What would you do if you could have your enemy just magically appear right where you wanted them?
i would do exactly what you just had them do
good short slightly dark story
you write anything else?
im off to check
(#) DrT 2012-05-18 03:14:44 AM
Yes, and that's how the 'Resistance' should have handled things in canon.
(#) mwinter 2012-05-18 05:54:45 AM
Cool. liked the short.
(#) jabarber69 2012-05-19 06:21:15 PM
now thats using your knoggin harry!
(#) Wolfric 2012-05-20 02:18:55 AM
Well done. I think we all know that Harry&Co. could have made use of many things from the muggle world. How they would have acquired them is a big question, especially in the UK where guns are pretty much outlawed. Thanks for writing. W.
(#) Cateagle 2012-05-20 06:59:03 PM
And another reason the Purebloods dislike the non-magical world, they can be so bloody ingenious, even about killing methods. It's definitely a more sensible approach than canon. I don't know about the difficulty in acquiring them (though the availabilty of firearms to the criminal classes in Great Britain suggests it might not be that difficult) but they can be made, though not necessarily as aesthetically appealing as manufactured ones (yes, I know the ways and means).
All in all, a delightful look at alternate approaches to permanently dealing with Tom's troops.
(#) nrnwood 2012-05-25 12:39:20 AM
I love it.
A wickedly simple solution to dealing with the catchers. As they say in the manual " a good ambush should never give the enemy a chance"!
Will you follow through on this idea?
When in doubt fall back to good old fashioned superior firepower. Now to find a nuclear test to lure Voldemort into/portkey him into ...