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A Fortunate Meeting
From what I’ve read,” she said slowly, trying to get her thoughts in order, “A phoenix is very smart and if I was smart and I could fly...well...I wouldn’t need to be with anyone. I would be free and on my own.”
The Dragon Urn
Fei’s eyes started to sting and she squeezed her fingers to the point that she could feel the blood stop flowing to the tips. The silence was deafening to her. No one was speaking out on her behalf even though if anyone thought about it logically, it would be impossible for her to meddle with the Dragon Urn in any way. She could barely levitate a calligraphy brush during her lessons and her cousins knew that.
A Simple Greeting
“That was brilliant!” he howled, “Oh! How I wish I could take a picture of Lucius’ face. He looked like he swallowed a toad! His family...His high and mighty father...dismissed by a girl who doesn’t even use a wand!”
A Shopping Trip
Sirius shook his head. “Pewter. Gold. There’s no difference. One cauldron is the same as the other.”
“Spoiled, rich twits,” Severus muttered under his breath but not low enough for it to go unheard.
“What did you just say?” Sirius asked.
“Clearly, you have bogies for brains if you think it does not matter,” Severus said in a clipped voice, “Potion making is very difficult and the details matter.”
A History on Blood
“Watch it,” Lord Gaozu said when Xiao dropped the hossu into his hand, “Or else I’ll have you roasted for dinner. And you...daughter...have I made myself clear?”
Fei nodded again but could not take her eyes off of the floor. They were in danger of shedding tears and she did not want to give her father the satisfaction to know that he had wounded her so deeply. “Perfectly clear.”
Platform 9 3/4
“What do you mean why? After all that she’s been through?!” Lily asked exasperatedly.
Sirius crossed his arms over his chest, which somehow made him looked even more relaxed. “What have you been through?”
Lily turned to Fei. “He doesn’t know?”
“I only told you,” Fei admitted.
The Sorting Hat
"Why is it important which House you are sorted into? Shouldn't we be more focused on what we're actually learning? It is a school, after all."
"Of course it matters," Severus said, "Which House you're placed in decides which type of people you'll be around for the next seven years! You don't want to hang out with the wrong crowd."
"I'd prefer not to hang out with any crowd," Fei replied.
The Slytherin Dungeon
"...If you two cause trouble again, I will send both of you to Professor Slughorn for disciplinary actions. You, Fei-Ying Yun, for attacking another student and you - Yes! You, Florence Derwent - for stealing.”
Florence was too angry to speak and she looked like she was about to burst into tears for real. Fei, however, nodded in total acquiescence. “Call me Fei.”
The girl smiled, showing deep dimples and kind eyes. “I’m Andromeda, the Head Girl for Slytherin."
“Oh, look. It’s Princess Punisher and Snivelllus.”
Lily was already more than halfway to her seat but she still whirled around stormed back to the two snickering boys that sat across the aisle from Fei and Severus. “Leave them alone, Sirius! I mean it!”
“Come on, Lily. We’re just having a bit of fun,” James grinned while Sirius managed to lean back on his backless seat and prop his feet up on the table.
The Silliest Black
"Shut your trap, Sirius, or I'll shut it for you," Lily said in a low but dangerous tone as she helped Fei down the steps, "It's all fun and games when you and James mess with people but now you can't handle it when the tables have turned."
"...Remus and Peter help out sometimes too."
"You can shut up too, Potter!" Lily snapped. No one said anything more as Lily took Fei down the steps.
"Why aren't my words working, Lily?"
The Slug Club
"Why on earth would you do that to Professor Slughorn? He means no harm! Do you know how upset he was? You've ruined his night!"
"Oh, relax, Evans!" James said, "It's not like any of you will starve. Besides, why are you automatically coming to us for this? WHat makes you think this was us?"
"Oh, please!" Lily scoffed. "Of course it was you lot. Who else would it be?"
"Prove it," Sirius said with a grin.
What Goes Up...
"I didn't know we get turns. I want next!" James said.
Sirius smirked. "Sorry, mates. Get your own Cathayan royalty."
They flew up in the air, leaving behind the jeering and shouting that were swiftly drowned out by the rushing winds and Sirius' own joyous hollering, still clinging on to Fei. As Xiao maneuvered up and around the Quidditch field, Sirius got bolder and bolder and soon, he was grazing the front of the Quidditch stands with his outstretched hand and then flying without holding onto anything at all.
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