Chapter 2

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**Outside of Hogwarts - at the lake**

The Durmstrang ship would be arriving soon for Draco and I. While we waited, we were accompanied by McGonagall and Severus, who both had an open period and time to be sure Draco and I made it onto the Durmstrang ship. It didn't take long for the ship to arrive. When we saw the top part of the ship come out of the water, we started walking more towards the dock. Arriving there, I turned to Severus.

"I know that you're gonna hate this, but honestly, Severus. Keep close eye on Granger. She's the complete opposite of me with her intentions, but she's now your only greatest student. Make good of her, for me" I said, receiving a slight nod from him before he started ushering me towards the ship.

"Ready?" Draco asked me as Severus walked back towards the Hogwarts castle.

I nodded and followed him onto the ship, where we were greeted by Karkaroff, the headmaster of Durmstrang, and Viktor Krum, basically their best student.

"It's a pleasure to have you coming to our school" Krum said to me while Draco and Karkaroff talked. Viktor Krum and I followed behind Draco and Karkaroff, talking our own conversation. "You play quidditch, right? You were the captain for your team?" He asked me.

"I've played for as long as I can remember, and actually, it was Draco and I that captained the team. It was for our house, Slytherin" I replied.

Viktor nodded, and thought for a moment before replying, "I play for the Bulgarian National team, you should try out for it. I've heard you and Draco are great players."

"Perhaps I will" I smiled, and Karkaroff turned around to face the two of us.

"It's going to be a decent trip back to Durmstrang. Viktor, if you could show miss Bane here to the common area on the ship while I talk to Malfoy here" headmaster Karkaroff said.

Viktor nodded and we walked to the common area of the ship while we talked about quidditch. I could tell it was really a passion of his, the way he talked about it. It's basically his entire life. He was very nice, I have to admit. Great energy around him. Surprisingly, for a student attending such a school as Durmstrang, he didn't seem very dark. But of course, we all show different sides of ourselves to different people.

In the common area, Viktor and I sat down near a table, where we spoke of the school. He told me a lot of great things about it, and even told me about how surprised he was to be told he'd be personally helping me around the school my first days. Basically, he'd be showing me around and helping me to find my classes, and main areas of the building. He'd mentioned it's quite large, and that I'll probably be confused the first couple of days.

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