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Journal Community
Name: lumosnox a.k.a. Hogwarts After Dark
Date(s): June 2002 – August 2004 (last update)
Founder: anidraugluin (tonights)[1]
Type: Fandom RPG
Fandom: Harry Potter
URL: lumosnox at LiveJournal (game community)
lumosnoxooc at LiveJournal (OOC community)

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lumosnox, also known as Hogwarts After Dark, was a Harry Potter RPG that ran on LiveJournal from 2002 to 2004.


Hogwarts After Dark is a slash-friendly Harry Potter roleplaying game that's currently taking place during the year after Harry Potter and his friends have finished their education at Hogwarts.
-- lumosnox LiveJournal profile

Characters & Players

Notable Storylines

Fanworks Inspired by Lumosnox

  • Fic and Art by digikym based on the RPG were posted at her website, mostly focusing on her character Terence Higgs.
  • Mireille and Fleur started a separate website for their Marcus/Oliver logs called Forever, with Breaks for Quidditch,[2] which stated c. 2004: "Marcus and Oliver used to belong to LiveJournal's Lumosnox RPG, and now they just wander freely." Mireille and Fleur's Marcus/Oliver storyline has been credited by some as getting them into the ship. For example, Liz wrote at FictionAlley Park in November 2002:
"Well, I had read it before, but I admit that Fleur, Mireille, and Lumos Nox are partly to blame for my obsession. I get sucked into things so easily, that they hardly did anything before I was a puddle of Liz goo. It had to be the pink sparkly signs that read 'Oliver Wood Thinks He's God' and 'So Do You, Marcus' that put me over the edge."[3]


  1. ^ Katie (lumosnox_mods). Untitled post at lumosnoxooc, 24 June 2004.
  2. ^ Originally at (not captured by the Wayback Machine). Announcement: Untitled post by marcus_flint_ (Mireille) at lumosnoxooc, 10 February 2003.
  3. ^ Liz at "HMS Chasing to Keep (Marcus/Oliver) - To Lie is to Love", Post ID #398599 at FictionAlley Park's SCUSA forum. Posted 20 November 2002.