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The youngest headmaster (harry potter fanfiction)

By kataradragon

Fantasy / Adventure

prologue

In a school far away stood a man with a big scar over his right eyes and looked like he was in a deep thought. In the same room was a girl sitting in a big chair and looked out the window. None of them spoke, why would they?. The man turned around and looked down at the letter that was on the table. He frown and wasn't one bit happy about what was written on it.

" Its already decided," said the girl with a very calm.

" You should have talk to me about it." Said the man.

The girl sighed. " Even if we did talk about it, we would still go."

The man growl and the next second punch the wall. He didn't like the idea at all and wanted to tell the girl that they shouldn't do this. But he can never say anything against her, she knows everything and she knows best. " I don't like it."

The girl walked up to him and took his hand. " We must go, it's not a choose we can go against."

"It must be…"

"NO!."

The man shut up and didn't dare to talk back.

The girl took up the letter from the table. " If we are not there and make the whole story right, everything will go into darkness."

The man looked down. " Am sorry, headmaster. I didn't think."

She laughs. " Its alright, grown-up think they always know better. It's just something that will go with you forever."

The man smiled a little and looked up at the girl. " Even if you are my headmaster you will still be my 14-year-old sister."

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