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Alayna Weasley

If there was one thing Alayna most certainly was not, it was a role-model.  Accidently almost getting friends killed… lying to friends… avoiding friends… kissing friends… none of those things really classified as ‘role-model’ material, and yet somehow she’d still managed to get herself assigned two mentees. The redhead didn’t really know how she was going to handle this. They probably more expected their star mentor to be some sort of tough person. A dragon slayer or dueling star or something like that. But instead… they got Alayna Weasley. Oh- and Alecia, too. But she wasn’t really much of a dragon slayer either. She was more of an uhm… couple chaser. If that was even a thing.  

 

So what were two bad-mentor teenagers supposed to do with a group of first years? Alayna had absolutely no idea. So she got a plate of toast from the kitchens, put her swimsuit on, and sunk her bare toes into the lakeshore. After sending her mentees a letter of course. And telling Alecia to meet her there. Because that was the nice thing to do. Wading through the water until she was knee deep, the redhead ripped a small piece off the bread and threw it in. “You better not be sleeping!” she called out to the clear space in front of her.

 

…and where was Alecia? She was supposed to be there by now. DID HER ROOMMATE NOT UNDERSTAND HOW COLD THIS WATER WAS? SHE WAS GOING TO BE A FROZEN WEASLEYICKLE IN TEN MINUTES.

 

“…wakey wakey squid and bakey!”

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Alecia Yates

Even though others had questionable opinions about the way she lived her life, Alecia was a good role model to young children. She taught them how to duel, how to be more adventurous, and even taught others how to seek happiness in their lives. She had yet to get anyone into serious trouble and made friends with everyone that she met. Alecia was a tough person who wasn't afraid of anything. Once she became a master at dueling, she would be able to slay dragons or at least keep them as pets.

 

Trying to bring two people together that loved each other didn't exactly classify her as a couple chaser. For one, she had no romantic feelings for either person and two, once they were brought together Alecia left them to fend for themselves.

 

Aleica was in the kitchens getting some food for her friend and little mentees. She had sub sandwiches piled high on a plate along with a bag full of cookies. Placing everything in a basket along with some butterbeer, she headed towards the outdoors wearing short shorts and a tank top since there was no way she was going to be wearing a swimsuit when it wasn't exactly hot outside.

 

As soon as she got to the lake, Alecia was met with a sight that almost made her burst out laughing. Deciding that Alayna probably didn't want her laughing at her, she set the picnic basket down. "Having fun? Sorry I was late but I was getting us some treats. I hope you like sandwiches, butterbeer, and cookies."

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Elliot Hartmeyer

The point of a mentor was to get guidance, to have a companion you could trust. Upon finding her way down to the lake and seeing her "mentors" in their current situation, she was sure these two were not going to be either of those things.

 

They were both young; couldn't be more than a year or two older than she was. This was like asking a horse to lead a dog around - the blind leading the blind.

 

After her brush with their house prefects, she was beginning to think that perhaps they simply appointed people into positions of authority at random in the Gryffindor house. Perhaps there was a wheel of names they spun and whomever it landed on was deemed it.

 

With a huff she stalked over towards the blonde one as she was the most sane aka not yelling into the water. "So you invited us down here to what? Show us how weird you guys are?"

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