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Animal
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  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

@Bera Sorry, it’s been years since I watched the movies so I forgot the details. What I remember is Hermione (I think?) telling him he needed to come up with a plan, and someone reminding him about the broom at the last minute. Hermione was always telling him he needed a plan whereas he, himself, never had one. Yet he excelled at improvising.

I agree that it’s significant, that he chooses sports, stunts and improvising in the moment, for his spells.

Where’s the “persuasion” aspect?  Je leads would default to some method of persuasion in their spells.

For example, Hermione (Je) always has an array of memorized solutions.

About cheating: Harry never had any issue with cheating. Hermione had something against it at first, but learned that bending the rules was necessary to get a desired result. Her character in the first place was more “rule-bent” but she grew up as she understood results were more important than the rules that were imposed.  As for Harry, rules just never existed to him at all.

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