- I agree with your theory about how Riddle got the information on making horcruxes. I also agree with your assessment of his methods. I doubt Riddle HAS much of a sexual orientation. It's a phsyical urge, but he probably has an equally emotional relationship with food.
Great views of the characters.
- Excellent work as always.
"No, I do not think Tom Riddle was gay. I think he did what he had to in order to get the information he wanted. He certainly didn't find the information about Horcruxes at Hogwarts or his orphanage!"
Well, why not, if JK says the Dumbledore is, why not Tom....lol
I know what you're saying
Author's responseI really don't see Tom as being interested in much beyond power, not sex, food, or much else. Dumbledore I can see having been passionate in his youth, gay or not.
(#) The_Resident 2008-01-27Another fine chapter. Melding the many ancient cultures with extr3emely long lived 'gods' and 'heroes' has brought a new perspective to the legends and myths of old and the 'history' of magic. The interpersonal relations are handled well. I, like Hermione, wish Harry could spend some 'beach' time with her. Keep up the great work the plots within plots make life interesting and you're doing a nice job of filling some of JKR's plot holes. (I'd 'rate' this but all the good ones are gone.)
- Well a division between the brotherhood members seemes called for as Harry in this story was way to powerful in the way of Friends to have Riddle so underclassed.
Seems we'll have two battles in the end.
Still not bad and again I highly approve of Harry with Hermione and Luna.
Now a future challenge.
How about a Harry/Hermione/Luna/Ginny!
And Harry/Hermione/Padma/Pavarti/Luna ficcy!
(#) papamidnite 2008-01-27I don't think he's gay either but thats still nasty ewwwww I wonder how he made head boy....Dumbledore....
I just wanted to say I like the whole brotherhood that you have created. I believe that you can create an entire universe for it because they have live so long the possibilities are endless, keep up the good work.
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