Jasper noted the serious look on the boys face and smiled. "Well, you do have a point there. Danger usually does make the most fun." he said.
"Safety precautions. Even if nothing bad happens, we have to have those. Good thinking. Maybe both would be best, and there could be a way around being caught. Isn't there a concealing spell floating around there somewhere? Even if there isn't it doesn't really matter, now does it?" he asked curiously.
He skipped the rest of the conversation and went to the last question Timothy had asked. Yes, there was someone that might be interested. Luke, he was one of the party animals in their little 'group' that Jasper didn't really consider himself part of. Only reason was because he couldn't get along with anyone but Luke. Though, tonight, that seemed to have changed a bit with Timothy.
"Luke would be interested. He's the only one I know, but he'd be the one to help spread the word, though. I'm pretty sure it's been awhile since he's partied, and this'll be a great opportunity for him to drink again. My last question is when will it happen?" Jasper looked at the boy and waited for his reply.
There wasn't much that people didn't know about Luke, everyone knew he was a vampire, and everyone knew he was a party animal. It just added to his so called 'popularity' that was pretty much fake. Then it hit him. Something that would frighten Jasper if it happened that night on top of the Gryffindor Tower.
"There isn't going to be a full moon that night, is there?" he asked, shakily.