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Post  Ben4157 on Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:31 am

The train starts to slow and after a few minutes stops at the Hogsmead Station. Zan gets up and heads towards the door with Zinthara right behind him. at he door Zan says: "Well, are you coming or not?"


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Post  vadania123 on Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:34 am

I pick up my luggage and then Micky. She suddenly wakes up with all the noise of all the other students plus us moving around. "I'm ready. Let's go." Follows Zan.
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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Sun Jan 30, 2011 7:45 pm

A Voice rang out through the train: "Leave your luggage in your compartment, someone will collect them and bring them to the castle."
I reached into my trunk and pulled out my wand, and my money bag. These were the two most important things in my trunk, so if anything happened to it, I would still be ok. Upon leaving the train, I saw many students walking around, a sea of robes and hats. All the taller students seemed to be heading to our left, towards some carriages with weird creatures being used as horses.
"First years, this way please." Came the call of a older looking woman. She seemed to be leading us to a large lake.

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Post  vadania123 on Sun Jan 30, 2011 7:53 pm

After hearing the older woman saying to leave our luggage on train, I turned back around (fortunately I only made it two steps out of the door) and put my luggage back in the compartment. I grab my wand and walk back out and follow the other first years.
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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:24 am

Being ahead of the others Zan is already waiting near the docks when they arrive. Zan then says: "I see you heard the lady and found your way here." Sounding very excited.

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Post  vadania123 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:47 am

Finally caught up with Zan and the others. "Yes I guess I did." Trying not look over enthused but not doing too well.
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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:53 am

I was still taking everything at face value. Only later would I become aware of how magical this lake, and the castle which sat near it really was. There were twenty-one boats. Each boat could hold two students, with the boat in front holding the guide. I did a quick head count, noting twenty boys and twenty girls. his would be an interesting year...I hadn't had this much human interaction since my muggle schooling.

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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:56 am

"Hey Marcus want to sit with me?"

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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:57 am

Um...ok then, why not?"

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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:00 am

Not saying much once on the boat Zan only looks at Marcus as though asking something. Either of himself or Marcus.

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Post  vadania123 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:03 am

I noticed Zan and Marcus get on one of the boats and follow them. I decide to sit in one of the boats next to them.
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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:07 am

The boats suddenly started moving, floating along the lake. It was a clear night, giving me a view of the surroundings. I saw somthing moving, somthing large, just below the surface of the water.
"That's just the giant squid," said the guide, "It wont hurt you, assuming you don't jump in."

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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:14 am

Momentarily distracted Zan looks down at the water with only a slight look of surprise, apparently having read up on it. Zan then says "You don't always get to see the Squid."

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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:16 am

For someone who apparently knew nothing of this world, your quite knowledgeable."
This was by far the nicest way I have ever told someone to shut up.

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Post  vadania123 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:16 am

While my boat was moving across the lake, I noticed how clear the water was and the giant squid. I wanted to talk to it but decided not to cause I never spoken to a squid before. I mostly speak to land creatures and Micky. I also do not want it to accidentally jump up and scare everybody. That would be really bad. I wonder if anyone else here can speak to animals like I can?
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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:19 am

Zan then resumes the weird kind of staring at Marcus.

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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:21 am

I notice the staring, but choose to ignore it. I can swim just fine, but with the squid I don't want to alienate Zan to the point of either of us falling out of the boat. If this continues at the school, I will tear through him like wet paper...

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Post  vadania123 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:27 am

I look back up from the squid so I don't get strange looks. I then start a friendly conversation with the girl sitting in the boat with me.
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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:31 am

Zan suddenly in an unusual tone (from what you know of him at this time) says: "You are Important." Then looks around when the boat came ashore and gets out as though nothing has happened.

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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:34 am

...Freak," I mutter under my breath. Then again, by the standards I've been raised by these past eleven years, every person around me is a freak. And since I wouldn't be here if I wasn't like them...

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Post  vadania123 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:37 am

Once my boat has come ashore, I go to find out where Zan and Marcus wandered off to.
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Post  Ben4157 on Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:37 am

Zan hears, but does not react being used to it, He only thinks: Oh, Great I've done it Again...

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Post  AdminShi-Thead on Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:14 pm

The guide brought us to the castle. It was breathtaking to behold. at the top of a large stairwell, we saw someone else waiting for us, an old man. The guide left us, and he remained.
"Welcome to Hogwarts. We are currently outside of the Great Hall. The students are all seated. All that remains is to sort you into your houses. There are four: Hufflepuff, Gryfindor, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin. The sorting ceremony will take place shortly. Please wait here."

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Post  vadania123 on Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:28 pm

I walk up to the castle just in time to hear the elderly gentlemen speak of the four houses.
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Post  Ben4157 on Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:13 am

All the first year students jumped as a hat on a three legged stool started to sing:

"I may be a hat but I have facts that,"
"there once were two women and two men,
"who were Equal in power,"
"and yet were friends before that"
"they were: Ravenclaw, the wise; Hufflepuff, the kind; Gryffindor, the loyal; and Slytherin, the ambitious."
"Ravenclaw, the wise saw what others did not always see,"
"in situations requiring sound decrees"
"Hufflepuff, the kind saw that the others though be"
"they knew not the whole Key"
"for the Key to knowledge be"
"all the others combined with she"
"Slytherin, the ambitious that saw the others too soft be"
"chose to be blood pure to the"
"as though it would mean"
"that they were better to the"
"World than any others be"
"Gryffindor, the loyal though he may be"
"came up with me"
"the sorting hat with the brains to be"
"all four through the ages be"
"alive in me"

"Ravenclaw, quick as can be'
"with wisdom to see"
"as far as can be."
"Hufflepuff, kind as can be,"
"will be loyal to the"
"if the deserves the loyalty."
"Slytherin, Slippery as your tongue may be,"
"you may be best of friends if one can see"
"do the ends Really justify all means?"
"Gryffindor, let your voice be heard, your courage will be known far "and wide,"
"with a lion by your side,"
"your voice will roar when defending the weak,"
"courageous and loyal to the end...Gryffindor!"

"Now put me on so you can see what house you will be!"
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"de Monte Aquilæ, Kalosaer Zandru-Voy" says the old man. Zan looks up at him in surprise. "Me?" "Yes you appear to be the First on on the list. Go on up and put on the hat as it said to, you can call me Professor Kalak by the way." So Zan heads up to the hat on the stool and puts it on, a little doubtful as to what it does exactly to tell which house one belongs to. Suddenly as soon as the hat is settled on Zan's head, the hat starts to talk to him...

The Hat: "You can be very Quick witted when there is need; a little Absent minded, but that appears to be a necessary trait for you and your ability to work together; when you focus you tend towards the the Ravenclaw House, but when not focused you tend towards the Hufflepuff House. Ah but here is the deciding factor: you learn fast and even faster when focused and engaged you like challenges and can make a wise decision, even though the option is not always apparent to others as being wise you can see far..."

Zan: "So? What house am I to go to?"

The Hat: "RAVENCLAW!"

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