- I'm surprised that super-Harry, heir to all four founders, Merlin and God knows who else, still stuck with the gillyweed this time around. There must be oodles of other (more flashy) ways to do it.
Loved the scene with Luna curtsying to Harry. It might be over the top, given their ages, but still it's quite touching, thinking of how he's friended Luna and the sincerity of the emotions between those two. It's nice.
Seems a bit of a contrivance that Harry can only create the nine protection charms, and not nine million, given his power and all?
Thanks for the two chapters so quickly!
Author's responseIt wasn't about Harry's power as it is Harry's relationship to Hogwarts. The castle can only do so much without weakiening in other directions.
(#) Meteoricshipyards 2006-11-06Good chapter. Interesting the heir of Merlin thing. And Draco refuses to believe it. Liked his comment about the heir of Slytherin.
What's Harry going to do about Dumbledore. He should never have told him. (I'm glad in the bit of the other story you've posted that he hasn't told yet). It's not bad enough that Harry has to let Voldemort get ressurrected and then kill him, but he has to put up with Dumbledore's screwing with him, too?
By the way, does he get his revenge on the Dursleys? Or is living well the best revenge.
Now I have to go back and comment on the previous chapter.
Thanks for writing this. I've enjoyed all your work (but the Harry/Luna stuff better :-)
- Pamphlets: same written diarrhea I had in philosophy and ethics in college. No proof or empirical evidence--just what I want to support my political agenda. Just as well thought out as Marx/Engel/Hitler/etc.
Harry and Hermione should see it for what it is--a waste of dead trees or animals.
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