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Sarah let out a light chuckle as she watched a nervous-looking Hufflepuff flounder for the right words. Having been raised the way she had, as a Pure-Blood, she was unaccustomed to people being nervous around her; she knew the new addition of the green and silver tie wrapped loosely around her neck would have the same effect as her name. She found the over-the-top stereotypes rather humorous, having been in the school for such a short period of time and already be labelled as intimidating. Anyone who really knew her (which frankly could be counted on one hand) knew that she was about as far from intimidating as they come. 

Sarah let out a deep breath as she entered the classroom. Finally away from the bustling corridors she was so unaccustomed to, she had spent the past fifteen minutes trying to find somewhere quiet so she could hear herself think properly. Despite the noise and somewhat uncomfortable lack of familiarity of the place, Sarah couldn’t help but find that she was overly excited. The overwhelming weight that’d sat uncomfortably on her chest for the past six years since her mother had passed seemed to have miraculously lifted. She’d never before been away from her father or the Lightwood Manor for longer than a few hours, and the foreign sense of freedom cycling her body was welcomed with open-arms. 

She glanced up at the sound of the door opening, partially annoyed that her peace and quiet had been interrupted so early, but mostly hoping that’d it be someone nice who she could actually become friends with.

After all this time? Always.

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Horace peeks in the door "well so much for peace and quite i guess" he sighs as he walks in well dressed in his black robe and looks around for a quite corner. 
He never liked to be in the spotlight. He was more than happy to be left alone in a corner reading a book. But all his life he was always in the spotlight as his parents were the stereotypical rich slytherin parents who liked to boast about his abilities and tell him to do some spells in front of their friends like he was an entertainer or something. His parents got really annoyed when he wasn't sorted into slytherin they even thought it was a joke but he didn't actually mind what house he got he was happy to be a slytherin or a ravenclaw as long as he is a hogwarts student. He was actually quite skilled and accurate with his spells maybe for the countless nights he spent reading spell books or maybe because his parents had a private tutor whatever the reason he never liked to boast about it or use it to show off. He was always looking a lonely corner for himself wherever he went.

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Sarah sat quietly for a few moments, simply looking at the boy who’d just entered. Ravenclaw. That was good, she couldn’t deal with more people like the Hufflepuff who had been scared of her just because of the colour of her tie. Hopefully the Ravenclaw was smart enough to realise she wasn’t a threat to him. She sat, looking him up and down, assessing him silently before speaking. He appeared to be here for the same reason as here- for peace and quiet. At least she knew she wasn’t the only person slightly awe-struck and overwhelmed with the entire ‘Hogwarts’ thing.

Eventually she shifted slightly on the table she was perched on in an attempt to get the Ravenclaw’s attention. A small, friendly small settled on her lips and she learnt her elbows on her knees in her crossed leg positions. “Hello, I’m Sarah,” she said with a kind smile. “I’m assuming you’re here for the same reason as me,” she added with a soft chuckle as she let out a small, dated sigh. “A bit of peace and quiet.”

After all this time? Always.

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Horace looked around the classroom which was filled with students unable to see a vacant seat which he would like he was gonna leave when a girl introduces herself he wasn't really in the mood to find new friends right now but its better than roaming in the hallways. He sat next to her and smiled "I am Horace.......Horace Vargas!" he had the habit of adding in his family name whenever he introduced himself as his parents taught him to always do that and actually being a Vargas often helps him get some leverage in the conversation. He then noticed Sarah ,as she introduced herself, was a Slytherin. Unlike others this was no shock for him his whole family was full of Slytherins in fact he was the only non-Slytherin Vargas. "Yep i peace and quite but its almost impossible when you are in a magical castle filled with witches and wizards..........and ghosts of course" he continued as he settled in his seat with his spell books. He just relaxed in his seat as he started reading his book. "So a Slytherin looking for a quite corner either everyone is just scared of you or you are really sad that you got sorted into Slytherin huh?" he asked with a soft chuckle as he looked up an then again went to continue reading.