Re: Theo and Scorpius
"The world always needs more fun," he said with a chuckle. It really would be a fun way to pass the time, he wagered. He didn't mind running people around on some sort of misleading chase. In fact he felt it's appeal far outweighed whatever good it would likely do. "Is it wise to include Savannah?" He questioned, knowing her approach would likely yield optimum results. Still he had to ask, since he was whimsically volunteering to be schemes scapegoat. "You sure she won't sell us out?" He liked to think not, but still it had to be asked.
"I do sometimes try, but it tends to fall apart," he said with a small smile. "It's just so easy," he said and a little gratifying and a sure cure for boredom. "I could try harder, sure," he said doubtfully. "Although that is very convenient."
He nodded. "See that you do try," he advised.
That would be a neat trick, he thought silently. he had read some sort of paper that floated around the DoM back in his time, he hadn't thought of it in such a long time that he had almost forgotten. "I have no idea exactly. But I did once read something about a muggle tribe in Zimbabwe called the Shona. They worshiped a god who was both male and female. They could be either at will. There was some evidence I believe that there was magic at play. A false messiah, with an unusual spell. Don't know if that would help, but it may be a good place to start."