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frat posted a comment on Tuesday 10th October 2006 11:14am

in the dueling club chapter you menchined harry,ron,hermione,and neville not working with the others in the practical lessons with others because they practiced extra but you say "Whenever Lockhart told them to pair off, the two boys and two girls made sure they hooked up." who is the second girl and where is the third guy?

Viridian replied:

The two boys are Seamus and Dean, and the two girls are Lavender and Parvati... they really didn't  want to practice against Harry and his friends, not with all the extra training they are going through!

artiel8857 posted a comment on Tuesday 10th October 2006 1:36am

Over a month suffering through a cliffhanger is killing me :( Awesome, Awesome story! Please update soon!

jono74656 posted a comment on Tuesday 26th September 2006 7:01am

Bloody Good show!
It's about time he could stop angsting over the 'big secret'- at least partially.

I really don't wanna know what'll happen to Sirius' pursuers if Harry gets pissed though!

Eagerly awaiting updates

Sterling posted a comment on Saturday 23rd September 2006 11:28pm

I loved the wrap up for the second year and I am looking forward to your further work :-)

Sterling posted a comment on Saturday 23rd September 2006 5:29am

This has been the best chapter yet....for the exact reason you said some people wouldn't like it :-)

Characters are at their most believable and raise the most empathy when they are fallible of flawed. Nicely done, I especially liked your portrayal of Arthur. I think you got the essence of the man spot on with a lovely sparsity of words.

timmerator posted a comment on Friday 22nd September 2006 6:04am

I've read your other stories posted here, with some interest, out of bordom waiting for your next installment of Nightmares. They are good... but, you've really whet my appetite for more of the proactive/violently reactive Harry that you have created with JR's help.

please sir , may I have some more?


Stephanie1 posted a comment on Wednesday 20th September 2006 9:28am

Brillant! Can't wait for the neaxt chapter and see Sirius in Action! He is one of y fav charcters. Love your story so far and can't wait for more.

brad posted a comment on Saturday 16th September 2006 9:09am

Another great chapter and a great read.

I was betting that Harry might have to bring out a pensieve to *show* Molly some of his memories ... 'a picture being worth a thousand words' and all that. An image of dead!Ginny would convince her to believe Harry (and not inform Dumbledore) where mere words could not. But it was a superior Molly you showed us here, someone who is more than just the stereotypical mother/housewife that she appears to be most of the time.

Harry's revelation was excellent, all the same ... I continue to enjoy how you've been able to keep the tension up with all these 'Harry tells the truth' cusps in your story. The bit with Ginny was wonderful - "No sooner did the words leave his mouth than he found himself hopping on one foot". Heh. That plus her 'ragged voice' ... it was a perfect mix/balance of emotions. It's your abilty to make us *believe* so strongly how these people feel and love for each other that makes your story so engrossing.

Did Harry test Percy that final time, to ensure that he'd moved on from being 'nearly flawless'?

Very satisfying to read of the kids' continued training. I like what you're doing with Neville, showing us the shades of grey in the wizarding world. Augusta *isn't* a pureblood supremist who desires the extinction or subjugation of 'lesser' people and races, but she still has values and sees Luna as undesirable for Neville. Hmmm. Luna's a pureblood too, I think, so maybe wizarding purity doesn't come into it at all; simply societal standing, the Lovegoods being seen as eccentric and something of a laughing stock, an inferior match for a Longbottom?

While you've left us with an exciting cliffhanger I'm betting it turns out to be an anticlimax leading into the next chapter. What's the use of all these fancy wards if they can't stop simple dementors, anyway? I reckon Harry and Sirius will be able to skip over the wards - maybe with a patronus assist - and the Burrow's defences will then hold back the Azkaban guards. But what then? A siege? Sirius revealed? Or is this just a setup for a strong dementor/Azkaban theme for Harry's third year?

As usual I can't wait to find out! Thanks for this chapter, looking forward muchly to the next one! Thanks for all the time you put into this excellent story.

sandstar08 posted a comment on Friday 8th September 2006 6:35am

*clicks furiously on the next button and shrieks in horror when it doesn't work*

you didn't! *gasp* you left us a cliffhanger! curse you! *shakes fist* wait... postpone that curse until after you finish the book (or series!) but siriusly, keep up the great work!

Anaknisatanas posted a comment on Thursday 7th September 2006 10:36pm

Oh man, what a place to end the chapter! Still I was glad to see Harry finally fill the rest of the Weasley family in on his past. I'm especially glad that Percy seems to be fairly accepting of it and I hope that Harry and he have another talk in the future about the Ministry. I hate to see Neville being excluded because of his grandmother. It would be awesome if Harry had a 'talk' with Mrs. Longbottom but I can understand how that might not fit in with Harry's characterization.

I'm glad to see how protective Ron is of Harry. I enjoy seeing the Gryffindor 6 interact with one another and grow closer. I'm curious about the other summer projects Hermione might be working on and I'm also glad to see that the others are so accepting of Luna.

Meteoricshipyards posted a comment on Thursday 7th September 2006 2:19am

Evil Cliffie! But wonderful chapter.

The twists and turns of time travel can give anyone a headache.

Glad he was able to finally tell the Weasleys. The discussion about what Dumbledore would do was rather frightening.

Mrs. Longbottom is almost funny, but rather sad in her treatment of Neville.

Hope you get another chapter out soon.

Thanks for writing this,

Tom A.

John Clark posted a comment on Tuesday 5th September 2006 10:38pm

The Mrs. has this to say: we are much appreciative of this chapter and look hopefully foward to the soon-to-come next one. We have a disagreement that can only be settled with its release.

We felt that the full discloser scene was well written. It is good for Harry to know that he has others to help him strategize. I am interested in Percy's development post enlightenment.

Terry Swain posted a comment on Tuesday 5th September 2006 7:02am

Great chapter.

Fernir posted a comment on Tuesday 5th September 2006 6:18am

But a rabid Sirius would be fun. Not to mention all the jokes you could make about nobody being able to tell...

Still, that was a terrible cliffhanger, Viridian. Shame!

I also blame you on my recent binge of reading Naruto fanfics. The time of reckoning is fast approaching!

(Though it can be pushed off for a time with the successful uploading of another chapter. Bribery will get you everywhere.)

In any case, very nicely done chapter, and I look forward to reading more of NoFP and Team 8 in the future.

Manatheron posted a comment on Tuesday 5th September 2006 1:41am


Now that is just EVIL! NOW what am I supposed to do? Wait for the next one?!?


Excellent chapter though, I found 'gran's' reaction to be fairly interesting as well. Is this going to keep up? and was neville's tutor even slightly suprised by his level of compitence?

anonymous5 posted a comment on Tuesday 5th September 2006 12:24am

Another spectacular chapter. It's as though you've got far too much to impart even on this large a scale. Thanks so much for sticking with this story; I can't wait to check out the next installment!

MonkeyAxman1302 posted a comment on Monday 4th September 2006 7:23am

Excellent again. I really liked the reactions to the secret from the Weasley's. I especially thought that Percy and Molly were done accurately!! I also like the way Percy was yet again put in his place, hopefully all this Percy bashing means he won't turn into a complete plank later on!!

Interesting way to bring Sirius back, but your annoying and evil for ur cliffie! I'm not sure whether the cloaked figures are just chasing Sirius or area actually after Harry?!?

The side plot of Neville's gran seems a little strange. From Canon she nevers seems to do much of anything for Neville so I kind of doubt that she would try to find him alternatives instead of Luna. Although it is a very pureblood thing to do I suppose!

Brilliant story though, can't wait for more!!


MrRobertsIII posted a comment on Monday 4th September 2006 3:10am

rather than sit around wasting my time trying to be a normal student."
-too true. One part of JKR's story that makes little to no sense.

The idea of Ron being subtle anywhere outside of the chessboard felt like an utter violation of the natural order, but there it was
-Made me laugh. Nice job with Ron.

Harry imagined that the twins’ numerous disciplinary notices ended up inside the fireplace instead of on the mantle.
-another chuckle.

"She warned me about how, if I was too aggressive or too skilful, it might intimidate boys.
-Sheesh. Do mothers really warn their daughters of this?

Mr. Weasley’s face had gone grim, and Harry supposed he’d done little more than confirm some of his nagging doubts.
-I've said it in previous reviews, but it is still so nice to see a Smart!Mr.Weasley. Usually most fics have the Whipped and Meek versions.

but he supposed his presence had changed things enough that his guardian bought a different ticket this time
-Hey, maybe the Cannons do have chance after all.

Excellent cliff-hanger!

Why was this chapter rated adult?

Bernd Jacobitz posted a comment on Sunday 3rd September 2006 7:54pm

Very good and quite fluffy chapter. Considering the update intervalls I feel the cliffy is kind of cruel........

AK posted a comment on Sunday 3rd September 2006 5:40pm

Ooooh Dementors! Hum wonder if they can communicate? Awaiting the next chapter for the answers!

Also I still think that you should have broken down your stories, if only for clarity's sake.