HP next gen: The Chess club might’ve not been the most popular one, but it surely got everyone’s attention once they decided to reenact the famous Ron Weasley match in all its glory, transfiguring Dining Hall chairs into human-sized chess pieces and taking the remaining places themselves. Three explosions and five broken arms later Headmistress Mcgonagall announced that this has been a draw, rewarded all the participants with 5 points each, and then sent them all to detention.
It’s true what they say about the Forbidden Forest. (No, not that it’s the most terrifying place in all United Kingdom, - though, also true). Even when you are ready for anything, it will always find a way to surprise you. And what they had stumbled across was something of a legend. Hidden behind the thick trees and bushes, flashing with all its eyes, flapping its doors like wings there stood another legacy of Ron Weasley: Flying Ford Anglia. “It’s real!” gasped Hufflepuff Casey. “It’s working!” exclaimed Gryffindor Dae. “But Muggle technology is not supposed to work on Hogwarts grounds!” argued Slytherin Josh, not believing his own eyes. Ravenclaw Lola didn’t say anything back then, but two months later, each of the Chess club members received a package with an identical note attached. “Sent owls to all my relatives asking for old cellphones, said I needed it for Muggle studies. Doesn’t need charging but be careful with the buttons, they start screaming once pushed. Works everywhere, except for the Potions classroom: the kings for some reason keep fleeing the screen. Couldn’t make it do anything other than chess, though. Will keep working. Happy New Year.”