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North American Tournament

By InkyBlood

Action / Fantasy

Letters of Some Importance

Dear Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore,

On matters of the tournament, I must inform you of one possible change. I am sure you know of the Liberty Institute for Magical Education. If you do not, they are the Hogwarts of the North American Colonies. They have recently petitioned to be included in the Triwizard Tournament on the grounds that their school has gained international acclaim since the last tournament. They are appealing their exclusion based on Clause C, Paragraph Two.

Regrettably, I cannot deny their inclusion on those grounds, as Clause B, Paragraph Two clearly states that any strictly magical school with international acclaim can be added at a later date via petition from when the next tournament is announced to one month before the drawing of the names. You cannot deny Liberty's international acclaim, as students from around the world flock for its summer courses (despite the raised costs for foreigners) and its wins of several international wizarding events, including a sweep of all under-18 dueling categories.

I know it breaks tradition, but we must allow them to enter. At least we can show our superiority through this opportunity.

Sincerely,

Bartemius Crouch, Senior,
Head,
Department of International Magical Cooperation,
Ministry of Magic, Britain


Dear Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore,

After being told my request was approved by your Mr. Crouch, we felt we should write you to formally declare Liberty's entrance into the Triwizard Tournament. We have personally selected twenty-four candidates for our school who have agreed to participate. The list is as follows:

Allen, Edith
Anderson, Daniel
Baker, Laura
Carter, Julia
Clark, James
Clark, Mackenzie
Falk, Emily
Garcia, Jesse
Hall, Kayla
Harris, Amber
Hill, Nathan
Jackson, Isi
Jackson, Nita
King, Logan
Lee, Richard
Lewis, Sean
Martin, Connor
Nelson, Amy
Nelson, Brian
Robinson, Mackenzie
Smith, Michael
Smith, Sara
Volkov, Irina
Walker, Elizabeth

In addition, there are twelve students who would not be competing, but we feel should come to the tournament for educational purposes. They are listed below.

Bailey, Devin
Bell, Cole
Campbell, Katherine
Cox, Riley
Edwards, Jessica
Goff, Margaret
Kim, Roy
Koelbel, Erik
Mitchell, Samuel
Murphy, Ian
Philips, Alexis
Turner, Ashley

We would like to thank you again for this incredible opportunity. We look forward to your reply and to October 31st.

Sincerely,
Jeanette MacDonald and Anne Mattews,
Co-Headmistresses,
Liberty Institute for Magical Education,
United States and Canada

Dear Misses MacDonald and Matthews,

Hogwarts would be delighted to host all thirty-six of your students. We await your arrival October 30th at 6 p.m.

Sincerely,

Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore

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