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speculating’s Challenge #1

Discussion in 'Challenges' started by speculating, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. speculating

    speculating Guest

    Kind of expected to get ignored, rather than anything else. Can't find a way to delete the thread, though, so here's the character requirements.
     
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  2. James

    James Professor

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    No. Just… no.
     
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  3. Paradise

    Paradise Seventh Year DLP Supporter

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    Why? It literally would have little to no impact on a story. Hell Draco could have been a hemophiliac in canon.
     
  4. Hawkin

    Hawkin Minister of Magic

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    Here's an answer to your challenge:

    Draco fell off his broom with an audible crack. Soon, the sound of his wailing could be heard across the manor's grounds. It did not take long for the house elves to alert his mother and she came running without thought of propriety. She stopped at the gruesome sight of her son's open fracture of his tibialis. Blood was spurting everywhere and the boy was busy crying in agony. What could she do? Her son had haemophilia, he would bleed to death without proper care as his blood would never clot by itself. Lucky for her, she was a witch!

    With a quick snap of her wand, the bone replaced itself and the blood vessels as well. Magic was certainly handy, don't you think?

    FIN.
     
  5. speculating

    speculating Guest

    Oh, well. /10 chars
     
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  6. Sesc

    Sesc Slytherin at Heart Moderator

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    It's not a cop-out, it's canon. As long as we're talking about Muggle issues, magic indeed fixes every ailment.

    Of course, you can say you want an AU where magic can't do that. In which case I say I have no interest in reading it. (And that's going to be the reaction of most people here, which is the problem you have.)
     
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