The Sugar Quill
Author: Thing1 (Professors' Bookshelf)  Story: Letters  Chapter: Default
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This is the sequel to Of Secret Passages and Pixies.

To: Mr. Sirius Black

From: Mr. Griffin Black

Dad;

First off, Malcolm totally set us up. Total cheek, if you ask me. Mum's letter was worse than the detention, of course. Actually, it was kind of fun to go into the forest with Hagrid, but you should see the dog he's got now. If hell-hounds exist, this thing is one of them. Even Padfoot would give it a wide berth.

Obviously Malcolm, and probably Tarquin, made the cage holding the pixies vanish. We were home free until that happened. I should have known better when Malcolm mentioned that door going into Slytherin. What we can't get over is the fact that they were obviously nearby, but didn't get caught. How unfair is that? At least he hid the door before McGonagall or Malfoy saw it (or we think he did, maybe it just closed when nobody used it) so it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Annie and I are getting teased for starting some sort of pixie liberation movement.

Malcolm had better watch his back. I'm not letting this go. Do you know he sent me a note that said 'Malcolm 1 Griffin 0'?? I've kept it. If we're keeping score, we'll just have to even the points, won't we? I won't dare ask for help, as I know you can't possibly.

Transfiguration is still my best subject, though I don't think I'll mention to Professor McGonagall that I used that little skill to make a box for the pixies after Malcolm did away with the cage they were in. Tell Katie I got a perfect score in potions the other day - she's the best teacher and I wish it were her and not Professor Snape teaching up here, as he is rude to us, even though Harry says he has an odd fondness for Malcolm, despite Malcolm being a Gryffindor. Who here doesn't? Well, that's Malcolm for you. I'm still fond of him despite what he did, but I'm not letting him get away with it.

Try and calm mum down before I get home. Thanks.

Griffin

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. M. Lupin

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Dear Malcolm-

Sirius has just left, and asked that I salute you in an excellent execution of mischief, although we are disappointed none of your pixies made it down to Snape. I have to ask where you got them; Professor Malfoy didn't supply them, did he? No matter. Well done, my little marauder.

However - I would keep on the lookout, though I trust you already are. Griffin and Annie are beside themselves that you set them up so well, and are bent on revenge. You may have an advantage on them with your extra 'assistance' in keeping track of things, but they are rather resourceful, are they not?

I've proofed the essay you sent me, and I have only a few suggestions. I think your intent of becoming an Auror is excellent, and this paper shows that you are definitely on the right track. It's sad we need such things, but thankfully our community takes a much more intent view on the need for 'constant vigilance!' (I'll explain that when you get here for Christmas in a few weeks) after what happened all those years ago with Lord Voldemort. Hermione and Harry, of course, aren't about to let the Ministry slip up again. Forgive me, though, if I wish you a very dull career, my son.

As always, I miss you more than I can say, but I am pleased you are happy and doing well.

Love,

Dad

*****

 

To: Mr. Remus J. Lupin

From: Miss Annie C. Lupin

Dear Daddy-

Hope all is well. I told Zaphod not to disturb you until you woke up, and I hope he didn't. It was so strange to see the full moon last night & not be there in the morning to see you. I hope you were okay, and not too sore.

Malcolm set us up, you know; very unsporting of him. Especially after we'd been' good' for two weeks just as he'd asked. Next year I think I'll give him a Sneekerscope for his birthday then make sure it's constantly going off and annoying him. Honestly, it was our fault, as we did fall for it, but Griffin says we should make him pay. I agree. Mum's letter suggested that she was pretty livid over the whole thing, naturally. You'd think Mummy never did anything like this herself, but I know she's got a few tales to tell. Anyway, we'll work something out.

Too bad you and Sirius are forbidden to offer suggestions. I am getting the impression, the more I hear from Harry, that you weren't exactly sitting here doing nothing but homework yourself, Daddy. (Don't be mad at Harry - he's just been telling Griffin some stories Sirius told him about when he was at Hogwarts, and we know that you were best friends then, too. And Harry's dad, too. We think it all has something to do with Sirius being an Animagus, but nobody's saying anything. Ahem!)

I miss you and Mummy, but it's wonderful to be here. And it's so much fun to be back with Malcolm (despite himself) and Roarke all the time, too. See you at Christmas break! (A month!!) And you are taking care of the ponies, yes?

All my love-

Annie

*****

 

To: Miss Annie Lupin

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Sweetheart-

Well, your mum is, as you correctly ascertained, livid over the pixies incident. I did tell you not to get caught, did I not? But I will let you in on a little secret, if you promise not to tell. Mummy actually laughed considerably over it; we both know her bark is much worse than her bite. But try to act chastened when she brings it up, won't you?

I know you and Griffin are cross with Malcolm, but do be careful and try to lay low for a while. Concentrate on being a good Ravenclaw; all books, no bluster, as Liz likes to describe you lot. (We all know that Liz has a good deal of bluster in her just like you do, though).

Zaphod was well behaved, or was trying to be. Unfortunately, he arrived at the same time as Boinn and according to your mum, settled on one chair too close to the door leading up the backstairs to our room. Boinn bit him on the leg to keep him in line. Grumpy thing she is, but if you recall that owl's actually given Mummy a good nip once or twice for the same crime of 'disturbing me'. I am fine, as always - don't you ever worry about that, Sweetheart.

I miss you very much, but I am so proud of you & I'm thrilled you are enjoying your first year at Hogwarts. Sirius and I are dutifully exercising the ponies everyday, but they obviously miss you and Griffin. Amazing that your little Welsh isn't afraid of me. That makes me very happy, because I feel closer to you when we're out there with 'the beasts' as Sirius still calls them. Amazing that after everything we've been through in our rather colourful lives it's a pair of ponies that make Padfoot nervous. Especially considering some of the Quidditch moves I've caught him teaching Roarke in the meadow. I can't wait to see his expression in a year or two when it's time to get you two full sized horses!

Much love-

Daddy

 

*****

 

To: Mr. R. J. Lupin

From: Mr. M. E. Lupin

Dad,

At the risk of Mum busting a seam, I'll admit I did thoroughly enjoy setting up the youngest in the tribe. Ha!

Griffin is intensely put out. Not just at me, but at Annie as well. Annie had been spending more time with some Ravenclaw named Tobias Greendour. Griff's pretending it doesn't bother him, but let's face it, he's furious. We'd best keep an eye on that.

I'm quite aware that the two youngest in the tribe are furious at me. Serves them right for thinking I was a pushover. I'll do my best to watch them. Roarke seems to be brooding over something, but I'm not sure what. She drives me mad, that one, as ever. Any ideas? I'm just not going to go away, despite what she says. I wish you could see her playing Quidditch, dad; she's really brilliant. Tarquin is just overwhelmed by her natural ability at the game, and is convinced that this year we'll win the cup again.

Annie is doing well, although she needs to work harder on her charms. She's v.good at understanding the purpose behind everything, but needs to focus on her execution. I'd offer to help, but she'd probably bite my head off right now. Ah well.

Thanks for all the editing; I'll write again soon.

I miss you.

Malcolm

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. G. R. Black

From: Mrs. L. Black

Dear Griffin-

Well, how are we doing now? Your father and I miss you very much, despite yourself. And this whole thing with the pixies, really. I wasn't halfway through the first paragraph of McGonagall's letter before I turned to dad and said that Malcolm had set you up. You should be more careful with him, precious. Malcolm has a wicked streak in him a mile wide, he's just very adept at keeping it hidden. Always has been. Remember, I've known the boy since the moment he was born.

I have also, obviously, known you since the day you were born. Daddy and I cried a lot that day, Griffin, but we thought it was from joy. Now I suspect it was from fear. We never really expected to have you, and we certainly never expected to have the adventures you've brought us! Please keep it to a dull roar. Like Katie, I'm going to stick with the 'two owls per head' rule; so that's two for you this semester. One more and I have every right to be cross. Those secret letters you send to Dad make me nervous, but that's your and his business. Keep in mind, though, that he has to live here with me.

Much love -

Mum

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Sirius Black

From: Mr. Griffin Black

Dad-

Thank you, thank you, thank you for my lovely cat. You were right - they are more useful than owls.

Griffin

 

*****

 

To: Mrs. Katie Lupin

From: Miss Roarke Lupin

Mum-

Thanks so much for the gingerbread, it was wonderful!! The rest of the team say thank you, too. We're undefeated so far, and Tarquin is intent on winning the Quidditch cup this year. He's been ranting about how we haven't won since his third year, but Mr. Noyes has a habit of getting worked into a frenzy over tiny things. Amazing he and Malcolm, who is so calm over everything, can be best friends. Oh well. It's snowing something awful up here. We've a match on Saturday and it's going to be bitter cold.

What's it like having Annie and Griffin here now? What can I say. Annie's impossible and I won't even comment about Griffin. Wretched boy - Liz & Sirius should have given him a sibling so he wouldn't be so spoiled. Okay, I'll be fair; Griffin's not spoiled but he's certainly a pain, and I'm stuck in this tower with him. He's really mad at Malcolm (so is Annie) because apparently they think Malcolm had something to do with that whole mess over the pixies Griffin and Annie were caught letting go. Malcolm probably did, but he just gives me that weird smile that looks just like Dad when I ask him.

Griffin's up to something, but I can't quite figure what. I think Malcolm better keep an eye out, though. Here's another weird thing: Griffin's cat seems to materialize in odd places, and I always feel like it's watching and understanding everything that's going on. No wonder Dad doesn't like cats. Anyway, Malcolm suggested, in that annoying vague way of his, that I keep in the cat's good graces, but didn't elaborate on the subject. Is there something special about cats I don't know? The other day Griffin was almost caught sneaking down to the kitchens, but Rhys showed up all of a sudden and distracted Professor Snape, who was coming down the opposite hall. Griffin managed to get back to the tower without getting caught, and suggested the cat be canonized.

See you at Christmas.

Love,

Roarke

P.S.; What's the best way to get newts to boil down? I keep turning mine into paste and Professor Snape is getting really nasty about it.

 

 

*****

To: Mr. Malcolm Lupin

From: Mrs. Remus Lupin

Number One-

You have been busy, haven't you? You are a puzzle to us, son; good as gold and as dangerous as any marauder worth his salt. What are we to do with you? Promise me you didn't catch the pixies. Really, lie to me i9f you have to and tell me Draco did that it. Do you have any idea the sort of things you can catch from pixies?

What do you think of Griffin's cat? I had suspected that Sirius had got his hands on a guardian for Griffin, and Roarke's last letter confirms it. It's a pity your father hates the things, as I wouldn't have minded such a useful ally myself. Has Griffin figured out yet exactly why the cat is so special?

It has started to snow here as well. I can't wait until the three of you get home and we all go to get a Christmas tree. Say hello to Tarquin and Storry for me. Will we be seeing Storry anytime over the holidays? She's always welcome, you know. (I'm not being some boring pushy mum, Malcolm - I like Storry. I don't give a toss about any 'future ideas' you may have, as Dad puts it. Ignore him, and enjoy being 17.)

Love,

Mum

*****

 

 

To: Mrs. K. D. Lupin

From: Mr. M. E. Lupin

Mum-

You, pushy? Please - I'd drop over dead on the spot if you ever got demanding over anything other than making sure we had a jacket on when it was raining. (Smile, mum, smile). Storry will join us for New Years, okay? And since I am 17, thank you, I have no 'future ideas'; none like that anyway. Has dad suddenly gone stodgy? I doubt it. Tarquin sends a big 'how do', and looks forward to being with us on New Year's too.

I don't think Griffin yet grasps just how special Rhys is, or he would have certainly started using him more extensively in his mischief making. He figures that it was 'lucky chance' that Rhys 'followed him' out of the Tower last week and alerted him to the fact that Professor Snape was on his way up the other hallway. Not that Snape is an 'enemy' to be exact, but certainly Griffin would have been in trouble had he been caught.

I can't help but think it is very quiet there now, with all of us up here. Of course, you and dad now have the entire place to yourselves, so it can't be all bad!

We'll be there to ruin your romantic solitude in about a month.

Love,

Malcolm

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Remus Lupin

From: Mr. Griffin Black

Remus -

We've just lost to Hufflepuff today. Roarke and Tarquin look like they're going to fall over dead, which seems a bit over-dramatic for a game. Malcolm has given up on cheering them up, it's that bad.

Thanks for looking after the ponies. I can't imagine why Dad is such a weed about them, really. Can I ask a question? Annie and I are sort of stuck on ideas for getting Malcolm back over the whole stupid pixie thing. He seems to know where we are all the time anyway! I suppose you and Dad are still bound by mum's promise not to 'facilitate mischief' up here? Anything??

Griffin

*****

 

To: Mr. G. Black

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Dear Griffin-

Correct. My wife and your mother's policy on my and your father's involvement in anything besides offering good fatherly advice and homework suggestions remains intact. In fact, as you and Annie left this year, the vow was renewed. And Sirius and I promised, again, never to tell you, Annie, Roarke or Malcolm anything that they would construe as 'dangerous information'.

Sorry to hear Gryffindor lost, but that's the only game this year, right? Perhaps you might mention to Tarquin that in my day it was the tradition of our captain to do something to any Quidditch team who defeated us to remind them not to get to taken away by the victory.

Love,

Remus

 

*****

 

To: Miss Annie Lupin

From: Mr. Sirius Black

Dear Annie-

Please let me know that the boy understood Remus' intent - and tell Malcolm I haven't had a letter from him in three weeks, and am pining.

All my love,

Sirius

 

 

*****

To: Mr. Sirius Black

From: Miss Annie C. Lupin

Sirius-

Message received loud and clear. Malcolm should contact you shortly, and Tarquin is finally smiling again.

Love A.

*****

 

To: Mr. S. Black

From: Mr. M. E. Lupin

Sirius-

Sorry I've been so busy & haven't written in a few weeks. How are things there? The snow has arrived here early, and it's freezing. Tarquin and Roarke come back from Quidditch bright red and frozen to the touch. I opted to take a more 'protected' route to Hogsmead last weekend, rather than risk freezing to death on foot.. Here's a laugh for you- in the Three Broomsticks some third years were sitting next to us, avidly discussing exactly what type of ghost haunted the Shack. Good thing none of them are Roarke's friends, because you know how angry she gets over anything she perceives as 'hurting' dad. I pointed out to her the first time she saw the place that it did keep him safe, but as you know that was one of the rare times I've see our little firecracker cry. So we avoid the subject. Luckily she was off somewhere, so no broken noses for this lot.

Quick question I won't risk sending where my mother can see it., as she may classify it under 'dangerous ideas'. Is there any particular trick you are aware of for keeping a flooding charm in check? Just curious.

Looking forward to seeing you at Christmas! Give my love to Liz, too-

Malcolm

 

*****

To: Miss A. Lupin

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Sweetheart -

I've been thinking about your problems.

I think you should concentrate on perfecting charms that work against the people who cast them at you. In my experience, people tend to be rather taken by surprise when their own spells seem to 'cling' to them. 'The best offence is a good defence' you know. Ask Malcolm to help you. I think you'll enjoy the results.

Love,

Daddy

 

*****

 

To: Miss R. Lupin

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Firecracker-

How's my little doppelganger doing? I heard you lost to Hufflepuff in the last game of the semester for Gryffindor. No matter, Roarke - I think you'll still make the cup this year!

Don't mind Annie and Griffin too, much. They are still mad at Malcolm, and I think they're up to something. Just stay clear, as always, and work on your own things. When you get home, you and I will spend some time by ourselves; Ron can get us some very good seats to the Cannons. Would you like that? Let me know soon.

Don't work too hard, firecracker.

Love,

Daddy

 

*****

To: Mr. Sirius Black

From: Mr. Griffin Black

Dad;

Annie is 'working on her charms'. Tarquin told me yesterday that the Hufflepuffs aren't going to get away with beating us! Brilliant! We've got a plan. I can't imagine Tarquin doing anything without Malcolm, so we're set.

Ha! Massive unofficial thanks to Moony & Padfoot. May their legend grow!

Griffin

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Remus Lupin

From: Miss Roarke Lupin

Dad-

We did werewolves in Defence today. You would have laughed at the really stupid questions people asked. I am constantly amazed at how ignorant people can be.

Annie is still fretting about charms, silly thing. She's convinced Malcolm to help her, though, so he's been dutifully spending time with her in the afternoons letting her charm him. I think Malcolm might be taking a bit of a risk with that, seeing as how Griffin is still mumbling about the pixies. But Malcolm says not to be such a worry-wart. Fine - I'm not the one they're after.

I love you very much and can't wait to see you & mum at the Christmas break

Roarke

P.S.; Can we go up to London again this year? I really want to see the new brooms (not that I need a new one, I just want to have a look). And it would be fun to have lunch at that really posh spot Granddad used to take us to. Malcolm & Annie think so too.

P.P.S.; I'd love to go see the Cannons with you!

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Griffin Black

From: Mr. Sirius Black

Son-

Whatever you and Annie are planning on, please take this one piece of advice. You can't leave your dorms. Understand? Whatever you do, don't get caught outside your dorms. No loosing house points, no detentions. Your victory will be sweeter for it. Find a way to create 'long distance' mischief. I know you can do it.

Got it?

Love,

Dad

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. S. Black

From: Mr. R. Lupin

Padfoot -

I was just talking to Katie, and we may have an issue. Get word to Griffin that he needs to make sure that Rhys stays in the dorms too. Malcolm has figured out that you gave the boy a guardian, and he will be very suspicious if he sees the cat roaming about. I've no idea what they're planning, but it can't involve the cat.

Moony

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Lupin

From: Ms. M. McGonagall

This is to inform you that Mr. Malcolm Lupin has lost 25 points for Gryffindor and been given detention for being out of bounds after curfew and flooding the front hall of Hogwarts. He and Mr. Tarquin Noyes will be serving this detention together. As you are aware this sort of behaviour is not condoned at Hogwarts.

Minerva McGonagall

Headmistress

-

Remus, I have no idea what was going on, but I suspect it had something to do with the Hufflepuff victory over Gryffindor a few weeks ago. They cast some sort of flood spell which did not go as indented. Suspicious, considering both Malcolm's and Tarquin's talent at this sort of thing. But no one else was caught.

A Merry Christmas to you both.

M.

 

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Malcolm Lupin

From: Mrs. Remus Lupin

Well, we had a deal. Two owls per head per semester. Last night's made number three for you, my sweet. And what an owl.

I love you in spite of yourself, idiot boy.

Mum

*****

 

To: Mr. Griffin Black

From: Mr. Harry Potter

Griffin -

Your dad & Remus are beside themselves waiting for details of whatever you & Annie did. Please write to me, however, as their mail is not 'secured'. Ginny's gone for a few days to stay with Hermione, as she has a bad cold and the twins need an eye kept on them. So my mail is secure. Write v. soon.

Harry

 

*****

 

To: Mr. Harry Potter

From: Mr. Griffin Black

Harry, Remus & Dad -

It was brilliant, really, what else can I say? Remus, I think the actual idea for flooding the Hufflepuff dorm was Tarquin's, since he did take to heart your suggestion that the responsibility for revenge was his as captain of the team. We actually didn't know that's what they were intending to do, of course, but we could hardly have dared to dream of a better situation ourselves.

Annie's game of getting Malcolm to let her charm him was great. She needed the practice, anyway, and Malcolm was more than happy to help. You still need to tell us why it was important we think of something where we didn't have to leave the dorm. I would have thought that in Hogwarts you couldn't do any tracking charms. And anyway, if they did, wouldn't we always be caught? Or is it that Malcolm can see us somehow? It doesn't matter; I found a charm to do the job. It's called the "Inhaero" charm; it makes whatever spell is cast stick to whoever casts it. Brilliant, right? And it sticks to whoever it's cast on until they cast their next charm. The book said it's pretty basic and can be easily blocked, but if you aren't looking for it, how can you block it? Thanks for the hint, Remus.

So Annie made Malcolm promise he'd help her that night with her charms right up until curfew. I tagged along to get some extra 'practice' myself, but we decided we should both charm him to make sure it was strong enough to work. Just as he was leaving, we cast the spell when he wasn't paying attention. We were lucky to have pulled that off, really, since Malcolm is always paying attention. Happily, he was obviously more intent on getting back here to the Tower and collecting Tarquin so they could do what they were going to do to the Hufflepuffs.

Apparently they were so startled that the spell clung to them it took them a while to get their wits about them and stop the flow of water. By then, however, it had flooded the corridor, run down the main staircase, and covered the entry in about an inch of water. Then, of course, it started to run down the stairs to the Slytherin and Ravenclaw dorms. All hell heck (sorry, Dad) broke loose at that point. The whole school was out there to see what was going on. Peeves was sailing about and laughing at the top of his lungs, and was in fact the one who turned in Malcolm & Tarquin. Of course, the fact that they were soaked sort of made them stand out in the crowd.

Malcolm gave me a deadly look at breakfast, but I don't care. I snuck into his room before lunch and wrote 'tied' in Zonko's glowing ink all over his pillows. Good luck getting that out any time soon.

See you soon!

Griffin

*****

To: Katie

From Liz

K.-

They're up to their necks in whatever is going on up there. I came home from work to find them here with Harry and all three were in hysterics over something. They shut up the instant I walked in, however. Sirius claimed 'paternal privilege' and refused to show me a dangerously long letter from Griffin, then practically ran out of the house with Remus and Harry.

I know that damn map of theirs must be at that school with one of them; I just pray it's Malcolm. Can you imagine young Mr. Black with such an insanely dangerous toy? Even his doting father wouldn't do that, I know. We know it can't be Roarke, or you would have heard about it. Griffin has been totally frustrated that Malcolm always seems to know exactly where he is, so I suspect it is Malcolm who has that particular family heirloom. Still, Annie & Griffin have managed to get the better of Malcolm, somehow, and they couldn't have done it without help from the outside, I think. We knew that once the whole troupe was up there it would be too much to hope that Remus and Sirius could bear to keep out of it. They are, I suspect, diligently keeping to the letter of the law, but wilfully ignoring the spirit of the law, just as we predicted. So your wording of "I promise not to say anything directly" was the right choice. I would never have dreamed of making Sirius and Remus promise something that would break their hearts.

Anyway, as long as you and I never openly laugh over all of this in front of them, we can keep our own secrets intact. However, I am going to get to the bottom of this, as I don't for a minute want them to think I'm getting soft. See you next week & do let me know what Mr. Lupin has to say for himself.

Yours in silent conspiracy-

L.

*****

To: Miss Annie Lupin

From: Mrs. Remus Lupin

Number Three -

Daddy & I had a very interesting conversation last night. I am so pleased to hear that you are doing so much better with charms.

As much as I wish all three of you would stay young forever, I find that I am starting to daydream more and more about when you grow up and have children of your own. It's amazing, really, to watch their personalities take shape, and even change over time. Here Daddy and I always thought that Roarke was going to be the one to watch diligently, but in fact that is not the case, is it?

Do say hello to Griffin for me, won't you? Now that you are even with Malcolm, hopefully you can both refocus all that nervous energy on your end of semester work, so we can have more time to talk over the holidays.

Love,

Mummy

*****

To: Mr. Malcolm Lupin

From: Mrs. Remus Lupin

Malcolm-

Your father wants to confess a few things to you when you get home. I suspect you'll want to speak with Sirius as well. We will talk about this after Christmas.

Mummy

 

*****

To: Mr. G. Black

From: Mrs. L. Black

Griffin -

If you think for one minute, young man, that I don't know that whatever happened to Malcolm and Tarquin can be directly linked to you and Annie, I am hurt that you consider me such a fool. Your imp of a father finally suggested over breakfast that maybe he and Remus might know something about it, although Katie and I had already figured that part out. Pixie payback, was it? Fine. You are even, and that had better be the last of it.

You and your father may want to discuss exactly how much of my good will you are wiling to burn through this year. You've still got six years after this. We will discuss it when we get you back here for the break. Goodness, young Mr. Black - I thought you kept me up a night when I had you in sight!

I love you, despite how you test my resolve to do so.

Mum

 

*****

To: Mr. Sirius Black

From: Mr. Griffin Black

It was worth whatever she's going to do to us. See you in three days.

Love,

Griffin

 

Continued in Waterloo...

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