It's 2010 and Mortenero has control of the Ministry. They are constantly enacting new laws to benefit Purebloods and things are getting worse for those who oppose them. The Red Capes are trying to fight, but they are few in number, though desperate to make a change. Meanwhile, there is a greater threat that looms over us all - one that might destroy the entire wizarding world. Can enemies put differences aside to save humanity or will we hold on to ideals as we struggle to breathe under the rubble?
Welcome to TB, an all levels Harry Potter roleplay with no word count. Our purpose is to go through the books with one exception: the addition of original characters and what changes that makes.
We accept all beings and creatures in the Harry Potter verse including ghosts, veela, muggles and even centaur.
We have many active events ongoing for both students and adults and many characters and locations around the world.
Come join us and discover how your character can grow and evolve in the world of Harry Potter.
These are the fully written out profiles of the characters on TB. They are not mandatory, but are highly encouraged to fill out and continue to update as it is a good record of the experiences your character has had while on here.
Ravenclaw's common room is on the west side of the castle. It is one of the airiest rooms in Hogwarts with a wide design and blue and bronze silks over the windows. The domed ceiling is painted with stars.
This is the Quidditch stadium, where all Quidditch practices & games as well as the Flying lessons for the first and second years are held. A team may only practice here if they have booked off the stadium, but if no one is in the field, students are free to practice on their own.
One of the only pure wizarding villages, and the only one in Britain, Hogsmeade is very close to Hogwarts. The Hogwarts Express arrives at Hogsmeade Station each fall, and it's the place that the Hogwarts students visit three times a year.
Diagon Alley is the place to go to get school supplies. From Ollivanders to Madam Malkins, it's the number one shopping place for Hogwarts students. If they don't sell it somewhere along here...well, it's probably illegal.
In London, the wizarding and muggle worlds clash quite peacefully. There are muggle shops and houses, but there also is the Ministry of Magic, St. Mungo's, Diagon Alley, Knockturn Alley and a local Quidditch Stadium, located on the outskirts of the city.
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