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HTTYD meets HP Chapter 8
I stood frozen, stunned, as Nelson approached the head of the sleeping dragon, grabbed a rock off the cave floor and hurled it right at it. "You know, that's really not a good plan to get on his good side," I commented. Wait, why was I giving him advice?
"Shut up! Like you have any better ideas!" he said nastily, continuing to throw rocks at it. They had no effect, to my relief, and just bounced off the tough scales. If they had he'd probably have been fried.
Maybe if he continued to act so annoying I could still win the second Red Death over myself. But how were either of us going to get it to wake without angering it? I have no idea wh
HTTYD meets HP Chapter 7
After many twists and turns at odd places, and heading in directions I thought we'd already come from for some time, I was finally getting frustrated with Mahina. "How much farther is it?" I asked, fighting to keep my voice more or less polite. "Oh, it will take aaages," moaned Mahina, then stopped abruptly. "We're here."
It was dark here, even for the forest, but I could make out a spot in the darkness that got even darker, if that was possible: the entrance to a cave.
"Is it... safe?" I asked, unconsciously stalling. "I don't know," whined Mahina. "I've never been inside of it! Now go. Find your lost thing. I suppose I'll have to wait
HTTYD meets HP Chapter 6
After telling the others everything was fine and that the dragon had flown off the grounds somewhere North, likely never to be seen again, I made my way up to Gryffondor Tower to pass the time until tonight. Even if Toothless wouldn't help me, he'd still be there to keep me company, and the forest would seem a lot less lonely.
"Baubles," I said (the password you had to tell the portrait, a fat lady in a pink dress, to get into Gryffondor Tower) and walked inside the Common Room after it swung open. A jet of bright white light hit me smack in the face.
"I'm so sorry!" someone gasped, as I tried to process what had happened. "I didn't see
HTTYD meets HP Chapter 5
The next day in the Great Hall, whilst everyone else was eating breakfast, I was thinking. Hard.
The fact that Professor Dumbledore had told me I had to do my job quickly was what made me nervous. After last night, just seeing the size of that forest dampened my spirits. What if I couldn't find the second Red Death after all? What if I failed? And why was Toothless acting like this?
"Excuse me," said someone behind me. "Can I sit here?" "Sure," I said absent mindedly. A boy with a pointy face and dark brown hair sat down next to me. "What happened to your leg?" he said bluntly. "What?" I said, taken off gaurd. "Oh, yeah, you know... Figh
HTTYD meets HP Chapter 4
Professor Dumbledore hadn't been very specific about what exactly I was supposed to do once in the forest; he seemed to leave it up to me to figure out where to start. Racing down a hill to get there, I knew what I was doing first: finding Toothless!
When I reached the forest I paused; it seemed a whole lot bigger and more forboding up close. The trees were much more massive -more menacing looking- than any of the trees I'd seen back in Berk. I gathered my courage and stepped inside.
"Toothless?" I called cautiously, then a little more loudly, "Toothless, where are you?" I was really curious how he had found me here.
I peered through t
HTTYD meets HP Chapter 3
I walked down one of the many corridors of the massive castle, attempting to find my way to History of Magic class. Professor Dumbledore had explained that I was starting in the middle of the year, and although I'd missed the first five years of my magical education, I seemed quick witted and he thought I could catch on fast enough. He had given me all the supplies I hadn't been able to get at the start of the year like everybody else, including a wand. He'd had a bunch of wands he'd made me "try out" until I found the one that "chose" me. It was a dark brown stick, not long, made of elder wood he'd told me. It had dragon heart string for th
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