Lord Voldemort And The I-Just-Got-Wrecked

Lord Voldemort's perspective of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." Mostly played for laughs. Enjoy!


7. Encounter in the Library

After the event, we went to the library at night, since all the teachers' dorms were under inspection. To both of our surprise, we were intercepted by Severus Snape.

"I know what you have done, Quirrell," said Snape. "You tried to kill Harry earlier today."

"I was... trying a new spell," said Quirrell. "Now, if you'll excuse me, I'll make my exit--"

Just then, Snape grabbed Quirrell by the neck. "That is not a new spell. I know who you are, and I know you mean to steal it. The Stone is hidden in a place that is difficult to penetrate."

Snape strangled Quirrell slightly tighter, and he squealed. Somehow, I am starting to feel his pain. "Severus, I thought--" Quirrell began.

"You don't want me as your enemy, Quirrell," Snape replied coldly.

"I--I don't know what you mean," said Quirrell.

"You know perfectly well what I mean, you little bit of hocus-pocus," said Snape. Just then, we both heard soft footsteps. Snape turned for a moment, and the sound ceased. He turned back, his other hand still strangling us. So annoying. "We'll have a little chat soon, Quirrell. Once you've had time to decide where your loyalties lie."

I know where his loyalties lie. Where Snape's should be.

And in the long run, Severus will be unimportant--that is, until my rebirth. He is still a Death Eater. I will make him pay.

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