Penname: Pixichik118 [Contact]
Real name: Alyssa
Member Since: 03/18/05
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Alyssa



Favorite characters: Fred, and George Draco Harry
Favorite to write: Hermione, then Draco
Favorite Pairings: Harry/Draco Harry/Hermione Harry/Ron Harry/George Harry/Fred lol
Favorite Passtimes: Singing, Writing, Making Banners/Digital Manipulation, reading (romance) fics, avoiding doing homework :D
Writing Style: usually sentimental, focusing on emotion and details, stories expressing dilemmas, conflict within the protagonist.

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Which wand will yours be?



10 1/2 inches, cedar and floo powder, a strange Gregorovitch combination indeed! You've been bitten bad by the travel bug, and change is the name of your game. A true wanderer, you can't stay long in one place and wish to travel the world. Take this quiz!






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