Penname: no it all [Contact]
Real name: Nikki
Member Since: 02/21/05
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Female. Age 13. Amature author and poet with spelling problems. Curently intrested in the parings HG/HP, HG/DM, HG/SS, HG/RL, And HG/AD. Caution, can be overly creative (Hermione and Dumbledore?) Enjoys and makes refrences to Country music.
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Stories by no it all

Summary: This is the final battle, where Voldimort is destroied once and for all. But how this comes about is a mystery to most. Its just Harry, Dumbledore and Voldimort in a odd room in the department of mysteries at the ministry. Voldemort has his wand pointed at Dumbledore. Harry screams "NNNOOOOO!!!" and just before the fatel cures takes Dumbledore's life, him and harry switch bodies.

Categories: Hermione/Other Character Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 977 Chapters: 1 Completed: No
Published:
02/21/05 Updated: 02/21/05


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