When a teacher's secret is revealed, a campaign begins to have them removed from Hogwarts, a campaign backed by somebody with their own agenda. But how much support has the campaign within Hogwarts and what lengths are they willing to go to.
Sequel to, and contains spoilers for, The Writing on the Wall.
More than fifty people died in the Battle of Hogwarts. There are many untold stories of loss, betrayal, heroism and sacrifice.
Here are some of those Tales of the Battle.
The Secrets Revealed Mirror is missing. Taken, impossibly, from a locked and guarded room. There is no way a stranger could have entered the room! How was the crime committed? More importantly, whodunit? Were those blue beads on the floor before? What about those two mugs on the table? Why is Pansy Parkinson sitting on Blaise Zabini’s lap? Theodore Nott investigates.
When Albus Potter and Rose Weasley start their first year at Hogwarts. they're targetted by what seem like malicious practical jokes, which invoke the name of the Dark Lord. Even after so many years, who would joke about a man who caused so many deaths. The wizarding world may again have to face up to the issues which still exist and may again prove divisive.
Thanks to MrsJaydeMalfoy for her help with the summary.
Hermione is stuck in here third year of Hogwart's. How many times must she live this life?
Magnus S. Gove VI goes to Hogwarts. He soon finds that some of his friends are not quite human, though: a werewolf, a Veela, a Pureblood, and a rebellious Malfoy who seems to have a secret. And just why does Hufflepuff House always seem to be on the bottom of the list? What secrets are these other odd students hiding? Perhaps a change in the cooking is in order? Contains real recipes, too!
Scorpius Malfoy hates winter. And with good reason...it's enough to make anyone have a nervous collapse.
Please read "Harry Potter & the New Marauders", if you haven't already. Otherwise, you'll really need the recap in Chapter 1! This is the continuation of Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts, and we begin with that recap of Book 1. Please also see "The Minstrel Boy" and "The 12th Moon" for additional backstory that might help, as they do tie into this one. We begin with the boys going home for Christmas, and with one of them finding that it might not be so easy to go home after such a long time. Canon characters not in list: Fenrir Greyback, Colin Creevey.
Hogwarts is repaired, the students back in school. But the war has left children without parents, parents without children. And the Burrow is empty -until the Visitor arrives.
Hannah Abbott is a typical Hufflepuff, isn't she? She's loyal, safe, boring.
A view of the events of the Battle of Hogwarts from a participant (Not included in character list) with a unique perspective, but were their actions merely from duty or could they be something more?
After the events of Another Time, Another Chance, Harry's getting used to his new life. What will this life bring along?
Winner of the Best Alternate Universe and Best Unusual Pairing in the Pure Indulgence Awards 2009
AU: Sequel to Unwritten. Lily Potter tries to come to terms with James's murder while raising Harry on her own. As Severus and Lily unravel the mystery of Voldemort's defeat and Melora Spring's cursed scar, Lily must reconcile her grief with her growing feelings for Severus. Bellatrix Lestrange plots her revenge while sheltering her young nephew, Draco Malfoy.
Severus/Lily, Hagrid/Dorcas Meadowes, Sirius/OC
There was a powerful woman once, most probably the most powerful one that had ever roamed Ynev. She was beautiful and proud, and in her pride she deceived quite a few.
Three of these deceived swore to pay her back tenfold.
Can one simple gift given in love, for a child with nowhere to go on Christmas Eve, mend generations of hate between two Pureblood familes? In "Dust", Draco Malfoy changed history with the help of Albus Potter. Are some tragic events unavoidable, or will they have to do it all over again?
After escaping Voldemort yet again, Harry returns home after his sixth year hoping to regroup. But Voldemort has different plans and too soon events turn deadly. The Dark Lord has a new pawn in his quest for domination and immortality. An ancient power--content to remain in the shadows for several thousand years--has now re-entered the active world, implanting a gift upon an unlikely carrier. As Voldemort makes progress against the ministry, Dumbledore must call in his last favors. The Trio enter their last year at Hogwarts, unsure of their present or their futures, and most especially their feelings. (Ignores HBP and DH--started before their publication)
Cera wasn't your average sixteen year old, she was far from it. With a debilitating blood disease that lands her in the hospital on her sixteenth birthday, Cera learns she has a destiny even she doesn't want to accept. As she learns to cope with her new found fate, she realizes not everything she learned as a child in Sunday school is quite so accurate.
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When she had counted up to 30, the girl opened her eyes and shouted in a shrill, childlike voice, “Ready or not, here I come!”
She dashed around the backyard, looking in bushes, under the picnic table, and in the playhouse before she ventured into the woods.
"Death is the consequence of life."
The killer leaves his message behind at his crime scenes taunting Aurors and the Daily Prophet alike.
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A young actress enters the studio of a, rumoured to be, highly talented artist in the hope of flattery and conversation.
It's Rose Weasley's Fifth Year, and she's determined to win the Quidditch Cup for Ravenclaw. With mischievous cousins and a brother to battle in Gryffindor and romantic strife amongst her teammates, can she lead them all to victory? And what's going on with the Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans?