Private RPG with Stella Rose
Time: 10:43 AM
Time: 10:43 AM
Tap, tap, tap went Dot's shoes as she tried to walk as fast as she could on the stoned floor of one the unnamed hallways of the magical castle. Her flowing dark brown hair were tied neatly in a half-pony tail design, wrapped in an elastic band the same color as her crisp, ironed uniform with the Gryffindor crest on it. Lips pursed, face set; she was definitely in a hurry.
And she had no reason not to be - she could not miss yet another History of Magic class. She had gotten a big, fat E on her homework assignment paper for the first class, even though all her answers were correct. Why, you might ask? For being only a tad bit late to the class. Hmph. She's been keeping her best attitude since, coming to the class earlier than most students, trying hard, getting all Os (except for the first one). But would the professor forget her first impression? Nope, not at all.
Gripping the leather of her plain, black brown tightly in her hands, she jogged to the end of the hallway, a huff escaping her lips every time her left foot planted on the floor. With tight lips, she glanced at a nearby statue just as she was turning to go round to another corridor when -
She was forced a few steps back before finally her left foot mingled with her right one, causing her to unbalance and fall on her rear end. The impact made her feel a jitter through her weak bones and she vibrated for a moment, before realizing what had happened. She had slammed into someone.
But she couldn't notice that someone just yet. Her mouth twitched with irritation when she saw that when she fell, the side of her book bag ripped and a few of her books fell out. Snorting, she glared at the ground. She was already two minutes late. Why this had to happen?
Slowly, she looked up at the person and noticed a Hufflepuff badge. The yellow badger instantly filled her with displeasure. Even though Dot had been named the second best student of the month, the girl in front of her still belonged to a house which was winning over Gryffindor from two months in a row.
Her voice dripping with annoyance, she muttered loudly, "Can't you just watch where you're going?!"
"When I die, I want free Wi-Fi fitted inside my tombstone, just so people will visit more often."