The four kingdoms of Hogwarts coexisted peacefully for centuries until the Dark Wizard known as Lord Voldemort believed that the only magical beings who deserved the right to rule were those who descended from the Sacred 28, or the original 28 families who stumbled across the land of Hogwarts when feeling their homeland. The Sacred 28 families split off into four groups either led by brave Godric Gryffindor, witty Rowena Ravenclaw, ambitious Salazar Slytherin, or loyal Helga Hufflepuff and created four strong kingdoms as more and more people flowed in from other lands, seeking a refuge from the devastating Goblin Wars. Lord Voldemort soon gained a following who called themselves the Death Eaters, some of whom were descended from the Sacred 28 and caused devastation and terror across the four kingdoms. Desperate for information to end this dark war, Albus Dumbledore sought after an eccentric Seer named Sybil Trelawney, who gave but one prophecy about a boy who would save them and destroy the Dark Lord once and for all, born of half-pure blood. Once the Dark Lord caught wind of this, courtesy of his servant, Severus Snape, he immediately sought after the one-year-old child of Lily and James Potter, heir to the throne of Gryffindor, born as the seventh month died. Lily and James had thrice defied Lord Voldemort in his attacks on the Kingdom of Gryffindor. Catching wind of the oncoming attack on their lives, Lily and James went into hiding in Godric’s Hollow, but were betrayed by the one they called friend: Peter Pettigrew. Lily sacrificed herself for her son, Harry. Her sacrifice caused no harm to be done to Harry on that fateful Hallows’ Eve, and instead caused the Dark Lord to be vanquished. Or so it seemed.