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Auld Lang Syne
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Following a rather slow day at the apothecary, Toby had decided to part with a few galleons in the name of good food and better company. Upon arriving at the Three Broomsticks, he had quickly placed an order for his favorite dish and a large mug of ale.  While he waited, he glanced around the room at the various occupants, trying to find someone he knew. Unfortunately, he was rather new to the area, and a bit shy, so the list was fairly small. He caught various bits of chatter here and there, but nothing stood out as interesting until he overheard  his former professors exchanging tales of adventure and attempting to outdo one another with each new story. Upon hearing Prof. Ruskin's latest claim, he could contain himself no longer.

"Excuse me, gentlemen. I couldn't help but overhear you mention that a certain Egyptian wizard was able to charm various scenes from history into existence! Please, were these scenes only visible to the caster similar to a vision, or were they projected onto a wall, like one of those Muggle Magic Lanterns?"


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Auld Lang Syne - by Hamish Darrow - January 2, 2020 – 8:59 PM
RE: Auld Lang Syne - by Ellsworth Ruskin - January 2, 2020 – 10:06 PM
RE: Auld Lang Syne - by Ulysses Harrington - January 13, 2020 – 3:46 AM
RE: Auld Lang Syne - by Hamish Darrow - January 27, 2020 – 2:17 PM
RE: Auld Lang Syne - by Ellsworth Ruskin - January 29, 2020 – 8:15 PM

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