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Castor is a pure-blood wizard. He wields a 12¼" Redwood, Demiguise Hair wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat.

About Me

For many lifetimes now, Castor and Pollux had been destined to live and die only to come back again in another form, another life. Try as they might - and Castor had tried - permanent death was not a luxury they were allowed. When one died, they simply lingered in the nothingness, waiting for the other to die also. And then they would be reborn in another body, and once they turned eleven all their old thoughts and memories would return. For one, it might be a gift. For Castor, it was his own personal hell.

Appearance: Standing tall at 6ft 2, Castor's form is the exact replica of his twins. He sports a messy mop of dark brown hair, his skin touched with just the hint of a tan. His grey eyes are fierce, generally glaring out from under strands of hair. Unlike his twin however, Castor tends to choose darker clothing, often black, usually jeans and a hoodie or t-shirt of some sort.

Personality: Castor prides himself on his knowledge above most else, enjoying the satisfaction he gains from each spell learnt, and each fact memorized. He likes to win and always be one up on people, and believes skill will aid him in this. Unlike the outgoing Pollux, Castor generally prefers to take a step back, choosing carefully who he will allow into his life. He is not rude, however, simply reserved, and a little more traditional than the modern easy-going personalities. He respects those who stand up straight and act accordingly, and will generally be withheld yet polite to those who approach him. He believes that you must be the best that is possible, and so is strict with his education, friends, and appearance, always making sure he puts on what he deems the best impression. That is not to say he never smiles, and with his brother he easily laughs and jokes around, simply that he thinks of himself as proper, and has a tendency to see only the bad in life.

That happens when you live too long.