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Vrzepka posted a comment on Saturday 16th February 2019 2:49am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Better and better

Vrzepka posted a comment on Saturday 16th February 2019 1:30am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Nice Malfoy badhing

Raethor posted a comment on Tuesday 26th February 2013 11:45am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

of course your having fun with luna, its hard not to

Cassandra30 posted a comment on Tuesday 16th August 2011 1:53am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

I love the scene with Neville and Draco! It was inexcusable what Draco said. It was intended to cause pain and humiliation. He just got more than he bargained for.

Gogirl posted a comment on Saturday 27th June 2009 5:22pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Wooo! Loved it!

mantis posted a comment on Sunday 12th April 2009 4:15pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

I'm thinking Harry will need to come clean with Dumbledore at some point; being at odds with the Headmaster can't be good for his long-term goals, and if he let Dumbledore into his mind, showed him all that transpired, Dumbledore would probably give his full support to Harry's efforts at preventing the tragedies to come, especially since he's already proved that the timeline can be changed without engendering any universe-destroying paradox.

“Some varieties of Muggles think wizards and witches are inherently evil, too." Heh! Nice plink at the fundy twits who'd like to ban the Harry Potter books...

"He knew that when Hermione came up with a scheme, she usually preferred to not unveil it until she’d worked out all the bugs." Interesting insight! I hadn't thought of it that way, but that does explain some of Hermione's more frustrating actions in the series, notably how cryptic she was about setting up the interview. That one especially annoyed me because it royally screwed up Harry's first (and, because of that, last) date with Cho, and I sail on that particular ship. If Hermione had told Harry why she wanted him to meet her, he could have told Cho, and she could have come with him, and probably felt a lot better for actually being present when he gave his account of Cedric's death. All through OotP I kept wanting to shake the boy and shout, "For the love of Merlin, when a girl picks your shoulder to cry on, that's a good thing!"

If Harry keeps making such effective use of his alliance with/hold over Rita, I wonder if Lucius might have her assassinated? She ought to do something about her personal security... although actually, a highly successful professional libeler like her probably has pretty decent security, as there must already be plenty of people in the Wizarding World who'd love to see her dead.

"It amazed Harry that some people considered Arthur Weasley ‘weak’ or ‘hen-pecked’." Heh. Some people in the Wizarding World, or in fandom? It seems to me those stereotypes are more prevalent out here than among characters in the books.

Great idea of Hermione's, and I like that Harry has no problem capitalizing on his celebrity when it's to help his friends and teammates, rather than for his own benefit (he, after all, doesn't even need a new broom).

"how to destroy the ring without losing a hand." Not really a problem, if you have the sense not to put the bloody thing on before destroying it, but of course we didn't know that until DH.

Didn't think burning the the diary would work, even if this was written before JKR revealed just how hard Horcruxes are to destroy. Still, the solution is down there in the Chamber; Harry just needs to expose the basilisk to the sound of a crowing rooster, then collect six of its fangs... or perhaps only five, since he hopes to extract the Horcrux from the Sorting Hat without destroying the Hat itself.

"...secret alliance with the Vampire clans." Not the Tremere, I hope? Better them than the Lasombra or Tzimisce, though...

Nice job planting the seeds for a Neville-Luna romance -- it didn't happen in canon, unlike H/G and R/Hr, but with the Hex (as some of us like to call the group that fought at the DoM) forming up so much earlier, and Luna in Gryffindor, it makes a lot sense that the two erstwhile outcasts would bond.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Saturday 24th November 2007 2:49pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Outstanding, really good chapter. I soooo love Luna.

gunny

Minerva Granger posted a comment on Tuesday 28th August 2007 5:59pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Well, I have to admit there's one which is kind of obvious. It's from the first book, Philosopher's/Sorcerer's Stone, where Harry says to Neville, "You're worth ten of Malfoy. The Sorting Hat chose you for Gryffindor, didn't it? And Where's Malfoy? In stinking Slytherin."

And now I'm done with my Hermione impression, congratulaions on a great chapter

Ensyia posted a comment on Sunday 27th May 2007 7:26am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Neville's parents were tortured to insanity by Draco's aunt. Draco called Luna insane, in a sense, provoking Neville, who I believe hates people being called insane like that, to attack Draco.

Rayven posted a comment on Friday 16th February 2007 10:49am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

I’m offering one (1) original character for the person who recognizes the homage I paid with Neville and Luna in this chapter.



I know I'm horribly late with the answer, and I couldn't care about an OC, but I wanted to answer anyway ;)

The homage you mentioned would be Luna's comment

“At least I won’t have to change my initials.”


Luna Lovegood and Luna Longbottom both have the same initials - L.L.

Anyway, on with the reading, this story is very captivating.

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Tuesday 31st October 2006 12:55pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Wonderful Neville-to-the-rescue scene.

I love a strong and capable Nev.

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Tuesday 31st October 2006 12:54pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Excellent self-talk for Dumbledore. I can't really blame him for being hesitant about Harry, but doubting Arthur is low.

Great tale!

M. R. Moore posted a comment on Thursday 17th August 2006 3:22am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

“At least I won’t have to change my initials.” Looks like she has her sites set.

Robit the Hobbit posted a comment on Saturday 29th April 2006 9:19pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

I have a suspicion that you are not too keen on the ferret either.

Another good chapter.

Rocky235 posted a comment on Saturday 1st April 2006 5:24am for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

“At least I won’t have to change my initials.”

An excellent line by Luna, and of course, yourself.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Sunday 19th March 2006 1:50pm for An Interlude in Dumbledore's Office - and Draco Receives his Due...

Piss off Neville Longbottom and get away with it? No chance of that, as the Ferret finds out the hard way (Draco insults Luna, and runs into Neville the Magical Buzzsaw, who beats down on Draco Muggle-fashion). Severus is having Gryffindor Issues (he finds out that Team Harry are becoming Occulmens, much to his dismay) and Hermione finds a counter to Draco's buying his way onto the Slytherin Quidditch Team (she gets Nimbus to supply the Gryffindors with new brooms). You heard right; *Hermione Granger* actually does something for the Gryffindor *Quidditch Team*. The Bad News for Slytherin thus becomes Even Worse. The second year Defense class is picking *Lock*hart apart like he was a demonstrator in locksmithing class.