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OoOoO Chapter 1 - Out of the Ordinary OoOoO

It was the beginning of another blissfully mundane day.

Nothing new or exciting to foreshadow the hell of emotions Harry would later go through when he walked out of the newly built Grimmauld Place with several ministry letters in his hands, and a piece of toast caught between his teeth.

He caught sight of a not-so-inconspicuous reporter flashing a camera from the other side of the street, but Harry paid him no mind. It was four months after the fall of Voldemort, and people still mobbed Harry as their 'hero' and 'savior'.

Hermione had told Harry the fame and lack of privacy wouldn't go away for awhile, if not ever, but Harry had been genuinely disappointed when Hermione had been right, yet again. Harry couldn't go to the ministry, Hogwarts, or even a step out of his own home, without being stopped at least five times in the street by various witches and wizards wanting to congratulate him. To ask his opinion. To apologize for doubting him a few years back. To shake his hand. To make sure he knew how proud of him they all were.

When Harry had rebuilt Grimmauld Place, he had also bought out the rest of the muggle buildings on the each side of his home, effectively purchasing the entirety of the muggle block. Now no muggles could accidently either get caught up in Magical London, or witness the people that now seemed to stalk him every minute of every day.

It was exhausting.

So Harry ignored the now usual displays of flashing photos and focused on the several pale sheets of parchment between his fingers with tight lips. Poor Neville, Harry thought to himself as he read the last line of the letter from St. Mungos. I ought to stop by afterwards, and see if he's okay. It wasn't everyday someone's parents died.

Not that Neville had ever really had a proper relationship with them, true, but they were still his parents.

Harry reread the letter, committing the words to memory. "No dark magic signatures or evidence of foul play were found." It was too soon for an autopsy as they had died early this morning, but Harry figured that it was a good start. "Were observed only hours before, for midnight vitals, and attached rolls are copies of normal exhibited.." Harry skipped a bit, going through medical words and magic he didn't understand, and focused farther down the letter. "...believed that Alice Longbottom was the first to sustain irreversible cessation of circulatory and respiratory functions, which resulted then in heart failure. Frank Longbottom followed his wife's pattern not thirty minutes after while Medical Staff tried to resuscitate Mrs. Longbottom..." Harry looked up and munched on his toast. And then dead. Both. In one night, not an hour apart.

Harry sighed and filed the St. Mungos update and attached paperwork to the back of his stack. Perhaps he'd leave the interview with Kingsley and the Muggle Relations Office early tonight so he could drop by. He knew Hermione would handle most of the important items without him.

His eyes narrowed at the fresh letter in front of him, reading slowly and taking in Azkaban's seal at the top right corner. They had all thought the last of the Death Eaters had been brought to trial or wiped out from the wizarding world. "..Escaped this morning with three others... outside help..." Harry's jaw rotated backwards slowly. Apparently not.

"Mr. Potter! Mr. Potter!" a short male reporter yelled from the side of the road. "Mr Potter! Do you have any comments on the Minister's newest announcement this morning from Azkaban? Are you worried there might be more Death Eaters left? Do you have a plan of action?"

Harry glanced at the darkly robed man. Other reporters revealing themselves from the sides of the road, and from the morning shadows of the buildings, seemed to gather courage from the first, and began shouting at Harry as he walked farther down the otherwise empty street. Ten more yards until the disapparation perimeter, Harry thought to himself.

He really needed to get back to The Magical Zoning Department and work out new restrictions on his dissaperation perimeters for the new Black Family Block.

The crowd mobbed together on all sides of Harry in a complete circle, yelling and shoving the nearest person in a vain attempt to get closer to Harry.

"Mister Pott-"

"-any leads on Lucius Malfoy's escape-"

"-Hogwarts opening again-"

"-muggle policies for new students-"


"Mister Potter, is it true you're being considered for the new head Auror?" the short first reporter yelled out to his left.

"No," Harry answered the question solely. What an absolutely ridiculous notion.


"Sir, do you plan on-"

The air around Harry went dark, like a sunglass lens had blocked the incoming sunlight, and suddenly, the very oxygen around him seemed to get heavier.

Harry looked up, but found nothing in the darkened daylight. Death Eaters was Harry's first thought.

Reporters screamed on instinct, and Harry whirled around, his robes whipping with him to whatever attack this was. His wand was immediately in his hand, up and pointed to the rapidly chilling air.

"Run!" reporters screamed at each other, panic spreading like fire.

"Praesidia invocamus. Fortissimum. Qui iam victi mors, et ita fac iterum," a soft, whispered voice chanted through the darkness. It was almost childlike, but chilling to the bone. It sent shivers down Harry's back and the saliva disappeared from his mouth.

"Harry Potter!" the short reporter from earlier yelled from across the street.

Harry looked up instinctively at the call. The man's eyes locked onto something behind Harry and his mouth dropped open in horror.

Past experiences had forced Harry to understand that expression all too well.

"Run!" he shouted at the man, stepping forwards and throwing himself as fast as he could across the street. "Move! Get up! RUN!"

The smoke-like air around Harry followed him as he ran, and Harry choked in the darkening black. The mist condensed and grew a personality of it's own and gripped his legs, pulling him down, sending Harry heavily to his knees. His pheonix wand slipped from his fingers on impact and rolled away. NO! Harry reached forwards, missed, and landed on his stomach, his fingertips ghosting the edge of the slender wood.

The mist pulled him back sharply against the pavement of the old muggle street as if it sensed the danger it was about to encounter, and Harry's outstretched fingers slid further away. His wand was lost to him in the next moment.

He kicked, trying to free himself, but it was shapeless, and formfitting over Harry's skin. It had him, whatever this mist was, like a cold thick band of steel that wrapped itself around Harry's leg. He could feel it traveling farther up his body, consuming him in the precious seconds between his labored breathing.

Harry looked up desperately for something to hold on to, something to do, only to stare solely into the eyes of the terrified reporter across the street. "Run!" he yelled one last time at the frozen wizard, who's wand was outstretched, but jaw gaping and horrorstruck.

Run, Harry thought as the dark smoke reached over his chest and wrapped itself around his head, blacking out his vision. Run.

Cold chills seeped through his robes and embedded itself into his skin and bones. The blackness pulsated around Harry, drawing him backwards and off his stomach into the air. Harry's glasses slipped off his nose, and the thin wiring tumbled downwards before Harry could catch them back, blinding him even further. Another cold draft pulled him backwards like a python to its prey, and Harry tried to squirm against the current as hard as he could. He tried vainly to grasp anything to hold him down, but the current of air was strong, and it thrust him towards the sky faster than his own Firebolt would, and still, the eerie chant continued.

This isn't right, Harry thought, his mind racing. This wasn't the type of Death Eater magic he'd come to know and recognize. This was... it's different.

Not dark, exactly. But heavy. The echoes of the chanted words boiled in his veins, and tugged at him as if it was apart of him. It seemed to almost call to Harry. To his very soul, like a string to a puppet.

The mist yanked Harry backwards again, faster through the never ending darkness, and further into the chilled skies above him. Vaguely, Harry almost thought he heard someone scream his name. Hermione maybe. Mrs. Weasley?

The child-like voice of the repeated chant deepened into a man's low timber, and it echoed in the blackness before it multiplied into more than one. Several voices, men and women alike, and more joining in at every second. It was a like a choir, and the chanted spell got louder in his ears. The pull got stronger, and Harry felt all the air leave his body as if someone had taken a vacuum to his lungs.

His insides twisted, his bones felt compacted, and a fiery shot of pain flashed across his head, over his scar.

No. No, this wasn't right at all. His scar hadn't hurt him since Voldemort's death. It wasn't possible. He'd seen the murderer fall. The whole school had. Voldemort wasn't-

And the familiar hot flash of burning pain set his scar on fire like a whip to wet skin.

Harry grasped at his head in pain, unable to breath, to move, or even to scream. His stomach heaved. His eyes burned. His chest tightened- and then like he had passed through an invisible barrier, the air suddenly thinned, his ears popped, and his back was slamming against cold concrete.

"Holy shi-" A young man's voice screeched somewhere on Harry's left.

"Jonathan, what are you doing here?" A woman's sharp voice echoed through Harry's ears.

"I-" the young man stammered.

Air forced its way into Harry's chest, and his eyes flew open. His stomach recoiled inside of him, but he sucked in as much air as could through his gagging mouth and heaving chest. White blurry dots, and a familiar black haze of unconsciousness creeped along the sides of his eyes. "Wha-" Harry managed to spit out angrily. The room spun like a toy top, and Harry choked on his words. He closed his eyes forcefully and tried to breathe through his mouth.

He couldn't move to defend himself, he couldn't even breathe right.

Around him, he heard men and women shouting at each other. In anger. Surprise. Anxiety. He recognized those tones, but none of the voices.

"Get Minerva, he just passed through," the first woman shouted at someone.

Professor McGonagall? What- Harry thought in a daze, groggily catching bits and pieces of the shouting around him. Unconsciousness was close.

"-oks like a child!"

"It wasn't like I could chose who came through the-"

"-on't understand, we've kidnapped someone's chi-"

"-didn't I tell you this was a bad idea?" hissed a soft, familiar, female's voice. Who-

"-irius back down here, the portal has to be reclos-" Mrs. Weasley?

"Jonathan, you get to your room this instant! Your father and-" Maybe Tonks?

No. No that can't be right, Tonks was dead. He'd seen the body. Who then- Harry forced his eyes open, trying to raise the hundred pound weights that felt like they were firmly over the catches of his eyes. He fought the drowsiness, blinked rapidly to focus the blurred, spinning world, and concentrated on relearning how to breathe by himself.

A curtain of dark red hair framed by a pale thin face hovered above Harry's vision. He couldn't see the details very clearly, but he could see that it was a woman, middle aged, with laugh lines around the mouth, but deeper aged lines between her brows like she'd been frowning often. She studied him, searching his face with her eyes. Her eyes-

Harry gasped at the woman, and his heart seemed to come to a crashing stop in his chest. Her eyes. His vision might have been blurry, but he could see the color of her eyes perfectly, and they were green. Bright green, like the reflection he saw in himself every morning even under the shadow of her red hair. Red hair.

Pictures hidden in a scrapbook under Harry's bed flashed through his mind. Stones of pressure seemed to crack Harry's ribs. "You-" he spluttered.

That's not-

"Lily, love, is it… did it-" A man's voice came from behind her.

The woman over Harry tipped her head sideways. "James… look at him. He's-"

Harry's mind shut down like blinders at a window. His eyes rolled back, a flash of heat washed over his forehead, and suddenly, Harry saw comforting blackness.

The translation meant "We call upon the strong. The strongest. One who has already defeated Death, and will do so again."