The Houses that, like pillars four had once held up our school now turned upon each other and divided, sought to rule.
The Legend of the Wisp. Chapter 25
Warnings: Nothing explicit, but conversations ranging into subjects of an adult nature.
It was dark when they made berth at Agrabah’s docks, and Merida swiftly arranged for the dock master to be paid off so they could anchor there for the night. Lights twinkled at them from around the city giving the place a magical glow and the heavy scent of spices and oils filled the air.
The night was warm and thick despite the lack of daylight and the crew were grateful for the cool breeze around the docks.
Whilst the others were distracted with preparations for the ship, Jack took the opportunity to have a rare moment of privacy. He snuck to a dark corner at the very front of the ship and reached into his pocket to pull out Pitch’s letters. The three envelopes were still as dark as he remembered and he could see a black wax seal on each. He knew he had to get rid of them quickly – he wouldn’t be alone for long. Stretching out his hands he held them tentatively over the side of the ship, the wind brushing against them and causing them to rustle. Suddenly, the seals upon them caught his eye. Peering closer he realised they held three distinct symbols on them – symbols he knew very well indeed. There was the dragon symbol of Berk, the bear symbol of Dunbroch and the sun symbol of Corona.
A split second before he released his grip, he hesitated. Why those symbols? Were those letters meant for each of the kingdoms? What sort of mischief was Pitch trying to cause? He began to withdraw his hand but in that same moment the wind picked up and ripped them from his grasp. He lunged after them with a wordless cry but it was too late – they were lost to the wind and darkness.
“Jack?! Jack are you coming to help or are you slacking off as normal?!” Merida’s voice reached him. He looked back at the sea helplessly. He couldn’t see the letters any more – but it’s not like they could have gone anywhere. They would fall into the sea, the paper would dissolve and they would be lost forever.
Summer Beach Party Part 2
Sorry it took awhile, Anon. I only started doing this when I got more requests asking for the same thing. Anyway, here’s my first fanart sequel. Enjoy!
Btw, it was Rapunzel who took the picture on the postcard in part 1. Poor Eugene is gonna miss out on all the fun XD
Noooooo! I am not beautiful on the inside and out, I am evil and full of chocolate cake. That is the definition next to my name in the dictionary anyway. Bless you!! xxxx
Ahhhhh bless you!! *blushes and hides under bed*
Poor Hufflepuff. Everyone who wasn’t cunning, intelligent, or brave got sent to Hufflepuff
Ding-dong, you are wrong.
Everyone who had immense amounts of courage but, when given the choice, would decide that fighting is not as important as staying put to care for the people a war leaves in its wake ended up in Hufflepuff.
Everyone who was extremely intelligent but simply considered it a much more defining characteristic to be loyal and faithful to people they love, rather than taking pride in their intelligence*, ended up in Hufflepuff.
Everyone who wanted to do something important and had enough cunning to manipulate others and wind their way to the top, but never would because they considered it more important to be honest and earn their success fairly and through hard work ended up in Hufflepuff
Everyone who was brave, and smart, and cunning, but did not consider those traits to be the most important and defining aspects of their personality ended up in Hufflepuff.
Helga Hufflepuff made a conscious decision to accept only those students who were honest and loyal and true enough to themselves to say “No. Courage and intelligence and cunning are all valuable traits, but I will not define myself by them because I believe there are things more important than that.”
We are not your fucking leftovers.