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Cameron Gillenwater v. Monet Brown
@Cameron Gillenwater @Monet Brown
Rose didn't know either of these students very well, as neither were in her class and they were too young to be otherwise notorious. One of them might be on the Quidditch team? Maybe? After reviewing the rules for the tournament, she bade Mr. Gillenwater to begin.
Dueling! This was his time to shine—at least more than he had on the quidditch pitch this year. Bowing to his opponent, an older Slytherin girl, Cammie raised his wand and cast, "Expelliarmus!"

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Monet had become rather set on focusing on her studies after the whole diary debacle so signing up for the dueling contest had been a no brainer. She nodded to the Ravenclaw matron as the rules were given before bowing to her opponent.

Deciding against fling defensively, she raised her own wand in an attempt to strike fires with a jelly-leg jinx.

@Cassius Lestrange / @Rosaline Bennett
Mr. Gillenwater's disarming spell struck before Miss Brown could complete the movement for her jinx, and Rosaline awarded him the round while the Slytherin, presumably, retrieved her wand. "Miss Brown may begin the second round," she announced.

@Monet Brown
C 8, H 5.5
/sorry for the wait!
Well that hadn't been the best start and Monet was clearly less than enthused by it. With a slight narrowing of her eyes, she waved her wand and cast the stunning spell "stupefy." If it hit its mark surely the round would be hers.

@Edric Umbridge

[Image: MonetSig.gif]
Cameron cast a simple shield charm in response.

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Miss Brown triumphed in the second round; Rose revived Mr. Gillenwater and directed him to begin the tie-breaker.

M 10.5, C 6
@Cameron Gillenwater
Cameron tried to turn her hair an ugly green-brown.
@Fortuna Bixby

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Monet silently celebrated the win of her round then raised her wand to cast a shield spell.
@Cassius Lestrange

[Image: MonetSig.gif]
Miss Brown again had the more powerful spell and Rose awarded her the duel.

C 4, M 8.5

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