You have that admirable disposition and manner of dark dress that means you must belong to Deathwing’s flight. And since you’re not the rabid dog or his two worst pups, I’d hazard by your grand posturing that you must be one of his prime bitches.
happy birthday to blacky(2 years old )~the worst birthday gift~
daddy and mummy’s gift:iron chin(dad’s favorite) Wrathion:WTFFFFFFFFFFFFF,I don’t like it
elder brother’s gift:hand-made photo album(it seem to be candid camera of Onyxia) Wrathion:Nefarian,you must be HENTAI!
elder sister’s gift:a book named <A very short history of Warcraft> Wrathion:what a creazy book! in it the horde and alliance men are GAY and women are FUJOSHI?and the writer Katrana Prestor…isn’t youself?that’s your fan book right !?!?!?
Dumbledore calls a faculty meeting before start of term, 1971, states a few changes to the curriculum, and as he closes out the meeting he says, “oh, and one of our first years is a werewolf.” Imagine that water cooler discussion.
And so, I present to you: Remus Lupin’s relationships with his professors, 1971-8.
The DADA teacher is strongly advised to keep the focus of the werewolf lesson for third years purposefully off of untransformed lycanthropes, and is encouraged to have the class read the new bestseller Hairy Snout, Human Heart. Whether or not they do likely depends on the professor.
McGonagall takes Remus under her wing immediately, of course. He’s a quiet, witty, studious little boy who’s clearly afraid but also so excited and doing his best to hide it. He has no one to talk to about his “problem” so she tends to chat with him after class, ask him how his studies are going, etc. She’s the first to notice in second year when he seems to relax and his friendship with the other Gryffindor boys gets deeper, and figures out that they know and they’re alright with it, and she couldn’t be happier.
Remus and Poppy Pomfrey quickly became fast friends. He called her “Madame” for about a month. Like, if she had a phone he’d call it just to chat and ask after her family. They see each other every month for several days at a time, and that’s not even counting the regular scrapes and colds a teenage boy might get to bring him up there any other time. If he reads an interesting book or article he think she’ll like he sidetracks between classes to show her. He’s spent time completely healthy in the hospital wing just hanging out. When he comes back to teach he and Poppy are pretty much joined at the hip.
His relationship with Slughorn is a bit weird, and Slug’s not one of his favorites, as much as Remus would like to be on the Slug Club for job prospects. The professor’s a little repulsed by the werewolf thing, you see, though to his credit he does a very admirable job of fighting that instinct. He’s often frustrated by Remus’ utter hopelessness at Potions and always pairs him off with Severus so the dungeons don’t explode. Slughorn’s also an opportunist as we know, so more than once after a particularly rough full moon, ole Slug’s come up to the hospital wing, chatted a bit, and casually asked to take a bit of blood or vial of saliva or that discarded tooth Remus had spit out that morning. Poppy always chases him away.
Remus accompanied Lily and Marlene to one of Flitwick’s choir tryouts once. The poor professor suffered through exactly two bars of Remus singing before he recommended that Lupin take up the triangle and keep the beat for them in practice. Charms is a practical magic which Remus really enjoys, and he’s that kid always staying after class to ask a million and one questions about the lecture. Flitwick is great about it - so long as Remus doesn’t sing.
Old Kettleburn is already ancient by the 70s, but he’s actually the most experienced in the other side of Remus’ health and management. After particularly bad moons, i.e. he swallowed half a wooden chair leg, or whenever there is an incident involving silver, it’s actually Old Kettleburn who tag teams with Poppy on Remus’ care. He’s good with beasts but he’s a bit “old-fashioned”, treating Remus like most people treat the merpeople or centaurs - not quite human, but close enough to have a frank conversation with. It’s not malicious so much as it is ingrained in his old school care of magical creatures, and Remus doesn’t resent it.
Remus gets in heated academic and philosophical debates with Sinestra, since coming from a part muggle background with a lot of time on his hands and little but the stars to keep him company, he has feelings about “real” astronomy and particle physics. He doesn’t give a damn about star charts - he wants to talk about gravitational pull and matter. In third year he petulantly started an underground “real astronomy club” with Lily that got both of them in a little hot water once Sinestra found out.
Professor Sprout finds Remus’ genuine interest in Herbology and extensive knowledge of the flora and fauna native to the Welsh moors particularly endearing. He takes fairly well to the lessons, it’s just that as the years go on and the boys get older they tend to try to grow other herbs rather than talk about beautiful flowers, so unsurprisingly they become a bit of a nuisance to poor Pomona.
He wants to be friends with Madame Pince but she rightfully doesn’t trust him at all, not for the werewolf thing but for his particular choice of notoriously disruptive company.
Hagrid, god bless him, is amazing with Remus but is also Hagrid, so Remus endures a lot of innocently awkward questioning about his condition. They talk a lot about the rights of part-humans in wizard society and it’s nice for Remus and Hagrid to have someone who has a similar place in society. I see their relationship as very similar to Hagrid’s and Hermione’s and it means a lot to me.