Quick A/N: Hiya minna-san! Gomen nasai!!! I'm really sorry about the delay in updation, but my Word program that I got with my laptop expired!!! I couldn't update or do my homework for almost a month!!! That's my excuse, I hope you will all accept it, and I will try to update more often. I hope to finish this fiction soon, but I promise to start on another one after!

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Remus did make it back to classes the next day, but not without some effort. Sirius followed him to all of his classes, even though it made him late for three of his own. The werewolf was still hurting, and he was having a hard time walking around the halls without any help.
James tried to help as well, but he was pushed away too many times by Sirius to care.
"'Don't touch my Remus!'" James teased, as he and Sirius spend down the hall towards the History class they had together.
"Shut up…" responded Sirius, blushing slightly. They huffed down the hallway, nowhere close to their destination. No sound was heard for a few seconds except for their heavy breathing.
"Sirius, I've had an idea." James pulled his book bag back up on his shoulder.
"What?" sighed Sirius. They turned a corner.
"Well, you know how Remus changes, right?" he started, surprising Sirius slightly.
"Of course. Why?" "I've found a way we can help him during the full moon." Sirius' mouth popped open, and he openly stared at his friend. "How? There's nothing we can do!" "Well, it was deduction mostly. You know that we can't be with him when he changes, right?" Sirius gave James his full attention and began slowing down. He nodded.
"Well, it's because we are human, you know, and we could get infected if we were there with him. If we weren't human we could be there when he needed us most." Sirius raised an eyebrow. "What? Not human?" They were almost to the history classroom. James nodded to his question.
"Animagus, Sirius." The boys face lit up.
"We can't, James. We haven't even graduated yet., there is no way that anyone in the ministry would let us register." "They can't do anything if they don't know." "James…" Sirius began, his argument falling short of convincing. He didn't want to do something illegal, but then again, he would do anything he could to help Remus. The history classroom was in sight now. "How do we do it?" "Not quite sure, but I have an idea. And an restricted book." James smirked, ending the conversation as they entered the classroom.

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That night Remus went to bed early, after a long argument with Sirius about it. Remus wanted to stay up with him, but he could barely keep his eyes open as it was. Sirius quickly pecked him on the lips before closing the curtains to his bed.
He whispered "Good night, Moon-boy" and winked. Remus blushed and sighed before laying down completely.
Sirius turned and made his way over to James, who was sitting at the desk doing some Arthimancy homework. He pulled up a chair and stared at the black haired boy for a moment.
"How do we start?" "We need a Cauldron."

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The next few days Sirius was obsessed with becoming an Animagus. He had less than three weeks until the next full moon, and he was determined to change before then. James was convinced they couldn't make the potion that fast, though.
"It'll be a full week until I even get all the ingredients from Romania!" They were headed to their history class again. "And besides, I think we should tell Remus soon. He could help!" "No way. He would try to stop us. And I want it to be a surprise…" Sirius lowered his head a little, embarrassed.
James scoffed and shook his head. "Fine, but if this is all for nothing I will crucify you with a salad fork. I've spend half of my savings on those ingredients." "Yes ma'm!" Sirius grinned. They entered their history class, heading straight to the back with a glare from Binns. The seats were a bit dusty, but it seemed that things in this history classroom got dusty overnight. They had sat in the same seats two days previous.
"Late again, I see…" he chided, adjusting his small glasses. James mumbled an apology that went unheard and pulled out his parchment. After wiping the table of the dirt, he began to write a not to the boy sitting next to him.
We could get started tonight. Boil the Ashwinder eggs. James scribbled on the paper and handed to Sirius. He quickly read it and replied.
That would be excellent. He handed it back, trying not to smile. Sometimes he was surprised at how great of a friend James was.
Where should we do it? I don't think it would be wise to pull out those babies in the dungeons.
Sirius looked over the parchment quickly, think of a private place to go.
I don't know… We could do it the boys bathroom. You know that stall that no one uses in our dorm? He passed it back.
That might work.
They continued the note though the entire period, writing nothings about the boring class, and whom James was lusting after today. Their teacher lectured the whole while, and some psuedo listening between the two of them pieced the gist of the topic together. It seemed like that class lasted all afternoon, especially to Sirius who was getting antsy after being away from Remus for so long. He scolded himself in his head, but he still couldn't help but look forward to his next class. Finally, to Sirius' pleasure, the bell rang, signaling the end of class, and the two boys that had been prepared five minutes prior jumped up. They were the first students out of the room. "You're rather eager…" James teased his friend, smirking as they made their way to the third floor landing where they usually met Remus and Peter. They were there already when they topped the flight of stairs, and Remus rushed over as soon as he saw them. Sirius, on the spur of the moment, wrapped his arms around the wolf and pulled him close. The embrace only lasted a second, but it was enough for both of them. James started off to their next class with Peter, blushing slightly at the scene. "How was Divination?" Sirius inquired, moving closer to Remus as they headed down the hallway.
"Hmm… Same as usual." Remus smiled. "Interpreting the folds of your robes to see if you will die or something," he giggled.
"What did you see?" Sirius winked.
"Well, supposedly Bailey saw 'the Grim' which means I'm cursed. But we already knew that didn't we?" Remus said sarcastically, his mood changing a little. He sighed.
Sirius slid his arm over the blonder boys shoulder. "Remus," he said quietly. Remus sighed again.
"I know, I know." Sirius felt the urge to kiss his cheek, but he was in the hall, and everyone would see if he did. He rubbed Remus' shoulder instead.

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The weeks flew by like a tampered wind, and soon the ingredients for their 'potion' finally arrived one morning during breakfast. James cursed as a tawny owl dropped a large round package in his potatoes. "What beautiful timing…" he mumbled sarcastically, picking up the greasy ball and trying to wipe it clean. Sirius watched curiously, overly eager, while Peter and Remus threw him some confused looks.
"What's in the package, James?" Peter leaned closer to his friend, trying to sneak a peek.
"Some Quidditch stuff I ordered out of a catalog a while ago," he shrugged, shoving the package into his book bag.
"I want to see!" Peter exclaimed, while Remus quickly looked uninterested.
"I call it deep psychological obsession…" Sirius smirked to the werewolf seated next to him. Remus smiled at the comment, while James glared in a friendly manner.
"I would agree," Remus smiled, "but I would say there's more than just James in that therapy session." He indicated Sirius and Peter.
"Oh really?" Sirius smirked back. Under the table, he slid his hand onto Remus' thigh. The blond didn't respond to the touch other than a glaze of lust covering his eyes.
"Yes," responded Remus, with a slightly lighter tone. The rest of breakfast was finished in silence.

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