While listening to the professor, Archer would idly attempt to draw one of the Runes on a spare piece of paper. Not combining them mind you. He liked his limbs where they were. One of the other students asked a question about runes for concealment and protection. Archer's eyes narrowed as he scanned the boy's face, Wait... Was he always here? I could've sworn that desk was empty...Another one, the pink haired girl beside him, asked to be taught some combinations. A sentiment which Archer agreed with wholeheartedly, impatient to try some magic himself. "Yes professor. Can you teach us the combination you used on the roof earlier? I wouldn't mind sleeping under the starry night sky." Archer grinned.
Another kid, a boy that Archer thought he'd seen around the Hufflepuff table asked, some good questions. Great questions in fact. Why can't I think of questions like that? I'd look so smart in front of the others! Quick, think of something to ask! The young Hufflepuff closed his eyes and racked his brain painfully until... "Professor! Do we have to maintain runes? Or is it a cast and forget kind of deal?" Ha! Try that one on for a size...The boy thought proudly, a self-satisfied grin on his face.