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My Missing Piece, A Drarry Fanfic

By Jessie_The_Fangirl

Drama / Fantasy

Chapter 1

Harry's POV

After Harry had gotten off the train, a surpise was waiting for him in the great hall. When he sat down, Snape went up to the podium.

"After the First years are sorted, the seventh and eighth years will come to the room behind me and be privatly re-sorted." This earned a gasp from everybody, even some of the teachers.

"WHAT!?" Harry and Draco said at once. Their current heads of house stared at them. They both sat down and blushed.

After Zoran, Shima was sorted in to Hufflepuff, the seventh years were called in to be resorted. Ginny was resorted into Ravenclaw with Luna. Once everyone had sat down, the eighth years got ready. The first four to go in were Draco, Harry, Hermione, and Ron. As Harry's turn came up the hat was placed on his head.

"Hmm... You've learned enough in Gryffindor. I think .................... SYLTHERIN!" the hat exclaimed.

"What!" We all said. This surprised all of them.

Draco stayed in slytherin. Great. Hermione switched to Ravenclaw, which wasn't surpising. Ron stayed a Gryffindor, which was expected.

*Draco POV*

What really surprised me was the fact that Potter moved to Slytherin. Draco had expected everything else.

"Potter?" Draco said.

"Yes Malfoy?" Said Potter.

"Welcome to Syltherin." He said sticking out his hand. Potter shook it for once.


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