The Rose of Hogwarts [Part 2]

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Previously on "The Rose of Hogwarts," we found you in a bookstore with your caretaker, Esme, to acquire the textbooks you would need for your year at Hogwarts. However, we ran into some trouble with the Malfoy's along the way.

Now, we will learn a little bit more about your backstory, who your parents were, and will send you off on your way to Hogwarts. Is your thirteen year old self up for the challenge?

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  1. Soft white curtains danced in your room as the breeze from your window tugged at the cloth. Sunlight poured into the room, providing an adequate source of lighting for you to read your books. Normally you would have gone for a novel about adventure or fantasy, but this book was unlike most you would typically find yourself reading. "Have you really run out of things to read in this house that you've moved on to reading your school textbooks?" a voice spoke up from your door.
  2. Tearing your eyes away from the book, you looked up at your caretaker, Esme, a slight smile pulling at your lips. Her long hair that was normally let loose to cascade down her back was swirled into a tight bun. The jeans she was wearing, along with the light clothed plaid, button up shirt she was wearing told you that she had been doing some outside work, no doubt gardening. "I just find this one interesting," you giggled slightly, reaching over to your nightstand to grab something to act as a bookmark. "What book is that?" Esme asked, sitting on the edge of your bed. "Unfogging the Future. The book for my divination class," you answered, snapping the book shut and setting it beside you. "Taking after your mother, I see," Esme chuckled. "I can see it now! ______ ______! The great Seer."
  3. You giggled and rolled your eyes at her. Though you had never gotten the chance to ever really know her before she died, it was to your understanding that your mother was somewhat famous. Seer Verity Beaufort had quite the reputation for having the most accurate predictions throughout her life. It got to the point where she could read almost anyone's future at any time with extreme accuracy. Many great leaders in the magical world would oftentimes seek her out for advice. You could only ever dream of having such a power as your mother did. From time to time you would have an occasional vision, but nothing nearly as wonderful as your mother had before you. "Seer ______ ______ does have a nice ring to it," you agreed.
  4. Your eyes slowly drifted around your room before landing on your suitcase. Butterflies unleashed themselves inside your stomach, and you could feel your heartbeat quicken. The suitcase had been fully packed by that point, with all your clothes and what smaller supplies you could fit into it. Tomorrow would be the day that Esme would drive you to Kings Cross and send you on your way for your time at Hogwarts, and you were very much prepared for it. Esme followed your gaze until her eyes also landed on your suitcase. She grinned slightly before turning her attention back to you. "And I don't have to be a Seer to tell that you're either excited or nervous for tomorrow," she said.
  5. "Excited, mostly," you admitted. "It's going to be so much different, attending an actual school and all. But something tells me it's going to be a great year." Esme shifted her weight slightly, running her hands over her slightly messy jeans. "I'm glad. You should be excited! Besides, this year I know for a fact you'll have a competent Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor. Honestly, one of the bigger reasons why you didn't attend school these last two years because these last two professors were a joke," Esme sighed. "Who's the professor this year?" you asked.
  6. "His name is Remus Lupin. He was a good friend of your mother and I when we were in school. He's a good man, and a talented wizard. I'm sure you'll learn much from him this year," Esme explained. She paused for a moment, tilting her head to the side as a strong breeze blew through your room. The sun was beginning to set, and the light began to turn a rich golden color, which highlighted her features nicely. She looked young for a woman almost in her forties. At times you often forgot just how old she was. "He's someone you can trust, if you need him. I hate to say it, but I won't be able to really be there as much while you're away at school, and I feel better knowing that he'll be there for you if you need it." You turned your gaze back to your suitcase. That was the thing that worried you the most. For your entire life, all you really had was Esme to act as your caretaker and guardian. Leaving home would mean you were on your own. That thought terrified you, yet at the same time, you didn't seem to mind all that much. Hogwarts was full of talented professors, and you knew it would only be a matter of time until you found a friend group you could identify with. The new year was…
  7. ⭒❃.✮:▹⭒❃.✮:▹⭒❃.✮:▹ A large passenger train towered in front of you as you heard the rushed voices of people around you. You had thought that everyone in the bookstore in Diagon Alley was a lot, but Platform 9 3/4 had much more people than you had ever seen in your entire life! Children of a very diverse range of ages hurried around, many dragging trunks on carts behind them, or fussing about with animals. It was rather intimidating. Almost everyone seemed to bustle about as if they knew exactly where they were going, but you felt completely lost. You felt a hand rest on your shoulder and you turned to see Esme, staring at you with a smile. "A little overwhelming, isn't it?" she asked.
  8. "I just don't think I've ever been around so many people before," you breathed. You couldn't believe that so many children attended Hogwarts and that only one train was supposed to transport everyone. The train carts seemed to span for miles at least. But the time was ticking, and you knew you didn't have much longer until you had to get on the train. Esme accompanied you to one of the train carts, and you did your best to balance all the things that you would need to take with you for the school year. "Alright, here we are," Esme said, grinning at you as you stood to the entrance to the cart. Taking one last glance around you, you couldn't help but notice how almost all the other children around you were so happy to go. How they were all hugging their parents and siblings goodbye before getting onto their carts. A part of you couldn't help but feel a little jealous. Of course you had Esme, and you knew that you had more of a family than many other children did, but you couldn't help but still feel that you were missing out on something. The trains horn pulled you out of your thoughts, letting you know that it was time you hurried up before you were left behind. "I guess that…
  9. "Yes, yes. I don't want to make you miss the train, that would be a terrible way to start off your first year," Esme chuckled. She reached her hand out and put it on your shoulder. Her smile seemed warmer than normal, and you couldn't help but notice the vibrant color of her eyes. "You're going to do amazing things, ______. I'm so proud of you." Again, the train whistle blew once more and you began to make your way up the train carts stairs. "I'll see you come Christmas!" you cheered as Esme backed away from the train. "I'll send you letters until then!" Esme called back. The doors to the train cart closed right in front of your face, and you felt a light jerk in the cart as the train began to move. The engine strained slightly as it blew its whistle once more. You could hear children all throughout the cart cheer and shout to their family still left on the platform, and you could see people waving through windows.
  10. That was it, your final send off as you went to a land unknown to you. For the first time that you could remember, you were almost completely on your own. You were left to find and figure things out yourself without your caretaker there to guide you through everything. Taking a deep breath, you turned around and finished walking up the stairs. This would be your first step by yourself, and you were ready for it.

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