|Elizabeth Aurora Dweedle|
|Portrayed By||Amy Lee|
|Place of Birth||London, England|
|Date of Birth||September 30, 1978|
Before you is a young woman with long raven hair that tapers off at the small of her back in natural waves. Long locks shimmer with midnight blue highlights that frames her pale face. A slender nose is the center piece of her smooth face. Separating her bright, sky blue eyes accented by long black eyelashes, hidden slightly behind wire, round-rimmed glasses. Below her nose is a pair of full, soft lips that reveal white teeth when she smiles. The curvature of her chin leads to her slender, strong neck.
Slender, womanly shoulders lead gracefully downwards, holding the uniformly black cloak bearing the house badge on her right shoulder. A soft grey sweater covers her full chest, trimmed with deep blue and shimmering bronze along the collar. Just underneath the sweater is a clean white dress shirt, buttoned with pearly buttons with a navy blue and bronze tie knotted under the collar, tucked between the dress shirt and dark grey sweater. The cotton material of the sweater covers her arms, the deep blue and bronze hem hinting with the lean build, leading to feminine hands with slender fingers and pale, natural fingernails.
Her flat, lean stomach curves naturally under the grey sweater, the deep navy and shimmering bronze hem covering over the tails of the white dress shirt beneath it. The smooth curve of hips hold the soft material of matching grey, pleated skirt, the hem brushing just an inch above the knee. Her lean, sculpted legs move gracefully as she walks, calves defined beneath soft, pale skin. Leading to small feet within black shoes with enough of a heel to accent her legs.
On September 30th, 1978, Christine Dweedle gave birth to a little girl in the heart of London England, a ray of sunshine on a dark and stormy day. Born to a simple shopkeeper and owner of simple bookstore Dweedle's Wheedles, located in lower Diagon Alley, and since her birth, her parents Arthur and Christine Dweedle loved and cherished their daughter. There wasn't a day Elizabeth Aurora Dweedle wasn't surrounded by literature and knowledge. Being taught something new everyday about the world of magic around her, she showed amazing talent at a very young age, absorbing everything that was offered to her like a sponge. Even proving her amazing talent at the tender age of six when a customer came into the bookstore one drizzly day in March. He possessed a one of a kind book that was handed down through his family, a diary of an ancestor, though no one could read it because it was written in a strange language no one knew. None of the words made any sense and none appeared to be words from other languages. With a glance, the little girl said that the reason no one could read it because the Cipher Disc was missing, proclaiming that the diary was written in a simple Polyalphabetic cipher.
When her invitation to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry arrived, Elizabeth was reading through at least a book a day, regardless if it was fiction or nonfiction. Challenged daily with a wide range ciphered documents by her parents, her knowledge of runes for an eleven year old girl was well beyond average, possibly making her a prodigy in the field. Receiving the letter to Hogwarts, her parents were delighted, beaming as they gave her hugs and excited exclamations of how much fun school will be with other students, saying the Hogwarts is the best wizarding school to go to and how proud they were. Though she did know about Hogwarts, she held onto her reserved skepticism of other children, having never quite understood other kids her age or how to talk and interact them. Having always lived in the second story home above Dweedle's Wheedles, Ollivander was only minutes away, knowing the storekeeper Mr. Ollivander on friendly terms, measured for a eleven inch wand made of Chestnut with a gryffon feather core. And on the day she and her parents stood on Platform 9 3/4, her packed trunks waiting beside her, her eyes looked at Hogwarts Express with some apprehension. Being the first time to be away from her parents or her beloved bookstore for such a long period of time, the concept itself made the girl anxious. The moment an important one for her as she took her first step onto the train and ventured to the enchanted, mysterious castle by the name of Hogwarts.
Sorted instantly into Ravenclaw the moment the Sorting Hat touched her raven head, Elizabeth looked forward to what Hogwarts has to offer. Studying and reading constantly, she spent most of her time in the library her first and second years of school, sparing time on little else, as nothing else seemed to be as important to her. Because of this, other students view her as an odd one out, unapproachable, and peculiar, off putted by her vast knowledge for a girl her age. Even those in her own house find her loner personality a strange one. And to those that did approach her, she was very to the point, seeming to have little interest in socializing. It wasn't unusual to her, knowing no other way of being friendly, but the puzzle that is her schoolmates was low on the priority list of mysteries that need solutions. It was her third year of school that signified to be an important one, being allowed electives, Ancient Runes was the cornerstone to the rest of her classes, building into her much anticipated current elective, Wizarding Literature.
Elizabeth is a very reclusive bookworm, usually blunt and to the point with those that approach her. I'm hoping for character development. For that one person that is stubborn enough to break through her slightly sarcastic shell.
I have included her description, though she usually has her hair up in a french braid more often than not.
Elizabeth carries around a well worn copy of Advanced Rune Translation with her at all times. It was a special birthday present from her parents on her eleventh birthday after being accepted into Hogwarts. Her interest in runes has also branched into other languages and currently she is teaching herself how to speak German and French.
The moment he laces his fingers through hers, Liz's sky blue eyes flick to their hands, frowning some with confusion as he grins to himself. She returns it with an odd look before releasing a breath and shaking her head to herself. "Either a variable has shifted or I am more unfamiliar with social customs than I originally thought."
Trivia and Notes:
Logs & Events
Alice approaches Elizabeth with curious questions.
|Alice and Elizabeth|
|12||Fools in Love
Snape introduces the students to the darker side of Amortentia.
|Alice, Elizabeth, Harry, Hermione, Julian, Mei, Melissa, Ophelia, Rene, Ron, Siobhan, and Snape|
|15||Mysteries of Men
A few girls end up talking about the complicated mixed signals of men.
|Alice, Elizabeth, Ginny, and Melissa|
|October 16, 1994||Elizabeth's Journal 1.1
Elizabeth's Journal 1.2
|November 1994||Elizabeth's Journal 2.1
Elizabeth's Journal 2.2