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Name: Mathilde De Clercq
Age: 15
Year: Fifth
Bloodline: Muggleborn


Appearance:
Mathilde is 5’5 tall and a little plump, with dirty blonde hair that gets a little darker every year. It’s slightly curly and reaches her shoulders. She’s a big fan of hair accessories, always wearing some sort of headband or bow. She likes to wear knee-length dresses. Don’t let her physique trick you into thinking that she isn’t fit though, she will still kick your ass in soccer.

Personality: (600 word minimum)
Mathilde, usually called ‘Mats’ by friends, or ‘Math’ by people who just can’t pronounce her name, has a bright outlook on life. She’s optimistic, enthusiastic, and cheerful. She’s very mature for her age and acts like it too, somehow becoming everyone’s older sister. It’s almost as if she’s permanently playing the role of ‘supportive parent’ during a kid’s school play. Mats is the kind of person who apparently knows everyone, yet is always there for you. She can be a little nosy, in typical meddlesome sister fashion. Cheering people up is her specialty, which might be thanks to the fact that it usually includes baking them chocolate cake. She’s got quite the sweet tooth and baking is her ultimate hobby, nobody makes desserts quite like her since she uses her parents’ recipes. She plays soccer and occasionally quidditch, but her first love will always be food. Especially desserts, but anything gourmet as well, really, she’s quite the foodie. She’s also an expert on Belgian beers and holds her liquor splendidly.

Although she is opinionated, she is easily overlooked and overshadowed by other people in a crowd – it’s not that she’s not trying to speak up or that people ignore her on purpose, she just naturally doesn’t stand out much. In fact, she’s had this problem all her life since she comes from a family of tall people with even bigger personalities. Headstrong and determined, Mats never let this get her down though, always looking forward to life’s next big challenge, smiling through defeat and always getting back up. Her family knows her as “the small Braveheart,” though she is no longer that small. She’s diligent and never afraid to get her hands dirty. While never the one to stand up as official leader – she is much too humble for that – she often de facto fills this position anyway, since she is easy to approach and doesn’t mind the extra work. Always having a lot on her plate, she rushes from one place to another, making sure the preparations for whatever event she signed up for this time are perfectly in order. If there was an entertainment committee, she’d be on it. Talkative and always ready to help out, Mats is one social butterfly, and somehow manages to be both a girly girl and “one of the guys”. She will also stand up for her friends no matter what, she is not afraid of people bigger or strong than her and will always come to your aid, no matter the consequences.

With her feminine and plain appearance, she is often not taken seriously, but this girl is actually really scary when angered. It’s even worse when she’s disappointed, it’s almost like being scolded by your mother. It can come off as a little self-righteous sometimes.
When it comes to her real siblings, she has a muggle younger brother at home and an older brother named Martijn at Hogwarts. She loves them both, though Mathilde and Martijn weren’t as close during their childhoods as they would’ve liked to be. Now they get along just fine, despite Martijn’s intrinsic aloofness – she knows him through and through, and takes no offense to his quiet, by other people often described as intimidating, persona.

You’d never guess, but Martijn actually shares his business skills with his younger sister. The girl might be all flowery dresses and chocolate candy, she’s very business savvy. In muggle primary school her best subject was always math. A sharp mind and 200 pounds of determination wrapped in a girly bow, Mathilde is ready to prove to everyone that she should not be overlooked.

Character Background: (600 word minimum)
Mathilde’s mother Laura moved to Geraardsbergen, Belgium after her divorce, leaving her son Martijn Constantijn "Martijn" Huizinga with her ex-husband. Once in Belgium, she remarried to Jean De Clercq, with whom she had two other children: a daughter Mathilde De Clercq and a son Luc De Clercq. Jean is a baker and owns his own business, the family lives above said bakery and it is largely responsible for Mathilde’s sweet tooth and plumpness. Ever since she was a child she’s been helping out in the bakery, learning her parents’ recipes and trying them out for herself.

Mats was always the girl in the cute, girly dresses, who came home with her knees scraped, needing bandaids everywhere, from playing rough with the other kids. Climbing trees, playing in the mud, tackling each other while playing soccer? Mats was up for all of it, her cute little pigtails fluttering behind her as she lived every moment to the fullest. She’s always had both male and female friends, enjoying a sleepover and doing each other’s nails just as much as watching the game and making stupid bets.

As soon as her younger brother was born, she took on the role of big sister as if it was her life’s purpose. Luc was an effeminate little boy, reserved and kind of snobbish, so she always had to defend him from bullies. The kids at her primary school learned the hard way not to mess with Mathilde De Clercq or the people she cared about.

Occasionally Laura would have her son from her previous marriage over, but initially Martijn and Mats’ relationship was awkward, keeping each other at a cautious distance. However, both children turned out to have inherited a recessive magical gene, meaning they would both be send off to either Hogwarts or Beauxbatons when they turned eleven. Martijn’s father, ever the businessman, insisted his son should go to Britain so he could perfect his English and ultimately take over the business. When it was Mathilde’s turn to go to Beauxbatons two years later, she refused, locking herself in her room stubbornly and demanding she would be send to the same school as her half-brother. Although it is tradition for Belgians to go to Beauxbatons, her muggle parents didn’t know what to do, this entire situation already too strange and chaotic for them – so she ultimately had her way. It was at Hogwarts that the siblings finally grew closer, though at first glance it seems like it is mostly Mats doting on her brother, he appreciates her as well. Nobody, not even their parents, expected the two to get along as well as they do, but Martijn took on the role of older brother almost instantly and Mats is very happy to be someone’s younger sister for a change. The two of them look quite alike despite their different body types. It’s their faces that give away that they’re related, both clearly inherited their mother’s features.

Mathilde’s mother tongue is Dutch, though the Belgian variant of it, which means that it sounds hilariously different from her brother’s. Imagine putting an American and a Brit in the same room and declaring that they’re siblings. Occasionally Mats’ flat Flemish accent shines through, but usually her English sounds just fine and she speaks it fluently. She speaks French as well.

Despite being a muggleborn, Mats is taking the wizarding world like a champ. She adapted fast, immediately embracing it as a part of her life. Miss De Clercq looking forward to the challenges and adventures her magical high school experience will throw at her, but she still dreams of starting her own bakery. Fascinated by the wizarding world’s magical candy, she’s currently experimenting with magical food herself, hoping to be able to create magical desserts as well as her own homemade recipes.

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What are we going to make today?


Today we will be putting together a fifteen-year-old muggleborn witch in her fifth year at Hogwarts, named Mathilde De Clercq.

This platter is five-foot-five tall and plump, with wide hips, thick thighs, a full rounded waist, a heavy chest and broad shoulders. Long legs betray that she isn’t done growing yet, and will most likely be a rather tall woman once she’s grown. We’re not serving something light today, this girl is a whole feast. Tired of being plain and overshadowed, Mathilde decided that’s she’d rather be a noticeable presence in the room. Colourful dresses and high heels make her stand out. Her voice rings loud and clear, placing herself in the spotlight and demanding to be heard. Mathilde, called ‘Mats’ by friends, or ‘Math’ by people who just can’t pronounce her name, carries herself with confidence, looking taller than she is.
Her physique runs in the family – her father is a stout, overweight man – and has less to do with her eating habits than with genetics. Oh, she’d surely lose some pounds if she started dieting, perhaps one day she’d even be slim – but at what cost? No one wants a meal that offers the least when you could have a banquet – that goes for this platter too.


Pour some honey on this dish, her heart-shaped face is framed by blonde swirls, the curly hair reaches her shoulders and is usually decorated with some kind of hair accessory, such as a headband or a bow. She likes taking care of her appearance, but keeps her make-up light. Some mascara, strawberry lip-gloss and raspberry blush on vanilla skin. Snub-nosed and almond-eyed, her facial features don’t stand out much by themselves, so she likes to fill in her eyebrows to at least make her gaze a little more intense. Grey eyes don’t look as dull when they twinkle with youthful energy and anticipation. Her nails are often done as well, as she thinks it’s important for hands to look smooth and cared for, and according to her uneven fingernails come off as dirty.
The surface’s texture is a little oily, and like most fifteen-year-olds she is occasionally plagued by acne, but Mathilde takes good care of her skin. Personal hygiene is very important to her, as is cleanness in general. She’d rather drop dead on the spot before allowing guests into a dirty home.


Mathilde De Clercq fizzes with energy, like sparkling wine, and walks with a spring in her step, always in a rush, always busy. Often carrying too much, occasionally forgetting she’s a witch and doing things the muggle way. She always has pencils on her – those quills are very impractical – and wears a red-and-gold striped lanyard around her neck instead of a tie. Aside from that, she respects the school uniform, but quickly changes into something more comfortable when classes are over. Her casual wardrobe includes lots of knee-length dresses, skirts, flowery blouses, and most importantly: bright colours – her favourites being red, pink, and yellow.


Ultimately, the features Mathilde has been given are all rather plain – short eyelashes, slim, straight eyebrows, chubby cheeks and no noticeable jawline,… But like a drawing that enlivens when adding colour, her enthusiastic and headstrong personality give her a certain presence, add to this her colourful wardrobe choices and how she goes out of her way to make conversation with people, and what could have been a wholly unremarkable girl is suddenly hard to overlook.


Ingredients



First of all, we’ll need 200g/7oz of a bright outlook on life. Mathilde is optimistic, enthusiastic, and cheerful. Always looking forward to life’s next big challenge, smiling through defeat and getting back up. Her family knows her as “the small Braveheart,” though she is no longer small. It’s hard to get her down, and you’ll hardly ever find her gloomy. The witch always seems to be motivated, and will attempt to motivate others as well – not necessarily successfully. She’s just so used to being chipper and active, that it’s hard for her to understand that some people have a hard time finding the energy for it. Hence, Mats also occasionally mistakes introversion for moodiness, and her efforts to ‘help’ cheer someone up can thus be seen as meddlesome and obnoxious.
This chipper attitude of hers goes hand in hand with a healthy dose of confidence, halved and seeds removed. She’s confident in her own capabilities, after all, she knows how hard she works for it. Mats doesn’t believe in talent, she believes in diligence, patience, and honing your skills, convinced that you can reach any goal as long as you work hard for it and never give up. Perhaps unusual for a teenage girl, Mathilde is also happy with her looks. Sport keeps her fit, but she doesn’t care for being slim. She’s confident enough to be in the spotlight, on the dancefloor, and even on a stage.


Don’t forget to add some nerve, zest only, because Mats likes speaking her mind. The Gryffindor isn’t afraid of people bigger or stronger than her and will come to people’s aid if she considers it the right thing to do. Mats stands up for what she believes in, and urges others to do the same.
The strong flavour of this nerve is only softened by tactfulness, of which we will need 50-75g/1¾-2½oz. Mathilde’s speech is certainly not unfiltered. She’s diplomatic, and would rather be considerate than brutally honest. After all, her parents own a business, and she’d like to own her own when she grows up – in business, you have to know just what to say. As this is a skill Martijn lacks, Mathilde often functions as her brother’s PR manager.


Add 1 extroversion, zest and juice, because Mats is a social butterfly. The kind of person who apparently knows everyone, yet still makes time to be there for people. It’s as if she decided to become everyone’s older sister, permanently playing the role of ‘supportive parent’ during a kid’s school play. She can be nosy, in typical meddlesome sister fashion, as she wants to know what’s going on, to the point of being gossipy. Mats talks to everyone, of any house or age – and to a certain extent, even any type of personality. This is demonstrated by her relationship with her real siblings. She has a muggle younger brother named Luc at home and an older brother named Martijn at Hogwarts. Unlike the headstrong and determined Martijn, Luc is a meek, effeminate boy, with a snobbish streak. Their sister loves them both, though Mathilde and Martijn weren’t as close during their childhoods as they would’ve liked to be. Now they get along just fine, despite Martijn’s intrinsic aloofness – she knows him through and through, and takes no offense to his quiet, by other people often described as intimidating, persona.
Mats also manages to be both a girly girl and ‘one of the guys,’ the later mostly thanks to her interest in football. Since she has so many people to talk to, she doesn’t necessarily have any close friends. Instead of sticking to a tight-knit group of friends, the social butterfly flutters from person to person, always extending her social network.


The taste of extroversion goes very well with one fresh busybody, leaves picked and chopped. Mathilde always seems to be doing something, never sitting still – and if she is sitting still, then she’s most likely still surrounded by piles of work. It’s as if she’d die if she stopped moving. Or talking. This makes her easy to approach, especially since she never says no to putting even more on her plate, and will happily help anyone out who asks her for her assistance. On the other hand, if people are meek and shy, they might be put off by the Gryffindor’s talkative nature and enthusiasm. You’ll often find Mats rushing from one place to another, making sure the preparations for whatever event she signed up for this time are perfectly in order. She’s a member of the cooking club, but if there was an entertainment committee, she’d be on that as well.


Additionally, we’ll need 300ml/10fl of a sweet tooth. Baking is her ultimate hobby, nobody makes desserts quite like her since she uses her parents’ recipes – they’re bakers. Mats plays football and occasionally quidditch, but her first love will always be food. Especially desserts, but anything gourmet as well, really, she’s quite the foodie. She’s also an expert on Belgian beers and holds her liquor splendidly.


Make sure you have a spoonful of mediocrity ready. Although she is opinionated, Mats is easily overlooked and overshadowed by other people in a crowd – it’s not that she’s not trying to speak up or that people ignore her on purpose, she just naturally doesn’t stand out much. In fact, she’s had this problem all her life since she comes from a family of tall people with even bigger personalities. With her feminine and plain appearance, she is often not taken seriously, but this girl is actually really scary when angered. It’s even worse when she’s disappointed, it’s almost like being scolded by your mother.
Refusing to be overshadowed, Mathilde has only become more sure of herself over the years, and more likely to speak her mind. She’s determined to be in control of herself and the situations she finds herself in, and to not be overlooked anymore.


As such, we will need a little self-righteousness, juice only. It’s true, her meddlesome, confident personality, her tendency to jump into action, how she chatters away – why, sometimes you can barely get a word in! Some people will find this very tiresome, and will remind her that she is not, in fact, their mother. She does not have the right to reprimand people the way she does sometimes, neither should she always be the de facto leader – a role she eagerly jumps into, not because she wants to be in charge, but because she just can’t sit still. She’s already going on about how things should be done, distributing roles and off she goes – before anyone had time to object.


Nobody is complete without some pet peeves, minced. In Mathilde’s case, it’s laziness. Even worse are people who complain but never do anything about it themselves, they’re just sitting there – moping! Get off your butt, she’d say, and take your life in your own hands! Granted, Mats has never truly been down on her luck. Given her rather privileged upbringing, it’s easy to say “just face the hardships!” when you’ve hardly ever faced insurmountable obstacles yourself.
Another pet peeve is people without table manners, goodness, were you raised in a barn? Some people were apparently never even taught to chew with their mouth closed, Mats thinks it’s disgusting and will stare at you disapprovingly. Speaking of eating, dinner is for socializing. Of course, this is a cultural value: in Belgium especially, dinner is seen as a time for caching up, bonding, and sharing. It’s thé family quality time, which is true for a lot of cultures, but Belgians spend hours at the table, eating slowly and talking all throughout the meal. Mathilde’s family always honoured this tradition, and the family always ate together. It’s ingrained in her and something that she personally values a lot. People who’re reading at the table, or people who’re on their phone, will be considered rude and asocial, Mathilde will not only throw them an offended look, if she knows the person in question, she’ll comment on it.


Fortunately, we can also add a large handful of chopped interests. Aside from baking, Mathilde likes sport. Specifically football. When she was in primary school, the girl even played with a local girl team. Now that she’s at Hogwarts, she’s taken an interest in flying and quidditch. Watching the game doesn’t interest her as much as being on a broom herself, but she isn’t sure if she has what it takes to be on the House team. Mats never half-asses things, so she’d train and practise lots before even attempting try-outs.


Of course, we can’t forget the business skills, peeled and cut in half horizontally. The girl might be all flowery dresses and chocolate candy, she’s very business savvy. In muggle primary school her best subject was always math, and she’s been helping out her parents in the bakery since she was old enough to go to school. A sharp mind, tact, and a chipper and smooth disposition all come together in her entrepreneurial spirit.
Ambition, cut into cubes, goes hand in hand with this. Mathilde doesn’t just want her own business, she wants to be successful, be her own woman, who stands tall and can be proud of what she achieved. There isn’t a doubt in her mind that she’ll make it.


As perhaps many girls of her age, there’s also a freshly ground interest in boys. Mathilde has the tendency to size guys up from a distance and chatter about them to her girlfriends, lewd one-liners included (which she would never repeat to someone’s face). She’s all over sporty hunks, and despite her genuine love for quidditch, might actually spend more time admiring the male players than the game. Her dormitory is decorated with posters of her favourite football players.


Mathilde might be confident, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have her insecurities, trimmed and thinly sliced. One of the thoughts that plagues her is how she can feel herself losing touch with the muggle world. She sees her childhood friends less and less – after all, what can they talk about? She can’t even tell them where she is most of the year. Additionally, she can feel herself and her younger brother Luc growing apart. Mats actively tries to combat this, but the more she forces trying to bond with her prepubescent brother, the more he slips away from her. Mathilde has a hard time accepting that some things are simply beyond her control, and no matter how much you try to do the right things, sometimes the outcome can still be bad.
Mats used to go on football camp over the summer, but she can’t keep up with the other players anymore because she doesn’t practise enough at Hogwarts. She barely even knows what’s going on in her favourite sport most of the year. Her father keeps her up-to-date on the wins and losses of their favourite team though owl post, but it feels strange not to watch the matches herself. Mats loves being a witch, and is delighted to be part of the magical world, but now that she’s in her fifth year, the nasty feeling is creeping up on her that one day, she’ll have to choose between the wizarding world and the muggle world.


Preparation



Preheat the oven with a short introduction to her parents.
Mathilde’s mother Laura Dekker moved to Geraardsbergen, Belgium after her divorce, leaving her son Martijn Constantijn "Martijn" Huizinga with her ex-husband in The Netherlands. Once in Belgium, she remarried to Jean De Clercq, with whom she had two other children: a daughter Mathilde De Clercq and a son Luc De Clercq. Jean is a baker and owns his own business, the family lives above said bakery and it is largely responsible for Mathilde’s sweet tooth. Ever since she was a child she’s been helping out in the bakery, learning her parents’ recipes and trying them out for herself. Jean is a stout, jovial man, while Laura is a tall, reserved woman. Unlike her younger brother, Mathilde takes after her father in both physique and temperament.


For the filling, we’ll need to know what her childhood before Hogwarts was like. After all, the muggleborn went to a regular muggle primary school before getting her Hogwarts’ letter, and had no idea of the magical world that was waiting for her.
Mats was always the girl in the cute, girly dresses, who came home with her knees scraped, needing bandaids everywhere, from playing rough with the other kids. Climbing trees, playing in the mud, tackling each other while playing soccer? Mats was up for all of it, her cute little pigtails fluttering behind her as she lived every moment to the fullest. She’s always had both male and female friends, enjoying a sleepover and doing each other’s nails just as much as watching a football game and making stupid bets. Even as a child, Mathilde was already the kind of social butterfly who liked to be surrounded by groups of people. On the courtyard, she could be found footballing, basket balling, skipping rope, and playing marbles. She also joined a football team after school, and got along well with the girls in her team. Her favourite childhood memories include her birthdays. If March 21 fell on a school day, her father would make her a big cake that she could share with her classmates. For her birthday parties she could invite friends from school, the neighbourhood, and the football team – a day of being surrounded by everyone she liked. The only one missing was her Dutch half-brother Martijn.


Next, zest and juice her relationships with her family.
As soon as her younger brother was born, Mathilde took on the role of big sister as if it was her life’s purpose. Luc was an effeminate little boy, reserved and kind of snobbish, so she always had to defend him from bullies. The kids at their primary school learned the hard way not to mess with Mathilde De Clercq or the people she cared about.
Occasionally Laura would have her son from her previous marriage over, but initially Martijn and Mats’ relationship was awkward, keeping each other at a cautious distance as they weren’t sure what to make of each other. This secretly pained Mathilde, as family is very important to her. However, both children turned out to have inherited a recessive magical gene, meaning they would both be send off to either Hogwarts or Beauxbatons when they turned eleven. Martijn’s father, ever the businessman, insisted his son should go to Britain so he could perfect his English and ultimately take over the business. When it was Mathilde’s turn to go to Beauxbatons two years later, she refused, locking herself in her room stubbornly and demanding that she be send to the same school as her half-brother. Although it is tradition for Belgians to go to Beauxbatons, her muggle parents didn’t know what to do, this entire situation already too strange and chaotic for them – so she ultimately had her way. It was at Hogwarts that the siblings finally grew closer, though at first glance it seems like it is mostly Mats doting on her brother, he appreciates her as well. Nobody, not even their parents, expected the two to get along as well as they do, but Martijn took on the role of older brother almost instantly and Mats is very happy to be someone’s younger sister for a change. The two of them look quite alike despite their different body types. It’s their faces that give away that they’re related, both clearly inherited their mother’s features.
Mathilde’s mother tongue is Dutch, though the Belgian variant of it, which means that it sounds hilariously different from her brother’s. Imagine putting an American and a Brit in the same room and declaring that they’re siblings. Occasionally Mats’ flat Flemish accent shines through, but usually her English sounds just fine and she speaks it fluently. She speaks French as well.


Next, we mix her other relationships into the concoction. Mathilde didn’t have best friends per se, as she fluttered from one group to another on her school’s courtyard, but one could say her closest friends were Carolien and Annelies, two girls she footballed with. Since they’re muggles who don’t know about the wizarding world, Mats owls letters to her parents which they then hand to her friends. None of her childhood friends understand why she is at a boarding school in Scotland, or why she doesn’t just give them an address. Mats’ holidays are very busy, as she spends most of her days back in Belgium by visiting old friend and catching up, but lately, she can feel that they’re growing apart. It’s hard staying close friends with people whom you can’t share a big part of your life with. She also never stood out that much during her childhood, being an extraverted and social girl, but also rather plain – most of her old friends seem to be forgetting about her altogether.
At Hogwarts, Mathilde’s as social as ever, priding herself on knowing as many people as possible, though most of her friends can be found in her year. She gets along well with the Gryffindor girls in her dorm, and likes the company of Hufflepuff Tilda Burnings.
Mats doesn’t really know how to feel about the Houses at Hogwarts. Dividing people always makes her a little uncomfortable, and she thinks it would be easier to socialize with everyone if they weren’t grouped in these arbitrary categories.


Don’t forget to sprinkle some early signs of magic, because as a muggleborn, some of these incidents can be quite strange and even scary. However, Mathilde rather liked her little gift. Sometimes, she would hold out her hand for an ingredient, and before she could reach out, it would launch itself into her hand. Other things would be far more subtle, such as water boiling instantly instead of having to wait for it. She never told her parents any of these things, but she did show her younger brother Luc. Having a shared secret brought them together. It’s ironic that those same abilities would later drive them apart, as Luc would grow up as muggle as could be, and Mats would go off to Hogwarts to study Witchcraft and Wizardry.
There was one time that Mats’ abilities scared her somewhat. During one match, she seemed to have guided the ball past the keeper with her mind – at first it seemed like it would be a miss, but suddenly it dove right into the net. No big deal, right? Except it was to Mathilde. She felt awful about it, wondering if she had imagined it or if she had really done that, and if so, then clearly it made her a cheat. They won that match, and her team was ecstatic, but the witch felt like she was going to be sick. She believes in winning fair, in earning things by working hard for them. The worst was undoubtedly that she couldn’t even tell anyone that she had cheated, because there was no proof she had – what was she supposed to say, “I magically scored”? From then on, the girl was determined to control her powers more – an idea that was making her rather anxious until Martijn got his Hogwarts’ letter. Knowing that she would be invited to train her powers at a magical school when she turned eleven, Mathilde relaxed again, ready to embrace the magic instead of running from it.


Now stir the mixture and add Mathilde’s attitude towards magic!
Despite being a muggleborn, Mats is taking the wizarding world like a champ. She adapted fast, immediately embracing Hogwarts as a part of her life. Miss De Clercq is looking forward to the challenges and adventures her magical high school experience will throw at her, but she still dreams of starting her own bakery. Fascinated by the wizarding world’s magical candy, she’s currently experimenting with magical food herself, hoping to be able to create magical desserts as well as her own homemade recipes.
While she may be a witch, she still doesn’t believe in magical solutions. Witchcraft is a skill like any other, and just waving your wand around won’t get you anywhere! Thus, Mats still works hard and diligently, and considers muggle skills like cooking and arithmetic just as valuable as magical skills.


A sharp mind and two-hundred pounds of determination wrapped in a girly bow, Mathilde is ready to be served on Wizarding Realm.

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