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Reuben Crouch
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This seemed a rather grown-up problem for his little brother to have to contend with—perhaps the first time Aldous had
ever genuinely thought Reuben and 'grown up' in the same sentence.
Promoter for Jewell Distillery
33 year old Pureblood
5 ft. in.
❤   Married
Full Name: Reuben Winston Crouch

Nickname(s): Ben

Birthdate: 29 August 1859

Age: 33

Gender: Male

Occupation: Promoter for Jewell's Distillery

Blood Status: Pureblood

Residence: Irvingly

Hogwarts House: Gryffindor

Wand: 10” Dogwood and Jackalope Antler, Swishy.
Dogwood wands are mischievous and quirky; they become restless if their owner does not provide suitable excitement. Dogwood wands are often noisy spellcasters and refuse to perform non-verbal magic.

Reuben was very fond of his original wand, 9 ½” Dogwood and Kneazle Whisker, and was delighted to have been chosen by a second Dogwood want when he needed to replace the first following an unfortunate incident with a thunderbird in 1883.

Melody Crouch, wife [1868]
Eleanora Hazel Crouch, daughter [Sep 14 1891]

Malachi Crouch, Father [1824-1877]
Alberta Crouch née Rowle, Mother [1832-1877]
Aldous Crouch, Brother [1855]
Roman Crouch, Brother [1858]
November Malfoy née Couch, Sister [1863]
General | Standing at 5’6”, Ben is notably shorter than his older brothers and most men in his social circle. His hair is dark brown, but tends to pick up sandy blond highlights at the first sign of summer sun. He has grey eyes beneath heavy brows. He keeps his hair short and often wears some degree of facial hair or stubble. Reuben is right-handed.

Expressions | Ben has an easy, charming smile that he brings out for almost everyone he meets. Naturally flirtatious and a good listener, Ben's eyes will light up when he's engaged in a conversation. When uncomfortable, his most common reaction is to freeze for a second, rather than letting disappointment or confusion play out on his features.

Deportment | Despite his small stature Ben carries himself as though he's tall. He meets people's eyes when speaking and typically has his shoulders rolled back confidently. That said, his shoulders are often the first indicator that something is amiss; they'll show tension when he's wary of something or start to slump when he's feeling defeated before that will show on his face.

Fashion | Although brought up middle-class, Ben enjoys attending fancy parties and can look the part if inclined. In his daily life, he tends to dress casually, and many of his clothes are still holdovers from his adventuring days; comfortable and well-worn. He prefers Muggle fashion and is hardly ever seen in robes.

Scent | Typically wears mid-range cologne: warm wood and spice scents blended together, including notes of bergamot and vanilla. Depending on when you catch him, he also often has a mild whiskey scent about his person — but not in the overwhelming, he seems like a drunkard sort of way, just as part of his overall scent.

Distinguishing Characteristics | Ben has three tattoos, though none are visible while he is fully clothed. The first is a Gryffindor lion on the back of his right shoulder, acquired during his time cavorting around Europe. The second is a thunderbird on a stormy sky, acquired during his time in America, which is on the outside of his right thigh. The third was added during one of his cursebreaker adventures, and is a tree whose branches reach up and frame the thunderbird scene. Now that everything's healed, the second two look like they could have been the same tattoo.

Face Claim | Rafael Lazzini
1859Reuben is born the third and final son to Malachi and Alberta Crouch. He is quickly shoved into the nursery alongside his toddler brother, Roman, and largely forgotten.
1860 — 1865

The children grow well enough, though Reuben immediately proves to be the more rambunctious brother. He is an adventurous toddler and the bane of his poor nanny’s existence, particularly when he shows an early sign of magic by levitating himself onto the top of a wardrobe at only four, and making her climb up to get him down.

In 1863, the family grows with the addition of a younger sister, November. Ben is not allowed to play with the baby, which is probably good; he hadn’t yet really internalized what the word ‘gentle’ meant, and Roman often came away from their play sessions with bruises as a result. It quickly becomes obvious that November is a very different sort of child, and not in the way that Reuben and Roman are different from each other--she doesn’t talk. She barely even makes noise. Even so, Ben takes a liking to her almost as soon as she is old enough to waddle around in he and his brother’s wake. It has a lot to do with the fact that she seems so taken with him, but there’s something else, too--he has a sort of sense that she knows a lot, even if she never says anything. Like maybe she knows him, too, probably better than his two older brothers do.

1866 — 1869

November ends up starting to speak around the time that Aldous goes to Hogwarts. Honestly, Ben is almost disappointed. He had imagined his little sister’s silence was some sort of game, some secret that she shared with her brothers but kept from the adults, and now that’s come to an end. He does still feel like they have a kind of bond, though--particularly when her first sign of magic involves levitation, just like his did, and at the same age, too.

No one is surprised to hear that Aldous is a Slytherin; Crouches are always Slytherins.

Over the next two years the remaining brothers had progressively more and more academic things filling up their time as they prepared to get their Hogwarts letters. Ben isn’t fond of having to sit for lectures, and Roman well outpaces him in their studies, to the surprise of exactly no one. Although they've been raised more or less in tandem, Roman receives his letter a year before Ben, and leaves him behind at home where Ben is, for the first time in his life, high king of the nursery. Roman is sorted into Slytherin.

1870 — 1871

After some rather eventful school shopping (particularly the visit to get his wand, Ben having been a bit difficult to match), Ben headed off to school. As a fifth year, Aldous is too busy with his own friends to do more than get him on to the train before abandoning him, which suits Reuben just fine--he wants to make his own friends, anyway. Alternating between dragging Roman behind him and abandoning his older brother in a compartment with a stupid book, Ben explored the train and made a few friends before arriving.

The sorting ceremony. Crouches are always Slytherins. Reuben has been eying up all of the kids sent to Slytherin so far, trying to decide which one is going to become his best friend (after years of playing with him at home, he’s tired of his brother). It is quite a shock, then, when the sorting hat is placed on his head and doesn’t even mention Slytherin. Instead, it debates for less than three seconds before declaring him, much to his surprise, a Gryffindor.

But Crouches are always Slytherins. Reuben is afraid to tell his parents that he’s been sorted somewhere else. Does this mean he’s not a Crouch? Maybe he’s secretly a bastard and never knew it?

Of course, it’s not as though he can really keep a secret from his parents when he has two brothers at school. If they’re disappointed, at least they have the kindness not to put it in the letter they write him, and eventually Reuben comes to terms with his house--and then, fairly quickly, becomes fiercely proud of it.

1871 — 1873

Reuben had known ever since attending his first Quidditch game in first year that he wanted to play Quidditch. He wanted his brother to play Quidditch, too, and he wanted to beat him in a match--like brutally beat him. Not that he had anything against Roman, per ce, but he was still feeling as though he had something to prove, being the only Gryffindor Crouch ever, and publicly humiliating his brother would have been the ideal way to prove it, once and for all. Unfortunately, neither of his bookish older brothers have any interest in joining the house team, and even if they did, Reuben doesn’t make the team when he tries out in either his second or third year.

He adds Muggle Studies in third year, just to be contrary--he knows neither of his brothers took Muggle Studies, and so he knows that he can’t be compared to them on that front. He also takes Care of Magical Creatures and Ancient Runes.

1874 — 1876

In his fourth (fifth, until Charming's public opening when I'm putting that year back where I want it to be) year a beater spot opens up on the Gryffindor team, and Reuben finally makes the cut--he’s much better at bludgeoning objects in flight, as it turns out, than anything else he’s tried for. He works much harder at Quidditch than he does at his classes, which is somewhat apparent in his grades. Although he does manage to obtain most of his OWLs the next year, his scores are far from ideal, and he does manage to annoy two of his professors by earning a mark of ‘Dreadful.’ Of course, it’s hard to mention this without comparing it to Roman's performance last year; while his marks aren’t perfect they are rather good, and that is on top of his prefect duties--which everyone insists are a much bigger deal than Ben’s involvement in Quidditch.

He opts to keep on with Care of Magical Creatures, Defense Against the Dark Arts, and Potions because he’s genuinely interested in them (he’s always had more of an interest in classes where there’s a possibility for something to explode), Muggle Studies because he was surprisingly and unexpectedly good at it, and Ancient Runes because he feels as though his family will judge him if he only keeps four classes and one of them is Muggle Studies. He doesn’t anticipate needing any of these classes, because he already knows that he wants to play Quidditch when he gets out of school. He also knows, however, that his parents are unlikely to buy off on this, so he’s keeping it, temporarily, to himself.

The end of his fifth year also coincides with Aldous and his father returning from a year long excursion to Asia, which isn't particularly good news for Ben; after an entire year of relatively little familial scrutiny, he now has two older male relations lingering around looking disappointed about his grades. Whatever.

1876 — 1877

Reuben still hasn’t told anyone that he wants to play Quidditch--better to spring that news on them, he feels, when everyone is in a little better spirits. Aldous goes and gets the sort of job their father can instantly be proud of, and it seems like a good time--but the summer comes and goes with Ben somehow failing to ever bring it up, and soon he’s off to his last year, while Roman goes off on a (much shorter but none the less existent) trip abroad with his father. This is also Nova’s first year, and Reuben watches her sorting with bated breath, secretly convinced that she will end up a Gryffindor, like him. They’ve always had the sort of bond he didn’t feel like he shared with either of his brothers--and they had their first sign of magic at the same age, and in such similar ways. Nova has to be a Gryffindor!

She isn’t a Gryffindor; years later, in retrospect, Ben would be embarrassed to admit he’d ever thought she was, recognizing that he’d been projecting what he wanted his little sister to be instead of who she actually was. There is some camaraderie, however, in her being the second non-Slytherin Crouch, and Ben continues to feel as though they have a special sort of bond (though he doesn’t show it in any very traditional way).

By Christmastime, Roman and his father have returned and Reuben really can’t dodge questions about what he plans to do with his future any more, and he confesses his desire to play professional Quidditch. Suffice it to say, it doesn’t sit very well with anyone, except maybe Nova--Nova isn’t really the type of person to interject when others are arguing, so it’s hard to say what she thinks.

No one seems to care that he gets rather good NEWT grades, given that he’s determined to ‘squander’ them by pursuing a career in Quidditch, which everyone still wholeheartedly disapproves of. Regardless, he tries out for the professional teams shortly after graduation and accepts a position as a second-string beater for the Appleby Arrows (and is only mildly disappointed to no longer be playing alongside his best friend, Art Pettigrew). Ben buys himself a broomstick to celebrate, and names her Adelaide. He still has her, though she's seen better days, and takes her on every traveling excursion.

Is it because he joins the Quidditch team that his father doesn’t take Ben abroad as he did for Aldous and Roman? Or does Reuben insist on joining the Arrows because he knows that there won’t be a trip abroad? That Aldous will always be, has always been, the favorite, and it doesn’t matter whether Ben plays Quidditch, or does something respectable, or joins the circus? He’ll likely never know. In any case, no one offers to take him on a tour of Asia.

1877 — 1879

‘The Quidditch Thing’ has not ceased to be a point of contention. Neither has the lack of any father-son trip abroad. He takes a sort of glee in pouring all of his effort into Quidditch, to spite his family. He knows that he’s been pulling his weight, and that the promotion to first string is coming sooner or later, and secretly hopes rather foolishly that somehow this will be the breaking point where his parents and brothers finally let him be about his career. Before he can even make it through his first season, however, tragedy strikes. In October, his parents are crushed at the construction site for the home the family had been building in Hogsmeade, and both die.

In the wake of his parents' death, Reuben finds himself under immense pressure from both his brothers to quit the team and do something real with his life. The pressure is one thing, but Ben also feels guilty for his parents’ death--not because he had anything at all to do with it, but because he can’t help but think, irrationally, that his pent-up resentment somehow made their deaths worse, or more tragic. The mixed emotions are overwhelming enough to make him hand in his resignation as an Appleby Arrow at the end of that season, though he isn’t sure what his next step is. He’d never had any plan except Quidditch.

Reuben gets a job in the Ministry in March of 1878, though in a different department than his brothers, fearing to live in their shadow. He quickly determines that he absolutely hates working at the Ministry, but he’s at a loss as for what else to do; everything that’s interesting to him isn’t what his brothers would consider a very fitting job for a Crouch.

In 1879 he switches to the Department of Magical Games & Sports, since Roman suggested perhaps he’ll be better there, based on his experience. Working with the Quidditch League on a daily basis, far from making him feel more at home, only makes him resent all the more the career he might have had. He follows the careers of people who he played with on the Gryffindor Quidditch team almost obsessively, picturing how his life could have been different if he’d been allowed to do what he wanted to do. This is probably the only point during his friendship with Art Pettigrew where things got a little bit awkward – Art could hardly fail to pick up on Ben's resentment over not playing Quidditch, though he certainly had plenty of problems of his own at the time.

1880 — 1882

Reuben decides to try and convince his oldest brother that he’s going to become an academic (quite a feat given his scholastic performance at Hogwarts), and quits his job at the Department of Magical Games & Sports to conduct research for a book. He enjoys not working more than he enjoys either researching or writing, but it’s difficult to convince Aldous he’s making progress when he’s quite obviously not; in order to hide his subterfuge, he goes abroad. It’s like the trip his dad was never going to take him on--though he avoids any talk of Asia as though it were the home of the plague. Instead, he bounces around Europe throughout 1881, mostly hanging around in clubs and flirting with women and generally getting very little done that could be called research.

Reuben returns for a few months in the spring of 1882 to see his little sister graduate and debute. Obviously, questions are asked about the ‘book’ he’s been working on, but Reuben isn’t knowledgeable in enough subjects to properly bullshit his way through an entire summer, so he instead claims that the idea for his book--and all of the text he had written so far!--was stolen by a Frenchman, whom he had been working with for nearly a year as a partner and co-writer. He declares that the treachery of the Frenchman has turned him off of writing entirely, and he intends to become a breeder of exotic magical creatures instead.

As the term exotic would imply, this necessitates his traveling abroad once again. In late fall of 1882, he sets sail for the brave new world of America.

1883 — 1884

Having learned from his last mistake with the book, Reuben decides that he has to at least make a show of trying to breed some sort of magical creature--at the very least, so that he can play the part convincingly when he talks to his brothers next. He moves from the coastline towards the midwest, where most of the larger magical creatures can be found roaming. He soon meets Mr. Grady Walsh, a magizoologist with a local farm, and becomes friendly enough with the man that he’s invited to come over to his farm. He meets the entire family: Walsh’s wife, two sons who were just slightly younger than him, and three daughters, aged 21, 19, and 17. It isn’t long before Reuben has become something of a fixture in the Walsh household, frequently coming by for dinner or to help out on their farm. It’s been a long while since he’s dealt with magical creatures (since Hogwarts, in fact), but it comes back to him very quickly, which only ingratiates him to his American hosts even more. He grows particularly close to the Walsh’s oldest daughter, Una, and even ends up sharing a kiss with her in early 1884.

Of course, all good things must come to an end. Aldous’ boss apparently had a heart attack in May, which means his brother got a promotion--and with it, oversight in to American-British relations, where it just so happened that they were discussing the breeding of magical creatures, and the ones that Reuben was using as a cover story particularly. His brother is less than amused to discover that Reuben’s “business venture” is actually illegal in America, though Ben isn’t sure whether Aldous is upset because he thinks that Reuben is lying to him (again), or whether he’s worried that he isn’t lying and is about to get arrested. In any case, Reuben is summarily ordered back to Britain. Being ordered around by one’s brother isn’t particularly sexy, so that isn’t what he tells Una (or any of the Walshes)--but he’s become close enough to her that he doesn’t want to lie to her, like he’s been lying to everyone else, and so he simply says his goodbyes to her parents and leaves.

The journey back to the east coast of America, and then across the Atlantic, takes a good deal of time, and so Reuben has time to plan how he’s going to get himself out of this before having to face off with his brother. Aldous probably objects to him not having a job, he figures (or at least not a legal job, if he thinks Ben was actually breeding creatures), and so if he shows up and he has a job, that ought to take the wind out of his sails a little bit. Of course, he doesn’t want to actually work (unless he can play Quidditch again), and he certainly doesn’t want to be cooped up in Britain--something he feels is almost a certainty based on the tone of his brother’s last letter.

Writing to old school friends and networking as best he can through owl, Reuben manages to get himself hired as a freelance Cursebreaker. Hardly the ideal career, from the wealthy pureblood point of view, but it appeals to Ben--there’s a sense of danger that reminds him of the classes he had enjoyed in Hogwarts, and it allows him to continue traveling while still technically living in England. Best of all, it’s a job that will actually pay him, so Aldous can hardly complain, right?

His older brother certainly wasn’t thrilled, but he didn’t outright prohibit Reuben from going forward with it. To convince his brother that he was serious about settling into this new profession, and to some sort of ‘roots’ in Britain, he joined a club--though he stayed away from Black’s in favor of Excalibur. Finding that he enjoyed the company (far more than he might have enjoyed the company at Black’s), he moved to a room at Excalibur’s shortly after his return to England--which, aside from the excellent company, provided the bonus of not having to live with Aldous.

Another bonus is that he’s not in the house when it catches fire that summer. He feels vaguely guilty about not being there for Nova, and for Aldous being so badly burned trying to ensure she was safe, and for the whole… splinching thing… but… well, there’s not really much he can do about it. He feels awkward enough that he opts to avoid his siblings for a few months while the house is being rebuilt, and conveniently enough, his first curse-breaking trip takes him out of the country for just the suitable length of time.

1885 — 1886

Nova meets a man and gets engaged, which officially makes Reuben the only member of the family that isn’t doing what he’s supposed to be doing. Ben feels, irrationally, a little betrayed, but it’s not as though he’s been a big enough part of his sister’s life, through all his absences, to be able to offer any opinions on that front. She’s pregnant by the end of the year, and then in 1886, Reuben becomes an uncle. That’s sort of scary.

Aldous hasn’t made any move to marry, yet, and Ben figures this is the sort of thing where he ought to follow his more societally-in-tune brothers’ leads. Besides, while he enjoys his career, it’s hardly the sort of job that would support a household on its own, and he doesn’t seriously think that his older brother will keep supporting him indefinitely--particularly not if there are children involved. Honestly, it’s kind of amazing that he hasn’t already been completely cut off (and maybe hints that his brothers are a bit more sentimental than Reuben might have assumed).

He doesn’t have any serious relationships with women, though he’s known for being something of a flirt at balls, and tends to have interactions that go a bit past flirting when he’s out of town on business--but so far, none have ever followed him home or become problematic the way that love affairs often are.


In spring of 1887, Ben has an unexpected reunion with his former flame Una Walsh, who is… less than thrilled to see him, at least initially. They eventually rebuild their bridges, but in a friendly way, not a romantic way. His romantic attentions are engaged in a new ladyfriend, whom he jokingly calls The Princess.

It's all fun and games until people get exiled to Canada. After getting into a fair amount of hot water with the Princess' family, Aldous decides it's best for him (and for the family) if Ben goes abroad for an extended period of time. He goes to Canada and starts off teetotaling to try and appease his brother. When he hears that his other brother, Roman, has launched a campaign for Minster for Magic, he decides to stop being cooperative, convinced that Aldous was more interested in getting Ben away from England for the campaign than he really was in helping Ben stay out of trouble with the Princess' family. He also finds himself unemployed, since he has been unable to take on new jobs for half a year.

After returning to England in 1888, Ben engages himself in a series of somewhat unscrupulous jobs, including ferrying gambling bets from the members of Excalibur for a significant portion of the winnings. Rumors start to circulate about him and Annabelle Scrimgeour, which he doesn't do much to discourage. As a result of those rumors, she's eventually attacked by her crazy father and flees, leaving Ben to think she's dead.

Doing what any concerned friend might, Ben decides to polyjuice himself into Aldous and raid the Ministry's records system for any evidence he can find that Argus Scrimgeour is a murderer. He is unfortunately caught in the act, and while Aldous is able to talk him out of a criminal conviction, he does have to take an Unbreakable Vow not to impersonate Ministry officials ever again.

Somewhat sobered by this (but not nearly as much as he should have been), Ben began to look for more legitimate employment. He eventually takes a job as a promoter and public relationship representative for a distillery which is owned and operated by an old Hogwarts friend, which mixes two things he's really good at: being charismatic and drinking.

1888 — 1890

Ben's life continues with relatively little drama until the summer of 1889, when chance encounters with Melody Finch reignite some feelings he had buried since Canada. After a semi-reconciliation, Melody tells Ben that her father plans to marry her off if she hasn't found her own suitor by the new year. Although he has no intention of marrying her, Ben does want her to be happy — so he does the logical thing and procures an illegal potion for her on the black market. The potion is intended to make whoever drinks it very suggestionable, and he recommends that she use it to get her new husband to be less awful (assuming, of course, that he must be quite awful).

Melody's wedding is less than a week away the next time he sees her, at a Valentine's Day party. At her suggestion, they run off to do some less than proper things together in a closet. Afterwards, Melody has reason to suspect their tryst may be exposed. Panicked, she decides to slip Ben some of the potion he'd given her for her future husband and suggest they leave the party — and, subsequently, elope together.

When he wakes up the next morning, Ben is... not particularly pleased to find himself married. He leaves to try and see what people know about the events of the night before, intending to quietly have the marriage annulled if possible — but while he is gone, Melody confronts her family and gets herself disowned, so there goes that plan. Desperate, Ben turns to his older brother Aldous to fix things. On Aldous' recommendation, the two flee to Paris to ride out the worst of the fallout in society.

In Paris, Melody discovers that the events of the wedding night left her pregnant, and decides to abort the baby. The fact that she opted to do this without telling him is nearly the last straw for Ben, but after wandering off to be miserable and drunk in Paris for a few days, he decides to come back and they delicately try to patch things up. By April they are ready to return to England (and specifically to Irvingly, where Aldous has helped Ben acquire a house), and put on a show of being madly in love... or something.


What one might describe as ‘free-spirited,’ Reuben enjoys traveling, adventure, and adrenaline. He is reasonably smart but has difficulty keeping his attention on something unless he has a real interest in it. Ben is charismatic and genuinely enjoys socializing, no matter if it’s with men, women, rich, poor, young, old, etc. He learns best through hearing stories and is an excellent listener. He has often been accused of being a flirt. He holds very liberal views and favors equality and progressive rights, mostly because he’s had experiences talking to people who have swayed him to their side. He’s good with animals and children.

— Patronus —
Never got past the wisp stage in NEWT D.A.D.A. and hasn't tried since.

— Boggart —
Himself, old and crippled like Aldous. Or maybe worse than Aldous.

— Amortentia —
Maple sap, which reminds him of America; cardamom, like his mother's perfume; worn leather, which reminds him of flying.

— Sex Life —
Ben is heteroflexile; he's primarily attracted to women, but has on two or three occasions in his wild youth woken up after a drunken reverie snuggling with a half-dressed man and just agreed to put the incident as far from his mind as possible. He is a notorious flirt but unlikely to act on such things without encouragement. His sexual and romantic trysts have typically occurred overseas in the past. He is bolder and pushier when drunk but is also highly susceptible to whiskey dick.

— Languages —
Ben brushes up on languages before going abroad; he learns quickly but also forgets quickly and tends to only keep sparse phrases here and there of various languages. He is not fluent in anything but English.

— Special Skills —
Ben has a natural affinity for working with living things; he is good with animals, people, and, perhaps unexpectedly, children. Magically, he is most adept at defensive magic due to the practice he acquired both through dueling and as a Cursebreaker.

— Transportation —
Ben has ridden the same broomstick since 1877. Her name is Adelaide, and don't you dare say a bad word about her. He also has his apparition license, though prefers to avoid that method of travel because he's secretly worried he'll get splinched like Aldous and end up crippled. He was a frequent applicant for portkeys, until he was banned from requesting them due to a history of irresponsible use; he's allowed to request them again but only if he can prove the travel is work-related. He also sometimes steals Art's flying carpet.

— Resume —
Chaser (Appleby Arrows, second string) 1877 - 1878
Ministry: IDGAF 1878 - 1879
Ministry: DMG&S 1879 - 1880
"Author" / Professional Partyboy 1880 - 1882
"Exotic Creature Breeder" / Farmhand 1882 - 1884
Freelance Cursebreaker 1884 - 1887
Bookie 1888
Promoter, Jewell Distillery 1888 - Present

— OWL & NEWT Grades —
Ancient RunesAA
Care of Magical CreaturesOE
Defense Against the Dark ArtsOO
History of MagicD
Muggle StudiesEA

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