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Illusion |A Marauder's Era FanFiction| ON HOLD

Illusion |A Marauder's Era FanFiction| ON HOLD

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SHUT UP HEATHER By Im-Still-Dreaming Updated Dec 30, 2016

"If you look into a mirror, what do you see?"

Esme Lark, a 4th year Griffindor, is a Metamorphagus, meaning she can alter her appearance. She's been bullied for her oddities since her first year, and since then she's always been living behind a mask. She shifts her appearance all the time, and you can only tell it's her because she has the same haunted, piercing gold eyes. But even those are fake, like everything about her. She's worked so hard to built walls around her to protect herself. But a certain Marauder makes her realize that even those, too, are just an illusion.

Disclaimer: This is obviously a work of FanFiction (if you haven't gathered that already), so everything in this (except my original character(s), belongs to the fabulous J.K. Rowling!

Ocean_Owl Ocean_Owl Mar 31
I had a fish called Little Blue Dude...
                              
                              And yes the fish was blue
kenziepond kenziepond Apr 17
SirEltonHonkeyCatLordOfTigersDukeOfGarfield ... my cat
                              
                              
                              
                              well
I tried to rename myself as a child, I wanted to call myself Rosebell and would ignore anybody who would call me anything else.
Kenadee03 Kenadee03 Apr 18
I had a big pink goldfish named Dora. We had other fish as well, but they kept on disappearing. Dora ate them.
Yeah it was a great book give the author a round of applause
NinjaBacon12 NinjaBacon12 Dec 30, 2016
My first pet was a fish
                              His name was Oscar
                              
                              Oscar was pretty chill. 
                              He died a week after I got him. 
                              
                              I cried at his fishy funeral. 
                              
                              I was an emotional child