TG - Harry Potter and the Descendent Covenant 17While Sirius may not have been replying to her messages, Lily was discovering that Hogwarts could be the escape from her troubles she had previously imagined it to be. Despite the fact that the student body were easily influenceable by rumour and actively pursued any scandalous developments with a zeal that would have made Rita Skeeter blush, they also had relatively short attention spans. Where Lily had been the flavour of the month time and again, once it was clear to some of the more fickle students that she wasn’t going to be all that entertaining, they moved their eyes elsewhere. Usually she would have been glad of their flighty nature, but Ron’s behaviour on the Quidditch field had drawn some in depth analysis of his own. Lily could walk the corridors as if under an invisibility cloak with Ron by her side, but she didn’t exactly want to exploit his notoriety for privacy.TG - Harry Potter and the Descendent Covenant 172 weeks ago in Romance More Like This
Something was needed, something was missing, and as time passed slowly, she began to realise
The Green Games: Chapter Seventeen (Hg/HpXover)The Green Games: Chapter Seventeen (Hg/HpXover)2 hours ago in Romance More Like This
Pansy found Pike lying in almost the same location that Draco had left him in early in the morning. Even though Lavender's body had been picked up sometime through the night, the aroma of the rotting corpse as the air warmed up still chocked around his senses like a noose. His arms, both dislocated, hung uselessly at his sides, and his leg had stopped bleeding, but every time he bent, excruciating pain jolted up his brain, leaving him staring at the sky with venomous thoughts about his blond competitor.
He lifted his head off the grass in the clearing, seeing a pair of feet walk around in front of him. Even without seeing the person, the voice was unmistakable.
"Pansy." He wheezed, "What are you-,"
Pansy was hardly listening, as she examined the clearing away from him. She had zoomed in on the growing pile of blood and her book kicked one of Lavender's fingers away from the dirt, although Pike doubted she knew the owner of it. She turned to him, a quite smile.
"At least you kil