Discussion One- Lesson/Assignment 2

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Discussion One- Lesson/Assignment 2

Post by Amanda Summers » Sun Feb 11, 2018 4:17 am

1) Do you think that Auror history may have gone back all the way to the dawn of time? do you think perhaps they might have been some kind of squad or group of trained wizards to take on dark wizards? History only of Auror only dates back to the 1970's when Voldermort's supporters were just starting to come out. Was he the only dark wizard of all time? Was the wizarding world intact before Tom Riddle turned dark? (5 points)

2) Do you feel Auror's should hold a rightful name to the Wizarding World? should we bother with the long grousam training when look what Lord Voldermort has caused even despite the Auror's fighting for protection of all Wizards and Witches? (5 points)


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Re: Discussion One- Lesson/Assignment 2

Post by Iverian Gnash » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:16 pm

1) Definitely! I think that there’s been good an evil for as long as time has gone on. With that, there have always been people who are willing to stand up to the Dark and those who want to harm others. I don’t believe that there was a particular group of people labeled “dark wizard catchers” or anything but there were definitely small groups of people who would ban together at times of need to defend themselves and others. Well, we know there was Grindelwald, so Lorrd Voldemort was definitely not the only dark wizard in history, but besides Grindelwald, I’m sure there were at times evil people who wanted to harm others as there always have been. To answer the last question, I don’t believe the Wizarding world was entirely intact at all before Lord Voldemort. As I previously pointed at, there was, of course, Grindelwald and before that others who would turn the Wizarding world into chaos.
2) Yes, I believe that Aurors should hold a rightful name to the Wizarding world. They defend us every day. I believe that we should put aurors through the long training in times of mostly peace, but when we are in a war, our aurors need to be trained quicker than usual, so they can’t go through the same training that everyone else goes through.
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