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Welcome to Charming, the year is now 1894. It’s time to join us and immerse yourself in scandal and drama interlaced with magic both light and dark.

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Queen Victoria was known for putting jackets and dresses on her pups, causing clothing for dogs to become so popular that fashion houses for just dog clothes started popping up all over Paris. — Fox
It would be easy to assume that Evangeline came to the Lady Morgana only to pick fights. That wasn't true at all. They also had very good biscuits.
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February 27, 1894; Afternoon (during winter storm but before the blizzard) — Groundskeepers Hut
It had been snowing all day but it looked like it had turned into a winter storm. Even so, Winny was not about to let some snow stop him from nipping down to Nattys hut to visit. Besides, he was sure the groundskeeper had been busy all day trying to keep on top of things so maybe he could lend a hand. Or at least provide his company.

As it was, it may not have been a blizzard but that winter storm was still kicking up quite a fuss. So by the time, he knocked on Nattys door, Winston was positively covered head to foot in snow and shivering. He'd tried removing a bit with magic but the snow had not budged. Was the snow somehow resistant to magic? This line of thinking did not stay around too long as his thoughts turned to the excitement of spending some time with Natty instead.
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Winny has heterochromia. His right eye is blue and his left eye is green.
Natty had just dried off in front of a merrily crackling fire — his hair subsequently rather messy — when there was a light rap at the door.

He opened it to his favourite person in the world (whose fair countenance never failed to make his heart skip a beat). "Winny... look at you!" His warm tone swiftly turned to a combination of concern and amusement, brushing some snow from the side of Winny's face. The young fellow looked positively snow-logged. "Let's get you warmed up", the Groundskeeper steered the Professor indoors.

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