Printer Friendly Version ] [ Report Abuse ]
<< >>

Harry Potter and the Heart of Eternity by Lopie
Chapter 18 : Chapter 17 part 2
 
Rating: 15+Chapter Reviews: 9


Font:  
Background:   Font color:  

The four guardians slowly made there way to cover. They were not happy about the situation they saw at all. There were easily a hundred death eaters gathered, and Harry knew this couldn't be the entire mass of an army. This did, however, give them an idea of what they were up against. Harry immediately nodded to Kei and they all apparated out to the other aurors.

"Well, that is simple enough to deal with." Rena said. "We could do this ourselves."

"And rush headlong into death screaming about how they can take our lives but not our freedom?" Harry asked.

"What?" Rena asked.

"Sorry, its a muggle thing." Harry told her.

"Unfortunately, we don't inspire people that easily Harry." Jen said with a laugh.

"So what are we doing Kei?" Harry said, returning to the point immediately.

Kei smiled slyly. "Harry, what do you bet that those death eaters are the ones who act as leuitenants?"

Harry was confused. "What do you mean?"

"I'm saying what if they are the ones who take the orders to the people who fill this soon to be army as a whole, or that they are going to be." Kei said.

"Could be. I don't know. That's neither here nor there. What are we going to do?" Harry said.

"Stun as many as we can." Kei said. "Use the suppression stunners, and I do mean all of them, before we attack in full force. If they're standing we take them down any way possible. If not then we sift through the bodies afterwards and find them and question them."

Harry nodded. "Simple, sweet, and very little room for error. How many do we have and how many do they take out?"

"We have eight and they take out about as many people." Kei said.

"That evens the odds out if they take out eight each." Harry said. "Well toss them just before the attack, Hopefully the surprise will let them go at their maximum."

Kei nodded. "Exactly. Also, lets increase the teams from ten to fifteen. We'll need more numbers than they'll have if what I think is right."

Harry nodded. "Lets get to it then."

===========================================================

Harry sat in the manor with the other three guardians and relaxed for a moment. The fight was easier than expected. The surprise attack managed to take half of the death eaters out and with that left the rest fighting at odds of one to one at least. Harry smiled as he realized that he didn't panic once through the entire, short, situation.

"Well guys, that was really easy." Harry said.

Kei shook his head. "That was just the beginning. It's going to get a lot worse soon. I can see that already. This fight has only just begun."

Harry nodded. "Then we'd better be ready to finish it like we did the last time."

"Of course we will. How else would we do things? I refuse to leave things half done."

"Me too." Harry said. "Let's get some rest. Tommorrow is going to be the start of a whole new war for us to guard against."



A/N: Wow, that was not good. My whole world fell apart. I have no excuse really. I was dealing with stress problems, course work, work, a computer that blew up and no money to buy a new one, trying to manage a relationship, and not have another heart attack hahaha! I just got too weighed down and I didn't have time. I'm sorry guys. I know this is short but I'm trying to get a feel for the story again, and I need to start with a fresh chapter. The next chapter will be better and will not take forever, I promise you that. Also, I have another story coming out today or tomorrow, and its... a lot different.


Previous Chapter Next Chapter

Favorite |Reading List |Currently Reading

<< >>


Review Write a Review
Harry Potter and the Heart of Eternity: Chapter 17 part 2

Review

(6000 characters max.) 6000 remaining

Your Name:
Rating:

Prove you are Human:
What is the name of the Harry Potter character seen in the image on the left?


Submit this review and continue reading next chapter.
 

Other Similar Stories

No similar stories found!