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Gestart door Kingdark, 10 mrt, 2019, 00:00
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Citaat van: undefined09/03/2019Hey, allemaal. Ik had een bui van inspiratie, en heb het onderstaande juist geschreven. 'Heet van de pers' zoals ze dat zeggen. Op dit moment, denk ik niet dat er gelijk wat van abdl elementen zou inkomen, maar dat kan altijd veranderen.Laat me weten wat je ervan denk.
Citaat10/03/2019 updateNadat ik dit verhaal gepost had, bedacht ik me verschillende methode's waardoor ik wél abdl elementen in het verhaal kan krijgen. Hopelijk zijn die methode's niet te cliché of the onrealistisch. Er zijn heel wat veranderingen aangebracht, dus herlees het nog eens
CitaatFinal note before the story starts: I want to do something different for a change. Wizards. Witches. Mages. Sorcerers. Druids. All of these are separate classifications for both genders. Ideally, I want every 'category' to be a reference to a different fandom. I could use some help, trying to figure out what would be best.Wizards: They can do anything and everything that the wizards and witches of the books and movies can do.Witches: Think of these like a weird mix like druids and what powers they have in 'charmed' that television series.Mages: Think of the mages of the elder scroll series. All 'branches' runes etcetera.Sorcerers: I don't know yet.Druids: I don't know yet.Another category: I don't know yet.Another category: I don't know yet.Each category has their own rules, laws, traditions, limitations and advantages. But that doesn't mean they can't do the magic of other categories. Think of it like trying to write with your off hand. It's hard to learn to write with your left hand properly if you're right handed. Hard, but not impossible. So, where a 'mage' could get it with just a few hours, a wizard trying to cast the spell of a mage would have to work for it for several days. That's just to put it into perspective.But the mix of all these cultures that are all working and living in close quarters? It also gave rise to a lot of tension. Some of these cultures still practice the use of living human sacrifices for example, others didn't think it weird to have child marriages and to have the (unfortunate) girl have baby's as soon as possible. Then there are the cultures that are in a sort of cold war with each other. Violence is not happening but only just.Finally, there's this. It is considered normal for a magic user to be invited to Hogwarts, to learn about their powers. But they are usually only registered after a certain age. But to have been automatically registered as a future student, from literally the moment you left your mother's womb is a sign of great prestige. This makes Harry one of the few 'elite' to have this honor...Enough about my rambling, let's get on with the story!
Citaat van: undefinedWho can find the cameo references to other fandoms? They just popped up and wasn't really intended.
CitaatWat denk je van de verbeterde versie?
CitaatMagic users live far longer than 'muggles' Having natural lifespans of several centuries. Living up to five hundred years isn't unusual. It is for that reason that the education at Hogwarts doesn't take years, instead it'll take decades. Like said above, living to be five hundred isn't unusual and you can increase that age even further by living a healthy life and using potions or rituals to keep yourself alive.When magic users enter Hogwarts, they enter a binding magical contract, that the magic of Hogwarts will regress their physical appearance to roughly six years old. This is to make caring for them easier. They will very slowly age to an age of eleven year old at which point they would celebrate their first century.1 century = ten year old physically / appearance.At this point two things will happen at some point in the future. They will hit puberty relatively soon and they will hit a 'magical puberty' as well, which will begin to rapidly age them to having the physical age of a seventeen year old. The magic of Hogwarts and it's many staff will take care of their every need, but they are expected to start 'earning' their keep with various chores, of which there are many.Students will still be in touch with their parents and family of course, being allowed to visit them in weekends or being allowed to be visited.It is because magic users have lifespans counting centuries instead of decades, that eleven year old is still considered to be very young. Young enough that they aren't ready yet to be toilet trained and where them wearing diapers is considered normal and required both during the day and during the night. Because it's been tried many, many times to let them not wear diapers, but it always, always resulted in soiled pants, humiliation, tears and tantrums. Not necessarily in that order.In the event a child enters Hogwarts that was raised in the muggle world, they are often 'fully' toilet trained in the beginning, but upon entering Hogwarts, for reasons that are not yet understood, their toilet training is guaranteed to be utterly removed. This means that it is the muggleborn who throw the most tantrums and shout and yell that they aren't baby's and don't wear diapers and that's why they are considered to be weird. Because they always claim that they don't need diapers, but have the most accidents, they don't need to be clothed, but they never put their clothes on right, don't need to be bathed, but they don't wash up properly and don't need to be fed, but make the biggest messes during dinner time.Sexual maturity or puberty: When students enter Hogwarts, they are regressed to roughly six years old. They need about a century before they hit puberty. At their first century they look like they are ten years old. However, even though they 'regressed' to having a physical body of a six year old, it isn't entirely correct to call it that way. They essentially remain the same, but are 'shrunk' to looking like a six year old. This means that the males can still get erections but they can't ejaculate. Even if they could, all students are temporarily sterilized until they are given the antidote.Sex, nudity and sexual orientation: It is because of the above, that it isn't unusual for students to experiment, or to have physical sex with each other. Males don't ejaculate sperm or semen though, but pure magic. It is a way to allow them to blow off steam. Nudity is considered to be 'normal' and nothing to be ashamed off. Toilet training or no toilet training, every child is offered the choice to 'start off' with training pants and if they can keep it dry for the entirety of their first year, they would no longer need to wear the training pants. One accident would cause them to go back into diapers for the remainder of their time at Hogwarts.But even if eleven year old's are considered to be very young, they are still expected to do homework and to earn their keep by doing chores.Toys and games: The 'work load' first years (They are considered to be first years for seven years. But for every 'year' a letter is given to them. F1-A is a first year in their literal first year out of seven. F1-B is a first year in their second year out of seven.
CitaatMagic users have lifespans counting centuries. Upon starting Hogwarts they will be shrunk down or regressed to having a physical age of six years old. They will age back to having their original physical age when they hit their first century. Sex and nudity are very common but it is impossible for students younger than their first century to get pregnant. (They are sterilized until they graduate.)
CitaatSince magic users growing up in magical households know what to expect, they often don't even bother with toilet training yet. They also know what to expect and will find the reactions of 'muggleborn' to be amusing.