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Portia Ostrowiski

Gryffindor Alumni
“If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.”
Portia Ostrowiski
age 33
Gender Female
Species Human
Wand 9½", Sycamore wood Unicorn tail hair
Patronus: Turtle
Blood Type Half-Blood
Wand Arm Right
Boggart Failure
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Nationality English
Job Journalist
Birthday May 27
Marital Status Single
Gryffindor crest
PersonalityShe is a sweet fun lady but very mature and independent. She is very persistent, and like to stand with her opinion, right or wrong. She never back down to any challenges. She loves to value friendship and love.

People say she is lovable, but sometimes she panics a lot and can be judgmental. Since she love challenges, that does not mean she is good at it. Like as stated, she panics and cracks under pressure. Good thing she has a close friend which she considers as family.


Portia grew up in an orphanage, with other several orphans. She gain many Friends there. One of them named Elizabeth McConnell, came with her at Hogwarts, at the same year. the two became really great friends through the 7 years and continue on after graduation.

Portia struggle at first in finding a job. She tried modelling and teaching, but those were not her wants. She then moved to Elizabeth's basement for a year, not really knowing what to do with her life. No job, no money, she depended on her best friend to support her. She then realize that she needs something to do with her life, maybe even getting a husband.

Elizabeth helped Portia to realize what to do  She likes writing, she does not want anybody to boss her around, so she decided to be a Freelance Journalist. She did do good in this profession. She even got some articles up to the daily prophet from time to time.From that point on she became a fierce and independent woman.

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Portia Gryffindor Alumni

-“If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.”

 Owl me 11:03, May 13, 2014 (UTC)

"Don't be too precious or attached to anything you write. Let things be malleable. For sketch writers, remember they're called sketches for a reason. They're not called oil paintings. Some of them are going to stink. You have to let them stink."