noylj posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 9:33pm
She screeched as she dropped into the darkness, the plans for the disclaimer forgotten.
Bob glanced down at the coiled cord that was quickly playing out. "I wonder if I should have tied off the other end first?"
If you dug clean through the Earth, she would oscillate until she comes to rest at the center of gravity. It would be a little hot, but then, unless magic is involved, there would be a large quantity of molten iron and nickel coming up through the hole..
Celevon posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 9:23pm
ginners posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 9:10pm
Excelent update folks! Thanks for puttinig in all the time and effort to make this story too =]
Keep em comming!
StrollingAlong posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:51pm
The Witches of Eastwick? Where's the devil when you need one to come by . . . Of course, the movie and your setting are unlikely to end the same. I think.
Unlike the mindless hordes, I don't mind waiting for good stories. Take the time you need to, so long as you enjoy the result. Thanks for writing and sharing.
Stanley Chalk posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:48pm
I love it! Keep on writing. Just too bad you could not publish your work and make some money from the talent that the two of you have.
Sarah5 posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:32pm
Harry is starting to trust others a bit. Dumbledore reaction to Harry is worrying. A few moments of mirth. I'm sure there will be more conflict to come.
mwinter posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:21pm
Ah, great chapter as always. I'll just grab my pillow and sit here in the auditorium and sleep until the net chapter. Please don't mind the snoring though.
Orion posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:12pm
Hey! Great! Thanks for the update.
I'm always happy to see more of this. Also, I'm always amazed at how In Character your Dumbledore comes across while simultaneously having such an idiotic take on war.
I can just picture him saying "This is war. There will be casualties. So for the greater good, make sure all casualties are on our side. It's important that we allow those murderers and rapists the chance to repent. So go out there and die for the cause!"
I also love Harry's character here too. You've done a great job of building him up into an unusually human "very powerful Harry". Too often in fan fiction when Harry gets extra powers, all his emotional issues just disappear. So you get bonus points for your version of Harry.
Not that you need bonus points, you're acing this story even without them.
Thanks for writing, and thanks for sharing with us.
SassyFrass posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 8:10pm
Very fun chapter. I love that Neville has stepped up.
Great way of getting rid of some of the DE's. Looking forward to more!
Garnok posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:56pm
So happy! Love it. Well written and keeps my attention the whole time.
Jason Karr posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:48pm
good chapter. it is nice that snape got messy.
Frank Hacklander posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:44pm
Realizing that this is a Harry/Ginny story, I still feel that I must once again point out that you write Harry/Hermione (even when they are not together) with a greater sensibility. It's really quite amusing. Still, even though Ginny comes off second best, this is a sterling effort. Am looking forward to more.
Doran'ka1 posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:28pm
Very excellent! I always enjoy new chapters of this story, it just simply gets better and better! Your grammar is superb, and I can find no faults with logic or anything! A great job overall. I can only hope (Hint hint) that Harry and Logan get to crack some skulls together before long!
Rob Clark posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:26pm
Great as usual. Good to see some people backing Harry's dead DE policy. And good to see him reaching out to his friends as well.
Riegert8 posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:15pm
greywizard posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:14pm
First off, it's great to see another chapter of this!
Second, it's a shame the Twins hadn't made a third thundering dung bomb, because Dumbledore needs to have one dropped in his lap, in order to get his attention. The old fart is either senile or delusional if he truly thinks that any Death eater is capable of being saved. Hopefully, he's going to end up as collateral damage in an upcoming skirmish.
Third, can't wait to see exactly how Harry and company booby-trap the vanishing cabinet. Please, can it be something extremely painful and possibly fatal?
Finally, Tommy-Boy considering kidnapping Jean is the first definite sign that he has a death wish, and that it's going to be granted in the very near future.
Thanks for sharing this with us.
Patrick posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:11pm
I think Dumbledore still sees the deatheaters as the eleven year old children he first met many if not all of them as and not the murdering rapists many of them are. As such he probably feels if he could just really talk to them he can change them. He is treating this war as if it was a school yard scuffle rather then the deadly serious situation it is. Does this make him a bad person no just not the person you want to lead a war like this. Dumbledore is in this case perfect in his role as headmaster but he should not try to lead in situations where the necessary thing to do would conflict with his nature as an educator.
Xavier as as far as I know never condoned killing enemies but understands that it is sometimes necessary to preserve life of your people or the innocent. Harry killed in the heat of battle to Xavier this happens in war. Had Harry went and killed them while they slept that would be completely different. Xavier understands as a leader that what you would like to do and what you have to do in a war are often completely different things.
Wolfric posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 7:05pm
Fine chapter. Peeves, not to mention Sirius, would be so proud of the placement of the thundering dung bombs. I saw one story where the vanishing cabinet was put up against the veil of death in the Department of Mysteries, I thought that was a great idea. I'm sure they can figure out something appropriate like turning anything that comes through into a ferret and sending them to the hippogryphs or Logan. I think that Dumbledore is running serious risk of becoming colateral damage in this war. He needs to shit or get off the pot as my 88 yr. old dad would say. Thanks for writing. W.
minervakitty posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 6:40pm
Just love what's happening to Voldie's minions. When will Snape's horcrux happen to disappear from Voldie? I'm glad that Harry has finally picked and created his own side. Dumbledore's a bit too old to change his ways. If the rooms actually filled with dung, it would have been a lot more funnier. Just two dung bombs?
Jezza88 posted a comment on Wednesday 24th March 2010 6:25pm
I'm still confused about Dumbledore though. It does seem that he has the Wizarding World's best interests at heart, but is forgiving in the naive. Am I right?
I'm liking the relationships between Harry and Ginny and Neville and Hermione. They are very good.
I'm glad that Ron is slowly getting Harry's trust back :) He's not that bad.
Everything else was great!
Keep up the good work!