|Amycus Carrow (amycus__carrow) wrote in wished,|
@ 2010-01-07 15:37:00
|Entry tags:||!1998: 01, !incomplete, alecto carrow, amycus carrow|
Who: Amycus Carrow, Germaine Capper and Alecto Carrow
When: this evening
Where: Capper Residence to Grimmauld Place
What: Amycus takes it upon himself to get a muggle out of being able to run a shoppe in Diagon Alley and takes her home to give to Alecto as a present.
Rating: Probably high?
When the new decrees started coming out Amycus was amused but generally didn't care. He didn't typically initiate any hunts, instead leaving that to his sister who seemed to enjoy it. In a way it took a thrill out of the hunt that the ones they really wanted to hunt had to be indoors by ten in the evening, but there were those that liked to try to push the issue and either managed it or got caught by someone like them. When they called for muggleborns to come in for 'interviews' and most didn't come back his amusement level went up.
So it was really because of that Amycus was prompted to do a little hunt all on his own. If the Ministry was going to take care of muggleborns at the moment he knew of a muggle who had the run of a shoppe. The biggest issue with that was the fact that the shoppe was in Diagon Alley and therefor should most definitely only be run by someone of wizarding background. And while Lucky Bakery used to be ran by a wizard and his family, his muggle wife had the majority hand in it now and that didn't sit well with Amycus. It was bad enough that the wizard had lowered himself to marry someone like her, let alone allow her to have control over the shoppe.
Amycus did his homework first. He sulked around the Alley for over a week, watching as the muggle, Germaine Capper, worked and when she left. He saw when she left with others and when she went home alone. He also followed her home, noting that more often then not there was no one with her. This was going to be easy, too easy. So he was going to take her, making her disappear. He'd take her to their current home and let Alecto have some fun with her as well.
Tonight was the night. He wanted the weekend open to have whatever fun Alecto wanted to have with her. He would, of course, have to remind Alecto that she'd have to last the weekend and not to kill her immediately, but he was certain that she would be fine with that. Capper would be like a present for her and she'd quite possibly want to share with some of her other favorite Death Eaters as well. He was getting off task though. He watched as she left the bakery and smirked, apparating away and to her home. Now it was just a waiting game.
"Little muggle won't know what hit her," Amycus muttered with a sneer, eyeing her home and waiting for her to come back. He knew he had at least fifteen minutes, so he watched the area, knocking out a few of the street lamps and the light on the porch of the house to give him a better cover of darkness. "Though I think she'll be more terrified once she meets Alecto. Yes, definitely more so then. I wonder how long it'll take her family to notice she's missing?"
His mutterings cut off abruptly when he saw her striding up the walkway to her house, her light brown hair swaying as she moved. He grinned as he saw her frown at the out light and mention that she'd need to replace it before going to bed. Of course it was too bad for her since she'd never have to worry about that again. Once her keys were in the door and it was opened Amycus made his move, coming swiftly up behind her. His wand was pressed into her back as his other hand wrapped around her throat. He paid little attention to the purse that she dropped at her feet, instead reveling at how she stiffened quickly against him.
"Hullo, little muggle. I wouldn't put up too much of a fuss, if I were you. That is unless you want to make this worse." He was grinning behind her, but the grin slipped when he heard the sound of something running toward them from inside and saw a dog coming toward them quickly, stopping to snarl and bark at Amycus as he held its owner captive. "Damned dog," he muttered, pulling the wand away from her back and quickly casting a curse at it. The green light struck the dog, knocking it back and it crumpled, not getting up again.
"No!" Germained shrieked, trying to pull away only to hear her captor snarl behind her and tighten the hand around her throat, cutting off her air supply. "Please, don't," she gasped out, her hands coming up to claw at his.
"Can't do, muggle. You've done a great wrong to respectable wizards and that has to be righted. You're going to learn your place." He didn't mention that she'd never get to practice her place, but she'd come to that conclusion all on her own soon enough.
"We're off," and he pulled her closer to him, wrapping his other hand around her arm as he apparated her away with him, harshly keeping her up when they landed by the hand on her throat. "Time to put you away so that Alecto can come and see her present." He ignored her pleas as he started pushing her along, ignoring her struggling and futile scratching.