Harry Potter★ Auror, British Ministry of Magic
Harry had been in a meeting with the Minister for the better part of the morning when it happened. Wailing sirens and blaring alarms resonated within the building and the screams that followed after were unlike anything he’d ever heard in his life.
“Stay back,” said Harry to the Minister, his wand at the ready, “I’ll see what this is about.” He ripped open the door expecting to see someone or something attacking, but there was no one. Employees were running and screaming, tripping over each other in panic and fear. Harry struggled to see what the commotion was about until one employee rushed towards him, eyes so wide of freight with arms stretched out, as he all but vanished directly in front of him.
Harry knew immediately that he needed to evacuate the Minister . It was simply too dangerous for her to be there with an unknown threat wrecking havoc upon the Ministry of Magic that nobody seemed capable of handling.
But it was too late.
By the time Harry had shut the door. The woman with the highest ranking title in the Ministry of Magic was already affected . He watched powerlessly as the remaining half of her body dissolved as if nothing about her had ever existed in the first place.
Harry tore open the door and ran as fast as he could to the elevators, dodging fallen objects and people a long the way, but the elevators were on lock down too with the occupants still trapped inside yelling and kicking at the closed gated doors. Wanting to help them but knowing he had more critical situations to attend to, Harry made way for the emergency stairwell and ran as fast as his feet would carry him up to the second floor. The screams had stopped by the time he arrived, but the alarms were still echoing proudly. His heart was racing and his sides ached, but Harry didn’t stop running until he found the very two people he was looking for.
“HERMIONE!” Harry half shouted, half panted. He stood beside Natasha and took a moment to catch his breath, bent over with his hands on his knees. “The Minster...” was all he could get out.
" 'Harry Potter' gave me back self respect. Harry gave me a job to do that I loved more than anything else. "