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kyoshi posted a comment on Saturday 5th November 2011 8:05am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Great story, well written and believable.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Monday 7th December 2009 8:14pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Good chapter.

gunny

mrpietan posted a comment on Friday 13th March 2009 11:43pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Just completed Apprentice, Journeyman and now up through here on Master ... damn good job ... excellent consistancy ... No, I will not be a beta .. I suck and beta'ing .. :P

Andrius posted a comment on Monday 16th February 2009 7:15pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Ouch, Harry messed up. Terrorism isn't pretty. I'm glad things don't always go according to his plan, makes the story realistic.

Nice work with Harry using his 'push' trick and pretending to do magic with his wand. I bet that will start a few legends about this new Dark Lord :)

Vyrexuviel posted a comment on Tuesday 10th February 2009 9:32pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

WANT. MORE. NOW. I just finished reading the entire series. This is the best work of HP fanfic I've read so far, and I've been following this since book 3 came out. PLEASE update soon! I'll be checking every day to see if you've posted something new.

Patches posted a comment on Saturday 31st January 2009 5:07am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Wow! Harry is really racking up points against him if they ever figure out who he is. It is too bad people died in this last "prank" against the purbloods. I really liked the things Harry didn't leave to people that thought they deserved it. The "gift" he left Umbridge was priceless. Either way she loses and so does Dudley. I look forward to more of this story. Thank you for writing. pms

Minerva Granger posted a comment on Thursday 29th January 2009 3:41pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Cool, weird, and slightly worrying. I love your work.

weixuan18 posted a comment on Wednesday 21st January 2009 12:31am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Ho, ho, I have to say, this is really good. I specifically liked the look on Tonks face at the end. Brilliant, if I may say so.

Would love it if you update. Heh, but I won't push you. Take your time.

Kingtad posted a comment on Monday 19th January 2009 6:10pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

I love the whole trilogy! I was kind of iffy at the anger Harry had at the start of "Apprentice", but sticking with it turned out great!

Personally I would love it if you got Hermione back with Harry, but that seems done and over with, doesn't it?

I can't wait to see the ramifications of Harry's accidental-ish terrorist act!

Kitiem posted a comment on Sunday 18th January 2009 10:30am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

I did not see that last one coming, Harry being the new dark lord as well as being the new lord black/potter. It was easy imagining Tonks's shock. Very nice!

Carol Layland posted a comment on Tuesday 13th January 2009 3:37pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Hello Draco, This was an interesting chapter. I am impressed with your imagination and ability to make me believe in the story line. Very nicely done

Concealed Convict posted a comment on Monday 12th January 2009 7:21am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Please update soon! The development of the story is really interesting as is the various ways in which each of the characters acts and reacts to the various situations. Thanks for including scene breaks; it was confusing, trying to judge where one scene ended and another began.

Keep writing and update soon
Concealed-Convict

Crys posted a comment on Monday 12th January 2009 6:28am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Hmm. Claiming the new Black patriarch is the new dark lord may blow up in his face. I'm sure it'll be important later, at any rate.

Highly entertaining.

brad posted a comment on Sunday 11th January 2009 1:51pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Just thinking about it ... if it wasn't for the fact that I'm pretty sure 'Master Potter' is your last novel in this series ... although I forget where exactly I got that impression ... I'd be suspecting that the sequel to this story might be 'Dark Lord Potter' or maybe 'Minister Potter'. More likely the former, given that Harry has now killed innocent people. Musing mightily about what you're doing!

cpd6000 posted a comment on Saturday 10th January 2009 7:05pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

yay, update!

It's been a while,I'm gonna have to reread all the stories to get up to speed again, lol

cmatbmed posted a comment on Saturday 10th January 2009 4:38pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Very glad to see the update. A few weeks ago I broke down and reread the trilogy just for my own version of an update. So thanks for sharing.

I really liked the use of transfiguration in the jailing/holding of the criminals.

I wonder if Hermione is going to be in shock of his power now. Stands up to half a dozen aurors without a scratch.

I also liked the way that you showed just how dangerous magic can be. I can see why the population in the wizarding world is so low. It always seems like a simple spell could cause a lot of damage.

Again thanks for the update :-)

Anthony May posted a comment on Saturday 10th January 2009 1:09pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Wonderful Story, the ending scene was very
intense and very imaginative. Keep up the great work. I can't wait for the update. Please don't make us wait too long!!

Gardengirl posted a comment on Saturday 10th January 2009 9:00am for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

I loved how Harry taunted Tonks! I expect we'll be seeing her at Number 12 here soon, demanding an explanation. Thanks for reposting :)

bob dole posted a comment on Friday 9th January 2009 8:20pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

I am not with these people moaning about how evil Harry has become. Fudge is by any measurement guilty of everything from corruption to manslaughter (by having direct culpability in plenty of deaths). The wizarding world is by any measurement a corrupt, unsalvageable government. In JKRworld it is pretended that it is always appropriate to let bygones be bygones. If Fudge lets innocent people rot in Azkaban for political reasons (which is basically torturing someone for your own gain) then it is enough to make him lose his job.

Total crap. In the real world people would demand blood and not rest until they got it. And if Wizarding Britain is so broken and corrupt that justice is impossible, well, there is a long history of violent rebellion against corrupt governments in the muggle world. And that is not evil.

Anyway. I really love this story, it's among my top 5 or so HP fics. The only downside is the deadly slow update rate. Can't wait for more.

brad posted a comment on Friday 9th January 2009 5:22pm for Gathering storms, with a handful of deaths

Oh boy. I can't help but feel that you're taking a big risk here, as an author of a RAPIDLY darkening protagonist who has now taken innocent lives in his one-man stand against the legal government. I think I recall reading some negative reviews with your last chapter ... I'll have another gander after posting this, see what people are saying for this one.

Having been so long I re-read the previous chapter before starting on this new one. My H/Hr bias still wants me to push for a H/Hr ending to this story, but I guess ... sigh ... it's not going to happen. Harry's not wanting Hermione to be the mother of his children put paid to that pretty quickly. I still like to think that Hermione's showing more backbone, in worrying about Harry's ethical stance and fearing for his changing character, than Blaise is by just accepting things and going with the flow. Oh well. What might make Hermione a good wife - were Harry so inclined, which it seems he isn't - will still make her a good friend as well. I'll have to settle for that. But Apprentice Potter will always stand as a unique work in how you had the H/Hr romance shape up! :-)

Enjoyed the reading of the will ... the thing with Umbridge was clever. I wonder what she and/or Dudley will do?

For some reason I liked, too, your couple of sentences of description of Andromeda Tonks. Maybe I feel sorry for her, given who she lost in the canon. :-( Anyway, it was a dignified description, I'm glad your Harry recognised her worth, both in writing the will and in his observations of its reading.

Wondering if there's anything behind Ginny's "no falling tears"? Of course that's the only 'good' thing that canon!Harry noted about canon!Ginny aside from her physical charms ... her not crying.

Are we supposed to be getting worried about Ron, about his lack of concentration snowballing? It would be horrible if that old mistake of Harry's - going to the Ministry to save Sirius - claimed another victim, at this late date.

Again, I think your/Dumbledore's using the Stone to confirm Harry's death is very clever. I like any fanfic that puts that particular Hallow to good use, given how Rowling only bunged it in just so she could do her favoured 'death march' scene ... and otherwise didn't use it at all.

Thanks for continuing on with your stories; there are too many fanfic authors who have just left their work incomplete. I appreciate your pushing on with yours.

Well, time to see what others are saying about your murderer!Harry. I'm not feeling too good about him myself ... I wonder what Hermione's reaction will be in the next chapter? :-(