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Elsewhere Accepted / Re: Piper Willows | Elsewhere Adult
« on: 09/07/2015 at 13:39 »
*I meant to say "got good grades" instead of "got grades", sorry  ;)

Elsewhere Accepted / Piper Willows | Elsewhere Adult
« on: 09/07/2015 at 01:26 »

E L S E W H E R E   A D U L T


Character Name: Piper Willows
Gender: Female
Age: 29
Blood Status: Pureblood


A large home in the countryside

Nothing - her husband works a job that pays quite well

Do you plan to have a connection to a particular existing place (for example: the Ministry, Shrieking Shack) or to take over an existing shop in need of new management?

Requested Magic Levels:
  • Charms: 9
  • Divination: 5
  • Transfiguration: 10
  • Summoning: 8

Do you wish to be approved as a group with any other characters? If so who and for what IC reason?

Please list any other characters you already have at the site:
Felicity Leclair             

Biography: (300 words minimum.)
Piper was born on the bright summer day of June 29th, 1915 to her parents, Marie and Andrew Blythe, in a rather large home in Cardiff, Wales. She lived a nice childhood: if she wanted something, she would get it; if she didn’t like someone, her mummy and daddy could settle it. Life was pretty perfect for her, and that’s how she wanted it to stay. Her parents were both Pureblood elitists that tried to hide their hatred for muggles and muggleborn wizards, but they struggled to do so. Piper was pretty much the same, and couldn’t help but make snide remarks about them from time to time.

When Piper was eleven, she got her Hogwarts letter on time as expected, and went on to attend Hogwarts. The hat argued between Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Gryffindor, but it ended up sorting her into Ravenclaw which she was happy with. She grades sometimes by persuading the teachers, was very popular in her year, had many boyfriends throughout the course of the many years, had all of the latest trends in fashion soon after they came out, and was overall satisfied with her whole Hogwarts experience.

When she was seventeen, almost eighteen, and fresh out of school, her mother helped her get a job as an interior designer for wealthy witches and wizards. She enjoyed it quite a lot, and went on doing that job for almost seven years. When she was twenty five, she tied the knot with a man by the name of James Willows who she had known for now over two years. He was also a Ravenclaw at Hogwarts, but was a year older than her. His job is a high ranked one in the ministry of magic which brings in many thousand galleons each year, so Piper didn’t have to worry about working anymore.

Nowadays, Piper is a total social butterfly and works on social events and parties, has many friends (that are all Purebloods of course),  and even has relations with a couple of famous wizards. Sometimes she designs expensive rooms for James and her own large house, but she rarely does it for other wizards anymore. They live together without any children in a large home in the countryside of Scotland, only a few miles away from Hogsmeade. Piper commonly apparates to other destinations during the day to keep herself entertained. Although she might appear to have the perfect life and many may think so, she has some hidden secrets, problems, and even people who just want the snobby elitist to die. Everything isn’t all rainbow and sunshine like people suppose it is and like she wants it to be.

Piper apparated to Diagon Alley quickly after she remembered that there was a party coming up to buy a new dress. How could she forget? James, her husband, had already purchased his outfit! She really needed to get an impressing, extravagant, gorgeous outfit together for the grand event that was coming right around the corner.

She rushed through the bustling crowds to get to her favorite clothing store: she didn’t want them to run out of material, though their dresses were so expensive that she doubted they would even come close to selling out. Still, Piper didn’t want to take her chances.

As she briskly walked to the shop, she couldn’t help but hear a redheaded woman (like herself, though her hair was more of a bright auburn) who looked to be a reporter yelling, "Merlin’s fog watch, my heel is broken! Help!”

At first, Piper ignored her and kept walking on, but then she realized that it would be a good opportunity to show how “good of a person” she was to the public. Everyone knew how much of a snobby elitist she was, and it was more than likely some people had recognized her already. She come here a ton to shop, and she had even appeared in the Witch Weekly a few times for various reasons.

Her face in false shock, she grabbed the nameless reporter’s heel and rushed over to where she was lying and exclaimed loudly, “Oh my goodness! Are you okay? Do I need to get a healer to help you?”

I hope she isn’t a mud - muggle born, she thought to herself in disgust. It wasn’t Piper’s fault she thought like that: it was her parents’ fault!

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