork on this month's submissions for new charm approval. He was sure some of his employees would be eager to test some of them out for accuracy and safety before they could be officially approved. But in the meanwhile, his eyes skimmed the list for something that he might want to try out himself.

Origami? Raini knew of a couple paper-folding charms, but this newly submitted one had an interesting variation. He conjured a few squares of paper to get started.

PhoenixRising 01-07-2022 02:44 AM

*peeks in here* :3
 
Chloe had been feeling very restless lately. Was it the lack of events perhaps? She was an events concealment official, after all, but it felt like there weren't all too many events in the healing of the post-wizarding war era.

Maybe she ought to take a walk up to old department for a trip down memory lane. Visit with old coworkers. But for now, the redhead found herself in a sort of daze turning around in the training room. "Eleven o'clock..." She said/sang out.

emjay 01-11-2022 03:39 PM

hi! <3
 
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Originally Posted by PhoenixRising (Post 12516447)
Chloe had been feeling very restless lately. Was it the lack of events perhaps? She was an events concealment official, after all, but it felt like there weren't all too many events in the healing of the post-wizarding war era.

Maybe she ought to take a walk up to old department for a trip down memory lane. Visit with old coworkers. But for now, the redhead found herself in a sort of daze turning around in the training room. "Eleven o'clock..." She said/sang out.

Deep in the midst of trying out the newest paper-folding charms, Raini was surrounded by origami butterflies fluttering around his head. He was just about to move on to some jumping frogs when he became aware of another figure joining him in the room.

"Ah, hello, Chloe," the department head greeted her warmly, but his smile soon turned into a quizzical expression. "Eleven o'clock? Not yet, I'm afraid, m'dear." Unless... he hadn't been occupied with these origami charms that long, had he?

PhoenixRising 01-20-2022 05:05 PM

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Originally Posted by emjay (Post 12517011)
Deep in the midst of trying out the newest paper-folding charms, Raini was surrounded by origami butterflies fluttering around his head. He was just about to move on to some jumping frogs when he became aware of another figure joining him in the room.

"Ah, hello, Chloe," the department head greeted her warmly, but his smile soon turned into a quizzical expression. "Eleven o'clock? Not yet, I'm afraid, m'dear." Unless... he hadn't been occupied with these origami charms that long, had he?

Whatever Chloe had been thinking about had disappeared the moment her department head greeted her. She stopped short of her spinning, and mirrored his own quizzical expression. "Raini, hi," she blinked a few times trying to collect her thoughts. Had he been in here when she walked in? She hadn't noticed. What was going on with her?

"I think ... I need to sit down." She moved slowly over to one of the chairs in there, noticing the origami. "Origami. Can you teach me?" It might do her well to get her mind off the battle healing. And also the stress of thinking about her teenager and whatever shenanigans he was likely getting himself into.

sweetpinkpixie 05-28-2022 05:05 AM

One of his Unspeakables had inspired his thoughts, but on the way to the Atrium from the Chamber of Codes he found himself taking a very obvious detour. His department head status provided him with ample clearance to pass through the Department of Magical Accidents & Catastrophes. His skin felt tight, his throat a desert, and his mouth either hung open or smacks his lips against one another. A man clearly on a mission, he had stopped for no one until he entered the Training and Trial Room, and even then he was an unstoppable lanky force until he stood at the edge of the pool.

Then, without even an ounce of hesitation despite still very much still being in a suit, he hurtled himself in with a lopsided SPLASH.


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