Kura: Okay, I know that this little shot might confuse a lot of readers. And trust me, I got confused at a certain point when I was talking through this with my big bro (about 10-30 minutes ago) and I'll just say this: you guys can interpret this any way you want.
Berry: We just create these to ease off our strange imagination.
Kura: And...well...sure, it's weird. But hey, I like it. And if you guys like this, it'll be a big plus for me.
Berry: So without further ado, here's the next oneshot.
Disclaimer: HP belongs to J.K. Rowling; OP belongs to Odacchi~
1.24 Robin and Luffy
Robin smiled a bit as she watched one of her favorite students (Luffy) mumble a bit in his sleep. She giggled when Luffy muttered something about thousand suns which made her think about the unique ship that often appeared in her dreams, along with the smaller ship that had unfortunately been broken beyond repair. She turned a page in her book while she mused over what had happened earlier.
She had found Luffy crouched in front of a mirror after dinner, which surprisingly, he had not turned up to and Ace and Sabo were freaking out over it. Harry and Ron also looked worried and scared while the Headmaster looked thoughtful.
So while everybody was in panic mode (because after all, if Luffy wasn't there eating, that means something very wrong is happening to the boy) the History professor snuck out of the Great Hall and closed her eyes.
Now see here, Robin Nico, since she was very young, had a strange magic that helped her a lot throughout the years. Or rather, a magic she had gained and perfected over the years. She never told anybody about this strange magic she had except her deceased mother and best friend. She hadn't even told Dumbledore, knowing that no matter how kind he is and no matter how much he looked out for everybody, she knew that he held a scheming side that she didn't trust.
Her magic held roots from her dreams...or perhaps she should call them memories? Robin doubted that they were simply just dreams, considering how Luffy mentioned a few times about a dream where he was a pirate in a world that was practically covered by oceans. A dream that she herself had dreamed about...where she was a pirate who was saved by her beloved straw hat wearing captain.
"Ojos Fluer." Her eyes opened and looked around the castle. She could see a curious house elf stare before it cried out in shock. Elsewhere, she saw a ghost yawning as it floated through a wall. Up on the third floor, she stared at the three-head dog who was snoring. After a dozen other places that she couldn't really care much about, she found Luffy sitting in front of a mirror, his eyes dazed and saddening that contrasted with the happy smile that played on his lips.
A small smile came to her lips, though she was rather confused about what Luffy was doing and how it was so important, important enough to make the boy miss his precious meal time. Within nearly every inch of the castle (except the Great Hall, she really did not want anybody to know about this magic) her eyes closed before they opened again and she saw the entrance of the Great Hall to the side. And then she went on her way to get Luffy.
But when she found him, he had not even noticed her. He was still staring at the mirror. It was no wonder Robin immediately distrusted it and she made extra care to made sure that she did not look into the mirror and she went up to Luffy.
Either the boy didn't hear her or he just simply didn't care for he made no movements. He just sat there.
Robin sighed before reach over and rested a hand on his shoulder, snapping the boy out of his daze and looked up, doe-eyed at Robin. "...R-Robin...?" His voice was small, smaller than she ever heard and before she could say anything, the boy smiled. "Hey...you're here on this side too..." He muttered before he looked back to the mirror. "You're in there too..."
The young woman didn't know what to make of that. "Luffy, you're missing dinner."
"I'm not hungry."
Now that was interesting. And a bit terrifying. The boy was always hungry. She knew that he often snuck out of class to go to the kitchen with his two brothers. So hearing that he wasn't hungry...it was rather...shocking.
Robin knelt down. "Why not?"
"...I don't know...I just don't." The boy muttered. "Ne...Robin...where do you think everybody is...? Some are still missing. I miss them. I want to see them." The young boy closed his eyes. "I wonder if they miss us. I wonder if they're looking for us." He muttered before he sprawled on the floor, now looking up at the ceiling. "Will I ever find them?" He whispered.
The older woman was silent before she was brought out of her confused state of mind when a small snore was heard. She looked at Luffy to see that the boy had somehow fell asleep. A small smile once again graced her lips before she took out her wand and muttered a spell. A large clothe, like blankets, covered the mirror and she watched as the glass disappeared under the covers. Then she turned back to Luffy and reached over. She propped him on his butt and placed his legs over her right arm before holding on his back securely with her left.
Standing up, she carried the young boy in what many would call a princess hold.
Thank goodness the boy was asleep. He wouldn't really like to look weak.
Then she took the boy to her small office/bedroom that she had been given as she was a professor. There was another office next door to her that was occupied by the new hospital wing intern.
There, she sat on her bed and rested the boy there. His head was on her lap and he clutched on her clothes, much like a child would do with his mother. She smiled warmly at Luffy who only mumbled again before his own small smile appeared.
...Now that she thought of it...perhaps she should tell Ace and Sabo where Luffy is now...
Kura: ...I have no idea what I was writing here...and don't ask about the title. I had no idea what to name this, kay?
Berry: Now, you all may have different questions. Like we said earlier, you may interpret this any way you want and we'll have our own ideas. We might place these ideas in later. See how we gave Robin's her devil fruit powers? You can think of it as it's because her magical core is strange or whatever or because of the dreams she had since she was young about the OP world, she may have tried to regain that ability by research and practice.
Kura: Meanwhile, we'll do something similar with everybody else. Ace and Sabo will have a bit of an affinity over fire. Marco (we WILL put him in cause he's that awesome) has a sort of kinship with phoenix's, up to the point that even Fawkes likes Marco better than Dumbledore...maybe...and Luffy, even when he gets older, will be much more flexible than any women or men out there. Law has a weird obsession about dissecting stuff, Sanji...well, he'll be flexible like Luffy (I mean come on! Have you seen the way he fights!? How he lifts his legs in a perfect vertical line!?) but not as much though (sadly) and Shirahoshi (yes I am putting her in and no, I am not having any pairings for Luffy so LuffyxShirahoshi is out) will probably be able to talk to fishes and mermaid like how Luffy can talk and hear anything.
Berry: We might take some things out or put some things in. Depending of what happens.
Berry: If you have any suggestions about things or feel like something would be better than what we have, just say it and we'll think about it :)
Kura: Please do! Thanks for reading! :D Oh, and in case if you're wondering, I like the almost mother-son relationship that Robin and Luffy can have, Of course, it's not really, more like older sister and little brother but still. I love the family love they have. It's so adorable! XD Oh, please do leave a review telling me what you think and any suggestions you may have! BYES!