"Do you know who that is?" Ron glanced over across the Great Hall to a girl at the Ravenclaw table. She had her head cradled in her hands, looking utterly miserable.
"Luna told me her name is Ann," Ginny replied. "I don't remember her last name."
"Luna told you?" Hermione asked, turned to the youngest member of their group.
"Yes. She was always nice to Luna. People say she's a bit weird too. She tried to bring a television to school."
"Electronics don't work inside of Hogwarts," Hermione frowned.
"I know. But she really wanted it for some reason." Ginny grabbed another piece of toast. The four Gryffindors silently watched the girl; she grabbed a quill out of her bag and abruptly started scribbling on a piece of parchment in front of her.
"What is she doing?"
"I don't know. Luna said she's always writing strange things." Ann rolled the parchment up, grabbed her bag and walked quickly out of the room.
"Do you think she's up to something?"
"Nothing dangerous. She's muggle born, bright but not outstanding and tends to be in a world of her own."
"Come on. It's time for Transfiguration anyway."
As the Gryffindors went off to class, Ann climbed several flights of stairs until she finally found herself in the Divination classroom.
"Come in, come in dear child. I See that you have come to me to resolve the answers lying in your heart yes? Do not fear, all shall be revealed." Professor Trelawney waved the Ravenclaw over to chair. "Now, tell me, what is it you wish to know?"
"These names," the girl pulled out the roll of parchment, "I need to know their fates."
"Ah." She pointed to the first name. "I
see... The first. Illness over cast his future…he is fading
quickly…not long for this world. Death will take him soon. And this
one, he mirrors another, he is lost, without his anchor- death has
touched him and the great black Gates open again for him. I see
shadows of death hanging around the last name. His past will come to
haunt him! Darkness! Dogs! OH DEAR! IT'S THE GRIM!"
"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!" Ann screamed, jumping in her seat. "You mean, THEY'RE ALL GOING TO DIE!"
"My child... If I were you, I would say goodbye to those friends of yours..."
"But…but…THERE IS ALWAYS AU!" And with that, the witch bolted from the tower and ran back to her room, eager to write her elder sister to find out what new information had come out for the Fullmetal Alchemist Movie.
For those who don't know, AU stands for Alternate Universe, where people ignore canon and/or change things that happened in series. Yes, I'm silly.