- Joined February 2016
- Member of Slytherin
- 0 House Points
- 2nd Year
- United Kingdom
BackstoryBefore the Sorting Hat was placed on my head, I knew what house I wanted to be in. Not that I disliked the other houses... I just believed Slytherin was more suited to my personality. Not that I don't have traits favoured by other houses. It's not that I have anything against Gryffindor, in fact I like to believe I'm rather brave when it comes to it. And I'm definitely honest. I'm being honest right now by telling you how I feel: I believe that muggle-borns do not deserve their places in Hogwarts. I come from a pure-blood family, of course. I mean, I don't want to see them confined to a cell in Azkaban or something like that, I don't believe that is deserved for being born as they were. Still, I prefer to mingle with...higher class. But I digress.
I excelled In Herbology and Potions, and of course especially in Care of Magical Creatures. I had good marks in Transfiguration, Defence Against the Dark Arts and Charms, but what I found most gruelling, by far, was History of Magic. I was always interested in CoMC, and was extremely delighted when lessons began. It was obvious, of course, that we wouldn't be handling dangerous and destructive creatures, but it was my preferred lesson nonetheless. All I heard of dragons and other impressive creatures had to wait, but my impatience made me somewhat reckless. I sought out a dragon in my sixth year Christmas Holidays that had been rumoured to have been sighted nearby. I suffered a few burn injuries when I realised these rumours to be true. Nothing very serious, and definitely nothing that lessened my interest in dragons. But I nearly got expelled from Hogwarts! Can you believe that? The nerve...Anyway...
After graduating, I continued my research on dragons. I still research them now, but I hope to, in the future, become more involved in the handling of dragons. Even though my wish is to have my own dragon, I know that wish will probably, most likely, never ever be granted. One can still hope...