Charming is a Victorian Era Harry Potter roleplay set primarily in the village of Hogsmeade, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and the non-canon village of Irvingly. Characters of all classes, both magical and muggle — and even non-human! — are welcome.

With a member driven story line, monthly games and events, and a friendly and drama-free community focused on quality over quantity, the only thing you can be sure of is fun!
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    News
    01.11 I've got a bit of a reputation...
    01.06 AC underway, and a puzzle to solve!
    01.01 Happy new year! Have some announcements of varying importance.
    12.31 Enter the Winter Labyrinth if you dare!
    12.23 Professional Quidditch things...
    12.21 New stamp!
    12.20 Concerning immortality
    12.16 A heads up that the Secret Swap deadline is fast approaching!
    12.14 Introducing our new Minister of Magic!
    12.13 On the first day of Charming, Kayte gave to me...
    12.11 Some quick reminders!
    12.08 Another peek at what's to come...
    12.05 It's election day! OOC, at least.
    12.04 We have our PW winners for November!
    12.02 New Skins! In less exciting news, the AC is underway.
    11.27 AC Saturday and election next week!
    11.21 A glimpse at post-move changes.
    11.13 This news is not at all big. Do not bother with it.
     
        
     
    Albert Pettigrew vs. Grayson Ollivander
    #1
    “I trust you will both behave honourably and adhere to our rules,” she concluded. “Mr. Pettigrew to start!”
    @Albert Pettigrew @Grayson Ollivander
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    #2
    Though his own career had little to do with combat, Albert was fairly confident that the Ollivander knew more about making the wands them using them in duels. That's what the family trained for, right? How drab it must be to know one's own fate was secured through one's surname—and in such an awfully boring occupation, too! He was confident he would win.

    After bowing and doing all the formalities, Albert raised his wand and aimed to transfigure Mr. Ollivander's fingers to wood that would hopefully look similar to small, skinny wands.
    @Grayson Ollivander/@Astrid Parkinson
    #3
    Dueling a Ministry man could go one of two ways. Either being mired in paperwork for most of their working life would mean that the man in question had become sloppy with his wandwork, or else the Ministry man in question would be skilled and keen to show he was more than a quill-pusher. Both possibilities carried with them one happy advantage for Grayson: the Ministry man would underestimate him. They always did. They believed their work so important that a man from the world of trade was clearly beneath them and not worth bringing their best game to.

    Luckily for Grayson his particular trade gave him a way with wands that a posturing official couldn't hope to emulate. Inclining his head Grayson sent a spell designed to heat the other man's wand to the point of it being impossible to hold.

    @Albert Pettigrew
    #4
    As Mr. Pettigrew dropped his wand mid-spell, it was plain that the wandmaker’s efforts had not been in vain. Astrid declared Ollivander the winner of the first round, and directed him to begin the next.
    PETTIGREW 5 | OLLIVANDER 10
    @Grayson Ollivander/@Helena MacMillan
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    #5
    Trickier spells having seen him do well thus far Gray opted to stay with precision over force and sent a slightly dubious spell of his own devising intended to make the wand's core temporarily become unstable inside the wood and create a new character for the stick altogether, thus rendering it difficult to manage in such a hectic moment.

    @Albert Pettigrew
    #6
    Completely unaware of what spell was hurdling towards him, Albert opted for a stronger shield charm to protect himself.
    @Grayson Ollivander
    #7
    Astrid was not certain what precisely Mr. Ollivander’s spell did—but could see that his efforts had stymied Mr. Pettigrew’s own. She declared the wandmaker to be the duel’s winner.
    OLLIVANDER 6 | PETTIGREW 4
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