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Term 39: January - April 2015 Term Thirty-Nine: Mapping Hogwarts (September 2085-June 2086)

 
 
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:26 AM
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Default Graduates' Boats

"Firs' years, this way!"

Never thought you'd hear that again, did you? This time, though, the familiar call seems to be nothing more than an echo, as there is no groundskeeper to keep watch over the little boats tied to Hogwarts' dock. Perhaps the Hogwarts staff feels that their newest graduates are more than capable of sending themselves off, even if the lake still has chunks of ice floating on it?

The same fleet of magical boats that carried you to the school as a firstie still bob gently on the dark, deep, and frigid lake, waiting for your departure. Two graduates per boat, please, and be careful not to tip over. The boat will take off once you release its rope from the dock.

Enjoy your last trip across the Black Lake, and be mindful of Barty.
Old 04-11-2015, 07:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Zoe made her way down to the boats, her mind wandering back to the first time she'd ridden in them. She'd fallen into the boat on top of Dan and they had both ended up in the lake. She snorted a little at the memory and sat waiting for the others to come. That had been funny, she had stood there in the water trying to get back in when the groundskeeper pulled her back in. Dan on the other hand screamed bloody murder, and likely would have cried if he hadn't been so cold. Unable to swim, when the water wasn't even all that deep!

It was funny thinking about it, but that had been a really cold boat ride, at least someone had had the decency to help dry out her clothes before the sorting ceremony. She looked around wondering if she might be the only one wanting to take the boat back across.
 
 

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