The Dark Lord's Apprentice (Chapter 2: Frogs Can Help When Humans Don't)
The Dark Lord's Apprentice (Chapter 2: Frogs Can Help When Humans Don't) the dark lord's apprentice stories
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I'M BACK!! Chapter dos has arrived! People in this chapter are @happyanand, @writernotfound, and @mere_hufflepuff's froggo. I promise that if your character isn't here it'll come soon, I promise. Thanks for being so patient, it means a lot <3

The Dark Lord's Apprentice (Chapter 2: Frogs Can Help When Humans Don't)

Anand

Quidditch.

Quidditch. Anand exceptionally loved Quidditch. The way the broom moved at your one command, the way the wind whooshed past your face, the way the excitement built up in your stomach as the Snitch and the Quaffle and the Bludger missed you by an inch.

Quidditch. Anand exceptionally loved Quidditch. The way the broom moved at your one command, the way the wind whooshed past your face, the way the excitement built up in your stomach as the Snitch and the Quaffle and the Bludger missed you by an inch. So it was unusual when, one dull Monday, after practice, Anand saw a girl making eye contact with him,

motioning for Anand to follow her. "Hey, you're Anand, right?" the girl said. He nodded. She continued, "You know Winifred, don't you?"

motioning for Anand to follow her. "Hey, you're Anand, right?" the girl said. He nodded. She continued, "You know Winifred, don't you?" He nodded again. "Hufflepuff, 16, brown hair and green eyes?" "Yes. That's the one. She went missing."

motioning for Anand to follow her. "Hey, you're Anand, right?" the girl said. He nodded. She continued, "You know Winifred, don't you?" He nodded again. "Hufflepuff, 16, brown hair and green eyes?" "Yes. That's the one. She went missing." Anand's heart skipped a beat. "That's horrible. In Hogwarts?" She nodded grimly, and held

out her hand. "Sophronia." "Anand. Pleasure to meet you," he said slowly. They shook.

out her hand. "Sophronia." "Anand. Pleasure to meet you," he said slowly. They shook. "The teachers aren't doing anything about it, so I'm trying. It's like she never existed," she stared out into the distance, looking like she was thinking. "Where was she seen last?" Anand asked.

out her hand. "Sophronia." "Anand. Pleasure to meet you," he said slowly. They shook. "The teachers aren't doing anything about it, so I'm trying. It's like she never existed," she stared out into the distance, looking like she was thinking. "Where was she seen last?" Anand asked. "She was headed down to the kitchens, with a friend, I think. I don't know who, though."

"Damn, that sucks. We should look for her, help in any way." "Yeah," Sophronia sighed. "She was seen with her frog. I don't know it's name or anything." "Well, shouldn't we start at the kitchens, then?"

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"Croak."

"Croak." "Croak."

"Croak." "Croak." "CROAK."

"Croak." "Croak." "CROAK." "What the-?" The croaking sound echoed over and over again, leaving Sophronia and Anand very confused. They were next to the kitchens, looking around for something, 𝘒𝘯𝘺𝘡𝘩π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨, that they might find that lead to Winifred.

"Croak." "Croak." "CROAK." "What the-?" The croaking sound echoed over and over again, leaving Sophronia and Anand very confused. They were next to the kitchens, looking around for something, 𝘒𝘯𝘺𝘡𝘩π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨, that they might find that lead to Winifred. "What's that?" Anand said, looking perplexed. He tried to

follow the sound, but it seemed to be coming from everywhere.

follow the sound, but it seemed to be coming from everywhere. "It sounds like a frog, so it probably is. What if-?" Sure enough, they looked down and saw a nice green little frog staring back up at them with the most gorgeous little frog eyes.

follow the sound, but it seemed to be coming from everywhere. "It sounds like a frog, so it probably is. What if-?" Sure enough, they looked down and saw a nice green little frog staring back up at them with the most gorgeous little frog eyes. "What if-?" she repeated again. "Eucalyptus?" Croak. "Great, we found Eucalyptus the frog. What does that have

to do with literally anything?"

to do with literally anything?" Sophronia looked at Anand, looking very happy. "She was last seen with her frog, remember?" Realization spread across Anand's face. "Oh! Oh- oh! No wa-"

to do with literally anything?" Sophronia looked at Anand, looking very happy. "She was last seen with her frog, remember?" Realization spread across Anand's face. "Oh! Oh- oh! No wa-" He tripped and hit the ground hard. The world went dizzy for a minute before he sat up. "Are you okay?!" Sophronia asked, clearly worried. "Huh? Oh, I'm fi-" he stopped

again.

again. Right in front of him and Sophronia was a gigantic trapdoor. It was 6 feet wide and was about as long as a door.

again. Right in front of him and Sophronia was a gigantic trapdoor. It was 6 feet wide and was about as long as a door. "I think we got the cause of how Winifred went missing," Anand said, gaping.

again. Right in front of him and Sophronia was a gigantic trapdoor. It was 6 feet wide and was about as long as a door. "I think we got the cause of how Winifred went missing," Anand said, gaping. "Wait- we shouldn't jump to conclusions," Sophronia said, studying the trapdoor. "But it's obvious! Look, her frog is here, and- and so is her bag."

Sophronia appeared to have just noticed a small brown bag, filled to exploding with books and a sketchpad, which had some amazing drawings on them. Anand took it and pulled the sketchpad out; in bright, peeling green words, there was one name: 𝘞π˜ͺ𝘯π˜ͺ𝘧𝘳𝘦π˜₯.

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