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Angelina Tonks

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The Many Ages of Haricot
« on: December 14, 2003, 10:02:21 AM »

Erm, right, I'd better fill you all in first. Well, Haricot is in a roleplay called 'I'm a Parseltongue, so what?' and a book called 'The Many Ages of Haricot' is mentioned, as well as Haricot himself. He is an evil wizard who lived about 800 years ago, and keeps coming back in the form of an evil mind. In the roleplay, he has been doing this. His name is french for beans (well, bean actually, but noone will know the difference  ;)) So, here goes:

Introduction
Haricot was born in 1239. When he was 18 years old he began to strike terror in those inhabiting the country of England. For 20 years he roamed the country killing people mercilessley, especially to his old school enemies and their families. One day he was killed by one of his followers (unnamed), but he came to inhabit people's minds, because for some reason he could not die. The amazing thing is, he could inhabit more than one mind at once. He inhabited minds for a very long time, and has not been seen for 200 years. His original name was Kudos Tonks. He had quite a few powers: legilimency, parseltongue and the imagination factor (see page 15).

Haricot: The early days
Haricot was born in 1239, and was christened as Kudos Amedus Tonks by his mother Mrs Hannah Tonks and his father Mr Amedus Quentin Tonks. He worked in a farm until he was 11 years of age, when he was accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Amazingly to us, he was sorted into the humble house of Hufflepuff, and studied there with a Henry Pricklewood, who later on decided to go against him and his followers. It is thought that Haricot had not considered becoming evil until he was in his fifth year at the school, when he realised he could talk to snakes, but he never told anyone, and was not, surprisingly, the heir of Slytherin. He got top scores in many subjects such as: Defence Against the Dark Arts, Charms, Transfiguration and Duelling class (which was later stopped as too many students were being sent to the hospital wing as a result of a hex gone haywire.).
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Re:The Many Ages of Haricot
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2003, 11:43:07 AM »

Haricot- The nickname.
Haricot was nicknamed by Louise the Loony on chrismas day when Haricot was 15. The family had just finished a lovely meal of potatoes and beans. There was a breif silence and suddenly Haricot let off a rather smelly fart. Louise found this most amusing and from that day she has called him bean in french ( shes french)
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« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2003, 08:44:33 AM »

Haricot's Followers
Haricot nicknamed his followers his 'disciples', and, funnily enough, he had twelve main disciples, and the rest he called 'followers' or 'servants'. His twelve disciples were twelve of his closest friends from school. Originally, there had been one more 'disciple', called Henry Pricklewood, but he backed out because he thought that it was unlucky for Haricot to have thirteen 'disciples'. Haricot's twelve close followers were mostly from Slytherins, but he had a couple from Hufflepuff aswell. They helped him to terrorise England and Great Britain, but they never managed to take over the world fortunately, because an unknown minor follower killed him.

The Imagination Factor

Haricot was one of few people who obtained the Imagination Factor. If the witch/wizard believes hard enough in something, or that something is not happening, or anything they believe, they can transport themselves into a world in their own mind. They cannot escape out of their own mind if they do not believe in magic in their mind-world. If this is the case, a spell called the Duhamma must be performed, bringing the witch/wizard back to real world. If, in the witch/wizard's mind, they believe in magic, then they can easily transport themselves from the real world to their mind world.
Haricot first learned he could do this when he was at the mere age of five years old. He believed that there was a quintaped underneath his bed and was suddenly transported to a mind world where this was happening. Luckily for him, his mother realised that this had happened and performed the Duhamma straight away, bringing her son back to 'safety' in the real world.
The Imagination can be inherited, but seldom anyone inherits it.

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Re: The Many Ages of Haricot
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2005, 11:12:07 AM »

ooc sweet memories, i used to be stormymind *sniff* the memories!
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