He’s always fond of everything in the Wizarding World, and the Tournament really catches his attention. He’s always been one curious individual who actually won’t mind wasting more of his already preserved energy just to satisfy his curiosity. Reading about the past Triwizard Tournament and all of its tasks did strike a ridiculous idea on his head to participate, even though he was hesitant at first but then dragons, mermans, sphinx, acromantula, wow look at all the creatures he could encounter
up close and dangerous, in a relatively safe environment, even. Eventually the boy gave in to the growing curiosity. So, yolo.
His other reason of participating is that he views the Triwizard Tournament as a perfect place where he can challenge himself, a place where he can find out one’s true capabilities that can’t be measured with grade alone. If chosen, he would like to see how far his current ability can get him and to hone his skills along the way. For him, experience is what really matters.
2) What are your character's strengths? Describe at least 2 using at least 2 sentences.
He is one of the talented students –particularly with spells—and is gifted with high intelligence. Combined with his calm and calculating nature, he is able to think clearly without letting the pressure of the situation cloud his judgment. His unusual way of thinking also put him in advantage; he likes to experiment with spells, and might just try to combine them to create his own offensive style of magic, and sometimes he can think of the best use for a spell that doesn’t seem to be useful. His physical ability can be considered as above average, so he won’t have that much problem doing tasks that requires physical strength
like running away for his life when the situation calls for it.
3) What are your character's weaknesses? Describe at least 2 using at least 2 sentences.
His major weakness is that he lacks the drive to win, unless pushed to a certain extent. He will most likely to choose to save his life over securing his victory. Sure, he would give it his all if chosen to participate, but he won’t do it just to win. Another one of his weakness is that while having the height advantages, he too had to suffer from the disadvantages. It would be difficult for him to stay out of sight, especially with that height. The other weakness is that he can be too logical sometimes and this might lead him to make a rather ruthless decision.
4) Why do you think the Goblet should choose your character?
Why indeed-To be honest, there is no particular reason why the goblet should really choose him, because he doesn't have the desire to win since he desires something else from the Tournament. But if one should give a reason, is that the thing he desires from the Tournament, he strongly desires. He also knows himself very well. He doesn’t underestimate nor overestimate his own ability. He knows what’s best for himself and that he shouldn’t put his life on the line for something like this… and of course, he is yet to know the weight of carrying the school pride on his back...
5) Your preferred month(s) of participation? (November/February/May. Leave blank if you have no preference.)
character belongs to me
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