The Final Horcrux

The Battle of Hogwarts is over, Voldmort is gone … or is he? As Harry, Ron and Hermione go to complete their seventh year at Hogwarts, Harry's scar begins to pain again. They missed an unknown Horcrux, one Albus Dumbledore didn't take into account. Voldemort is building up power every second, and the trio go on the biggest and most dangerous journey yet to discover the final Horcrux. In addition to this, on their travels, they meet another tree people searching for the same thing. One of the girls has red hair and hazel eyes, she is Lucy Lily Evans, Harry's twin. The six team up alone to face a battle that will go down in history against magics worst enemy. Will they succeed?
Both the Muggle and the wizarding world hang in the balance, only the known is safe, and only the known is tolerable. The fate of magic is in their hands.
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 "Myrtle?" Harry called as they entered the girls bathroom, ignoring the useless, tatty out-of-order sign.

 "I'm not going in there!" Daniel objected mulishly.

 "Suck it up and go in!" mumbled Ron, holding the door open to welcome him in. Daniel entered tentatively, his nose high in the air: he had became quite conceited because he was now friends with the famous Harry Potter. 

 "What?!" I sulky voice came from one of the stalls, then a translucent girl drifted out, wailing miserably. 

  "I don't mean to offend you or anything, but... do you contain a piece of Voldemort's soul?" Harry shot at her accusingly.

 "No! I think you'd know by now if I did!" she shrieked despairingly, hiding in the toilet again.

 "She isn't it," confirmed Harry, not meeting Lucy's eyes.

 "My visions must have been wrong," prompted Lucy, seemingly not bothered by this contradict.

 Harry didn't reply.

 Later he lay in his four poster bed and thought about what had happened. There was two possibilities: that Voldemort had sent Lucy a false vision on purpose (which couldn't be true because why wouldn't he send it to Harry also?); or that Lucy had lied about having the vision and she knew what the real Horcrux was. Harry refused to believe the second one, but didn't think the first one possible either. Lucy wouldn't betray him like that. 

 The next day during break, Harry took a stroll with Lucy because he wanted to discuss the matter.

 "Do you think Voldemort sent you that vision to confuse you of the true Horcrux?" he contradicted aloud, gaping at the floor in anxiety. When Lucy didn't answer, he glanced up to she that her liquid hazel eyes and turned to stone: grey and frozen solid.

 "I am the final Horcrux!" she said in a raspy voice much like Voldemort's. "I shall take over the wizarding world!" Suddenly Lucy fell over in a coughing fit, and when the got up her eyes were flowing and hazel again. "What happened?" she said.

 "I have to go," Harry stammered.

 Lucy hadn't betrayed him. Lucy hadn't gone to the Dark Side of her own accord.

 She had been possessed.

 She was the final Horcrux.

 And Harry had to kill her.


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