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The Snitch of Secrets Five

By IllusiveButterfly

Adventure / Romance

Decisions

Chapter 1:

Decisons

Harry wasn't sure if he wanted to return to the world of the snitch. He was more than aware of some of the things that happened in his parents' fifth year. Things that he didn't want to witness. Snape's worst memory for one. Not to mention the time Sirius almost had Snape killed. But there was something else. Something amazing. They would finally manage it. After all the years of trying, they would finally become Animagi.

Harry couldn't resist the opportunity to see that. He held the snitch, "show me."

He felt his world fall away and in its place he found the very same building. He was in the Hogwarts Castle. Although he was in a very different room. He was no longer in the comfortable confines of the Gryffindor dormitories. Instead he was in the headmaster's study. Dumbledore was sat talking to Professor McGonagall, discussing a very interesting topic.

"I think it is obvious Albus. Miss Evans and Mr Longbottom," the transfiguration teacher was saying.

"I disagree. Miss Evans for sure but I think Mr Lupin would make a fantastic prefect," Dumbledore replied.

"Mr Lupin?" She smiled slightly, "I suppose he would… and he might keep Potter and Black in check."

"I wouldn't bet on it," Dumbledore chuckled.

"Well then it's settled. Do you want me to call in the next head of house?"

"Why, yes Minerva. I think I will speak to Slughorn next. I wonder what he thinks about Mr Snape?" The room darkened and the fog surrounded Harry once more, taking him to the next memory.

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