The Last Battle has been fought, and Harry Potter has won. The price, however, has been high. Nearly every person Harry cared for is dead, maimed, or otherwise injured. The magical culture of ...
(#) Ppsh 2006-07-14 06:52:52 PMSo far, at chapter 4, the story's good... but im concerned its turning into another one of those "Harry trains his friend's into super-hit-wizards" storys... which are just really irritating. Anyway, ill keep reading.
Author's responseWell, you can have lots of legit complaints, but that won't be one of them!
- I would have thought Remus, you know, the man who could never be bothered to check on Harry or tell Harry anything about his parents, would have been impressed that Hermi guessed who Harry was.
Personally, knowing that you will be going into a war, I would want myself and my friends to be trained up.
Also, I would not be trusting Bumbles any time in the near future.
If I was Hermi's parents, I would be looking to find if there were any magical countries that were sane, where my daughter might just be able to learn and grow without bigotry or a war. I just would not send my child into the abattoir we call Hoggy.
(#) Cassandra30 2012-06-27 05:50:42 AMI think it hasn't occurred to the Grangers that Hermione might go to another school in another country yet.
I don't think Harry is trusting Bumbles. I think Harry is acting very Slytherin actually. while Alastor and Dedalus are Albus' good friends they are also both on the side of the law. Neither are going to allow Bumbles to get away with much. Remus was the wild card but Harry played on his humanity and his brotherhood. Finally he just plain showed them the manipulations and other shenanigans the old buzzard was up to. Aberforth wasn't shocked by these notice. So now he has help keeping his brother in line.