3rd-5th Years • 70 Reviews
Dieter Heydrich is a model German boy. He has perfect Aryan complexion, is an exemplary member of the Hitler Youth, and is fanatically loyal to his beloved Führer.
But on his eleventh birthday, Dieter discovers a hidden magical world led by an extraordinary wizard named Gellert Grindelwald…
Nominated for QSQ 2009, Best History/Mystery.
WINNER of QSQ 2009, Best Male Original Character.
As you might have guessed, Für Das Größere Wohl
is German, meaning: “For the Greater Good.” Yes, this story is from the perspective of the bad guys.
1st-2nd Years • 14 Reviews
Summary: Beasts, Beings, and Everything in Between
, by Bindi Unai, has long been a cornerstone piece in American wizarding education. Ms. Unai, a teacher herself for many years, displays a gift for reaching students, even those whom have never met her. In her career, she was able to produce class after class of outstanding students, her textbook can more than be trusted in helping to educate young minds.
Ms. Unai has often said that is her wish that this book will serve as type of legacy to all she has offered to the world of academia. And with the wealth of information, as well as entertaining anecdotes, this book as more than accomplished this goal.
6th-7th Years • 26 Reviews
Everyone knows Oliver Wood. He's the seventh year Gryffindor obsessed with Quidditch. But why is he so focused? What drives him on? And how will he cope when the Dementors get too close to his Seeker, and Diggory catches the Snitch?
Shutting himself in the changing room showers, Oliver cannot bring himself to visit Harry in the hospital wing, for the Dementors have released long repressed horrors in his own life. Will he finally face the reality of his life and obsession?
This is Equinox Chick submitting her final for the Characterisation class on the MNFF beta boards.
I would like to thank Emma (Amortentia X) for her invaluable help in beta'ing this tale. She not only corrected my horrible punctuation but helped a great deal with characterisation. I would also like to thank fgweasley, inspirations, eternalangel, Electronic Quillster and luinrina for their suggestions in class. Last but most definitely not least - thank you, Prof Haylee for allocating me Oliver Wood!
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, but I doubt you're surprised by that.
** indicates a line taken from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
The opening lines are taken from a Stevie Smith poem called 'Not Waving, but Drowning.'
Nominated for a 2009 QSQ award in the Best Same Sex Pairing category. Thank you.
Also nominated for a 2010 QSQ award in the Best same Sex Pairing category. Thank you!
3rd-5th Years • 20 Reviews
All here life, Petunia listened to people say how special her little sister, Lily, was. And getting that letter
and running off to that school
only made things worse. So through the years, she sat on the sidelines and watched Lily become more and more amazing.
But what about her? A story through Petunia Evans' eyes on the subjects of Lily, Hogwarts, and a war most people don't even know is happening.
6th-7th Years • 28 Reviews
Summary: THE END IS NEAR. . .
Even Draco Malfoy is fearful of the end and joins ranks with Harry for his own protection, or at least that is what he leads everyone to believe. An unidentified Deatheater is found murdered in a dark alleyway. A Hogwarts teacher is found dead within the halls of the castle with Harry's name engraved in the forehead. It is definitely dark times.
Harry finds himself in constant self-conflict about who he really is, realizing new strengths and weaknesses. Hormones begin to flare. Secrets are created and exposed. Hearts are broken. Friends are lost, and the darkness of death envelopes the magical world, and even the Muggle world.
With the aid of the mysterious Grace-Fallen Widow, will Harry finally end all this chaos or shall he be destroyed in it?
3rd-5th Years • 394 Reviews
Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts. Canon-compliant. Nominated for a 2008 QSQ for best Post-Hogwarts story.
The war is over, and all is well, they say, but the wounds remain unhealed. Bitterness divides the Houses of Hogwarts. Can the first children born since the war's end begin a new era, or will the enmities of their parents be their permanent legacy?
3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Hogwarts was founded by four witches and wizards, great friends, and said to be the greatest of their age. But how did they meet, and what started them on the road to greatness?
1st-2nd Years • 297 Reviews
It's Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts. As an orphan, he has bounced backwards and forwards between his grandmother and his godfather. Follow him on a journey where he discovers the values of friendship, family and love, along with fighting the prejudices against his father, and getting through Defense Against the Dark Arts, with a teacher who just seems to hate him for no reason...
*DH spoilers, obviously*
NOTE: I am sorry, but I have left
this site, due to lack of time and personal issues concerning RL and the site. This story is discontinued here, but may well be posted elsewhere in the future.
3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
They say that just before you die, your life flashes before your eyes. But what does that really mean? How can a whole life be squashed into a few seconds?
Bellatrix Lestrange thinks she has lived a satisfying life. But it all comes back to earth when she's faced with her own mortality. She is forced to realise her wrongs, realise that she had never achieved what she had wanted as a child.
She is now faced with a question. The toughest one she has ever had to answer:
What could she have changed to make her life even better?
Her answer: everything.
Third place in the August Inter-House Co-Op!
Professors • 23 Reviews
Love is whatever you make it to be. Albus Severus/Scorpius
1st-2nd Years • 16 Reviews
Hugo Weasley is a great kid. He is a master at Quidditch, chess, maths, and books. He can't wait until his first year of Hogwarts like all his cousins and his perfect older sister, Rose.
That's why he's devastated when it doesn't come.
Hugo and his family must now figure out how to cope with this new situation. Will Hugo attend a Muggle school, befriend non-magical children, and somehow remain Ultimate Master of Chess through it all?
Find out through the eyes of an eleven year old boy in his journal.
1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews
Charity Burbage has just received a degree in Wizarding Education and is ready to change the world one student at a a time. But first she must interview successfully and begin planning for next year’s classes!
Submitted for the Summer Challenges: Educational Decree by Gigi of Ravenclaw
3rd-5th Years • 436 Reviews
Was it possible to save two lives in the past without altering history? Was it possible to give his parents a future twenty years after they had supposedly died? Teddy Lupin thought so...
1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
This is a story of Tom Riddle, the boy that never became a man. This is how he changed to become what he was. This is the story, the real story, of how Tom Riddle became Voldemort.
3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: There are those ‘little things’
that could bridge the chasm of time,
fan dying embers,
burst into flame,
and bring a heart to touch another heart.*
~This is LucillaJoanna of Hufflepuff sipping cocoa and waxing poetic By the Fireside for The Winter Tales Challenges
6th-7th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: "I know the pieces fit cuz I watched them tumble down.
No fault, none to blame. It doesn't mean I don't desire to
point the finger, blame the other, watch the temple topple over;
to bring the pieces back together, rediscover communication. Cold silence has a tendency to atrophy any sense of compassion between supposed lovers, between supposed brothers.
In May 1945, Albus Dumbledore defeated the dark wizard Grindelwald. A few days after this, Albus ponders his life and the schism which, nearly fifty years prior, tore his life apart. Can his brother forgive him? Can he forgive Gellert Grindelwald?
3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Hannah Abbott grew up much faster than most will ever know. At the tender age of seventeen, she is the only one there for her autistic brother. She has to be strong enough for both of them.
This fiction deals with the cold hard facts about autism. Do not read if you believe you will be offended.
6th-7th Years • 31 Reviews
This story picks up at the end of Chapter Thirty- Six in the Deathly Hallows. Do not read if you have not read Deathly Hallows. It will spoil that book for you.
Harry wants to date Ginny now that Voldemort is dead ,but how will that conflict with his new job as an Auror? Ginny has to go back to school but not before some major changes in her life.
Hermione kissed Ron in the middle of the final battle. Does that mean that they are now dating?
Ron will also have to decide if he wants to work for his best friend, or his brother, who just lost his best friend.
Arthur, Kingsley, and McGonagall all have new jobs, and someone still needs to lead the Order of the Phoenix. There are also a lot of escaped Death Eaters to hunt down.
So many answers to be had and so many more questions to be asked, you will have to read to find out.
**J. K. Rowling owns these characters and locations, I just get to play with them.**
1st-2nd Years • 7 Reviews
James Potter and Scorpius Malfoy have a confrontation while serving detention together.
Intervention won second place in the September One-Shot Challenge!
1st-2nd Years • 50 Reviews
Fred and George persuade a very young Ron to make an Unbreakable Vow with them.