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Teddy Lupin and the Hunter's Moon, Chapter 9: Hunter's Moon, pt. 2 - The Phantom Librarian
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Teddy Lupin and the Hunter's Moon, Chapter 9: Hunter's Moon, pt. 2
Teddy's first Hogsmeade weekend is interrupted by Mina and some of Greyback's wolves appearing outside the Hogwarts gate. Between the Aurors and the staff, all but one are caught, and that one escapes using a magical device they haven't seen before. Under Veritaserum, Mina tells them that a young witch has joined the pack, and she has little tricks up her sleeve. She then proceeds to insult Remus and, especially, Tonks, with Teddy eavesdropping, and Harry very nearly loses his temper and does something he'd regret. Teddy stands up and shows himself at the window, which gets Harry back to the ground. He tells Teddy that it's time to go back up to school.

This is another section that includes one of the challenge ficlets, though it's altered.

Table of Contents and Summary So Far




Victoire was making noises about walking down to dinner with Teddy and Ruthless that night--she'd been with them every second since they'd got back, and was disturbed by what had happened--but as Teddy suspected that Ruthless meant to take an indirect route to the Great Hall, he was trying to gently discourage it. Ruthless was looking like she was about to go for her wand when the portrait hole opened and Professor Longbottom came in. The first and second years all said hello to them, and he took a moment to be sociable, then checked the Lionbloom ostentatiously, then subtly turned to Teddy, Victoire, and Ruthless. "You three," he said. "A moment?"

He took them out into the corridor. "Ron just got back from Azkaban," he said. "They interviewed the others. Teddy is their focus, but Victoire, they are quite aware of you, and Ruth, I'm afraid the woman who got away will identify you as part of Teddy's circle."

"So what do we do about it?" Ruthless asked.

"As your teacher and Head of House, my job is to tell you that you're not to do anything. As a Gryffindor, I know you will anyway, so please keep it to what I tell you: Keep your eyes open. Watch. And go to an Auror if you see anything out of place."

"Has Vivian got back from France yet?" Teddy asked.

"No. I'm sure she'll tell you what she's found out when she does."

But she didn't come back that night, or on Sunday. Teddy made himself go back to his homework, of which there was quite a lot. Victoire was nervous and stuck close by. To Teddy's surprise, Ruthless's brother Kirk took to hanging about as well, until she chased him off with her Beater's bat. Teddy heard him protesting that if she was in trouble, it was his business as her brother to look after her. Her answer was not one Teddy thought he would repeat anywhere Granny would hear him.

Uncle Harry brought Teddy a letter from James at supper, containing a story he'd written about a flying ship, which was piloted by his cat, Martian. Checkmate, being Martian's sister, had been made first mate. They were looking for--of course--a treasure, which was on Mercury, and had to fight with something called a "sun dragon." James had given Checkmate the power to morph ("But only on Mercury, which is why she doesn't do it here"), and Martian wielded the sword of Gryffindor. Before they left, Checkmate assured Martian that all of the scary people after Teddy had been sent to Azkaban, and weren't allowed to have pudding ever again, which was why it was all right for the cats to leave. "Besides," she said, "our brother Bushy is still with Victoire, so he might look after Teddy if there is trouble." He had obviously spent a long time on it, and spell-checked it meticulously (Teddy knew he generally spelled Victoire's name wretchedly--it had ranged from Vitwa to Vikowa to, in one memorable case of unfortunate dictionary-checking, Viceroy), and he'd carefully made unrecognizable drawings in the margins. Teddy read it to Ruthless and Victoire, and Ruthless spent the rest of the day challenging Checkmate to duels.

By breakfast Monday morning, Vivian had returned, looking thoughtful, and the encounter with Mina seemed far away again (so did the encounter with Ruthless, which they hadn't been able to recreate with Kirk and Victoire about, and that was more pressing), and he wasn't thinking about it at all when the owls swooped in with the morning mail. One dropped a thin envelope in front of him, with careful, but still clumsy-looking, block letters addressed to "tED LUpiN."

"Did James write you another story?" Victoire asked, sorting her pile of letters from home into a neat stack.

"Too thin," Teddy said, but he was thinking it might be from Al and Lily. He certainly didn't expect the sheet of very thin parchment inside, which said only,

Is yor blod the same? I ramembir the tast.

For a few seconds, he couldn't make sense of the misspelled message, then he thrust it away from himself, startling the filthy owl that had brought it and spilling his orange juice.

Apparently, Fenrir Greyback had not spent a lot of time practicing his spelling or his penmanship.

"Ew!" Victoire had let her eyes wander to the letter he'd inadvertently shoved in her direction. "That's disgusting!"

Teddy, trying to keep his hand from shaking, picked it up again and moved it back. "Sorry," he said. "Didn't mean to throw it at you."

"Is that from--?" She raised her eyebrows. "You have to tell," she said. "If that's from... him... you have to tell!"

"I know," Teddy hissed.

"Tell what?" Ruthless asked, looking up with a dangerous sort of mildness from her Transfiguration homework, which she was doing on Teddy's other side.

Teddy tipped the letter in her direction.

She narrowed her eyes at it. "Are the Aurors here yet? Where's your godfather? Are you going to write back? They could track the owl. I'll do that." She pulled out a fresh sheet of parchment from her bag.

"I doubt it's that easy," Teddy said.

"What's not?" Professor Longbottom said, coming down from the staff table. "Teddy?"

Teddy handed him the letter.

He went white. "I'll contact Harry right away," he said. "Teddy, you're out of Herbology and Care of Magical Creatures today. You're not to leave the castle. Victoire, I don't want to see your face in Herbology, either, while I'm at it. You too, Scrimgeour. You can all tend the Lionbloom for credit; it needs a bit of pruning." He frowned. "In fact, go up there straightaway. Whatever you have this morning can wait until Harry's had a look. Is this the owl?"

Teddy nodded.

Professor Longbottom picked up the owl and signaled to Vivian, who came down to join them. "Walk Teddy and the girls up to Gryffindor. I have a call to make."

He strode off toward the small room off to the side of the Great Hall, and Vivian led Teddy, Ruthless, and Victoire up to the portrait. Teddy gave the password, and it swung open on the empty Common Room.

The portrait started to swing open, but Vivian stopped them from going in, and addressed the Fat Lady. "There's to be no one other than students allowed in, password or no," she said.

"Of course," the Fat Lady said.

Vivian nodded, and shooed them inside. Teddy caught a glimpse of her magical eye before it shut again.

Ruthless made a face. "He couldn't have sent it tomorrow? I have a Potions test that I wouldn't mind being forced to skip."

Victoire laughed, which seemed to surprise Ruthless. "Maybe he'll write every day."

"I'll be his pen pal, if it gets me out of Potions," Ruthless said. "Do either of you have any Herbology things here?"

"I have a pruning kit," Victoire said. "My mum gave it to me to take care of a little box garden she made for me." She ran up to get it.

Teddy was caught entirely by surprise when Ruthless kissed him, and didn't have time to put his hands in her hair or do any of the things that Fifi LaFolle said girls liked, but at least this time, they managed not to do any damage to each other. His lip had been a bit turned out when she caught it, and that seemed more pleasant. He thought perhaps next time, he'd try to be in charge of the kiss, if it was all right with Ruthless.

Victoire came down with a very well stocked Herbology kit a minute later, and they worked together on the Lionbloom, pruning back its leaves (which were dangling over the fireplace and starting to singe) and clearing out several fallen blossoms that had got tangled in the vine. Victoire asked if she might have the clippings to make mulch, but didn't take them up to her room. Instead, she sat down on the sofa and started to read the mail that had come to her at breakfast. Ruthless decided to study for Potions, on the chance that Greyback wouldn't give them an excuse to stay in the Tower again tomorrow, and Teddy took out the Marauder's Map to watch his friends in their classes.

"Oh, no!" Victoire suddenly exclaimed, sounding dismayed.

"What?"

"I saved Maman's letter for last," she said, slipping back into the French word she'd used as a small girl and had been trying, on the advice of Teddy's friends, to quit. "And she's... oh, it's just disturbing."

"What?" Ruthless asked, sounding vaguely interested.

"She's pregnant again."

Ruthless winced. "What's the count?"

"This will bring it to six," Victoire said.

Teddy shook his head. Two years ago, Frankie's mum had got pregnant again, and he'd been the same way as Victoire was (of course, now that he had his little brother Mac, he acted as though it had been his idea all along to expand the family). It didn't make sense.

"Most of them are sisters, though, right?" Ruthless asked.

"All but Artie."

"Well, sisters aren't as big a pain as brothers. So I think having four brothers still makes my family a bigger pain, even though there are only five of us."

"How old is the youngest one?" Victoire asked.

"Four. It was me, then Kirk, then Keith, then the twins. I wish they'd stop it."

"You don't think they have?"

"When they hear that your mum's had a sixth, I'll bet they think, 'Well, if it's all right for the Weasleys, we ought to go ahead.'"

Irritated at what seemed the first congenial conversation that Victoire and Ruthless had had since summer, Teddy picked up the pruning shears and went back to the Lionbloom, trying to find any random extra growth he could, just to occupy himself while the girls bemoaned their huge, boisterous families. After a bit, they grew quiet again, but he'd found a nest of tangled vines to work through and didn't go back out. He heard Victoire go upstairs, and a few seconds later, a curtain of leaves moved and Ruthless came in.

She bit her lip. "Sorry, Teddy. I just realized what that must have sounded like. I can tell you that brothers are a right pain, but... well..." She shrugged awkwardly. "Sorry."

Teddy stopped working through the tangle. "It's all right. I reckon if I really had brothers, I'd think they were pains as well. I just sort of wish I had them."

"Do you want one of mine? I have spares." She smiled very prettily, and Teddy decided that he would be in charge of this very kiss. He touched her cheek, then sort of leaned in, pushing his lips out and sort of sliding them around on hers. She drew away, laughing. "That tickles."

This wasn't what Teddy had been going for, but at least she wasn't bleeding. He lifted up the leaves, and found Victoire standing there, staring at them with her mouth open. He didn't notice her hand in her purse until the dungbomb flew at him.

He jumped back and let it splatter on the floor, then cleaned up with a flick of his wand. "What the--"

Victoire's mouth twitched and she made a hissing sort of sound, then stomped off toward the girls dormitories. Teddy started after her, but Ruthless put her hand on his arm. When he turned to her, she had an odd sort of expression on her face. "Let her be," she said. She turned back to the Lionbloom. "Let's get this untangled before Longbottom fails us for the day..."
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marikenobi From: marikenobi Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:12 am (UTC) (Link)
Oooh it's on now!!
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:15 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, but Ruthless may actually take pity on the poor ickle firstie, who is of course no threat at all...
willowbough From: willowbough Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:20 am (UTC) (Link)
Greyback's note--well, ewww. What more can be said?

Despite the mounting grimness of the situation, there were several enjoyable light moments in this one. I don't know whether Teddy was more confused by Victoire and Ruthless sniping or bonding. Although that last bit doesn't bode well for a R/V friendship! Looks like James isn't the only one to think of young Mr. Lupin as "My Teddy!"
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:16 pm (UTC) (Link)
And James is a good deal more willing to share!
alphabet26 From: alphabet26 Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:24 am (UTC) (Link)
Awww...complaining about siblings. I know I did my fair share of that, but I do know I never wanted to be an only child. It seemed so quiet and lonely.

Poor Victoire. And she and Ruthless were almost getting along. There goes that.

I loved James' story. So cute.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm an only child (well, in any meaningful sense, anyway), and I always heard people complaining about their siblings. Of course, what I always wanted was an older brother, and couldn't quite wrap my head around why Mom couldn't get me one of those. I mean, she had one, didn't she?
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From: (Anonymous) Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:41 am (UTC) (Link)
I almost wished Victoire had used Greyback's owl to send him dungbombs.

Which makes me wonder if Fred and George didn't try to find ways to risk sending a few dungbombs to Voldemort during the war. The big trick would be to make him think they weren't the obvious culprits.

I know I should be more freaked out - talke about a really gruesome letter to get, especially as it arrived when they were eating (I know it's trite, but I get ten times more grossed out by stories with things like that if I make the mistake of reading them while eating. You feel so sick and depraved for enjoying the taste of anything) - but it's the light moments that I keep enjoying.

I loved James' story and Victoire's dungbombs and all the rest of it. I'm also enjoying how Teddy seems most aware of how the danger is impacting his love life - when will he get to snog Ruthless without fear of dungbombs or werewolves? - rather than feeling his life is in danger.

Ellen
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:28 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm also enjoying how Teddy seems most aware of how the danger is impacting his love life - when will he get to snog Ruthless without fear of dungbombs or werewolves? - rather than feeling his life is in danger.

Nothing trumps the Almighty Teenage Hormone. ;p

I can definitely see Fred and George trying to prank Voldemort through the mail, and Voldemort being annoyed that he had to bother blocking delivery somehow.
obsfuscation From: obsfuscation Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:44 am (UTC) (Link)
What a fantastic blend of scary and lighthearted. The letter from Greyback- eugh. All I can do is shudder. The misspelled words only heighten the creepiness of the sentiment. He makes me feel dirty.

I loved the Ruth & Teddy & Vicky interaction- too bad for all that Victoire saw that last kiss, but I guess it was inevitable. I love Ruthless's perceptiveness, but I don't think Victoire will appreciate it. I am looking forward to the bloodchilling bits and the awkward romance bits equally- well done at striking such a good balance.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:29 pm (UTC) (Link)
The misspelled words only heighten the creepiness of the sentiment. He makes me feel dirty.

I know. I always want to shower after writing something that's Greyback-related. Ick.
beceh From: beceh Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:50 am (UTC) (Link)
Awww. Victoire.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:29 pm (UTC) (Link)
I know. Poor kid.
From: kobegrace Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:56 am (UTC) (Link)
Hiya, Fern!

He lifted up the leaves, and found Victoire standing there, staring at them with her mouth open. -- Oh, poor darling... (sniffs) I thought this was utterly heartbreaking.

When he turned to her, she had an odd sort of expression on her face. "Let her be," she said. -- (Sniffs again) Sympathetic!Ruthless is awesome. Nonetheless... Does this mean war -- er, again?

AcK!: "He touched her cheek, then sort of leaned in, pushing his his lips out and sliding them on hers."

Wicked stuff, as usual. :)
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:30 pm (UTC) (Link)
Oops, I'll grab the double.

I don't think Ruthless wants to be at war with Victoire over this, as it would imply taking her seriously.
ladylothwen From: ladylothwen Date: October 23rd, 2007 05:59 am (UTC) (Link)
Aww Victoire. It seems she has the "My Teddy" thing down -- even if she doesn't mean or realize it.

Fenrir manages to still give me the creeps without even being present. That's just sick...really sick....
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:34 pm (UTC) (Link)
It seems she has the "My Teddy" thing down -- even if she doesn't mean or realize it.
I'm sure she's telling herself that it's all about Teddy not having told her about this, and what's he doing with that harridan who's not his sort at all and doesn't like me, and everything other than, "No! Mine!"

Fenrir manages to still give me the creeps without even being present. That's just sick...really sick....
I stole it from Albert Fish, the creepiest sicko serial killer ever to creep, imho.
jedi_chick From: jedi_chick Date: October 23rd, 2007 07:10 am (UTC) (Link)
Greyback is very, very creepy.

I really loved James's story. He's a very creative kid! And I loved all of the variations of Victoire's name.

Speaking of Victoire...I was cautiously happy that she and Ruthless were getting along (though I could sympathize with Teddy's irritation at the subject about which they chose to get along), and then felt horrible that she found out about Teddy and Ruthless the way she did. I'm surprised that all she did was throw a dungbomb at Teddy--although I have a feeling we'll see more revenge later.

On a random note, what is Mac Apcarne's full name? (I was wondering if we'd hear about Frankie's newest sibling!)
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:47 pm (UTC) (Link)
Mac's full name is MacPherson, after Sanjiv.

I admit to a great fondness for James, and intend him to start playing a bigger role at Christmas, though of course, his location outside of the Hogwarts milieu makes him hard to integrate as a major character.
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got_it_bub From: got_it_bub Date: October 23rd, 2007 07:43 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh yes! Bitch Fight, I reckon Ruth will be turning into a bunny sometime soon.

I love all that stuff about siblings. It's always the same. I have two younger brothers. When you find out your mums preggers your like "Oh no!" but then you love em to bits even if you do hate them it's sort of a love-hate relationship.

Great chapter. loved it!
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:48 pm (UTC) (Link)
Ruth will be turning into a bunny sometime soon.

She needs to be watching her back, anyway!
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redlily From: redlily Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:44 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh, I'm so glad Teddy didn't pull a Harry and be like, "Noooo, nobody needs to see this letter besides me; I don't want to bother anyone."

Of course, Victoire is even more forceful than 'Mione, so maybe she would've marched it over to an Auror herself.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:52 pm (UTC) (Link)
I think the place Teddy's likely to run into trouble is less in seeking help from adults than in recognizing that he's a kid seeking help from adults, and not just a shorter member of their team.
From: (Anonymous) Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:54 am (UTC) (Link)
Greyback is the most disgusting thing to ever live.
It's so cute that Victoire already has a crush on Teddy. Awwww.
Great post!
~sam
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
Greyback is the most disgusting thing to ever live.

Definitely high on the list.
rdprice29 From: rdprice29 Date: October 23rd, 2007 11:33 am (UTC) (Link)
This wasn't what Teddy had been going for, but at least she wasn't bleeding. And you haven't even given either of them the horror of trying to kiss for the first time with braces, lol!

And poor Victoire. She reminds me of what I imagine Ginny might have been like if she hadn't been traumatized her first year. Can you imagine a dungbomb thrown at Cho? That would've rocked.

Great chapter! Greyback's letter is still gross and disturbing, which I'm sure you were going for. I'm curious if Vivian figured out who the french witch is, but I expect we'll find out soon enough.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
Can you imagine a dungbomb thrown at Cho? That would've rocked.
Ah, yes. I can imagine it. I like Cho, but I think she wouldn't shown a sense of humor about it, oddly enough.
From: smishli Date: October 23rd, 2007 12:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
Even with the mounting tension, there are some great lighthearted moments in here. I loved James' story (and the mention of 'Viceroy'!), and the romantic love triangle is so enjoyable. Is it wrong that I can practically see Victoire and Ruthless facing each other down a la Bring it On, saying "Bring it" and "Oh, it's already been brought"? :)

Greyback's letter is super creepy though. Really, really looking forward to Victoire's attack with cutlery!
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
Really, really looking forward to Victoire's attack with cutlery!

I find that I am, too.
purebristles From: purebristles Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:04 pm (UTC) (Link)
Don't worry Victoire, you'll get to use your claws for better purposes by the end of this story, I reckon. Keep the hate simmering till then - it'll be more potent then.

<3 James!
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 01:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
Gotta keep the claws sharp, though. Wouldn't want them to get dull. :)
From: marciamarcia Date: October 23rd, 2007 02:07 pm (UTC) (Link)
Heh. Victoire hissed at them. Somehow, I'm envisioning that habit as having lost quite a bit of its scariness by the time you get down to 1/4 Veela.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:21 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hee, I think she's down to one eighth, but for a thirteen-year-old, that's still got to be plenty scary. (Though I suspect it's just one of those hisses that happens when you're trying to think of something to say, but you're just TOO MAD!!!!)
cleindori From: cleindori Date: October 23rd, 2007 02:16 pm (UTC) (Link)
Dear Fenrir Greyback: you still have not died in a fire. Please rectify this ASAP.

Dear Teddy and Ruthless: you are too cute for words, although I know this is the last thing you want to hear. PS: Ruthless, watch your back. ;)

Dear FernWithy: what a balance of flesh-creeping tension and lighthearted adolescent fluff. I salute you! :)
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:22 pm (UTC) (Link)
you still have not died in a fire. Please rectify this ASAP.

Patience, cleindori... I believe you may be quite satisfied with the end if it goes as I'm planning. :)
tree_and_leaf From: tree_and_leaf Date: October 23rd, 2007 09:23 pm (UTC) (Link)
Great mix of humour and tension - and I do like the sudden advent of semi-sensitive! Ruthless.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:23 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well, she's won after all, she can be generous... Mm-hmm.
alkari From: alkari Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
LOL @ teenage hormones and potential catfights! Ruthless and Victoire - what fun, thoug poor Teddy trying not to get caught in the middle! *chuckles wickedly in anticipation*

BTW, minor matter - when Vivian takes the kids up to Gryffindor, you have the portrait door swinging open twice. Once when Teddy says the password, and next para. when Vivian talks to the Fat Lady.
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
Good thing to catch; I'd have entirely missed it!

poor Teddy trying not to get caught in the middle!

And it's so hard not to get caught in the middle when you kind of are the middle!
matril From: matril Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
Just checking in - I've been following along diligently and enjoying it very much. This post was a great mix of creepy and amusing - even with a crazed werewolf sending him sick notes, Teddy's still more occupied with Ruthless. ;)
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 23rd, 2007 10:25 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well, we all need priorities in life... ;p
darth_pipes From: darth_pipes Date: October 23rd, 2007 11:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
Definitely a great mix between Greyback's creepiness and the light-hearted stuff involving Teddy, Victorie, and Ruthless. I have to say I'm enjoying both storylines very much.

Kirk's offer to protect Ruthless was quite funny too.
From: maxzook Date: October 24th, 2007 02:34 am (UTC) (Link)
He went white. "I'll contact Harry right away," he said. "Teddy, you're out of Herbology and Care of Magical Creatures today. You're not to leave the castle. Victoire, I don't want to see your face in Herbology, either, while I'm at it. You too, Scrimgeour.


I think Neville would go out of his not to appear to play favorites, so if he's going to refer to Teddy and Victoire by their first names he'd probably do the same for Ruth.

I am getting behind at work because I have to read your latest chapters every morning.

For which I thank you ;P

cheddartrek From: cheddartrek Date: October 24th, 2007 05:33 am (UTC) (Link)
I'm not so sure. Didn't Dumbledore generally refer to Ron and Hermione as Mr. Weasley and Miss Granger while simultaneously calling Harry, well, Harry?

I guess it could go either way.
marycontraria From: marycontraria Date: October 24th, 2007 03:50 am (UTC) (Link)
Item one: this is still awesome;

Item two (sorry it's so huge):
fernwithy From: fernwithy Date: October 24th, 2007 04:25 am (UTC) (Link)
I love it! Poor ickle Victoire, scarred for life!
From: violet_grainger Date: October 24th, 2007 04:45 am (UTC) (Link)

Wow

Ohhhhhhhhhhh, Where to start......

Death threats from Greyback,
paralles in ever sentence to the cannon
and a total girl fight

this is getting realy good
cant wait for more
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