Disclaimer: Unfortunately, I don't own KHR nor HP. Happens during the fifth book.

"The Sky shall be my dancing floor and the stars forever will accompany me in this glamorous dance…"

It was raining lightly, clouds of various sizes gently floating through the air without a care in the world. A young-looking brunette was watching the condensed water through the plane's window. His hair was spiky yet unimaginably soft, just like a pillow. The brunette's doe-like eyes were the colour of sunset and burned with the power of a thousand suns.

The brunette sighed for what seemed like the umpteenth. Since he and Enma arrived in this crazy world, he had be doing that a lot. It amazed Tsuna how similar yet different the two worlds were, each having their own unique features. For their world, Dying Will Flames, for this world, Magic. Oh, magic. A lot of things could be done by just a flick of a stick. Want a cup of water? Sure! Want the trash to disappear? No problem! Want to teleport to the other side of the planet? Of course! Oh, if at least things were that simple…

Tsuna let out an exasperated breathe. Magic was something wonderful but wizards… they had been annoying the both of them for a long time; they were the reason that he and Enma had to move out of their apartment in Kyoto.

He could remember very well how it all started. They were minding their own business when an owl came out of seemingly nowhere and started tapping on their window. They, of course, let the animal in and wondered what on earth an owl was doing so far away from its natural habitat. When the owl flew inside, the two of them noticed that it was carrying what looked like two letters. One of the letters had Tsuna's name while the other had Enma's, followed by the disturbingly accurate information about where they slept. The brunette and the redhead opened their letters and quickly read through it.

Magic? School? Witches and Wizards? What on…

Tsuna turned to Enma, that looked at him with an equally confused expression. Tsuna blinked and went back to his senses.

"Do you think this is some type of cruel prank from Byakuran?" Tsuna casually asked and shoved the letter into one of his pockets. Enma's eyebrows twitched.

"If it is him then I will burn all of his marshmallows," Enma murmured and Tsuna wholeheartedly agreed, it was about time that they did that.

{The Ballad of the Sky}

As the duo expected, the letters didn't stop coming. Every morning they were treated to the sight of their front door littered with the stupid letters. Even though they started moving frequently, sooner or later the forsaken pieces of paper would appear at their doorstep. Usually they would just get the pile and throw it in the trash or just burn it to ashes, which was definitely easier.

This time it wasn't any different from their usual routine. Tsuna would cook and Enma would get rid of the letters, if there were any. Tsuna was eating the pancakes that he baked while Enma was making sure that the bills were paid.

The moment that Enma opened the door Tsuna knew that something was wrong. Enma's eyes were narrowed and his fists were clenched.

"Good Morning, Enma." Instead of replying, Enma simply dropped a small note in the counter and made his way to the door, probably going to get the mail.

On the note read: "Have a nice vacation, Tsu-cha, En-chan!"

Tsuna gritted his teeth, he should have known! That marshmallow freak…


Tsuna's head whipped up just in time to see thousand and thousand of letters invade their house. He watched incredulous as the pieces of paper covered the majority of the kitchen floor.

Suddenly, the mount of letters started to shuffle and out of it popped his best friend. He was gasping for air and Tsuna couldn't help but feel an odd sense of deja vu. The brunette sat near the pile of letters, mug of coffee in hand, sipping the hot beverage.

"Enma, remember that time when Byakuran almost drowned us on his marshmallows," The brunette grinned at his best friend and proceeded to take another sip.

"It's not exactly something I would like to remember," Enma replied and shivered as he thought back to the event. It took months to take the smell of marshmallow off the walls.

The brunette was about to reply, but then, he felt a massive headache coming his way. Tsuna's eyes widened when he realised what was happening. Those wizards…

"Enma, get the luggage, I'm starting the car." Enma's eyes, just like his, widened.

"They already caught up to us?" Tsuna nodded.

"Let's go, we have little time." Tsuna dashed to their car followed by Enma, who was carrying their luggage.

There was no time to lose. They had a plane to catch and wizards to lose.

{The Ballad of the Sky}

"Ladies and gentlemen, as we start our descent, please make sure your seat backs and tray tables are in their full upright position. Make sure your seat belt is securely fastened and all carry-on luggage is stowed underneath the seat in front of you or in the overhead bins. Thank you."

Tsuna blinked twice. Did that much time pass? Was he really thinking about what happened for that long?

"Yes…" Came the tired response from his left. The brunette turned to come face to face with a sleep-deprived Enma.

Did I say that out loud?

"Again, yes and Tsuna, I told you to wake me up one hour before the landing, now I'm going to stay like this all day," Enma replied groggily while rubbing his right eye.

"Sorry Enma, my bad," Tsuna apologized while scratching his temple sheepishly. The redhead let out a big yawn and adjusted himself so that he would be in a more comfortable position.

"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Surrey Airport. Local time is 1:19 and the temperature is 19°C."

Tsuna smiled at his friend who gave him his own, tired one. They finally arrived.

Author's note: Okay, I usually don't write fanfics, but I'll try to make this work. The length of the chapters will probably be bigger than this. This is more of an introduction chapter than anything else, so I didn't bother to make it too big and I'm probably a bit rusty since I didn't see KHR for a long time.