How much fun does that look? I know at least one other family who is into that kind of stuff like we are. This is gonna be fun.
Tiny snippet for the lazy people who won't click the link:
Potions, Charms, and Spells
(I will be adding these daily)
First year students will learn many skills that will be important for potion making, as well as some simple potions, charms, and spells.
Your teacher will supply you each day with instructions for this class so that you do not do something foolish by working ahead. You must keep a journal to record what you have done (including ingredients, procedures, spells, chants, wand motions etc) and what you have hopefully learned.
Study well, as knowledge of potions and charms is a powerful weapon against dark forces!
Potion 1: Goblin Slobber
Goblin slobber is a potion which is particularly effective against being followed through woods and caves. Just drip some goblin slobber on the path behind you and anything that is chasing you will be driven away.
You will need:
One flask of water
¼ measure instant goblin slobber(dehydrated)
1 full measure Manticore milk
1 full measure water
3 drops goblin blood
Cauldron (mixing bowl will do if you have not yet received your cauldron)
Your wand, of course.
- Rehydrate the goblin slobber:Pour the instant goblin slobber into the flask of water. Stir briskly with wand to dissolve while chanting “soluloso aqualitem.” Repeat until fully dissolved.
- Into the manticore milk pour the measure of water and the goblin blood and stir, repeating incantation.
- The final step is to pour the two solutions into the cauldron and stir well chanting “goblinatum sloberosum.” You may need to adjust the quantities, so add them slowly.
(Note to professors: muggles will know these ingredients by different names. Instant goblin slobber= borax. Manticore milk= Elmer’s glue. Goblin blood= green food coloring. flask=quart, measure=cup)