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Céleste Bénet vs. Tansy Tatting
9th February, 1889 — The Great Hall, Hogwarts
The second round of student duels was bound to be just as interesting as the first. Carmelina thought she had better go over the rules, just to be certain, but after that she smiled at the girls, and turned to the Gryffindor. "Miss Bénet, if you will begin!"
@Céleste Bénet/@Chrysanta Ruskin & @Tansy Tatting/@Fortuna Bixby

Cele used Flipendo on Miss Tatting.

@Tansy Tatting @Fortuna Bixby

Celeste has an accents that's a blend of French and English.

MJ is a goddess & made cele's set
Trying to step out of the norm, Tansy attempted a counterspell on her opponent that would hopefully turn the spell back to the Gryffindor.
@Elias Grimstone

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The Hufflepuff's counterspell was an impressive success, sending Miss Bénet to get knocked backwards by her own spell. "Miss Tatting takes the first round, and may begin the second," Carmelina advised.

CELESTE: 1.5 | TANSY: 5.5
@Fortuna Bixby @Chrysanta Ruskin

Confidence growing with each round one, Tansy raised her wand and said, "Petrificus Totalus!" Her intent clear and obvious as the spell was cast.
@Chrysanta Ruskin

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Cele decided to use Wingardium Leviosa on Miss Tatting.

@Elias Grimstone

Celeste has an accents that's a blend of French and English.

MJ is a goddess & made cele's set
Once again, Miss Tatting proved the stronger spellcaster, leaving Miss Bénet in a full-body bind. Once Carmelina had reversed these effects, she declared, "Miss Tatting takes the duel!"

TANSY: 6.5 | CELESTE: 2.5
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