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Will Lestrange

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  • Birthday 05/12/1984

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  1. Will Lestrange

    The Journal of Will Lestrange

    6. December 2018 Has it really been this long? It's been nearly a month and I still can't believe I'm legally of age. My birthday was nearly a month ago, and there were celebrations, of course... but I remembered my success on the Quidditch pitch the day before more vividly. Oh, and I actually turned in my last OWL a few weeks ago too... I remember how much I dreaded them when I was younger - but being on the other side of them, I'm on the home stretch of my Hogwarts career! And taking steps towards becoming a professor, I developed a course focusing on the Unforgivable Curses, which I am currently teaching (most of the people willing to put in the effort seem to be learning the subject well). Anyone want to celebrate with me at the end of this term?
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    December 2018 Game Challenge: Bubble Bobble

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    November 2018 Game Challenge: Asteroids

    FINAL STANDINGS FOR NOVEMBER 2018 1st place: Will Lestrange - 21450 points (Gold Joystick) 2nd place: Cody Lewis - 14890 points (Silver Joystick) 3rd place: Prof. Amy Lupin - 12640 points (Bronze Joystick) But you still have a chance to compete against these scores at the Living High Score Board!
  4. Our next monthly challenge in Arcade Club will feature the game Bubble Bobble! Although this game was released as an arcade game in 1986, it is better known as a home console game for Nintendo. This may in part because of the large number of levels: if you die in the middle of the game, you get a password to allow you to skip to the level that defeated you. By using these passwords as stepping stones, one can eventually complete all 100 levels in order to beat the game! You play the game by controlling a character named "Bub" or "Bob" in an underwater cylinder (you can 'fall' from the bottom of the screen back to the top as long as there are no walls in the way). Meanwhile, dragonish enemies float around the screen as well, able to kill you on contact. However, if you shoot a bubble at them, they can be 'captured' - at which point you can kill them on contact! There are other fun bonuses as well, but you'll pick them up as you go along. For this month's challenge, you want to go to THIS LINK and play Bubble Bobble there. Screencap your best performance (and post it in this thread) by December 31 at 11:59 PM HOL! -Participation at all will earn you 5 scales. -If you beat the first TWO levels score 10,000 points or higher, your screencap will earn you 10 scales instead of 5. -The top three scores of the month will get extra scales (25, 20, and 15 respectively for the month instead of 5 or 10) as well as special awards! PS: Feel free to edit your post throughout the month as you improve your score!
  5. Switching from Silver to Green means I had to give up my favorite comforting blanket, a Lethifold named Brabas.  But at least Basil is more than willing to comfort me now with tight hugs!

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    Puzzle Exchange - Logic Puzzle

    Five HOLers graduated from the Auror Academy in a different month of 2018 (between March and July, inclusive). Their first assignment was under a different experienced Auror (one was Auror Shacklebolt) in a different department (one was Magical Transportation). Match the HOLer to the month of graduation, the responsible experienced Auror, and the Ministry department! 1. Scarlet didn't graduate in July. Tarma graduated 1 month after the HOLer sent to Mysteries. 2. Marcie graduated in March. The graduate assigned to Auror Potter, the graduate sent to Magical Accidents and Catastrophes, Shiloh and the March graduate were all different HOLers. 3. Shiloh was either the graduate sent to Magical Law Enforcement or the graduate assigned to Auror Tonks. Of the graduate assigned to Auror Tonks and Marcie, one graduated in April and the other went to Mysteries. 4. Jenny, the HOLer assigned to Auror Savage, and the HOLer sent to Magical Games and Sports are three different HOLers. Shiloh wasn't assigned to Auror Savage. 5. Shiloh didn't graduate in June. Scarlet graduated 2 months after the auror assigned to Auror Weasley. 10 scales (November 2018) Send me the solution via Dungeons PM with the subject line: Aurors! SOLVED BY: Prof. Jenny Lupin 5 scales (November 2018) Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis 5 scales (November 2018) Prof. Tarma Amelia Black 5 scales (November 2018)
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    November 2018 Game Challenge: Asteroids

    Starting this one off... this is actually a really hard game! EDIT:
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    October 2018 Game Challenge: Arkanoid

    FINAL STANDINGS FOR OCTOBER 2018 1st place: Cody Lewis - 627300 points (Gold Joystick) 2nd place: Will Lestrange - 345900 points (Silver Joystick) 3rd place: Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 232600 points (Bronze Joystick) But you still have a chance to compete against these scores at the brand new Living High Score Board!
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    Living High Score Board

    If you still want to play games from past months, here's your chance! The top 3 scores of each game is listed below. You still have a chance to get onto the high score board for each game. Better yet, you can get some scales for doing so! Here's how this works: -If your score for one of the listed games is both better than your current top score and better than the 3rd place score on the high score list, comment HERE with a screencap of your score to enter the high score board! -If you enter the high score board in 3rd place for a game, you get an immediate 5 scale bonus. -If you enter the high score board in 2nd place for a game, you get an immediate 7 scale bonus. -If you enter the high score board in 1st place for a game, you get an immediate 10 scale bonus. NOTE: You can only get ONE bonus for a given game each month. (But if you improve on your placement in a game during a month, your highest bonus is the one that counts: e.g. if you get the third place score for a game early in a month and then get the first place score later in the month, your 5 scale bonus will be replaced by a 10 scale bonus.) Arkanoid (from October 2018) 1st: Cody Lewis - 627300 points 2nd: Will Lestrange - 345900 points 3rd: Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 232600 points Asteroids (from November 2018) 1st: Will Lestrange - 21450 points (Gold Joystick) 2nd: Cody Lewis - 14890 points (Silver Joystick) 3rd: Prof. Amy Lupin - 12640 points (Bronze Joystick)
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    November 2018 Game Challenge: Asteroids

    Our second monthly challenge in Arcade Club will feature the game Asteroids! This game is one of the older classics, being released at the very end of the 1970s (November 1979). In Asteroids, you control a triangular ship in the middle of the screen while large asteroids fly slowly around the screen. You can shoot at the asteroids, but this might clutter up the screen more: shooting a large asteroid will give rise to two medium asteroids (with random speed and direction) and shooting a medium asteroid will give rise to two small asteroids. Only small asteroids disappear when you shoot them! Meanwhile, every so often ships fly across the screen to shoot at you - but if you shoot them instead you can get a nice bonus. For such an old game, the physics and geometry of motion are surprisingly complicated. You move with the arrow keys, but they only control your acceleration: the left and right keys change the direction you are facing and the 'up' arrow accelerates your ship in the direction you are facing it. So while the ship starts out at rest, returning it to rest once you set it into motion is a real challenge! Meanwhile, the 'down' arrow teleports you to a random location which does not CURRENTLY have an asteroid or bullet, but that doesn't mean it's safe to stay there! And one last fun thing: if a ship, asteroid, or bullet goes past one edge of the screen, it reemerges on the opposite edge! (This means that the Asteroids universe is shaped like a donut - or a torus if you're familiar with that term.) For this month's challenge, you want to go to THIS LINK and play Asteroids there. (WARNING: this game might not work in Google Chrome. If you have problems running it in your browser, try it in another browser and it should work!) Screencap your best performance (and post it in this thread) by November 30 at 11:59 PM HOL! -Participation at all will earn you 5 scales. -If you score 1,000 points or higher, your screencap will earn you 10 scales instead of 5. -The top three scores of the month will get extra scales (25, 20, and 15 respectively for the month instead of 5 or 10) as well as special awards! PS: Feel free to edit your post throughout the month as you improve your score!
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    October 2018 Game Challenge: Arkanoid

    When trying on normal, this is what I get... And another go on 'hard'...
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    Arcade memories

    There is room in this club for discussing games as well as playing them! I'll start things off with the following question: what were your favorite memories of playing Muggle arcade games?
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    October 2018 Game Challenge: Arkanoid

    My score:
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    October 2018 Game Challenge: Arkanoid

    Our first monthly challenge in Arcade Club will feature the game Arkanoid! Also known as "Breakout" or "Alleyway", Arkanoid was a very popular arcade game since the release of its arcade version in 1986. In Arkanoid, you control a paddle at the bottom of the screen while there are different-coloured rectangular bricks at the top of the screen. Your goal is to get rid of the bricks by bouncing a tiny ball off of your paddle so that it hits the bricks. To make your life more interesting, some of the bricks will release rectangular "power-ups", which may help you out if they land on your paddle. No matter what you do, though, do NOT let the ball fall past your paddle! For this month's challenge, you want to go to THIS LINK and play Arkanoid there at any difficulty level. Screencap your best performance (and post it in this thread) by October 31 at 11:59 PM HOL! -Participation at all will earn you 5 scales. -If you score 10,000 points or higher (or, alternatively, beat Level 1 on any setting), your screencap will earn you 10 scales instead of 5. -The top three scores of the month will get extra scales (25, 20, and 15 respectively for the month instead of 5 or 10) as well as special awards! PS: Feel free to edit your post throughout the month as you improve your score!
  15. Here in the dungeons of HOL, there has been a long tradition of Slytherins engaging in friendly but fierce competition through Muggle "video games". If you've been around here for more than a few years, chances are you remember the days when we had a video arcade built into the dungeon walls. With Arcade Club, we hope to bring these days back... with a twist! Every month, we will present a Muggle video game for you to play. Depending on your performance, you can earn anywhere from 5 to 25 scales each month. We even have special awards for the top three players in each month's game! And, of course, discussions about Muggle video games will also be encouraged within the confines of the Club chambers...
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