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Willow
Willow Annabeth Maxwell
Biographical information
Born

December 26

Blood status

Muggleborn

Also known as

Whomping Willow

Signature
SignatureWillow
Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Height

5'2"

Hair colour

Red

Eye colour

Blue

Skin colour

White

Family information
Family members

Immediate Family

  • Dr. William Maxwell - Father
  • Dr. Catherine Maxwell(née Grey) - Mother
  • Rowan Maxwell - Sister (19)
  • Ash Maxwell - Brother (17)
  • Bay Maxwell - Brother (15)
  • Laurel Maxwell -Sister (15)
Magical characteristics
Boggart

Failure

Wand

Apple. Unicorn Hair. 10 inches. Swishy

Patronus

Panda (as yet unknown)

Affiliation
House

Ravenclaw

Loyalty

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

OOC information
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Willow Maxwell (b. 26 December, 2010)

(OOC Note: The following is not to be used in any IC (In-Character) way unless otherwise allowed by the character themselves. Meta-gaming is not tolerated))

Introductory notes:

Willow Annabeth Maxwell is a second year student at Hogwarts. She is

Biography

Early Life

Education at Hogwarts

Personality and Traits

Willow comes across at first as flighty and rambunctious to most people, edging even on obnoxious at times. She is often described as chatty, long winded, given to flights of fancy

Magical Abilities and Skills

Possessions

Her wand - Applewood with unicorn hair core.

Various punk rock tee shirts. Many of them originals from the 70's which have been reparo'd many times over, but are nevertheless worn under all of her uniforms.

A constantly growing scrapbook her mother gave her. Every month new pictures and news clippings are sent via owl post to Willow to put into it, most always of things her family has done.

Vinyl pressings of her favourite bands as well as her brother and sisters classical album.

Her mother's books on ethics via the Oxford Press. Beyond Virtue Ethics: From the Greeks to Modern Moral Philosophy , Arguing with Bentham , Rhetoric and Reason in State Consequentialism, and Ethics in Science: New Boundaries in an Unfamiliar Landscape

A necklace her father gave her, made from a scrap of metal from the LHC, which reads; 'To thine own self be true'.


Relationships

Sadde Woods