At a fan meet-and-greet on March 10, Lorcan d’Eath, famed part-vampire singer, expressed sympathy for the passing of Gwynthr Hughes during his opening remarks.
“As a high-profile member of the part-vampire community, I have a responsibility to speak out when things are wrong. Those of us who have blood that is less than fully wizard have always been vilified, always had our motives questioned,” d’Eath said to fans. “I want to express sympathy to the werewolves of Taith Coch, who lost their brother in the attack.”
Michael and Insley Jacobin, noted conservative activists, put out a statement calling d’Eath’s remarks inappropriate, given that the ministry has concluded that the November 8 attack on Hogwarts was intentional.
“Personally, I don’t think d’Eath is an expert here,” said Insley Jacobin.
LunaR founder, Alnaud Picardy, who announced the new program with big promises of a werewolf solution last year, has broken his silence after weeks of research into the properties of lycanthropy.
"The LunaR program is proud to finally announce plans for a successful and safe future for everyone," Picardy released in a public statement on Monday. "The knowledge my team and I have gained through prior weeks is vast, and many may not understand, but I will put it simply: we will be vanishing the moon."
The statement immediately caught the attention of many, and some have now dubbed Picardy "The LunaRtic" in viral outrage.
"I would put my trust in Alnaud," argued Pablo Portkey of The Quibbler, attempting to calm the masses. "There are many beasts and beings negatively affected by the lunar effect each month. It almost seems like common sense to get rid of it altogether."
Professional witches and wizards around the globe are demanding Picardy cease and desist, as many potions, spells, and experimental magic depend on the moon cycle for accuracy and success.
"I thought the man was a genius at first. Now I'm fairly certain he doesn't even understand basic potion-making," said Orion Barslav, creator of a variety of runes which require ambient energy from the moon to aid their power.
Alnaud has not been discouraged by the public's reaction, and, in fact, expected it.
"I have no doubt in LunaR's research or abilities," he responded, "and encourage those who require moon power for their magic to explore different energies. The moon is not our only magical resource, after all; it is, however, often the reason for our suffering."
He also invited those who may need to research moon alternatives to his vacation home in Albania, which provides privacy and many resources for their experimentation.
LunaR is expected to continue research and will be releasing the official date of The Great Moon Vanish as soon as they have one.
On November 8, the Wizard Advisory Council authorized the use of unforgivable curses. This authorization, only ever granted in extreme crisis situations, was not anticipated to be used by those on the scene.
However, witnesses who spoke to The Daily Prophet recounted witnessing the use of both the cruciatius curse, as well as the killing curse.
Through the Ministry’s report on November 8, The Daily Prophet was able to confirm that Gwynthr Hughes, who was marked in the report as deceased, was the individual that witnesses reported seeing being struck by a killing curse in the Great Hall of the school.
According to information that The Prophet was able to locate on Gwynthr--or Gwyn--Hughes, he was 36 years old, and had spent approximately half his life as a werewolf. Hughes had reportedly been experiencing agitation living on the Taith Coch Werewolf Reserve, and had approached the head of the Reserve’s Pen Pal program SNARLL, about being removed from the werewolf registry entirely. On November 8, he travelled to Hogwarts with other werewolves from the Reserve, with the intention of biting students at the school.
The auror responsible in the case of Hughes’s death was @Alex Sanders, an auror who graduated from the academy three years ago. In looking into Sanders, we determined that he is married to Shane Banagher, making his nephew @Julian Banagher--one of the werewolves that was outed during Trudy Veritas’s broadcast back in early January.
Advocates like Amortentia Bloodfang, didn’t seem surprised by this revelation. “Many wizards have part-humans or werewolves in their families. They would just prefer to pretend that we don’t exist, because it would be much more convenient for them.”
Alex Sanders did not comment for this article.
My name is Galen Ward and I am a werewolf. On the night of a full moon, I killed my sister because I failed to take the final dose of my Wolfsbane Potion. Margo Ward was fifteen years old when she died. I take full responsibility for my negligence and I am sorry.
To the entire werewolf community: I would like to apologize for the prejudice you are facing as the indirect result of my actions. I have contributed to the widespread fear surrounding lycanthropy and ruined the hard work of advocates who fight for our rights and continue to do tremendous work to educate the public.
Some groups have called for the expulsion of all werewolf students from Hogwarts. While I may have no right to speak on the matter, I would like to ask the media and anti-werewolf protesters to stop using my sister’s name to promote their bigoted agenda. Margo Ward was a Hufflepuff, like me. She was a generous friend who would have accepted these students despite their condition. Using her name as a message to spread hatred is not only painful for those who knew her, but an insult to her memory.
I would like to remind everyone that there are many criminals in this world. Some of them are werewolves. Some of them are not. Do not persecute an entire minority group for the actions of a few. The blood of Margo Ward is on my hands, so I urge you to hate me. Blame me, but do not blame the victims of these violent attacks. They have done nothing wrong and they have suffered. They need your support above all else.
@Galen Ward is a former Hufflepuff at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
On the night of November 8, I was a flying assistant for the first year students. I was flying in the air, minding my own business and doing my duty as a flying assistant, when mayhem broke. I tried to get to safety, but I was dragged out of the sky when a werewolf jumped and clamped its maw onto my broom, violently throwing me to the ground. I sustained a broken arm as my body hit the cold hard ground of the Quidditch Pitch that November night, but nothing could’ve prepared me for the pain that immediately followed. The feeling of the werewolf’s claws across my chest was like being stabbed with a million hot knives all at once. I thought I was going to die right then and there. I was full of fear and anguish. I passed out immediately after that.
In the months since that attack, I’ve slowly worked to rebuild myself from the person I was immediately after the attack. But over winter holidays, I, as well as many others in our beautiful wizarding community, was made aware that there’d been students bitten during the November 8 attack. I was shocked, but I was even more shocked at how everyone in the wizarding community rallied behind those newly turned werewolves when our scars from November 8 were still so fresh. I was shocked at how anyone who expressed any opinion that wasn’t 100% pro-werewolf propaganda was labeled a bigot and was silenced. Just recently, I was attacked by two fellow students at Hogwarts simply for stating my views. What kind of society are we running where we’re told that our fears don’t matter as long as someone else feels validated? There was a murder by werewolves in Liverpool this past month. We cannot say that this isn’t a legitimate threat. Werewolves have killed before, and they will kill again. I need everyone to stop getting so worked up over the fact that these newly turned werewolves at Hogwarts are kids, and remember that they will become adults one day. They’ll become Fenrir Greyback. They’ll become the werewolves that attacked us on November 8. They’ll become the werewolves that killed all of those people in Liverpool. They’ll become Galen Ward.
The only way we can guarantee the safety of all current and future generations of Hogwarts students is to ban werewolf students forever. How come Durmstrang and Slytherin house are allowed to ban muggleborn students for nothing more than simple blood status, but Hogwarts refuses to ban students who actually pose a physical threat to the whole student body? How can we say that we’re horrified about the events that took place on November 8, yet we refuse to remove the main problem? I hope the whole of magical society—as well as Muggles who have magical children—does the right thing and puts students’ safety above the personal feelings of werewolves.
@Behati Gadot is a fourth year Hufflepuff at Hogwarts. She has been campaigning for a safer school since she came back to school after winter holiday.
The Department of Magical Law Enforcement was dispatched to the small and typically quiet village of Dryhope, Selkirk on Thursday to investigate reports of numerous local grave sites mysteriously unearthed. Upon their arrival, law enforcement noted the burial grounds seemingly ripped open by magical force, belongings of the deceased scattered throughout the area. Department experts are still investigating the shocking scene but have noted that it seemed the perpetrator(s) were mostly interested in the wands of the dead.
Dryhope Cemetery has held countless historical tombs and graves from various old wizarding families throughout many years. Some of the grave sites date back as far as the 1400s, and many families from around the country visit the location regularly in order to pay respects to their ancestors.
Residents of Dryhope are bewildered by this cruel act but have been very open to questioning. "It's just not something that happens here," says Ramona Wisewing, one of the first to see the vandalised graveyard. "I've seen many people come and go around here, but none who I would suspect capable of this."
Authorities surmise that tracking down the culprit will be a difficult task, however the recent crack down on possession of illegal wands may assist with finding a link. They are asking the public to report any suspicious activity.
On the evening of November 8, the lives of everyone at Hogwarts changed. The space in which many of us believed would be safe, that we called our second home, was tainted with the blood and the cries of victims. I do not believe I will ever be able to enter the Great Hall without hearing those cries--including the scream I also produced during the attack. You see, my name is Avery Potter, and I am a victim of the November 8th attacks.
I attempted to pretend for many weeks that nothing had occurred. I felt very upset towards the werewolves who attacked, destroying so many lives. I only told those whom I knew would always love me, due to the unrest within the community over those many consider to be ‘half-breeds’ or ‘creatures’. I have been unable to come to terms with the trauma which occurred to me due to the inhumane and heinous actions of Trudy Veritas. Her actions were, and remain, deplorable. She has ruined the lives of eleven students, all of whom have went through a traumatic experience which has caused us all to feel isolated, ashamed, and angry.
Now, we face backlash in the one place that is meant to keep us safe. The actions of a minority of students thus far has been to spread nasty comments, to produce posters which are degrading and to shout for our expulsion. Those students have not once attempted to see what it is like for us at this moment in time. Last term, we were happy, we had futures which were secure. We were not considered ‘monsters’.
How can the answer be to expel eleven innocent students? To remove them from their second home, from their right to learn magic? How can the answer be to exclude those whom are victims of the entire painful process of becoming a wolf? Those who are depending this need to look back to the night in November. They need to imagine what they would be going through if they had been bitten, the horror they would feel at being told, to shame they would feel and putting their family through pain.
I attempted to raise my concerns, only to be told that I had no opinion because “I was a Potter”. I adore my grandfather, I respect my heritage, but I am a person with my own opinions that should be allowed to be heard. November 8 has forced me to complete the one act I never thought I would have to in a civilised society--it has forced me to start to fight for my right to have even survived the attack that has tainted me forever.
@Avery Potter is a third year Hufflepuff student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. She was one of eleven students named as werewolves during Trudy Veritas’s broadcast.
On the night of November 8, I was sitting in the rose garden on Hogwarts’s grounds with my girlfriend @Hatty Hambeldon. It wasn’t long before a werewolf attacked, jumping through the bushes of flowers and thorns to land on me. I broke several ribs in the attack, and came close to being bitten. I would have been bitten too, if Hatty hadn’t saved me.
Years ago, when I was in second year, I witnessed a Death Eater attack. I was only able to escape torture because I ran when I saw a professor. It’s become clear to me that Hogwarts is not safe, and has never been safe. If werewolves can get in on a full moon, what else can happen?
This brings me to my next point, there are now, reportedly eleven werewolves in attendance at Hogwarts, all bitten during the attack. Instead of prioritizing the safety and well-being of the vast majority of its students, Hogwarts’s staff and student body has chosen to prioritize the needs of the bitten students. If one, just one, safety measure were to fail, we could have November 8 happen all over again.
The safest and most humane solution would be to have all werewolf students expelled. However, in voicing my opinion, I have been repeatedly threatened by the werewolf students, and my girlfriend Hatty, who is part-goblin, has been the subject of ugly anti-goblin comments because of her desire for a school that keeps her safe. In fact, recently, I was even censored and given a detention by a Professor for stating my opinion, with her claiming that I had ‘made students upset.’
It’s time we prioritize what matters--the safety of Hogwarts’s students. Not the desires of eleven werewolves.
@Ryan Buratsche is a seventh year Gryffindor student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
IK: This is Isla Kelly. We’ve just received notice that Trudy Veritas, who was arrested by aurors during her infamous broadcast, has been released. Veritas faced a full wizengamot trial, but was not convicted due to her legal counsel’s arguments that Veritas had not actually procured the information she read on her show illegally.
When she was released, Veritas read this statement:
I am so thankful to the legal counsel that was provided by my friend Byron Handley-Mills. This day shall be remembered as one in which the Ministry tried to silence the truth. I look forward to resuming my show in any capacity I can, because it’s clear our community needs me now more than ever.
The Ministry is reporting that Harry Potter, head auror in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and famed Boy Who Lived, will be hosting a press conference on February 23 to discuss the Ministry’s report on the November 8 werewolf attack at Hogwarts.
So far, the ministry has released only an embargoed copy of the report. A spokesperson for the Office of Harry Potter acknowledged that the report will be discussed during the press conference and will be released in conjunction with the event.
When reached for comment, Harry Potter also acknowledged the difficulties of the past few months.
“Our thoughts, like always, are with those students who were affected. This attack has made it clear that our department needs to prepare better for a world without Death Eaters, and as a result, we will be working harder than ever to ensure the safety of everyone in our community.”
As the investigation into the November 8 attack winds down, noted conservative activists Michael and Insley Jacobin have begun calling for Harry Potter to step down from his post as Chief Auror.
“Although Harry Potter has earned his title as The Boy Who Lived and spent decades of his life in service to the wizarding community, it is time that he step aside. The fact that his granddaughter, @Avery Potter, was turned into a werewolf during the attack, means that he cannot be trusted to act impartially on behalf of wizardkind. It is quite likely that because of this personal connection, we will see further attacks beyond those that have occurred at Hogwarts and in Livepool,” the Jacobins said in a joint statement.
The Office of Harry Potter had this to say when contacted for comment, “Although we respect the right of the Jacobins to freely express their political views, it is horrifying that they would treat Harry Potter’s granddaughter as a political bargaining chip.”
The Minister’s Office did not respond with a comment in time for publication on whether they would consider replacing Harry Potter.
The Department of Magical Games and Sports is working in conjunction with the Department of Magical Law Enforcement to crack down on the use of Leprechaun gold to buy souvenirs and team items at Quidditch matches. In recent months there has been a rise in complaints to both departments from disgruntled stall owners who have found their money suddenly disappearing.
"Now I'm not saying that this has only become a problem since the Otley Outsiders were let into the league," said Susan Silverman-Smythewicke, chair of the Society for Souvenir Stall Supervisors, "But this has only become a problem this season, which is the first one the Otley Outsiders have been part of."
Leprechaun gold is created by leprechauns and has the authentic look and feel of real galleons. It is tremendously tricky to tell the difference between leprechaun gold and the real thing. Goblin experts from Gringotts have been called in to the Ministry to train Aurors on what to look for, an action that is no doubt likely to cause friction with WizFirst's Ronald Kneen.
LIVERPOOL--The wizarding community in Liverpool was rocked by tragedy the night of February 5, when transformed werewolves attacked a party that was taking place in a local park that’s frequented by wizard families. Reports have emerged in the last few days of numerous casualties both at the party, and of muggle bystanders in the surrounding area.
Last night, The Daily Prophet was informed that the Werewolf Capture Unit was able to track down and capture the werewolves who were responsible. A representative from the Werewolf Capture Unit, Albert Humphrey, had this to say when reached for comment:
“While the werewolves who were captured in Liverpool do not have links to the November 8 attack, those captured have expressed sympathy and admiration for those werewolves involved. They claimed that they targeted the community on the night of the full moon with the express intention of turning more wizards into werewolves. Their trials in front of the Wizengamot have been set for February 20.”
CG: This is Chad Goldleaf, reporting this morning from Liverpool, where officials have notified us that there have been multiple casualties as a result of a werewolf attack.
Full details on the victims have not yet been released, but we are receiving reports that their injuries are consistent with those given by a werewolf.
I’ve also received word that the Hogwarts Board of Governors is calling for increased security at Hogwarts as a result of the attack.
AP: Good morning wolves! This is Ambrose Pemberton, your host for The Daily Bark.
As all of you know, I’ve been living with lyncanthropy since I was seven years old. I’ve been a publicly known werewolf since I graduated from Hogwarts. It was only then that I really was able to embrace my identity as a werewolf.
Today, I want to take some time to applaud a recent statement by the Lovegood-Scamanders. I have it here with me.
During this difficult time, we felt that it was appropriate to speak out against Newt Scamander’s legacy as creator of the werewolf registry. Newt was progressive for his time, but a registry was wrong then, and it is wrong now. Werewolves are part of our community, first and foremost. They are not beasts and should never be considered as such.
Those are powerful words. I wonder what the Minister would have to say about this.
In our next segment, we’ll be discussing solidarity with our part-vampire brothers and sisters.
IK: This is Isla Kelly reporting to you live from outside of our studio, where a few witches and wizards have gathered to express their concerns about the world as we know it. Can you tell me what it is you're trying to tell everyone?
Wizard: Yeah, hello, my name is Gunther and I'm here to tell you that THE END IS HERE!
IK: And by "The End" you mean what, exactly?
Gunther: The end of our world, lady! The wizarding world, it's done! We are all going down and it's time for those who want to live to RUN!
IK: Where should people go if they are also concerned about the world, sir?
Gunther: Well, I don't know... Wherever I'm not! I don't want anybody following me. First werewolves, then did you hear about the vampires?
IK: Yes, we did hear...
Gunther: Who knows what's next! All I know is Merlin's great nephew predicted this thousands of years ago, I hea--
IK: And, ma'am, are you also concerned about the end of the world?
Witch: Yes, o'course! I seen this man here with his sign and I was askin' him questions and you know my cousin Hilda says the same thing! These beasts and whatnot are killin' EVERYBODY. No one's safe, not even my grandad who's DEAD. One day I'm goin' to wake up and he'll be tryin' to suck my blood! I'll have to beat him with my--
IK: And what are your thoughts on these claims, sir?
Wizard: I dunno, I'm just here for th--
IK: As you can see, quite a crowd has gathered here in Diagon Alley with lots of concern for the future of the wizarding world. Fears are on the rise as tragic news continues to pour in from all around the country. Will the Ministry respond?
And now we'll continue our Power Hour featuring Panic! In the Dungeons!
Following the brutal murders of the Rees family, noted conservative activists Michael and Insley Jacobin have successfully pushed the ministry to enforce existing laws on the books that ban part-vampires from owning wands. Those part-vampires who own wands have been asked to surrender them by February 1, 2042.
“There are almost no details that have been publicly released about the tragic deaths of the Rees family, let alone any to suggest that they would have been spared if their servants didn’t have wands,” said Amortentia Bloodfang, founder of the part-vampire advocacy group B.L.O.O.D. “This law should have been stripped from the books centuries ago. To enforce it now plays directly into the hands of those who believe that part-vampires should be feared. We are no different than any other wizard.”
When reached for comment, the Jacobins released a joint statement about the success of the pressure campaign. “We’re relieved that the ministry was able to see that this is an important safety measure for preventing another attack like that on the Rees family of Gwaed.”
The Office of the Minister did not respond when reached for comment.
PARIS--Marguerite Millefeuille, Headmistress of Beauxbatons Academy of Magic, was found dead last night. The exact cause of death at this time is unknown.
Millefeuille, the granddaughter of Luc Millefeuille, a renowned patisserie and notorious muggle poisoner, spent two decades working at Beauxbatons, in capacities as both the Charms professor and the Transfiguration professor before being appointed Headmistress. Two years ago, she accompanied the Beauxbatons delegation to Hogwarts during the 2039-2040 Tri-Wizard Tournament.
After the famous Beauxbatons’s gardens were severely damaged by veelas in 2039 and the school was unable to host the Tri-Wizard Tournament, Millefeuille engaged in a campaign of exclusion, forcing prospective champions to be tested for veela blood, and attempting to persuade the Ministère des Affaires Magiques de la France to make it illegal for any veelas to attend. The campaign was considered controversial, supported by some who believed it would make the school safer, and criticized by others who pointed out that approximately 15% of France’s wizarding community has at least one veela ancestor.
So far, there are no suspects in the case, although spokespeople from the French ministry have acknowledged that they are looking into a possible veela connection.
GWAED, WALES--Tragedy has rocked the small wizarding village of Gwaed, Wales. The Rees family, one of the founding families of the village, were discovered murdered in their ancestral home. While The Daily Prophet has not received permission to publish the extent of their injuries, we were able to confirm that the Rees family all suffered extensive vampire bites.
The Rees family has employed part-vampires for over a century as servants in their manor that overlooks Gwaed. Reports differ on the nature of the family's relationship with the part-vampires that worked for them. Some claim that the part-vampires had been controlling them for the better part of a year. Others claim that the Rees family was an illusion created by the part-vampires who lived in the manor. Spokespeople from the Department of Magical Law Enforcement have declined to provide a comment, citing their investigation of the deaths as on-going.
Reports have also emerged of locals in town who have also suffered vampire bites and have found themselves unable to cast simple spells. The Department of the Regulation for Magical Creatures did not verify the reports.
IK: Good evening, this is Isla Kelly with breaking news that Trudy Veritas, conservative radio talk show host, has filed suits against everyone who she blocked during her controversial radio programme that outed Hogwarts's student werewolves. Veritas, who is notoriously litigious and who rocketed to stardom after her successful suit to end the minister's outreach programme to house elves, is not expected to win the suit. However, all of those individuals who were blocked during the broadcast have received notices to appear before the Wizengamot for their actions. We will continue to follow this story as it develops.
Lana: Hey guys, it's Lana Lumos with your five-minute pop culture news. There's a new hottie taking the wizarding world by storm. If you don't know his name yet, you soon will. Yes, I'm talking about Orpheus Montgomery, the part-vampire singer also known as Midnight Prince. His single Glittering Darkness is on its way to number one! Personally, I love the guitar riff in the middle--Midnight Prince is always accompanied by Persephone Caldwell, also part-vampire, who in my humble opinion is a musical prodigy.
There have been reports of protests at his concerts. Apparently, there are some concerned parents who believe that their children have come under the spell of Midnight Prince's music. In this reporter's opinion, they're just too old to rock out anymore.
Alnaud Picardy has stepped forward to announce his plans to found a program called LunaR. LunaR will be privately funded and revolve around research on the true nature of lycanthropy and strategies to improve it. With this program in place, Picardy promises answers that, he says, the Ministry won't provide.
"Our ultimate goal is not to research werewolves themselves. No, we know pretty much all we need to know about them, don't we? Instead, we intend to focus much more on their environment of change. The root cause of their transformations and actions. The soul of the beast, as it were. LunaR will look at the bigger picture. We are working to offer an actual solution, an ethical, sustainable solution, to this growing problem. For the sake of all."
Picardy is the grandson of author Emerett Picardy, whose work Lupine Lawlessness: Why Lycanthropes Don't Deserve to Live notoriously drew incorrect conclusions about werewolves.
"This is not my grandfather's work," Picardy stated after being questioned about the nature of his plans and his stance on lycanthropes. "I assure you, we will be providing facts, not assumptions or opinions."
Alnaud's big promises have the masses buzzing. He promises to follow up with any and all developments.
Following a broadcast of The Truth, hosted by Trudy Veritas, Growing Fruitful Futures has announced that they will be lobbying the Department of Magical Education to consider expelling all werewolf students named in Veritas’s show.
Insley Jacobin, a consultant with Growing Fruitful Futures who is leading the lobbying effort, was optimistic about the work. “Our primary concern at Growing Fruitful Futures is the safety of all students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Each and every one of the werewolves currently in attendance at Hogwarts is putting the very future of our community at risk. We hope that the Department of Magical Education realizes that expulsion of all werewolf students should be their top priority for improving safety at Hogwarts.”
An official in the department had this to say when reached for comment, “We are reviewing Growing Fruitful Futures’s case, and we are unable to say more at this time.”
Amelia fought against the rapid beating of her heart, as she entered the contest. The Slytherin 100% believed in what Trudy Veritas stood for, and the opportunity to speak with her about her unjustness was something that she just couldn't pass up. Amy didn't trust the werewolves and she felt a great deal of gratitude toward Trudy that she knew just who they were. It would be a dream come true if she won the contest.
Though, truthfully, her parents could just use their position to get her a meeting if she didn't.
Poetic Justice. Meeting the monster who outed his daughter as a werewolf in person would bring Hugo closer to a sense of a justness. Why exactly had she done it – aside from the pretense of protecting the public? As a lead editor on the Quibbler, he could easily feign this as an interview for the publication – conflict of interest be damned.
Phillip didn’t actually want to meet Trudy either. However, a lie could get halfway around the world before the truth had gotten its boots on. But….he figured there was a way to manipulate the situation in order to expose the aurors’ unjust treatment of … well, mainly werewolves but everybody, really. Mainly werewolves in particular though.
Davis didn't really have a desire to meet the infamous witch who exposed his teammates and yearmates, but he also didn't have any desire to allow someone who actually liked her to win either. The way he figured it, if he entered and happened to win, it wouldn't give airtime to someone hurting victims of an atrocious act.
Harmony was mostly curious as to what would happen if Trudy recognized exactly who she was, and what she would say to her if she actually won the contest. Her mind was telling her that this was not a good idea, that she could be worse off in the public eye if she won this. However, her instincts told her that if she did win, Trudy would be in for a very interesting meeting, that's for sure.
Plus, the pages of her book would be useful to line Jean's cage.
Harmony eagerly sent in her entry.