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PostSubject: Elleon Caverly's Test   Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:22 pm

As Elleon stepped in to the classroom, Jake stood from his desk, moving to the middle of the room and looking at the boy before him, he gave a small smile. Equipped for the Hufflepuff's presence, Jake pulled out a notepad and pen, he'd already prewritten the first message, and he gave Elleon a small smile to show the boy he believed in his abilities.

Your first challenge, Elleon, is to disarm me and place me in a Full Body Bind.

The words were quite clear, but, to be sure, Jake handed the piece of paper to the boy to be sure. With that done, Jake moved back to his desk and took up his wand, turning to the boy and motioning for him to make the first move. It was a test not of simply disarming, but of the boy's capability to think on the spot. This was not simply a test of the disarming spell, or even the full body bind, but a test of persistence, and the ability to work in a small duel.


Important Information:
1. Whilst Jake is both a professor and Auror, he is obviously not going to make this impossible for his students to pass this stage. Jake will, however, push a student to work to their potential.

As I do not know ALL characters inside out, I am allowing you to GM Jake pushing the character to achieving as much as possible.

2. I will not accept a post that writes a successful take down in two moves. Unless you can come to me with a very good reason how your character can take down a talented Auror, then I will deem this unrealistic, and will not post part two of your test.

3. You are expected to write the duel yourself -- I will not be posting as Jake other than to give the next steps in this lesson.

4. Have fun with this, explore your character, and use this as an opportunity to explore their capabilities.

5. If you need a specific reaction/action/comment from Jake to push your character further, please ask me before you GM so that I can confirm as to whether this is something he would do.

6. If you have any questions, please ask!

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PostSubject: Re: Elleon Caverly's Test   Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:59 pm

Jake was in the room to meet him, handing him a piece of paper with a written note. Elleon took it, nodding once he'd read it to show he'd understood. Before giving it back, he scribbled his own note on the other side of the piece of paper and showed it to his professor.

Don't go easy on me just because I'm Deaf.

He was Deaf. He needed neither pity nor sympathy. It was not something to be sad about and just because he was Deaf didn't mean he was less capable than his hearing peers. He had to work harder, and most of the time, he might fall behind, but that didn't mean he was less capable of magic than anybody else. One thing he had as an advantage was a greater sense of sight. Most Deafies - to make up for their lack of sound - had developed a better peripheral vision. That, coupled together with a few non-verbal spells he could do, had to help him somehow.

Even knowing that didn't bring him much peace. With his heart pounding in his chest, Elleon drew out his wand, eyeing his professor for a while as he came up with a strategy. Simply firing spells would do no good. Jake was a professional Auror and would most definitely be able to evade almost anything that Elleon could cast. At least the Full Body Bind was something he could do non-verbally.

He had no idea what he was going to do but he knew he had to take Jake by surprise. How he was going to accomplish that was still unknown. Jumping into a duel with no strategy wasn't the best idea but he had to start doing something. Aiming his wand at his professor, Elleon began casting a series of non-verbal spells as fast as he could, alternating between Expelliarmus, Flipendo and hoping that in the flurry of spells, Jake would miss one. But his professor was too good, dodging or reflecting everything Elleon sent his way. This wasn't working; he had to try something else.

Before he think of what to do next, Jake shot something toward him. Instinctively, Elleon whispered,"Protego!" As he saw the shield go up around him just in time to protect him from the spell, Elleon thanked Merlin he had worked on his pronunciation for that charm. He doubted that whatever spell Jake had used would hurt him, but that wasn't the point of this test.

He had to come up with a plan quickly. Eyes darting around the room, he searched for something that he could use, hoping to get inspiration from whatever his eyes landed on, but nothing came to him. His gaze returned to Jake just in time to see a bolt of light heading straight towards him. He ducked out of the way and cursed mentally, something he very rarely did. As he rolled out of the way of another spell, an idea came to his mind and he beat himself up for not thinking of it sooner. He cast another shield around him befroe setting hims plan into motion.

"Fumos," he whispered, watching as a thick cloud of smoke drifted out of the tip of his wand. It lowered both his and Jake's visibility, but his eyesight made up for his deafness and he could faintly make out his professor's sillouhette. He crept closer, keeping his footsteps silent and the smoke flowing from his wand.

When he thought he was close enough, he ducked, making himself a smaller target. Silently, he released a barrage of spells from his wand, alternating randomly between Expelliarmus and Petrificus Totalus. As the smoke cleared, Elleon saw that the Full Body Bind had hit home. With Jake under the spell, it was easy to disarm him.


[[OOC: Let me know if this is alright. If not, I'll rewrite Smile ]]

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PostSubject: Re: Elleon Caverly's Test   Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:41 pm

Seeing the note, Jake gave Elleon a nod to show he understood before they started. It wasn't so much that he was going to go easy on the boy, but he would feel bad if he discouraged the boy in his attempts at this test. Still, Jake took the words on board, and moved in position.

The work of the Hufflepuff was really good, Jake was impressed, even. The fog was a great idea, that left Jake with an incapability of being able to see. He knew the counter-curse, of course, but Jake didn't blow Elleon's bubble. Instead, trying to find the boy in the fog. Squinting hard but coming up short.

In an Auror situation, he would have raised his shield, moved himself from the situation. But he was against a boy. A boy who needed a lift.

So, when Jake was hit with the spell, it was no surprise when his arms locked to his sides, and he fell to the floor, rigid as a plank of wood. Proud of the Hufflepuff, Jake had to wait a few moments for the spell to be lifted, but as he got up, he was beaming.

Putting a thumb up to Elleon, Jake scrambled back to his desk, picking up a second piece of paper, but scribbling first on the back.

That was GREAT, Elleon! Well done!

Was the first note that Jake wrote to the boy. Before turning it over to show the instructions for the next part of the test.

You will know by now the Seize and Pull Charm. Many students will think that defending themselves will mean direct combat, however, this is not always the case. What we are going to achieve with this one, is to work through the objects, smallest to largest - getting quicker. You will need to use the Seize and Pull Charm to pull the objects from the air. Sounds easy, I know, but, we're going to do this whilst you also contend with water jets.

The aim is to not get hit by the water jets, but also not get hit by the objects flying in your direction too.


Jake then flicked his wand behind him to reveal said objects, before looking to Elleon to see if he was ready to begin.

Important Information:
1. Whilst Jake is both a professor and Auror, he is obviously not going to make this impossible for his students to pass this stage. Jake will, however, push a student to work to their potential.

As I do not know ALL characters inside out, I am allowing you to GM Jake pushing the character to achieving as much as possible.

2. The items being launched are open to your discretion, but I'm thinking a textbook, moving up to a cauldron, then maybe a table -- however, how big the object is depends on how well your character manages, once you decide on them failing, Jake will not launch another object in their direction.

3. You are expected to write this part yourself -- I will not be posting as Jake other than to give the next steps in this lesson.

4. Have fun with this, explore your character, and use this as an opportunity to explore their capabilities.

5. If you need a specific reaction/action/comment from Jake to push your character further, please ask me before you GM so that I can confirm as to whether this is something he would do.

6. If you have any questions, please ask!

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