MCL Hogwarts Tag

Rules: This is for your Candy. Fill with what your Candy could answer. If you have more than one candy or a genderbent, you can do this for them too.

I was tagged by @killdondan thank you hun!! ♥

Note: I dont really know much about HP so if I wrote smh wrong, I’m sorry ;; @vanillaamoursucrethings thank you so much for yout help ♥

And since number seven has magic properties in the wizarding world, tag at least 7 other blogs: @fairywale, @fairies-hideout, @lunaria-sucrette, @mikamycandylove , @mcl-danielle, @just-abby-maya, @meloncetes and @fictitious-life-ls Btw if you see this and you want to, join us!!

Say “Hi!”:  Hello, I’m Zury Phoenix Salvatore, nice to meet you~

What house did you get sorted into: Slytherin and I’m proud to be one of them

Are you a muggleborn, an half-blood or a pureblood: I’m a half-blood, my father is a wizard and my mother is a muggle.

Of which elements your wand is made: Aspen wood with a Phoenix feather core 12 ¾" and Surprisingly Swishy flexibility

  • Aspen: Wand-quality aspen wood is white and fine-grained, and highly prized by all wand-makers for its stylish resemblance to ivory and its usually outstanding charmwork. The proper owner of the aspen wand is often an accomplished duellist, or destined to be so, for the aspen wand is one of those particularly suited to martial magic. An infamous and secretive eighteenth-century duelling club, which called itself The Silver Spears, was reputed to admit only those who owned aspen wands. In my experience, aspen wand owners are generally strong-minded and determined, more likely than most to be attracted by quests and new orders; this is a wand for revolutionaries
  • Phoenix: This is the rarest core type. Phoenix feathers are capable of the greatest range of magic, though they may take longer than either unicorn or dragon cores to reveal this. They show the most initiative, sometimes acting of their own accord, a quality that many witches and wizards dislike. Phoenix feather wands are always the pickiest when it comes to potential owners, for the creature from which they are taken is one of the most independent and detached in the world. These wands are the hardest to tame and to personalise, and their allegiance is usually hard won.

What pet do you have (owl, cat, toad):  I have Snowy Owl called Dazzle

What is your favourite class: Dark Arts and Defence Against the Dark Arts, but since they are not existing anymore in Hogwarts I’m self-tutoring it. Other than that I’m interested in Potions, Astronomy and Study of Ancient Runes.

What is your patronous: White Swan

You are in any extra curricular activites (quidditch, dueling club, herbology club, potions club, gobstones club, chess club, Lumaclub…):  Dueling and Potions Club, my two field of interest~

You are or will be a prefect/headgirl/captain of the quidditch team/ecc: I would love to become one of Dueling Club’s leaders one day

Do you have any special ability (parseltongue, divination ability…): I’m a parselmouth, spell inventor, legilimen and occlumen

You are a troublemaker, the first of your class, both, the one who blows things: Eventhough I’m really good at my classes I can called as a troublemaker, I love messing with people.

Do you often get detention: No? I cant say I dont get into detention tho

What do you want to do after Hogwarts: I would love to travel a bit, learn or crate new spells and go great guns

Would you participate in the Triwizard Tournament (without Voldemort and Harry Potter of course):  Definitely, I love demonstrating and challenging myself

Your favourite teacher: Severus Snape, I admire his wisdom in dark magic

Your favourite fantastic beast: Phoenix ♥

Your favourite spell: Cascading Jinx, Cracker Jinx and Crinus Muto, I love playing with my hair~

What would Amortentia smell for you: Rain, Jasmin, Lavender and burning wood

Create an outfit with the color of your house:

Populus tremuloides, commonly known as Quaking Aspen (or Trembling Aspen, American Aspen, White Poplar, Mountain Aspen etc.), is a deciduous North American tree species endemic to cooler, often mountainous regions.

The thin, flat, flexible petioles on this species make the leaves particularly susceptible to being shaken by even the slightest breeze, hence it’s common name.

The tree can propagate by roots to form large groves. Quiet, breezy days in such groves can sound like a great rain stick sounding in all directions.