As Long As You're Mine

By Ammie Hawk

Summary: After the war with Voldemort, the Ministry of Magic goes to the ESUN to offer an Alliance, through marriage to their savior, Harry Potter.


Lady Anne Une, head of the Preventers, walked into the meeting room of the Council of the Earth Sphere Unified Nations, which comprised itself of the major leaders of the new world order. Most of the Council members were already assembled, aside from Une they were only waiting for the Vice Foreign Minister, Relena Peacecraft Darlian, and the President himself. She took her spot at the table and prepared to wait. It took less than ten minutes for the other two to arrive, along with three others Une had never seen before.

"Welcome," the President greeted, taking his seat at the head of the table. "Now before I begin this meeting, I'd like to introduce my guests and the reason for this rather impromptu meeting. This is Minister Cornelius Fudge, his undersecretary Dolores Umbridge, and his aide Percy Weasley. Now I know that all of you are aware of the wizarding communities scattered throughout the world, Minister Fudge here is a representative sent by the International Confederation of Wizards to negotiate their joining the Earth Sphere Unified Nation."

There were scattered whispers and murmurs throughout the other members, but mostly they were all looking at the Minister curiously.

"Now what this means for us," the President held up his hands for silence, "is the almost total integration of wizarding society into normal society, which I am told has not happened for millennia. Now this will mostly affect our Preventers for the immediate future," he turned his attention to Lady Une. "Trained wizarding specialists will be sent to the Preventers and a new division will be formed to accommodate them. Now this division will consist of the wizards and some of our elite and they will train to handle mostly wizarding disturbances. There will be other small changes as well, including the introduction of classes on wizards into our school systems and the like. But that will be discussed at a later point, once this treaty had been established. Now I will turn the floor over to Minister Fudge who will give more details of this treaty as he was not that forthcoming when he arrived. Minister Fudge."

"Thank you, Mr. President," Cornelius Fudge pushed to his feet.

Fudge went on about what the president had said and went into greater detail on certain matters as they came up. Finally, he came to the terms of the treaty presented.

"Now, before we can implement any of these changes," he concluded, "there is one major request that we of the International Confederation of Wizards must insist on. And it is a deal breaker. We must insist that the most influential figure in our society be joined in marriage to an equally influential member of your society. This is to promote unity and acceptance within both societies. Personally, I would recommend Vice Foreign Minister Darlian as she is well known and influential."

Next to him, Percy began nodding fervently. There were skeptical looks from everyone around the table until finally the girl in question stood.

"If this will promote peace and understanding between our societies," she said with clear conviction, "then I will gladly accept."

"Hem, hem," a girly voice interrupted before anything else could be said, drawing all attention to Dolores Umbridge. "Not to puncture your aspirations, but you might want to take into account that our candidate prefers the company of his own gender, rather than females."

"In that case," the President frowned in thought, "we could always present her brother, Zechs Merquise."

"How about this?" Lady Une cut in. "What if I present this matter to him, as well as the other heroes of our war and see if we can't come up with a suitable candidate?"

"That would be acceptable," Minister Fudge nodded. "However, we will need an answer within the week, so try not to take too long.


The following day, six men, all elite Preventer agents, made their way down the hall to the office of Lady Une herself. They had all been summoned for a special meeting with the top brass, though none of them knew exactly why. When they finally reached their destination, the tall blond among them reached out and knocked briskly on the closed portal.

"Enter," came the call from inside.

With a quick look at each other, they pushed the door open and went in. Behind a large oak desk, Lady Une looked up from her paperwork and motioned for them to take seats in the chairs in front of her. Once they had complied, she rested her elbows on the desk and folded her hands in front of her.

"Thank you for coming gentlemen," she sighed. Before we begin, I want to make sure that you have all been brought up to speed on the wizarding world." They all nodded in the affirmative. "Good. Now, a treaty has been presented by that community to the leaders of the ESUN. We are more than ready to accept the treaty, however, there is one thing we have to do before it goes through. They have requested that an influential member of their society marry an influential member of ours."

"Great," the braided one clapped his hands together. "So have 'em marry Relena and call it a day."

"That was the original suggestion," Une shook her head. "However, it turns out that the candidate they have is homosexual. The council suggested Zechs fill the role. Before you say anything," she held up her hand to stave off the inevitable protests from the tall blond, "I suggested I speak with all of you to choose a better candidate."

"So what you're saying," the small blond of the group interjected, "is that one of us should volunteer to marry a complete stranger, who we may or may not find to be a suitable partner."

"Unfortunately, yes,' she sighed. "My hands are tied on this, the Council has already decided. They expect an answer, and a candidate, within the week. So either the six of you decide amongst yourselves, or the Council will decide for you."

"Thank you, Lady Une," Quatre nodded, "for giving us this opportunity. We will discuss it and have an answer for you in a few days time."

"Very well," she agreed. "You are dismissed."


"What are we going to do?" the former Sandrock pilot sighed once they made it back to the office the four full time Preventers shared, the other two being only on standby.

"We don't really have a choice, do we?" the Chinese agent scowled, folding his arms over his chest and leaning against the wall. "But that's the point, isn't it?"

"We could stop it," the braided teen piped up. "I mean what can they do to us, we're the gundam pilots."

"The only way to stop this is full blown war," Zechs sighed, leaning back in his chair, his arm thrown over his eyes. "Didn't we just fight a war to end the fighting? Besides, while we may know of the wizarding world, none of us are really qualified to fight them."

"So what?" Duo stood up and began pacing. "We just roll over and take it? One of us has to give up our future so the world can have peace?"

"That's why we took on the duty of the gundams," the unibanged teen shook his head. "And that is why we will do so again, all we have to decide is which one of us will make the sacrifice this time."

"The majority of you are seeing someone, two of you each other," the small blond took a deep breath, his sea green eyes falling closed. "I think the duty, this time, falls on mine and Wufei's shoulders."