Dumbledore looked unconcerned and casually said, “You are too worried, Filius.”
“Worried?” Flitwick spread his hands in dissatisfaction, “Albus, have you forgotten Sybill’s prophecy?”
“Of course not, but you also know that prophecy is always vague. You have always had a good relationship with Mr. Ollivander and praised his granddaughter several times.”
“Yes, yes, but I have to remind you that Grindelwald is someone that’s just different.”
“I know. No one knows him better than I do,” Dumbledore glanced at a wand in the cupboard, “Oh, I remember this wand. You got it from Webb. After many years, I still remember your amazing silent Full Body Bind Curse.”
“Then you shouldn’t forget that Webb’s father used to be a follower of Grindelwald, Albus.” Professor Flitwick was very dissatisfied with Dumbledore’s behavior of diverting the topic.
“Of course not, Filius,” Dumbledore’s eyes shone, and he smiled faintly at Flitwick, “I’m not worried about this situation, but someone deserves my attention more.”
“Does it have something to do with the things you arranged?”
“Yes, Filius. I have to say, the Flight Spell you cast on the key is very beautiful.”
“Those are just gadgets,” Flitwick waved his hands indifferently and then showed a puzzled expression, “but I don’t understand. Why put the correct key in?”
“We’ll see the result.” Under the glasses, Dumbledore’s eyes were still shining.
Sean and Stephanie were walking back to the hall, and there were not many students in the Great Hall. After dinner, the students at Hogwarts were more willing to play with their classmates in the common room.
Sean glanced at the girl beside him. Although she was already in the third grade, she was obviously a bit shorter than him. Although Sean is very tall, girls in this age group are generally not shorter than boys. She was just too short.
The two stopped and waited for the stairs in front to rotate to the correct position.
At this time, Stephanie finally said, “I’m going to organize a club about wands.”
“Wands?” Sean wondered.
She is Ollivander’s granddaughter, and being interested in wands is normal. But the students have their own wands, and he can’t think of how this club can attract members. Sean felt weird about this club.
The stairs in front were just rotated into place. Stephanie stepped on the steps and then continued to explain, “My grandfather said that the wand chose the wizard, and in the wizard’s life if there are no accidents, the wand will follow the wizard throughout their life.”
“Yes, I think Mr. Ollivander has chosen me a good wand.” Sean smiled slightly.
“That wand is really suitable for you.” The girl glanced at him through her glasses, and Sean wanted to avoid her gaze subconsciously.
“Don’t turn away. That’s why I chose you.” She continued to look directly at Sean.
Sean raised his eyebrows slightly, showing a puzzled look, “With all due respect, I don’t quite understand why?”
“I have Veela blood,” Stephanie explained flatly. “You should know that.”
“I didn’t have much premonition when I saw you for the first time. But yesterday, I was sure that you were indeed special.”
“Special?” Sean carefully recalled his several encounters with her, and he didn’t seem to show anything special.
The two were already standing outside the door of the Ravenclaw common room, and Stephanie took off her glasses to face him.
Leaving the glasses, the girl’s beautiful eyes seemed to have suddenly sucked out the entire starry night as if to attract Sean’s whole eyes. He stared at Stephanie with a little fascination, as if facing a lover he hadn’t seen in a long time.
Sean was shocked and reacted suddenly. He took a step back involuntarily.
Stephanie put the glasses back on, and regretfully, Sean was surprised to find that his obsession with her had disappeared after putting on the glasses.
Seeing his clear expression, Stephanie murmured, “Sure enough.”
“Uh, Miss Ollivander? I don’t quite understand.”
She gave him a deep look, “Your resistance to me is getting stronger and stronger, and it won’t take long before you can look directly at me and talk to me normally, and that’s good.”
Sean showed some enlightened expression, “So, that’s why you chose me?”
“That’s right,” she nodded, “I hope my assistant is a normal person in front of me instead of a maniac that would only look at me the whole time.”
Without waiting for Sean to speak, Stephanie raised her robe and bowed slightly to him, “I’m sorry for taking up so long of your time. I’m just making a suggestion. The club is still under preparation, you can refuse, but I also hope you can think about it during this time.”
After she finished speaking, she pulled the eagle head at the door, and after easily answering the eagle head’s question, she pushed open the door and walked in.
“Good night. I wish you a good dream.” She said to him.
Sean looked at Eagle Head outside the door.
Life at Hogwarts seems to be getting more and more interesting.
The next day. Everyone was looking forward to the next class, and Ravenclaw was going to take three new classes in a row.
Defense Against the Dark Arts, Charms, and Transfiguration Class.
It was a pity for Sean that Quirrell taught the class poorly. Most of the things he did were basically explaining what was already in the books. The only thing that lifted Sean’s mind was Quirrell talking a lot about the ‘improvement magic’ that Nurmengard had learned.
However, the Charms class that followed was much more exciting. After Professor Flitwick showed several wonderful spells, they were casting a Levitating Charm on a feather in the class.
What’s more interesting was that Gryffindor students were also learning with the Ravenclaws.
“Mr. Finnigan! You’ve blown off your fourth feather!” Professor Flitwick said to Seamus, whose face was black, and his hair exploded.
At the same time as Sean smiled, the feathers in front of him were also floating tremblingly in the air. It’s a pity that Hermione on the side was too good at it, and he still didn’t get any extra points for Ravenclaw.
In the afternoon, Sean finally got his most anticipated Transfiguration class.
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