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All he knew was that he was standing in the stone fireplace of what looked like a large, dimly lit wizard's shop, but nothing in here was ever likely to be on a Hogwarts school list. A glass case nearby held a withered hand on a cushion, a blood-stained pack of cards, and a staring glass eye. Evil-looking masks stared down from the walls, an assortment of human bones lay upon the counter, and rusty, spiked instruments hung from the ceiling. Even worse, the dark, narrow street that Harry could see through the dusty shop window was definitely not Diagon Alley.


TASK:

For some reason or another, the entire student population has decided to do something completely mad and insane. They are sick and tired of sticking to the status quo and only using items that had been approved for student use. So, they have decided to have a mass break-in at the one and only Borgin and Burkes in Knockturn Alley, which sells far from normal products.

As one of the many students of Hogwarts, you are joining the crowd and will be right at the heart of the action. Using the prompt below, you must make a continuous group role-play below this post with your fellow students about your time and experience during this 'student' event. What was your part? Who did you meet? What was it like?

Try to make a continuous story and role-play as it goes along, building up the story post by post.


Prompt:

It was a dark and frosty night in London. The hail hit your skin sharply, like nails on a piece of wood. This was the biggest student gathering you had seen in a while, and you were certainly surprised. After all, none of you were here for the best of intentions.

"So, are you ready?" said one of the seventh years at the front.



RULES:
- Entries should be at least three paragraphs.
- No Cheating/Plagiarism.
- Entries must follow all Hex rules.
-Post your entries by 11:59pm, 26th June Hex time.
- Entries will be judged on creativity, execution, and inclusion of others.


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Most Entertaining: Pack of Bloodstained Cards
Most Contributions (including Quality): Poisonous Candle


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Alice shivered in the cold night. "Yes," she whispered. No. Alice would never had agreed to break in Borgin and Burkes after much persuasion on her friend Nia's part. Alice was the sort of person who stayed out of trouble. She didn't break rules, she didn't get into trouble, and she most certainly didn't break into a shop full of Dark and terrible things!

Nia hadn't even come. She claimed to be sick, but Alice suspected her friend had chickened out at the last second. Alice wished she would have never let Nia talk her into breaking in to Borgin and Burkes. No time for last regrets, she told herself sadly. She wrapped her arms around her body, breathing into her mittens, now soaked with snow. Every part of her seemed to be cold and wet. Her red hair hung limply from her head and her eyelashes were laden with ice crystals that gave her a cold shock when the brushed against her green eyes.

"Alohamora," the seventh year said, and the lock clicked open. That's it? Borgin and Burkes was a store notorious for having the best of the worst, so to speak. They sold the sort of items the Ministry would put them in Azkaban for, and the only thing protecting them was a simple lock?

"Come on," someone whispered, and Alice reluctantly followed, pushed by the crowd. She heard a freak as the door slowly swung open, and was jostled into the store, along with others. Alice heard many gasps, and strained to see. Despite being tall for her age, she was much shorter than those around her, and couldn't see past the tangle of legs and arms.

"What? What?" Alice asked, jumping up and down in a fruitless attempt to see what made the others gasp. Murmurs broke out among the others, and she could only hear snippets.

"Did you see-"
"Why would-"
"Where are we?"
"-see on the other-"

Alice felt tears brimming in her eyes and wiped them away with her mittens, causing her eyes to fill with snow. She blinked several times, wishing she didn't cry so easily. It wasn't her fault she was short. She wasn't even supposed to be here. The students planning the break-in has clearly stated that only fourth years and up could go. Yet, Alice had snuck in anyway.

It took a while for her to get past the crowd, and when she did, she stood up and stared in wonder. For wherever she was, it wasn't Borgin and Burkes. She wasn't even sure it was England.
 

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It was one of the coldest nights that year, perhaps the coldest yet, with wind and frost blowing everywhere. It felt as though Paul's nose was frozen as he stood on the street outside Burgin and Burkes, an expression of combined shock and awe on his face which had nothing whatsoever to do with the chill in the air. He had heard about this place for some time but had never actually ventured inside. Curiosity had finally gottten the better of him when he learned about the student break in that was planned for tonight. His friend Jerry had given him all the details, then had dared him to show up.

"You know better than to ask, I never turn down a dare!" Paul had said loudly in response. And it was true. Paul was a proud Gryffindor and never missed a chance to show off his so-called bravery. Going into the most dreaded store in Knockturn Alley, the darkest of the dark, would show his true nature for sure.

Paul wondered who else was going to be there. He expected there would be some boys there, but probably not any girls. He was shocked to see a small, red headed girl getting ready to go inside the shop. To be honest, that girl looked a lot younger than him. He had never seen that girl before and wondered what House she was a member of. It had to be either Gryffindor or Slytherin, he decided. Gryffindor was the bravest of the brave and Slytherin would have no fear of going into a place associated with dark magic since darkness was what they were all about. The Ravenclaws had better sense to go into Borgin and Burkes, and the Hufflepuffs would be too chicken.

Paul made up his mind right there and then. "I'm going in," he said out loud, walking towards the door of the dark store. Hadn't these people ever heard of lights before? If a little girl could go into that place, then he certainly could. With any luck, he would find Jerry or someone else he knew inside. They could have a party that no one would ever forget; it would be an event that would make them a legend.

Paul stopped as he entered through the doorway. What he saw inside had nothing whatsoever to do with a party in any way, shape or form.

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Alice looked around in wonder, trying to absorb it all in. They were in a vast, treeless plain. All around her, long grasses flapped furiously in a strong wind. Alice couldn't see the sun, for in the sky, everything was a dull gray, as though a never-ending cloud had blanketed the familiar blue hue of the sky. Snow was falling heavily, completely covering Alice's hair in minutes. Alice shivered and wished she had brought a winter coat with a hood.

The wind was strong, and it tugged the knot loose in Alice's scarf before she noticed what it was doing. Alice looked desperately back at where they had come from, but saw nothing. She had been pushed by both the wind and the crowd away from the doorway, but surely she was not so far away she could not see the door? As she looked, a boy appeared, seemingly out of thin air. That must be it. That must be where the doorway is. Alice began to struggle to reach it, but she was in a thick crowd, and the wind was against her.

She felt the wind tugging at her mittens, and stuck them in her pockets to prevent losing them. The other students seemed to be too busy holding onto their wands and winter garb to notice where the doorway was. Alice leapt in the direction of the doorway, but the wind pulled her back. It seemed to be stronger the closer she got to where she thought the doorway was, and Alice cocked her head. Was the wind coming from the doorway?

Alice didn't care where the wind was coming from at the moment. She needed to get back. Back to Knockturn Alley, a place she never should have entered. A place she should have stayed far away from. Alice stared longingly at the doorway, and resumed her desperate struggle to reach it.
 

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Instead of going through the doorway, Paul stopped and hesitated. He had heard some commotion behind him and knew that it had to be the wind rising higher and higher. Something told him that that girl with the red hair was having trouble getting towards the door. He could see her looking in his direction with an expression of fear on her face such as he had never seen before. Perhaps he should go and try to assist her rather than walk through that doorway? Judging by the quick glimpse he had already received, that certainly seemed a far more palatable choice at this point in time. It wasn't that he was scared of what he saw in there; he just needed a little more time to be ready to deal with it in the proper fashion.

Pulling his burgundy and gold scarf tighter around his neck, Paul turned and set off towards the girl. Thee wind seemed to be fighting him the entire time, as though it were determined to physically stop him from fulfilling his mission. This place is so evil that it can actually pick up good intentions, Paul thought to himself, which was completely ridiculous. This was just a stupid shopping area; it had no mind of its own. Knockturn Alley just had a bad reputation; no one in their right mind would believe that the place itself was evil to its very core. Or would they? Suddenly he was no longer so sure.

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Callen was freezing at the back of a large assembly of students outside of Borgin and Burkes store in Knockturn Alley. For some reason people stopped at the shop's entrance and did not walk in, even though the whole point was to break in, so going inside was kind of inevitable. Callen got so excited when the suggestion to break in first came up, she thought for sure this was going to be the most thrilling adventure she'll ever have while being a student, bigger than any prank she ever pulled. Unfortunately for her, she had a punishment to sit through due to "unwanted language", which caused her to almost not make it in time, therefore being stuck at the back with her fingers soon falling off because of the cold.

"Does anyone know why we're not moving?" she asked while desperately rubbing her hands together, trying to bring some heat to them. "No clue", answered a tall sixth-year girl, "maybe there is a spell protecting the store from thieves".
"I heard from my uncle," piped in a blonde boy with big frightened eyes, "that there are some really terrifying things in that shop, things that can even..." he whispered, "think for themselves".

They were silent for a moment, thinking about what might wait for them inside, when a loud noise came from the shop's entrance and made them all jump.
"Wh-what was that?" shrieked the boy.
"I don't know," Callen answered, "but if it can think for itself, then I call dibs".
 

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Did anyone have any sense? This was a break-in, not a time to act like a bunch of pansies! He'd gotten into this believing that they were going to ransack the place and steal all the valuable items, not wait around to see who would make the first move. At five foot, six inches tall, Cassander stood at around the same height as the other students, so seeing wasn't exactly an easy thing.

When the Slytherin had been asked to join the party a few nights before, he'd said yes without hesitation. Only total losers, also known as the cowardly Hufflepuffs and the prudish Ravenclaws, would turn down the idea, right? Reggie and Thomas would be going as well, so he knew better than to turn down the proposal. And besides, he'd been in the shop with his father when he was younger so he had nothing to worry about.

"Ugh, would you just move!" said the sixth year boy, pushing past some of the smaller students. When he was stuck behind slightly taller students, he whipped out his wand and threw a harmless green spark towards the bundle of kids; maybe that would get their attention. "If you bloody idiots don't get inside soon enough we're going to get caught. I swear to Merlin whoever is up there, move, or you're going to get hexed!" he said in a nasty tone.
 

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She was scared and cold, and not even the multiple warming charms cast on her and her could keep the chill of the night away. When Lin first heard of the planned student break-in of Borgin and Burkes she had scoffed at the idea, thinking only adventure seeking Griffindors will participate, but her twin brother suggested they go for curiosity sake, she agreed if only to pick up a gift for her father's upcoming birthday.

Lin glanced to the left, to the Ravenclaw who got her into this current mess, as gust of wind swept down on the gathered students, her brother Adrian was talking to a fellow housemate. Tightening the Slytherin scarf around her neck she signed, "Why aren't we going in already?" cursing her small statue she stood on her toes and attempted to peek into the store. What she saw left her wishing she had really listened to the gut and never come in the first place.

Tugging on her brother's sleeve, she whispered, "Ad, let's go, it's not worth it," Adrian ignored her, she whispered louder "Adrian, the place is protected by Dark Magic, and two students are already in" Adrian turned and addressed her, "Lin, we have alot of 7th years, I'm sure one of them can break the spell, let's just wait and see what happens." She signed, sometimes she hated being a protective sister, if he wanted to stay, she had to make sure he won't do anything foolish.
 

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Marjorie shivered even though she was wearing several layers of clothing. Whose bright idea had it been to break into Borgin and Burkes in the freezing cold anyway? Marjorie rolled her eyes even though most didn't even notice she was there. The cloaking spell had served her well in the past and tonight it would allow her to stealthily sweep through the musty old store with ease...if only those up ahead would hurry. Instead, the group stood around the open door peering in, few willing to follow the first two inside.

Then Cassander had lost his patience and barged ahead. Majorie chuckled softly, grinning at the bold boy. Wand at the ready, she trudged forward through the crowd, following her fellow sixth-year Slytherin housemate and purposefully nudging a few of the waiting students aside for good measure. A few inches shorter than he, the cloaked girl struggled to see past his shoulder to the doorway ahead.

This was not the first time Marjorie had visited Knockturn Alley. She had been to the shop with her parents and they had nervously looked over their shoulders the entire time, making the shop all the more appealing to the young Slytherin girl. Despite her asking to visit again, her parents had vehemently denied her request. Marjorie snickered at the thought and her cloaking spell wavered for a moment.


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Finally, more students had appeared in front of the shop. This made Paul feel a bit more secure about what he was doing out here. It was somehow comforting to know that there were others who were willing to risk getting into trouble for the lure of finding out the secrets of this forbidden place. Like the girl he had noticed earlier, all of these students appeared nervous, and this made him feel good, too. At least he wasn't the only one who was getting creeped out by what he had observed so far.

The really interesting thing that Paul noticed was that all of these students appeared every bit as reluctant as he was to actually walk through the doors of Borgin and Burkes. Maybe those jerks had been right who had insisted that this place was cursed. He had never believed that kind of nonsense before, but now he suddenly was not so sure. Was he going to have to be the one to come forward and actually cross the line into the shop? Someone had to do it, and he was beginning to become convinced that that person was going to be him.

Sighing softly, he approached the door once again, waiting to see if the others were paying attention to what he was doing. Were they going to follow behind him or stand out in the cold and freeze to death? He had been told that there was a time to stand back and a time to act, and now definitely seemed like the time to act.

"There's nothing to be afraid of in there; nothing at all," he muttered to no one in particular.



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Blu stood out in the crowd gathered in front of Borgin and Burkes. She had blonde hair with blue tips that reached down to her back, and bright crystal blue eyes. Why is everyone so afraid? It's just a store! Blu pushed through the crowd until she had she had reached the door. "Let's open this door and start the revolution!", she screamed as she pulled the door open. It can't be that bad....

A moment later, Blu had crossed the line into the shop, proving that she was a Gryffindor. She walked around, examining all the items the store offered. Blood, death, and bones were the first things to pop into her head. "Hmmm, not exactly my taste in merchandise." The store proved a shocking reality: Not everyone's favorite store specialized in candy or joke items. Woah, I never knew this stuff was an interest to people.

As Blu stood gawking at the store's content, many students still stood outside. Most were of her own house, Gryffindor. "It's warm in here!", Blu called to the students. It was the only thing that might persuade them to join her. The witches and wizards seemed to be frozen, frost gathering on their clothing. "Fine. I surely don't want to die an ice cube."

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Unable to contain herself any longer, Majorie whispered loudly, "Come on! Go inside already!" She looked over her shoulder at the dimly lit street, the aged buildings looming over them and casting shadows in the moonlight. The structures creaked in the blustery wind and a few bats swooped back and forth between the eaves of the buildings, seeking protection from the weather. Marjorie narrowed her eyes, studying the deserted street and wondered if anyone were watching the group from the dark windows opposite Borgin and Burkes. She abruptly turned back toward the shop, shoving her way forward.

Reaching the doorway she held out her wand, made a quick loop motion and gently whispered "Lumos!" A faint light erupted from her wand, purposefully dim as to not to draw attention to the would-be intruders. She jabbed the wand through the doorway, sweeping it from side to side. "Whoa!" she exclaimed, jumping back and suddenly appearing before the waiting group, her disillusionment charm forgotten in her shock.

A gigantic spider raced toward the door, its eight legs long and spindly and spanning the width of the room. Deftly it maneuvered around the counters and cabinets, its pincers clicking in anticipation as it sprinted toward its prey. Eyes wide, the Slytherin girl thrust her wand forward, slashing it briskly through the stale air of the shop. "Stupify!" A blast of red light erupted from her wand and---unexpectedly---through the spider, hitting a jar on a shelf on the far wall. The glass exploded and its green gooey contents splattered the wall and dripped from the shelves in long mucus-like strings. The spider had vanished and Blu stood browsing the wares in the now arachnid-free interior of the shop.

Marjorie, confused, stood frozen in the doorway, her wand still held aloft. Slowly, comprehension dawned on her face and she turned to the others. "I think it's an illusion charm," she whispered excitedly, "to repel intruders." She turned and peered into Borgin and Burkes as she continued. "I think maybe each of us sees something different!" She looked at the other students. "Am I right?"


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Scarlet looked around, only to see many Gryffindor and Slytherin students. She is probably the only insane girl that participated in this break-in. Those who initiated this break in are no sane people, Scarlet thought.

The reason behind her joining the break-in was because she overheard some Gryffindor boy in the Library saying that Hufflepuffs are always chickening out. Angered by the comments, she broke into it. No time to regret it now, Scarlet sighed.

Now standing among the crowds, Scarlet tip-toed as high as she could, unable to see what's happening. It's not her fault to be that short for a fourth year! Suddenly, she heard loud gasps and frightened screams. "What?" She asked aloud, of course, as usual, with no answer. Frustrated, she stomped right to the back of the crowd.
 

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Lin heard someone say it was an illusion, she figured it was probably caused by someone triggering the intrusion charm, yet had no way of knowing what kind of illusion spell it was. She poked Adrian's arm and asked, "What do you see?" he straightened up, looked and replied "Some kind of murky dark room," since she saw something different she suspected that the spell was not on the shop, but rather a wide cast on the students.

Grabbing her brother's arm she pushed to the front, 'the sooner we get this over the better' she thought, pulling out her wand, she quickly cast a 'Finite Incantatem' on herself and her brother, the results were instantaneous, she could see the real store clearly, and by the gasp from her brother, so could he.

"Have your fill of the shop and let's get out of here" she said, pushing him in. Looking around she saw other students realizing that they were under an illusion spell and performing the counter-spell. She smirked, being the first to use the spell, she took it as a victory for the Slytherin house
 

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"Finally! Someone decided to join me in the shop.", Blu spoke to girl and what looked like her brother. "You guys didn't know there it was an illusion? That's how most stores fend off intruders." Blu had cast the counter- spell at Hogwarts, knowing there would be illusions of some sort. Her grandmother did own a wizard game shop and illusions was how she protected it.

"I hope blood, bones, and death don't bother you.", she whispered to the siblings so she wouldn't frighten the students outside. The items for sale in the shop were quite disturbing, but they were interesting nonetheless. She stood there like a young boy who had just seen a real life dinosaur skeleton, amazed and intrigued. Now, she would never buy this stuff for herself, but it was amazing to see the items arranged in a way that seemed like art.

Blu ran back to the doorway, looking at all the students still outside."We were here to make a point, but all we have proven was that we need warmer clothes! You say you want to make a stand, but the only stand that's happening is the stand in the cold!" Blu eyes met nearly everyone who wasn't inside before she turned back to the store.
 

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Cassander couldn't understand what everyone was talking about -- he didn't see anything odd about the place. Pushing past the people who stood in front of the doorway with the intent to follow Majorie, his green eyes flashed with confusion. "What are you guys even talking about? It looks like a normal shop!" he said, eyeing the statue of a hand that stood on one of the shelves.

"Maybe you all see different things because you're afraid of it -- that, or maybe you really have to want to see it for it to be visible. I know I'm not afraid of it, seeing as I've been here before." He turned to Majorie, cocking his bushy, left brow. "Come on Majorie, tell me you're not afraid of this place, not even a little," he taunted, hoping to draw a reaction out of the smaller girl. If everyone was going to sit around confused, he might as well get some fun out of it.

"Perhaps you lot should get home and back into your beds. You obviously don't really want to know whats here," he said, drawing his wand. He muttered a quick lumos under his breath, causing a small orb of light to glow from the tip of his chestnut wand. "If only you guys could see some of this stuff," he started, staring at the cabinet with a moving face on it. "You'd be scared to death." Maybe that's what the store owners want, he thought with a smile. Only those worth it get to see it.
 

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To his disappointment, Paul watched as some of the other students ran past him into the shop, stampeding their way through more or less. He still wanted to satisfy his curiosity as to what was in there for himself, though. There had been no screams of agony or pain heard from within, so that was a good sign. Making up his mind, he set foot across the doorway and entered into the shop.

The first thing he noticed was that it was very dark and dreary inside the room, so it took a moment for him to focus his eyes and adjust to the light. He could see the shape of the numerous bodies of the students who had already piled inside the shop, making it difficult to make certain things out. He could hear some excited oohs and aahs going on around him and knew that he had to push himself closer to the display cases, as he would never forgive himself were he to miss out on the action. He had to see for himself what all the fuss was all about. After all, this was what they had all come for. It was the big show. He had already paid his admittance and there was no point in leaving before he had gotten his money's worth.

There was a glass counter immediately in front of him, and he walked over and stared at the contents inside. They were not that surprising, looking much like what Paul had always envisioned dark items would look like. There were a few assorted bones which appeared to have come from some small creature such as a rat (definitely not human), along with a clear glass vial containing what appeared to be human blood along with some potions the likes of which he had never seen before in Potions class. Many of them were either purple or a sickly green in color, a few were even black, and Paul sensed that the foulest ingredients known to the wizarding world must have gone into the making of these concoctions. He couldn't help but wonder if any of these things were either horcruxes or things used in the making of horcruxes, unable to keep the thought out of his mind. Why was he so fascinated with these dark items, anyway? He was supposed to be a Gryffindor; was he sick or something? Maybe it was his inner Slytherin side which he never knew existed before now, suddenly breaking through like a bad dream.

Paul wasn't ready to leave the shop yet. He was here and wanted to see everything. His friends were going to be so impressed by what he told them. Maybe he should jot down some notes!

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"For Pete's sake, why does my hair always get caught in the most unusual places!", Blu said angrily as she tugged at her hair. Her long hair had gotten caught in something as she was observing the various vials of liquid. She must have pulled too hard because the vials came crashing to the floor. "Oh, that's what my hair got caught on!", she said pointing to the vial rack,"I guess I should clean it up now." After an awkward laugh, Blu banished the mess .


"It's not so bad, right? It's like a museum if you think about it!", Blu spoke to a boy next to her. He looked like he was fascinated with the dark items, but Blu couldn't blame him. This stuff is about as interesting as it gets! Many people had given her weird looks for taking interest in the shop, but it wasn't like she would ever buy these things! You weren't automatically a Death Eater if some dark items sparked curiosity in you.


"You're an idiot!", was what Blu's Ravenclaw sister said to her before she left.
"I know. I would be a Ravenclaw if I wasn't.", Blu replied with a smirk.
"Have fun in Azkaban!"
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"Ha. Ha. Very funny."


Ella should've come! She's the real idiot for not taking part in such a monumental moment!
She couldn't wait to tell Ella, her sister, that she had had the best time of her life. She would start by calling her a fool, a coward, and a wimp for not taking part in the break-in. Her finish, the spectacular finish, would tell her about all fascinating knowledge she gained, making "the brain" of the family jealous for not coming.
 

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As Mia walked with a group of fourth years who were off to the side, all she thought was, "I must be brave, I am a Gryffindor after all." All of the fourth years except for her friend Melissa were quiet. "I can't wait to look and steal all of those spooky items!"Melissa said in a very excited tone. "OMG, my brother Alex said that there's a fluffy bunny that turns into a Hungarian Horntail!" Melissa took out her quill and notebook and started scribbling down in her"must sees" list of things that she absolutely had to see in Borgin and Burkes.
 

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A crash startled Lin out of her browsing the shelves, "Be careful," she said looking up to make sure her overly eager brother had not done something he shouldn't have, she let out a sign when she saw it was a girl that had caused the crash. Looking around for her brother, she saw him slowly drifting to where another boy was staring at some dark concoctions, 'Great,' she thought 'he's probably trying to make a new friend'

Focusing back on the bookshelves she continued to look for a book that could be a good gift for her father's upcoming birthday, Adrian had had an amazing gift last year, and she was determined to outdo him this year. Of course even if she found a good book now, she'd have to leave it and come back later to pay for it, no need to implicate herself in the break-in

Her attention was caught by a dark blue tome on the right, dragging it out, she let out an "oomph" at its weight, she opened it to reveal a book on Ancient Runes, even with only her 3 years worth of knowledge on the subject, she knew it was priceless and the perfect gift for her father who had a mastery in Ancient Runes. 'Maybe breaking in wasn't so worthless after all' she thought
 
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