Raven Gets Real: Breakups and Bouncing

It’s time yet again for an advice column, readers! (I’m excited too, believe me!) We’ve finally got some people seeking some of my sage wisdom, and I’m here to provide.

What should I do now that I quit TDP?

-Bob

Well, Bob, I’d have to say firstly, if you still love to write, join us here at the Quibbler! We’re always looking for friendly new faces to add to our team! (Yes, I know, shameless self-promoting going on here.) Now, if you’ve decided writing isn’t your cup of tea, there are plenty of other fun things to do around DA. You can spend tons of time doing and re-doing the quests (classes, Hagrid’s mine, and miscellaneous). If you’ve grown tired of that, as I have, then practice your building! You can get a plot from /plots and then type the command /plot auto. It’ll assign you the closest plot to the spawn point, and you can build to your heart’s content! If you’d rather be risky, then try building or exploring in survival world! The command to get there is /wild. Just remember: if you die in survival, you lose all your stuff. I recommend keeping your stuff in a safe place and marking down the coordinates of wherever you happen to settle down. Lastly, if that’s not something that sounds enticing, you can always check out the other clubs around Hogwarts! I’ve heard rumors that the Card Collectors Club is looking to start back up. Marauder’s Club might still be a thing (I’m not sure). There are also tons of other clubs that are unofficial and hosted by other players such as yourself (heck, maybe you can start a club of your own!). As you can see, there are so many things that you can do with your time! I hope you find something you enjoy. If not, you can always ask me for more advice! I’m always happy to help.




Why is there a bouncy machine in the courtyard? Is it a trick to get students to fall to their death? Please send help I’m scared.

-Steve

Steve, if I know anything about the staff of DA, it’s that they like their pranks. Honestly, that bouncy machine might very well be a trick. If you choose to use it, do so with caution. I can just imagine a prankster or two in spy mode watching as students bounce high, high up and plummet to their dooms on the hard stone courtyard, laughing all the while. Of course, there’s always the possibility that a kind member of staff placed it there as a kind treat for students to enjoy during the summer months. Perhaps we should be a bit less suspicious and take gifts at their face value? Nah, it’s most likely a trick. Good luck out there!

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