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353a710e6d93349 aka Pseudonymous Earl (He/Him) is a 33 year old (DOB: August 22, 1990) half-blood wizard living in Godrics Hallow. He wields a 16" Ivy, Leprechaun Hair wand, and a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat. His favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and his favorite Harry Potter character is Sirius a.k.a Snuffles^.^.

About Me
a half-blood with a muggle father and a witch mother
learns everyday magic since a little child
hurt by his envious siblings, and started running away
sent an owl by the Hogwarts Headmaster himself and invites him
to learn advance magic when he got 11
loves every lesson (well..except arithmacy and divination...I HATE THOSE)
easily learns much on potions
loves his pet that is named Poison(he's a Raven)
and not quiet close to every students at Hogwarts...
loves studying or reading than socializing with people..

"Only bad books have good endings.
If a book is any good, it's ending is always bad - because you don't want the book to end."

"Books can also provoke emotions. And emotions sometimes are even more troublesome than ideas. Emotions have led people to do all sorts of things they later regret-like, oh, throwing a book at someone else."

"Being an author, is being a dictator. (in a good way)"

"Generally speaking, books don't cause much harm. Except when you read them, that is. Then they cause all kinds of problems."

"Please be SILENT and LISTEN.
and you are in the CLASSROOM.
Just like ELEVEN PLUS TWO equals
And even a FUNERAL can be REAL FUN,
You will find my DICTIONARY
is quite INDICATORY.
If you want to read my story, just look...

"One dictionary defines denouement as "a final part in which everything is made clear and no questions or surprises remain." By that definition, it is exactly the wrong word to describe this chapter. This chapter will make nothing clear; it will raise many questions; and it may even contain a surprise or two. But I say we call it the denouement anyway because the words sounds so sophisticated and French."
--Pseudonymous Bosch