Tal Rasha's Charms classroom

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Charms books on a shelf

As you come in from the damp and drafty hall, you enter a large warm room. The class room is large, with stone floors and walls. There are a few narrow gothic style windows. There is a black board at the front of the room, on either side of which are troffy cases in which are numerous trophies, medals, and plaques which denote the past triumphs of the Gryffindor house in the areas of academics and Quidditch and a few are for Tal Rasha's excellence in teaching and dueling.

The Proffessor's desk is at the back and is flanked by book cases lined with ancient tomes and parchments. A massive tapestry behind the desk bears the emblem of Hogwart's school, a smaller one to the left bears the emblem of the Gryffindor house and another banner to the left bears the majestic seal of the House of Gil-Galad, the ancient line from which Tal Rasha descends.

The students' work stations are three deep and descending from the side walls like stairs. The steps to the top and middle rows are built into the sides of the of the dark brown wooden work station.

Glass and brass shelves on either side of both sets of work stations hold the various tools and supplies needed to teach Charms classes.

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