Harry Potter I own not. Yes, this is Yoda talking
I could hear Ginny breathing hard beside me. I couldn't blame her, we were half dragging her to the woods at about one o' clock in the morning with a bunch of madmen behind us who thought it was a laugh to blow up a campsite.
Sounds fun, doesn't it?
"Please stop Fred, I'm tired!" Ginny moaned as she stumbled and fell. We were still a hundred yards from the safety of the woods and the solid wave of black was getting dangerously close. I could barely hear Ginny in the noise, and if we stood here to long, we'd get trampled.
Without thinking, I pulled out my wand and muttered, "Lumos!" At least now we had light. "George!" I said, looking at my twin brother who was on the other side of Ginny. I had to shout for him to hear me. "Pick up Ginny, we have to get to the woods!"
George nodded and picked up the exhausted girl. I had to run at a slower pace but even so, we reached the woods in three minutes.
It was complete chaos. Everywhere you looked there were frightened people with there wands out and very high-strung nerves. Not exactly the safest place.
I felt a touch on my arm and whipped around, ready to attack, and faced a very frightened Ginny. "Hey Gin, sorry for scaring you." I took her by the hand and led the way deeper into the woods. After a few minutes of walking, I turned around to Ginny. "This is good enough." Then I realized George was missing.
Turns out it can.
A scream rose above the general hub-bub of the crowd. I turned my whole body in the direction of the noise, pulling Ginny along with me. I stopped dead in my tracks.
Up in the sky, glowing a violent shade of green, was a skull. I gasped, Ginny tugged on my shirt sleeve. "Fred? Fred, I don't like this, let's get out of here!"
I was just about to agree with her when I remembered. "George!" I exclaimed. I looked down at Ginny, who was white as a sheet and trembling. So I had to choose; take my little sister to safety or look for George?
I'm evil, I do it on purpose, and yes, I do like it. Trust me on this, he does! So if I don't get at least a couple reviews, there will be no more story, kapeesh?