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Draken Liniage

By Carolina Shoemaker

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Chapter 1

Harry cringed as he opened his eyes and allowed feeling to return to his body. Mere seconds after he opened his eyes, the cupboard door was jerked open and the bulging form of his uncle filled the small space. As he was forced out of the small room, his uncle forced an impossible list of chores into his hand. After managing to mop and dust with two broken legs and a sprained wrist, he made his way out to the garden. One minute he was working and the next he was wrapped safely in the arms of his Potions Professor, Severus Snape. When Draco had arrived at his house with concerns over the Potter boy's home life, Severus had merely planned on bringing his godson to the brat's house to show him that Potter was just as spoiled as he was. When they arrives, he was surprised to see Potter fall sideways in a dead faint. Running towards his student, he automatically started casting diagnostic charms. Shocked at what he saw, Severus lifted the boy and tossed Draco a Portkey stating "Retrieve your parents and the Dark Lord immediately, meet me at my Manor, fast." With that, he activated the Portkey, summoning Harry's belongings as he entered the Dursley residence. Seeing his once childhood friend, Severus had to apperate out before he did something he would later regret. When he arrived in the guest room at his manor, he immediately flood Poppy before setting to work healing the child. When he finished, Severus noticed the heavy glamour and multiple mate repellents on the child Reaching into his robes, he pulled out the potions that would remove the glamour and repellents and allow him to come into his inheritance painlessly. As soon as he spelled the potions into the child's stomach, a house elf apparated into the room. "Master, there is a lady outside who is looking for Masters Mate, she claims to be Master Harry's mother." Nodding to the elf, Severus headed downstairs and opened the doors to Prince Manor. Bowing to the Draken Queen, Severus led her to Harry's room. Along the way they met up with the Malfoy's and Tom who had just floo'd in. When they entered Harry's room they were met with a surprise. Where once laid a short, malnourished young man, now laid a developed, tall young woman. As soon as she saw the woman lying on the bed, the normally stoic Draken queen broke into tears, "It's her, Ada, my Ada Rose." Suddenly, Draco, Severus and Tom felt the sudden draken urge to protect the beautiful Ada while Lucius and Narcissa felt as if they had gained another child. As Ada slowly woke up, Tom slid behind her, helping her sit up so that she didn't squash he wings, as Sev and Draco braced her on either side. As Ada's eyes slowly opened, they noticed that they now had lines of black, red and light blue running through the vibrant green. Stepping forward, Vasilissa spoke. "Ada, dear, do you remember? Are you ready to take your rightful place as first in line for the Draken throne?" Speaking quietly, Ada said "Of course Mother, though i do wish to finish my education at Hogwarts once we remove Dumbledore to our courts for not only abducting a member of the royal family, but the heiress apparent, locking away my memories, and aiding and abetting child abuse for the past six years." As she finished, her eyes seemed to be glowing with an inner fire. Nodding, Ada and Vasilissa disappeared in a flash of Draken fire, with Sev, Tom and the Malfoys not far behind. Appearing at the Ministry, Sev, Tom and the Malfoys had their wands checked as the two royals pulled staves from behind their backs. Seeing the staves, the man merely nodded, knowing that mages didnt like people touching their sacred staves. Nodding their pleasure that the man had followed tradition, they continued on their way to the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. Bypassing the Aurors and secretaries, they headed straight for Amelia Bones' office. Opening the door, Vasilissa stated, "Amy, delighted as always to see you." "Lissa, to what do i owe a visit from the Draken Queen?" Amelia replied, automatically slipping into her role as the head of the DMLE. Allowing the smile to drop from her face, Vasilissa dropped a folder of evidence on Amelia's desk. Opening the file, Amelia started growling in a way very reminiscent of her panther Animagus form. Where once stood calm, yet strict Amelia Bones, now stood strict, sarcastic Amelia Snape, wife of the snarky Potions Master Tyler Snape, mother of RJ, Adalina, and Tobias Snape, sister-in-law of Severus Snape. Stalking to the floo, she motioned for the others to follow her, heading to Snape Manor. While Sev had inherited their mother's manor, Tyler had gotten their father's. Entering the family room, Sev greeted his twin with a smile and a hug. Walking back to the love seat, he smiled at the sight of Ada with her head on Tom's lap and herr feel hanging off of Draco's. Sitting next to his Godson, Sev placed Ada's feet on his lap and prepared for the upcoming conversation.

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