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Death Eaters, Dark Wizards,
The Aurors are an organisation devoted to fight The Dark Lord/Lady and their followers, the Death Eaters. The identity of the current Head Auror is Skystone as of February 2015. They are under command from the Ministry, and current Minister of Magic Murrawhip. Most Aurors are either light wizards or fair wizards.
- 1 History
- 2 Previous Head Aurors
- 2.1 Thasotus
- 2.2 Dion
- 2.3 Amber
- 2.4 Max Quickstaff
- 2.5 Sara Whoop
- 2.6 Thasotus
- 2.7 Bob Ashendale
- 2.8 Zane Arex
- 2.9 Dylan
- 2.10 Kozu Whoop
- 2.11 Roxas
- 2.12 Malokh
- 2.13 Murrawhip
- 2.14 Jace
- 2.15 Lavender
- 2.16 Ezekiel Fenix
- 2.17 Vengeful Kyo
- 2.18 Severus
- 2.19 Avery
- 2.20 Murrawhip (2)
- 2.21 Lavitiz
- 2.22 Rotem
- 2.23 Ian
- 2.24 Julian
- 2.25 Leah
- 2.26 Dazzler
- 2.27 Kole
- 2.28 Christa
- 2.29 Hodor
- 2.30 Kole (2)
- 2.31 Molo
- 2.32 Skystone
- 2.33 Zach
- 2.34 Brandon
TWC began in 2005. The Aurors were founded in mid-2005 by Thasotus and Lion. Thasotus took Head Auror position whilst Lion took the Co-Head position. Lion and Thas began disputing about the correct way to run the Aurors, which led to the downfall of the first 2 Head Aurors; Thasotus and Dion. Lion believed very much in fighting and is said to be one of TWC's greatest duelists of all time. He believed in thoroughly training his members in combat, being proud of them and being an inspiring leader.
After the removal of Dion from Head Auror, Lion, who at the time was Head of the Order, still had very much control over the Auror clan. He nominated Amber, a prefect, to be Head Auror. Once she was promoted to Head Auror in January 2007, the pair collaborated on the battlefront (Aurors & Order vs Shadow Clan vs DE). The Head Death Eater at this time was Deathflash, a powerful dark wizard who was in an on-going feud with Lion - Demonic also was an enemy of Lion's. The Head of the Shadow Clan was Lord Xioshen. This was a very active time for clans. In May 2007, Amber became Transfiguration Professor and dropped her role as Head Auror. Max Quickstaff succeeded her.
In July 2007, Amber was fired by Ragnarok HGM because she went on vacation. Amber tried to return to the Aurors but was not accepted by Max Quickstaff, so she turned to the Death Eaters. In early 2008, the Order of the Pheonix fell and Lion disliked Max Quickstaff. Due to this, Lion also turned to the Death Eaters, where he plotted to overthrow Deathflash. Deathflash soon discovered these plans and fired Lion, who would eventually return to the Aurors. During this time Demonic and Deathflash had a falling-out which resulted in Demonic being banned for months. Deathflash promoted Amber to Co-Head Death Eater while Demonic was absent.
More information is required for the period during and between the Max Quickstaff era - the Roxas era.
Max Quickstaff's Co-Head Joe became angry with member Sara Whoop, suspecting that she was a spy due to her sister being Death Eater Chrissy Black. Joe became inactive, and Sara became Co-Head. Max eventually retired, handing Sara position as Head Auror in April 2009 - her Co-Head was Zero.
Sara Whoop became under attack from founders Thasotus and Lion about her handling of the Aurors, spreading rumours that members had been complaining about her leadership - though, these 'complaining Aurors' were never truely identified. Head Master Tobias stepped in, and after a long discussion, an 'agreement' was set. The agreement was that Sara would step down to Thasotus and Lion, making them Head and Co-Head Auror respectively, whilst Sara maintained her role in a lower rank. However, this was not the case when Sara put Thas and Lion's names in the ranks as she was fired then neglected from the Aurors.Malokh became Head Auror in August 2010. He became banned in November 2011, so Murrawhip took over this role, eventually being succeeded by the trio-combination of Riku, Lavender and Jace. Riku was never in the central-role as Lavender and Jace were very much in control. Lavender and Jace both had their own independent eras, which came to an end in July 2011 when Ezekiel Fenix took over. Julian was appointed Co-Head Auror, who was a powerful dark wizard trained by former Head Auror Brett Black. The Ezekiel Era began quite powerfully, with notable members still active such as Lavender, Jace, Julian, Vengeful Kyo, Riku and Casimir.
Though, it fizzled out towards the end of the era, with complaints from both Ezekiel and the members. Vengeful Kyo took over Head Auror role in January 2012. Vengeful Kyo lost many members and it is said that his era was the turning point for the Auror clan. Kyo, with Jace as his Co-Head and Julian close to the leadership, began training their new era members which included Zen, Aurora, Joshy and Severus. Due to a disapproval in some of the leadership tactics, Jace left in April 2012. Kyo's new Co-Head was Severus, who was trained in terms of dueling by Joshy initially, but later on others including Natwolfy, BioHaZard, Julian and Kyo himself - showing that Severus had the roots of Auror dueling ancestry leading back to Lion and Dreadline. Severus and Joshy were also previously leaders in a low-level clan who were anti-Auror and anti-Death Eater, called "The Brotherhood", which gave them some leadership experience in TWC.
Kyo became inactive due to external projects with Julian and fellow Auror Lavitiz, leaving Severus with the responsibility of taking on the Head Auror role in his absence. Severus continued to train himself and fellow Aurors, constantly recruiting and setting up new schemes to develop the clan. In May 2012, Kyo retired from his position and stepped down to Severus. Severus's new Co-Head was Avery, with Joshy working close to the leadership in the same role that Julian had once played. ] With fear that the Aurors were becoming second choice to the Death Eaters due to students siding the DE during debates and battle, Severus took a group of 8 Aurors to Hogwarts and gave a speech in an attempt to switch the student preference - he also held there a question and answer session, as well as motivating non-clan affiliated students to become future Aurors. In July 2012, Avery took over Head Auror after Severus had to leave TWC.
Avery's reign somewhat weakened the Aurors. Many members left including Lueroi, Edward, Mutig Dudocs and Bryan. The leadership did not involve any training or confrontation, and that perhaps Avery was not ready to take over such a pressuring role. Avery had few supporters, though it was a clan majority that voted him out of the Head Auror position in August 2012. Murrawhip then took over with a more dictator-like approach - with former Head Auror and DADA Professor Severus assisting him as Co-Head. Murrawhip was absent as a Head Auror leaving Severus as acting Head.
In September 2012, before a large server shut down, Murrawhip left the Head Auror duties. The identity of the last Head Auror was unknown. It was later revealed to be Lavitiz.
At the reopening of The Wizard's Chronicles on 12 April 2013, much speculation as to who the next Head Auror would be was circulating. Many worthy candidates were suggested, with the favorite thought to be Ian. Two weeks after the opening, it was announced that the Ministry had appointed Rotem as the new Head Auror - she had hired a large population of players as Aurors. The general consensus was that this was an unfavorable decision, considering Rotem's history of dark wizardry and had previously been rumored to be one of the rare Dark Lady's (Head Death Eater).
Rotem hired much of the population and raided an inferior Death Eater clan's HQ on a regular basis. The Death Eaters fired back as the new Dark Lord assembled a short-term squad to see off the powered Auror clan. However, Rotem resigned no more than two weeks in to her era, leaving Ian the Head Auror spot.
The battle goes on.
Previous Head Aurors
This is a list of the previous Head Aurors. This is not a complete list, there are more to be added, including Brett Black, Demonic, Lucifer, Zane Arex, Sacharry/Dylan, Kozu and Roxas.
Thasotus was the first Head Auror, beginning mid 2005. Thasotus focused on the intel operations and kept himself to himself, keeping his members close to him to be sure information was not leaked. Due to some of these attributes, it is said that Thasotus was not a great leader of the Aurors. Thas and Lion often argued about how to run the Auror clan, which led to Lion leaving to start the Order of the Pheonix and, eventually, Thas stepping down to Dion in April 2005.
Dion was a Hufflepuff long-serving Auror when he was promoted to HA in April 2006. In December 2006, Amber was appointed his Co-Head Auror. Lion, then the Head of the Order of the Pheonix clan, disliked the fact that Dion was running the clan that he had co-founded, and launched a campaign against Dion's Head Auror status. In January 2007, under pressure from staff and students, Dion quit, leaving Head Auror role with Amber who was nominated specifically by Lion.
Amber was promoted to Head Auror in January 2007, succeeding Dion, after being nominated by Lion himself. Although, at the time it was impossible to juggle prefect and Transfiguration Professor at the time, so Amber eventually declined the Head Auror position in May 2006. Her successor, Max Quickstaff, declined the opportunity to have Amber back in to the Aurors in July 2007. Amber went on to become Head Death Eater.
In May 2007 Max Quickstaff became Head Auror.
More information required about Max Quickstaff's era beginning 2007.
Approximate 2009 Era Max Quickstaff was a Head Auror who kept himself to himself, an intelligent HA that gave orders when necessary. His Co-Heads were cousins Joe and Zero. Joe was slightly ill-tempered should you get on his bad side and Zero was orderly though kind and approachable. Max Quickstaff became inactive and announced retirement, stepping down to Sara Whoop.
More information required about Max Quickstaff.
In April 2009 Sara Whoop became Head Auror following the retirement of Max Quickstaff. With Joe inactive and Zero unable to commit, Sara was made Head Auror with Zero as her Co-Head. This was an active time period for the DE, who kept their leader's identity secret to the Aurors, making it difficult. Although the Death Eaters dominated during the Sara Era, the Aurors at this time were very much a family and close to each other.
Sara Whoop became under attack from founders Thasotus and Lion about her handling of the Aurors, spreading rumours that members had been complaining about her leadership - though, these 'complaining Aurors' were never truely identified. Head Master Tobias stepped in, and after a long discussion, an 'agreement' was set. The agreement was that Sara would step down to Thasotus and Lion, making them Head and Co-Head Auror respectively, whilst Sara maintained her role in a lower rank. However, this was not the case when Sara put Thas and Lion's names in the ranks as she was fired then neglected from the Aurors.
Thasotus became Head Auror for the 2nd time in TWC history after forcing out Sara Whoop. Lion was his Co-Head.
It is thought the Aurors went downhill from this point, with the family-like bond slowly breaking down, and inactivity from both Thas and Lion lead to failure.
More information is required for the Thasotus 2nd reign
More information is required for the period during and between the Thas (2) era - the Roxas era
More information is required for the Bob Ashendale era.
More information is required for the Zane Arex era.
Dylan (now known as Sacharry), brother of Casimir and Kyle, was voted Head Auror. Dissatisfying some members, Dylan did not stay HA for too long.
Kozu Whoop was Head Auror for exactly one hour. He quit, Roxas became Head Auror.
Roxas is thought to be one of the greatest Head Aurors in the history of TWC. Roxas was constantly recruiting and keen to strengthen the Aurors. Malokh and Casimir (at one point, both at the same time) were his Co-Head Aurors. In August 2010, Roxas quit as Head Auror as well as his Transfiguration Professor position and hasn't been as active since.
Malokh began playing TWC in April 2009. He was Ravenclaw Prefect and later DADA Professor and Death Eater until July 2010. He quit from all positions and was hired to the Aurors later on in the summer of 2010 under Roxas. After joining the Aurors Malokh remade and changed his name to Morduk. Morduk/Malokh was made Head Auror in August 2010, succeeding Roxas. In November of that year Malokh left, so Murrawhip temporarily took over the Head Auror role. Upon his return, he was no longer Head Auror, and it was decided that the leadership would be a trio of Riku, Jace and Lavender.
Murrawhip, the Minister of Magic, temporarily took over the role of Head Auror during Malokh's ban in November 2010. When Malokh returned, it was passed to a trio leadership of Riku, Lavender and Jace.
Jace took over as Head Auror initially with Riku and Lavender in November 2011 in a trio leadership. Eventually, Jace took the leading role with Riku as his Co-Head in January 2011, later with Lavender as Co-Head. In June 2011 Jace stepped down to Lavender.
When Vengeful Kyo took over in January 2012, Jace served as his Co-Head but retired from the Aurors in April 2012.
Lavender finally took over as Head Auror in June 2011 but only for a brief period. In July 2011, Lavender stepped down from her position. Since no one would take it, a leadership of Ezekiel Fenix and Julian began.
Ezekiel Fenix (now known as Ezekiel), also Charms Professor, took over properly as Head Auror in July 2011 with Julian as his Co-Head. Julian and Ezekiel had a dispute, in which Julian told him to "fuck off", so Ezekiel fired him. Ezekiel stepped down from this position in early January 2012, claiming that his members complained about nothing ever being 'done' and that they never listened to him. When Ezekiel left, he joined the Death Eaters for a brief period. Ezekiel left the Death Eaters and returned back to the Aurors but left quickly in April 2012.
Vengeful Kyo (now known as Seraphim Kyo, formerly known as Vengeful) originally accepted the Head Auror role as a temporary position until Minister of Magic, Murrawhip, had found a new Head Auror. However, Lavender stepped down from her Transfiguration post and became absent from TWC, Julian was not willing to take the role and neither was Avery. Vengeful Kyo was then set to lead the Aurors on a more permanent basis. It has been said that this was a major turning point for an ever-changing Auror clan, as the newer generation were ready to be hired and trained. Kyo removed all corruption from the Auror clan and began creating stability within. With Jace as his Co-Head and Julian working close with the duo, Kyo began training the new set of Aurors in both combat and in TWC knowledge. Kyo was a strict but fun Head Auror - he was fair but ensured his members were active and constantly training, aiming for the same unity that Jace had brought during his era in November 2010 - June 2011. The Death Eaters made life difficult for Kyo, constantly taunting him and his Aurors. He fought back though, taking pride in his Aurors and standing up for what he believed in. His work-ethic had increased in stats to match that of the highly trained and powerful Death Eater leadership.
Kyo became absent from TWC due to external projects, and began delegating a lot of Head Auror duties to new Co-Head Severus. In May 2012, when he thought that the Aurors would survive in his absence, Kyo stepped down, passing on the role of Head Auror to Severus.
SeverusSeverus (formerly known as Severus Ape), also Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor, became Head Auror in May 2012 following the retirement of Kyo. Severus has claimed that he is to take the new generation of Aurors to victory against the Death Eaters who have been overpowering for years. Severus, along with Co-Head Avery, has grouped together a stable squad of Aurors who are currently in training to match the high standards of the DE. At the beginning of the Severus Era, many of the strong Aurors left, including: Ezekiel, Seraphim Kyo, Julian, Jace, Spider, Killa K, Paul, Dazzler and Natwolfy. Due to this, Severus began training low level players himself, taking players from around the Level 300 region, then teaching them advanced dueling and giving proper advice on how to stat train effectively. Chris Redfield, Zen, Lueroi and Mutig Dudocs are all players who were closely mentored by Severus. The DE would often taunt Severus about the weakness of the current Aurors, not realizing the difficulty of the task in motivating a weak squad to train and stay active.
Avery, also Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor, became Head Auror in July 2012 following the retirement of Severus. In August 2012, he appointed Markus as Co Head after a month of leading the clan alone. Avery's reign somewhat weakened the Aurors. Many members left including Lueroi, Edward, Mutig Dudocs and Bryan. The leadership did not involve any training or confrontation, and that perhaps Avery was not ready to take over such a pressuring role. Avery had few supporters, though it was a clan majority that voted him out of the Head Auror position in August 2012.
Murrawhip took over the Head Auror position for the 2nd time in TWC history in August 2012. Though he lost interest; leaving duties to his experienced Co-Head Severus. Murrawhip stepped down from Head Auror position in September 2012 before a large server shutdown, leaving the identity of the new Head Auror unknown.
Lavitiz was hired as the Head Auror in late September 2012 following the resignation of Murrawhip. Lavitiz did not have an opportunity to shine, however, as shortly after his hire, the TWC server fell.
At the reopening of The Wizard's Chronicles on 12 April 2013, much speculation as to who the next Head Auror would be was circulating. Many worthy candidates were suggested, with the favorite thought to be Ian. Two weeks after the opening, it was announced that the Ministry had appointed Rotem as the new Head Auror - she had hired a large population of players as Aurors. The general consensus was that this was an unfavorable decision, considering Rotem's history of dark wizardry and had previously been rumored to be one of the rare Dark Lady's (Head Death Eater). Rotem's hiring of many Aurors built the Aurors a strong squad and over powered the Death Eaters for the first time in many years in terms of clan history. Rotem's era was short-lived as she resigned less than two weeks in to her reign, stepping down to Co-Head, Ian; ultimately, upon her withdrawal, many powerful players left also which slightly weakened the clan.
Ian took over as Head Auror from Rotem in late April, 2013. Ian appointed previous Head Auror Lewis Gigando as his Co-Head. Ian's approach to leadership has encouraged a 'make peace' attitude towards the game, establishing both fighters and non-fighters as his members. Ian had a large group of Aurors as his members and in peak times had up to 25 players in the clan.
A movement began within the Aurors in June 2013 to overtake the Aurors from within to turn the clan in to a unified set of fighters with a more traditional approach to leadership. However, the vote was lost and Ian retained his Head Auror status. Following this, several changes were made to accommodate for the tastes of all Aurors.
In July 2013, the Auror Academy (founded by Severus in early 2012) was revived and allowed a new youth system to train home-grown Aurors. It had created several new Aurors and players, most notably notorious future starlets Lex Lam and Wilderness who were trained by Severus and DuhCosmicApple respectively. This era of the Aurors have been the most promising and likely to defeat dark wizards and Death Eaters since the Ezekiel era in late 2011.
Late afterwards the clan died out of members due to inactivity and betrayals. A lot of drama ensued and Ian then decided to give leadership to Julian/Nightflash since he was also juggling a job in real life.
At first, Julian offered a new order to the Aurors. He hired former powerful Deatheaters that pledged their allegiance to Julian as he was offering more activity and exciting ideas in his clan that DE weren't even thinking of. This further brought in former aurors that were previously uninterested with the Aurors and spies for the Aurors to use that were in the DE. This of course made some ex-Aurors sceptical as to whether Julian was actually trying to bring the Aurors together again once more. Other than the typical Deatheater spies, were spies for "Diomedes" who's means with the information retrieved from the Aurors are currently unknown.
Things did not hold however: everyday players left and very soon it wasn't enough for clan activity (players were busy with their lives). Julian then claimed he caught DCA and Dean spying, and got back at them and the entire DE clan by 10 times. Julian then didn't really care much about the game and he then proceeded with the most logical idea to do and gave the Head Auror position to a more active player: Leah.
During this time period Julian claimed that there were so few people he could beat the toughest DE and the toughest Auror (including their leaders).
At first, Leah gladly accepted the job from Julian and was ready to use her new Head Auror powers. This, however, did not happen. Leah claims that she didn't do much as Head Auror because she made the mistake of thinking Kole and Dazzler would be a good help to the Aurors. They (Kole and Dazzler) apparently screwed Leah over so much that she eventually quit and stepped down. Dazzler and Kole, however, responded that they were the turning point in Leah's reign and that they won battles for the Aurors that Leah never helped with. Leah was known to be strict with the rules however, as she did fire Mel and Zuko for accidentally opening doors for the DE. Some unfortunate news that has been confirmed however is that Leah, upon leaving the Aurors, tried to let in Deatheaters as she was furious at Kole and Dazzler (whom at the point were now the new HA and Co-HA) for taking her spot.
It is now known that Leah gave up her position because she thought she wasn't up for the demanding work of the job.
Dazzler took over responsibility over the Aurors in early March, 2014. Upon taking over Dazzler appointed close friend and trusted Auror Kole as the Co-Head. As expected with any sort of change of leadership, Dazzler came in with many different ideas compared to the Head Auror before him, making several changes to the structure of the Auror clan itself. Along with abolishing the Auror Academy. Dazzler made several redundancies once he became the Head Auror so he later worked on thickening up his clan roster.
More information is required about this HA.
Christa took Kole's position after he retired. She was only in reign for about two weeks, then gave the position to Hodor for a currently unknown reason.
Hodor was given HA title by Christa on September 15, 2014. More information is required about this HA.
Kole was given back the HA title from Hodor after Hodor was unsure how to lead the Aurors. During this time period, Kole hired some old Aurors to lead the Auror Council. Dazzler helped Kole with some activity issues during the 2014-2015 winter break, but then left to focus on schoolwork again. Activity for the Aurors has come back to a stagnant pace...
Eventually Kole's reign ended on 2/14/2015 where he willingly gave HA to Molo.
Molo was HA for less than an hour in which he gave Skystone the position as HA. Skystone in return gave Molo the position as co-head.
Skystone tried to innovate the Auror clan into something new, while at the same time being humble and understanding of the Aurors. Already the DE were very inactive so he decided they should just prepare for any dueling challenges in the future. Thus he encouraged training and the farming of enchanting items so his clan would be prepared in a sudden change in dueling power with the DEs. Skystone also emphasized communication with the Aurors and tried to make his ideas and thoughts on matters clear with his team.
At one point the Bloodlust clan had made a return. They were the known "equalizers" of TWC and as such they sought out to take over Aurors so DE would be equal to Aurors once again. The Bloodlusts sent out spies into the Auror clan and were successful in receiving information. Skystone in return fought back by sending spies of his own into the Bloodlust circle in order to find out what spies were in the Auror clan. When Skystone found out who the traitors were, he didn't believe his spies. He didn't want to believe them as it would be saddening for him to see such people he trusted in to be traitors all along. So instead, he tried to make the Bloodlust spies become his own. He wanted them to get the idea that he already knew they were spies and that they shouldn't revolt against him as he had nothing against them. In his own mind he tried to make a peace treaty.
After hearing from some of his spies that Zach wanted power, Skystone gave more clan functions to Zach believing that Zach would stop his ties with BLs if he understood that there was not much of a difference in power between himself and Skystone. Skystone also left Zen with equal power to Zach so he could keep Zach in check if anything were to go wrong.
Skystone then left TWC for 2 weeks as he went to Poland and Israel on a trip.
Skystone returned April 27th, 2015 to see that the entire Auror clan had shifted in power to the Bloodlusts and that the Dragon clan had been sucked out dry. Many of his Aurors had been converted into Bloodlusts.
After Skystone and his previous Aurors were booted out of the clan, overall activity on TWC started to decline.
On August 10th, 2015 Zach released his hold as HA. When questioned about releasing his reign as HA he said, "Hey. I'm not even remotely interested in TWC anymore. I promoted you to Head Auror, ask Rotem to give you any permissions for the forum if you want; I will ask that you uphold our ban list, or I will ask Julian to intervene."
It was later revealed that the ban list was a list banning all Dragons (with their names) to prevent them from joining any clan ever. Every Dragon except Skystone was on this list.
Brandon took HA position after Zach.
More details are needed about this HA.