Character Name: Mamoru Chiba
Storyline Specific Information:
- Usagi Tsukino and the Lunar Prophecy wrote:
- Usagi Tsukino and the Lunar Prophecy: Once upon a time, the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry took a stand against the ultimate evil. A group that consisted of mostly Gryffindor students managed to save the wizarding world from the most dangerous wizard it had ever known.
But now, years later, a new threat loomed in the horizon. This time, a single Hogwarts house wasn’t going to be enough to save the world. This time, it would require all four to stand united.
Unbeknownst to the students, one of the teachers at the school had found a darkness entity slumbering deep underground in a cave near the school. Always been a witch who's attracted to the darker side of magic, Professor Beryl answered the plea to free the evil in exchange for the promise of power. The darkness called itself Metalia, and she was still weak as of now. She needed a power source to be truly awakened...
A new Chosen One legend was born. A prophecy spoke of a girl with a dormant power lying inside her, the only power in the world that was strong enough to eradicate the most dangerous evil ever seen since He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. But that power was not awakened yet. It was not even whole yet. The prophecy said that it was divided into seven pieces and scattered across the realm, and whichever side managed to gather them all first would have the balance tipped in their favor. Can the good guys find these seven pieces before the bad guys do, awaken their savior, and win the war?
The race for the seven Rainbow Crystals is on…
Mamoru is a 5th year Ravenclaw Prefect.
Personality: Mamoru is an upstanding young wizard, unafraid to stand up for what he believes in, and to defend others when the need arises; most of the time, however, he likes to keep things low-key.
Key Words to describe Mamoru:
Strengths: Captivating, Influential, Good at verbal communication; patient, confident, resourceful; clever, analytical, observant, loyal.
Weaknesses: Unemotional, impulsive, stubborn,
How to tell if he's upset: gets would up, almost appearing on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Short tempered; needy (around close friends). Has a tendency to become martyred.
Appreciates: people taking pride in his accomplishments (lack of parental figures); people fitting themselves into his grand schemes (lack of a family); people appreciating, but never outwardly commenting on, his sensitivity; people giving him time to recompose himself and consider their side when he is upset; people knowing whether he's actually okay or just pretending to be.
History: Mamoru's parents died on his fifth birthday.
They were a small wizarding family (he was too young to know if he were pureblood or no) that lived in a small wizarding community, and after their untimely deaths Mamoru had no where to go; he had no legal godparents, and his extended family were either nearly unreachable - studying magical creatures in the forests of Prussia - or were so out of his parents lives they didn't even know he existed. For lack of a better home, Mamoru was sent to an orphanage. His lot was better than many in his place in the past, for ever since Harry Potter and his compatriots began their terms in the Ministry of Magic, the care of wizarding orphans had increased dramatically, and the lengths at which the ministry would go to match them to their relatives was astounding, comparatively; for those whom they could not find a decent home, the orphanages chosen were observed by a low level witch or wizard, else a squib, to ensure that the young magical person was in the best of care.
On his eleventh birthday, Mamoru received his acceptance letter to Hogwarts, and was taken to purchase his things from Diagon Alley, using his parents savings to make transactions. In less than a month after receiving the letter, Mamoru was off to Hogwarts, sorted into the Ravenclaw House, and began his school career.
He was bright, courteous, and had a knack for charms and configuration; his history of upstanding character and good behavior earned him the Prefect position at the start of his fifth year, and it was evident that, one day, he may become the Head Boy of Ravenclaw.
In his second year he tried out for the Ravenclaw Quidditch team, and got a position as one of the chasers. His leadership skills, and intense, uplifting speeches, make him an asset to the Ravenclaw Captain.
RP Sample: A bell rang from one of the towers, its deep and ominous tone sweeping through the hallways to announce the end of a class period. Mamoru continued to read the open page of a book as his hands busied themselves with stacking his library books and rolling up the scroll of homework he had been preemptively working on. Absentmindedly, he took hold of his wand, incanted, "Wingardium Leviosa," and directed the stack of closed books to the return shelf as he pushed back his chair, finished the paragraph he was on, and took note of the page number before taking up his scrolls and his book bag. He closed the book firmly, then swiftly walked to the desk and checked out the book to use later, and wove into the hallway, following the flow of students towards the Great Hall and lunch.
At lunch he sat with other members of the Ravenclaw Quidditch team, and, after, ran back up to the dormitory to deposit his work and grab his broom - their team had the pitch reserved for the first half of the afternoon. As he passed back through the Common Room, he nodded quietly towards those who looked up as he entered, not wanting to interrupt their studies.
Hogwarts Student Information:
House: Ravenclaw - Prefect
Ravenclaw Quidditch Team Player. Position: Chaser
Wand: 14-inches long Black Walnut wood, firm, yet springy. Core of Unicorn hair.
- Wand Information:
- Black Walnut wrote:
- Less common than the standard walnut wand, that of black walnut seeks a master of good instincts and powerful insight. Black walnut is a very handsome wood, but not the easiest to master. It has one pronounced quirk, which is that it is abnormally attuned to inner conflict, and loses power dramatically if its possessor practises any form of self-deception. If the witch or wizard is unable or unwilling to be honest with themselves or others, the wand often fails to perform adequately and must be matched with a new owner if it is to regain its former prowess. Paired with a sincere, self-aware owner, however, it becomes one of the most loyal and impressive wands of all, with a particular flair in all kinds of charmwork.
- Unicorn Hair wrote:
- While this core does not generally produce the strongest wands-although the wand wood may enhance its power-wands that have unicorn hair in them are the least flamboyant, decreasing its susceptibility to fluctuations and blockages. Advantages of this core are that it usually produces the most consistent magic, and that it is the most faithful to its owner of the three cores. A wand with a core of unicorn hair is harder to turn to the Dark Arts than dragon heartstring and phoenix feather, a factor that many witches and wizards like.
From Pottermore Wiki
Broomstick: Nimbus 2500