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DaciaLupita is a half-blood witch living in The streets, for now. She wields a 12" Chestnut, Unicorn Hair wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat. Her favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and her favorite Harry Potter character is Bill Weasley.

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Camp Wolfe: A safe habitat for underage werewolves of Britain and Scotland. Happy magical households are no place for werewolf children; they can cause unnecessary stress and are harder to train than other children. The children themselves can be a danger to themselves and to others, and require much more labor than most parents/caregivers can handle, what with the stress of other children and the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There is an easy solution to all of that madness, and it comes at a very low price!
Camp Wolfe is a camp for werewolf children ages five to seventeen. For the meager price of 45 galleons, your werewolf child will be taken care of until he/she is of age. The children are well cared for, with a dining hall that feeds up to 300 persons at a time, an educational centre to teach them all they need to know in life, and werewolf-safe cabins where they will spend their full moons. At Camp Wolfe, these children will not be a danger to anyone in thier individual silver-lined cells (five per cabin). A Ministry-certified Healer specifically trained in Lycanthropic magic is on hand for any child sore after their transformation, as well. Camp Wolfe is the right choice for all parents faced with a Werewolf child.

Five children living in cramped cells lay on their cots in the small cabin. Two boys, eight and ten, and three girls, eight, eleven, and thirteen, shiver under thin sheets. One is coughing. The cells are dirty, and rats are their only visitors. The bars hurt their hands, and there is no windows, no light, and nobody to talk to, as they receive harsh punishments for speaking out of turn, even to each other. There are armed wizards standing guard outside the cabin doors. Dacia, eleven years old, lays awake on her hard, uncomfortable cot, staring up at the ceiling. She's been here for four, almost five years, living, friendless, in poor conditions, underfed and dirty. This is life in Camp Wolfe.