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Reviews For Recolitus Optimus

Name: luinrina (Signed) · Date: 01/04/08 7:17 · For: Part I: It All Started with a Card
What a story... fantastic idea. How can it be finished already? It seems that it is just the beginning of more...

Two thumbs up. I especially liked the prophecy.

Author's Response: Well, there are two parts, and actually, my other fic, "Adoris Integare", does (slightly) tie into this one here. But thanks, luinrina, for the review. I'm thrilled that you liked it, and the prophecy ... yes, that took a lot of figuring in *how* I wanted to word it, so I'm glad to hear that you liked that part!


Name: midnight1195 (Anonymous) · Date: 11/21/07 17:50 · For: Part II: Dark Witches and Prophecies
nice fantasy, i would never have thought of it!

Author's Response: Thanks, midnight1195.


Name: hermybabay82 (Signed) · Date: 10/28/07 3:13 · For: Part II: Dark Witches and Prophecies
Great story! I enjoyed it emmensely! I loved the prophecy that you put in, great wording. The only discrepency I had with the story was the fact that Sirius apparated and also transformed into Padfoot without his wand. I was under the impression that a wand was necessary in such situations, however I could be wrong! Again, it was a very well written and thought out story! Much kuddos to you!

Author's Response: Well, thank you very much, hermybaby82. I'm glad you enjoyed the story - and mentioned the prophecy!

As for the Apparating/transforming, I'm not sure about Apparition, but in terms of Sirius transforming into Padfoot - He did it in Azkaban, and there was definitely NO way he had a wand in that prison! So, you may have a point on the Apparition, but as for Animagi, Sirius, at least, didn't need a wand.

Thanks again for the review!


Name: RiseFromAshes (Signed) · Date: 09/29/07 7:51 · For: Part I: It All Started with a Card
I can't believe no one's ever reviewed this! This is the most ingenious story I've ever read... Just, wow. I would kill to be able to dream up something like that.

Author's Response: Thanks, RiseFromAshes. Glad to hear you liked it that much! And thank you so much for the review, once again!


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