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Finnian Byrne vs. Kentigern MacFusty
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February 2nd, 1889 — Howler Stadium

At least these two looked as though they'd put on more of a show, Morwenna thought as a headache began to form behind her right eyeball, a sure sign that annoyance would soon follow. She recapped the rules and vaguely felt herself align with Mr MacFusty, which she put down entirely to a shared appreciation of beasts, but it was far from a powerful feeling.

"Mr Byrne, please begin whenever you are ready."

@Finnian Byrne @Edric Umbridge
@Kentigern MacFusty @Roberto Devine


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When he was ready? He was always ready.

Finnian cast a spell that would hopefully cause the MacFusty's hair to grow to five times its normal length, blocking out his eyesight momentarily. (He'd always expected the MacFustys to be unruly in every way, including their hair.)



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Kentigern used a jelly-fingers jinx on the young man in front of him. It was a pretty tried and true spell for him.

@Elladora Black /@Morwenna Skeeter
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They were utter children. Morwenna watched with a deep sense of dismay as her hopes for a spectacle turned into one man blinded by his hair and another looking ever-so-slightly shaky.

"Mr Byrne takes the round and Mr MacFusty will begin the second."

Finnian: 7
Kentigern: 5


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