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- Joined November 2020
- Member of Hufflepuff
- 64 House Points
- 1st Year
- United States
Alice was born into a family of herbologists, and from a young age, she was fascinated by the magical properties of plants. She spent countless hours exploring the gardens and greenhouses around her family's home, and she was always eager to learn more about the natural world.
When Alice received her letter to Hogwarts, she was thrilled to learn that she had been sorted into Hufflepuff. She quickly made friends with her fellow Hufflepuffs, and she was soon known throughout the house for her skills in herbology and care of magical creatures.
Alice spent much of her free time exploring the grounds of Hogwarts, searching for new and exotic plants to study. She was particularly interested in the properties of the mandrake root, and she spent many hours in the greenhouse, experimenting with different growing conditions and fertilizers.
In her second year at Hogwarts, Alice tried out for the Hufflepuff quidditch team. Although she had never played before, she quickly proved herself to be a natural flier, and she was soon one of the team's star players.
Alice's love for herbology and care of magical creatures continued throughout her time at Hogwarts, and she spent many hours in the school's gardens, tending to the plants and animals that called them home. She also continued to play quidditch, and she was a key member of the Hufflepuff team throughout her time at the school.
After graduating from Hogwarts, Alice went on to become a professional herbologist, and she traveled the world in search of new and exotic plants. She also continued to play quidditch, and she was known throughout the wizarding world for her skills on the field.
Despite her success, Alice remained humble and grounded, and she was always eager to share her knowledge and skills with others. She continued to inspire young herbologists and quidditch players for many years to come, and her legacy lived on long after she had passed away.