By now I'm sure we all know and understand the concepts of a multi-fandom RPG. This particular game is not about the CRACK!fun. It is about having fun, and having characters interact, but with real rational thinking and drive behind those interactions. Random things are funny to some 12-year-olds... saying things like, "OMGmycharcterslike CHEESE" might entertain them... but we want a meaningful game, which is why we want to focus on characters who are well-developed and very deep.
So...what if the main conflict wasn't about ZOMG who is pureblooded and ZOMG who is a mudblood? What if that didn't matter at all? Or really, only a little, and then in social situations, like it is an excuse for snobbery, not violence.
The issue is not eradicating mudbloods and blood traitors, it's about the way magic is used, and for what purposes. Let the Muggle world go on as it is, neither the dark or light side will care.
This is a conflict about morality, and the way people use the powers they are given.
This game takes place in the Harry Potter universe, however no characters from the HP fandom are allowed.
Stargate (SG-1 & Atlantis)
Battlestar Galactica (2003)
Law & Order
Lord of the Rings
Pirates of the Carribbean
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (and related spinoffs)
Star Trek (any)
Star Wars (any)
Chronicles of Narnia
One Tree Hill
X Men (movie canon)
Characters from Theatrical Works