In Another's Shoes

Summary

It's not all that easy to fill in someone else's shoes... Hermione Granger and Draco Malfoy never saw eye to eye, however, when they both believe they can fill in each others shoes easily, Hogwarts gets an unexpected visit from another universe.

Genre:
Humor / Other
Author:
ChibiSD
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
1
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
16+

Chapter 1

Hermione Granger stomped into the Gryffindor common room.

"Stupid little Slytherin Princess!" She grumbled.

"Are you talking about Parkinson?" Ron asked as she took a seat next to him.

Hermione shook her head. "No. Malfoy."

Harry and Ron nodded. They were in their last year. A do-over year to be exact. At the end of the battle, the trio had gone in search of the Malfoys, so Harry could return Draco's wand. They found them, but as they did, they noticed the Malfoy heir changing.
Only Draco and Narcissa were around, Lucius having willingly gone with the Aurors to await his trail for his time in Askaban.
Narcissa could be seen putting a cloak on Draco, who had all but turned into a girl.

"Oi, Malfoy!" Harry had called out.
The blond girl looked at him with wide, weary, silvery blue eyes.
"This is yours." He tossed her the wand, which was caught swiftly. The girl muttered a thanks, and she and her mother left.

That year, Draco had returned, not as a male, but as a female.
However, that didn't change how she acted. She still saw herself as superior. She would still make rude comments on the other students. She would hex and curse others. And she still bore the Dark Mark.

"Just ignore the ferret 'Mione." Harry said. "You'll see, you'll whoop her ass quickly. I mean, who was made Head Girl?"

Hermione smiled. "I guess you're right Harry...for once."
"HEY!"

Hermione frowned and glared at her cauldron. Professor Slughorn had his back to the students, so he couldn't see a certain blond hitting Hermione with small parchment spitballs.

Other students were bemused, and torn between intervening and laughing.

Finally, Hermione had had it, and she turned around, only to get one of the spitballs stuck on her nose.

Someone snickered, and soon, a good amount of students were laughing.

Hermione wiped the spitball off and glared at Draco. "Would you stop?!"

Draco looked at her innocently, "Stop what?"

"Being just like you always are! Unlike you, I had to work to get where I'm at! My parents wouldn't have had to buy my way into getting anywhere!"

Draco glared at her, "I wouldn't expect a filthy mudblood to understand the life of a pureblood!"

"I BET I'D BE BETTER AT IT! YOU WOULD NEVER LAST LIVING MY LIFE!"

"I BET I COULD!"

Everyone jumped as a flash of lightning struck the room. They sat in silence and looked around. Smoke had filled the air and four figures stepped out of the shadows.
Two boys and two girls. A brunette, a blond, a ravenette, and a ginger.
Hermione, Draco, Harry and Ron.
But there were a few things that seemed....different.
For one, Hermione wore Ravenclaw robes, but she wasn't Head Girl. Her hair wasn't frizzy and she was wearing make-up.
Draco hadn't really changed. She was still a girl and in Slytherin, but she had her hair up in a messy ponytail, and she was wearing clothes that seemed to be from another relative.
Ron was still in Gryffindor, but he was slightly taller. His hair was spiked softly and he wasn't wearing his Head Boy pin.
Harry, to the shock of the others, was also in Slytherin. His glasses were gone and replaced with shades that sat on his head. His hair was as wild as ever, but it seemed to work with his new look.
Taking a closer look, they noticed Harry and Draco wore the Head Boy and Head Girl badges.
"YOU STUPID LITTLE MUDBLOOD!" Hermione#2 shrieked.
Draco#2 was unfazed as she looked around. "Not my fault you stink at potions. Longbottom is better than you, and he's a HUFFLEPUFF."
Hermione#2 growled and was about to lunge, when Hermione spoke up:
"Who are you?!"
The foursome turned to the students. Professor Slughorn stared at them as well.
"...."
"...."
"Why am I in Gryffindor?" Harry#2 asked breaking the awkward silence.
Draco#2 gawked at him, "Of all the things to focus on, you being in GRYFFINDOR is what gets to you?"
"No. But it's the first thing I notice. That, and I'm wearing glasses."
Draco#2 looked at Harry. "They look nice."
Harry#2 looked at her, "Really? I should wear mine more often then."
"Fake or real?"
"Fake. I don't need glasses."
Hermione coughed loudly, "I asked you a question. Who are you?!"
Harry#2 rolled his eyes, "I'm Harry James Potter, this Draconia Sirena Malfoy, and they can introduce themselves."
"Ron Weasly."
"Hermione Jean Granger."
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