Welcome to Magical Mayhem, an active future Harry Potter Roleplay celebrating nine years of magic! Set two hundred years after the books, we host a friendly and ever-growing community of original characters and talented writers. Join us TODAY!
“Idle hands are the devil's tools,” his mother always said and she was right. As he sat there his thoughts consumed him. What had been the final push? Why didn't he tell his parents about her drug problem when he found out himself? Why hadn't he saved her?
Forest felt like he had been breaking all the rules at school this year. Really, it had been the same few rules, but the number of times he and Thompson had broken them was certainly at conflict with the badge he wore around the school. Even though they had been hooking up for some time, they had never really gone public with things, keeping it to the dark corners where they did dark deeds.
Welcome to Magical Mayhem! Before beginning, please take the time to read our rules and check out the plot. Everything that involves rules can be found inside this board. We hope you enjoy your time here!
Sometimes it's a little hard to keep track of all of your threads. Here is the perfect place to post your list, whether you prefer to link to all of your works or just the ones that are currently active.
Feel like making a new character, but want somewhere to start? Check out our numerous character requests; every single one comes with built-in plots and connections, so getting started is that much easier.
Many members use roleplay ads with descriptions of their characters and the types of plots they're seeking to find new people to thread with. New members are encouraged to take a look, as it's a great way to get started and establish plots.
Do you have a plot in mind, but you need another character to write it out with? This is the place for you to put forth your ideas, or find other plots to get your characters involved in! Give any details you can, and you might just entice someone into joining that you would never have expected.
Everyone on MM has different ideas for how to best develop a character. Here you can share such things that you have found useful with other members, whether it's a questionnaire, a challenge, or something else!
Is there a vital part of your character's past that needs to be roleplayed out? Perhaps there's a future event planned, but you're anxious to get it started. This board allows you to write in the past and the future without the restriction of current events.
The Quidditch Cup is a big deal at Hogwarts. Every year, the teams from each house compete in marches for the coveted Quidditch Cup, which resides in the office of the winners' Head of House until the following term.
The dungeons are generally considered colder then the rest of the castle, ironically built alongside the warm basements. It is also rumored that parts of the dungeon are under the lake, and that lucky Slytherins can glimpse the giant squid swimming by their windows at night.
The basements house one of the warmest rooms in the building, although only a Hufflepuff would have the pleasure of knowing this. The basements may be beneath ground, but they are a very comfortable place to be.
The third floor might as well be known as the 'Dust Floor' because it has the ability to collect dust faster then the others. Some think it was a grouchy professor's attempt at making detentions more miserable, but no one knows or sure.
Rooms: Library, Trophy Room, Statue of Gunhilda of Gorsemoor
Next to the Ground Floor, this floor has the most mingling of houses due to the nature of the Unification Haven and the Dueling Chamber. Relax with a couple of your mates or beat them senseless, the choice is yours.
Rooms: Unification Haven, Howler Office, Dueling Club Chamber
Oddly one of the warmest floors in the castle due to the prefects bathroom being the floor below it. Depending on if the Cantis Choir happens to be rehearsing, it can be one of the most relaxing as well.
Rooms: Armor Gallery, Bard's Players Black Box, Choir Room
While most of the students seem to use the towers as a way to get away from the peering eyes of the professors, the spires are also great for looking out over the lovely scenery. If only they would stop snogging and appreciate it.
Towers: Astronomy Tower, North Tower, Owlery, Prefect Tower
The attacks on London in 2200 resulted in the original Ministry of Magic being destroyed, and many people lost their lives. The Ministry is now situated in Manchester beneath Picadilly Gardens. There are two entrances: visitors can enter through the alley beside the nearby clothing store, and staff can enter through the city tower. Visitors must surrender their wand to security upon entering the building, and can retrieve them when they leave.
Once a sleepy little village, Hogsmeade grew into a bustling town after the attacks of 2200 forced many businesses to relocate here. Though Diagon Alley has since been reopened, Hogsmeade remains the main center of wizarding business and industry in the United Kingdom.
Following the attacks of 2200, Diagon Alley was rebuilt to be the central hub of the wizarding world it used to be. Situated at the former location of Gringotts is a massive marble statue of a three wizards holding their wands to the sky, to pay homage to those who perished in the attacks.
Knockturn Alley was left relatively unscathed during the attacks on London in 2200, and today is a place few dare to approach. Most of the shops survived the attacks, and it remains an underground area for dark wizards.
London is one of the most populous cities in the United Kingdom. It was home to many landmarks such as the London Eye and Big Ben until the attacks of 2200 brought their destruction. Wizards in London are still recovering from the repercussions of these attacks.
There is more to the UK than just London. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a small nation compared to some and a huge nation compared to others. Populated by Muggles and wizards alike, it is a beautiful island nation to visit and quite the interesting place to live.
We have a handful of wonderful artists that would be happy to set aside time to make pretty new graphics for your character. Simply fill out the form located in the shop of the artist you choose, and wait patiently for them to work their craft!