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Jerome posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 11:24pm

Ooooohhh you're dirty *smiles*

Rob Clark posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 9:38pm

Very nice. Something tells me the Vatican boys are going to have an empty storeroom soon. :)


Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 9:08pm

*laughs* It shall be "interesting" to see what he has planned for that basilisk; somehow I doubt Waldorf will really appreciate it, even if it does address all the Vatican's concerns.

Somehow I doubt the Italian aurors are going to be too annoyed with him, either. There's something about Harry that just attracts bad guys stupid instincts.

CRose posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 8:47pm

Ah man, I really wanted to see what was going to happen next! Sigh...

Renzo7 posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 6:51pm

Great work, though I'm dissappointed that you let them get Harry so easily with the stunners... with the guards and obvious attitude, I expected Harry's training to help him do something... not just get stunned. Still, nice chapter, keep it up.

lordblack posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 5:26pm

another wonderful chapter

T.Zukumori posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 5:21pm

Excellent chapter, as always. I've loved this series since it started, and am very happy that you are still actively writing it. Thank you again for all your hard work.

Nothing to say that hasn't already been commented upon plot-wise, but I would like to note the very believable and satisfying job you do on Harry's internal thoughts and characterization.

Thanks again, and I look forward to another chapter.

-T.Zukumori posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 4:21pm

OUTSTANDING CHAPTER!!!! I hope Harry can make the Basilisk continue to do its job without having to kill it. Its very cruel of the church(the scum suckers anyways) to make Harry somebody who has never followed there dumb rules to do their dirty work because their to cowardly to do it. I can't wait to see what happens next. I hope that Harry and Hermione and Blaise can reconcile their differences. DO keep up the outstanding work and update soon please:):):):)

Taegeous posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 4:01pm

I guess you are going to stretch the whole Hermione thing out as far as you can. But I gotta agree with the girl.... Harry didn't wake her when he knew she came back to talk, then he left the country, after sending her a brief note and asking for a favor. He didn't even resolve the other issue yet. If I was a girl, I'd be pissed too.

As for the rest of the chapter, thought it was great.

bimalc posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 3:11pm

I haven't finished the chapter, but, without double checking to see WHERE Grimauld is, changing at Hammersmith for a train to Heathrow seems a bit unlikely. Either they'd change at Paddington for the Express or they'd change at one of the stations on the Piccadilly that isn't split between lines the way Hammersmith is (esp. if Grimauld is in central or east london where there are innumerable stations on the picadilly for changes.)

Sorry, I know it is pedantic, but little details like that can really elevate the well written to the extraordinary.

jb238 posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 2:06pm

Fascinating reading as always. I'm looking forward to the cunning plan Harry has for the Basilisk, the dark artefacts and the doublecrossing bastards at the Vatican :-)

Amamama posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 1:35pm

Thank you, thank you, thank you! What a wonderful way to spend Friday night - forget all the work that needs to be done with the house, and dive into an imaginative and intriguing Potterverse. Loved it. The friendship with Ron, the fighting, the manipulations, the intrigues - and Harry's insistence that he will absolutely not kill the basilisk. Makes me wonder - will he move everything, basilisk and all, to the Chamber of secrets? That would be quite the surprise for the dear Waldorf. And the Pope and his gang, I guess. I loved his bantering with the council, it's just wonderful to see a Harry that manages to keep control of his temper.


MarinePotterfan posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 1:21pm

everything gets moved to the chamber of secrets.


Patches posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 12:48pm

This is a very good chapter. I really like the basilisk. He is a noble creature. It stands to reason that someone would try to kill Harry just for money and have it backfire on them. It is sad to think a tallented witch would throw her life away trying to kill the "Boy-Who-Lived"! I'm glad Ron came with Harry. It is a little sad to think Ron would fink on Harry but it is good that Harry would understand and forgive Ron. That is quite a unique revelation of their relationship. I really appreciate you story. Please continue. I look forward to your updates. pms

Jamey posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 12:37pm

You know, the Vatican is going to be *SOOOOO* pissed when he leaves with the Basilisk and *ALL* of the stored artifacts! Wonder if he's going to drop them off in the Chamber of Secrets, or one of his family vaults.

ZanyMuggle posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 12:34pm

Oh! Oh! I get it!

Let Basilisk continue guarding artifacts
+ Remove Basilisk from Vatican basement
+ Remove artifacts from Vatican basement
= Move Basilisk AND Artifacts to Chamber of Secrets

The Vatican and Albus-the-Old-Coot will get what they asked for, but not necessairly what they wanted. Nice!

I like the personality you've given the Basilisk. Also, you're playing the pro-Weasley-fanon version of Ron to the hilt in a very comic, enjoyable way.

As usual, it was a good chapter. Of course, you're making the Hermione issue background for now, which is driving me crazy. I think it comes with the territory, so to speak - FFA authors (and/or writers) have a special gift at cliffies, info teases, and the like. ;-)

BTW I re-read Apprentice Potter and Journeyman Potter from the beginning a couple of weeks ago. This series definitely ages well, and should stand the test of time as far as HP fanfics go.

Christopher Patton posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 12:18pm

A previous comment by another reviewer brings another question to mind. One, does Harry know how to cast the Fidelius Charm? Two, can a basilsk be The Secret Keeper for the Fidelius Charm?

Since the basilisk is intelligent and can be communicated with, then the Chamber and it's contents are safe until the Secret Keeper dies or the charm is broken from the outside. Hmmm...

Just a thought, as it would keep Dumbledore and other future parselmouths out unless they were specifically given the knowledge.

Christopher Patton posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 11:52am

Let me guess, all of the artifacts and the basilsk will be taking up residence in the Chamber of Secrets. So the geas will remain unbroken and the artifacts are still protected. Sweet...

Great chapter, it seems that Harry always manages to land in the pile face first no matter what.

It does seem like the relationship with Hermione may be over from all three characters perspectives. It be looking forward to seeing where and how that develops.

Meteoricshipyards posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 11:23am

Ok, is the pope in on it or not? It's certainly not JPII's style, but I don't know about Benedict.

I had wondered about Harry offering to take away the basilisk. Now he's going to take away everything and the basilisk. Boy, he likes pissing people off, doesn't he. Looking forward to the confrontation with Dumbledore when he finds out that Harry's sitting on a boatload of dark objects that the wizarding world wants to know about.

Great story! Love Ron here. Looking forward to more.

Tom A.

siaru posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 11:11am

Oh, this should be fun. The original Basilisk was probably put in the Chamber by Salazar to protect the students and staff from the Church Militant. This one will probably be quite happy to take up the post, considering the offered retirement package. It's just too obvious for it to move there, considering your love of twists, but I suppose the irony is juicy enough to make up for the lack of Zab-style subtlety. Does this transshipment mean the Vatican will lose all its Mithraic spoils-of-war too? As ritual foci of a conquered competing religion, they must be considered evil too, right? And how many Hallows of Britain and of the Tuatha de Danaan are about to go back to their native soil for recharging? Looks like Rome is about to lose a good deal of its collected magical reservoir. Seems to me Harry should have a fedora and a bullwhip for this segment.

My kids loved having Apprentice Potter read to them for bedtime story. I'm sure that, once this arc is completed, they're going to love this one too. Meanwhile, I get to savor each chapter as it's refined and released. Thank you.