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An Unexpected Switch

By Cortney Rowe

Adventure / Action

The Switch

Voldemort paces as he thinks about how he was humiliated by the Order of the Phoenix, and how his best Death Eaters have been beaten and thrown into Azkaban. He thought that the death of his godfather would mentally destroy Harry; however, it seems to have made him stronger. He had just asked the younger Malfoy to kill Dumbledore and find a way to get the Death Eaters into Hogwarts; more than likely, he is as incompetent as his father. If he did not find out a way to kill Harry right now, Harry might get strong enough to defeat him. 

All of the sudden, he gets a stroke of brilliance. To kill Harry, he needs to split his body and his mind apart. Then, he can kill his body and destroy his soul. He goes to his drawer and takes out a time turner. As he throws it into the air, he speaks these two words:


"Soul Exchange!"


All of a sudden, two blasts come from the time turner. One goes straight to the sky, and one goes straight across the land. Lord Voldemort laughs maniacally as his plan proceeds.


Harry and Ron were in their dormitory getting ready for bed. Dean, Seamus, and Neville were already sleep. Harry was thinking about how Malfoy left him on the train and what was he up to, when Ron shouts, "Harry! Come look out of the window!" Harry comes to the window and is shock when he sees a magical blast outside of it.


"Wonder where it came from" asks Harry.


"Wonder if Hermione is watching this" wonders Ron.


"Ron!" shouts Harry, "It's heading straight towards us!"


The blast phases through the window and hits both of them. They black out as the blasts phases through the wall closest to the girls' dormitory.


Fuu, Mugen, and Jin were resting in someone's house on their journey to Nagasaki to find the Sunflower Samurai. Fuu goes and looks out of the window. "Mugen, Jin, come look! It's a shooting star!"


"Well the hell for?" shouts Mugen from the cot in the room. Jin just sat where he was.


Fuu groans. Men can be so irritating at times. "You can make a wish on a shooting star, dummies!"


"Well," says Mugen as he stands up and stretches, "I wish that we find that Sunflower guy soon so I can kill Jin.


"The feeling is mutual" says quietly as he goes over to the window.


"I just hope we find the samurai that smells like sunflowers really soon," says Fuu. All of a sudden, the shooting star comes through the house and hits all three of them.


Harry wakes up on a very rough cot. He gets up and instinctively goes outside and splashes his face with some water. All of a sudden, Harry looks at his reflection…


Fuu wakes up in a strange bed with thick covers around it. She reaches through the covers and grabs a mirror that was on the night stand. She looks at herself in it…


Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

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