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Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

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  1. I couldn't decide on a character, so I went with this drawing/graphic of the house on the night of a full moon.
  2. The next SerpenTimes deadline isn't until January 15th, so you have plenty of time to reflect on the theme! Superlatives and Grab Bag words have been updated.
  3. "They're creepy and they're kooky, Mysterious and spooky..."

    1. February Fortescue

      February Fortescue

      "They're all together ooky.."

  4. For our Slyth-o-ween adventure, we are using the Floo Network to travel from the Dungeons to a haunted house. It turns out that the haunted house is actually the Addams family mansion! We're out of Floo Powder and Morticia has made it impossible to Apparate or Disapparate into or out of the mansion. The only way back to the Dungeons is to get out of the mansion and beyond the gate. Easy! ... Except for the death traps, deadly beasts, deadly plants, booby traps, explosives, and whatnot found in the rooms, hallways, and staircases. Getting out of the mansion will be a group effort. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, each person can perform up to three Moves to explore the mansion. A "move" may be physically moving from one known room to another or revealing a new room. However, if you choose to reveal a new room, you cannot use any other "moves" that day. As rooms are discovered, tasks associated with revealed rooms will be posted. You do not have to physically be in the room to complete the task. All tasks are worth 5 scales and due at the conclusion of Slyth-o-ween, which is whenever the gate is found! All HOL'ers are invited! Best of luck and be safe! Any questions regarding Slyth-o-ween may be posted below.
  5. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, you have until midnight HOL time to make up to three moves. One move allows you to: Move through one doorway to an already known room Reveal an unknown room If you choose to reveal an unknown room, you cannot make any further moves that day. Columns are labeled alphabetically (A-Z) and rows are numbered. Here is the current Mansion Map. Example moves: The first moves can be posted on Monday, 21 October.
  6. M15 - Living Room - Exits: North, East, South, West
  7. As the emerald green flames flicker out, you take in the odd decor of the living room and decide to change into something more fitting. Slyth-o-ween signature time! Create an avatar and/or signature to use for this year's Slyth-o-ween adventure in the Addams family mansion and post them below. Please also include a brief description of your graphic. You can also describe your avatar/signature in words if you wish. Remember to upload your graphics to an image-hosting site. The standard size for an avatar is 100x100 px and signatures are 250x100 px.
  8. Five Fruits I'll keep this one short and sweet because I'm in the middle of multiple HOL projects. It's also harvest time, so it is kind of appropriate! Asian pears Strawberries Red grapes Clementines Honeydew melons
  9. Slightly delayed (but not forgotten!), we announce the top 10 point earners for Slytherin each month. If you make the list, you'll receive bonus scales for your contributions. 1st Place: 200 scales 2nd Place: 100 scales 3rd Place: 50 scales 4th-10th Place: 30 scales New for this year, an individual can only earn the Sagacious Slytherin of the Month Award once per term. It will go to the top point earner of the month unless he or she has already received it this year. Without further ado, here are our Top House Point Earners for September! 10. Elena Min - 59 points 9. Cassandra Davies / Cody Lewis / Daisy Rafferty / Will Lestrange - 60 points 8. Phoenix Hale - 80 points 7. Ariana Moonshine - 90 points 6. Diana Magixx - 120 points 5. Emily Spencer - 178 points 4. Serenity Shaffer - 188 points 3. Brianna Caedmon - 193 points 2. Persephone Woodson - 206 points And the most ambitious Slytherin this month is February Fortescue with 358 points! Lots of new names on the list! Great start to the year, snakes!
  10. The ad shows a "weird-looking black horn-type object" with the words "Decoy Detonator" in yellow on an obnoxiously "noisy" pink, light blue, and white background. Taglines at the top say: "The best diversion device!" and "Great for quick escapes!" Bottom line reads: "A Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes product."
  11. Five LeakyCon Moments I'm currently in Boston with Cody, attending my first LeakyCon! Here's proof that all of the following occurred on Friday: And here are my top five moments from today! Snitchwiches - I asked LeakyCon veteran Shiloh Adlar for some tips and she said I must buy a Snitchwich. I'm not sure if I'll be adding a Snitchwich to my regular diet, but going through the official Snitchwich Fly Thru was fun! Louis Cordice (Blaise Zabini) - Although we heard some of Stanislav Yanevski (Viktor Krum)'s interview while walking around, we sat down for most of Louis Cordice's spotlight. He talked a lot about the Room of Requirement scene and has a strange obsession with aliens... Quidditch Panel - The most interesting panel was about Quidditch, of course! The presenter brought up interesting points about how Quidditch injuries paralleled other injuries in the series and discussed literary elements like ring composition. Wands - The Marketplace is full of amazing trinkets and merchandise, but I really wanted to make sure I left LeakyCon with a wand. We bought our wands from a Hungarian wandmaker. My wand core is a Hippogriff feather. Trivia! - The best part of the day was trivia! We got there a little too close to the start and there were already 50 teams. Luckily, the Wrackspurts were looking for a few more team members. By the end, there were 70 teams! We only managed to complete five rounds due to the number of teams and some technical difficulties. The most difficult round was Death Eaters. Other themes were Quidditch, Fantastic Beasts, and Potions. We ended up 7th out of 70 teams.
  12. Puzzle Exchange Scales 2019/2020 October Alexander Brighton - 5
  13. Submissions for the Discovery issue of SerpenTimes are due by midnight!
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