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BJH posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 8:29pm

So, Harry is soon to realize that just because he is destined to fight Voldemort that doesn't mean that magical Britian is his ally, is Jean going to realize that too? Harry needs to decide to fight Voldemort on his own terms, in his own time and under his own conditions rather than allowing DD or the Ministry to decide the circumstances of Harry's fight.

The hypocricy shown by Rufus, all "dark creatures" must be disarmed because they pose a threat vs. I'm here to offer all the support and training I can, just serves to prove this point.

The question is what to do about Ginny and the other individuals that Harry cares about. His desire to help specific individuals should not be seen as a need to defend Britian as a whole.


DrT posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 7:47pm

A very strong chapter; too bad Harry didn't demand more (or maybe he will) -- "Kill everyone marked death eater in the school, here's the list, and then I'll consider helping."

Ben Russell-Gough posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 7:31pm

I'm still following this story.

What I like is how you have expanded on the X-Men characters. In the comics, cartoons and films, the characters are rarely more than very lightly defined, so seeing such depth in their behaviour and perceptions is interesting.

Well, it seems that Harry is on the verge of seperating himself from Wizarding society, even if he is willing to handle Voldemort. I look forward to seeing what happens that repairs at least his relationship with his close allies (the DA).

Dawlish... he is an idiot and possibly dark-inclined (if not a DE). Umbridge is just a low-power witch full of jealousy and fear of anything different from her. She is thus something that the mutants deal with every day. So nice of her to volunteer for a beating.

This is a fascinating story. Like all of your best stuff it has several levels. I'll have to go back and reread it a few times to make sure I'm fully up to speed!

BenRG's Rating 8/10

sleepygirl68 posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 7:30pm

I am enjoying this story very much and I eagerly look forward to each update.

I also enjoy reading the author notes at the beginning and end of chapters. Always good for a laugh.

Thanks for writing and sharing your stories with us.

Mark Safransky posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 7:24pm

How interesting, the Ministry has shown it's colors here. Boy, will it be next to impossible to get Harry to work with them now. The Americans are going to have a field day with this incident. I can imagine the fallout once the Ambassador is informed just what the Ministry has been shoveling as the truth. Wonder what Dumbledore will make of Harry's phasing ability? This is going to be fun, keep up the great work!!

Lientjuhh posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 6:44pm

jeej,,, I like it.. Well done.. :)

Rob Clark posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 6:13pm

Overall a great chapter. Even with Harry going emo-boy. :)

Hope when this story is over Harry either leaves magic Britain or leaves the government in ruins.


RedPhoenix_2k3 posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 5:55pm

Another great addition to MS. The denizens of the British Wizarding World really are slow to learn that you don't mess with a ticked off mutant, especially a really powerful one that can use magic as well. If they're not careful they'll find themselves embroiled in a multi-front war that has the potential to totally destroy the BWW.

Glad to see that at least some of the professors are starting to see things as they really are and choosing the correct side.

Thanks again for the update and I'm now going back to patiently waiting for the next installment.

William Martin posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 4:38pm

Thanks for another great chapter!
Your lead-in and your exit quip are priceless as well.
Keep up the GREAT work!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Add infinitum...
P.S. I won't be offended if you don't answer. ;)

noylj posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 4:13pm

Yeah, I can see Harry trusting Minnie "Why yes, that is a stick up my ass" McG. She has always done so much to put Harry's welfare above her Bumbles worship.
If I was Harry, Logan might be the only person I could trust. Jean and the rest still think that their "big picture" is more important than doing what is right. They all seem to still believe that "the end justifies the means." Some day, this fallacy may finally be swept from our belief structure, but it won't be any time soon.
I agree with Harry. Even in canon, there was no reason to fight Moldie to save the British WW...they don't deserve to be saved and it simply prolongs their agony. Now, if Harry had killed Moldie for himself and then left Britain, it would have been a much more satisfying story.
Jean had better wake up soon and see that she is the one putting Harry through all this torture. Like almost all fics, I do not see any one who thinks of Harry first (except maybe Logan) and is willing to do anything to put themselves out for Harry.
I am sure that Harry will also appreciate all that Bumbles did to protect in NOTHING. Maybe Jean can think back and realize that nobody jumped to Harry's why should Harry jump to theirs?
I would get together with the Americans and determine how to destroy Moldie. Killing all the DEs and "killing" Moldie every 10 years or so until all the whorecrosses are destroyed seems like a viable idea. If the Dark Mark gives off "magic," it can be detected and the owners targeted.
If the whorecrosses are the anchors to Moldie's soul, then when they are gone, his soul will slip away. Just keep him in "spirit" form until he can just fade away.
Also, if you can't shield the unforgivables, I don't think you can easily shield a bullet, and not a lot of bullets.
Any way, please let Harry find someone who can put Harry first and not just someone who has a job to do.

kb0 posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 2:51pm

Well, at least you don't have to deal with "nukleer wessels" (StarTrek4 ref.). :)

It's always nice to see another chapter on this one. I see you've figured out an easier way to get the Horcruxes. :) That's assuming Jean can convince Harry to stay and take care of Voldie (which you sorta got to). It seems reasonable to have "everyone else" take care of the Eaters so Harry only has to do Voldie; and it seems reasonable for Harry to refuse to take care of them unless they try to come after him. It's also good to see Minerva stand up for Harry.

I'd dearly love to see see Logan extend 1 claw and "pick Snape's nose" for him. Please?! ;)

BTW, you will want to search for "your crazy" in this chapter. I believe you really want to add an "'" and a "e" in there somewhere. :)


noylj posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 2:35pm

Don't know if I mentioned this in prior review, but is Harry going to see how similar bumbles and Xavier are in their use of pawns and playing the "big picture" and manipulating?

Fozzie Bear posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 2:02pm


I understand that you can't really do anything else and still have a traditional happy ending, so you need to keep Harry there in Scotland to be abused, you need to keep him close to Ginny to make the pairing work, you need to play this sick game of piling it on and on and on until you reak the woobie...

But as a reader this is really quite dissatisfying to us, to have to watch while you put the character in the rack and start pulling away at him. Professor X has alien friends--is there any reasonable reason why Harry can't be sent to the Shi'ar and Britain can be told to go hang? The rest of the world's Wizarding population could form a blockade and allow Voldemonkey to have Britain while staying free from his corrupting influence. Eventually the purebloods would inbreed themselves down to nothing and Voldemonkey would end up being the King of nothing.

Seriously, this sort of outcome would be preferable to watching this slow motion torturing of Harry!

Jeremy Adler posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 1:11pm

Good chapter!

I don't blame Harry for acting like he is. The Wizarding World is not doing itself any favours by trying to arrest him.

Just out of curiousity, is Dumbledore like the the one from your "DA" and "SC" stories? He does seem like he wants the best for the world.

Keep up the good work.

Wolf550e posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 12:09pm

You made him both super-strong (every one of his abilities individually is a deus-ex machina) and super-weak (the emo thing, woe betide little me, I don't want to kill people). I can't read anymore of this.

MarinePotterfan posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 11:56am

Thanks for writing, I have enjoyed reading it.


James Barber posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 11:33am

Hey I got the perfect solution to the problem of voldie, snivellious, dumbydork and scumbag the minister....have harry since he's so powerful cast a spell on them that basically makes them horny for each other that way they will get in a daisy chain of fucking each other to the point that they fuck each other to the death!!! Awe hell I didnt explain it very well but you should get the particulars of the event....

bjf23 posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 10:54am

This is one of my favorite HP stories. And one of the best crossovers I've read. Keep on keeping on and all that over cliche self help garbage.

Just one question, what's to stop Harry from phasing Voldie or any other DE's heart right out of their chest? Seems to be an instant solution to the problem of Voldemort that you described in an earlier author's note...

Ken Norton posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 10:06am

Great addition. I enjoy the way Minerva has decided to stand up for Harry.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Monday 12th October 2009 10:04am

Well, Scrimgeour just proved that he flunked the Darwinian test and Dawlish is going to find himself working "scut details" the remainder of his career with utterly no advancement possible. I was amused at soem of the homework responses Jean got, but, then again, I suspect they might be more coherent than some of the ones from non-magicals in some states (*cough* California *cough*). It will be quite interseting to see how matters develop and especially interesting to see what Hermione, Ginny, Neville, et al. do with that list Harry gave them; methinks some advanced preparations are going to be made that'll surprise a lot of the junior deeze.