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PostSubject: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 9:54 am

After the first lesson of the day with the younger years, Jake had tidied up the room a little, before getting his next lesson ready. Honestly, he wasn't sure what to do in the wake of the attack. A number of students had been killed, and even more had been injured.

Jake had not been there in time to help, and he held that against himself more than he should.

But, he would teach them everything he could to keep them safe from further harm, so he had come up with a lesson that tested as much as possible from the older years.

Advance Defence Techniques.

The title on the board would give the students a hint as to what they would be doing that day, but Jake had a whole host of things lined up for them. Leaning on his desk before the empty room, Jake waited patiently for his students to arrive.

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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:42 pm

The blonde Hufflepuff hadn't slept well, truth be told. She had spend most of her night up by the window reading, or staring out at the moon. It calmed her cause it reminded her of TJ. And TJ just made her heart skip a beat, yet just the thought of him was enough to make her smile widely.

It was obvious that she had developed a rather big crush on him, and sometimes she wondered to herself how come he hadn't understood just yet. But then again, he might have understood just fine and play dumb. That was a possibility too, wasn't it?

Feeling extremely tired, she practically dragged herself to class, and tried not to look like a ghost as she walked in and greeted the Professor with a small tired smile and a nod.
Then she took a good look at what the board read. Defense. Again.
She sighed and closed her eyes, not wanting to thing about the devastating attack.

She had enough on her mind already.

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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:50 pm

Defence Against the Dark Arts was, perhaps, one of TJ's stronger subjects. It was why he'd always believed that he would have made a good Auror had his kind been allowed to join the service. But, he wasn't ever going to be allowed to do that, so TJ had written that off.

Still, he could enjoy the lesson, that much he was sure of.

Slipping through the door, TJ noted there was only one more person in the room. The one person he was actually quite glad to see. Though, admitting that would be a little hard, TJ had actually thought it. Moving to stand next to the witch, TJ dropped his bag by the side.

Putting his arm around the witch's shoulders, he gave her a small squeeze. "You don't look like you've slept. If you don't mind me being honest." He murmured to the witch, not letting her go so that she could lean against him if she was indeed as tired as she looked. "Professor." TJ added belatedly, giving the man a small smile.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Mon Nov 02, 2015 3:38 am

Peter had more emotional scars than physical ones from the weeks before. He'd helped Miss D'elia, and that was enough. Of course, she'd forced him away as he was a pureblood, but he hadn't ever thought of that. He didn't feel pureblood. He just felt human, not even a wizard. The fact that he could turn a light on with a wave of his wand was merely a talent for him, nothing else. It wasn't until that day - the day of the attack - that he realized how fucked up the world was, and how hated he could be simply because of his name.

Nevertheless, Peter wasn't losing sleep over it like everyone seemed to he. Rather, he didn't look like he was loosing sleep over it. He was scared, yes, but he still liked his bed. He came into the room after another seventh year, a Ravenclaw that he hadn't spoken to at all. The Ravenclaw went straight to a girl who had already arrived and put his arm around her, which Peter thought was too personal for him to be looking at. His eyes darting away, he greeted the professor with a nod.

All he could do now was wait for someone he knew, or for the class to start.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 8:26 am

Ruby had been completely oblivious of the attack. She had only heard the Headmaster's voice echoing throughout the hallways when she had awoken from her sleep. After that she had buried her head in her covers and stayed there until the next morning. She had no idea what had happened, just that a few people where killed and more injured. Ruby was ashamed at herself that she hadn't gone out to help. She was a seventh year, meaning that she had more responsibilities. Not to protect herself.

She sighed walking into DADA. She didn't know what today would hold. Just that it was going to be a long day and she knew it. She kept her long blond hair down and hid her face in it. She didn't feel like talking to anyone, and hoped they respected that. When she walked in, she was stunned by all the desks being gone. She rolled her eyes. She wasn't in the mood for this.

She got out her wand for the lesson and looked at the board. This wasn't something she wanted to do. It wasn't in her comfort zone, and she hated fighting people for no reason. She raised her hand and didn't wait for an answer. She said, "I'm not fighting my classmates for no reason." Yes, she was a pacifist and she was going to stick with it. Even if it cost her grade.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Wed Nov 04, 2015 3:40 pm

Despite having not taken an active part in the fight against the Basilisk -she had been protecting Jacques and Naomi after all and then had given birth to a beautiful baby boy- the amount of younger students that had lost their lives had weighed heavily on Adaline's mind and heart. She knew it wasn't her fault for not being able to fight but it still irked her; she could have saved some of the younger kids had she not been pregnant.

Unfortunately what was done was done and Adaline would just have to live with it however that didn't mean she would be lax in training. She knew that the Basilisk's weren't finished and she would train hard to become stronger. She would train her strengths -Ancient Runes, Defence Against the Dark Arts and Potions- to the fullest so0 that the next time this happened she would be prepared.

Stepping into the Defence classroom, Adaline gave Jake a soft smile as she moved towards the front of the classroom. "Good morning Jake." She murmured softly before wincing. It so was not a good morning; not only did the battle probably weigh on everyone's minds, she had left her month old son in the care of house elves and she didn't like that but she forced herself to act like she didn't mind.

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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Wed Nov 04, 2015 4:20 pm

Defence was one of two subjects that he loved deeply, the other being Ancient Runes. It was also the one subject he was grateful for being proficient in as it had helped him in the fight against the Basilisk when he left his date with Sebastian to fight against them; it wasn't a decision he had taken lightly but it was a decision that Sebastian had helped him make.

Stepping into the classroom, Aiden nodded his head at Jake and moved further into the classroom, a small smile on his lips as he wondered where Sebastian was; after all the Ravenclaw was always there before him. But then again sometimes he was late due to one thing or another.

Moving his eyes towards the board his eyes widened slightly; it seemed that Jake felt bad for not really being there to help protect his students.

Advance Defence Techniques

This, Aiden knew, would be a lesson that he would remembered for the rest of his life. After all not everyone got to learn Advanced Defensive Techniques.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:17 pm

The attack on the school had been a difficult thing to pull through. Sebastian was not a brave person, that much he could admit, but he'd had to be for the younger years that had bombarded on his and Aiden's date. He might have been annoyed with that, had it not meant that the kids had stayed safe.

From there, Aiden had left to join the fight, with Sebastian urging him that he would be okay, that he would look after the younger students and wait for his arrival back. Seb had planted a soft kiss on the corner of his boyfriend's mouth just before he turned, perhaps the first time he had done anything vaguely public because in that moment it didn't matter.

Sebastian had spent the minutes, maybe even hours, afterwards, worrying after his boyfriend, not knowing if he would make it back unharmed.

But, through some miracle, Aiden had returned, perhaps a little worse for wear, but alive. The relief Sebastian felt had swept through him in waves, and he'd held on to the Slytherin for a long while, happy to have him back, regretting his decision to send him away more than he could say.

It had been over a month now, and Sebastian was still getting used to the changes. Slipping in to the DADA classroom, Sebastian noted the Slytherin in question and moved to stand with him. "Hey." The Italian greeted the younger boy with a smile, nodding towards the professor as he waited for the lesson to start.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:31 pm

Slipping through the door of Defence Against the Dark Arts, Alexander moved to the back of the room without much of a glance towards his peers. The Cavendish heir wasn't much of a talker, truth be told, and since the attack, he was a little wary of who he spoke to.

After all, anyone in this room could sympathise with the Basilisks and their not-so-nice intentions, which put him at risk even within the walls of Hogwarts.

Trying not to think about that, Alexander took in the words on the board and sighed to himself. As much as he understood why the professor might have chosen this topic, he didn't understand why they had to keep bringing the attack up. Yes, people died, yes, people got hurt, but really, they needed to move on with their lives so that people wouldn't be subdued to worry that wasn't entirely needed.
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PostSubject: Re: DADA - Lesson Three (Fifth to Seventh Years)   Sat Nov 14, 2015 4:28 pm

Jake waited patiently for his class to fill up, greeting those who greeted him in much the same manner, or else smiling to those who weren't quite so polite. Jake had gotten used to it, truth be told, and even though manners were something he firmly believed in, he knew that it was not his wrong doing that had made the children like they were.

When finally the hour struck on his watch, Jake clapped his hands together to gain the attention of the room at large. "Good morning, everyone." Jake greeted the class with a warm smile. Most of them had gone through hell in the last couple of weeks, and he was hoping to cheer them up a little bit.

"Today we will be looking at Advanced Defence methods, this means that we will be looking at any, and all spells that act as a defence at a higher level. For instance, the Patronus Charm, Spell Resistance, and the use of disarming opponents. I want you to practice the spells you are not so confident with today, so that you can develop individually. So, the question I pose to you as a group, what do you personally want help with? I will do my best to get around all of you."


Class Now Closed.


House Points
Amethyst Vine = 10 points for attendance
Ruby Gracen = 10 points for attendance

Adaline Harris = 10 points for attendance
Sebastian Aquila = 10 points for attendance
Tobias 'TJ' Hostetler = 10 points for attendance

Aiden Harvey = 10 points for attendance
Alexander Cavendish = 10 points for attendance
Peter Sexton = 10 points for attendance


TOTAL:
Gryffindor: 0
Hufflepuff: 20
Ravenclaw: 20
Slytherin: 30

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