Ginny - Chapter One
Author's Notes: Lame title, isn't it? Ah, well Anyway, this is another of my Harry Potter fan fiction. I hope you'll like it, and I hope you'll review. It will mean a lot to me if you like my fan fic. Thanks =)
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Clang!The sound of glass shattering on the floor echoed the Great Hall. Everyone looked around to see who was clumsy enough to do that, and a furiously blushed Ginny Weasley looked away from her schoolmates, feeling very embarrassed indeed. Some people from Gryffindor snickered and the Slytherins were looking sneeringly at her.
Next to her, her so-called bratty friend', Emily Kyle, was looking furiously at her. Apparently, her pumpkin juice had spilled a little on her robes. "Look what you did!" Emily shrieked. "These robes are not the kind of robes you can find, you know? It's 200 galleons!"
"It's only a little spill," Ginny said despairingly. Emily flew into a rage immediately, and yelled, "A little spill? Who do you think you are speaking to? Would you like to know what you really are? A clumsy, squirmy, idiotic, stupid fourth year, and that's you, Ginny Weasley!"
"Enough, Miss Kyle!" Professor Mcgonagall called sternly from the staff's table. "Miss Weasley, apologize to her." Ginny stared at the professor with disbelief. "It was just an accident!" she said. Professor Mcgonagall frowned at her and said, in a firm voice, "Do as I say, Miss Weasley."
"I'm sorry, Em," she said in a small voice. Emily smiled in a satisfied way, feeling happy that the girl was embarrassed in front of the whole school. Ginny sat back down and continued eating her dinner silently, while the others continued chatting with each other. She looked up a little, glancing at her brother, Ron, and his best friends, Harry and Hermione.
She blushed furiously when Harry smiled and laughed at Ron's joke—he as too cute! Ginny shook his head violently, and thought to herself, Come on, Ginny—this is so First Year-ish of you. Harry won't like you even if you try as hard as you can You're just Ron's-little-sister to him
She looked at her classmates. They were all brats and bitches—whatever the word was. The boys were the only ones she hanged out with, since they're much nicer. But to the girls, she was a slut—the ultimate Weasley slut that every fourth year girl should ignore.
That night, after Ginny wrote in her precious journal, she began to dream about leaving somewhere else—where she would actually be respected Strangely, she didn't feel as if Hogwarts was her home, nor the Burrow. She felt that she belonged somewhere else...which is a ridiculous thing to think of--since she will always be a Weasley. She would always be Ginny Weasley.
To them, I'm just some bitch, Ginny thought surly as she opened her History of Magic book and re-reading it for the 100th time. To her, history was actually magic. History was everything. History could tell her all about the past—and even, in her opinion, the future. She turned the pages to her favorite section; A La Famous Wizards and Witches' Quotes.
Find out who you are—and never run from your destiny' – Rowena Ravenclaw. Ginny smiled a little and copied down the quote to her Quotes notebook—which was already full of quotes she got from Muggle storybooks that her father always brought home from work, poems, things that were shown on the Muggle telly and lots more.
She heard the door open and Hermione's face appeared. "Can I come in?" she asked expectantly. Ginny smiled a little—everyone was not in at the moment. "Sure, why not?" she answered. Hermione came in and shut the door behind her. "What are you doing?" she asked.
"Copying down quotes. I'm not sure if some of my quotes have been written two times—because I just can't keep track." Ginny said rather sheepishly, holding up her thick Quotes book. Hermione laughed and said, "That's pretty cool! Mind if I look?" Ginny shrugged and handed her the book.
"Find out who you are and don't run away from destiny," Hermione read out loudly. "By Rowena Ravenclaw. She's very intelligent, isn't she?" Ginny smiled at her friend and replied, "Not as much as you are," Hermione blushed slightly and said, "You're pretty clever too, you know?"
"Let me be, I'm a stupid girl," Ginny groaned.
"No, you're not. Who beat Emily Kyle on the Transfiguration exam next year, huh?" Hermione said, winking. "You."
"It's just Transfiguration," Ginny replied critically. "Nothing much"
"Don't worry, Ginny. I don't think you're a freak," Hermione said in an assuring voice. Ginny smiled at her and said, "Thanks, Hermi," Hermione shook her head and replied, "No problem really."
"Hermione—does Harry like anyone?" Ginny asked shyly.
"Nope," she replied, grinning. "Go get him. Anyway, I have to go now I have to meet Ron downstairs," she blushed a little and went out of the dormitory.
Find out who I am and never run away from destiny, Ginny thought, shaking her head. What a joke
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The next day, Ginny got the shock of her life—that would change everything It was Divination, and Professor Mcgonagall entered the classroom, looking rather speechless, but she said to Professor Trelawney, "If you please, Albus and they want to see Ginny Weasley."
"Very well," Professor Trelawney said in her usual dreamy voice, which made Professor Mcgonagall's lips turned white with extreme annoyance. "Weasley, pick up your books and bag and you may go." With a stunned expression, she went out of the Divination classroom, following Professor Mcgonagall.
Halfway towards Professor Dumbledore's office, Ginny bumped into Draco Malfoy, and her books fell everywhere. Professor Mcgonagall turned around and looked disapprovingly at her, but said in a lenient voice, "I'll wait," Ginny sighed in relief and began to pick her books, and saw that Draco was helping her!
He handed Ginny her Divination books and she said, "Thank you," rather softly. Draco shrugged. "No problem. See you later," he replied, and went off. It took about five seconds for Ginny to regain control of herself before she continued walking towards to Prof. Dumbledore's office.
When they were in front of the stone gargoyle, Professor Mcgonagall said, "Lemon twist," and it flipped open. They walked up the spiral stairs and Professor Mcgonagall knocked the door. "Come in," Ginny heard Professor Dumbledore's voice from inside. Professor Mcgonagall opened the door and they entered.
To Ginny, his office was the neatest one she ever walked in. To her surprise, there was two people sitting on the chair. One was an enchantingly beautiful woman, who looked pleasantly young, with purple long hair, and magical looking golden eyes. The handsome man beside her had golden brown hair and golden eyes too. They were dressed in strange clothes and she saw that they were holding rods.
"What's all this about?" she asked bluntly.
"Virginia!" the woman exclaimed, standing up and hugging her suddenly. "Look how you've grown! You're not very attractive but" the woman trailed off and hugged her again very tightly. The man stood up too and kissed her on the cheek. "We've missed you very much." He said tenderly.
"Okay, cut!" Ginny exclaimed. They looked at her strangely, and Professor Dumbledore, who looked as if he was about to laugh, said, "I think she means for you two to stop talking," in a polite voice. "Ginny—these people are your parents," Ginny stared at them in shock—she couldn't believe—it was unbelievable.
"What?" she cried.
"Just call me Ginny, it's okay." Ginny insisted.
"Ginny—we're both enchanter and enchantress," the woman said. "My name is Alexandria Velencia, and this is your father, Isaac Antonio. We're the rulers of Enchantria, the world of enchanters." Ginny blinked, feeling confused. "Ginny there is another world other than this world that we live in another dimension," Isaac said in a fatherly way. "You will find that there is a lot of people like us. This isn't even you."
"What do you mean?" Ginny asked, still puzzled.
"Enchantera Holyuism" Alexandria muttered, pointing her rod at her. Ginny felt herself changing rapidly. A flash of orange light twirl around her and when it was gone, Isaac said, "Look into the mirror." Ginny absent-mindedly looked into the mirror that was in the office.
She gasped—she was about one feet taller than she was, her hair looked fluffy and was pink, she wasn't wearing her school robes—instead she was wearing lavender robes that was made of very smooth fabric, and her eyes—they were not brown anymore. In fact, they were golden.
"But—why was I—
"Ginny we had to disguise you into a mortal—we had to gave you to the Weasleys—we made an unbreakable enchanter charm and turned you into one of the Weasley." Isaac said.
"Why did you gave me to the Weasleys?" Ginny asked incredulously. She felt strange saying the word Weasleys'. It was as if the family name had nothing to do with her. "Enchantria was attacked by Edel (© Final Fantasy 8), a very powerful and evil enchantress. Using our special powers, we sealed her off."
"Okay but that doesn't explain why you threw me away!" Ginny said.
"We didn't threw you away." Alexandria explained. "Before Edel was sealed off, she made a curse that my first daughter will be haunted by her evil spirit—and that her spirit will provoke you to un-seal her. So the charm that I put on you made you undetectable by her spirit."
"You're my parents, then? You're really my parents?" Ginny said, happiness written all over her face.
"Indeed we are," Isaac said. Ginny threw her arms around them and began to cry uncontrollably. Professor Dumbledore smiled slightly, his eyes shined because he too, was touched. "All of this time—I knew I didn't belong here. Professor Dumbledore, what must I do now?" she said, wiping her eyes.
"Ginny," Professor Dumbledore said gently. "I would've let you go to Enchantria, but I find it impossible. Lord Voldemort is back—he might try to get you and force Edel to possess you and make you release her."
"But can't you see?" Ginny said. "I don't belong here! Everyone hates me! Everyone thinks I'm a just a stupid girl with no brains and is poor—everyone—and I'm just an ugly duckling once I change into my old self."
"Well, then—we can make some changes." Alexandria said. She turned to look at Professor Dumbledore. "May she go to Enchantria? I promise she's going to be all right there.. she's going to make loads of friends!"
"Very well," Professor Dumbledore said, smiling at Ginny. He stood up and bowed to her. "It's been a pleasure having you here in Hogwarts, Ginny."
"Thank you, professor," Ginny said, hugging him.
Coming Soon: Ginny finds out that someone has deep feelings about her—perhaps it's Harry? ;) (hopefully). You guys are going to enjoy Enchantria, I'm telling you! =D Please review!