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Mission Impossible by goddess faith

Format: Novella
Chapters: 22
Word Count: 45,520
Status: Abandoned

Rating: Mature
Warnings: Strong Language, Mild Violence, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Substance Use or Abuse

Genres: Drama, Romance, Young Adult
Characters: Harry, Ron, Hermione, Lupin, Draco, Pansy, George, Blaise (M), OC, OtherCanon
Pairings: Draco/Hermione, Hermione/FredOrGeorge, Hermione/OC, Other Pairing

First Published: 10/09/2007
Last Chapter: 08/14/2009
Last Updated: 08/14/2009


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This story is abandoned for now. I completely lost the inspartion to write it. I might pick it back up in the future, but as of right now I am not writing on it.

Chapter 18: The First Battle

A/N: This chapter is shorter than the rest, but it wasn’t acutally finished. I have a huge research paper due and probably won’t be able to write anymore until the end of the semester, which is nearing. So I thought that this would be a good ending point for this chapter. I hope you enjoy!
~Goddess Faith

Chapter Eighteen: The first battle

“Come and play, Hermione…” A voice hissed through the night as Hermione slowly awoken and stood up, not yet opening her eyes. For a moment she thought she couldn‘t. Then the voice came again. “We won’t hurt you.”

Hermione’s eyes snapped open then, but it hurt really bad. Her vision was blurred and her eyes burned. She squinted her eyes, trying to take a look around. Even with her vision blurred she could tell that she wasn’t familiar with this place. From what she could see she was in a forest of some kind. It wasn’t the forest on Hogwarts grounds, she knew, but it was the forest from her dream. She tried to look around to who was talking. Then, all at once, she heard a lot of footsteps. Who all was here?

She concentrated hard on the other senses, just like Aiden had taught her. It sounded like there were about nine other pairs footsteps coming at her. Hermione’s hearing tried to focus on how fast they were coming. But something took her by surprise. A very husky breathing creature was near her. She heard the rustle of the leaves and the ump in the breath and Hermione knew it was jumping at her. She moved just in time to feel the wind off the creature hurling past her. She was terrified. Where was Aiden?

“Yeah, Hermione, come on… we won’t bite… much,” They kept taunting her. Hermione was confused. Were they vampires?

“Back off, Milachi,” A strong voice yelled and then she saw a blurry figure come in front of her. In her dream she hadn’t gotten who that was at first, but by now she would know the voice anywhere. It was Aiden. The thought of him being there made her feel a tad bit safer.

“Brave boy, Aiden. Or perhaps foolish. Yes, defiantly foolish.” The hissing voice said again as she heard leaves scatter toward her. The figure that Hermione knew was Aiden flew away from her. She heard something hard hit something else very hard. She guessed that was Aiden being slammed into a tree. She then heard something very odd.

It was a different kind of breathing pattern than the others had, yet she knew this one. The footsteps stopped a moment, meaning that this person picked up their entire foot when the walked. The others let it drag in the leaves. She now knew who this was.

“Draco?” She whispered to herself. What was he doing there? Wasn’t he angry with her?

She heard him shout a curse she had never heard of before, but it didn’t seem to work. She only heard one fall, but heard the others start rushing toward them. She quickly moved, rubbing her eyes, wishing her vision would come back.

Hermione then thought of something. Her wand! She started to feel around her robes for her wand. It wasn’t in her normal pocket, but she didn’t panic just yet. When it wasn’t anywhere else, then she got worried.
“Mr. Malfoy, how did I know you would show up?” Milachi was talking. They didn’t seem to be around Hermione anymore. She listened hard, wondering what was happening and where Aiden was. Or even if he was all right.

“It was the way your intended it.” Draco snared. “I won’t let you kill her. You will have to go through me first!”

“That was the plan.” One of the other ones laughed and Hermione gasped. They were going to kill Draco! She couldn’t let this happen! “Do you really think we wanted a silly girl that wasn’t even a threat to us? She is after the Dark Lord… he will take care of her. But you… you will be a great brother to our family.”

“Over my dead body!” Hermione yelled, not even thinking about what she was saying. It had really made her mad when he said she wasn’t a threat to them. She hadn’t even begun thinking about how they even knew about Draco. I heard only one creature start toward me.

“That can certainly be arranged, Miss Granger.” Milachi informed her in a calm voice. Even though she could only see a blurred outline of him, she knew she hated him. Right down the to the depths of her soul.

“Then bring it on… I am not a threat right? Why let the Dark Lord do it? Take me on now! Save him the trouble.” Hermione challenged him, taking a step back. He then laughed, which made her insides twist in anger.

“Little Miss Granger… you can’t honestly think you can beat me…” Milachi replied, light heartedly.

“I can try.” She defended, hoping the other vampires wouldn’t attack Draco if she was occupying their master.

“Nah… I am not wasting my time or energy on some silly little girl. I have bigger things to do.” She then heard his footsteps stalk off.

Great, now what? She asked herself, trying not to sigh. She knew one spell that would wipe them all out, but she didn’t have a wand.

“Attack!” She heard Milachi yell and then all of a sudden there were nine jumps and one scream. Draco was the scream.

Hermione heard something useful, though. Something hard and thin hit the ground. Draco’s wand! It had to have been. Hermione rushed over, picking it up.

“RADDICO!” Hermione yelled, seeing the orange light emurge from the wand and light up the entire forest. Then it was dark again. She listened carefully to see if it had worked. She didn’t hear anything so she was guessing it had.

Her vision now returned to her and she knew that something must have happened to
Milachi, because he had cast the curse on her. It was still very dark and she could barley see anything.

As she walked around she tripped over several bodies.

“Lumos.” She said and the tip of Draco’s wand lit up. Her first mission was to find Draco. That wasn’t that hard. The hard part was removing all the bodies on top of Draco. After that she was sure he would be okay, so she had to find Aiden. She knew he had been here, but something had happened and Hermione wasn’t for sure what it was.

“Aiden!” Hermione yelled, but didn’t get a reply. She hurried toward where she had heard him crash up against a tree. To her shock, he was still there. His lifeless body lay tangled up near a tree. Surely crashing into a tree couldn’t kill an immortal. Milachi had done something else… or had it been her? Had the spell effected him too?

Hermione began to feel very dizzy and weak. She knew she couldn’t get out of here with both boys… not even one. So she sent up sparks with the wand, hoping someone would see them. She then fell to the ground, passing out.


As Hermione opened her eyes she was in a plain white room that smelled highly of anti-germ solutions. She sat up and looked around. It resembled a muggle hospital, but Hermione knew better. She was in St. Mungos.

Looking around she found a button on her left. She hit it, hoping it called a nurse into her room. Lucky for her, it did.

“Well, we were wondering when you were going to be up.” The nurse’s friendly smile annoyed Hermione.

“Do you know where Draco Malfoy or Aiden Lawless are?” Hermione questioned, not bothering to be friendly or nice.

“Um… they are here. I can tell you that, but I cannot tell you anything else. It is very private.” The nurse explained to her and I flood of relief came over her. If they were here, it must mean they were all right. Right?

“All right. Thank you… may I please go?” Hermione questioned, raising her eyebrow.

“Um…” The nurse checked her charts. “Well… it seems there is no reason you can’t… Yes… you are free to go.”

With that Hermione jumped up, grabbed the clothes on the near by chair and went off to the bathroom to change. She had to get out of there as quickly as possible. She had to see Draco and Aiden and knew one way of doing that.

Hermione had to go back to Hogwarts to get help from her former friends. She knew it wouldn’t be easy.

“Harry…” Her voice was a little bit above a whisper as she sat down beside him in the Great Hall. He turned toward her, a disgusted look upon his face.

“Shouldn’t you be over there with your precious Slytherins?” He hissed a her and she let her head fall.

“I need your help, Harry.” Hermione tried. “My friends are in St. Mungo’s and I have to know if they are all right. Please…”

“Help? You want us to help you after what you did? You abandoned Ron and me when we needed you the most. Why should we help you?” Harry questioned her. She felt her heart fall as he did. She wanted Harry to just forgive and forget, but she couldn’t blame him for not doing that. She also couldn’t tell him her plan. That would make an even bigger mess of things. She would just have to find a way to do this on her own.

Hermione stood up and started out of the Great Hall. She should have known that that wouldn’t work. She had lost Harry and Ron forever.

“Hermione!” She heard a voice run up behind her. She turned around, hopeful that it was Harry. It wasn’t. Just Fred.

“Yeah?” She asked, not bothering to be mean.

“I heard you need help… with your friends. I will help if you want me to.” He offered and Hermione wasn’t for sure if he was being sincere or not.

“Why would you want to help me?” She questioned, folding her arms. He was mad at her.

“As hard as it may be to believe, Hermione… I still care about you a great deal. Sure, I don’t understand everything you do, but I still care about you just the same.” Fred explained and Hermione couldn’t stop herself from smiling.

“Fine… hurry. I don’t know how much time we may have…” She didn’t take the time to explain, but motioned for him to follow her.


“Now, I am not sure where they are.” Hermione whispered to Fred as they approached St. Mungo’s.

“Then what is the plan to find them?” Fred inquired, staring up at the building.

“Well… they have to have a chart at the front desk, right?” Hermione explained, making the plan up as she went along. “I was thinking that you can put up some sort of distraction… you and Fred did make those things with the bleeding, right? Well, I need something like that. Just to get the main woman away from the desk and the people in the waiting room distracted.”

“Got it.” Fred smirked, pulling a small green gummy out of his pocket. Hermione shook her head, knowing better than to ask. Hermione nodded toward him, motioning for him to go first.

Hermione followed close behind him, keeping watch over everything.