Morty Gabor

Time Against the Tower

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Morty hadn't forgotten her offer to read for Ethan, she just sometimes needed time to get back around to things. The Little Ravenclaw's head could be a crowded and chaotic place, but amid all the disarray things were seldom truly lost. 

 

As divination class let out one brisk November afternoon, Morty decided there was no time like the present. She, Ethan, and the cards were all right here, right now, the third years were done with classes, and only the bravest souls would be venturing outside in this wind and cold. Morty fished the tarot deck from her pocket and waved it in her classmate's direction.

 

"Ethan!" she called with a smile, "Still interested in that reading?"

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Classes were getting to be a lot for Ethan to handle, essay after essay. He wasn’t surprised that he hasn’t had time to talk to Morty about their reading. He hoped that it would be able to happen sooner than later. The end of the term was happening sooner than he was expecting.

 

After his Divination lesson was over, he was walking out. It was getting really cold outside, which means the castle was getting colder also. Heat, it was the one thing that the muggle born missed. He got used to it over the last three years, he still wouldn’t mind a little heat. It was a castle after all.

 

Walking away, he was able to hear his name. It was Morty, asking if he was still interested in the reading. Walking over towards her. “Of course.” He smiled, still trying to get all his books to fit into his bag. He should stop caring them all, but any free time that he could find he was going to the dueling chamber. Today though, it was time to get a tarot reading.

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