The Marauder Stories: Sirius Black

The Marauder Stories: Sirius Black

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"Talking to yourself is one of the first signs of madness, you know."
Hearing him say that yet again made her roll her eyes which only made that smirk on his face turn from that to a grin, "Ah yes, the first of the day!"

Sirius Black was a lot of things -- he was rebellious and intimidating, but also quite witty and funny (or so he'd like to think), he caused more trouble than he would have cared to admit but ironically enough, was clever enough to get by. Not that he would need it. He was a lot of things, but he had everything within arm's reach.

Arianna Riddle was a lot of things herself -- a lot to the point that she ended up attracting unwanted attention from a certain group of troublemakers.

  • arianna
  • ariannariddle
  • black
  • evans
  • firstgen
  • hogwarts
  • humor
  • james
  • jamespotter
  • jily
  • lily
  • lilyevans
  • marauderera
  • marauders
  • peterpettigrew
  • potter
  • remuslupin
  • riddle
  • sirius
  • siriusblack
I'm the youngest of six
                              Eldest is twenty
                              Second is nineteen
                              Third is eighteen
                              Fourth is sixteen
                              Fifth is sixteen
                              I'm fourteen
                              Yes, there are twins in my family, sadly
                              Perfectly and completely identical
                              Sounds cool but gets annoying really quick
                              Dying slowly
PxterParker PxterParker Jul 26
Sirius and everyone could get away with doing spells outside of Hogwarts as they live with witches and wizards that are at age. So as they won't know who cast the spell, pueblos or Half-Life can get away with casting spells
"I'm so proud you're not a squip and therefore have not besmirched our noble name, yet."
is it weird that i touched my chest too when james said that?
                              I try not to be finicky about spelling but this is the first thing people see when they open your book and I wouldn't want that to negatively impact your readership.