So, who is Phoenixfur, anyway?
Here’s the story that I have made up about him…so far.
Nicked from “The Harry Potter Express”
Well, there is one founder of Hogwarts who was left out in the records of Hogwarts’s founding. His name was Phargi Phoenixfur. To start, Phargi was described as a man who makes you think of an elegant dragonfly. He has large brown eyes that are like two patches of dried blood. His fine, curly, ebony hair is neck-length and is worn in an impractical, carefully-crafted style. He has a graceful build. His skin is dark. His unusually short wand is simple, made of hornbeam, and has a core made of kelpie bone. He has a monkey as an animal companion.
Phargi met Godric Gryffindor, Helga Huffelpuff, Rowena Ravenclaw, and Salazar Slytherin when they invited him to help build a school for young wizards and witches. Many years later, when the Slytherins and the Gryffindors instigated their famed rivalry, Phargi and his students soon abandoned Hogwarts and went on to build Tritonblast Academy of Sorcery, Alchemy, & Mysticism in Belgium with three houses named Spiritpuff, Fairytail, & Wolffeather.
But the house of Phoenixfur remained at Hogwarts, and it was used to secretly teach any orphan who had magic and had not been allowed to attend Hogwarts. Upon the end of Deathly Hallows, the house of Phoenixfur was re-opened and the house was filled with many war orphans who just couldn’t fit into the other four houses.
But the fate of the Phoenixfur family has been shrouded in mystery and a certain boy wizard and orphaned girl must discover what happened to the Phoenixfur who remained and find the mysterious school of Tritonblast.
Will I get around to writing the story? Who knows!
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