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Name: sarcasticval (Signed) · Date: 05/22/09 18:06 · For: Chapter 10- Quite Contrary
How do I love this story? Let me count the ways.

"First of all, they’re mostly Muggles..."
I think this is quite possibly one of my favorite lines/pop culture references in the entire piece, and I'm willing to bet anyone anyone that the wizard in the Stone's lineup is undoubtedly Keith Richards.

I adore the burgeoning friendship between Severus and Mary. I don't ship them, not yet, but I'm so pleased that he actually has someone in his life to give a damn. Her question in the previous chapter about whether he even had any friends broke my heart in the best way possible, and this chapter's gesture with the candy was adorable. Not to mention the banter and entire bet sequence. I'm eager to see her reactions when (if?) she learns of his own muggle background. Also, I've mentioned before how much I love the fact that you work in the 70's pop culture references, and that Severus is aware of them. As a halfblood who, as far as we know, was raised muggle he would be just as immersed in that world as a muggle born, and I enjoy that you go there. One wonders if the Marauders would ever pick up on the fact that the Slytherin was spouting off very non-pureblood-oriented slang, but I suppose that requires brainpower beyond Sirius's current mental facilities.

Also, your entire discussion on music now has me wondering what exactly Snape does choose to listen to. Curious and curiouser.

One other thing that I like about this fic are the flaws that you instill in your main characters. Lily isn't some perfect angel, and Snape isn't a poor misunderstood boy (well, not entirely). The flashback library bit was nice because it gave more credence to Lily's complaints about Severus, and really helps build up to the mudblood incident as a final straw, rather than Lily just arbitrarily deciding to end the relationship. There's a history there, and Lily, for her flaws, didn't just abandon Snape over a single mistake.

Author's Response: Hi Val-- good to hear from you again, and sorry it has taken me so long to reply (and to post another chapter.) So busy. Anyway, on to your review-- yay, someone picked up on the Rolling Stones comment. :) And yes, you're correct in your supposition. As for the pop culture references-- I know Lily would be clued in to them, and I think Severus would be despite himself. Of course, he'd have a more conflicted and pompous relationship to things like, say, ABBA. ;) And I'm glad you like Mary-- I was trying to come up with an OC whom Lily would reasonably be friends with but who would get along with Severus-- easier said than done. That said, she's fun and interesting to write-- and he deserves a decent friend besides Lily. Finally, the library scene-- I could so easily see Severus and Lily having a fight like that in their past. If they actually ever do get together, it would be despite having a significant amount of baggage, I think. Anyway, thanks as always for the review! I'm really trying to finish the 11th chapter-- hopefully soon.

Name: Minerva67 (Signed) · Date: 05/20/09 17:07 · For: Chapter 10- Quite Contrary
Glad to se that you have posted new chapters. it 9s really getting good, This is my favorite Severus story oo the fan fics. Of course Voldemort is a Wagner fan. (chuckle) The Death Eaters are so Nazi. I have been trying to anticipate how this fic will work out. Obviously, if Lily ends up with Severus instead of James, there will be no Harry Potter----so who destroys Voldemort? If Severus realizes that Mary is really the girl for him, would he join the Death Eaters and later become a double agent? Many possibilitis of dark endings here. So fascinating, Severus trying to learn to banter with Mary and learn the social skills that he has obviously never had a chance to observe during his life up to now. I wonder how Severus will be able to keep this up without getting killed by his Slytherin housemates before the year is out.

Author's Response: Believe me, I get sidetracked by all these possibilities when I'm writing it-- JKR really has created a character with so many twists and turns. :) I'm glad you're enjoying the story so much-- and sorry it has taken me so long to reply (and to post another chapter). Real life has been pretty busy lately. I'm working on ch. 11 and should have it up before long. Thank you for the review!!!

Name: NoxSomnium (Signed) · Date: 05/18/09 20:43 · For: Chapter 10- Quite Contrary
YAY steps forward! That's so exciting! (no the excitement won't go away if there's lots more angst. I like stories that are really angsty with ultimately happy endings.) Keep up the good work.

Author's Response: I think he'd be badly out-of-character if there wasn't a healthy dollop of angst, so I'm glad you like it. :) Thanks so much for reading it time after time, and for the reviews! :)

Name: Sariana (Signed) · Date: 05/18/09 20:14 · For: Chapter 10- Quite Contrary
This was one of my favorite chapters so far. I had to laugh at the Elmer Fudd reference. Hitler was a fan of Wagner, so it stands to reason that Voldemort would favor him, too.

Severus should just forget about Lily and go for Mary. (I know I'm not the first reviewer to say that.) But then Harry would be in deep doo-doo, wouldn't he?

Ah, Llewellyn. An interesting character becomes much more intriguing.

I'm glad to know Severus had voiced his dilemma--that he has to live with those idiots. Too bad Lily didn't realize the significance of that comment. I think Mary might have done.

I was so happy to see an update. Good work, as usual.

Author's Response: Yay, someone picked up on the Hitler-Voldemort thing with Wagner. :) JKR leaves those sorts of parallels all over the place; it was fun to add another one. (Not to mention throwing Elmer Fudd in there also-- because Mary is a Muggleborn after all.) :) I know what you mean about how he should go for Mary. I had a lengthy episode of writer's block on this thing a while back for two reasons: 1) Quidditch, and 2) the realization that the girl he wants may not necessarily be the girl he needs. Read the scenes between himself and Lily in "The Prince's Tale" in DH and you'll see what I mean -- she has a long way to go before she would be a good match with even a reformed version of her old friend, because she cares so much about public opinion. Writing a best friend for her who understands Severus enough to take his side sort of threw a wrench in the works for me, because Mary definitely has more of a dark side than Lily, and cares a lot less what people think. Oh well-- leaves all sorts of possibilities, doesn't it? :) My beta Sandy could tell you that I had major debates with myself about this a few months back. Thank you, as always, for the review.

Name: sarcasticval (Signed) · Date: 05/05/09 23:07 · For: Chapter 9- An Impossible Position
Oh my god, you updated! The minute I saw the new chapter I got a huge stupid grin on my face. I love this story so much.

Author's Response: Hi-- good to hear from you again! I hope I'm doing an OK job of not turning his life into a complete and utter black hole of angst (unlike the actual canon in which, let's face it, it is.) :) Anyway, glad you're still liking it!

Name: NoxSomnium (Signed) · Date: 05/04/09 20:39 · For: Chapter 9- An Impossible Position
Can I please, please give Severus a hug? He needs so many cuddles! Not to mention a support system of some kind. I'm going to have to go back and see what the Avery incident was about; I seem to have forgotten. Nevertheless, Slytherin was being rather single minded about their revenge. I really can't see them letting their pride in terms of the schools opinion get put in second position to their desire to squish Snape under their boots.
Mary can't have a love interest, I want her with Snape now! Can I say that Lily still annoys me? I know she's only sixteen, and no one is at their brightest when they're sixteen, but still. She could at least try to get him some sort of back up. How can anyone change without help? He doesn't have a clear enough understanding of who he ought to be to make it on his own, much less the strength to pull it off. He needs to know that if he falls down there'll be someone for him to land on.

Do you see how much feeling you inspire in me :). I was all bouncy when I saw the update notice and I said, I'm so excited, about five times. Thankfully no one was in the room with me to be confused.

Author's Response: I think of Avery as being kind of quietly intimidating and yet having something of a cult of personality, especially on the Quidditch team, hence the vengeance bit-- that he's behind it, essentially. Something of a gang mentality, I suppose-- but yeah, a bit of a stretch. :) Re: Mary-- I just replied to another review with the same opinion, and the problem is, I have majorly waffled on that myself. Every time I read the few scenes we actually see of Lily -- "The Prince's Tale," basically-- I have to tie my brain in a knot thinking of how she would ever fall for Severus and admit it to herself and -- the tricky part -- admit it to the rest of the world. I mean, JKR said it was possible herself, but would a girl who cares that much about what her friends think ever actually fall for him, and if she did, how long would it last? It's only a matter of time before he ticks someone off or acts disdainful to Remus and Lily realizes she's going out with someone who lacks her social skills and alienates quite a few of her friends. She's realistic for 16, that's for certain, in the way JKR writes her-- I read Lily as so fed up with Severus by that point that she's kind of looking for a reason to get rid of him and to stop having to explain him to everyone. Mary sort of bridges the gap-- she's darker, more quirky, more independent, but bright like Lily and repelled by the Dark Arts like Lily, so she'd probably be a better fit for him, quite honestly. And yet to be true to the canon, he really has to be totally besotted with Lily. But of course, it allows for any number of possibilities, really. :)

Name: Sariana (Signed) · Date: 05/04/09 12:59 · For: Chapter 9- An Impossible Position
I forgot to mention: I'm curious about Llewellyn's illness. I think there's much more to that character than we've yet seen, but I haven't been able to decide if it's something positive or something sinister. Something to look forward to!

Author's Response: He's an interesting OC to write-- as is Mary. :) Glad you're liking reading his character-- I'm enjoying coming up with OCs and attempting to make them three-dimensional.

Name: Sariana (Signed) · Date: 05/04/09 12:53 · For: Chapter 9- An Impossible Position
Wow, I could never write Quidditch. Amazing. I like that Lily is doubting her own decision. Not many people would be able to look beyond to speculate that there may be more going on than meets the eye. As I said in a previous review, being a Slytherin in the 70s must have been a terrible ordeal. But no one outside the House seems to want to acknowledge that perhaps not every Slytherin WANTS to be a Death Eater. Seeing Sev getting bullied by his own Housemates is the perfect wake-up call, even if Lily is the only one smart enough to respond to it. I've always liked Remus, and I like how you portray him in this scene. The speculation about their nicknames is hilarious. Sorry for the disjointed comments, but my paragraph breaks never seem to show up, so I left them out this time. I was very happy to see an update. I hope you don't mind that I've been referring to your story to defend Severus and, oddly, Lily to other fanfic writers. Maybe I can get you some new readers.

Author's Response: Hello again-- I was stuck on this Quidditch chapter forever, so I'm glad it turned out OK! :) Lily is smart and spent seven years as Severus's friend, so I think she has to recognize his ambiguities even if she really just wants to be done with him. And yes, I think Slytherin is often seen as far too oversimplified-- you have Slytherins who are more like Slughorn than Bellatrix or Voldemort, ones who want to promote themselves somehow but who don't care about blood status or who aren't into Dark magic. In chapter 10, for example, I have Severus realizing that a Mrs. Llewellyn who "married up" could be a classic Slytherin and yet not be the least bit Dark -- if that's what she's like. Re: Remus-- I like Remus too, and the friendship he has with Lily. They've been the responsible ones and the leaders and the prefects together for a year & a half by this point-- I would imagine they'd be pretty tight. And finally, I'm really flattered that you'd refer this to other writers-- thanks so much! Everyone has their own different take on these characters, so I'm glad that mine actually works for anyone besides me. Oh, and the paragraph breaks-- same thing happens to me in replying to reviews. Annoying. :) I wish I knew how to fix it. :) Anyway, thanks again for all the reviews-- they really help me in writing it.

Name: rambkowalczyk (Signed) · Date: 05/04/09 11:40 · For: Chapter 9- An Impossible Position
Very good chapter. It gives an interesting perspective on Slughorn.

Author's Response: Thank you-- I think Slughorn couldn't have had an easy time during the first war, since his Slytherin-ness was kind of out of keeping with the current trends at the time, but his talents and influence would probably have been very useful to whichever side.

Name: Charles Sinclair (Signed) · Date: 04/05/09 4:08 · For: Chapter 1- The End of the World
I made the transition to actually printing your story off a few months ago, all 78 pages of it. Perhaps this is not the most healthy of developments, but have I mentioned in passing just how very much I love it?

As Rowling has a somewhat sporadic tendency to be rather Dickensian with names (Remus Lupin, Lucius Malfoy), I went looking for Llewllyn. As a duel reference to Celtic gods of a solider and a healer (thanks wikipedia) it seems aptly ambiguous. I doubt this is just a happy coincidence. Excellent choice.

A couple of ultra low key quibbles with the slytherin placement…
- Isn’t Nott, to whom Avery is going to speak to about the game, a “rather elderly” widower, thus not in a age range with Severus? Perhaps this is another Nott relative though, its partly your universe here.
- I thought Regulus, at fourteen would be of an optimum age to be a Quidditch player, rather then an admittedly wiry, small Avery. At any rate, it would be fascinating to read even a very brief view of your take on their interaction. One can easily imagine some terrible acts of petty hatred through association on Severus’s part.

Its refreshing that you made Mulciber “almost handsome”. Slytherin needn’t be by default damned of any attractive qualities; wasn’t that a chief theme of the Deathly Hallows. As ever, I’m burning for the next instalment.

Author's Response: Sorry it has taken me so long to reply! I'm catching up on three chapters worth of reviews at once. You know, I have downloaded a few stories from other writers onto my computer, so I know what you mean about printing the story out. There are ones I don't want to lose if the author decides to move on or gets in a fight with the moderators or something. I'm honored you like this one so much. :) Re: Llewellyn-- I started with the celebrity relative angle, quite honestly, but since there are plenty of those as possibilities, I liked the Welch aspect of things. And when I looked up his name, it meant a combo of "leader" and "image," which is kind of intriguing for a rather complex OC. Anyway, glad you liked it! OK, Nott-- I read somewhere that JKR had said that about Theodore Nott, so this is just a cousin or something. It seems to be a fairly limited set of surnames, especially in Slytherin with the aversion to the fresh blood that Muggleborns bring. Re: Regulus and Avery-- I think of Regulus as tall like Sirius (not Gary Oldman) :) even at fourteen, so I was thinking of him as too lanky to be a Seeker. I've pictured Avery as never getting above about 5'4 or 5'5 or so, but being something of a dominant personality unlike, say, "little Peter Pettigrew." Good point, though-- typically you'd think Regulus would be younger and therefore smaller. I just figured he'd be tall like his brother. As for Mulciber, I pictured a guy who lived on the floor in my dorm in college-- a predatory good-looking frat boy with these dead eyes, the kind of guy who was probably the type behind those occasional newspaper stories of date-rape at fraternity parties. The kind of stories you'd overhear him telling his friends in the dorm lounge were chilling in his total lack of any kind of a conscience. Mulciber just throws in the blood-status thing there, I guess. To conclude, thanks as always for such a thoughtful and interesting review-- I hope the more recent chapters are working for you also. I'm plugging away on ch. 11.

Name: GinnyAndHarry214365 (Signed) · Date: 03/03/09 19:49 · For: Chapter 1- The End of the World
Love it! Keep wrighting! Its so awesome, though I think Sirius and James are a little too... I dont know somethings just not right there.

Author's Response: Glad you are enjoying it. :) Sirius and James are being seen from Severus's POV, and I'm basing that mostly on the scenes with them in "Snape's Worst Memory." I don't think I've written anything worse than what they did to him there-- actually, I don't think I've written anything even CLOSE to a relentless, non-stop series of humiliating, even painful, pranks, conducted by a group of them against one of him, in front of a girl they know he's friends with and suspect he's infatuated with. The stuff in "Snape's Worst Memory" is brutal-- hence Harry's response. Anyway, I'm trying to get my teenage James and Sirius from the canon-- that chapter, Lupin's memories, even Pettigrew's comments, as well as Dumbledore's more positive commentary-- so that's my spin on them. :) Hope that helps.

Name: GinnyAndHarry214365 (Signed) · Date: 03/03/09 11:49 · For: Chapter 8- Quite the Slytherin
Keep wrighting I love this! Its one of my favorites now.

Author's Response: Glad you like it, and thank you! :) I haven't abandoned it-- I've just been very busy, and stuck on chapter 9. But my two lovely betas are reading it right now, so hopefully I'll post it (and chapter 10, which is also complete) some time soon if they're approved. :)

Name: Sariana (Signed) · Date: 01/23/09 0:40 · For: Chapter 8- Quite the Slytherin
I read this chapter a while ago but am just now getting around to reviewing. Sorry about the delay.

This glimpse into the difficulties of being a Slytherin during the rise of Voldemort highlights the cruelty of Severus's situation. Durning all the debate about whether he was a hero or a villain or something in between, no one really addressed the issues that you present so vividly here. It is so easy to say, "Everyone has a choice" when we have not ever been in a situation where we really don't. Excellent work there.

I don't understand we Severus is so rueful about the Devil's Fire. I thought it was brilliant. Why is he regretting it? I also don't really understand why he is suspicious of Llewellyn, who reminds me vaguely of Dumbledore. Perhaps this early relationship with Professor Llewellyn is a precursor to Severus's later loyalty to Dumbledore? I noticed at least one reviewer also expressed doubts about Llewellyn's intentions.

I LOVE the final scene. I never did like Sirius Black in the original novels and just cannot comprehend the fan worship of him.

Author's Response: I wrote a nice, chatty reply, and the system logged me out and didn't post it-- sorry! I should apologize, first of all, for the delay in posting more chapters-- I have two more ready, the first of which is being beta'ed right now. OK, response to your insightful commentary: I think he's rueful about the Devil's Fire because of how black & white Lily has been in the past on anything pertaining to the Dark Arts, especially when it involves him. As for Llewellyn-- suspecting him is just basic Slytherin self-loathing. He's trying to separate himself from the worst elements of his House-- not that all Slytherins are bad-- and is immediately worried and suspicious about anything associated with it, especially anything that could threaten to undo all the hard work he has done to get Lily back. Finally, I'm with you about SIrius-- the adult one actually has some good traits, but the teenage one is basically shown as a clever, handsome, swaggering bully. But I do think that he'd be kicking himself for embarrassing Lily-- I hope that came across also. I really don't get the fan worship of the teenage Sirius either; the adult one at least has some good things (e.g. the way he is with Harry) to recommend him. Thanks again for the review-- I always love reading your comments. :) Anya

Name: NoxSomnium (Signed) · Date: 01/04/09 22:26 · For: Chapter 8- Quite the Slytherin
Mwahahaha, things get more dangerous. So the line, something about there being a long word for that in German, made me laugh muchly. It was so random, why German? I just giggled in reminiscence. He talked to Mary more, Yay! I really think that there isn't enough of Lily in the books for us to judge her properly, so my opinion of her really really varies from story to story depending on the authors point of view. I don't dislike her as you portray her, but I really think his obsession with her is unhealthy in most stories, so he should end up with Mary! And I just like Mary lots. I should probably go check how often I've told you that just so I can make sure I'm not being completely redundant.
Moving on, Good for Remus. I love him very much, but he really was frustrating in his youth.

Author's Response: Sorry it has taken me so long to reply! (or post a new chapter, for that matter-- I'm working on two right now). :) OK, responding to the points in your review: 1) I think there's a long word for everything in German. ;) 2) Mary is one of my favorite OC"s to write, so I'm glad you're liking her. I was trying to think up a character who could actually get along with both him and Lily. I'm with you about his obsession with Lily being unhealthy-- I get the impression from the canon that she was basically the one good thing in his life, ever, and that he really fixated on her for that reason. Finally, I'm trying to strike a balance when writing about the Marauders, which is hard since it's mostly from Severus's point of view and they're not exactly at their best when dealing with him-- I can imagine Remus having moments of actually showing some backbone. In this case, I think of Remus and Lily (the two 6th-year Gryffindor prefects, in this case) as being good friends, and an affront to her being reason enough for him to stand against Sirius for once. :) Thanks again for the review!

Name: rambkowalczyk (Signed) · Date: 01/03/09 21:14 · For: Chapter 8- Quite the Slytherin
These last two chapters are powerful. I thought for sure Snape was 'lost' after the last chapter. Although you have Snape teetering, at least he has some insight as to what he is doing.

Good conversations. I like how he handled Black. You showed his anguish well.

Author's Response: I actually have some fondness for the adult Sirius Black-- what he's been through, how he is with Harry, the way he's still the 21-year-old they threw in prison in some ways-- and I try to remember that when I'm writing the teenage version. I think he would do something stupid like this, and I think he'd be kicking himself for hurting or offending Lily, especially since he knows how James feels about her. He and James are definitely swaggering bullies, but they're not one-dimensional. Sorry it has taken me so long to reply.

Name: juli_dances (Signed) · Date: 01/03/09 16:02 · For: Chapter 8- Quite the Slytherin
I really like your story. Snape has intrigued me for a while, and your story really fleshes him out well. I'm looking forward to the next chapter and what will happen to him.

Author's Response: Thanks very much, and sorry it has taken me so long to reply. :) I have been working on another couple of chapters which, if they are approved, should be up fairly soon. He is a great character-- I agree with you completely that he's intriguing, and it's interesting trying to strike a balance in writing him taking a different path while still being himself. --Anya

Name: Zetera (Signed) · Date: 12/05/08 12:52 · For: Chapter 1- The End of the World
Hey, thanks for your email, and I'm loving this fic so far. I'm definitely keeping an eye on this - can't wait to read the rest when I get the chance!

Author's Response: Glad you're enjoying it-- I'm reworking a few things in the eighth chapter, and it should be up when I get those things taken care of. :) Thank you for the review!

Name: Minerva67 (Signed) · Date: 12/02/08 16:26 · For: Chapter 7- Flammae Diaboli
I seldom submit a review, but your story really understands the persona of Severus. I have had some experience with at-risk youth; your analysis of the teen-age Severus is an apt description of case studies in articles such as "Why Boys Join Gangs" in Educational and Psychological jounals. Snape"s background has all the elements: poverty, unemployment, abusive parents, crime-ridden slums, drugs, bullying, poor social skills. Few boys are able to make the break from the gang culture, but I hope that Severus is one of the successful ones. Some of the helpful tools you gave him was the religious encounter in the irish catholic church service, a mentor in Professor Llewellyn and the favorable reaction of a few Hufflepuff & Ravenclaw students. I am afraid though that his plan to sabotage the attack by the junior Deatheaters will backfire and that he will be too discouraged to keep fighting. It has always disturbed the that JKR always portrayed the Marauder"s viscious pranks as "fun'. I always saw James Potter and Sirius as spoiled, snobbish rich fraternity boys. Hogwarts has a disturbing tolerance for student bullying , both of Severus and later of Harry by Draco and Pofessor Snape. And over and over again Harry is let off the hook for defying school rules. I am eagerly awaiting your next chapters.

Author's Response: Sorry it has taken me so long to reply to your interesting and thoughtful review-- busy time of year. I think JKR did a great job of making Severus Snape someone from a background that would believably lead him toward something like the Dark Arts without being an inherently sadistic or brutal person; I remember reading "Snape's Worst Memory" in OOTP and thinking that his teenage self was probably about one hex away from whatever the wizarding equivalent is of something like Columbine. And yes, it bugged me too that all that bullying was allowed to go on-- including Draco's treatment of Harry, Hermione and probably any number of Muggleborns, and Professor Snape's treatment of Harry and Neville in particular. The thing that bothers me the most about the Marauders' bullying is that they almost seem to get rewarded for it: Lupin is made a prefect to try to keep his friends under control, and James, after six years of asserting his dominance over everyone by hexing them left right & center, gets made Head Boy. After a few of the books, I just started taking it that this is how Dumbledore runs things-- he lets Draco bully Harry, but he lets Harry break the rules, for example. Not that I agree with it, but he tends somewhat toward a laissez-faire approach and, quite honestly, toward favoritism. Speaking of which, I suppose it's more realistic of JKR to have the good-looking, rich, spoiled, popular, athletic guy get the girl-- but it's so stereotypical. Personally, I don't think either one of them is a better person than the other-- JKR said something in an interview about Severus not deserving Lily, but if that's the case, James doesn't deserve her either. He seems to me to have as many flaws as Severus; he just has a more attractive and confident exterior and a mean streak that tends toward bullying instead of bigotry. James Potter has all the advantages-- a little bit of poetic justice for the underdog might have been nice. :)

Name: Sariana (Signed) · Date: 11/17/08 11:51 · For: Chapter 7- Flammae Diaboli
Yet another fantastic chapter. You really have a handle on how Severus's mind works. I love how he keeps emphasizing that he doesn't care about the other students and how that actually gets in his way when creating this spell. His single-mindedness here is just like that in the original books.

I also like how you created a backstory for the Devil's Fire we see Severus use to protect the Philosopher's Stone.

I can't say enough about how impressed I am with your story. Please keep up the good work.

Author's Response: Thanks so much -- I'm working on the next chapter (and the one after that) and I hope they don't disappoint. One of my betas, Sandy, is a major Snape-aholic :) and wouldn't let me write anything OOC, so I'm in good hands. I really appreciate the reviews -- between reviews and my betas, I have such great feedback on whether I am doing a believable job of writing him as he might have become. I think your use of the term "single-mindedness" is a perfect description of him; the difference here is that it's several years earlier than in the canon but he's hit upon the fact that the Death Eaters and Dark Arts are an obstacle and not a help when it comes to the one thing he really wants. Thank you again -- my betas are looking over chapter 8, so hopefully I'll be posting it within the week, and chapter 9 is in the works.

Name: NoxSomnium (Signed) · Date: 11/16/08 22:18 · For: Chapter 7- Flammae Diaboli
Ah, but will he now understand that performing Dark Magic is harmful to him? That's the question.

Author's Response: Or will he just be petrified that Lily might find out? :)

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