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Cloyd is a 24 year old (DOB: June 18, 1998) half-blood wizard living in Diagon Alley. He wields a 16" Mahogany, Dragon Heartstring wand, and is 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 Philosopher's Stone and his favorite Harry Potter character is Dudley Dursley.

About Me
Cloyd is tall with dark hair and dark eyes. His face is disfigured from a curse placed on him by Voldemort.

Cloyd was born in Enniskerry, Ireland, where he spent a happy childhood hunting and wanderring along the rolling green planes of his homeland. When he was of school age, he attended Hogwarts where he excelled in all of his subjects and showed a particular talent in DADA. After graduation, Cloyd spent some years travelling and making a name for himself.

Soon his skill drew the attention of Lord Voldemort, who sought Cloyd out. After refusing to join his Death Eaters, Voldemort challenged Cloyd to a duel. The two battled furiously. After some judicious cheating, Voldemort gained the upper hand and began torturing Cloyd, which culminated in Voldemort casting a hex that left Cloyd's face a mangled mask.

Laying mortally wounded before the Dark Lord, Cloyd vowed his eternal revenge. Voldemort laughed coldly before casting the Killing Curse.

Cloyd died and spent some time in the Land of the Shades. Eventually, he earned the favor of the Guardian of the Gates who allowed Cloyd to return to the living.

Cloyd, bitter and furious at Voldemort for having killed and maimed him, began seeking out werewolves with which to build an army. He soon earned the respect of many rogues and scattered packs who agreed to join him in his vendetta. Having formed his loyal army, Cloyd took on Voldemort and his Death Eaters. The two factions engaged in a vicious battle, which ended in victory for Cloyd.

With the Death Eaters scattered to the winds and Voldemort lying wounded, Cloyd advanced on his enemy but chose to leave him with his life so that he would suffer his days in the shame of defeat. Voldemort fled, weak and in disgrace.

However, Cloyd was also gravely injured during the war. To save him, one of Cloyd's werewolf warriors bit and turned him.

Cloyd now remains the acknowledged leader of the Jibar Pack, the largest werewolf pack in the world.