I enjoyed this story! Draco was a perfect choice for the role of Narcissus--his self-loving image fits canon descriptions, such as the train scene in HBP. Pansy, as well, personfied the character of Echo, with her hopelessly devoted love for Draco, and sacrifice at the end fit very well with what I expected of her character.
Nott played a very interesting part in the story--I could never really side with whether or not he was the villain of the story, or someone who did good! Although, if I was put in the same position, I would have done the same thing to Draco!
I was also impressed with the way you wrote the story--it sounded as though it was written in ancient times, with your word use and structure of sentences! Great job!
The only other thing I wanted to say was the fact that Hermione seemed to be way out of character...I couldn't see her being that raving mad over what Ron and Lavender did, she may have had jealously, as I'm sure she did in HBP, but she is not the type of character to lash out with her feelings...but it worked well for the story!
Again, good job!
Draco was the perfect character to use for this. Even taking away his picturesque looks, his attitude of self-absorption that we see in canon makes him ideal for this role.
I liked the way you incorporated the curse of Pansy. I considered using this myth to parody, but I was afraid of how to incorporate the curse. You did it well.
The only thing I have an issue with is that Hermione would be a bit OOC. She would never curse another student permanently; she's too conscientious of rules and caring about others' well-being.
Nice story, Cassie! Great work!
I love the way you used Potter characters to make a myth. I have nothing bad to say.
I liked it.
It's very good. I enjoyed it!