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Mily Breezy
Biographical information
Status

Deceased

Nationality

American

Home

Cottage behind Pyewackett Private School

Age

Middle-aged

Predecessor

Unknown, as headmistress of Pyewackett Private School for Witches

Successor

Unknown, as headmistress of Pyewackett Private School for Witches

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Hair color

Blond

Skin color

Pale

Personal information
Capacity for magic

Yes (Wizardry)

Relatives

Unknown

Love interest(s)

Raven Fidgwidge

Allies

Raven Fidgewidge (formerly)
Celina Bane (formerly)

Enemies

Beifar Mahgo

Weapon of choice

Wand

Chronological and political information
Profession

Headmistress
Teacher

Position

Headmistress of Pyewackett Private School for Witches (formerly)

Affiliation

Pyewackett Private School for Witches

First appearance

Interview for a Wizard

Last appearance

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers (mentioned)

Mily Breezy was a witch, the former headmistress of Pyewackett Private School for Witches and the former girlfriend of Raven Fidgewidge.[1]

History Edit

Physical appearance Edit

Mily Breezy was a middle-aged woman with very pale skin, large bug-shaped eyes, long skinny hands, and a pointy nose that deviated just a little to the left, as if she had broken it at one point. She was tall and slender, with a long neck and huge hips, and she had blond hair.

When Beifar Mahgo paid a visit at her house and duelled her, Breezy wore rollers in her hair and a long, pale, pink nightgown that stopped just short of the floor, showing off that she wore fluffy pink slippers.[1]

Personality Edit

Abilities Edit

Magic Edit

Possessions Edit

Relationships Edit

Relatives Edit

Appearances Edit

The Salem Concord Edit

Scribl.com audiobooks Edit

Main article: Scribl audiobooks
  • Interview for a Wizard
  • The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers (flashback)

Trivia Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Areces, J.A.. Interview for a Wizard. Areces Miami, Florida. 2014.

See also Edit

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