Gryffindor: Don’t you dare. Don’t you dare do this to me.

Slytherin: I have to do it, it’s for the greater good.

Gryffindor: But you said you loved me….

Slytherin: If saving the greater good meant I have to lose you, I’m willing to sacrifice everything.

Ravenclaw: Are you gonna buy it?

Slytherin: Yep, gimme Boardwalk and put in a hotel.

Gryffindor: *flips board over and points to Slytherin* You’re dead to me.

Sometimes Slytherins can’t deal with people. They won’t enjoy socializing and will be irritated if you try to make them. If you are lucky, you are exempted from that, depending how you treat them and behave during this time.

A Muggle-born in Slytherin

Artemis was gratified to know his harrowing glares and standoffish attitude worked just as well on magical students as non-magical ones (he refused to use the term โ€œMuggle,โ€ even in his thoughts). In the Slytherin dormitory, only one unfortunate youth attempted to approach him.

โ€œNot only is he a Mudblood, but a Yank at that!โ€ a platinum blond boy pretended to mutter to his friends, two stupid-looking boys, as they approached Artemisโ€™s bed. โ€œWhat brings you to our side of the pond anyhow, Fowl? Your daddy get tired of growing corn?โ€

Artemis was unfazed. As school bullying went, heโ€™d receivedโ€”and dealtโ€” worse. What irritated him was his inability to break character and wipe the floor with this whelp.

โ€œWhat?โ€ he asked, cupping a hand around his ear. โ€œIโ€™m sorry, I canโ€™t understand you. Maybe you should take the silver spoon out of your mouth, Malfoy.โ€

Draco Malfoy sneered. โ€œI only sound like this because it makes me gag to talk to you, Fowl. Youโ€™re as foul as your name.โ€

โ€œAnd youโ€™re as obvious as yours.โ€ Artemis took a small object from his suitcase, one of the artifacts heโ€™d stolen from Borgin and Blottโ€™s.

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