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No New Posts Horned Serpent House

In the northernmost courtyard of the castle is a pond with a large boulder that recognizes the handprint of every Horned Serpent student. When touched, the boulder opens to reveal stairs down to the Horned Serpent House. The common room is located under the pond; glass ceilings let the pond above act as a water skylight. Two very long hallways lead off the common room, leading to the boys' and girls' dormitories. First year dorms are the farthest down the halls.

Moderators: Mildred Franklin, Sylvia Crowne

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No New Posts Pukwudgie House

Located in one of the school's oldest towers, the Pukwudgie House is accessed by standing just right on a specific tile; students disappear and then reappear in the common room just like an actual Pukwudgie. The round common room has granite walls, metal detailing, and leather furniture in smokey color. First through Fifth Years’ dormitories are located below the common room, with the First Year dorms located the farthest into the mountain. Sixth and Seventh Year students have the upstairs dorms and the added privilege of windows.

Moderators: Ernest Franklin, Cooper Beauregard, John Henry Bird VII, Cassidy Meadows, Alohilani Ku'umomimakamae

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No New Posts Thunderbird House

Thunderbird House is situated on the westernmost side of the school and occupies five floors. Students must present a password to the portrait of Daniel Boone, famous explorer of Appalachia and Thunderbird alumnus. The common room is on the lower floor, with floor-to-ceiling windows and open-air porches scattered with cozy chairs, hammocks, rockers, and fluffy blankets, as well as a breathtaking view of the landscape. The First and Second Year dorms are located one floor above the common room, followed the Third and Fourth Year dorms, then the Fifth and Sixth Year dorms. The Seventh Year dorms have as much space as two of the lower years combined.

Moderators: Monty Franklin, Minerva Cavendish

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No New Posts Wampus House

Located in the large, open-air courtyard of Ilvermorny, the Wampus rooms are in a very large, very tall, and very old California Redwood tree. In order to enter, students must knock on the tree in a particular pattern or rhythm (which changes weekly). The overall theme of the decor is “wood”. There is also a round motif in the tree; porthole style windows, rounded hallways, round entrances to reading nooks, rounded furniture. Soft cotton fabrics, rough hewn wood beams, rough stone and metal fixtures, and an abundance of natural light make for a very natural feeling common room. Many hallways, with more winding staircases, lead away from the common room, each heading through an enormous bough to the dormitories. The younger the student, the farther they have to climb.

Moderators: Mary Lou Bird, Carrie Marshall

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No New Posts Teachers' Offices

A place for teacher's to talk amongst themselves or to have individual talks with their students, the teachers' offices are located near the library.

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No New Posts Misc. Ilvermorny Rooms

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