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The Undertakers Family and the New Meroderers

By Enna Morrison

Adventure

Dumbeldor's Spell

The Undertaker was happy, like he normally was when taking care of his kids. They were hyper, but nice people. Much like there father they were good at playing pranks and scaring people. The only thing that slightly upset the Undertaker was the alarming fact that Rilie seamed to be developing the same thing that caused the family to die and become a family. Rilie was developing severe depression and would just start crying in his room sometimes.

"Excuse me. Is this were the Undertaker lives ? I am looking for a boy by the name of Harry Potter. Or Rilie Taker now I suppose." A grey haired man asked as he walked thru the door into a small crowd of kids. Two girls and two boys.

"May I ask what you would want with my son?" The Undertaker asked looking at the man a bit annoyed. The man almost flinched as the Undertaker entered the room.

"He is the chosen one."

"The second soul, belonged to an evil one? Good thing Will lost his temper then and sliced at little Harry's face with his scythe. Is that all or is this also about the school? I would like to meet Minerva, she sounded like she was a reasonable girl. By the way why did my other three children only not get letters to this school. Well not Will but that could be because he is Nineteen and would have graduated already." The Undertaker was upset by the presence of the man.

"I am Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore." Dumbledore said and the kids winced at the long name.

"Alright Albus. What do you want?"

"I'm sorry Undertaker but. Derigium!" Dumbledore said pointing his wand at the kids. All but Rilie changed into there eleven year old selves.

"Now why did you go and do that?" The Undertaker was mad and Dumbledore gulped. This man was who he thought, The legendary Grim Reaper.

"Your kids can all be in school for the same amount of time. Once out of school they will return to normal. Harry will be eighteen, Night will be twenty eight, Grell will be thirty and Will will be thirty one." Dumbledore said and The Undertaker glared.

"You can teach. That way you will see your children every day." Dumbledore said and The Undertaker nodded.

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