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Welcome to Potions 201!

Please read the following announcements before joining the course.

1. If you have submitted an assignment for this course, do NOT send the grading staff a message asking when your work will be graded if less than a week has elapsed. If more than a week has elapsed, please contact Professor Draekon and provide your Grade ID for that assignment in your message.

2. If you have any questions about the course content, please reach out to any Professor's Assistant for Potions 201. A list of current PAs can be found on the right side of this page.

3. If you believe an assignment has been graded in error, please reach out to Professor Draekon or Andromeda Cyreus, and provide your Grade ID for that assignment in your message.

4. Suggestions, compliments and constructive criticism about the course are always appreciated. If you have any comments about Potions 201, please send an owl to Professor Draekon.

Welcome to Potions, Year Two! I hope that you enjoyed your rest between years. I have spent my summer vacation at conferences; I was fortunate enough to travel to the International Potions Symposium, which was hosted in Barcelona, Spain. The new discoveries are ever growing in the beautifully compl…
Today we will continue our discussion of ethics with a look at ingredients. I want all of you to take good notes in today's class, as the information provided is critical to your Potions education. Now, a number of legal and ethical questions arise when considering farming, harvesting and even simp…
I’m sure you have all noticed some of the cauldrons are looking rather overlarge today. This is due to an overzealous Fourth Year practicing Engorgement Charms in the last class. Which provides me with the perfect opportunity to warn you all that spellwork not related to potions is forbidden …
Welcome to your first lab of Year Two Potions, as well as your last class before the midterm. After the lab is complete, I will also go over a new, longer term project I would like you to start this week. But for now, onward to the lab and all that will come later. In your past Herbology lessons, …
Welcome, welcome, my young potioneers! In consideration of the rather hefty ongoing assignment I gave you following our last lesson, I thought I would take a step back and reflect on the mundane biological and physiological elements raised by our previous lab. I’d also like to briefly discuss…
I hope you find the scenery change to your liking as we begin today’s lesson. Please be kind to our friends flying about the room today, as they are quite fragile and delicate. They come to us complimentary from Professor Mitchell’s Third Year students, who have been kind enough to do e…
Welcome once again to the dungeons, my young and ever eager potioneers! As you have hopefully noticed at this point in the course, magic plays an important role - to put it mildly - in the chemical changes and reactions that occur within a potion during brewing. Some of these reactionsare caused by…
So sorry for the delay in getting things started today, class. In today's lesson, we will be completing your second lab of Potions, Year Two. We will be brewing what is known as the Swelling Solution, a potion that causes living tissue with which it comes in contact to swell and expand. The Swel…
Welcome to the close of Year Two of Potions! I hope you’ve enjoyed the year and feel as though you will be entering the next one with a deeper understanding of the discipline. In anticipation for Year Three, I actually thought I would dedicate this class to speaking a little bit about what we…
In Year Two, Potions students will delve more deeply into potioneering, theory, and will explore in greater detail how certain potions can impact a witch or wizard's biological processes.
Course Prerequisites:
  • PTNS-101

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