Muggle Diplomacy

James W. Boreal posted in Celebrity Claim Nov 21, 2018 17:58:11 GMT -5
This is the first step to becoming an active member of Order of Merlin!

There is a very easy step by step process on filling out your character's details, once you have posted your character bio, you have the chance to claim all your bits and pieces for your character! This includes Celeb Claim, Ability, Job, Register your wand and join alliances and even request a house for your character.

There are loads of canons available, along with pre-made adoptables! If you're stuck for original ideas for your character, check out the 'Character Ideas' thread or ask a staff member for help! Be sure to read the rules & guidelines & update yourself on the plot as well before you get started!
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ADOFS posted in A Dream of Spring Dec 9, 2018 4:37:23 GMT -5
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Magical Places

Ginny Weasley posted in Alone Together (Harry) Oct 28, 2018 19:59:14 GMT -5
Hogsmeade is the only entirely wizarding village in Britain. According to tradition it was founded over a thousand years ago, around the same time as Hogwarts. It's a picturesque little village of thatched cottages and shops, with enchanted candles hanging in the trees during the holidays. It is located just down the road from Hogwarts and on select Saturdays throughout the school year the village is filled with Hogwarts students, who are allowed to visit beginning in their third year.
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Jacob Roberts posted in Songs and Ice and Fire [Jacob and Connie] Oct 26, 2018 21:14:10 GMT -5
Hogwarts Castle is a large, seven-story high building supported by magic, with many towers and turrets and very deep dungeons, built in the late Early Middle Ages (c. 993) by a wizard architect and the four most celebrated wizards of the age: Godric Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Rowena Ravenclaw and Salazar Slytherin. The Castle houses Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, regarded as the finest wizarding school in the world.

Hogwarts is built in a valley area — surrounding mountains are part of the landscape — with the fairly large Black Lake to the south of the main building. The huge main oak front doors leading into the Entrance Hall face the west, and open up to sloping lawns. The deep Forbidden Forest extends around to the west of the Castle. There are also exterior greenhouses and vegetable patches on the school grounds.Hogwarts is located in the Scottish Highlands, near the all-wizard village of Hogsmeade and "not far" from Dufftown, in Banffshire, and Achintee, in Lochaber.
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Nikita Falco posted in Come and Get me (Trist) Nov 4, 2018 9:17:53 GMT -5
One may enter the Ministry via the Visitors' Entrance which is located in a payphone outside on the sidewalk. The entrance code on the payphone is number 62442 ("MAGIC").
Following the prompts of the Operator, passes are issued and the telephone box will descend through the ground into the lobby (Floor 8).
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James W. Boreal posted in Where to begin? (Lynnie) Nov 30, 2018 9:59:59 GMT -5
Tapping just the right brick in the wall behind the Leaky Cauldron in London ("Three up...two across...") will reveal an archway which is a portal into Diagon Alley, a long cobbled street where is to be found a strange and exciting assortment of shops and restaurants. It is unquestionably the hub of commerce in the British wizarding world, with virtually every wizarding business stationed there. Consequently, the demand for space here is steep, and rent costs "loads of Galleons".
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Joshua Roberts posted in Wiping away the dirt of the past - Joshua Oct 29, 2018 13:35:41 GMT -5
Just around the corner from Diagon Alley lies a dark, twisting alleyway devoted to the Dark Arts: Knockturn Alley. Not only are the wares sold there are a bit dodgy, but the wizards hanging around behave fairly suspiciously as well. From the shops and the street vendors one can purchase, among other things, shrunken heads, poisonous candles, human-looking fingernails, and Flesh-Eating Slug Repellent.
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Alexander Weaver posted in Why? (Tags) Mar 28, 2018 6:33:18 GMT -5
Founded in late 1500s or early 1600s by Mungo Bonham, St. Mungo's Hospital is the primary (and likely only) wizarding hospital in Britain. Located in an abandoned department store in London, the Healers treat wizards for all sorts of magic-related illnesses and injuries, & in extreme circumstances has been known to treat Muggles as well. Unlike, the Leaky Cauldron, St. Mungo's is visible to passing Muggles, who merely believe the sign on the front that the store is "Closed for Refurbishment."
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Ron Weasley posted in An Uncertain Adventure - Ron Dec 2, 2018 9:12:47 GMT -5
The Neighbourhoods of the Wizarding community are located around Britain. All types of houses, some castles and even manors are widespread. Hidden from the Muggle World and have been for centuries and will continue to be so for many many more generations.
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Muggle Territory

Claudia Marcellin posted in I Guess It's A Date or Something? (Claudia) Nov 3, 2018 3:58:02 GMT -5
London, Muggles have no idea but Wizards have been mixing in and around them for years. One of the greatest cities in England, Westminster offers a large range of new muggle fashions, food, entertainment and nightlife.
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Christina Roberts posted in My Shoulder to Lean On - Zach Oct 26, 2018 11:54:50 GMT -5
Godric's Hollow is a village in the West Country of England. It is a small community, which centres on a village square with only a church, a post office, a pub, and a few retail shops. The residential streets are lined with quaint cottages. According to A History of Magic, the graveyard is rumoured to be haunted.
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Ron Weasley posted in Dinnertime at the Burrow Dec 2, 2018 8:59:06 GMT -5
A small town along the River Otter in Devon, near Exeter. Ottery St. Catchpole is a Muggle town but has historically also been a large settlement for wizarding families. Ottery's notable buildings include the Tumbling Weir and St Mary's church. The town is the site of The King's School, now a comprehensive school, a former grammar school founded in 1545 by Henry VIII, and Ottery St Mary Primary School.
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Alexander Weaver posted in Scrambled Thoughts - Alex and Layla Oct 30, 2018 15:05:16 GMT -5
Ilkley Moor is an expanse of moorland above the town of Ilkley in West Yorkshire. It is famous as the inspiration for the Yorkshire "county anthem" On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at. To the north, where the moor drops steeply down towards the village of Ben Rhydding, a satellite of the town of Ilkley, are two millstone grit rock climbing areas: Rocky Valley and Ilkley Quarry.
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Professor Abigail Bellamy posted in Alchemy - Lesson Three - Field Work Oct 27, 2018 16:20:47 GMT -5
Various locations around the world where Witches and Wizards may like to travel.
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