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Full Name: Julius Markus Scrimgeour

Nickname(s): Jules

Birthdate: May 24, 1862

Age: 26

Occupation: Dept. MLE Investigator

Blood Status: Pureblood

Residence: Wellingtonshire, Hogsmeade

Hogwarts House: Ravenclaw

Wand: 12 3/4 inch, hawthorn with a pheniox core, swishy

Family:
Argus Scrimgeour , Father [1824]
Media Scrimgeour née Bulstrode, Mother [1842]
  - Bella Scrimgeour (Annabelle), Sister [1868]
  - Araminta Scrimgeour, Sister [1868]

Charon Scrimgeour, Grandfather [1788-1871]
Arista Scrimgeour (née Bulstrode), Grandmother [1802-1880]

- Louisa Flint (née Scrimgeour), Aunt [1827]
  - Frederic Flint, Uncle [1795]
   - Olivia ----- (née Flint), Cousin [1849]
   - Stephen Flint, Cousin [1851]
       — and family

- Hadrian Scrimgeour, Uncle [1828]
  - Drusilla Scrimgeour (née Burke), Aunt [18??]
   - Holly Scrimgeour, Cousin [1875]
   - Camille Scrimgeour, Cousin [1876]
   - Wilton Scrimgeour, Cousin [1885]
   - There are other dead ones, too.

- Chrysanta Lestrange (née Scrimgeour), Aunt [1834]
   - Aurelius Lestrange, Uncle [1823]
   - Violetta Lestrange, Cousin [1864]


Gratian Bulstrode, Grandfather [1807-1877]
Regula Bulstrode (née -----), Grandmother [1821]

- Florian Bulstrode, Uncle [1845]
   - Carina Bulstrode (née Nott), Aunt [1857]
   - Narcissa Bulstrode, Cousin [1876]
   - Carius Bulstrode, Cousin [1877]

- Laverna Flint (née Bulstrode), Aunt [1849]
    - Titanus Flint, Uncle [1794-1870]
    - Lucille Flint, Cousin [1869]
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The first thing most would notice about him is his height - staanding abnormally tall, he measures in at five foot eleven inches making his prescense a notable one. While logically, he would have grown in porportion to those smaller than him, he instead seemed to only grow up and remain realitvely narrow and is often discribed as lanky. His face is just full enough that you can see hints of his cheekbones, but his face is no where near hollow. Light brown hair hair is kept fairly neat though some days he does leave it a little messy. Blue eyes accent his pale skin. He is right handed and tends to wear fairly plain clothes.

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YEAR OF 1862 | The only son and first child of Argus and Media Scimgeour is born and named Julius Markus - because you always need to name your son after a guy who helped destroy a republic and build an empire. Markus - well his middle name had no rhyme or reason.

YEAR OF 1678 | At five, the little boy shows his first signs of magic by setting a toy on fire when he was startled by a loud noise.

YEAR OF 1868 | Well things when well for the first six years and seemed to go well this year as well. The second and third children of her parents are born, twin daughters and all seems fine until one day the nanny doesn't quite pay enough attention and one of the two girls are kidnapped. Searches were sent out, but unknown to the family, Annabelle had already been moved to muggle society.

SCHOOL YEAR OF 1873 - 1874 | He his sprint at Hogwarts and is sorted into Ravenclaw for his intellect, though everyone expected him to be sorted into Hufflepuff.

SCHOOL YEAR OF 1875 - 1876 | For his elective, he takes on COMC.

YEAR OF 1877 |The Scrimgeour family moves to the newly established Hogsmeade.

SCHOOL YEAR OF 1877 - 1878 | He sits his O.W.L.s.

SUMMER OF 1878 | He takes on an internship with the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, solidifying his decision to in some regards mimic his father in a career path.

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Played By: Nichole

Contact: Skype

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Registration Date: April 9, 2018

Date of Birth: February 29, 2000 (18 years old)

Local Time: February 19, 2019 at 8:50 AM

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Last online: January 28, 2019 – 6:44 PM
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<center><link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Italianno" rel="stylesheet">-<div style="background-repeat: repeat; background-image: url('https://image.ibb.co/jtfp9R/ricepaper_v3.png'); color: #625d48; width: 430px; padding: 20px; border: 10px solid #f4f0df; text-align: left; font-family: 'Italianno', cursive; font-size: 29px;"><div align="right">15 September, 1888</div><center>— Father —</center>I will admit, the whole time you were being tried, I was conflicted. While the girls have only ever seen this one side of you, I was allotted a time before your accident. And while the memories have grown faint with time, some are still there. The concept that you would even write this letter - it does remind me of that other side, which gives some part of me hope - that the rest of me does not wish to agknowledge.

When I was younger, I idolized you, Father. Now it is hard for me to even wrap my head around why I would have done so. I made excuses for you, trying to justify your actions based on the accident at work. But now, with how far you pushed it and having gone down the same career path to face the same risk, I can no longer accredit your actions to said accident.

While I do not wish death upon you - you are, after all, my father - but if the asylum has changed your mindset, I believe it is to be the place you need to be. And if your death is to come, I will mourn not the man of the past eight to ten years, but the one before that, and possibly the one your letter alludes that you might become.

But I will tell you, the idea that I could ever take the same path as you, is something I would never do, and the thought that you think that possibilities are there for me. Well, it greatly offends me that that is your picture of my character.
<center>— Julius Scrimgeour —</center></div></center>


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<center><link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Italianno" rel="stylesheet">-<div style="background-repeat: repeat; background-image: url('https://image.ibb.co/jtfp9R/ricepaper_v3.png'); color: #625d48; width: 430px; padding: 20px; border: 10px solid #f4f0df; text-align: left; font-family: 'Italianno', cursive; font-size: 29px;"><div align="right">15 September, 1888</div><center>— Father —</center>I will admit, the whole time you were being tried, I was conflicted. While the girls have only ever seen this one side of you, I was allotted a time before your accident. And while the memories have grown faint with time, some are still there. The concept that you would even write this letter - it does remind me of that other side, which gives some part of me hope - that the rest of me does not wish to agknowledge.

When I was younger, I idolized you, Father. Now it is hard for me to even wrap my head around why I would have done so. I made excuses for you, trying to justify your actions based on the accident at work. But now, with how far you pushed it and having gone down the same career path to face the same risk, I can no longer accredit your actions to said accident.

While I do not wish death upon you - you are, after all, my father - but if the asylum has changed your mindset, I believe it is to be the place you need to be. And if your death is to come, I will mourn not the man of the past eight to ten years, but the one before that, and possibly the one your letter alludes that you might become.

But I will tell you, the idea that I could ever take the same path as you, is something I would never do, and the thought that you think that possibilities are there for me. Well, it greatly offends me that that is your picture of my character.
<center>— Julius Scrimgeour —</center></div></center>