Plot Timeline Apr 8, 2019 4:25:41 GMT
Post by ADMIN on Apr 8, 2019 4:25:41 GMT
1970 – 31 October 1981 - First wizarding war. Ministry and Order of the Phoenix victory. The disappearance of Voldemort and decline of the Death Eaters. Harry Potter declared the "Boy Who Lived."
1994-1995 - First Triwizard Tournament in decades at Hogwarts.
24 June 1995 - Voldemort returns. No subsequent tournaments have occurred due to the death of Cedric Diggory.
17 June 1996 - Official start of the second wizarding war.
2 May 1998 - The end of second wizarding war. Order of the Phoenix/Dumbledore's Army/allies victory. Death of Voldemort and defeat of Death Eaters.
May 1998 - Kingsley Shacklebolt becomes Minister of Magic.
1998-2000 - Massive reform of the Ministry. Ministry officials who knowingly and willingly went with Voldemort's ideologies during the time when the Ministry was under his control, mainly the Muggleborn Registration Commission, were sentenced to Azkaban.
After the war, most Voldemort followers were found and arrested. One notable figure to avoid arrest is Fenrir Greyback who starts a new pack of werewolves, The Trossachs.
Early 2010 - Fenrir Greyback is killed by Aurors.
A new pack leader takes his place and believes, like Greyback, that the werewolves need to continue contaminating and biting people so they can eventually take control of the wizarding world... but he wants this to happen at a much faster pace.
2010-2016 - More and more werewolf involved incidents take place. It feels like every week there are more articles featured around this growing number in the Daily Prophet.
People suspect this is due to the relaxed rules of Minister Shacklebolt who seems to adore werewolves and magical creatures. He reassures people that rogue werewolves are being caught and rehabilitated.
February 2016 -A werewolf student escapes during the full moon from the lockdown facility at Hogwarts due to a tampered with lock. This results in the death of three students (Charlotte Avery, Colleen Brennan and another student) and two students being bitten (Teresa Nottingham & Christophe Beaumont). They were returning from a extracurricular activity very late at night and walking in the first floor corridor when they were rampaged. Jack O'Connor heard the screams from their office and went running. He managed to knock out the werewolf and with the help of another professor, secured them back into the lockdown facility until morning.
The werewolf student and the two survivors of the attack were sent to St. Mungo's whilst the Ministry launched a full investigation to discover what happened. They discovered that Professor Elodie Mayers had been placed under the Imperius Curse and she was forced to tamper with the lock. Before they could question her, she was found face-down in the Black Lake.
People believe that the leader of The Trossachs were responsible for this attack. They are correct, however the Ministry did not have strong enough evidence to convict anyone.
March 2016 - Kingsley Shacklebolt is forced to step down. This is because he believes that the attack on Hogwarts was an accident. He refuses to implement harsher laws for werewolves, believing that this will only cause a bigger rift between werewolves and the wizarding community.
April-May 2016 - A vote takes place and Felix Avery becomes the new Minister for Magic. He personally stepped out to resolve this matter after losing his daughter, Charlotte Avery, in the attack.
July 2016 - As Hogwarts have proven not being able to provide safety for all students, werewolf students are no longer allowed to study at Hogwarts until the werewolf problem is dealt with.
2016-2017 - More laws restricting werewolves are enforced. People are now charge-free if they kill a werewolf that is outside their ‘transformation’ place and who isn’t using Wolfsbane as it would be counted as "self-defense."
August 2017 - The laws restricting werewolves continue to grow. Unimpressed from the fall out after the student werewolf attack at Hogwarts in 2016 and believing it is all The Trossachs leader's fault, Tyr Greyback (second in command) challenges him. He wins and becomes the new leader.
September 2018 - Current school year.
Early December 2018 - During a visit to Hogsmeade with his younger sister, Ariana, a sixth year student named Anthony Macmillan is attacked by a werewolf in their human form. He ends up in critical condition at St. Mungos and if he wakes up, he is no longer allowed to attend Hogwarts due to the uncertainty of any lupine side effects he may have gained in the attack. As a result of this attack, students are no longer permitted to visit Hogsmeade.
Mid-December 2018 - During Hogwarts annual Winter Ball, there is an attack on the students and faculty. This comes from Ariana Macmillan, Theo Nottingham and several other students who have werewolf siblings that were kicked out of Hogwarts. After being interviewed, these students are sent to St. Mungos to be kept under supervision by healers.
January 2019 - To prevent future events like what happened at the Winter Ball occurring, the Ministry of Magic has sent a Ministry Liaison officer, Hope Grimblehawk, to Hogwarts. Her role is to keep the students safe and to regularly communicate with the Auror Department on any information she finds out about werewolves. She will be listening closely to students conversations and she will be monitoring the student's letters to ensure all exchanges are kept appropriate, i.e. not focused around werewolves.
March 2019 - With the students from the Winter Ball still locked up in St. Mungos, The Trossachs decide to take action and invade the hospital. They rescue the students, causing mass chaos in the process. This leads to Wizengamot implementing the Medical Care Act 2019 which states: "Werewolves are exempt from national health care and may be refused treatment by medical practitioners, including hospitals and doctor offices."
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