Hi! I'm Yo-ma and I'm here to tell you some information before you read my story.

This is my story, and it is YAOI (meaning male/male relationships for those unused to the anime world.) If you don't like it, don't read it! Got that?

I DO NOT OWN YU YU HAKUSHO OR HARRY POTTER!!!! So don't sue me, I don't have any money.

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On with the story!

Harry Potter and The Best Defense


Yuuske Urameshi walked through the streets of Tokyo. He had escaped from school early and was enjoying his stroll in the streets. He had been very busy lately, from Botan bugging him to train, to Keiko trying to get him to stay in school and study. His recent elevation to Demon King of the Makai hadn't helped either.

Yuuske nearly jumped out of his wits when a voice spoke from behind him. "Enjoy skipping school, eh, Yuuske?"

Yuuske turned to see Kurama right behind him. He was wearing a black outfit instead of his usual pink uniform, and he had a very Youko-like smile on his face.

"Hello Kurama, what are you doing out of school this early?" Yuuske questioned him, since he knew that Kurama would never skip school unless he had to.

Kurama shrugged, "School let out early today."

Yuuske turned and started to walk Kurama right behind him. He glanced side ways and noticed that it wasn't a black out fit, it was a black uniform. Arching an eyebrow, Yuuske asked, "Kurama where's your usual uniform?"

Kurama gave him a sly smile, "Mother decided to transfer me to another school since she was told that it had been the reason for my disappearances lately."

Yuuske gaped at him; "You lied to your mother!" he cried out, starting quite a few passers-by.

"Of course!" Kurama said with mock shock, "Did you think that I would tell her about me?"

Yuuske stared at Kurama, he was acting strange. Hen it dawned on him. "Your Youko was out last night wasn't he?" Yuuske asked his friend.

"Hai, he was in fact. I'm still felling the after effects of it."

Yuuske was about to provide a sarcastic remark about what Kurama just said, but was interrupted.

"I guess you two are up to no good today." Hiei snorted at them from up in a tree that they were passing.

Hiei jumped down from the tree and landed neatly in front of Yuuske and Kurama. "And why is there an owl above you in broad daylight?" he asked them.

Yuuske looked up at the owl. "NANI!" he screamed, scaring the remaining people near them away. "What's that?"

Hiei looked up and growled at him, "It's a nocturnal bird that hunts mice and other such animals for food." he said sarcastically.

Yuuske growled at him, "I know what an owl is." he told Hiei.

Kurama looked around in the sky. "Yuuske there's another owl heading for your apartment and on other heading towards mine. Why don't we go see what it is and meet up a Genkai's later?"

Yuuske readily agreed and they headed off to their respectful homes, Hiei following Kurama.

When Yuuske got home, he came face to face with a large tawny owl. It nearly scared him out of his wits, being that it popped up right in front of his face. Yuuske was lucky that his mother was asleep, drunk in a corer of the room.

Slowly opening a large envelope tied to the owl's leg, he unfolded its contents and began to read:



Headmaster: Albus Dumbledore

(Order of Merlin, First Class, Grand Sorc., Chf. Warlock,

Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards)

Dear Mr. Urameshi,

We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. I understand that you and your four friends will be the transfer students for this year. It is also arranged that you will protect this school, even though we don't know how. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment. Term begins September 1. We humbly await your arrival at our school.

Yours sincerely,

Minerva McGonagall

Minerva McGonagall

Deputy Headmistress

Yuuske stared at the letter for a time, wondering what in the world it meant. Then, realizing the time, he almost ran towards Genkai's temple.

When Yuuske arrived, he found Kurama and Hiei already there, waiting for him.

Hiei acknowledged his presence with his usual "hn."

Kurama smiled at him from his place on the floor, "You're late Yuuske." He told him pleasantly.

Genkai sighed and motioned for him to sit down. "It seems all three of you got this letter." She addressed them. "That good, for this is going to be your next mission."

Kurama interrupted her, "What about Kuwabara?" he asked. "Isn't he part of the team?"

Genkai sighed, "Kuwabara isn't up to this. This mission requires for you three to go under cover, learning a whole new way of life and not being too suspicious about anything."

Hiei snorted, "No wonder why he isn't included. Kuwabara's an oaf, he wouldn't be able to act differently."

Kurama gently scolded him for talking that way about a friend, even though he knew it was useless.

Genkai sighed and continued, "You will be expected to go to England now and learn all you can about the wizarding world. I'm sure you'll meet up with your two comrades there. I expect you to depart as soon as possible. Oh, yes, as the letter said, you are to protect the school. I heard that there were a few high level demon teaming up with a man named Voldemort. Watch out for them."

Genkai dismissed them then, telling them that she will meet them at the airport tomorrow.

Kurama sighed and plopped on his bed. He still wasn't sure how, but he had managed to convince his mother that he had been accepted at a boarding school for this year and he wanted to go.

Are humans that naive? They seem to be easily convinced of about anything. He thought, then blinked to himself. Sighing he closed his eyes. Yes, they are. Well at least to you, Youko. He thought back to his Youko self.

Ever since that Karasu incident with Yo-mawari, his youko self has been talking to him quite a lot. It didn't matter really, t provided him with some company when he was bored or alone.

Kurama smiled to himself and sat up, looking towards his window. There stood Hiei, who had probably been there for a while.

Hiei looked at him, "Do we have to go on this mission Kurama?" he asked him.

"Yes, Hiei, we do. Any way it's probably going to be quite fun."

Hiei grunted, "I rather keep everything the way it is." he murmured to himself.

Kurama smiled and walked up to him. "Nothing lasts forever, except for certain exceptions."

"Like what?"

Kurama smiled slyly. he held up one hand, to reveal a silver ring. It had a black dragon on it, clutching a diamond egg in its mouth. The one ruby eye, though, was what stood out. Kurama clasped his hand in Hiei's. Leaning forward he whispered into Hiei's ear, "Like our love."

Hiei smiled, a thing that only Kurama saw from him, ad kissed him. Their kiss lasted for a long time, letting their tongues move on their own. Kurama barley noticed when Hiei grew to a height taller then himself and how his hair grew longer. Soon they were tumbling towards the bed, lips and arms locked together in an unbreakable embrace.

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