14. Persiantail Common Room
No One's POV
The Persiantails followed Dumbledore through the castle, going down a flight of stairs, but they weren't in the basement or dungeon. They had entered a whole new part of Hogwarts that wasn't there before. Soon approaching a stained glass picture of a bird catching a fish; Dumbledore took out a little brown bird sculpture and blew into it creating a note. When Dumbledore finished playing that note the stained glass glowed and retreated, by lowering into the floor, revealing a tunnel, covered in vines. Dumbledore then turned to the group behind him and held up the little bird he had taken out of his robes. "This" referring to the bird "Is an ocarina. You will all receive one by your head of house, to be able to get through this glass" talking to the wide-eyed children. He then proceeded down the tunnel until the tunnel opened up into a comfortable looking common room, which brought in the feel of the outdoors. "May I present to you, the common room of Persiantail. Now then, its about time I excuse myself. Goodnight!" with that Dumbledore left the room.
Vida had the students gather around her as she and Namir stood in front of them. She then explained the importance of their ocarinas. How they've been magically charmed, which has only been learned and passed down through the Persiantail family. The reason they need one to access their common room is because their founder had a love for music and this was her favorite instrument. But not only for that; you can do different types of magic when you learn how to play, and use it. The main thing to know how to do though was to alert others of danger or to call for help.
After being given their ocarinas, that change upon their experience and growth, and the boxes, that were made specifically for their ocarinas, they change only by their ocarina's owner's personality and likes; the students were then allowed to go to their rooms to rest.