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Kyanite aka Kyanite Raiden Graythorne is a pure-blood wizard. He wields a 10" Hawthorn, Hippogriff Talon wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat.

About Me
Kyanite, or Kyan as he is normally called, isn't much to dote over, at least not in his opinion. Growing up he hadn't very many friends, and the absence of a father figure only moved him to become something of 'Mother's Boy'. There wasn't anything exceptional about him besides his devotion to her. He wasn't artistic, showed no real talents, and often isolated himself whenever a group of people showed up. It was a surprise to both him and his mother when he received his acceptance letter to Hogwarts as they both though he might have been Squib.

Kyan had not wanted to leave for Hogwarts. Being quite timid, he feared the ridicule he might receive from his peers for his lack of magical savviness. Still his mother insisted as she only wanted the best for her son, and being the obedient son that he was, Kyan didn't argue the point with his mother, instead he poured his frustration out in his journal.

Day 642:
The most terrible thing has happened to me today. My acceptance letter to Hogwarts arrived. It was only a few days ago that we even realized I wasn't a Squib. Mother is insistent that I go. However, I myself want nothing to do with magic or the school. In honesty I wish I was a Squib, then I wouldn't have to leave home or my mother. Maybe if I was better at other things she might reconsider. I hear the muggles have schools for many things, some even go to school in their own homes. What I would give for a simpler life. But no! I get to spend the next seven years with strangers, away from home, all alone. I guess thats the way things ought to be though, Grandfather always said I need not spend too much time with mother. He thinks it's having negative affects on my character. I suppose I really don't have a choice either way, my ticket is already in moms bag, and I set out tomorrow. And so begins the rest of my non-normal life.