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RoguePierce is a pure-blood wizard. He wields a 14" Maple, Dragon Heartstring wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat. His favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and his .

About Me
"Do you have a family?"

Images flashed through his mind, the large mansion he grew up in, the family dinners and stiff formal attire. From the crisp language to the cold hearts, his family.

He had been set to inherit the fortune of one of the most wealthy and notorious pure-blood families. With a doting mother and a too proud father, he could do nothing wrong. There was nothing he couldn't have, nothing he wasn't capable of doing. Spoiled off Pumpkin Juice, smart and able bodied...he had been spoiled.

The day his owl came had been the worst day of his life. The memory turned his nose up, his lips curling into a scowl. Blood. And pain.

"They're dead." he'd always replied. Of course, it wasn't true. Not exactly. They were simply dead to him.



Rogue Pierce has a bit of an odd ball complex. Despite being raised in the limelight, he tries to keep a low profile. And although he enjoys the conversation and protection groups of peers present, he does not typically actively seek company. As much as any young boy, if not more, he enjoys trouble making and adventure taking. But he has to be careful, suspension is not an option. He has no where to go if not to school.

He's a rather large boy for his age, despite which its obvious he doesn't enjoy looking people in the eye. The action is not fearful or shy, simply respectful. Staring invites a challenge, and Rogue has no intentions of challenging anyone...so long as he is weaker than they.

The boys false quiet nature is simply attributed to his secrets. Rogue wasn't one who enjoyed lying, but he would if it meant safety. With his secret wrapped securely in the need for his potions, perhaps he could make it through Hogwarts unscathed. Or, more likely, with more enemies than friends.