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Welcome! To help smooth the entry into the Hogwarts School for the Incurably Dumb, please read these topics. Thanks, and have a good academic career!

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Sun Jul 21, 2013 12:18 am
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Applications

Put your applications in here! Example form is: "Name: Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Age: XX, Birthday: Xxxxxxx xx, Year at Hogwarts: X, House: Xxxxxxxx, Wand: wood type, core, length, flexibility, Favorite Subject(s): Xxxxxxxx, Disliked Subject(s): Xxxxx, Notes: Xxxxxxxx x xxxxx xxxxx."

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Transit

   
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Hogwarts Express

The train that takes the entitled brats to the boarding school where they'll be whipped into shape and summarily executed-- I mean taught all that they need to know about magic to get a menial-labor job in the wizarding world-- and back home at Platform 9 3/4 in mostly one piece. The passenger carts on the train are comprised of a narrow hallway with compartments (with doors) on each side. Prefects get their own separate compartment at the front of the train that they can relax in when they aren't patrolling the train and making sure that none of the brats are getting too rowdy. A trolley laden with sweets rolls through the train during the trip, and students may purchase candy from it. The train is run entirely on magic, yet, there never seem to be enough compartments for those who wish to sit alone (perhaps on purpose).

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Fri Aug 02, 2013 3:02 am
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Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

   
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Underground

Basements/Dungeons/Secret HushHush (Chamber of Secrets)

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Wed May 23, 2018 6:28 pm
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Ground Floor

Great Hall/Viaduct Courtyard/Transfiguration Dept

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First Floor

Hospital Wing/Misc Classrooms/Lots of Powder Rooms for the Ladies

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Third Floor

Clock Tower Entrance/Charms Corridor/Defense Against the Dark Arts Dept/Library (it's on both Third and Fourth Floor)/Armory/Trophy Room/One-Eyed Witch Passage

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Fifth Floor

Prefect's Bathroom/Art and Music Classrooms

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Seventh Floor

Room of Requirement/Gryffindor Tower/North Wing/Ravenclaw Tower/Divination Staircase

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Corridors

cor·ri·dor [kawr-i-der, -dawr, kor-] noun A narrow hallway, passageway, or gallery, often with rooms or apartments opening onto it. Lots of chicanery, romantic interactions (not woohooing hopefully), and dumb things happen in the hallways of Hogwarts. The Viaduct counts as a corridor, by the way. There are a lot of corridors and stairways, so be a decent muggle and put where the topic is taking place, will ya? The caretaker will be on your back otherwise.

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Grand Staircase

This is the main staircase that connects the many floors of Hogwarts. The stairs like moving around while the students are on the stairs, presumably out of frustration that it has to do unpaid labor at every student's beck and call.

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Towers

Headmaster's Tower/Astronomy Tower/West Tower (Clock Tower is located in Third Floor)

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Grounds

Herbology Greenhouses/Forbidden Forest/Quidditch Pitch

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Hogsmeade Village

   
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Hog's Head Inn

One of those really shady pubs that you feel like your mother warned you about when you first got the right to drink (you are of legal drinking age, right?). The bar is a dusty, small room with rough wooden tables and naked candles melted onto the table and windows so dirty you can hardly see through them, and the inn itself isn't much better. All sorts of sketchy and illegitimate activities happen here.

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Madam Puddifoot's Tea Shop

This is the perfect place to take your date for a nice cuppa. Madam Puddifoot's Tea Shop is a small tea shop that also serves coffee. A little bell chimes merrily when the door is opened to reveal a room crowded with small round tables decorated with lacy napkins and china sugar bowls with two chairs set around each table. Unfortunately, the numerous tables are often all occupied by teenage couples holding hands or kissing.

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Tomes and Scrolls

Bookshop in Hogsmeade established in 1768. Perfect for spending an afternoon breathing in the smell of mothballs and dusty old books.

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The Shrieking Shack

The most haunted building in Britain, this abandoned house in Hogsmeade has been the source of shrieks (hence the name, dummy) and screams. Not even the Hogwarts ghosts will go inside. The doors and windows are all blocked and boarded up, so entry isn't possible. There is a rumor that there is another way inside, however.

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Honeydukes

A sweetshop that sells delicious chocolates and candies. This is also the shop that stocks the candy cart on the Hogwarts Express. Items offered include: Acid Pops, Bat's Blood Soup, Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans, Blood-flavoured lollipops, Cauldron Cakes, Charm Choc, Chocoballs, Chocolate Cauldrons, Chocolate Frogs, Chocolate Skeletons, Chocolate Wands, Choco-Loco, Crystallised pineapple, Drooble's Best Blowing Gum, Exploding bonbons, Fizzing Whizzbees, Fudge Flies, Glacial Snow Flakes, Honeydukes Best Chocolate, Honeydukes Mice Pops, Ice Mice, Jelly Slugs, Liquorice Wands, No-Melt Ice cream, Nougat Chunks, Pepper Imps, Peppermint Toad, Pink Coconut Ice, Pixie Puffs, Pumpkin fizz, Pumpkin Pasties, Salt Water Taffy, Shock-o-Choc, Skeletal Sweets, Spindle's Lick'O'Rish Spiders, Sugar Quills, Sugared Butterfly Wings, Toffees, Toothflossing Stringmints, Tooth-Splintering Strongmints, Treacle fudge, Wizochoc

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Hogsmeade Post Office

For the poor schmucks lacking an owl, the post office will deliver letters and packages by owl for a fee. Over two hundred owls are housed here at any given time, roosting in color-coded shelves.

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Gladrags Wizardwear

Gladrags Wizardwear is a clothing store first opened in 1750 that sells novelty clothes. For quirky and dumb clothes, this is the store to look.

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Three Broomsticks Inn

The antithesis of the Hog's Head Inn, this warm and bubbly pub and inn is clean and welcoming. The Three Broomsticks Inn is reputed to be as old as Hogsmeade itself, and it serves Butterbeer, a popular nonalcoholic drink, as well as Firewhiskey (alcoholic), gillywater, mulled mead, red current rum, as well as other drinks.

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Diagon Alley

   
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Gringotts Wizarding Bank

This is a very old and reputable wizarding bank that witches and wizards use to store money and valuables in vaults of varying security, depending on the depositee's status in the wizarding world. The oldest and most prestigious wizarding families have vaults guarded by dragons and sphinxes with multiple levels of security, including anti-enchantment and concealment charms. The bank also exchanges wizarding money for muggle money.

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Ollivanders Wand Shop

A wand shop that dates from 382 B.C., this shop has been passed down through the Ollivanders for generations. The proprietor of the shop is a very skilled wandlorist (the best in Britain and very high esteemed in all of Europe) and is responsible for matching hundreds of witches and wizards to their wands. A branch of the Ollivanders Wand Shop is also open in Hogsmeade.

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Knockturn Alley

This is the shadier branch of Diagon Alley that houses more disreputable establishments, including Borgin and Burkes, a shop that sells cursed objects and other things with dark magic. Other wares that can be purchased in Knockturn Alley are shrunken heads, giant spiders, poisonous candles, fingernails and toenails, and other similar dodgy items.

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Eeylops Owl Emporium

A petshop that sells owls, toads, cats, and pet supplies.

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Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions

A shop that sells custom-fit clothing for witches and wizards. Students usually purchase wizarding robes from this location, although dress robes, travelling cloaks, and invisibility cloaks can also be purchased from Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions.

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Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes

George and Ron Weasley run this establishment, which sells practical joke items, fireworks, love potions, make-up, potions for various tasks like daydreaming, muggle magic tricks, defensive-type objects (like shield hats), and sweets, among other things.

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Flourish and Blotts

Flourish and Blotts is a bookstore where most Hogwarts students order their books. A small store with books of all sizes and shapes and colors stacked ceiling-high.

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OOC Corner

For whatever dumbs you feel like getting up to

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