Ingeborg Klarenberg

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I have seen things in my journey that most can only dream of. Literally.”


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Sherlock and Joan’s first and last lines to each other - 1.01/1.24 & 2.01/2.24 

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I can't let that happen

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stop talking to me like a politician

stop talking to me like a politician

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This is monsters and magic and nothing we were ever trained for.

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THE DRAUGHT OF LIVING DEATH is an extremely powerful sleeping draught, sending the drinker into a deathlike slumber, similar to suspended animation. The potion seemed difficult to concoct, since Hermione Granger, a prodigious potioneer, who managed to concoct the Polyjuice Potion in her second year, had some difficulty doing it. The Wiggenweld Potion is capable of reversing the effects of the Draught. The Hag Leticia Somnolens used the Draught in an attempt to kill a princess who made her jealous. A prince who placed Wiggenweld Potion on his lips revived the princess with a kiss.

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