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Remedios (Remedy/Remy) LestrangeAge:
Remedy is the "white" sheep of her family. The majority of the Lestranges are tall, lean and have dark features. Remedy stands five foot, six inches, her body was blessed with womanly curves, and her hair is as far from dark as you can get. Her deep, ocean blue eyes and angelic smile are enough to make anyone's jaw drop when they hear her last name. The rest of the family are more into scowling.Personality:
Remedy grew up as any Pureblood would, though it's her heart that sets her apart from the rest of her family. She's extremely nuturing, and loves putting other people before her however she isn't one to let you take advantage of her. Her heart might be soft but her head is hard; she's stubborn and isn't afraid to voice her opinion. Positivity is what she strives for, and though it may be her greatest weakness, she always sees the best in people. Remedy loves to cheer on the underdog and defend those who are too frightened to stand up for themselves. She has aquired an incredibley thick skin since she's been at Hogwarts. She had to deal with Slytherin persecuting her for being a traitor and Gryffindor alienating her because of her last name. She's made it to her seventh year and though she's still a target for Slytherin, she's finally proved to her fellow housemates that she belongs there.History:
Remedy spent her childhood being a well-mannered, "speak-when-spoken-to", perfect pureblood daughter. She grew up with the Blacks, Malfoys, Crouchs, etc., attending the many functions the Upper Class held. She got along well with everyone, besides Sirius who hated all the other children. It wasn't until an incident just before her first-year at Hogwarts that everything changed.
It was a bitter cold night that seemed empty and lonely. The wind was screaming outside, and a scared, young Remedy snuck downstairs to be with the only person in her house that showed her any affection, the family house elf Doc. Just as she reached the bottom of the steps, she heard glass smashing and saw a blinding light coming from the library. Letting her curiosity get the better of her, she crawled through a small door in the wall meant for Doc and made her way to the library. From inside a cuboard she could hear her mother crying and a man yelling that wasn't her father. She peaked through a crack and saw her mother slumped over on the floor while a cloaked figure towered over her. Her father was standing back a few feet, watching the scene unfold with an expressionless face. The cloaked figure muttered something Remedy couldn't understand and her mother began to scream in pain. Before Remedy could burst out of the cuboard she felt herself being restrained by an invisible force. When she tried to yell it was like her voice had just disappeared. She turned around knowingly and scooped up the tiny Doc in her arms, crying hysterically. She listened as her mother's screaming stopped. When she looked through the crack again, she saw her mother was now standing with her eyes crossed and drool trickling down the side of her mouth.
After that night, she never saw the cloaked man again. Her mother was taken to St. Mungo's, the pain she indured that night so great it drove her completely mad. Her father was sent to Azkaban, confessing to the crime, though he did not commit it. The children moved in with their father's sister, Hestea, a woman who defined the word evil. It was after being accepted into Gryffindor that Remedy's aunt began to torture her. It started off mild, and only in placed that wouldn't show. As Remedy grew, Hestea became madly jealous of her beauty. The torture increased, leaving scars in places nearly impossible to hide like her arms and face. When one spell cut Remedy's throat and almost took her life, she moved into her mother's sister Gwendolyn's house.
Though Gwendolyn is also a pureblood, she isn't as extreme. She also hates Remedy's father for what he did to her sister. Gwendolyn and Remedy don't talk much, though there have been a few times when Gwendolyn has been drunk that she starts talking to Remedy about her mother and her mother's "secret". Her aunt usually passes out before revealing what she means so Remedy doesn't think much into it.Sexuality:
anything against the rules, scat, watersportsOther:
Remedy keeps her secret by using glamour charms and special make-up, so no one knows about her scars. She looks up to Remus for not hiding his. She is very comfortable around him and considers him a close friend. As for the other Marauders, they have a lot of growing up to do.Name:
Though Remus is only 17, the scars and premature lines on his face make him seem older. He is tall, and though he is on the lean side he is still muscular mostly due to his condition. His hair is dirty blonde and shaggy, and his eyes are a pale blue.Personality:
Remus is intelligent, calm, tolerant, gentle, and good-natured, though he has been burdened with lycanthropy. He has a forgiving nature, and a great sense of humor that sometimes gets him into trouble, though he is concidered the mature one of the group. When it's Remus' "time of the month" he tends to be a little more irrate and is prone to moodswings. Remus is extremely loyal and courageous, though humble more than anything.History:
"To secure his safety as well as that of his peers, a shack with no natural entrances was built outside of Hogsmeade. There was only a secret passage leading to it from under the Whomping Willow, on Hogwarts' grounds. Once a month, Remus would be brought to the structure for his transformations in order to prevent him from attacking other students. However, this isolation caused him to attack himself out of frustration. This and the painful monthly transformations made the villagers of Hogsmeade mistake his screams for that of violent ghosts. Thus, the building was dubbed the Shrieking Shack and attained the reputation for being the most haunted building in Britain. Dumbledore encouraged this rumour to keep people from investigating the noises.
Remus became the very best of friends with fellow Gryffindors James Potter, Sirius Black, and Peter Pettigrew. He kept his status as a werewolf a secret from all of the students at Hogwarts, including James, Sirius, and Peter, and made up stories to explain his monthly disappearances, such as that his mother was ill and he needed to go home to visit her. He was terrified that they would desert him once they found out what he truly was. However, James, Sirius, and Peter worked out the truth during their second year, and due to their acceptance of who Remus was, and their unusually strong friendship with him, they decided to learn how to become Animagi in order to keep Remus company during his transformations, as a werewolf is only a danger to humans. By their fifth year, James was able to become a stag, Sirius was able to become a dog, and Peter was able to become a rat. Once a month during the full moon, James, Sirius, and Peter would sneak out of the castle under James's Invisibility Cloak, transform, get into the Whomping Willow, walk down the tunnel, and meet up with Remus in the Shrieking Shack. Under their influence, Remus became less dangerous; his body was still wolfish, but his mind became less so when he was with them. The four of them soon left the Whomping Willow and would roam among the school grounds and Hogsmeade by night. The animals that James and Sirius transformed into were so large, that they were successful in keeping the wolfish Remus in check. Eventually, this group of friends came to call themselves the Marauders, and Remus' friends nicknamed him "Moony" because of his transformations during every full moon.
No other Hogwarts student has ever found out as much about the Hogwarts grounds and Hogsmeade as they did, and James, Sirius, Remus, and Peter used their knowledge of it to write the Marauder's Map and signed it with their nicknames.
However, Remus' frequent disappearances riled up an unhealthy curiosity in Severus Snape, a Slytherin student in the same year as Remus, who shared an enmity with James and Sirius, and hated Remus and Peter by association. Severus often followed James, Sirius, Remus, and Peter around in order to see what they were up to and in an effort to get all of them expelled. In their sixth year, Sirius played a malicious prank on Snape by telling him about the Whomping Willow passageway, hoping that he would be terrified or even get seriously hurt by what he found at the other end. James was able to stop Snape and save his life in the nick of time, but Snape still uncovered Remus' secret. Dumbledore subsequently swore Snape to secrecy, but Snape teased Remus cruelly from that point on." [Taken from harrypotter.wikia.com]Sexuality:
Same, no rule breaking, scat, watersportsOther: