The Many Mishaps in a Grim Reaper's Life's series.
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Ronald Knox's Adventure in Hogwarts.
Ronald Knox was bored beyond belief. He had to work overtime because of Grell Senpai and his crazy antics at evading William. Grell refused to reap a guy named Johnathan Whitehouse, or whatever.
"Ronald! Get in here this instant!" yelled a very angry William. When William had gotten back from being MIA because of Grell, he was always wearing a hat and kept disappearing to somewhere.
Ronald walked in very sulkily because he had no clue why William was yelling at him. He looked at his surroundings and saw Othello was talking to Mr. Spears. What was Othello doing here, he was a geek after all.
"Othello, what are you doing here? Please don't tell me you're in trouble. Am I in trouble?" he questioned.
"You are not in trouble. I just need to know where the heck that imbecile Sutcliff is," William told Ronald.
"Ah ok, thanks, William Senpai, that's just what I needed to hear," he slumped in relief. William just looked at him and Othello was trying hard to stifle his laughter. Just then a blazing light filled the air and something fell to the floor while Ronald Knox and his scythe disappeared.
Both William and Othello looked at each other and groaned. They went to see what had fallen on the floor. When Othello picked it up, William looked at it strangely. It was a stick with intricate carvings on it.
At Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Ronald fell right on top of something. It was weird, was it a rug? Or was it a-
"Argh! Get off! Get off!" a person's muffled voice came from underneath him. Ronald opened his yellow-green eyes and saw black eyes, a hooked nose, and very black hair. Ronald also saw the man was glaring at him.
Ronald quickly rolled off of the man and jumped up. He saw his scythe lying on its side and very swiftly grabbed it and propped it upright. The man who was underneath him rolled over and climbed to his feet. Ronald took a good look at the man he had landed on top of.
The man was tall and he had long black robes that were swirling around him as he moved. He was now glaring right at Ronald. The Grim Reaper gulped and he thought he saw his life flash right before his eyes.
"Who are you? And how in the world did you get here?" the man in black asked with a quiet, but chilling voice. Ronald gulped again because this man reminded him of a certain someone named Sebastian Michaelis, but the man's voice was deeper and older than the butler's.
Snape was just coming out of his office when someone appeared from the ceiling and landed on top of him. He was in a lot of pain. He then saw the eyes and head of the person who landed on top of him.
The person was young and he had thick black glasses, lime/green eyes, and strawberry blond hair with black roots. The young man rolled off of him and stood up and Snape had a chance to see the boy in full. The teen was wearing a black suit and he had a watch, but he was also reaching for - a lawnmower?
"Who are you? And how in the world did you get here?" he questioned the teen. He saw the teen gulp a bit and he looked worried.
"Hullo, um, where am I? And, um, I am Ronald Knox."
The teen proceeded to strike a pose and had two fingers up in a peace sign. Snape was shocked the boy did not know where he was and did not know that he was in a school.
"Well, you are in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. I am a professor here at this school. I am Professor Snape, Mr. Knox." He noticed how the teen did a double take at the name of the school. The teen looked around him and his face went as white as a ghost.
"Now tell me, how did you come here and why exactly do you have a lawnmower that you are clutching for dear life?"
"Um, Senpai Snape, I am not from around here. I am a Grim Reaper and I do not know how I got here. One moment I was going into Senpai William's office then I am here. The lawnmower, as you call it, is my death scythe," he said, like Snape should have known what his scythe was.