(#) Richardc269 2011-12-11Loving the story so far. I hope you update soon! I'm glad to finally read that Lockheart finally isn't an incompetent ass. lol. You wrote out his character pretty well.
Author's responseThanks for the note here and on DLP - Lockhart's still an ass, just perhaps not quite as incompetent.
(#) jediprankster 2011-12-27--Ron laughed loudly. “That’s mean, Neville!”
Neville shrugged. “I learn from the best.”
“Thanks, Nev!” Ron said with a smile.
“Oh no, I meant Snape,” Neville corrected him.-- That's funny!
This was a good chapter. Lockhart is at least passably competent, which just makes him all the more insidious if he is still a fraud in your story.
I am curious about something. I was wondering what others would see if viewing Harry's memories in a Pensieve. The curse makes them see a girl, but would they still see that if they were watching /harry's memory/? After all, if they are watching Harry's memory, there are supposed to see what Harry sees. The photograph thing didn't do anything because the photograph shows everyone what everyone saw. I wonder. Maybe Harry will be further frustrated. They will see a black-haired green-eyed boy, and say 'Who is that?' And when Harry tries to say 'That is me' they will be all 'What are you even saying?'
Well, I can't wait for the next chapter.
Author's responseThis is a GREAT point. But here's something to consider: What did the Sorting Hat see? And how is a Pensieve different or not?
(#) misteryman526 2014-07-01Bravo for making Lockhart clever enough to maintain his image!
I really hope that it turns out Harry is from another reality or something. It seems to me that once (if?) the gender-glamour is dispelled he's bound to lose his friends. Just think: all his friendships (except Luna) are based around his being a girl. What will the natural reaction of kids be when their friend 'disappears' and is replaced by an opposite gender clone?
Author's responseYou make a good point. Kids can be cruel.
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