Summary: Remus Lupin is a man with a tragic past, filled with pain, suffering and sorrow. But it is also a past filled with great adventure, true friendship and…love? Even though the odds were against him, Remus found happiness at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He had the Marauders, he was a prefect and his transformations were less horrible, thanks to his Animagi friends. What more could a teenage werewolf want? And how long could his happiness last? Remus and the Marauders prove that in the saddest of lives and darkest of times, there can still be moments of bliss.
Remus centric but with a lot of the other Marauders. This story is a romance, but has almost as much general Marauder era background and side story as romance.
Pre-HBP and DH, so some things from DH will be disregarded, as the warning indicates, but some Spoilers will be incorporated.
Summary: Ollivander of Croton arrives in Athens in 382 BC with big dreams, none
of which include opening a wand shop. His ambition is to study magic at the newly
opened Platonic Academy. But that's before he meets Plato, and a young witch, and
a Dark wizard, and a Dementor or two -- all of whom seem to have their own ideas
about where Ollivander's attention ought to be directed.
Summary: Tonks joins the Order of the Phoenix and meets a certain werewolf. Will they be friends or something more?
When Mrs. Figg gives Harry a part-Kneazle kitten, he passes it along to Andromeda and Teddy, sparking healing and maybe romance.
Dennis Creevey, creator of Wizard Comics, lived for his art until Gabrielle Delacour accused him of trying to seduce her sister.
Summary: Hermione is secretive, Ron is clueless, and Hermione's Muggle cousin gets married. RW/HG, One-Shot, Post-Hogwarts. Epilogue compliant.
Summary: Molly has studied history and knows the old stories, but she also knows what is really worthwhile in life.
Summary: Mika leads a seemingly normal life with a nice job under the Minister of Magic as a secretary, yet she covets an unfortunate burden: she is a werewolf and the daughter of the notorious Fenrir Greyback. How will she hold up her normal life when her ravenous father has escaped the cells of Azkaban only to look for her?
Summary: A strange and seemingly inexplicable death in London's West End brings an unlikely collection of individuals together. Can Aurors Creevey and Cresswell, and Detective Chief Inspector Wood make any sense of the crime?
Summary: The Marauders, in the Shrieking Shack at moonset.
Summary: Not only in wars with Death Eaters do we suffer loss. Sometimes everything is just stripped away.
This poem was nominated for the 2014 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Poetry.
Mrs Finnigan's Bedtime Story (Or Why Seamus's Boggart is a Banshee) by Equinox Chick
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Summary: Why was Seamus so scared of Banshees?
This poem was written for the Poetry Anyone? Race to Halloween Triathlon and is my interpretation of the Banshee myth.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. I still ship Romione for one thing.
Summary: Ginny and her brothers sneak down the stairs to look at presents, but instead, Ginny discovers something wonderful about magic.
Written for the Yuletide Challenge, Bonus Prompt. It received a Special Mention. :) Nominated for a 2014 QSQ for Best Poetry!
Summary: Yolanda began life meek and mild, but she much prefers being a black widow. A glimpse into the mind of Blaise Zabini's mother.
With illusions and spells at their fingertips, crafting the perfect disguise is a simple matter. The true question is which wizard is truly standing before you. Confusion and catastrophe ensue.
This is L A Moody of Ravenclaw House writing for the Halloween/ Terrible Two-Shot Challenge, Prompt 2: The Masque of Red Death
Summary: Marietta Edgecombe has "sneak" written all over her face - in fat, purple pustules, no less. But she has no idea how it happened. One-shot.
Summary: Sometimes, famous people attract unwanted attention. But minor magical misdemeanours have nothing to do with the Muggle Interface Team, do they?
Summary: Two years after Voldemort's downfall, Headmistress McGonagall finds a puzzling decrease in new Muggle-born students. Consulting the magic Quill, she and Flitwick find even wizarding children being born without magical ability. Each year fewer students are listed. If the decline continues, within decades the classrooms of Hogwarts will be half empty. Concerned how far the problem spreads, McGonagall sends a message to the Quill schools of the other continents.
In Brazil, the world of magic is revealed to a young homeless girl. When Marissa cautiously accepts an education in the wizarding world, the choice will lead her to an object somehow tied to the unknown cause of the wizarding decline. But as she struggles to show any ability at all, she is unsure if she even belongs in their world. What role can a neglected street beggar have in events that wizarding schools of all the world may soon be part of?
Summary: A quick, fun bit of verse in honor of the creators of the Marauder's Map.
Summary: Teddy Lupin is not a werewolf. Of that he is sure. And Metamorphmagi can only imitate human features. Of that he is also sure. So how is it one night, when the moon hangs round in the sky, young Teddy finds that he can morph his hand into a fur-covered claw?