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MarcusWhite is a pure-blood wizard. He wields a 11" Ash, Phoenix Feather wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat.

About Me

Height: 6'0"
Build: Average, lightly muscled.
Hair: Light blonde colour, exceedingly untidy and swept over to the left side of his face.
Eyes: Sky blue
Extra: Has a light scar running down the side of his face, beginning at his cheek and ending at his jaw bone.
Clothes: Usually seen wearing a grey trench coat, that sweeps down to the back of his legs, on top of a plain black shirt, with jeans and a pair of black and white shoes.

Bio: (So far)

Marcus belongs to a long line of pure blood wizards, proud and noble his line wore the title of pure-blood with ease, that was until the the rise of the dark lord, many years before his time. His mother and father chose to oppose Voldemort and were branded blood traitors by their kin, cutting all ties to those that they knew were in league with the Dark lord they fled into hiding and eventually came to be a part of the resistance, smuggling muggle born witches and wizards across the borders to places where Voldemort's influence wasn't as prominent. After the defeat of Voldemort, the two settled down and raised a son.

On his eleventh birthday, Marcus received a letter from Hogwarts telling him he had been accepted into their establishment and when the time came he arrived at the gates of the Great hall among the other anxious first years, and as his father and all those before him, he was sorted into the great house of Gryffindor.

During his fourth year, Marcus had an encounter with a foul beast of the night, a creature bound by blood and moonlight, a werewolf. From this encounter he has received the affliction of lycanthropy and seeks to hide this fact from all others.

Marcus has recently graduated from Hogwarts with an average of 'Exceeds expectations' in most areas of his study, and has recently taken up an internship as an Unspeakable in the 'Department of mysteries'.