After finishing all their homework and having a few random conversations in between, Cali, Bianca, Taryn, Senara, Aurora and Willow finally went to bed.
"Wake up, lazy head, we have to go to breakfast, it's already six in the morning!"
Senara groaned and rolled over in her bed, putting her pillow over her head. Who was trying to wake her up at this ungodly hour of the morning?
"I swear to Merlin Senara, if you don't wake up now, I'll cast aguamenti on you without hesitation." another voice said.
Senara ignored the threat, choosing instead to burrow deeper into her covers. Why were they insisting that she wake up now? Classes only started at 9. That should give them plenty of time to get ready if they got up at 7.
A jet of ice cold water hit her in the back.
Senara jumped out of her bed, glaring at the rest of the girls accusingly.
"You are so dead." she snarled. Then she shot her own aguamenti, hitting Taryn in the face with a jet a water.
A surprised expression stole over Taryn's face before she grinned and did the same to Bianca.
"Team up?'' Cali asked Senara breathlessly while ducking another well cast spell.
Senara nodded and they shook hands. Soon, the girls dormitory was turned into a battlefield, spells shooting in random directions.
"I surrender." Aurora said while, panting, her hands resting on her knees. "I'm tired."
All of the other girls laughed. They had had a huge battle, and now their dormitory was a mess. They were going to have to wait for the house elves to come and clean up the mess.
"Maybe we should go eat breakfast." Bianca said. "You know, since it's already 8:30."
As Bianca said that, the six girls hurriedly jumped up and rushed down to the Great Hall. When they got there, most people were already gone. Actually, the only other Gryffindors were James and his friends. They said hi, slightly teasing the girls for being later than usual.
Aurora started telling the boys about their 'battle', the other girls occasionally butting in when she forgot a detail. At the end of the story, the boys were practically dying of laughter.