Disclaimer: I don't own a thing except the obvious, the rest belongs to J. K. Rowling.

Authors Notes: Well, here's the sequel to The Saga of the Red Dragons Order 1, The Order of the Phoenix and The Green Flame Torch; and I would advise you to read (and hopefully review) those before reading this or you might not get a few things. Thanks to everyone who reviewed the last chapter of TSotRDO1. Also there is going to be some French and Italian in this chapter, but don't worry, it's explained at the end.

-Chapter One-

'The Daily Prophet, 28th of August, year 2006


By Colin Creevy

Since Cornelius Fudge resigned as Minister of Magic three years ago, right after the attacks on Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the Ministry has been in debate on whom to chose as the new Minister. Rumours has it that Harry Potter has been suggested, along with Albus Dumbledore, Headmaster of Hogwarts. The Ministry has yet to chose, and the fact that the Black Snakes Order has resurfaced, with Viktor Krum as their leader, doesn't make it easier.'

The paper was put down. The young man that had been reading smiled in amusement. He would never understand them. He picked up another paper.

'The Daily Prophet, 14th of August, year 2006


By Colin Creevy

The royal school for Elves, D'iver school of Magic, was attacked by the Black Snakes Order yesterday. Fortunately, no one was in the school at the moment so no one got hurt. The Elf-children are going to go to Hogwarts, Beauxbatons or Durmstrang until the school is rebuild.'

The young man took up yet another paper from the table, turned a few pages until he found what he was looking for. This time he got a serious, and thoughtful expression on his face.

'The Daily Prophet, 13th of July, year 2004


By Colin Creevy

Our new star, the Falmouth Falcons Seeker and Defence Against the Dark Arts expert Divel Dubner, said on a press-conference in New York that he was going to teach at Hogwarts, taking up the Defence Against the Dark Arts position. He just laughed away the myth about the job being cursed, and said that he planned to stay there more than only one year. All we can do is to wish the Falcons Seeker good luck keeping the position.'

This Divel Dubner had just popped up with the Falcons three years ago, a few months after the Hogwarts-attack. Since then the Falcons hadn't lost once, and had won the world-cup twice. The spies he had at Hogwarts were complaining about the guy in every rapport or letter he got from them. Usually it was about how Dubner always was 'to high in the clouds for his own, or others, good', and that was when they bothered to put it nicely. Even Dumbledore had written to him, asking him if he could do something about the situation.

'Well,' the young man thought. 'If they've survived with the guy for two years, they can survive another two. Funny, Dubner sounds like Gilderoy Lockhart, maybe even worse. I don't envy them.not at all.'


Severus Snape, the Potion Master at Hogwarts and one of the best agents in the Red Dragons Order, was walking swiftly down the corridor in the Red Dragons Headquarters. People literally threw themselves out of his way, not caring if they had to pick up a huge stack of papers afterwards. He had tried to be patient, tried not to care, and even tried to get Dubner fired but nothing had worked. Now his patience was record low, and he would explode at the smallest thing. His robes where blowing out behind him like huge batwings. Only two people could have stopped him when he was in this kind of a mood, and he was on his way to one of them right now.

Severus stopped in front of a door with a lion with wings, the griffins true form, carved out on it. He knocked on the door and waited.

"Com on in Severus." Severus opened the door and went inside. "Now, what brings you here this time? Is it the Ministry affair, or Dubner?"

Severus was looking at his former student, now boss, Harry Potter. He had short, spiky black hair, green piercing eyes that were twinkling mischievously as always, and the infamous lightning shaped scar.

"Dubner." Severus replied. "Can't stand another day with the man. He's even worse than Lockhart."

"And you want me to do something about it?"

"No, I just took this trip way over here to drink tea with you, Potter." Severus sneered, making it clear that he wasn't up for wise-cracks. "Now with the elf-children coming to Hogwarts, I don't trust the guy. It's the same as it was with Quirrell."

"Have you tried to ignore him?"

"Didn't work."

"Tried to be patient?"

"It's a personal record."

"Tried to scare him away?"

"That was Minerva's idea."

"Tried to make him move out of boredom?"

"The Divination teacher tried that, and nearly got herself blown up."

"Tried to talk to Dumbledore?"

"Every time we try, Dubner shows up."

"Tried to find something bad on his record?"

"Not a spot on it."

"Tried to get him fired?"

"For two years now."

"This is a though one, isn't it?"

"You can say that again. Dumbledore even asked the Weasley twins for help."

"How about Sirius or Remus?"

"They tried and were transfigured into beetles."

"Alright Severus. I'll see what I can do, but don't expect a miracle." The Potion Master nodded. "By the way, how long is it since Madame Hooch had a vacation?"

"I don't think she has ever had one. Why?"

"I need a reason to stay at Hogwarts for the school year." Harry replied while taking out pen and parchment. "Could you deliver this to her?" he asked a few minutes later.

"Sure. Potter, do you think she's desperate enough to let you take her job for a whole year?"

"If I know her right, yeah." Severus Snape left.


Harry took down two files from the shelves and started to search through them. A few minutes later a song could be heard in the room. It was wonderful and sad at the same time. He looked up and saw a phoenix sitting at the back of the chair that stood in front of his desk. The phoenix was golden with a silver beak. It had a letter in its claws. Harry got up and carefully took the letter so that he didn't scare the bird. He looked at the wax-seal. A white stag. He had never seen that one before. He opened the letter and read it.

'To the Red Dragons Commander,

We have heard about your honourable deeds against the Dark Side. You have impressed us with your daring attacks at the Black Snakes and the reminding Death Eaters. That is why we trust you enough to ask you to look after our son and heir Eminor D'xin the III. who will be going to Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry this year.

We are of course sending our own guards, not only to look after him, but also every Elf in the school. But it would be comforting to have Red Dragons looking after him too.

We hope that you will consider this seriously. It will be paid.

King Minour D'xin and Queen Sarena D'xin'

Under it was the royal seal, the white stag. Harry's mouth was by this time hanging open. He had had no idea that the Red Dragons Order had done so well that it had reached the ears of the King and Queen of the Elves. How it had reached that far he had no idea as no human ever known had been in the world of the Elves. The Elves only came to the human-world if it was something that was concerning their own world, and that didn't happen many times. Now he had to go to Hogwarts, but he wasn't going alone.


Draco Malfoy was enjoying life in Paris. He hadn't been called in to the Red Dragons for over a month, and that was a record.

"Merci beaucoup." He said as the waiter gave him a 'crêpe de sucre', in other words a pancake with sugar.

Suddenly the other chair at his table was pulled out and someone sat down.

"Pardon monsieur, est-ce que tu parles anglais?"

"Oui." Draco replied not looking up from his paper.

"Good, my French is rusty."

Draco knew that voice. He looked up and found his boss and best friend looking at him.

"Whatever you want me to do this time Harry, I say 'no'." He said and looked back to the paper.

"You sure? Snape came to me earlier today and asked if we couldn't do something about Divel Dubner." Harry said calmly.

"The worlds best Seeker? Doesn't he play for the Falcons? What's he doing at Hogwarts?"

"He isn't only the Falcons Seeker, but also an expert in Defence Against the Dark Arts. And he has taken that position at the school. They've tried everything to get him out of there, and nothing has worked."

"The Weasley twins?"


"Black and Lupin?"

"Were turned into beetles when they tried." Harry replied. "Even Dumbledore has asked me to help them, and you know that he could wait for something until Hell froze over."

"I heard that the Elf-children were going to Hogwarts. What do you have on that?" Draco asked. Harry had gotten him curious.

"More than I thought I would. Read this." Harry handed him the letter that had come with the golden phoenix. He watched as Draco read through the letter, then gaped at him. "No I haven't written it myself." He said before Draco could gather his thought enough to ask.

"Holy shit."

"So I take it you're coming?"

"Do you think you can keep me away?"

"No. Just be at Kings Cross on September the 1st. A demain."

"Au revoir Potter." Draco replied.


Harry appeared at a street called Via Condotti, Rome. He was looking for a café called Caffé Greco. There he spotted it, right opposite him. He quickly crossed the street and went inside. He looked around, saw the person he was searching for and walked over. Harry was heading towards a waitress. She had her red hair in a ponytail. At the moment she was writing something.

"Ciao Ginny! Come sta?" he asked.

The girls head snapped up. She smiled when she saw him.

"Multo bene." She replied. "Lets sit down. So what brings you here to Italy?"

"Hogwarts. I trust you have heard about Divel Dubner?" Harry asked.

"The Falcons Seeker, and he's had the Defence Against the Dark Arts position for two years now, hasn't he?"

"Yeah. Well, Hogwarts wants him out, and before you ask: Sirius and Remus were turned into beetles trying to help, and your brothers are already tried."

"So that's why they came home looking like wandering battle fields." Ginny said. "I've been wondering about that."

"Yeah, and read this." Harry gave her the letter he had showed Draco.

"You want me to be there?" Harry only nodded. "Alright, I'll meet you at Kings Cross when the Hogwarts Express leaves." She stood up. "You want something?"

"No thanks. Got to get back. Left Sirius in charge."

"You better hurry up then before he blows up something. Adio."

"See ya'."



1. Merci beaucoup - Thank you very much

Pardon monsieur, est-ce que tu parles anglais? - Excuse me sir, do you speak English?

A demain- See you

Au revoir- Good bye


Ciao! Come sta?- Hi! How are you?

Multo bene- Just fine

Adio- Good bye

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