During the train ride before third year Harry has a close encounter with a dementor that causes him to absorb the soul fragment within him, granting both knowledge and power. Features Harry with a ...
(#) O-Mega_Lead 2013-01-01 09:12:26 PMJust figured after reading the ending A/N that I'd support the archery decision. Personally, I like archery; I'm just sadly unable to do it right now (time/money constraints). As for the muggle devices, I'm meh on. I don't believe EMP shielding, but I figure ther must be something that could block a magic effect from altering electronics. In the end though, if you can find a magical equivalent to electricity, that problem is null and void. It's that way anyway given the fairy magics now, though. I did like the last bit about them coming to terms with the lack of muggle electronics and such from now on, though (through Luna not being affected). I guess I'm just surprised Hermione didn't immediately jump to her being unable to go back home because of that, and that something odd didn't happen in the Dursley home. Well, outside the torture and change. I guess nothing was on and running, however, though you can make a funny close-up of another family buying the house and it (and/or neighborhood) forever being labeled as 'cursed' because nothing works properly and things randomly explode. But hey, you may just have done that already and I just haven't read it yet. I'll review at the end, assuming I reach it. I will say though, I'm a big fan of how you built things up and on your views on the potterverse relationships. I'm not as gung-ho on the Dumbles being full-time nutter, but who am I to argue with a masterfully crafted and entertaining story? Cheers!