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The Language of the Flowers was a popular method to express feelings where words might be improper, but did you know other means of doing so? Some ladies used their parasols, as well as their fans, gloves, and hankies to flirt with a gentleman (or alternatively, tell them to shove it!). — Bree

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This boy, then. He wasn't new. Wasn't one of the worst people in the common room, those rotten rich boys - like Mr. Jailkeeper - who could not fathom a world beyond their own farts. Was a good working class lad, so he'd heard. Had a bit of a weird looking face, and a bit of a weird thing for preaching. Still.

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Virginia Carmichael

Full Name: Virginia Betrys Carmichael

Nickname(s): Ginny

Birthdate: January 7th, 1863

Age: 25

Occupation: Debutante

Blood Status: Halfblooded werewolf

Residence: Wales

Hogwarts House: Ravenclaw 1874-1879

Wand: Hazel. 12½ inches. Thestral hair. Swishy.

Brandon Carmichael, Father [1828]
Elizabeth Carmichael née Teague [1840]
Elliot Carmichael, Brother [1859]
George Carmichael, Brother [1866]

Colwyn Carmichael, Grandfather [1794-1882]
Margery Carmichael née Jernigan, Grandmother [1807]
James Carmichael, Uncle [1830]
— Morwenna Carmichael née Vaughan, Aunt [1839]
— Gawain Carmichael, Cousin [1859]
— Gwenda Cadwallader née Carmichael, Cousin [1864]
— Elaine Carmichael, Cousin [1866]
— Tristan Carmichael, Cousin [1867]
Dylan Carmichael, Uncle [1836-1852]
Though she cannot, in good conscience, quite be called short, Ginny is still smaller than the average, at just a hair above five feet. She is quite blessed in that she has natural curves, but her uncooperative dark brown waves, she feels, more than balances this out. Virginia possesses equally brown eyes (she would much prefer green, as she feels them more glamorous) set in her round face, and dresses in the latest styles in the efforts of attracting a husband, though with each passing birthday, she becomes less convinced that will occur. She is right-handed.

As a wolf, her coat is a tawny color.

1863 | Virginia is the second child added to the Carmichael family. Any concern, however small, that Elliot might have resented a younger sibling is quickly dispelled when he takes immediately to the child.

1866 | George is born. Three by now, Virginia is quite fascinated with the young arrival, and promptly declares Hestia (her favourite doll) to be her ‘baby’. She proves from a young age to be well-suited to the role of mother—fortunate, given her circumstances. A two-year-old Cousin Gwenda attempts to steal the ‘baby’, and Ginny’s first act of magic is to summon the doll back to her…and then give her young cousin an earful. This is their first (and certainly not last) quarrel, but also marks the pair as well on their way to friendship.

1870 | Elliot receives his Hogwarts letter in the summer, and departs for Slytherin House in September. Though well-suited to the role of ‘oldest’ sibling, Ginny misses her brother terribly and always eagerly awaits his return for the holidays.

1874 | (A long) Four years after Elliot’s departure, Ginny receives her own letter. With great enthusiasm she joins in on the school supply run, purchasing her wand, cauldron, and other odds and ends. Her favourite shop, however, proves to be Flourish and Blotts by a landslide, and she is reluctant to leave for the (comparable) tedium of purchasing a conical hat. September sees her sorted into Ravenclaw, and she finds she adjusts to school life fairly easily—though she knows it would have been much more of a struggle had she not had Elliot to look after her.

1875 | Ginny is disappointed when Gwenda doesn’t join her in Ravenclaw, though knows that her cousin would be ill-suited to the more studious house.

1876 | In her third year, she adds Ancient Runes and Divination to her roster.

1877 | Elliot graduates from Hogwarts just in time for George to begin. The youngest Carmichael is sorted into —.

1879 | Ginny writes her OWLs and receives admirable scores. Her high grade in Divination proves suspect, however, as she does not predict the tragedy that would follow.

An evening walk on the grounds not long after the receipt of her scores sees Virginia mauled (and her chaperon killed) by a roving werewolf. Though she is fortunate enough to retain her life, it is one very much changed. Virginia is unable to return to Hogwarts, and all three Carmichael children swear an Unbreakable Vow never to willfully reveal her new condition. She would continue to attend family functions for appearances’ sake, and her parents were careful to have her seen about town—lest anyone think anything untoward!—but Ginny bean to keep largely to herself, outside of family and the closest of friends.

Ancient Runes: A
Astronomy: E
Charms: O
Defence Against the Dark Arts: A
Divination: E
Herbology: O
History of Magic: E
Potions: A
Transfiguration: E

1881 | The year she would have made her debut, her parents surprised her by announcing that she was to have a private coming out ball! Virginia was thrilled—she had been terribly anxious that she could not marry because of her affliction, and saw the gesture as a sign that everything would be alright. She was a modest success in her first season, and though she had thought one young suitor sure to propose, he had moved on to another by the new year.

1883 | Not for the first time, Virginia thinks she’s soon to get an offer of marriage, only for the gentleman in question to become entirely disinterested instead. She begins to worry if there are rumours about her abrupt departure from Hogwarts after all, but no one who she trusts enough to ask knows (or will divulge) anything of the sort.

1884 | Virginia is relieved to be outside of Hogsmeade when the quarantine hits, and cannot imagine what those with her affliction trapped in the small town must be thinking. Save for a reduction in social functions and a distinct lack of extended family, her summer proves to be much the same as those that proceeded it. She does, however, bemoan the lack of a proper “season” this year, convinced that if she wasn’t ‘good enough’ at 18, she surely won’t be at 22!

1885 | A rough night leads to a rougher morning as November sees a maid all but discover Ginny’s secret—and Ginny accidentally kill her in the fallout. Though her brothers help her dispose of the body, ensuring her secret will not be discovered, this incident affects the witch greatly, as one might imagine.

1886 | Her fondness for Mr. Podmore begins to develop into a full-blown crush. Gwenda marries.

1887 | She confesses her feelings for Mr. Podmore—albeit in a letter—which, embarrassingly, he does not return.

1888 | As her twenty-fifth birthday arrives, Ginny begins to emotionally prepare herself for her seemingly inevitable spinsterdom. After all, who would be so foolish as to think a werewolf could ever find a husband?

❧ Ginny is Welsh. Though schooled in the "posh" accent, she still has clear traces of her Welsh origins in her voice.


❧ She left school after her fifth year, in spite of the fact that both her brothers finished their education.

❧ There were some rumours swirling around the above, though her parents did their best to keep her in the public eye.


❧ She is a werewolf.

Played By: Kayte

Contact: PM Aldous Crouch

Plot Preferences:


❧ I am almost always down for throwing characters together if you have some sort of 'hook' for me because...

❧ I don't care for "meet & greet" threads and if I find myself in one, am prone to causing explosions.

❧ For planned (non-open) threads, I prefer to have a vague idea of setting and potential goals, but the the understanding that those goals may not come to pass—characters can be dicks that way ;)

I do not pre-plan romance. Even if my character is happily married, there should always be the understanding that this can change!

I prefer fade-to-black for sexual situations. I don't have anything against smut per se, but I would rather write no smut than bad smut!

❧ I am a teacher who also volunteers with young children. Student-professor relationships are firm no-go areas for me.

❧ My posts typically range in length from 100 to 300 words. They will sometimes be longer and sometimes shorter, depending on what the thread demands.

❧ Please give me a heads up if you intend on anything that can damage my character's reputation or send them into mourning!


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