Harry Potter Wall Hangings and Tapestry for Home Decor
Film Cells MP17240259 Harry Potter & Marauders Map Mightyprint Wall Art
FilmCells offers collectable framed displays that include images and real film from your favourite movies. Our versatile range of products come out in attractive patterns and colours. Each piece is crafted with gallery-quality framing materials and backlit LED acrylic frame. Each FilmCells presentation is made with careful attention to detail. Finally We bring you a collectable that looks great in any room. $22.94
FilmCells offers collectable framed displays that include images and real film from your favourite movies. Our versatile range of products come out in attractive patterns and colours. Each piece is crafted with gallery-quality framing materials and backlit LED acrylic frame. Each FilmCells presentation is made with careful attention to detail. Finally We bring you a collectable that looks great in any room.<b>Features</b><ul><li>Harry Potter & Marauders Map MightyPrint Wall Art</li><li>Solemnly swear you are up to no good and manage your mischief with the magnificent MightyPrint of Harry Potter’s famous Marauder’ Map!</li><li>17” x 24” State of the art opaque print</li><li>Durable and tear resistant</li><li>Sharp and crisp with vivid colors</li><li>Matte finish and fade resistant</li><li>Light diffusing properties</li><li>Optional back lit frame</li><li>Clean with a dry microfiber cloth</li><li>Made in the USA</li></ul><b>MightyPrint Wall Art:</b><ul><li>MightyPrint Wall Art is made to last. Plain and simple. Due to the unique material of these high quality prints you will not experience typical issues like tearing fading or warping. Additionally MightyPrint Wall Art is made to diffuse light which brings the color display to a new level when back lighting is present whether in front of a window or in one of our back-lit LED frames</li></ul>
Harry Potter Deathly Hallows The Brothers MightyPrint
Bring the power of the Deathly Hallows to your Harry Potter display with this Harry Potter Deathly Hallows The Brothers MightyPrint Wall Art Print. The print features the symbol of the famed trio of magical items the Cloak of Invisibility, Resurrection Stone, and the Elder Wand. This beautiful art print measures about 24-inches tall x 17-inches wide. Ages 13 and up. What makes MightyPrint wall art so unique? MightyPrints are made to last. Due to the prints' high quality and durability, you won't have the typical difficulties of tearing, fading, or warping. They're vibrant in color, making them a welcome addition to any collection. In addition, MightyPrints are made to diffuse light, bringing the colors to a new level when back lighting is present. Place yours in front of a window or in an LED illuminated light box (sold separately) and be amazed!
Harry Potter Sorting Hat Gryffindor MightyPrint Art Print
When the Sorting Hat is in charge, you don't have many choices. Pledge your allegiance to Gryffindor with this Harry Potter Sorting Hat Gryffindor MightyPrint Wall Art Print. The wall art features the Sorting Hat's poem for those sorted into the house of Harry, Ron, and Hermione. This beautiful art print measures about 24-inches tall x 17-inches wide. Ages 13 and up. What makes MightyPrint wall art so unique? MightyPrints are made to last. Due to the prints' high quality and durability, you won't have the typical difficulties of tearing, fading, or warping. They're vibrant in color, making them a welcome addition to any collection. In addition, MightyPrints are made to diffuse light, bringing the colors to a new level when back lighting is present. Place yours in front of a window or in an LED illuminated light box (sold separately) and be amazed!
Harry Potter Beginning to End MightyPrint Wall Art Print
From the very first year to the very last, the story of Harry and his friends is one that generations will remember. Featuring artwork from the final movie and photography from Harry, Hermione, and Ron's first years at Hogwarts, this Harry Potter Beginning to End MightyPrint Wall Art Print takes you from the beginning of their story to the end. This state-of-the-art opaque print is sharp and crisp with a matte finish, fade-resistant vivid colors, and light diffusing properties. Durable and tear resistant and measures 24-inches wide x 17-inches tall. Made in the USA. What makes MightyPrint wall art so unique? MightyPrints are made to last. Due to their high quality and durability, you won't have the typical difficulties of tearing, fading, or warping. These prints are vibrant in color, making them a welcome addition to any collection.
Film Cells MMUG295 Harry Potter The Deathly Hallows Morphing Heat-Sensitive Mug
We offer a wide range of themed product lines like film cells Premier cells wall art morphing mugs. Our presentations are framed displays featuring from all favorite works with complementary artwork and all encased in a gallery. These products have high quality and durability. We always value for our clients satisfaction and work towards their requirements to fulfill them every day. To become a Master of Death Harry must master all three of the Deathly Hallows the Elder Wand Resurrection Stone and Cloak of Invisibility. Celebrate Harry's quest and every hot cup of coffee with this Morphing Mugs heat-sensitive color changing mug featuring the symbol of the Deathly Hallows. The exterior of this officially licensed 11oz mug transforms from black as hot liquid is added revealing the hidden image in full vivid colors. Hand wash only. $25.64
We offer a wide range of themed product lines like film cells Premier cells wall art morphing mugs. Our presentations are framed displays featuring from all favorite works with complementary artwork and all encased in a gallery. These products have high quality and durability. We always value for our clients satisfaction and work towards their requirements to fulfill them every day.
To become a Master of Death Harry must master all three of the Deathly Hallows the Elder Wand Resurrection Stone and Cloak of Invisibility. Celebrate Harry's quest and every hot cup of coffee with this Morphing Mugs heat-sensitive color changing mug featuring the symbol of the Deathly Hallows. The exterior of this officially licensed 11oz mug transforms from black as hot liquid is added revealing the hidden image in full vivid colors.
Hand wash only.<b>Features</b><ul><li>Harry Potter The Deathly Hallows Morphing Heat-Sensitive Mug</li><li>Color changing heat-sensitive ceramic mug</li><li>Heat-activation reveals hidden image</li><li>11oz in size weighs 1 lbs</li><li>Officially licensed mug designed and printed in the USA by Trend Setters</li><li>Authentic Morphing Mugs heat-sensitive mug</li></ul><b>Specifications</b><ul><li><b>Weight:</b> 1 lbs</li></ul>
Everett Collection EVC0512NVDGY011HLARGE Emma Watson At Arrivals for Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire Premiere The Ziegfeld Theatre New York Ny Saturday November 12 2005 Photo by Gregorio Binuya Photo Print 16 x 20 - Large
Emma Watson At Arrivals For Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Premiere Photo Print (16 x 20). Posters for your wall and fine art prints for the home or office. $37.06
Emma Watson At Arrivals For Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Premiere Photo Print (16 x 20). Posters for your wall and fine art prints for the home or office.<b>Features</b><ul><li>Emma Watson At Arrivals for Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire Premiere The Ziegfeld Theatre New York Ny Saturday November 12 2005 Photo by Gregorio Binuya & Everett Collection Photo Print</li><li>Designed with precision and functionality</li><li>Value for money</li><li>Superior quality design</li><li>Wide collection of posters to choose from</li><li>Choices for every style</li></ul><b>Specifications</b><ul><li><b>Size:</b> 16 x 20 in. </li><li><b>Weight:</b> 1 lbs</li></ul>
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Harry Potter Sirius Black MightyPrint Wall Art Print
Celebrate Sirius Black's miraculous escape from Azkaban Prison with this Harry Potter Sirius Black MightyPrint Wall Art Print. The print features the mug shot of the rogue wizard, along with a stern warning from the Ministry of Magic. This beautiful art print measures about 24-inches tall x 17-inches wide. What makes MightyPrint wall art so unique? MightyPrints are made to last. Due to the prints' high quality and durability, you won't have the typical difficulties of tearing, fading, or warping. They're vibrant in color, making them a welcome addition to any collection. In addition, MightyPrints are made to diffuse light, bringing the colors to a new level when back lighting is present. Place yours in front of a window or in an LED illuminated light box (sold separately) and be amazed! Ages 13 and up.
Harry Potter Hogwarts Wall Scroll
Welcome to Hogwarts! No matter which wizarding house you are sorted into, the Harry Potter Hogwarts Wall Scroll has got you covered. Based on hit film series, the Harry Potter Hogwarts Wall Scroll measures approximately 21-inches x 36-inches and is ready for display.
Harry Potter Slytherin Wall Scroll
Proudly display your true colors with the Harry Potter Slytherin Wall Scroll! Home to infamous members like Tom Riddle, Slytherin is for young witches and wizards with traits of cunning, resourcefulness, and ambition. Celebrate your inner serpent with this Harry Potter Slytherin Wall Scroll featuring their house animal and Slytherin's signature colors. Made from fabric, this Harry Potter Slytherin Wall Scroll measures about 21-inches x 36-inches.
Harry Potter Hufflepuff Wall Scroll
Proudly display your true colors with the Harry Potter Hufflepuff Wall Scroll! Founded by Helga Hufflepuff, Hufflepuff is for young witches and wizards with traits of dedication, loyalty, and patience. Celebrate your inner badger with this Harry Potter Hufflepuff Wall Scroll featuring their house animal and Hufflepuff's signature colors. Made from fabric, this Harry Potter Hufflepuff Wall Scroll measures about 21-inches x 36-inches.
Harry Potter Ravenclaw Wall Scroll
Proudly display your true colors with the Harry Potter Ravenclaw Wall Scroll! Founded by Helena Ravenclaw, Ravenclaw is for young witches and wizards with traits of intelligence, wit, and creativity. Celebrate your inner eagle with this Harry Potter Ravenclaw Wall Scroll featuring their house animal and Ravenclaw's signature colors. Made from fabric, this Harry Potter Ravenclaw Wall Scroll measures about 21-inches x 36-inches.
Harry Potter Gryffindor Wall Scroll
Proudly display your true colors with the Harry Potter Gryffindor Wall Scroll! Home to famous members like Albus Dumbledore, Gryffindor is for young witches and wizards with traits of bravery, courage, and chivalry. Celebrate your inner lion with this Harry Potter Gryffindor Wall Scroll featuring their house animal and Gryffindor's signature colors. Made from fabric, this Harry Potter Gryffindor Wall Scroll measures about 21-inches x 36-inches.
Harry Potter Peel and Stick Wall Appliques
Add the magic of Harry Potter to any room! Giant wall decals featuring Harry, Ron, Hermione and more! So easy - just peel and stick! Bring the magic of Harry Potter to life on your walls with these peel and stick wall decals. Featuring Harry, Ron, Hermione, and more of your favorite characters, these decals are sure to bring enchantment and excitement to any room. Pair them with our giant Harry Potter wall decals for the full effect!
Wrebbit 3D Puzzle - Harry Potter Diagon Alley - 450 Pieces by Wrebbit
Going through a brick wall or using Floo Powder to access Diagon Alley isn't necessary anymore. This 450-piece 3D puzzle gives muggles full access to a hidden side of London. Discover a unique range of mythical shops where young wizards find their school supplies and more. Whether it's for a wand at Ollivanders, books at Flourish & Blotts or simply for fun at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, you're sure to find what you're looking for!Assembled dimensions: 55.25cm L x 21.5 W x 19.5 H.For 14 years old to adultsChoking Hazard! Not for children under 3 years old.Wrebbit3D puzzles are the largest and have the highest piece count of their kind. Snug and tight fitting pieces that are easy to handle. They are the sturdiest 3D puzzles on the market. Highest quality of design and illustration. Made in Canada from non-toxic polyethylene foam.
Price 39.95 CAD
Price 39.95 CAD
Northwest 1HPT-05100-0005-RET Harry Potter Ravenclaw Crest Woven Tapestry Throw 48 x 60 in.
<b>Specifications</b><ul><li><b>Dimension:</b> 48 W x 60 L</li><li><b>Weight:</b> 2 lbs</li></ul>
You will love having and showing off artistic Woven Tapestry Throws by The Northwest Company designed around you and your children’s favorite TV shows and movies. Tapestries are approximately with fringes around the outside edges woven in finely colored thread to catch detailed colors and features. The high quality of the design and weaving process makes this throw a stand out choice as a room accent bed covering throw blanket or even a wall-hanging. Machine Washable. 100% Polyester. Made In America.
You will love having and showing off artistic Woven Tapestry Throws by The Northwest Company designed around you and your children’s favorite TV shows and movies. Tapestries are approximately with fringes around the outside edges woven in finely colored thread to catch detailed colors and features. The high quality of the design and weaving process makes this throw a stand out choice as a room accent bed covering throw blanket or even a wall-hanging. Machine Washable. 100% Polyester. Made In America.<b>Features</b><ul><li>Harry Potter Ravenclaw Crest Woven Tapestry Throw</li></ul>
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Inu could barely contain himself as he left the room for a moment. He covered his mouth, smothering a growl. This was not the werewolf developing in him, oh no. This was her, and it was blowing his mind how she was NATURALLY like this. She was born this way, and has been nursing this part of herself her whole life. Inu wanted to play with everyone like they were small, defenseless creatures. He had to hunt, and soon. He concentrated on his breathing, and managed to control himself. He had to eat, so he returned to the kitchen.
"Sit down, ladies. Yuki will prepare us some breakfast. " As he said this, there was a loud crack, and Yuki was there.
"Yes master, you want some breakfast? Forgive me, I have not served you as yet!" Yuki groveled. Inu smiled.
"Not to worry, with all the coming and going, you have done very well. Please make us a full breakfast. Eggs, bacon, pastries, porridges, fish, .. all of it. Spare nothing. " Inu set the task and then sat down at the table again. "I will clear this," he said, and gathered up his potion making equipment. He moved them to a display table against the wall and then sat down at the table, taking in the company with his eyes. Yuta, Ouki and Neko were each uniquely beautiful and deliciously dangerous. His senses were so heightened he allowed himself a minute to really notice their scents, their particular sounds, the swish of long hair, the crunch of gel on another. He was actually enjoying the idea of killing, not just for the end game of a the rage that came with being a werewolf, and not just for his own sadist desires, but for this new found intensity that was as true to his core as his own heart pushed blood to the rest of his body. He wanted to surgically disect. He ached to break the mind of his prey. His every thought was ticking over with ideas of how to kill in the cruelest way. He diverted his thoughts to random faces he had crossed and got lost in his daydream. A crooked smile crossed his lips, but his thought were soon interupted by someone speaking.
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Posted: Wednesday 9 December 2009 04 41 42 pm Post subject: Re: Albus potter and the Path Left Untrodden in topic:Albus potter and the Path Left Untrodden
Chapter 13: Silence
Albus's group of friends had never been torn apart by a row before. From the moment they met on the train ride over two years ago, the five of them had been close. During their first year, only one time had any of them had a row. It had only lasted ten minutes. Albus remembered it like it was just yesterday. The night he and John had fought about whether to tell Matt they knew he was a werewolf. It had been a very brief row, ending when Matt walked in.
Then, just a year ago, Kaden had flew into their group in a mist of hyperactivity and loudness. Albus didn't really count the rows he had shared with his cousin as rows within his group of friends. Kaden had not been Albus's friend then. They reconciled and then became friends. That was how Albus saw it.
No row had come between them like this one, though. Albus was still in shock about it the next day. If he had had to pick two of his friends to fight, he wouldn't have chosen Matt or Rose. The two of them seemed least likely to fight.
Rose did have a temper. There was no denying that. She and Albus had shared quite a few sibling-like squabbles growing up, but they had grown out of it. Rose's temper remained, though. She was stubborn as well. Albus had a lot of experience with that. Once Rose got an idea into her head there was no stopping her. It seemed that bringing Linda into their group was one of those things. Albus just couldn't fathom why. Sure, she was smart, but was that really a reason to become friends with someone?
Matt, on the other hand, didn't seem to have an angry bone in his body. This was definitely ironic considering that he became a raging werewolf once a month. In the two years Albus had known him, he had only seen him angry a couple times. Most of these occasions were when he was having whispered conversations with his sister. Albus would never have predicted that he would yell at Rose like he had.
Albus had no idea what to expect the next day. He doubted this was the sort of thing that would just blow over.
It certainly had not blown over, as Albus discovered at breakfast. His group of friends was no longer sitting together. When Albus, Matt, and John entered the Great Hall, they noticed that Rose, Amanda, and Linda were sitting at one end of the table, while Kaden was a few feet down from them. John immediately headed to where Kaden was sitting and Albus and Matt followed. Rose did not seem to notice them pass, nor did Amanda or Linda. There was no doubt in Albus's mind whose side Amanda was on. She was Rose's best friend first and foremost. And whatever her reason was, she had also befriended Linda.
Even though the girls were seated far away, nobody said anything during breakfast. John still looked furious as he stabbed his eggs with a bit too much force. Matt looked more tired than anything, but there was a glint of anger in his eyes. Kaden was at a complete loss for words, which happened very rarely. Even he went the whole meal without uttering a thing. Albus had no urge to start any conversations either. He was still quite angry with his cousin. The nerve of her to ask if they could let a complete stranger into the Marauder's Den was unfathomable to him.
The silence continued through History of Magic and Transfiguration. Albus sat in between John and Matt during both classes and glared at the back of Rose's head. She was sitting in between Amanda and Linda at the table in front of Albus's during both classes.
Albus paid zero attention during History of Magic. He merely recounted the row over and over again, which only caused him to become more angry. Judging by the look on John's face, he had been doing the same thing. Matt merely slept the entire class, completely unnoticed by Professor Binns.
Albus forced himself to pay attention and take notes during Transfiguration, although John did not. Matt remained awake during the class, but had a glazed look over his eyes.
It wasn't until Care of Magical Creatures that the uncharacteristically long silence dissolved. Matt decided to skip that class and sleep in the Marauder's Den instead and Albus couldn't blame him. It was a particularly windy and cold Autumn day and Albus shivered as he walked down to Hagrid's hut with John. Rose and Linda had Arithmancy, so they weren't even there. Amanda was, but she stood with Janie, Marina, and Karina for the duration of the class.
"Wow," John said in a low whisper as they sat on the cold, hard ground drawing pictures of the puffskeins they were watching.
He didn't have to say anything else. Albus knew what he was talking about. "Yeah," he muttered.
"Have you got any idea why Rose was so insistent about Linda?" John asked quietly.
"She's stubborn. She always has been," Albus replied, "Once, when we were eight or so, she wanted to go to this sleepover my cousins Gabriella, Georgia, and Heather were having. Her parents said no and she didn't speak to them for nearly a week."
"Seriously?" John gaped and then smirked, "Siriusly...."
Albus rolled his eyes. "Yeah, she did."
"Do you think she'd do that this time? Not talk to us for a week?"
"It wouldn't surprise me if she didn't talk to us until we let Linda into the room," Albus sighed.
"That's not going to happen," John said.
"No, it's not," Albus agreed, "Even if by some chance we decided to let her, there's no way Matt would. And I think Kaden would just agree to whatever I said."
"Well, I can't blame Matt for not wanting her in there," John lowered his voice even more, "He always sleeps there before the you know what. He's not going to want her to know about it."
"I can't blame him either," Albus agreed.
"You do know what this means, right?" John asked.
"We're going to have to take our own notes in class now," John groaned, "No way is Rose going to let us borrow hers anymore."
Albus couldn't help but giggle a little at that. Albus could always rely on John to lighten the mood. Either him or Kaden. Albus and John didn't talk much for the remainder of the class and the brief bit of humor died away quickly.
Albus and John headed straight for the Marauder's Den after class. They passed Rose on their way there, but she acted like she didn't notice them.
"You awake?" John shouted as they entered the room.
"I am now," Matt replied groggily from his bed. A few moments later he got up and laid down on the couch.
"You don't look so good," John said as he tossed his bag unceremoniously onto the floor and jumped onto the other end of the couch.
"You think?" Matt said sarcastically.
"No, I mean, you look worse than usual," John replied.
"Oh, that's nice," Albus said as he sat down in one of the chairs.
John did have a point, though. Matt was as pale as he usually was the day before a full moon, but the dark circles under his eyes were more pronounced. His eyes were also more bloodshot, which gave him the look of a person who hadn't slept in days.
"It's true," John shrugged, "Haven't you been sleeping all day?"
Matt sighed and shook his head. "No. Didn't sleep that much last night either. I just can't. I keep thinking about what happened yesterday.... The only real sleep I've gotten was in History of Magic. I need a good Binns lecture to put me to sleep now."
Albus didn't think he'd ever heard the phrase 'good Binns lecture' before. "Won't that make tonight worse?" Albus asked quietly, "Not sleeping before it?"
"Yeah, of course it will," Matt said quietly, "But I can't make myself sleep."
"Ask Madam Pomfrey for a potion," John suggested.
"She'll ask too many questions," Matt said, "I never have a problem falling asleep before the full moon. She'll be suspicious. I don't want to tell her about the row."
Matt didn't elaborate anymore about his lack of sleep, so Albus and John played a bit of Exploding Snap. Matt didn't feel like playing.
"Albus?" Matt asked after a half hour or so.
"Yeah?" Albus replied.
"Rose wouldn't," Matt paused, "You know, tell anyone about me, would she? Because I've been thinking, she's the sort of secret keeper for the charm for Kaden, but if she tells someone then who knows what would happen with that, so maybe we should switch to you and-"
"No," Albus interrupted him, "She wouldn't do that. Rose might be stubborn and angry with you, but she would never ever tell anyone that you're a werewolf. She knows that it's your secret to tell."
"But what if she just slips up?" Matt asked anxiously.
Albus tried to see this from Matt's point of view. He also reminded himself that Matt was probably sleep deprived and combine that with how sick he always got before the full moon, he wouldn't be seeing things rationally. But the idea of Rose telling someone that Matt was a werewolf just because she was mad at him was hard to believe.
"She won't," Albus said adamantly, "I've known her longer than you. She won't do that."
"All right," Matt said warily and leaned back on the couch.
Albus exchanged glances with John as Matt's eyes began to glaze over. This was not going to blow over quickly.
Albus slept horribly that night. He tossed and turned and stared at the glowing circle the full moon created on the hangings of his bed. Bilius's soft snoring filled the room. Albus was sure he wouldn't fall asleep at all that night. He had too much on his mind.
His best friend and his cousin were fighting. The cousin he had grown up with, spent all his pre-Hogwarts days with. His best friend since first year. Albus felt awful about it. He could think of at least twenty things he'd rather do that have his best friend and his cousin fight like this. A month's worth of detention with Filch, for example.
This was different than a little disagreement, too. John and Rose often fought with each other, but Albus kind of thought they liked it. Albus himself sort of enjoyed squabbling with James. Matt never fought with any of them, though. And none of them ever really rowed. What if Rose and Matt never made up? Albus swallowed hard and stared fixedly at the end of his bed. They had to make up, eventually. But what if they didn't? A nagging voice in the back of Albus's head told him it was a possibility. He tried to shake it out of his head as he closed his eyes in a vain attempt to get some sleep.
Albus had been hoping Defense Against the Dark Arts would provide a much needed escape from his thoughts of Matt and Rose never making up. That class usually required every bit of Albus's brain power and he couldn't really think about anything else during it. Unfortunately, Balladanis decided to give one of his rare lectures. Albus's mind wandered and by the time the class was over, he really couldn't remember what Balladanis had lectured about. He had assigned an essay, too, which didn't help matters.
Slughorn, on the other hand, decided to have a practical lesson even though it was only a single class. Since Matt was in the hospital wing, Albus worked with John and Janie Creevey, John's usual potions partner. He was just glad Slughorn didn't make him work with Rose and Amanda. Linda was mysteriously absent, so their group was down to two people.
John sent Albus to go get ingredients while he and Janie set up. He joined the queue behind Amanda.
"Albus," Amanda said quietly.
"Amanda," Albus replied, reminding him a lot of the way he and Limbert had worked the previous year. Polite greetings and no talking.
"Albus?" Amanda asked as they neared the cupboard.
"Yeah?" Albus replied.
"Er, how's Matt?" she asked quietly.
Albus shrugged. "Haven't had the time to visit him today."
Amanda nodded. "Um, what about the row? How is he about that?"
"He's still angry with Rose," Albus muttered.
"Oh. I was hoping..." her voice trailed off.
"How is Rose?"
"Angry," Amanda sighed, "Oh, Albus, I hate this! I hate not being able to be with you lot, but I can't abandon Rose."
"I hate it too," Albus said quietly. He was sort of surprised that Amanda still wanted to be around them, after they denied Linda access to the room. After all, she was Linda's friend, too.
"It's so stupid," she whispered, "Fighting like this."
"I know," Albus said, "But I don't think Rose and Matt think it's stupid."
"What about John and Kaden? What do they think?"
"John flat out refuses to let Linda into the room. I do, too," he said quickly, "We're all in agreement about that. Kaden, too."
"I know. And I get why. I just think its stupid to let it come between us."
"Me, too," Albus agreed, "But Rose is so stubborn. I know she's your best friend, but I've grown up with her. And she refuses to give in. So this might last a while."
"I don't want it to, Albus," Amanda said quietly.
"I don't either," Albus sighed.
Albus got his ingredients and went back to John's cauldron. He couldn't tell John anything about the conversation, though, since Janie was there. In fact, they only talked about the potion as they worked.
"Time's up!" Slughorn announced a while later, "Bring a sample up to my desk for grading."
Albus dropped their potion off to Slughorn on his way out the door with John. He glanced back at Amanda. She was talking with Rose, but looked up and gave Albus a half-hearted smile. Albus returned it and left the room, somehow feeling worse than he had when he entered.
Albus and John hurried to the Great Hall and found Kaden. The three of them ate a quick lunch and then rushed off to the hospital wing before their next classes.
Madam Pomfrey was sitting at her desk when they walked in. She looked up, but remained seated when the three boys walked inside.
"Hello, boys," she greeted them.
"Hi Madam Pomfrey," Albus replied.
"Where's..." the nurse began to ask, but then shook her head and closed her mouth.
Albus shrugged and continued his way towards the only occupied bed in the ward. He pulled the curtains open and sat down on the end of Matt's bed.
Matt was asleep. Sound asleep judging by the rhythmic way his chest moved up and down under the blankets. His face was scratched and there was a bandage around his forehead, but other than that he looked all right. Granted, most of his body was covered by the blanket, but Albus hoped he was all right otherwise.
He didn't stir when Albus sat down. John gently prodded his blanketed arm, but he didn't appear to notice it at all.
"If he's asleep, I suggest you let him be," Madam Pomfrey shouted from her desk, "In fact, I insist."
"Is he ok?" John asked, "He usually wakes up when we come in."
"He had a rough night," the nurse sighed, "It's like he didn't get any rest beforehand, but Hagrid tells me he skipped Care of Magical Creatures, so I'm sure he must have slept. But he's only woken up once since I brought him back this morning. So, for whatever the reason, he must need to sleep. Perhaps it would be best if you came back after dinner."
Albus nodded and got up off the bed. He knew why Matt needed the extra sleep. He hadn't slept much the previous day. Albus didn't say much to John and Kaden as they left. He muttered a quiet goodbye as he left for Ancient Runes. He was dreading that class. It was one he shared with Rose and Matt, and since Matt was practically unconscious in the hospital wing, it would just be him and Rose.
Albus was half tempted to just skip Ancient Runes. After all, he hadn't ever skipped a class before, except when he was sick. Even when Washburn was teaching Charms, Albus was there for every class. But, he was sure the teacher would send an owl to his parents, so he trudged his way to Ancient Runes as slowly as possible without being late.
However, Albus hadn't thought about the downside of being the last one to show up for class. When he walked into the room, there were only two seats left, at Rose's table. Linda was mysteriously absent again.
Albus groaned inwardly and sat down next to his cousin. He stole a quick glance at her, but she was facing forward, looking determined.
Professor Sturly walked in a moment later. Albus crossed his fingers for a lecture class, something he rarely did. If the class was a lecture, he could easily not talk to Rose at all. But if they were working on decoding runes, he would have to work with a partner as usual. Since both Matt and Linda weren't in class, he'd have to partner with Rose.
Sure enough, Sturly passed out tablets of runes for the class to decipher. She placed one in between Albus and Rose and told them to work together since their usual partners weren't there.
"Albus," Rose said icily as she turned to the tablet.
"Rose," Albus muttered.
They worked quietly for a while, only talking about the runes.
"That's not a sun, Albus," Rose said as Albus wrote the word 'sun' on his parchment.
"Then what is it?" Albus asked.
"It's a moon."
"Oh," Albus muttered and changed his answer, "Er, where is Linda?"
"Why do you care?" Rose glared at him.
"I'm just curious," Albus shrugged.
"She's sick, if you must know," Rose said, "She hasn't looked well for the past few days."
"She wasn't in the hospital wing," Albus replied.
"Not everyone goes to the hospital wing for every little thing," Rose said shortly.
"Well, if she's been sick for a few days-"
"That's her business, isn't it?" Rose interrupted.
Albus nodded. Rose was right about that. "Er, aren't you going to ask how Matt is?"
"I guess," Rose muttered, "How is he?"
"Worse than usual, thanks to your row."
"That wasn't only my fault. He was right there rowing with me," Rose seethed, "So don't guilt me into doing anything."
"I'm not trying to guilt you into anything," Albus groaned, "I just thought that you might actually care how his-"
Albus cut himself off. Transformation. Rose said Linda had been sick for the past few days. So had Matt. Linda had been sick around the full moon. Was it possible that she, Linda, was a werewolf, too? Albus stared dumbstruck at the tablet he was supposed to be decoding. It was kind sort of too much of a coincidence for them both to get sick at the same time. But then why would Matt be so opposed to Linda finding out that he was a werewolf, if she was one herself?
"Albus?" Rose asked.
"Rose-" he paused. Would Rose really tell him if Linda was a werewolf? Probably not. "Never mind."
"Er, ok," Rose shrugged.
The rest of the class dragged by. As soon as the bell rang, Albus grabbed his stuff and ran out of the room. He had to find John and Kaden. They had to find out if Linda really was a werewolf or not.
Albus made it to the Marauder's Den in record time. Neither John or Kaden were there yet. Come to think of it, Kaden had class anyway, so he wouldn't even be there. But John didn't. Albus tossed his bag down and began pacing around the room.
John entered the room a short while later. Albus looked up and ran over to him.
"John!" Albus shouted.
"What?" John asked, thoroughly confused.
"I had to partner with Rose during Ancient Runes since Matt wasn't there. Guess who else wasn't there? Linda. And she wasn't in Potions either," Albus said quickly.
"So?" John asked.
"I asked Rose about it and she said that Linda's been ill the past few days," Albus continued.
"But she's been in class," John pointed out.
"I know, that's part of it!" Albus replied, "Can you think of anyone else who goes to class even when he's ill?"
John paused and then his eyes widened in shock. "Matt! Wait, are you thinking-"
"Linda's a werewolf," Albus said.
"You really think?" John asked.
"Well, I obviously don't know for sure...."
"What about the last full moon? Was she sick then?"
"I don't remember," Albus sighed, "I didn't really pay attention, did you?"
"Nope," John said, "But seriously?"
"I don't know. I mean, it's possible, but if she's a werewolf, why was Matt so afraid of her finding out he's one?"
"Good point," John sighed.
"We've got to find out."
"I know, we can ask Matt!" John said, "Because she would've been with him in the Shrieking Shack, right?"
"Not necessarily," Albus shook his head, "If Wolfsbane works for her, she couldn't have been near him."
"Oh, right," John replied, "But maybe he'd know anyway."
"Or maybe not. Maybe he hasn't got a clue, but if he did know he wouldn't be so worried about her finding out about him," Albus said.
"And then he and Rose could make up."
"Exactly," Albus grinned. He wanted nothing more than Rose and Matt to make up. "Let's go see if he's awake."
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"Are you kidding?" Sam looked up, horrified. She was still dressed in her jogging clothes, and did not at all feel up for a fight. But william couldn't go either. She wished Raijin had given her a cell number to call. She cursed to herself, and climbed.
Moving the manhole cover off once she reached the top, allowed it to float so as not to scrape and make any noise, and carried bounced herself up with one push. She landed on the floor of a shop somewhere in the market sector. She could tell by the contents. This was an old area, still determined to sell crushed herbs and spices and fresh plants and other such items. All of these were mostly preserved and packaged now. The city did not allow for any kind of growth; all fresh produce was delivered from overseas or the country.
Sam scanned the area. The shop was dark and dusty, and there were barrels of spices and powders everwhere. There was room to the right, the back area, and to her left, the shop entrance. Someone was at the front counter, serving a customer. Sam peered around the wall and decided they were not who she was looking for. Sam felt a presense too close behind her and she stood bolt upright, freezing where she stood. Whoever it was , was breathing rattly, and was a good foot taller than her. Sam turned around and was looking into a black robe. She looked up into the face and what she saw made her utter one word.
"Help." she put her hands up to move the creature, and it started to fly back from her push, but not before it grabbed her hands and brought her with it, crashing them both against the far wall, spilling shelf after shelf of jars into a shower glass down on them.
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Posted: Sunday 6 December 2009 10 29 14 am Post subject: Re: Ouki and Damien in topic:Ouki and Damien
Ouki pulled the disabled toilet door shut and pushed Damien further in as she did so. She locked the door and then crouched down and started rummaging through her bag, assessing what she would need. Her mind was racing. Damien had told her they couldn't kill, and the idea of it made her feel hung over. Her mouth felt dry, and her head ached. She paused and pulled out one of her knives. She held it for a moment in her hands, rolling the handle between her fingers. She expertly flipped the blade over, holding the metal, and whipped it against the stone wall, piercing it. Standing up, she stood for a moment and at that moment she realised something. She had no urge to kill. The knife felt good in her hand, but only as a weapon of skill. She turned around and saw that Damien was watching her.
"when I was very .. young..." she started quietly, pulling the knife from the wall. "i was ... terribly afraid of the sight of blood. It made me faint, if the memory is correct." she pressed the tip of her knife into her finger and punctured it. The sharp pain made Ouki jump, and as she watched the blood bubble out of her finger, she quickly put it in her mouth. The taste was metally, and her head was spinning. she wretched, and ran to the toilet, emptying her stomach. She reached up and flushed the toilet, and looked on the white toilet seat where her hands clutched the edges, and her finger had smeared blood there. The sight of it made her dizzy, and she fell to one side, hitting her forehead on the porcelin bowl.
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