"Welcome to Potions! I'm happy to see all of you here and I wish you the best of luck, please feel free to ask any questions you may have and I extend a wish of good luck to those working on their OWL's and NEWT's. I hope that this school year will be a good one, and I look forward to being your Professor."
"Good morning! I know you're all probably starting on your finals and would like to be trapped in the library, but I'm happy that you're here. Today we'll be learning and brewing the Felix Felicis potion, which might help you in the future." He commented, glancing at the students. "Can anyone tell me why this potion is so useful?"
"Yes, it does take awhile to brew but luckily your cauldrons are already full of the potion, so it should only take you the remaining of class to finish." He explained, "But like Samantha said, Felix Felicis is basically liquid luck, I'm sure that many of you have heard of this potion, but how come you think you haven't really seen it or heard of it in general conversation?"
"Good morning class! Today we'll be learning and brewing the Wiggenweld Potion. This potion is a very useful potion to have on handy incase of minor accidents, especially if you're apart of the Quidditch Team. Before we get into the nitty gritty of the brewing process, can someone tell me why this potion is useful to have on hand?"
"Doesn't it awake people if they've been put to sleep magically?" Carolina doesn't know how that has anything to do with Quidditch, but the girl knew nothing about Quidditch so she couldn't say anything.
"Yes, it can awake people from magically induced sleep. But it also has the effects of healing someone too, which is why it's useful for many reasons." He explained, writing it on the board. "Now, I want you all to go over the list of ingredients you have on your desk and begin the brewing process."
"Good morning class. Today we'll be learning, and possibly brewing, Everlasting Elixirs. The reason I say possibly is because these potions are extremely difficult to brew, as their properties are meant to last forever hence the name." He explained, glancing around the class. "Could anyone tell me why these would be useful? Or even why they should exist in the first place?"
"Well they're useful because they give a potion's effect for an extended period of time. You could do all sorts of things with them of you applied them to the right potions such as polyjuice potion or a strengthing solution."
She'd hesitate waiting for someone else to speak up before slowly raising her hand. Her tone would be serious. "One is that a lot of potions have addictive properties even in a non-everlasting variety if used regularly like healing potions, pain potions, Felix Felicis, and others. One risk is making any potion everlasting can enhance that...addictive property and make the person who takes it more prone to other addictions or even insanity or other mental illnesses."