No one is expecting him to be awake at four in the morning. No one, in fact, is expecting him to be awake before around seven in the morning, it appears. The dorms' silence is only broken by the soft snores, and the common room doesn't have even that.
"I wonder if all ravens respond rudely to questions," says Victor.
"I think it's just yours."
And oh look who's here! Making her way to the Slytherin table.
He feeds Muninn some more bacon and smiles tentatively at Dayo.
Dayo smiles back, and takes a seat at a table where literally everyone is ignoring her.
That sure is a thing that's happening. Well, she'll probably be fine.
There is once again an enormous banquet before them.
It is good that they get so much food here. That is a good thing about Hogwarts.
Soon enough they're done eating and the Gryffindors have History of Magic with the Hufflepuffs as their first class.
"I heard the teacher is a ghost," Neville whispers.
"I wonder how that happened."
"They say he just one day walked out of his office and never noticed he'd left his body behind."
They need to ask the paintings for directions twice but eventually arrive at the auditorium-like classroom whose walls are covered by books.
He inspects the titles of the books.
That's actually sort of fascinating. He wonders if he is allowed to read them.
Victor pays attention. That is what you are supposed to do in class is pay attention to the teacher.
He has had dull teachers before. He takes notes.
Well that's hardly Professor Binns's fault. He didn't ask to be dead.
That's an interesting way to measure homework, but he supposes it makes sense if everyone's using scrolls of parchment. He looks around and observes that he seems to be the only person in the room who succeeded in taking notes.