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Persia Elder

Rumour Mill at the Hufflepuff Table

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Silvia Banagher

Silvia hardly thought that she had gone on a power trip. She felt as though it was perfectly reasonable to take points when someone was threatening other people, as the Gryffindor had earlier. Not only that, but he had talked back to her, which warranted more points lost, as well as a detention. A professor had agreed with her and given him detention after all, so she hardly thought that could have been classified as some kind of power trip.

 

"The hell is wrong with you, Mortimer?" The sarcastic tone didn't escape her notice. She couldn't imagine why he wasn't paying attention to her legitimate concerns. After all, they were Head Boy and Head Girl - they were in charge of the prefects and if one of them wasn't doing their job, then it was going to be problematic for them.

 

She'd probably have to talk to Mortimer later on about it, but decided that for the moment, it would be a good idea to go to the library to read ahead for Defense Against the Dark Arts. After all, NEWTs were just around the corner.

 

Sort of.

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Alice Freerun

And suddenly all He'll was out.

 

She didn't look for one moment while she was eating her blueberry muffins and everyone was all about killing Pipkins, a Gryffindor boy was pointing wands at everyone, a Hufflepuff was hugging a Slytherin Head Girl and the prefects were having a point deduction match, followed by some ickle's idea of baking cakes and a detention assigned to the crazy Gryffindor.

She watched at the scene as it unfolded before her eyes with a smug look. People in this school were crazy as much as they were funny and this meal had been so far extremely entertaining.

Finally some people left and it turned quieter so Alice turned to Persia.

"So... Can't you like, give Hufflepuff back the points she took?" she asked and motioned with her head towards the Head Girl who was now having a fit with the Head Boy. She grabbed a piece of toast and dipped it into her pumpkin juice since Briony said it was good.

 

WC: more than 100. WHY WON'T YOU JUST KILL ME NOW?!

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Amos Wynter-Downing

Amos had been just listening as the conversation got more and more ridiculous. I mean seriously, now Professor Pipkins was having magical unicorns or something? That made no sense what-so-ever. So Amos had just continued eating his breakfast until the conversation returned to normal. "What is this about Unicorns? Where did we get unicorns from? The Quidditch Pitch?" Amos had been so dissapointed that there was not going to be any Quiddditch that year due to unicorns. But Amos wanted to know more about this baby, or babies. "I thought she was having twins?" He asked as he bit into a brownie.

 

Something else was going on as well. There was tension at the table. Amos didn't like tension and he sighed. He returned to his plate quickly.

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Persia Elder

Persia looked at Rigel. "Say something not so odd for you!" she hissed under her breath, before vaguely smiling at Briony as much as she could. "Fine, whatever..." she said, before muttering, "probably not." You beat Persia at duelling, you go get your own food.

 

"Unicorns come bursting out of your stomach, silly," she responded to Morgan, aware that the drink Unicorn Prance apparently had that effect. Rainbow colours too. Maybe the poop on the Pitch did something similar.

 

Then she couldn't help but gape at the Head Boy himself. Head Girl was bugging him to punish her, and then he just did nothing. Boom, owned! "Awesome, thanks!" she called across at HB, resisting the urge to offer a hi-five. He'd just earnt serious cool points in her books.

 

Speaking of points... "did we have any points to lose in the first place?" she responded, trying to peer over all the heads to look at the hourglasses. No yellow as far as she could make out...

 

WC: 66 (plus another 100, yeah, I know, fail)

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Morgan Kilmarnook

Morgan’s jaw gaped open before snapping shut with an audible click. Okay, he was fairly certain that both unicorns and human bodies did not work that way. Had Persia been getting a little too close to the magical horse poop littering the pitch? Was that the true explanation behind all this madness?

 

Inquiring minds probably had greater mysteries to sift through.

 

“Well, we had points.” Morgan replied instead, eyes wandering the table for something else to eat. “Then stuff happened.”

 

It was probably worth it.

 

WC: 85

Edited by Morgan Kilmarnook

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Twila Wilde-Hextor

Twila had detached herself from hugging attempts. People were talking, wands were pointed. She vaguely contemplated joining in but didn't understand what was going on. And then Gryffindor kept losing house points. She paled.

 

She facepalmed as she separated herself from the crowd. This, she realized, was why her house finished last in the standings.

 

She would have to hex Kai soundly the next time she encountered him in the dueling chambers, where it was perfectly legitimate. After all, Twila might have been impulsive, but she was also competitive and they were losing again and someone had to do something.

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Toby J Yeoman

First screeching about babies...Toby didn't hear them; he was eating. Then, Kai started to go all barmy, and then everyone else started to go barmy...

 

...wait a second, aren't most of the ones in the fight in my classes?

 

The mood was picking up, but it needed a little boost. He didn't do fighting, and he had no bloody clue what they were fighting about, but he could do random.

 

So, he called out loudly now that his food was finished. "HEY, has anyone else seen the glowing fish in the lake? I wanna catch one!"

 

 

WC: 96 ((ha! I can write stuff under 100 words!))

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Persia Elder

"Meh, we'll get them back," she said, not really caring. After all, if she gave them back, then Silvia would immediately take them once more.

 

Sensing the excitement was lost when shouts about sparkly fish took over, Persia nudged Rigel. "I think now's a good time to leave," she whispered, and picking up her toast, she spun around and slid off the bench. "Be good, boys and girls!" she called, walking out of the Hall.

 

Persia out. ilyall <33

Edited by Persia Elder

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Rigel Blythe

Rigel nodded when Persia nudged him about leaving. The whole thing had gone on for long enough, and obviously they needed to move into the next stage of their plan. Whatever that was. All Rigel knew was that somehow, someway, they were going to get a ton of cake. And after all, cake was what was truly important.

 

"Yeah, I think it's time to go too."

 

Rigel out~

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Alice Freerun

Alice was staring at their empty hourglass with disbelief. Did they really lose all of the points they had? How many did they even have in the first place?

 

"Hey where are you going??" Alice demanded from the pair of 5th years that were now making their way out of the Great Hall.

Were they going to create some more chaos? If so then Alice must stop them! Or join them... MUHAHAHAHAHAHA

 

Alice out~as well

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Vanora Melwyn

People were leaving :( Vanora supposed that meant it was time to go find something cakey and sweet with her new partner in crime. She reached out, grabbing Theo's hand, and tugged him in the direction of the kitchens.

 

"C'mon Theo, don't you want to go get Pipkins a cake?" she grinned at him, "We can decorate it with sprinkes and everything!"

 

((Cakes to decorate, ickles to befriend, see you all later!))

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Toby J Yeoman

People were leaving.

Oh, well...as long as the air was now clean and people were happy again, it didn't bother him.

 

Now he just had to do something about his friend, who was still being stubborn.

 

"Yo, Kai! Forget all the staring contests and let's go to the lake to look for the giant squid! Or, better yet, catch some fish! I can transfigure you a rod!"

 

 

WC: 67

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Kai Fireblader

Kai was still plenty angry about everything. Everyone were against him when he had just been reasonable- PIPKINS WASN'T HAVING A BABY! -and joked around. They had been stupid enough to believe his mad acting skills. Now he was stuck with detention and lost Gryffindor house points. He was convinced this was unfair, and no one was even sticking up for him. What kind of friends did he have?

 

So when Toby's voice called for him in its usual cheerfulness, his stomach did a little leap and clenched out of thankfulness and affection for his friend. "Maybe later, Toby." He said, attempting a small smile before nodding a 'see you later' and marching away from luna town.

 

WC: Finishing post, detention and all, so whatever XP

Edited by Kai Fireblader

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