Hogwarts Part 54

Will you get the Hogwarts guy of your dreams? Find out in this quiz. Starting in your third year, you will get the opportunity to become friends and more with Neville Longbottom, Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, George Weasley, and Oliver Wood.

*Recap* Last time you basically went back to Hogwarts with Oliver, Luna, and Dean and rejoined the DA against your father's wishes. You then learned that the Gryffindor trio had broken into Gringotts that day, which somewhat explained your encounter earlier that morning. Neville then said that they were simply doing their part in the war, and it was time for the DA to do theirs.

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  1. In the next couple hours, I managed to fill Arianna in on everything that had happened with me in the last few months. I couldn't imagine what kind she had been through during that time, with hardly anyone to turn to. But she seemed to accept it all in stride, and I returned to my pondering about the Gryffindors with a clear conscience. We did get a message that Hogsmeade was being rigged with an alarm system because they were expecting certain intruders, so it did give me more of a clue as to where they might be headed next. That certainly got everyone suspicious, given that Harry, Ron, and Hermione were currently the most wanted wizards in the wizarding world. At least by Voldemort and his servants anyway. Some DA members began starting rumors that the Gryffindor trio was returning to Hogwarts for a final battle upon hearing the news. Therefore, when Neville got the summons from Aberforth again, everyone went wild. "Do you think that's them?" Dean asked me. I shrugged. "Maybe. I mean, maybe this really is the last place to end the war. You can just tell something's going on here already," I told him, glancing at the tunnel entrance as I said so. It was too early for Neville to be returning, but I was still eager to see the Gryffindors again. They had some questions to answer.
  2. After several minutes of excited chatter and increasingly ridiculous predictions about what might come of the Gryffindors' return, voices finally started echoing down the tunnel, and I could see a faint wand light from within. Soon I could make out their faces and heard their three distinctive voices. I felt a grin spread across my face. Harry, Ron, and Hermione were back.
  3. A great cheer went up as they stepped out into the room. I swung down from my hammock and joined the conglomeration around the three Gryffindors. They were being hurled questions left and right, but everyone wanted to know what was happening and what they could do to help. "Thanks, but really, this is just something we need to do on our own," Harry tried to deny the barrage of offers. "You know, we don't really need to tell them what we're doing, mate. We could use the help," Ron said quietly beside him. Harry seemed to consider it, but then slowly shook his head. I pushed to the front of the crowd. "I thought you were back at the-" Harry began in surprise, but I cut him off. "Cottage, I know. I left. But we've all been waiting for the chance to actually help win the war. I suggest you listen to Ron, Harry. You clearly need some help," I told Harry, and several heads bobbed around me in agreement. He looked to us uncertainly, and then gave a slight nod of his head. "All right. We're looking for something somewhere in the castle. Don't ask how, but it's the best chance we've got of defeating You-Know-Who right now," Harry explained briefly. "Sounds easy enough," Neville said in approval. "What is it?" Harry looked a bit embarrassed. "We don't know."
  4. "So we're looking for something...but it could be anything?" I said disappointedly. I had expected more to go off of than that. "Well, not anything. We think it's something to do with Ravenclaw. It would be something valuable to the house," he said, much more helpfully. "Like the diadem of Ravenclaw?" I suggested. "Yeah, I suppose that could be it," Harry granted, looking much more optimistic. "So where is it?" Ron asked. I bit my lip. "That's the problem. It's been missing for centuries."
  5. "I can show you what it looks like if you want," I told Harry, noticing his rather crestfallen expression. He nodded. "That would be great." "Do you have your cloak here, then?" I asked, already knowing the answer. He held up the silvery material. "Good. We're going to need it," I said, and we threw it over ourselves and went out into the castle. It was somewhat refreshing to feel like I was doing something useful again. And for once, Harry Potter needed MY help. I felt a bit smug at the realization. The castle was oddly silent, as if something was going to pounce at any moment. But luckily, we made our way there swift and silent, and I was knocking on the doorknocker within minutes. "What came first, the phoenix or the flame?" the knocker asked. "A circle has no beginning," I answered promptly, and the door swung open. We threw off the cloak and I directed Harry to the statue of Rowena Ravenclaw standing proudly outside the doors leading to the dormitories. "That's the diadem," I pointed to the crown-like object on top of her head. Harry stepped up to the statue and started climbing onto it to get a good look at the tiara, but I was completely distracted by something else. "Harry..." I warned him softly. Alecto Carrow was standing behind us and had just summoned Voldemort.
  6. Without a second's hesitation, I Stunned the Death Eater, but it was too late to prevent the summoning. As she thumped to the ground, Ravenclaw students came flooding out of the dormitories. I heard them muttering about Harry being in the room, and then heard Amycus Carrow pounding on the door to get inside, being unable to answer the doorknocker question. "Amycus, what ARE you doing?" I heard Professor McGonagall's voice come through the door sharply. They exchanged a few arguments, and all the while I threw the cloak back over Harry and I and prayed she wouldn't let him in, but the door swung open and the two professors entered the room. Amycus saw his Stunned sister on the floor, but just seemed worried about what Voldemort would do when he found out it was a false summons. "I can just blame this lot, I suppose," he said, pointing to the Ravenclaw students and seeming rather satisfied with his solution. "You will not, Amycus!" Professor commanded him defiantly. I felt rather proud of Professor McGonagall right then for standing up to the Death Eater, but he spat in her face. It seemed Harry had had it at that point. "Harry, no!" I warned him, but he threw the cloak off and had Amycus twitching on the floor, screaming in pain as Harry used the Cruciatus Curse.
  7. As Amycus was curled up docilely on the floor, Professor McGonagall turned to Harry. "Go. Now, before HE gets here," she urged him, but Harry shook his head. "I've got to find something first." "Potter, this is a matter of your life right now," she said firmly, but Harry was not swayed. "It's on Dumbledore's orders," he said. Those were the magic words. She nodded curtly. "I will secure the school while you search," she said, and they quickly formulated a defense plan for the school. With Voldemort on his way, we were going to need it.
  8. As we made our way along to alert the other professors, Harry and I under the cloak, we ran into one of the last people we wanted to see. Snape. "Have you seen Harry Potter?" he demanded instantly. What I saw next shocked me. Without a moment of contemplation, Professor McGonagall started throwing spells at the Headmaster with so much ferocity that I thought she was going to kill him. Snape blocked the curses just in time, but it was certainly a heated battle. Harry and I watched nearby, completely stunned. Professor Flitwick and Professor Sprout came running to her aid, but Snape, realizing how overpowered he was, turned around and promptly threw himself out the window like a giant bat. I looked at Harry in open-mouthed awe, who returned the look. Well, at least we had the castle back in our power. For now.
  9. As students began escaping the castle through the Room of Requirement, still others began to arrive. The Weasley family came, and Lupin and Tonks, and then I even saw my father come striding up to me. I waited, expecting him to yell or lecture me, but he simply enveloped me in an awkward first hug. "Don't ever do that to me again," he said quietly, looking more relieved than angry. I drew back from him and smiled reassuringly before running off to join my friends. It was still going to be a while before we ever developed any kind of father-daughter relationship. On another note, I did spot Arianna among the students staying to fight. I approached her with all the authority of an older sister. "What are you still doing here?" I asked. "I'm going to fight." "No," I shook my head. "You heard what the professors said anyway. You can only fight if you're of age. And you're not," I said, and she glared at me. I ignored the look, and pointed to the crowd of departing students. "Go on," I ordered, and she stormed off in the direction I had indicated. I sighed. Sometimes it really was easier to be the only family member I had.
  10. For a while, in the excitement of the preparation for battle, I had completely forgotten about the real reason we were defending the castle. But as Voldemort's voice bodiless voice rang through the corridors and told everyone to hand over Harry, I started to realize just how dire the situation was. We had to find the lost diadem of Ravenclaw. But try as I might, I couldn't see Harry among those arriving to fight. I joined George nearby. "Did you see Harry anywhere?" I asked him. "No, but I think Ginny said something about him going to find a diadem," he said. Strangely enough, the twins' usually joking atmosphere had disappeared in the grim circumstances. But it was also what a lot of people needed right then, including me. "Well, I'm going to go look for him. He has to be around here somewhere," I replied, striding off purposefully, even though I had no idea where I was going. Eventually, I just decided to go back to the Room of Requirement. Perhaps somebody was still there who could help me. But as I approached, the door was left open. And what was inside certainly wasn't our old DA meeting room.
  11. The inside of the room looked as big as a cathedral. Various items were stacked sky-high in teetering piles that threatened to topple over and bury me under thousands of pounds of rubbish. I made my way along with my wand out, terrified that I might run into a Death Eater, or even Voldemort himself. How the door was just so casually left open for me felt a little too ominous. After weaving my way through the towers for a minute or two, I started to think that maybe I should just head back and find the others. But then I heard voices nearby, and quietly called out "Harry?" "Who's there?" a deep, slow voice demanded. I knew that certainly wasn't Harry, or Ron for that matter. And it scared me. Maybe I shouldn't have come alone. I started heading back, my breathing becoming more panicked and loud as I went. But I had already found myself lost in the endless array of stacks and towers. I turned a corner and found myself directing in the path of Draco, and his two cronies, Crabbe and Goyle.
  12. That was it. I started to sprint away, but I was hit from behind and a few cords started to weave their way around me. "You idiot, Crabbe!" Draco's voice came angrily. His footsteps came running over as I struggled against the bonds. He severed them with his wand and helped me to my feet. I backed away a bit, still holding my wand up. "Your still with them?" I asked him, referring to the Death Eaters. Draco looked around guiltily. "Yes...no...I don't know. What do expect me to do?" he asked, holding his hands up helplessly. "Do the right thing," I said simply, but I knew it wasn't really an option in his mind. His family had a huge influence over him, as well as the threat of Voldemort hanging over him. "C'mon, you've got to get out of here," he said, starting to lead me in one direction. "What are you doing in here anyway?" I asked, stopping and jerking my hand out of his grip. He didn't answer, but suddenly looked behind us. "Do you feel that?" he asked. "Yeah, it's kind of hot in here. But what does that have to do with-?" I got cut short. Draco suddenly knocked me to the side. For right behind us was a raging inferno.
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