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Chapter 1 : Prologue: The remnants of a war
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The man looked at the mirror and smiled contentedly.
It was time.
He put the mask before his eyes , the same mask he had used, ah so many years ago, in darker times – no, he corrected himself, better times.
He had waited so long for this, twenty-five years, he waited, in silence, hovering in the dark hours and concocting his plan, the one he would set in motion that same night, for tonight a Dark Lord would rise from the ashes and take the place his master so many years ago had emptied.
He walked in silence out of the manor and apparated away into a quiet meadow, it seemed so easy, that after more than a decade the most powerful wizards of their time would have gotten sloppy. He wondered if they even thought about the possibility of another war.
‘Of course not,’ the man muttered venomously, ‘if those muggle lovers had, I wouldn’t be here tonight.’ He chuckled to himself, and the sound echoed through the clearing.
If anyone in that thing – he wasn’t sure to call it a house – was aware of the man lurking outside, they didn’t show. And so, when the Burrow crumbled, the Weasleys went down without a fight.
And so went many others.
by Rita Skeeter
Tonight Wizarding Britain awoke with dark magic stirring the air. In several different places the Dark Mark was found burning a faint green in the sky, homes and working places were attacked, mostly places related to those who fought for the Light side in the last war, twenty-five years ago. Entire families have gone missing – except for children who are now in the safe grounds of Hogwarts – including such as the Potters, Weasleys and Lovegoods.
Unfortunately we do not bring the answers for you.
Famous auror and Metamorphmagus, Teddy Lupin, said the department of Law Enforcement is working on the case and refused further comment.
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