November 21st, 2007

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Teddy Lupin and the Hunter's Moon, Chapter 17: Battening Down, pt. 2

Okay, now that I've done the deeply important voice post meme, back to what I'm supposed to be doing...

Honoria does an interview with five of the pups rescued by Remus, and it's very effective in fighting Mathilde's charming editorial, but as the full moon approaches, people are starting to realize that siding publicly with the Ministry may put them in the bullseye for attacks by Greyback's pack, and since Mathilde has suggested they can get through Apparition barriers, they don't exactly feel secure. Three days before the full moon, Teddy is in DADA when Harry appears and asks if he can take him out of class.

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Teddy Lupin and the Hunter's Moon, Chapter 17: Battening Down, pt. 3

There's a more or less open state of warfare between Greyback's wolves and the Ministry, and with Mathilde's talent for getting through Apparition barriers, they realize that nowhere is automatically safe, and that soft targets may be in more danger than fortresses. So the Aurors will spend the full moon patrolling and responding to people who use George's spell to call for help. Meanwhile, St. Mungo's and Hogwarts are being turned into fully guarded fortresses, and the families who suspect they may be targeted are going to be at Hogwarts, camped out in the Great Hall. Teddy is to stick with Lee Jordan and George Weasley up in the Owlery, which annoyed him at first, as he thought it was for extra protection, but then Harry shared his real reasoning--he's giving Teddy a watch, using the Marauder's Map, which he is to sit with George and Lee, who know the Map. They're on the way up to scout it out.

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