Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

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About Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

  • Rank
    Black Widow
  • Birthday 09/04/1988

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    pr_sca
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    Silver
  • Gender
    Female

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  1. Rita Skeeter’s Scoop - Task 1

    It's very hard for me to believe anything that Rita Skeeter writes as well, but there was one paragraph about giants that seemed factual. This was the first time in the series that giants were mentioned and it's interesting that the information was provided by Rita Skeeter.
  2. Double Letters

    Oppugno
  3. Last Letter, First Letter

    Lanyard
  4. Word Association Game

    Relationship
  5. Slytherin ABC

    Evan Rosier
  6. 1-10,000

    5168
  7. The Wizard/Witch Below Me..

    Yeah! I saw it last night. TWBM has exciting plans for this weekend.
  8. Rita Skeeter’s Scoop - Task 1

    What was your reaction to Rita Skeeter’s article, Dumbledore’s Giant Mistake? How much of it do you believe? Did you learn anything from the article? 10 scales if posted by Sunday 25th February, 23:59 HOL time. 5 scales if posted after that but before Wednesday 28th February, 23:59 HOL time.
  9. Rita Skeeter’s Scoop - Task 2

    After putting off trying to figure out the golden egg for months, it is Hagrid’s support that finally motivates Harry to solve the egg’s clue. Who is someone in your life that you can always count on to motivate you? 10 scales if posted by Sunday 25th February, 23:59 HOL time. 5 scales if posted after that but before Wednesday 28th February, 23:59 HOL time.
  10. The Yule Ball - Task 1

    I never had any formal dance lessons. We did learn some line dancing, square dancing, and swing in school. Mainly because of the name, I think I'd like to learn the foxtrot. From a video of the basic step, I learned the steps are: slow, slow, quick, quick.
  11. The Yule Ball - Task 2

    I think I learned how to spell it before I could say it: Llewellyn But I guess that's true of most of the words. I didn't read out loud much
  12. SerpenTimes Superlatives

    Nominations sent in by: Arianna Stonewater Prof. Tarma Amelia Black
  13. Puzzle Exchange - Logic Puzzle

    Happy Year of the Dog!! At a Chinese New Year dinner to celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Dog, five different people happened to be born in the Year of the Dog (from 1958 to 2006). Each person brought a different lucky dish (one was oranges) to share with everyone at the dinner. In addition to being born in the Year of the Dog, they are all proud dog owners of five different breeds of dog, including a husky. 1. Albert was 24 years older than the corgi owner. The owner of the poodle was born in 1982. 2. Of the maltese owner and the person who brought fish, one was born in 1970 and the other was Ben. 3. Jack brought dumplings, but he didn’t have a corgi. The labrador owner either brought the fish or the noodles. 4. Kevin didn’t bring noodles. Steve was 12 years younger than the maltese owner. 5. Between the person who was born in 1970 and the one who brought spring rolls, one was Steve and the other owned a poodle. 10 scales (February 2018) Send me the solution via Dungeons PM with the subject: Year of the Dog Logic Puzzle Solved by: Prof. Cody Lewis 5 scales (February 2018) Prof. Tarma Amelia Black 5 scales (February 2018) Will Lestrange 5 scales (February 2018)
  14. First Love

    My first love is also Cody's first Tabletop Spotlight! My cousins introduced The Settlers of Catan to my siblings and me when I was in high school. That first night, we must've played 3 or 4 games. It was so different from the games I was used to playing. I loved how the separate hexes allowed the board to be changed for each game. I've always liked dice, so having them as an integral part of the game was a plus. The ability to trade AND steal resources from other players can put an interesting twist on the game. There are so many ways to earn points, which means there are various ways to win as well. Because we liked the game so much, my cousins decided to leave us their copy of The Settlers of Catan. My school district decided to use a new type of block scheduling during my junior year of high school. This gave us an hour for study hall. I rarely got anything productive done in that hour, so I decided to bring Settlers. I started out playing with my AP Chemistry classmates. Soon, other people in our study hall wanted to learn how to play. By the end of the year, people were fighting for spots. They would seek me out in the morning of Settlers days to ask if they could play. I even agreed to sit out some games. Luckily, it is entertaining to watch Settlers being played too! Settlers actually wasn't the first tabletop game I played with Cody. It wasn't until he came here that we played for the first time. I was a little worried that I hyped Settlers up too much and it wouldn't meet his expectations. But I obviously didn't have to worry at all.
  15. The Yule Ball - Task 1

    At the Yule Ball, there must be dancing! Tell everyone about a specific type of ballroom dance. Is there a dance that you know? Are there any that you like or would like to learn? If you can find any footwork diagrams, share those as well! 10 scales if posted by Sunday 18th February, 23:59 HOL time. 5 scales if posted after that but before Wednesday 28th February, 23:59 HOL time.