Bringing it to your attention that there is a new thread in the Beginner's Guide, entitled Hogwarts Rules. It is a simple reminder about regulations, existing in Hogwarts.
While in most cases breaking these rules is not going to affect you in any way, it may cause a certain amount of suffering for your characters. Please, be kind to them. I am sure they did nothing at all to deserve all the detentions and other consequences.
Hope you had a blast during the term break and now are ready to resume studying, refreshed and well-rested. At any moment available, our classrooms will be open and flooded by the lessons, provided by our favourite professors, both old and new.
While you are eagerly waiting for it to happen, I leave you with the names of Lumos Alliance Awards winners.
Most Spirited – Roseanne Hawthorne
Mr Lumos Alliance – Curtis Corbaine
Ms. Lumos Alliance – Anna Capello
Most Helpful – Lilliana Devane
Most Popular – Elizabeth McLaggan
Best Roleplayer – Roseanne Hawthorne
Most Improved – Meara Mckay
Best Newcomer – William Northam
And we are more than happy to introduced the newest additions to our staff members - Mister Jack Flynn, who will be teaching Astronomy, as well as Mister Timothy Arkwood, taking over Transfiguration, and Mister Gregory James, returning as our History of Magic Professor.
Ravenclaw positions have been filled. Before I announce our new Prefects and Quidditch Captain, I would like to give a special thanks to Emmy Cartwright and Danielle Nguyen for the work they put into our wonderful house last term.
Congrats to Nathaniel Rosenthorn and Asher Spaulding who have made Raven Prefects and congrats to our lovely Meghan Frisk who has offered to move into the position of our Quidditch Captain. Well done you three! Thank you to everyone else for the wonderful applications.
Throughout the past term they had managed to gather 1939 points in total. You are hereby allowed to pat yourselves on the back, but make sure you are not carried away with your celebrations. Our castle might be supported by ancient magic, but let's not forget it is over 1000 years old.
When it comes to other Houses, Gryffindor earned 1415 house points, closely followed by Ravenclaw with 1171 points and finally Hufflepuff with 945 points.
Well done, everyone, and congratulations to the winners of departmental awards:
Ladies and gentlemen, Easter has finally arrived, and with that the annual Easter Egg Hunt.
The staff have hidden eggs all over the Castle and your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to find them by responsing to their role-play threads and in doing so win yourself a unique prize! Have fun, happy role-playing and have a wonderful Easter!
In March’s role-play of the month two distracted students find themselves in what starts out as a rather awkward, embarrassing interaction. Meghan Frisk and William Northam delve into the inner workings of their characters, showing excellent development and a wonderful command of their own writing. Will this little faux pas turn out to be just the distraction these two need? Read Finding a Distraction to find out.
In March’s first runner up, Nothing More Calming Than a Book , We see that the stress of trying to run a Quidditch team has started to get to Roseanne. Trying to get her mind off of the Quidditch tryouts that she had held, she seems to finds solace in her ancient runes book that she has with her. On the other end of things, Vixen Vonduke is troubled by an owl she had received from her family and seems to be thinking it over when she runs into Roseanne. With Roseanne needing a distraction and Vixen in need of some academic help to keep her parents happy, Roseanne accepts Vixen’s plea for her to be her tutor, but how will things turn out from there? You’ll need to keep reading to find out!
March's second runner up is a tale of gentle romance between two unlikely companions. There isn't the slightest trace of rivalry between Slytherin Prefect Matt GreenSpark and Gryffindor beauty Meara McKay; in fact, their friendship seems set in the stars. In this role-play the two share a tender moment atop the Astronomy Tower, and a deep emotional connection is made when the topic of parents is raised. Want to know what happens? Read As the Stars Align to find out!
Gryffindor is currently looking for a new Prefect. Regardless of the house you are in at this time, you can still apply. If you have any questions, feel free to owl me and I will help you the best I can.
Owl me with your completed application.
How long have you been on LA?:
How much time can you dedicate to Prefect duties?:
Why do you want to be Prefect?:
What are three ideas you have to increase house activity?:
So well, my fair ladies and gentlemen, we are pleased to announce yet another term left behind us. Surely you all have been working like the devils and deserved a good rest. While you are waiting to find out your remaining grades, we suggest you vote for Lumos Alliance awards.
Furthermore, we have an update, concerning our staff members. Lana Van Sarkin had made a difficult decision to leave some of her duties, but she will continue to teach you Muggle Studies. Acuzio Balint, Anastasia Wilkins and Hatsuharu Akimoto, on the contrary, resolved to resign completely from their job responsibilities. We wish them only good things in their new beginnings and hope to see them soon.
Now, wonderful people of Lumos Alliance, spend few moments of your precious time to leave kind words not only for those taking a break, but also our new Deputy Headmistress, Alexandria Calla, and our new Heads of Houses, Lilliana Devane of Ravenclaw and Alera Summers of Gryffindor.
Well done, ladies.
Last but not the least, if anyone wishes to try for now vacant positions, the application form can be found here. You have time until April 24th.
Lumos Alliance is an online Hogwarts RPG Online Game based in a non-canon world of Harry Potter