Note to our visitors: Do not let the dates fool you. This is an active blog which is updated regularly and commented upon by a core group of participants who interact in and out of character (New and occasional participants are welcome to join in!). The posts are dated to maintain the timeline we’ve established in our own magical world set in the years following the Second Wizarding War and Voldemort’s downfall.
Welcome to Magic is Might Continues!
There are rules in every civilized society. I don’t know how “civilized” we would actually consider ourselves, but we are a society of sorts, and so…rules we shall have. Our rules are more like guidelines, actually. Read this post in its entirety. No one will feel any sympathy for you if you don’t and then you make an idiot of yourself by not following these guidelines. CONTINUE READING
In the wake of several disconcerting incidents involving Muggle students and families participating in the exchange programme between Hogwarts and Muggle school St. Amphibalus in St. Alban, Hertfordshire, Hogwarts has decided to end the programme immediately for reasons of safety. It is unclear at this time whether the programme will resume next year. Read the rest of this entry »
First of all, I apologize for not being around and my part in allowing MiMC to lapse. Things were going on in my life – personal and professional – that made me withdraw from a lot of activities, including our role play here.
I’ve missed all of you and the game and would be interested in reviving MiMC, if any of you are interested, too. Hopefully, most of you still receive notices when posts are made and will see this. Let me know what you think. Shall we?
Aoife Oddbody (known as Peggy Graves in the Muggle world)
After sorting first year students into their houses for nearly 1,000 years, the Hogwarts Sorting Hat has decided to retire. Read the rest of this entry »
Starting in Fall 2003, Hogwarts School will expand its curriculum in Muggle Studies to give students a more in depth understanding of non-magical society. Additional faculty have been hired to broaden the range of available course topics, and an optional study abroad component has been added for students who wish to experience and be fully immersed in the Muggle lifestyle. Read the rest of this entry »
Bell, Book & Candle Publishers are pleased to announce a special Valentine’s Day book reading by their newest author, Eammon Peabody-Smythe, who will share excerpts from his forthcoming memoirs. Read the rest of this entry »
After years of research, a St. Mungo’s Hospital obstetrics healer has discovered how to operate Muggle electronic equipment without Muggle power sources and the interference magic causes with its ability to function. This breakthrough will allow our society to make use of beneficial Muggle technology such as medical devices, computers, mobile telephones, and televisions. Read the rest of this entry »