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LILY: I know what you're thinking. She's into HP as well?! And YES I AM! And this is my first HP fanfiction. I sincerely hope you enjoy!

MIRAI CLONE: *sweatdrops* Why do I even bother to comment? She'll only hit me, or worse, banish me to the couch or the garage or *something* like that. *shutters*

LILY: Anyway, ignore my mate, I do. About my fic, I already said, it's my first HP and it may be my only, if it gets good enough.

MIRAI CLONE: *sweatdrops* You seriously need to spend significantly *less* time around my father, Lils, you're starting to sound like him.

LILY: You, shut up! You're starting to annoy me! Don't make me get out the crockpot!

MIRAI CLONE: *gulps* Shutting up now.

LILY: *nodding her head* Good. So, disclaimer, I don't own the characters of Harry Potter. I still own my clones, my own mate Mirai Trunks *points to her mate who just sweatdrops but doesn't say anything*, Mystic Gohan, Gambit from X-men Evolution, Neil from the Final Fantasy Movie, Kou Leifoh from the Bouncer for the PS2 game, and my newest clone, Inuyasha, my Demi- Demon Doggie! *gives Inuyasha Clone a bonecushing hug* They're all mine, except for Gohan, he's my best friend's mate. So now on with the story.

MIRAI CLONE: *blinks*

LILY: Oh, and keep them reviews coming, k? Enjoy ladies and gents.

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Harry Potter:

Chapter 1

She frowned softly as she briskly walked down the long corridors, her robe swishing behind her as she hurriedly made her way to the Headmaster's Office. The empty halls echoed the sounds of her shoes on the stone floor as she continued in her pace, never stopping as she continued on to her destination. Finally, she sighed at she reached the large gargoyle that hid the entrance to the Headmaster's office.

"Lemon drops" She said quickly, as she waited impatiently for the large stone gargolye to slid away to reveal the winding staircase behind it that led up to the Headmasters office. Without a glance behind her, she stepped inside and quickly started to ascend the stairs.

She looked around the room, smiling softly as she noticed the beautiful phenoix roosting on his perch beside the Headmaster's desk. Seated at the desk, looking over the several pieces of paper on his desk, sat Albus Dumbledore himself. He smiled up at her, his eyes sparking as he raised his head only high enough to raise his gaze to her and smiled warmly at her.

"Thank you for rushing here, so quickly Minerva. This is a most important matter indeed. Please, be seated, and I shall inform you of the reason I asked you to my office." Dumbledore said softly as Professor McGonagall sat wordlessly across from his desk in one of the four chairs.

"Professor Dumbledore, please tell me the reason you so urgently wished my arrival here was not due to the young Mr. Potter." McGonagall said, concern clearly edging through in her voice. Dumbledore smiled secretly at the woman before him.

"In a way, yes. But fear not, Minerva. Not in the way that your eyes are betraying. No. Young Harry is perfectly safe. I gave him explicit instructions that he was to remain with his Aunt and Uncle until Hadgrid or Remus came to fetch him. He is fine." Dumbledore said as Minerva McGonagall relaxed slightly with a small sigh, before she remembered the Headmaster's first words.

"I beg your pardon, Headmaster. But whatever do you mean when you say that the reason you asked me here did infact have something to do with Mr. Potter if he is perfectly safe in that muggle house? Unless? He is in some sort of danger?" McGonagall asked as the Headmaster smiled even warmer.

"Ah, I shall get to that in due time, Minerva. First we must wait for the arrival of the others before I can explain everything at once." Dumbledore said.

"The others?" McGonagall's question was quickly answered as Professor Snape quickly stepped into the room. He looked curiously at the Headmaster, who simply motioned for the Potions teacher to take a seat beside McGonagall. After Snape was seated, Dumbledore rose to his feet, and walked over to the fireplace in his office, and tossed a small amount of Floo Powder into the flames, instantly the swirl of green smoke swept around the fire and Dumbledore cleared his throat loudly.

"Remus? Would you and Sirius please come to Hogwarts immediately? And if Sirius could please come in his animagus form, I think it would save us a lot of trouble." Dumbledore said as Remus Lupin's confused face floated in the fireplace. After hearing Dumbledore he nodded, not before giving the Headmaster a curious look, who simple smiled but said nothing. A few minutes later, Remus Lupin and a large black dog stepped through the fireplace.

"Serevus? Would you please lock the door? We can't be too careful." Dumbledore said as the black haired man rose his his feet, not before sending a glare towards Remus and the black dog.

"And please, Serevus. Now is not the time to carry on such childish grudges. Please do not make me repeat the same lecture to the three of you that I did last year." Dumbledore said as Snape nodded, and locked the door quietly as Dumbledore turned to face the four adults in the room.

"Sirius, you may detransform." Dumbledore said as the black dog hesitated a moment, as if not sure what was going on, before turning back into Sirius Black.

"Thank you. Now please, have a seat, and I shall explain the reason for your presence here this evening." Dumbledore said as the other nodded and did as they were told.

"First off, I wish to apologize for summoning you this late hour, but it was urgent. Second, we have a very important matter to discuss and I believe that only Serevus, Remus, and Sirius can answer my questions for me. And as for you Minerva, my questions concern your knowledge of the legend of the Heir of Griffindorr, and as head of Griffindorr, I hope you can answer a few of these questions. You four are my most trusted of allies and I fear the time is growing nearer to share what we all know and have learned. Voltemort is back and seeks to grow in power, no matter what the Ministry of Magic chooses to believe." Dumbledore said, sitting down in his own chair as the four looked on in interest.

"It is well known of the potential our young Harry Potter has shown in the past four years, here at Hogwarts, and it is certainly not without just cause. It is my belief, that young Harry, just may in fact, be the Heir of Griffindorr." Dumbledore said as the four looked at him stunned.

"Are you certain Headmaster?" McGonagall asked as Dumbledore nodded.

"More now than ever. As it seems, our young Harry is quiet the wizard in the making. But I am also concerned over his father, James, and what part James may have played in Voltemort's attack that night." Dumbledore began as Siruis immediately jumped to his feet.

"You can't possibly-" Sirius began as Dumbledore shook his head.

"You misunderstand me, Sirius. I know James was wholeheartedly against Voltemort and refused to join him. My question was to why Voltemort thought it so important to rid himself of the Potters. My only reasoning is that perhaps James too was a threat to him, which would explain everything." Dumbledore said.

"Harry told me that when he had been dueling with Voltemort, he informed Harry that he in fact, had had no reason to kill Lily, but that she instead had refused to move out of his way in his pursuit of Harry. It is my belief, that Lily may have posed no threat to Voltemort alone, at least, not as much a threat as James. It also begs the question, as to why it was so important to Voltemort to kill the infant Harry, unless he himself had known that Harry was the Heir. With makes sense." Dumbledore said as Remus nodded.

"I see. But wouldn't that also mean that James was a descendant of the founder of the House of Griffidorr? Why could he not defeat Voltemort?" Remus asked softly.

"I believe that James was indeed a descendant, and therefore the heir, and therefore his son would also be entiled to that Title. I believe that by ridding himself of James and Harry, he would be cutting the ties of the linage of the Heir of Griffindorr, and hense-" Dumbledore began.

"No Heir, no way to stop in in the future. Damn him!" Sirius said as Dumbledore nodded.

"Precisely. Without the Heir, no one would be able to defeat him. True my own magic is strong, but I will not be around forever, and if the Heir of Griffindorr were to end with the infant Harry, then the Heir of Slytherin could continue to be passed through the generations, and the world would be utterly and completely doomed." Dumbledore said.

"Nothing like a little pressure on the kid to make things even worse for him than they already are!" Sirius said bitterly.

"Ah, but you mustn't lose hope. Especially in these dark times, and which is exactly what I have done, and seemed to have possible found a solution to that problem at hand. If you'll excuse me for a moment." Dumbledore said, rising to his feet as he headed over to the fireplace once more, tossing Floo Powder into the fire once again.

"Madame Pomfrey? Would you please tell our honored guest that we are ready for him now?" Dumbledore asked as the nurse nodded her head, smiling cheerily at the Headmaster, before her head disappeared from view. A few seconds later, and in a swirl of green smoke, a cloaked figure stepped out of the fireplace and into the Headmaster's office.

"Thank you. And before I ask you to remove your cloak, would you five please try to keep your voices down?" Dumbledore began asking the figure before turning to look at the four adults seated in the middle of the room, staring on in confusion. With a smile, Dumbledore returned his attention back to the figure.

"You may remove your cloak." Dumbledore said as the figure nodded, before reaching up and taking the rim of the hood over his head and slowly pulled it back.

There in the mist of of his friends and one prevous rival, stood the recently reincarnated James David Potter.

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