“Oh no, I can only move forward one step at a time now that things are happening!” Based on the findings, Jerry developed all of the present analyses. He is unsure if that is true or not.
After all, the Sorting Hat’s classification is based on the wizard’s deepest feelings, and it is evident that he wants to join Gryffindor. Is it possible that Slytherin is where he truly wants to be in his heart?
There is no need to worry about it right now, so forget it. He can only study magic at Hogwarts as a Slytherin because that is the house he has been placed in. He turned to face professor McGonagall who was talking at the podium.
Jerry couldn’t help but sigh once again as he stared at the gloomy, severe, disinterested, and cruel Professor Snape who appeared to be a large bat on the teacher’s long table. Actually, the issue is that the strategy is unable to adapt to the changes.
He no longer has any use for the Gryffindor Quidditch squad he previously created. He can only rethink a Slytherin approach using his head once more. But after giving it some thought, it turns out that becoming a Slytherin is actually not all that horrible.
At least Snape was exceedingly kind to the wizards in his own house despite being rude and mean to those from other houses, particularly Gryffindor.
Additionally, Snape is skilled in all forms of evil magic. He might have the chance to study a much more dangerous dark magic if he can get along with him.
“Harry Potter, Gryffindor!”
After speaking with the Sorting Hat at this precise time, the famous and eagerly anticipated Harry was going to be placed in Gryffindor. The sorting ritual was now formally over.
“I wasn’t expecting you to be placed in Slytherin, Draco. We are truly destined to be together!”
When Jerry regained his sense, he turned to face Draco’s group who were seated far away from him. He quickly approached, squeezed between them, and had a motion in his eyes. He then exuberantly placed his arms over his shoulders.
“Yes, destiny.” Draco’s body instantly froze, and he struggled to smile while his face twitched.
When he watched Jerry being put in Slytherin, he was on the verge of cursing aloud. How someone like Jerry could be put on a courteous and respectable Slytherin?
After the sorting was complete, he still suppressed his rage and moved Goyle and Crabbe away from Jerry due to the fighting prowess on the train, which had made them lose even if it was one against three of them.
It’s not too late for a gentleman to avenge him after ten years. Once he has mastered magic, he must teach him of the repercussions if they offend a Malfoy.
“Draco, it appears like you have a great friendship with him!”
Draco and Jerry were now holding each other when the short-haired girl seated across from him staring at them with surprise.
“No doubt. We became good friends at that time after I met Draco, Goyle, and Crabbe on the train, am I right?” Squinting, Jerry made a small effort to get into Draco and Goyle’s arms.
The three of them shook their bodies simultaneously, as if remembering some unpleasant recollections, and then grudgingly nodded.
“Hello, I’m Jerry Carmen.”
“Pansy Parkinson!” Jerry extended his right hand in the direction of Pansy while removing it from Goyle’s shoulder.
Pansy briefly froze before reaching out and giving Jerry a little shake. The friends Draco is willing to make must be excellent pure-blood family wizards, given his conceit. Why hasn’t he heard of Jerry Carmen’s name before?
“The banquet may now commence!”
Principal Dumbledore, who was seated in the center of the teachers’ long table, slowly rose up at this point and made a loud announcement.
As Dumbledore’s voice faded, Jerry discovered that the empty gold plates in front of him had been replaced by a variety of steaming and delicious treats. Steak, sausages, pork chops, lamb chops, roast beef, roast chicken, etc.
Additionally, the silver goblet contains a variety of drinks, including milk and fruit juice.
“I anticipate spending time in the future learning about this culinary magic.”
Jerry’s eyes lit up as he noticed these delights that had suddenly arrived, and he determined right away to include culinary magic in his quest to learn magic. He can significantly cut down on the amount of time he spends on cooking each day when he returns to the main world after mastering it.
He wouldn’t let them go because. Furthermore, there are those magics that can handle housework.
Jerry didn’t stop moving, planning all the magic he would learn in the future. He could already feel his stomach growling, like other starving wizards.
He wasn’t sure if it was because he was very hungry or because the house elf’s cuisine was so delicious. He finds today’s cuisine to be very tasty.
“Pansy, how are you? I haven’t seen you in a while. I see that you’ve cut your hair short.” Draco moved to Pansy quietly while pretending to speak to her as Jerry was eating.
“Draco, you were the one who noticed it. Is it good?” Pansy’s face turned reddish.
“Eh, it’s quite attractive.” When Jerry caught a glimpse of Draco walking away from him, he smiled to himself and didn’t intervene.
Whether or not Draco is seated next to him doesn’t matter. The impression he desired has already been realized.
“Aargh!” Jerry’s ears suddenly pick up the screams of a young wizard as he finishes eating half a piece of steak.
He noticed the young wizards staring at him in terror as he looked up. When he turned his head in confusion, he noticed a horrifyingly tall ghost with empty eyes and a robe stained with blood sitting next to him.
“Hello! I’m Jerry Carmen, a freshman in Slytherin!” Jerry gave the ghost next to him a friendly nod as he grinned, gracefully set down the knife and fork in his hand, and talked to the ghost.
Jerry caught the ghost’s attention as it turned its head to look at him. He had never before encountered a freshman who wasn’t wary of him. His terrible face had a trace of appreciation.
“You may refer to me as Bloody Baron. I am a ghost from the Slytherin house. We’d love to have you join Slytherin!”
After a little conversation, Jerry resumed peacefully consuming the steak. He won’t be scared by a ghost as an adult, especially if he’s been through life and death and his colleagues have also passed away.
The majority of first-year Slytherins, including some young wizards in the second year, were awestruck by Jerry’s lack of fear as he conversed with the ghost in such a beautiful and composed manner.
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