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Summary: Who said that all heroes had to be brave?
Who said that all heroes had to be bold?
Who said that all heroes should be Gryffindors?
Who said that all heroes want to be heroes?

Who said that Harry Potter was a hero?

Harry Potter has never thought himself to be an ordinary boy - and he is proven right when in the middle of the night an old woman and a large man come to speak with him.
This is the story of Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived, Slytherin snake.

Categories: Alternate Universe Genre: Warnings: Abuse, Alternate Universe, Mild Profanity, Strong Profanity, Violence

Word count: 55247 Chapters: 11 Completed: No
Published:
12/07/10 Updated: 12/10/11


Reviewer: Sliverblade Signed
Date: 07/03/12 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1 - The Dead

This chapter is really good. I liked it.

 
Reviewer: Sliverblade Signed
Date: 07/03/12 Title: Chapter 5: Chapter 5 - Gringotts

A very good chapter. I enjoy reading it.

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