“Okay, since Snape’s coming and he’s going to murder me, I’d better get in some serious questions,” Raven said. “Why do you put up with me?”
Prodigy sighed. “Hm... Well, I guess that’s just the sort of friendships I generally tend to make. Where we annoy each other and insult each other but don’t really mean any of it. Plus you’re funny and read all of my stuff even if it’s crap and you gave me a puppy. Though you HAVE TO STOP THINKING LIKE ME. IT’S NOT COOL. No, but really, you’re a halfway decent friend. Kidding, you’re a good friend,” she said with a smile. “Though I probably shouldn’t have said that until I saw what other questions you were going to ask me.”
“Do you ever think people on this site are secretly stalkers?”
“You mean like a fifty year old fat guy posing as a teenage girl stalker? No. No middle aged man could pull off this level of fangirling. But if you mean the hiding behind a bush and watching our every post stalker, then yes. But not secret. They’re just blatantly stalkers.”
“Okay. When and why did you join movellas?”
“I joined last November because I was addicted to reviews and I wanted to spread my stories to get more reviews. It’s as simple as that. I had been reading stories on other sites, so it wasn’t for the reading at that point. Once I realized how great movellas was as a community for writers, my motivation changed entirely. I don’t care about reviews anymore, but I do love the community and I like to read what other people on here have to offer,” Prodigy said.
“What’s your favorite book or series besides HP?” Raven asked.
“You cruel person. Snape will murder you for this.”
Raven simply grinned.
“I think I’d have to go with Eragon (the Inheritance series). But Percy Jackson and the Bartimaeus trilogy are close seconds. My favorite stand alone book would have to be A Separate Peace,” she said. “That was a really mean question.”
“Don’t push it, I could come up with more.”
Prodigy scoffed. “Do your worst.”
“List three reasons why Four is better than Uriah.”
Prodigy flinched. “Fine. Four’s stronger, older and has less fears. And he’s not- Oops, no spoilers, right?”
“Name five reasons why someone would dislike Snape.”
“He’s mean, callous, sarcastic, occasionally cruel, and is way smarter and more awesome than that ‘someone’ will ever be,” Prodigy answered smugly.
“My turn!” DragonSoulJess said. “What if Rod burnt all the people asking the questions that don’t annoy you?”
“I’m sure he will. He’s already on it.”
Rod looked up from burning someone with an innocent grin.
“What if Snape was late so you had to endure the annoying questions for longer?”
“Snape never disappoints.”
“How is Syrah?” she asked.
“Awesome, thanks for asking.”
“Am I being annoying?”
“Who has been the most annoying?”
Prodigy thought for a minute. “I’d have to go with Tricky M.B. simply because she’s asked seven sets of questions.”
“Who has been the least annoying?”
“Zee and the ZORG, without a doubt.”
DragonSoulJess asked, “If you could be one character from PJ/HOO, who would you be?”
“Well, that depends. I’m only on the Lost Hero (long story), but does Leo get a girlfriend? Because I’d be her. If he doesn’t, I’d be Annabeth,” Prodigy said.
“If you could be a Greek god/goddess, who would you be?”
“If you could be a Roman god/goddess, who would you be?”
“I don’t know any Roman.”
“Am I being annoying now?”
“No,” Prodigy said.
“I HAS A QUESTION,” ThatGirlWithASpoon said. “Can you or Snape transfigure me into a dragon?”
“Could we? Certainly. Will we? No.”
At that moment, the metal door shuddered under the weight of a blast. “Reducto!” came the muffled voice on the other side, obviously Snape’s.
“Only time for one more question before Raven gets skewered!” Prodigy said brightly.