Savannah rolled her eyes at James' reaction. "It's not a good thing, you know. People start to resent you. Well, maybe not Mr. Potter, but his children. Although I'm probably the only one who calls him that. Scorpius is starting to slip up, mixing Mr. Potter and Harry. I suppose it was inevitable when he's dating your father."
She grinned. "It's why he's happy to play on my team here. He knows we'll win." She sighed. "I really do miss playing for real. Not that you lot aren't... dedicated," she said, trying to pick the right word. "I just want to play with real players."
She wasn't sure that they were lucky. They could have just avoided the forest, but she didn't say that. "It's so dark and loud in here." She'd gotten so used to the castle where you couldn't hear anything with the stone walls and floors. Out here nature was the true queen. "My only time on anything green is on the pitch."