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Post by Guest on Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:54 pm

Fane had a thing for pranks and with the new term, he was freshly stocked up with gags and gizmos to make everyone around him life worse. He had discovered perhaps his favorite shop in the least likely place. Pandora's box in the darker alleyway he was far too scared to walk down the year prior and boy did he get some great deals when he went. His pockets were full of tricks and he was only too eager to get started with his pranks.

First years were going to be a blast, yet pea king firsties by telling bizarre stories took creativity and he was just dying to try some dung bombs. The library seemed popular enough for ickles and even other unsuspecting victims. He snatched a stool and hide behind a bookshelf where he knew people were on the other side, noses buried in books. He stood on the stool to give himself height and pulled out a few books to peer through. His hand went to his pocket, grabbing a handful of dungbombs and readied them for release. That's when he noticed he had an audience. Some girl had caught him in the act. He brought a finger to his lips and hoped she got the idea. If she interupted him, she'd be next on the list to prank.

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Post by Guest on Sat Oct 19, 2013 12:28 am

Pandora's Box was Fiona's favourite shop. She may have only been able to get one prank from it last year but it'd been worth it. Even better was the unsuspecting student who'd ended up falling for her stuck coin trick. It was an old gag but it was amazing how many could still fall for something like that. Best of all mum couldn't detect her having any contraband in her school luggage. It was just a little unfortunate that this year she would have to rely on her ingenuity due to mum finding out about that shop and making it near impossible for Fiona to get anywhere near the place.

Already she'd managed very well with one rumour regarding her sister as well as a ball of string which mum hadn't questioned her on when checking her trunk. Fiona may not have put the second into action yet but she was just waiting until the vampire rumour had died down. In the meantime she was at a bit of a loose end and was half afraid she would end up falling back on something awful like reworking one of her haphazard essays.

She moved through the shelves of the library because of her sheer boredom and stopped still as she watched a classmate pulling some books out. It didn't look like he intended to take them away to read so she leaned against a bookcase and silently watched. A smile began to curve upwards on her face as she watched him pull some dungbombs out of his pocket. It was one of the cruder pranks but this was better than nothing. Then he noticed her and put a finger to his lips. Silently she returned his command with a nod before stepping silently forward. Carefully she pulled some books out of the shelf as well and peered through. Her smile broadened as she caught sight of what she suspected were the unsuspecting victims.

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Post by Guest on Fri Nov 08, 2013 1:44 pm

His eyes panning from his subjects to his audience, Fane was hesitant to let the dungbombs drop before he knew what the girl's intentions were. He was a frequent enough flyer of detention for it to no longer bother him, if she desired to tell a professor on him, but if she'd rather warn his target, then his fun would be all for nought. She had nodded, but was suddenly coming closer to him, which made him pause. Maybe she was just telling him off for his dumb prank, but instead it turned out that she just wanted a better view. Fane gave a lopsided smirk to her before turning back to the unsuspecting victims and threaded his arm through the opening in the shelves and held his fist above the pair. He counted to three and then simply opened his hand and let them drop.

His arm quickly retreated and his face took the place of where it was, pinching his nose so the show wouldn't be ruined by the stench. He had to stifle his laughter as the dungbombs popped open on the heads of the younger students and immediately they let out a scream. The filth contained inside them spilled out and tangled in their hair and the sounds of shock that the two victims were making covered up his laughter. "Shhh! You guys, this is a library!" He said to them, positive that neither would hear him over their own voices. He should've kept his mouth shut, though, for suddenly a professor was standing behind him, a scowl on their face and Fane could just smell the detention coming. "Hello, Professor." He said nervously, but wasn't about to give up just yet. "These two were just playing with some dungbombs and things got out of hand," He lied, and then looked towards the girl to get some sort of help, for if she at least agreed, maybe he'd get out of detention.

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Post by Guest on Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:12 pm

Fiona returned his smirk and blocked her nose with her thumb and finger ready for the fun to begin. Watching unsuspecting victims getting hit with dungbombs may not be one of the more subtle forms of pranking but it sure was funny. The only drawback besides having to block your nose was making sure you didn't burst out laughing in the process. Yet somehow she managed.

Having had her fill of amusement she began to return the books she'd removed from the shelf. There was still one book in her hand as a professor came bearing down on them. Detention was not how she planned to have her fun end so Fiona was more than willing to back Fane up. "Yes professor. It's completely true. I was just looking for something for my homework and saw the whole thing for myself." She held up the book in her hand and only just noticed the subject matter was not covered in the second year curriculum. Why did they have to be down the arithmancy aisle? It wasn't even a subject she planned to do next year. The book was quickly lowered again. "I accidentally walked down the wrong aisle," she amended. "It's supposed to be for my astronomy essay." Arithmancy and Astronomy sounded similar for it to sound plausible didn't they?

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