Sauron has a daughter named Melliel. The story will not get into how or with whom, because that is just too disgusting to even think about. This daughter has beautiful red hair and striking green eyes. She obviously gets her looks from her mother because she is beautiful.
On her eleventh birthday, she receives a letter from a place called Hogwarts that Sauron has never heard of. He tries to destroy the letter, but since it has old magic, he is destroyed. The orcs throw a party.
Melliel goes to Hogwarts where she becomes friends with Hermione and Ron. Harry, however, wants nothing to do with her. She can’t understand why, since his two best friends are friends with her. She gets sorted into Slytherin, which is the house that is the rivals of the house that Harry & Friends are in.
Harry feels all alone because everyone thinks he is the one killing everyone. Melliel goes and comforts him, because she knows what it is like to feel alone, being the daughter of the least well-liked villain of all time. They bond and are almost about to kiss when Ron bursts in. Harry and Ron go to confront the giant snake that is really killing everyone and Melliel is very upset because she fears she will never see Harry again, who she has fallen in love with.
They return, triumphant, and Harry realizes that the reason he wouldn’t talk to Melliel is because he was in love with her too, but she can’t stay there, so he comes back to Mordor with her, and they get married and rule Middle Earth, destroying the Valar and freeing everybody from the Void who is in there.
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