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12/03/04




Girl, 16, charming but insane. Without Harry Potter, I'm not entirely sure I would live.

Ships: Ron/Hermione, Harry/Ginny, Luna/Neville, Tonks/Lupin (even before HBP came out)

Favorite HP book: Goblet of Fire

Favorite movies: The Princess Bride, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, National Treasure, Pirates of the Caribbean, Back to the Future

If I could meet any five characters from the HP books besides the main 3 they would be Lupin, Fred and George (they count as one ;-) , Luna, Hagrid, and Dumbledore.

Love and Insanity, Weasel King Fan



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After the Die is Cast by Mudblood428

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 596 Reviews
Summary: Since the tragedy at the Astronomy Tower, Harry has become an even more formidable wizard, but a shocking revelation may mean the difference between life and death for The Boy Who Lived. It is the final stage of Harry's quest to destroy Lord Voldemort - can he save the Wizarding World and those he loves from the treachery of the Dark Lord... and also save himself? [Action takes place in media res towards the end of Harry's Seventh Year at Hogwarts (Post-HBP).]

Year Seven: Harry Potter & The Blood Debt by GringottsVault711

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 840 Reviews
Summary: Harry, heavy with the summer's grief and his future's burden, begins his final year at Hogwarts. He will hide something from his two best friends, but he isn't the only one keeping secrets; there's a mysterious organization on the rise, and Hogwarts is under fire from the public. The truth about the past will be revealed, while secrets of the present are hidden, and Harry must struggle to find his own sense of morality, all while knowing that his destiny is to kill. SEQUEL to Harry's Sixth Year. This story is PRE-HBP

Dear Mrs. Potter... by DaisyMaeEvans

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 202 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: Professor Granger deals with a pair of students who have inherited a knack for trouble...

The Ghost of Godric Gryffindor by GoG

Rated:643 Reviews
Summary: At the start of Harry’s sixth year, the wizarding world is falling further under Voldemort’s evil control. Fudge has declared a draconian State of Emergency, but he is little more than Lucius Malfoy’s corrupt puppet. But when Malfoy seeks to impose Voldemort’s racist Pureblood ideology upon Hogwarts - the last bastion of the Light - the students rise up in revolt.

The spirits of the great Witches and Wizards of the Light, fearful for the future of the Wizarding world, send Harry and his friends a powerful ally, to help them in the desperate struggle to save Hogwarts and the wizarding world from impending darkness.

An epic struggle of Good against political corruption, racism, elitist ideology ... and Ultimate Evil. The roller-coaster plot twists and turns into the past and future – and Nightmare Realities, where the terrible consequences of failing to stop Voldemort are chillingly revealed.

A story to fascinate the intelligent reader ... philosophy, politics, time-travel, romance, humour ... and a few very cunning ideas.

Harry's Sixth Year by GringottsVault711

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1068 Reviews
Summary: Harry's sixth year; the burden of the prophecy, the grief over the loss of Sirius, the wizarding war, blossoming romances, the new Quidditch Captain, Weasley family drama - and that's just part of it.

The Signature by JayLu

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 18 Reviews
Summary: Sirius and James try to convince Remus to uphold his word on a bet made the night before.

Stargazing by Loki MM

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: A conversation between Firenze and Harry while looking at the stars. Sometimes healing is found in the strangest of places.

Crossing the Board by Seren

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 22 Reviews
Summary: There have always been arguments over which piece of the board is the most powerful. Most will say the Queen; she can mimic any move, take any square. Others will say the King; despite his limited mobility, the entire point is to protect your king and capture your opponents. It is the center piece of the game. There are any number of arguments for five of the pieces. The last piece, or pieces, are often neglected. They are the front line, the first defence, and the first to fall. All but one. And Ron must see it to the other side.