Striding through the corridors purposefully, he kept his head down and growled to himself as he ventured back to the Ravenclaw Common Room. It was all his brother's fault. His perfect, popular, deceitful, arrogant, uncaring older brother. Well, Dean could quite frankly go to hell. And take the rest of his stupid House with him. What was so great about Gryffindor anyway? Always stumbling into things without a thought. Adam was surprised that more of them hadn't gotten hurt.
Brushing forcefully by another boy going in the opposite direction, Adam's shoulder collided with his and Adam stumbled a step. Slowing down just enough to look over the new student, he caught sight of a a gold-and-red-striped tie and rolled his eyes. The universe had to be kidding. Turning away, determined to find solace in the Common Room once again, he muttered, "Watch it, Braveheart."
He didn't care what the boy said in return. Adam was done with trying to keep his mind open and eager. If the boy wanted a fight, then he could get one.
On second thought, he hoped it wouldn't come to that.
Last edited by Adam Harringtom on 11th April 2018, 10:31 pm, edited 2 times in total.
STR: 10 AGI: 5 CTRL: 8 STA: 12