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Initial post: 16 Feb 2011 21:18:24 GMT
As a high ranking, and very persuasive auror, you have been assigned the task of searching Hogwarts for signs of Dark Magic and DeathEater action. You have Carte Blanche to search any office. Where would you begin and what would you be tempted to confiscate?

Posted on 16 Feb 2011 21:27:43 GMT
P. Cobb says:
The entire contents of Filch's Office. With what he confiscates off students, he will have done the work for you, so you can walk outside the school gates, disapparate to the MOM to hand in your booty and be home early for tea.

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Feb 2011 20:51:31 GMT
Hayley says:
High ranking and persuasive, eh? Let's abuse the power.

I've always wanted to see what Remus Lupin keeps in his drawers.

Posted on 20 Feb 2011 02:47:47 GMT
P. Cobb says:
Surely you need to hide in the staff bathroom to discover that, eh Hayley?

Posted on 20 Feb 2011 21:02:41 GMT
Hayley says:
*confused* Lupin has a chest of drawers in the staff bathroom? :P

Carte Blanche is the name of a local very popular 'investigative journalism' tv show. When I saw the title I thought this was going to be an expose on the shocking going-ons at Hogwarts complete with tearful interviews and people holding their hands in front of the camera going 'no comment'.

Posted on 24 Feb 2011 18:28:33 GMT
Fantastic, Hayley, you would be well served with an eye like Alaistor Moody's.

Posted on 24 Feb 2011 18:51:11 GMT
P. Cobb says:
...although not put through the ordeal Mad Eye underwent in order to be in need of one!

Posted on 27 Feb 2011 19:12:48 GMT
I wonder if there's a potion that turns one invisible, it would be much more useful than an invisibility cloak. Harder to remove though. That's what would lure me into Snape's office.

Posted on 28 Feb 2011 08:11:36 GMT
P. Cobb says:
More likely to be 'Novem Vestementem Emperorium' where the person in need slips a few drops into food or drink of everybody that they intend coming into contact with, who then see or do not see whatever the potion applier intends, eg walking around naked while the person under the influence believes them to be dressed in flippers, lycra mankini and pink tutu - or possibly the latest designer gear.

Problem lies in administering sufficient drops, lest the effect wears off whilst in the middle of whatever they are up to.

Posted on 28 Feb 2011 19:41:43 GMT
Ah, yes, I forgot, some potions expire. Like polyjuice.

Posted on 28 Feb 2011 21:54:43 GMT
Hayley says:
Rethinking it, the one who would be the most likely to have all sorts of dangerous and wonderful things, including some with very dark magic, would be Dumbledore.

Posted on 2 Mar 2011 21:06:49 GMT
Dark magic in Dumbledore's office? Surely not!!! What did you have in mind?

Posted on 15 Mar 2011 00:22:25 GMT
I would want to visit Dolores Umbridge's parlour and confiscate her Diary
Could I do that - would that help

Posted on 6 Apr 2011 21:43:54 BDT
Beware the diary of a malicious witch, I would recommend casting a revealing charm: "specialis revelio" with 3 clockwise loops of the wand after the incantation; this will reveal the presence of any magic. The more focussed the incanter the more effective it will be so it might help to meditate in advance.
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