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Stephanie Richardson
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PostSubject: Re: Treasure Hunt - Stephanie Richardson   Sat Jun 10, 2017 10:52 am

Hoping that she'd made the correct decision, Stephanie began to walk down the path, noticing that it was bending a little to the right. At first, everything was alright, but then the path began to get wetter and muddier. Soon, her very expensive one-of-a-kind tailor made shoes were coated in the horrid brown stuff. Not being able to take it any longer, Stephanie began cursing, almost throwing a fit at the destruction of her beautiful shoes. It was a good thing no one was around to hear her. This is what you get for choosing the water path. Of course, water and dirt equals mud. This is disgusting.

But she pushed on, determined that - although the mud disgusted her - she would finish this wild goose chase. Up ahead, she spotted a small stream of water and decided to stop for a while and wash the mud off her shoes before continuing. The small stream of water grew until it was a large river, the water rushing pass as if in a hurry to empty itself into the sea. Stephanie never did like the outdoors - it made her all icky as proven by her destroyed shoes - but she could appreciate the sight of the magnificent river.

After a while, the path lead away from the river and Stephanie stuck to it thanking Merlin that now the mud was gone and it was a nice and dry path. Her shoes were still muddy - there was no way of saving that now but she could always order another one - but she continued walking. In the distance, she could see where the path seemed to end and made her steps a little faster. When she saw that she was back at the beginning, having gone one full round, Stephanie screamed in frustration. "Argh," she groaned. "I hate this." Her walking and getting her shoes all destroyed had been for nothing. This really was a wild goose chase. At least now she knew which path to take.

a) There’s only one option left -- the path of fire.
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PostSubject: Re: Treasure Hunt - Stephanie Richardson   Sun Jun 11, 2017 7:13 am

With only one option left, you start down the right path. The trees start to thicken as you walk further down, and soon the leaves and branches form a canopy above you, blocking the sun. Still you press on forward, trudging through the path. It is eerily quiet, with only the rare insect chirping, but you don’t let that deter you as you keep going.

Finally, up ahead, you see a clearing; rays of light break through and light up your path, and you hurry forward to the clearing. To the left is a small hut, seemingly abandoned. It is old, windowpanes missing the glass, cobwebs covering parts of the wood. You head towards it and find the door is open. You enter and find a single chair in the middle of the room.

In it sits a house elf. He looks at you and smiles. “Some people say fire is destructive, but it isn’t always true. To the phoenix, it is life. It also represents passion, and without passion people are alive but aren’t living; there is no life.” He seems to be repeating something memoried. “Answer this question honestly to get your next clue: why do you fear?”

a) Answer the question in order to continue.

(OOC: You may use the House Elf in your post to reply to your character if you wish. They can have a deep conversation if you want them to.)
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PostSubject: Re: Treasure Hunt - Stephanie Richardson   Wed Jun 21, 2017 1:27 pm

Walking down the only choice left, Stephanie began to notice that the trees started to thicken, preventing sunlight from filtering through the leaves. Not liking the lack of light, she hastened her footsteps, hoping that the end of the path was coming soon. Another thing that struck her as strange was the silence. Now, she didn't like walking outdoors so she couldn't really say what a forest was supposed to sound like, but from all the books she'd read, she expected something. All she heard was the rare sound of an insect of some sort. She couldn't even hear birds.

Eventually, she reached saw something other than a dirt path and trees; she spotted a clearing. Reaching it, se saw that there was a hut and from the looks of it, not a very nice one either. Since it was the only thing there, she stepped up to it. Reaching a fist forward, she knocked once and the door opened.

She did not expect to see the house elf there.

It began to explain the reasoning behind the path and although it made some sense, Stephanie preferred her water choice but she didn't get a chance to argue when the elf asked her a question, a question which took her by surprise. "I...I don't...," she stuttered before stopping to think. There were some things she feared, a bad reputation and losing popularity amongst them, which was why she worked so hard to keep them. But why was the question. "I guess I fear because I'm not sure what happens in the future if I do - or don't do - something," she began, feeling like she wasn't really answering the question. "I fear because I need to have control over what's going on around me and it's the only thing I've ever known. But I don't know why exactly I fear. I guess I'm still figuring that out."
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PostSubject: Re: Treasure Hunt - Stephanie Richardson   Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:15 pm

The House Elf nods at your answer, seemingly satisfied with the explanation you’ve given him. He smiles at you. “Make your way out of the forest and over to the Care of Magical creatures paddock.” He says nothing more and you leave the shack behind. There is a path behind it with a sign indicating it is the exit and you follow it. It’s not as scary as the other one, with light from above guiding your way. However, the trees beside you are close together and thick, with hardly any gaps between them.

Suddenly, up ahead, you notice something blocking your path. A giant boulder is in the way! Upon closer inspection, it seems to be made of twine and interwound branches. It’s huge and in the middle of the path, so you can’t walk around it. The trees are too thick for you to be able to enter into the forest and find another path. It seems the only way to get rid of the giant ball is by magic.

What spell do you use?

a) Wingardium Leviosa
b) Flipendo
c) Incendio

(OOC: At the end of your post, please make your choice clear by writing it in another colour, or bolded.)
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