"Lily? Aren't you coming?" It was Albus Severus who asked her such question. The red haired girl flashed her older brother a small smile before shaking her head.

"Okay. I'll go ahead. See you at dinner." Her brother replied in a low voice. She was currently alone in the library (with her brother leaving her to her thoughts). She looked around, and sighed as she opened the book in front of her. It was a newly installed and edited book of Hogwarts: A History, a book that her aunt Hermione found very interesting for her to buy it for the eleven year-old.

It was her first year at Hogwarts, and it wasn't much as she expected it to be. Surely, she was having fun learning about new things: Spells, Charms, Potions, Transfiguration and the like, but being the Gryffindor that she was, she had come to think that her first year lacked adventure.

"Lily?" She looked around to see Carnation Dunn with a small smile on her face. She was a first year that Lily had come to be friends with, seeing that they shared the same dorm.

"Yes, Cary?" She called the brunette by a nickname she preferred to be called.

"Have you seen Scropius?" She asked.

Now this topic brings us to the very handsome Scorpius Malfoy, son of ex-Death Eater Draco Malfoy. Like his father, Scorpius (more commonly known as Scorp or Scorpion King among his peers) had inherited the Malfoy looks with blonde hair, silvery blue eyes and the pale skin. He was famous among the girls, due to his looks, but more so to his attitude. He was rather clumsy, but it made him more adorable to the girls who doted over him.

"No, but I did see Albus just here a while ago before you arrived, really. I suppose they met up by the lake? Or in the halls? For all I know those two boys could be in the Forbidden Forest." Lily snorted as she mentioned the last part. Knowing her brother and his best friend, they were quite prone to danger. Greatly reminding her of her father, her uncle Ron and aunt Hermione who had been friends during their years at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

"Maybe." Carnation chuckled. She waved her hand as she bid goodbye to her close friend, leaving Lily Luna in her own thoughts once again. Sighing once more, she averted her attention back to her book.

WHAM!

She jumped as she heard an explosion of sound somewhere in the library. She was alarmed for as far as she knew, Madam Pince's desk was far away. Gulping, she made her way towards the cause of noise, raising her wand up in the air.

"It wouldn't be too much help," she thought, "I've only learned a few spells and a few hexes from mum."

"Who's there?" She called out. A boy with striking red hair and a bit of a tan turned around, rubbing the back of his neck.

"Seriously, Freddie?" Lily's wand arm dropped as she sww her cousin. The older boy instantly hid something in his back pocket.

"What did you do?!"

"Well, I was going to get some books but they all fell out." Fred (II) explained, his hand moving away from his neck.

"Don't you dare lie to me, or I'll tell Professor McGonagall." She threatened, crossing her arms in front of her chest.

He sighed. There was no use in lying to her now. "Fine, I was going to use these Dungbombs to prank some of my dorm mates." He held out the Dungbomb that he clandestinely hid.

"Oh! Oh! Did you go to Weasley's Wizard Wheezes this morning?!" She jumped up and down.

"No. Dad sent me these."

"Do you have any Puking Pastilles?"

"Why would you want to use Puking Pastilles?" He asked, mirroring the same demeanor as his cousin.

Lily shot him an unbelieving look. "To use it to prank people? Come on, Freddie, it's been a bit boring these past few days."

"Fine. I'll send a box of it to your dorm."

"Thanks."

She was about to leave when she saw a flash of light from the corner of her eye. Looks like she will be getting a bit of an adventure this year.