(#) aroberts100 2006-11-19love the story... i wonder who the pairing will be as even Lily is available due to him no longer being Harry James Potter genetically so no worries about incest. Will he be a part of the mauraders or have a different circle of friends. As brothers rarely have the same friends, yet they are twins so maybe they could have the same group of friends like the weasley twins are both friends with lee jordan.
Anyway good story i cant wait for the rest
- great chapter! do i get that right? harry killed 6 deatheaters and burned down 2 houses? who were the 5 others if one was greyback, i mean voldie isn't supposed to have that many at that point of time....
Author's responseVoldie had about 30 followers after the May Massacre.
(#) Geovanni_Luciano 2006-11-19This is an interesting story, and I look forward to the direction that you will go with it. I can see many possibilities, such as where you're going to place Harry, as far as sorting goes. Who will his allies be. Will he become friends with Remus, as he is in the future. Will he have any interaction with Peter Pettigrew, not to mention Regulus. The interaction with Harry and Bellatrix was interesting to say the least and you could actually have the smatterings of a Harry/Bella Love/Hate thing going on here. I've read most of your stories and to say that I have enjoyed them and thank you for taking the time to great such interesting paradox. That being said, please update soon.
Author's responseNope, just 'hate Bella'. You just know she's going to cross the line.
(#) Geovanni_Luciano 2006-11-19I wanted to readdress my initial point on the Harry/Bella thing, when I said Love/Hate. It didn't actually have to be a relationship per say, so much as one sided thing on Bella's part. Just a side note, as she is pretty power hungry. Please continue with your story. Thanks.
- Good Chapter. You made a bit of a historical mistake though.
Hitler-Germany was a national-socialist country: extreme left, not extreme right. The main reason for war between Communist Russia and National-Socialist Germany was that they were each other's direct competition.
Author's responseI suggest you actually learn a bit about fascism besides the fact that it was also called 'National Socialism'. Mussolini, who started the formal movement, was an ex-socialist turned extreme nationalist and he used the some of the same ideas to appeal to the working class and lower middle classes. Hitler, and the right-wing group he joined in 1919, did much the same, as did groups in Portugul, Spain, France, Belgium, Hungary, and Romania in the 1920s, and other countries in the 1930s. In many ways, of course, the facists, esp. the Nazis, aped the communists, while Stalin in turn would adopt some of the nationalist rhetoric of fascism, esp. after 1939. However easy it is to conflate the ideas, communism remains at the extreme left, fascism at the extreme right.
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