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Chapter 3 - Slightly Afraid of Toil Will never cared much for getting changed prior to Quidditch matches He understood the reason behind the show of unity as mandated by his team captain but it always seemed like a very large very visual reminder of his reserve status There was only so much he could contribute to the House effort from the sidelines and being in team garb only amplified his anxieties They hadnt won the Quidditch cup for quite some time let alone a succession of matches and he didnt want to face another year of Dont worry were only playing Hufflepuff and After we flatten Hufflepuff The thought made him grouchy as well as desirous to make good use of the Hair-loss Hex on the naysayers But a rather nice thing had happened not long before this Saturday morning nice enough to distract him even from the importance of the impending match Perhaps this once he was better off without the responsibility of defending his house on the pitch Tension and excitement were seeping into the locker room from the outside air but Will gave a small lopsided grin as he strapped on his shinpads remembering the evening prior He had just stopped by the dormitory to deposit his books after classes on Friday wanting nothing more than to tuck in to dinner He had been about to pass through the sparsely populated Common Room when the unexpected sight of Abby Loomis alone and reading on a sofa greeted his eyes His friends loud annoying voices began to echo in his head replaying their recent dinnertime conversation He hadnt given Owens idea much attention at the time - filing it away under the categories of yeah right no way and not bloody likely - but now it seemed as if a band of Cornish pixies had joined together to form the words NOWS YOUR CHANCE STUPID in gigantic blue letters over
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