Gideon and Alcestis Avery lead a small, almost cult-like group of followers. On the surface, they appear to be very benevolent and generous individuals. It isn’t uncommon to see them making donations to St. Mungo’s or Hogwarts. However, if one were to actually attend one of their groups, they would find the teachings to be less than heartwarming. The Avery family lost a lot during the previous wizarding wars in service to Lord Voldemort. But rather than take time for reflection on values and change their ways, the family has passed their pureblood supremist views down through the generations.
They hate anyone who is muggleborn, and blame them for the state of the wizarding world, which they believe is substandard now that blood purity no longer matters in society. The Avery’s have gathered a group of like-minded individuals together and formed a church of sorts. They preach and spread their views. The occasional act of terrorism has been attempted—but thwarted—by some of their followers.
Led by their patriarch Erasmus Burke, the Burke family runs much like the mafia. They utilize the connections they built during the prior wizarding wars and a thug-like rule to maintain their standing in the darker corners of the wizarding world. While they aren’t exactly quiet about the questionable nature of their operations, they are very good about making sure that any actual law breaking is done by people that aren’t directly blood related to them who can easily be intimidated into silence.
This keeps the Ministry suspicious, but unable to actually pin them for any crimes. The Burke’s aren’t so much worried about blood purity—though they will certainly promise to preserve it if they feel it suits their interests—they are more about furthering their own personal family, and supporting those who serve them, than they are concerned with actual blood lines.
Dorea Rosier is the matriarch of the Rosier family line. While she has always been a blood purist, she is not above recruiting muggleborns and halfbloods to do her dirty work, so long as they know their place. Her whole empire is built on smuggling dark artifacts and creatures. She isn’t above getting her own hands dirty, or those of her family, but she engages in subterfuge and memory charms when necessary.
In her mind she, her family, and their contacts, are fighting for freedom of choice. She believes individuals should be allowed to practice the Dark Arts if they so choose and finds the Ministry to be an oppressive organization that silences that freedom. However she’s intelligent enough to know that outright stating so would be enough to get her and her family a one way trip to Azkaban. So she bides her time and enables those who would practice Dark Magic.
The three families are in constant competition to become the new leaders of a world they wish to see come to fruition. They will work together when their goals align, but will readily stab one another in the back should they feel it necessary. Things have been building slowly in the years since Voldemort’s demise, but now they are about to come to a head…
In addition to the canons that are necessary for the plot to advance, we have a whole range of canons (plus more on the way) from families like the Shacklebolts, the Abbotts, the Changs, the Shafiqs, and many more! These canons will also play a part in the site plot to as high, or low, a degree as the writer chooses since the plot does not revolve around them, but would very much impact their daily lives.
Tobias is cocky, a little vain, and very stubborn. He is highly intelligent and likes to see things done his way. While at work he is very professional, yet those who know him will find him to be rather morally grey. A bit domineering at times, he found a true match in Dorea, who enjoyed challenging him at every opportunity. It's a love-hate relationship between those two. While they both have feelings for one another, they also both resent the actions each has done. He cannot find it in himself to be okay with murder--even when it meant saving his life. Dorea cannot let go of her hubris enough to believe that she could have been found out by the Ministry through any means but her lover's betrayal. As a result, the two have far too much unfinished business to truly be rid of one another.
Kingsley Shacklebolt II
The great-grandson of Kinsley Shacklebolt, former Minister of Magic, has always aspired to be just like his great grandfather. Unfortunately for him, however, he didn't have what it took to be an Auror. Instead, his sister got that honor. Though he is proud of her, he is quite envious and it has put a strain on their previously strong relationship. Kingsley still aspires to follow in his great-grandfather's footsteps however, and eyes a position as Minister for Magic someday.
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