A modified version of Chapter Nine of Well of Shadows. Basically Harry and Ginny comfort Hermione when she receives a letter from her parents, stating their intention to withdraw her from Hogwarts.
Sequel to The Order of the Phoenix. Harry and his frineds finds themselves pitted against a force of such ancient and malignant evil that even Voldemort is leery of using it. Add a pair of wacky DADA professors and you can rest assured that all Hell's about to break loose.
Harry returns to Hogwarts following the rebirth of Voldemort at the end of the Triwizard Tournament, having been inducted into the mysterious Order of the Phoenix during the summer. Which is kind of strange, especially since the only living member in the Order is Harry!
The game is afoot! Murder most foul is the topic of conversation this day at the Burrow. So many things need to be decided... how... where... when... and most important of all... who...
Might be extended into a longer fic if I get struck by enough motivation.
Harry has an annoying habit of dying before his time. After one death too many, the Soul Reaper assigned to the case decides to take matters in hand and train the Boy-Who-Lived up to scratch. Good thing he’s already dead - â€˜cause this just might kill him!
The puzzle is complete and the doorway open once more. With his memory curiously and painfully blank, Draco must find the missing Boy-Who-Lived... because if his mistakes catch up with him, they will tear his soul apart.
After decades of fighting, the war is over. Voldemort won. The light's last hope is a desperate ploy, concocted by an insane genius, that probably won't work anyway. Now, armed with an experimental tool whose limits even its creator didn't imagine, Harry must find a way to change history for the better and win a war that he's already lost once before.
Harry has been captured by Voldemort for a month during his fifth year. But now he's back and everyone is worried, because whatever it is that came back - it's not Harry.
Nine years ago Vernon Dursley bought an ancient puzzle box. His nephew managed to open it. The entire Dursley family suffered the consequences. Now, in the midst of Voldemort's second reign of terror, Harry Potter is convinced the only way to defeat the Dark Lord; is to call upon an even greater evil. This decided, Harry begins his plans to recreate the Lament Configuration... and to open it... again.
No one can deny that Luna Lovegood is a decidedly odd young witch - even at the best of times. But can Hogwarts survive when Luna gets together with four characters that are almost as odd as she is? Especially when all four wizards in question... are the Boy-Who-Lived?
Five hundred years after the defeat of Lord Voldemort a new generation of Death Eaters is on the rise. Will the Muggles they attack be able to survive the encounter? For that matter, will the Death Eaters?
Harry is about to start his first year at Hogwarts. With him comes his cynical, somewhat unofficial (not to mention bent on world domination) girlfriend; Mandy. And they're also bringing their mutual best friend (i.e.: indentured servant) the Grim Reaper himself.
Harry Potter and Amanda Maxwell, his girlfriend and lover, are starting their first-year at Hogwarts. And so is their best friend and indentured servant; Death Incarnate. A very different take on what happens when Something Grim This Way Comes.
Three years ago he was wrongfully sent to Azkaban. Now something has happened. Something that has placed the power of a god into the hands of a man that's half insane. A man who wants revenge. The question now is; who's Harry going to kill first?
If you were introduced to near perfect bliss --physical, mental and emotional-- in a dream, would you try to recreate it in reality? And how would you do that when it involves the one man you can't have?
Tonks is posing as a Hogwarts student when someone slips something into Harry's drink. With Death Eaters on the prowl and the Boy Who Lived not only missing, but stoned out of his mind and horny to boot, what's a girl to do?
No Specific Pairing
Snape’s Occlumency lessons have shattered the last defences of Harry’s mind. Now, completely unprotected, his dreams have become home to a nightmare other than Voldemort. A nightmare that has taken on a life of its own.
It is the greatest threat the world of magic has ever faced. It cannot be reasoned with. It cannot be bargained with. It cannot be hexed. It cannot be cursed. It cannot be stopped. It cannot be killed. And only Lord Voldemort stands in its way.
Harry Potter has just received his Hogwarts letter, but really doesn’t want to go. After all, who would want to live on a planet of all things? Especially one where the inhabitants still think nuclear energy is an advanced technology. And let’s not forget the 42,000 light year commute.
It was an average day in the Gryffindor common room; essays to write, tests to study for and juicy gossip to exchange. Then all Hell broke loose and started trying to eat the students...
Harry and his friends are not pleased. The war is over, and they are the victors, but at a heavy price. Now they have a chance to set things right and skew the odds in their favour. And, if they get to humiliate their enemies in the process, well, so much the better.
Harry and his friends have finally gathered all the spell fragments needed to return Hermione to human form, resurrect Sirius and destroy Voldemort once and for all. Now all they need to do is finish casting the spell. Easy, right?
A spell of tremendous power was interrupted. It's up to Harry, Ginny and Ron to find the missing spell fragments and reassemble them. With the help of Hermione (who's been turned into a dog) and Harry's Firebolt (now possessed by the spirit of Sirius Black), what could possibly go wrong?
Set in GoF, what if Harry had found a way to overcome the second task? What if while searching through the library he came across an insignificant seeming little book that teaches him the magic he needs? What if he begins to play with forces beyond comprehension?