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'''Siren Songs''' are melodies that sound like a combination of a whale's hands clapping, a screaming toddler and nails on a chalkboard. It is known to be [[Sir Conley|Sir Conley’s]] signature form for [[detention]], much to the dislike of the [[prodigies]], and he believes it to be an exhibit of art and nature. The shrill whine is earsplitting, and [[Sir Conley]] believes it to be enlightening and makes the [[prodigies]] hear every note. In [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie's]] opinion this is better than ball room dancing.
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'''Siren Songs''' are melodies that sound like a combination of a whale's hands clapping, a screaming toddler and nails on a chalkboard. It is known to be [[Sir Conley|Sir Conley's]] signature form for [[detention]], much to the dislike of the [[prodigies]], and he believes it to be an exhibit of art and nature. The shrill whine is earsplitting, and [[Sir Conley]] believes it to be enlightening and makes the [[prodigies]] hear every note. In [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie's]] opinion this is better than ball room dancing.
 
[[Category:Elvish Traditions]]
 
[[Category:Elvish Traditions]]

Revision as of 21:34, October 30, 2018

Siren Songs are melodies that sound like a combination of a whale's hands clapping, a screaming toddler and nails on a chalkboard. It is known to be Sir Conley's signature form for detention, much to the dislike of the prodigies, and he believes it to be an exhibit of art and nature. The shrill whine is earsplitting, and Sir Conley believes it to be enlightening and makes the prodigies hear every note. In Sophie's opinion this is better than ball room dancing.

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