Content Harry Potter Crossovers


csktech posted a comment on Thursday 13th November 2008 2:26pm

Thank You Draco..

I reread all of this series, (One of my personal favorites) and it has mad a very bad day, bearable.

I hope in the end that Harry, Blaise and Hermione all end up together. The combination of the two girls is so perfect for Harry that I cant see him without both.

Thanks again

cwejr posted a comment on Wednesday 29th October 2008 7:21pm

Very good, but very slow updating. I do understand that RW Life often gets in the way. Probably not as frustrating for me as it is for you. I am enjoying the story and waiting for the next installment...



PopeYodaI posted a comment on Friday 5th September 2008 8:09pm

This series is without question one of the most awesome I have come across to date, perhaps rivaled in detail and skill only by JBern's and Viridian's works. I applaud your efforts, and sincerely hope to see your future chapters.

jilumasam posted a comment on Friday 29th August 2008 11:40pm

Very good work. I 've just finished reading the first two instalments and these 5 chapters today and I am impressed with your work.

Very enjoyable read!!

Portus posted a comment on Tuesday 29th July 2008 9:00am

Damn. Here I've plowed through Apprentice and Journeyman, and now I have to wait for the next chapter or Master Potter. I thought I could wander through those first two installments and not be caught up for a while, but the story was so engrossing and fun to read, I made it to chapter 5 of Master Potter much earlier than I would have liked... sort of.

Anyway, I like that Harry has still not let go of his anger but is now using his head a bit; something that was woefully absent from almost all of canon.

The rift between Harry and Hermione is pretty sad to me, although I can see both sides. I can sympathize with Hermione's poor handling of the situation after Snape's death, and can't blame her for being less than understanding when Harry says things like, "We got away with it," especially since she felt complicit.

I can also see Harry's point about the polar opposite reactions from Hermione and Blaise, but I do hope that the three of them can be together again by the conclusion of Master Potter.

All in all, well done, and please keep up the very good work. This is becoming one of my favorite stories, owing to your creation of a great and subtle character in Zab, your twisting and reinventing (?) of a previously undefined character in Blaise, and your decision to make your Harry one of the the most independent Harrys I've come across.

The fact that you have not shied away from (sometimes even gently!) braining supposedly sacrosant characters like McGonagall, Tonks, Lupin and Artur Weasley, makes the story that much better. I can't tell you how many stories I've started reading, only to toss them aside when there's absolutely no conflict between Harry and his friends, Dumbledore, etc. etc.

That said, thanks again!

Decumo9 posted a comment on Monday 14th July 2008 10:28pm

oh, man, that sucks, here i was hoping that hermione would get back in the thick of things, romantically speaking. But meh, there is much story left, so heres to me hoping.

Carol Layland posted a comment on Friday 11th July 2008 3:12pm

Hi, I have just finished 3days of reading and having fun with your trilogy. Once again I find that the authors here on this site are probably the most talented on the HP fan fiction horizen. I am very eager to see the next posting to this story. You have truly made Harry act as I would expect him to act after the way in which he was forced to live and grow. Any person who had been betrayed as many times as he and in as many ways would eventually react just as he is doing in this story.

jdcox61 posted a comment on Monday 7th July 2008 3:33pm

Pretty good. I loved the image of ron holding the twins up and shaking them violently

usta35 posted a comment on Sunday 6th July 2008 10:55am

great story

Skip posted a comment on Saturday 5th July 2008 6:33pm

Great chapter! Haven't seen anyone do a Fawlty Towers reference before. Thought it was really funny. Can't wait to see what Harry does to Croaker.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Thursday 3rd July 2008 1:14am

*Laughs Uproariously* Oh, I do think I'm going to enjoy watching the will reading and Harry crashing his own funeral. Meanwhile, 'tis a bit sad how things ended with Hermione and I certainly hope that, down the road, Croaker does pay for his actions. Meanwhile, I love the revenge Harry's taking against Fudge and his cronies. *wicked chuckle* Mind you, I rather enjoyed the twins pranking cards.

Mesterio posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 3:47pm

I cant wait for the funeral crash. "Hey guys! so who got my Firebolt?" lol

RNCybergate posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 11:23am

Lol...the best assassin is a (thought)dead assassin.
You can't hunt or kill something or someone which you don't know exists...

Shall we place bets who the next pure blood bigot to be 'exterminated' will be?

I hope Croakers on the list.

Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 8:08am

Nice part, but a bit sad that H/Hr looks to be kaput. I was hoping the two of them could make it work with Blaise, and also sad top hear about what Croaker caused, and here's hoping that when it comes back on him, that he pays, and pays nicely for his deeds.

tony s posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 5:25am

Like the new chapter. So H/Hr broke up eh? What are the chances they get back together later cuz Blaise misses her?

35437 posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 4:23am

very good chapter, I think everyone complaining about him tossing unforgivables around should remember hes just been in Azkaban. Love the Fawlty Towers reference

Stonebrow posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd July 2008 12:03am

I like this story a lot, and I'm always excited when I see an update, but this time I came away somewhat unhappy. Two other reviewers had the main points, but I want to restate them.
The Hermione plot seemed odd from the start. I approve of having troubled relationships, otherwise it's boring. But the way you did it made Hermione and Harry both appear out of character.
Everything after that seemed okay. Him stalling any confrontation and so on, Blaise's reaction, and even him calling it off seems believable.
But, Damn it, between wishing they could stay together, and the silly dues ex machina way Hermione went temporarily insane, it really sucks to read them breaking up. Plus, threesomes are just fun to read about.
Also, I expected Fudge's suicide to be either a big mistake, which would lead to wacky hijinks ®, or an unfortunate accident. As much as I love reading kick-ass!Harry, him planning to make fudge dead one way or another just doesn't seem like the Harry you've made him.
Blowing up some one's home? Sure. But the Fudge thing lacked the innate style your Harry has.
Anyway, I do enjoy the story and look forward to more.

morriganscrow posted a comment on Tuesday 1st July 2008 9:30pm

That was a lovely read, with many chunks of juicy politics to chew over.
I thought the scenes with Hermione were handled very well, and Croaker is going to rue the day he gave her that shit of a potion.
Love the Twins, as always, and Ron was a hoot.

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Tuesday 1st July 2008 7:29pm

"Blaise however, had only involved by proxy..." -> had only been involved

"give a stuff"? Is that a common phrase in your part of the world? It sounds very weird to my ear.

"...make a decision that would to alienate one of you..." -> would alienate

Good chapter, thanks for sharing it with us.

brad posted a comment on Tuesday 1st July 2008 7:28pm

Sigh. Ah well. RIP H/Hr. :-(

I really enjoyed how you had Harry & Hermione get together back in Apprentice Potter. Given how you wanted to make Harry smarter as one of the key themes of your trilogy I thought having Hermione suddenly see her best friend a whole new way was clever and amusing. A pity things turned out the way they did, although I fully appreciate Harry's wisdom on how his former arrangement with the two of them was unstable and could never last.

Although ... I was quite taken aback, honestly, on reading the first few pages of this chapter. Harry and Blaise had cold-bloodedly set out with the goal of eliminating Fudge, one way or the other! If he hadn't taken his own life then they were actually going to *murder* him. I'm not liking this turn in your Harry at all, actually, and I'm starting to think my Hermione is well off without him! With this chapter I quite understood her concern about Harry turning into a murderer.

Just wanting to understand the details before I put - sigh - H/Hr to bed for good ... they said they still love each other; Harry's basically choosing not to get back together because of Blaise (which I quite understand); so why was he, earlier, "pretty sure [that he] didn't want Hermione to be the mother of [his] children"? If he still loves her? Purely because that would force the unstable Trio to continue, his reason for not picking things up with her?

Sad to hear of Hermione's miscarriage, although I can quite understand Harry's hidden relief at same. I am looking forward to Croaker's punishment (although I doubt he knew that Hermione was pregnant? Wonder if Harry will ask him under veritaserum "would it have mattered?"?).

Well, I leave this chapter a bit worried about Harry; he's seriously murdering people, casting unforgiveables around as if they're nothing. I know his opponents are equally as callous, and deserve everything they're going to get, but ... hmmm.