Summary: James Potter was given his Invisibility Cloak at eleven years old. He never once doubted its protective powers.
Unfortunately, Lily Potter doesn’t have as much faith in the cloak as James does.
This story tells why James believes in his cloak and his attempt to convince Lily what he believes is true.
I am mudbloodproud of Hufflepuff and this is my entry for the Summer Challenge in the Hallows prompt. This entry won Second Place in the Hallows prompt.
Summary: A story about a mother's love for her son and how during dark times, sometimes blissful ignorance is all you really need.
Summary: What Sirius and Regulus Black's last conversation might have been like. A little insight into the Black brothers' interaction, and something that Sirius would never know about Regulus. One-shot.
Summary: Between Sirius Black and his younger brother, Regulus, stretches a vast abyss of anger, betrayal, bitterness and jealousy.
Now Sirius must confront his brother, but how can he reconcile the boy he once knew with what Regulus has become?
I am SexY_LydZ for Ravenclaw, Gauntlet Round 6
Summary: The infamous Marauder’s Map. Created by a gang of four friends from Gryffindor in their sixth and seventh years. It has been an issue to contend with ever since Filch confiscated it, but, was it the only map made? What happened to the others? And how, did four 16-year-old boys have the time or skills to create such a wonder?
Prongs, Padfoot, Wormtail and Moony are in their sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, but something is different this year, much different. How will this affect their school life, and above all their friendship?
Summary: Fifteen year old Emma Lovett hates Regulus Black. He's an arrogant jerk with an ego the size of Asia. Or at least, he was. When Emma starts her fifth year at Hogwarts, Regulus' behavior seems to have changed a bit. She begins to think that Regulus might not be so bad. Of course, no one but her diary ever needs to know what she thinks.
Is sorry ever really enough? Can it seal old wounds? Put the pieces back together? In the end, is it really worth it?
Summary: "October 31, 1981. The day Lily and James died. The day my world crumbled down around me."
Told from the perspective of Sirius Black. Reviews would be greatly appreciated, and I will respond to every one!
Summary: Remus Lupin is reading in Hogwarts: A History one day when he learns about a magical mirror that shows the soul's deepest desire. He persuades his friends to help him find it and the four boys each look. A story about what the Marauders really wanted and if they got it or not.
Summary: A blind Muggle girl shows up at Hogwarts after a run-in with Death Eaters, looking for a solution to her mess and a place to recuperate.
I do not own any of Dante's work, nor do I want to. The former also holds true for Jeff Smith; sadly, the latter does not. I wish I owned his ideas. As it is, I just messed around with them. Please approach this fic with a very open mind; while nothing is particularly controversial, some of the concepts are very, very abstract and possibly arbitrary.
Summary: It's December of 1979 and Lily is overwhelmed. The war continues on and in the midst of it all, she is pregnant and afraid. She journeys to her mother's grave searching for comfort and answers from the one person who always knew best.
"I start to wonder if James and I should be together at all anymore. I mean, if we can’t go without a fight for even one day, why try to do it for the rest of our lives?"
A one-shot take on how Lily felt upon the news of her pregnancy.
Summary: A Marauder-era fic - this story takes a look at all the characters we've come to love (and hate), as well as an OC or two thrown in for good measure. Follow the Marauders through seven years at Hogwart's, with appearances from the infamous Black sisters, Lucius Malfoy, Regulus Black, and of course the one and only Severus Snape.
There are a bunch of pairings in this story (although romance is not necessarily the central theme) to include James/Lily, Lucius/Narcissa, a splash of Lucius/Bella and unrequited Snape/Lily, and finally, plenty of Sirius/OC. Enjoy!
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Summary: A different perspective to the usual Marauder story. Friendship, violence, love... Look at the known story from Remus's pont of view.
Summary: Remus Lupin tolerates mischievous friends and lycanthropy, while the prophetic Ariadne MacDougal negotiates a misguided family, and everyone must deal with the Death Eaters. A rather dark coming-of-age story about the death of innocence and the renewal of hope during Voldemort’s first war.
Part I of The Moon-Cursers. Now updated to be DH-compatible.
Summary: "Albus Dumbledore aimed his wand at the Pensieve’s liquid depths and twitched his arm upwards. Ten ghostly figures slowly emerged from the liquid, their bodies spun out of the translucent matter. The Gryffindor Class of 1978..."
We all know how this tale ends, but how does it begin? Did Lily hate James from Day One? Did James fall head over heels the moment he first laid eyes on Lily? How did Remus feel about the whole thing? Who let Peter slip through the cracks? And what exactly happens when Sirius gets hold of some Time-Release Dungbombs?
The Marauders' years at Hogwarts were marked by internal demons, external tensions, and whispers from the shadows growing steadily louder. By intertwining lives in the midst of danger. By powerful love and a whole lot of laughter. This is their story, a tale of cauldrons and comrades.
Summary: Andromeda dances when she thinks no one is watching. An encounter with her sister proves her wrong.
Summary: “We all know that all of the Time Turners were smashed during the battle with the Death Eaters at the Ministry of Magic.
However, I, being the clever little witch I am, invented a time machine.
Have you ever wondered, what was the story behind the torn photograph Harry Potter found at Grimmauld Place?
So, let’s take a trip together. Back to 1981. July 31, 1981 to be exact.
Buckle your seatbelts and hold on, this may be a bumpy ride.”
Summary: I always wondered what made the Sorting Hat put Remus in Gryffindor, because it seemed to me that he was a Ravenclaw at heart. He never acted particularly brave, and he was always studying... Something made me wonder if the reason he was in Gryffindor had something to do with his mysterious disapperances. *Told from James's point of view.*
Summary: Memories. They can destroy us. They can heal us. And sometimes, just sometimes, it takes a memory to ease the pain. See the world from the eyes of a perpetual ousider- and let yourself slip into the deep, soothing balm of memory.
Summary: Eleven-year-old James Potter is fearless, clever, nimble, fearless, and--by his own reckoning--the future hero of the world.
At the moment, he's not much more than an amateur.