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Vrzepka posted a comment on Saturday 16th February 2019 2:48am for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Great getting really good now

Vrzepka posted a comment on Saturday 16th February 2019 12:42am for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Liking it more

Cassandra30 posted a comment on Tuesday 16th August 2011 1:27am for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Excellent! This is such a good story!

mantis posted a comment on Sunday 12th April 2009 4:12pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

A Moody-style trunk sounds like a very good investment. Reminds me of D&D -- the one magic item every adventuring party simply *must* acquire as soon as humanly (or elvishly, dwarvishly, etc.) possible was always a Bag of Holding. Maybe Harry can get himself a backpack with that sort of extra-dimensional space inside...

"He never did find out what happened to Draco during the war." That's an interesting bit of news. It seems like something Harry would make an effort to find out, too, especially since you mentioned earlier that he suspected Draco was the one who'd butchered Ginny during the Hogwarts Massacre.

"keep certain peoples’ mouths from writing checks their bodies can’t cash." Brit-pick! Of course, that's exactly the sort of Americanism Harry could have picked up from the war-mages, so it doesn't really matter if it's not a British idiom.

“Envious, Potter?” Sound like I was right: it is the Malfoys influencing the Ministry to prevent Sirius' release. And Draco just let it slip, if Harry's sharp enough to work it out...

"In case anyone was wondering, I’m not a Gilderoy Lockhart fan." Is there such a thing? It seems to me he and Umbridge are the only two characters so unremittingly awful, so lacking in anything resembling a redeeming quality that they're NEVER portrayed in a positive light even in the most acanonical of fan-fic. I think it's that they're not only villainous, but utterly incompetent -- Voldemort, Draco, Bellatrix etc. are appealing in some ways to some readers because of their abilities, whereas there's nothing at all to admire in the narcissistic fraud or the bureaucratic hack.

Tammy Driver posted a comment on Thursday 10th July 2008 1:41am for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Maybe you should feed Lockhart to the Basilisk....::hint hint hint::

redhandgrunt posted a comment on Saturday 24th May 2008 11:12am for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Are there ANY Gilderoy Lockhart fans?

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Saturday 24th November 2007 12:29pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Good chapter.

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Robit the Hobbit posted a comment on Saturday 29th April 2006 7:58pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Is anyone a Lockhart fan?

Excellent story

Tatterdemalion posted a comment on Friday 31st March 2006 7:36pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

Not a Lockhart fan! I never would have guessed! Except for, you know, the whole putting Lockhart down at every opportunity. Brovo on a job well done in that, btw.

Headology

Christina C. Keimig posted a comment on Monday 20th March 2006 1:58pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

I love your Luna! This has been such an excellent read so far!

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Sunday 19th March 2006 3:43pm for A Most Interesting Start of Term...

The crew meets Luna and a vastly rebuilt Neville Longbottom; unfortunately, they still get Gilderoy Lockhart. However, a forewarned and forearmed Hermione is ready for him. (She's going ga-ga over *Ron* instead, much to his embarrassment.) Luna is sorted into Gryffindor, not Ravenclaw, this time around. (Thus the Original Six are now in the same House.) Ginny doesn't have that Horcrux (the diary); Harry does, safely tucked into the bottom of his trunk. Second years vs. Pixies *does* happen; however, the Fearsome Foursome take them down with Stunners. Great reworking, Viridian!