A chance remark by Moody triggers a confrontation. It's not pretty. HT, for those into ships, but it's not that important to the story.
(#) FujiwaraHamano 2006-09-25 03:50:08 AMI need to bring something in your story to your attention, if only because I am a nit-picker for technical details.
"I've confirmed it. He made a total of 6 Horcruxes, with himself as the 7th for magical power. The diary is indeed one, and he did not know where it was, nor that it had been destroyed. The others are a ring from his Father, a locket, from his mother, that was Salazar Slytherin's, a pair of cups that belonged to Helga Hufflepuff, a dagger that belonged to Rowena Ravenclaw, a gauntlet that Godric Gryffindor once wore in battle, and finally, his snake, Nagini.
If you look closely, you clearly list seven Horcuxes, wihout listing Voldemort himself, after stating that he was the seventh.
Author's responseWell, DRAT! You're right. You're the first in quite a few reviews of this story to catch that one, but you're right! Thanks, I need the nit-picking! Please, feel free to bring any more nits to my attention! Especially if they're in Family Matters - Loose Ends, since that one is still in progress!
I'll fix that in the eventual re-write - because this version just doesn't feel fleshed out enough to me.
And thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed the story, otherwise!
- Pretty cool. I esp. like the quote for Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner, although, not quite sure you used it.
Author's responseWell, the focal point of the story seemed to be the duel at the Beginning of the Year Feast, which was certainly a merry din to hear at the Feast that was set.
Harry's Heritage might could use an Ancient Mariner quote too - something about the albatross... Hummmmmmmmmmmmmm
, the he got into bed,
he could actual apparate into Hogwarts through the wards,
as for the horcrux list he lists 8 plus voldie for 9 a pair of cups means two cups means two horcrux's
One the arguments about tradition settled down,
aside from the typos a great story