(#) michae1ange1o 2008-07-10Looks like you have read a lot of the same stories as me =). Though there are a LOT of clichés involved, I do enjoy a good TT story and thus await more.
Padfoot, amazingly JKR likes to use quite a bit of british folklore in her stories and thus the legend of Padfoot realy exists. see http://www.indigogroup.co.uk/edge/bdogfl.htm
But like I always say, you as the author write the story as you want, want him as a wolf, he's a wolf. Don't like it, don't read the story, end of discussion.
Pairings, as long as it's not slash I'll be happy. As for Ginny ... well as far as I could tell, the character seems to have the personality of soggy cardboard, I vote Harry/Luna/Tonks, the only two interesting female characters in the whole searies.
(#) ALConfederate 2008-07-10The heck with H/G or H/P or even H/G/P. The new improved Harry needs a Slytherin woman -- I vote for female!Blaise, Daphne Greengrass, or someone similar.
Remember, he's not the person he was the day before this story started, and he won't be the same Harry that hooked up with Ginny. He's more mature, more experienced, and has learned the values of tact, intelligence, and cunning. Where's he most likely to find this? In Slytherin!
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