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-“The question isn't who's going to let me, it's who's going to stop me.” Message Me - 05:23, July 30, 2018 (UTC)
Her name, Professor Archer, would be written on the chalk board with the subject they would be learning underneath. Right now History of Magic would be written. She waited for students to file in before speaking. "Welcome to Hogwarts, students! I will be teaching you History of Magic for the year. Today will be discussing the importance of this class. What does everyone know about History of Magic?"
"Enough that a lot of dark wizards tried killing all the muggle wizards and witches," she said, adding onto what Vinny was saying. She'd read up on this already, "some magical families still has this perspective."
- you people are so petty and tiny
Message Me - 23:19, July 30, 2018 (UTC)
"It's about the impact the magical community has had on world history in general."
EQ Schmidt- First Year Ravenclaw • The Ghost's Legacy
- "I won't care if they laugh at me, if I lose my grip on gravity - I'm doing the best I can."
Message Me - 04:54, July 31, 2018 (UTC)
"We learn from the past. If we forget our history, we'll be doomed to repeat it. And magic was pretty messed up back then - something I wouldn't want to go through again." EQ added, thinking about different horror stories from the past that have been told to him.
-“The question isn't who's going to let me, it's who's going to stop me.” Message Me - 19:50, July 31, 2018 (UTC)
"Well done to all of you," she said to all the people who answered. "15 points to Slytherin and 10 to Ravenclaw. I think EQ stated really well on why History of Magic is important to teach. Does anyone know any other reasons why History of Magic is essential?"
This was the class she was most excited for, and she looked around eagerly, listening to the other answers before providing her own. "Learning where you came from is essential, so as to know where it is you want to go. Whether that means fixing something that's broken, or returning to a better way of doing something in the past."