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ginners posted a comment on Friday 25th April 2008 8:09am

Awesome story so far ^_^

I think the Harry/Blaise pairing is brilliant, and coudn't of been done better too.

Update Soon

Fenris Ulf posted a comment on Friday 25th April 2008 3:29am

Finally caught up. Decided to restart the story from the beginning and read straight through. A very enjoyable, page turning read. I can't wait for the next chapter it will be interesting to see how Harry deals with being dead. Wonder how Hermione is going to take it? She seemed rather depressed last we saw her will this make her suicidal? Would like to see the other charecters reaction to harry being "dead" hehe think of all the great pranking possibilities.


ernichol posted a comment on Tuesday 15th April 2008 3:33pm

i read straight through journeyman and into master potter. This is a very fun read. well writen and enjoyable characters too. keep up the good work

jupimako posted a comment on Sunday 13th April 2008 2:39am

really really really really awesome chapter!!! i'm eagerly awaiting more XD.

sillyfish posted a comment on Friday 11th April 2008 12:47pm

I Love your stories. Please keepn going!

Hemotem posted a comment on Monday 7th April 2008 9:39pm

Great read thank you


vasilis01 posted a comment on Monday 7th April 2008 8:57am

Excellent. I loved the way you dealt with Fudge. Keep writing.

Prongs1977 posted a comment on Sunday 30th March 2008 5:22pm

Well, I've managed to read Apprentice and Journeyman in two days, and got to this point rather quickly, can't wait for the rest!

timmerator posted a comment on Friday 28th March 2008 7:36am

Whoo-hoo, some guys have all the fun... but really, this guy got real stupid all of a sudden. mind you he didn't have any visible means of returning home without some help, but to trust anyone involved with the ministry does not reflect the character you developed in previous chapters(this guy could have been a DE in hiding). And where was his Legilimencey when interacting with this embassy stooge? I feel he would have contacted his mentor or he would of had a backup contact already in place that could provide minimal assistance. (his mentor tried to get him to see the nessesity of a covert intel organization so as not to be alone or underinformed when making a sudden decision) anyway... having said all that, I like the Askaban segment... some real original stuff I haven't seen around.

your work always entertains and delights me, thanks

Aelita posted a comment on Tuesday 25th March 2008 7:25am

WOW! Please update this soon! I love it so much!

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Saturday 22nd March 2008 10:31am

Great escape. I'm guessing now that this story is less about Horcruxes & Voldemort and more about Harry vs Wizarding World, which is going to think he's an imposter. Unless he decides to stay officially dead on his own like Zab.

Good chapter, thanks for sharing it with us.

Prongs1977 posted a comment on Friday 21st March 2008 11:52am

Great story, don't stop now!

Tabraiz Rasul posted a comment on Friday 21st March 2008 10:50am

love the story----stories cuz i love all of them-- can't wait for the update on "master potter" so ummm update soon.

Aflibble posted a comment on Thursday 20th March 2008 9:52am

more please

mydlak1 posted a comment on Thursday 20th March 2008 6:28am

Gah! Impressive chapter ;) Loved the escape ^^

brad posted a comment on Thursday 20th March 2008 3:44am

Whew! Much as I enjoyed the last chapter of Journeyman I enjoyed these two chapters of Master Potter even more. I guess partly because it felt good to see Harry discover a new 'power' ... an ability that seems nicely matched to, a logical extension of, his known skill of 'pushing'. And I've always been a superhero/comic fan, so have always liked the stories where Harry is just that little bit more powerful than, or has an edge over, the rest of the magical world. When Rowling came out with the prophecy in OotP I thought that was the mechanism she was going to use to justify some such plot herself. Instead the last two books firmly established that the 'hero' was just a fairly adequate wizard, nothing special, bumbling around by instinct and a mighty convenient mental connection to the dark lord that told him what to do. Grmmmph.

Oh. Right. 'Master Potter' by Draco. Sorry.

So, Harry can 'pull' magical energy out of surrounding wards or other magical fields (like the age line) but otherwise, no? Viz when he's outside the Azkaban wards on the high seas. So I guess that's consistent with your model of wizards generating the magic from within themselves, rather than absorbing it from elsewhere. So Harry can't 'charge' himself up unless he's in the presence of some magical construct, or being cursed (!).

Gooddescription of Azkban and how it works; enjoyed the idea of 'magic sapping' wards along with the known dementors. With those and the age line I felt Harry's desperation keenly, and couldn't work out how he could escape either.

Hmmm, not sure what I think about Harry's ability to kill dementors. His 'pushing' ability really *is* much like a wandless banishing charm, as Fudge said, isn't it? Even Harry granted that they were pretty much the same thing. So why haven't other wizards worked out that to kill a dementor ... all you've got to do is push their face in? It seems to be a purely physical treatment here that shows that a Dementor's skull would seemingly be vulnerable to a banishing spell, a reducto curse, levitating a rock at high speed into it, et cetera?

I understand that Harry focused on a really small cross-section of the face, thus managing to exert a relatively large force over the small area, but still, his success should be possible for other wizards to emulate?

I'm *really* keen to know what Harry's "plan to change the world" is. "A plan to terrorise them so that their own actions proved just how stupid their beliefs were". I remember that quick drabble you wrote where Harry and his contemporaries take over the Wizengamot ... looks like you've got something like that in mind for Master Potter? Anyway, *really* curious about this idea of Harry's that he's going to 'refine'. As well as looking forward to the snobs and bad guys getting their comeuppance.

Fudge must pay.

I was a bit taken aback when the battlefield was described as being 'littered with dead and near-dead bodies' ... this is serious stuff!! Harry's used an 'unforgivable', Fudge *must* pay for what he's done, guards and prisoners dead ... yoiks. I feel like you're playing for the big stakes in this third novel of yours.

The romantic in me must applaud the ending; after all that action it was a very welcome coda to the chapter, leaving me fully satisfied. Although I'm wondering, of course, where Hermione is!?!??!! Fainted at the imposter's bedside? Is Harry going to stick with her as well as Blaise? Arrrgh!!

But a nice page with Blaise and her reaction to Harry's loss and then his presence :-)

sanghamitra posted a comment on Wednesday 19th March 2008 8:01am

Potter gets an idea. This is going to be Fun !!

brianjt posted a comment on Tuesday 18th March 2008 8:41pm

I like the start of this story. The fallout of the Escape from Askaban could be interesting but it looks like this is shaping up to be a Harry vs the Wizarding world. Looking forward to seeing Harry's plan unfold.

Brian JT

smog2187 posted a comment on Tuesday 18th March 2008 4:16pm

A great chapter. The only negative thing is that it sometimes seems like Harry's knows what is going to happen (most of the time) and has prepared accordingly but other than that detail it was a great read.

cwejr posted a comment on Tuesday 18th March 2008 6:55am

Wow. That was great. May I have some more, please?

I enjoy your writing and am looking forward to the next chapters, the sooner, the better. But I understand, sometimes other things have to come first, like family, or job, or studying...

I appreciate your efforts at keeping me entertained. ;)

It took me a while to determine who was talking; the title was a good distraction.

My compliments on your skill at creating hooks so early in the story. I just had to keep on reading. It was impossible to put down...