Content Harry Potter Original Young Justice


lschierer posted a comment on Wednesday 21st August 2019 11:59am for The Board

This rocks. Too many fanfictions whitewash how much the rest of the staff is responsible for the problems at Hogwarts. The only thing I really question is the praise for Sprout here. She helped with the Philosopher's Stone problems, and was cold to Harry during the tri-wizard tournament. She could have used a more dangerous plant for her trap in the former, and she could have done more to reign in the way Harry was treated in the latter. She perhaps has not been as actively neglectful as Flitwick or McGonagall, but I'm not sure I would want her as headmistress either.

Robin42069 posted a comment on Friday 14th December 2012 7:22pm for The Board

i've always liked this story i've read it more than a few times when i want to read something of yours thats funny as well as intresting i like seeing you tear down "The Cult Of Dumbledore" .and your solutions were all logical. and you present them in a funny manner

Gioia posted a comment on Saturday 23rd June 2012 5:26pm for The Board

Logic, professional standards, moral resposibility and consistency in a boardin school for children? Outrageous! ;-)

Loved this! Wonder if the Muggle Studies proffessor is as out of date as fanon says and Hermione's 3rd year hints would seem to imply?

slashslut posted a comment on Sunday 3rd July 2011 7:56pm for The Board

brilliant! really brings home how inept the staff at old hoggies is

CompVizer posted a comment on Thursday 17th March 2011 5:30pm for The Board


David Thacker posted a comment on Tuesday 14th December 2010 11:07pm for The Board

Again another story that can go places.

bluezy posted a comment on Sunday 31st October 2010 3:39am for The Board

I have been chuckling the whole time I read this story, BRAVO!


stargenna posted a comment on Friday 29th October 2010 10:18am for The Board

It is a smart story.

I wish some parent had been thinking while their children were forced to endure Albus.

Also as an aside, kids have allergies to grasses and other summer weeds. Sometimes a parent is the one to the lawn mowing. What can we do?

Abraxan posted a comment on Wednesday 13th October 2010 9:49am for The Board

Interesting and very enjoyable!


Deborahsu posted a comment on Wednesday 6th October 2010 8:25pm for The Board

I LOVE it!!!! Those four really nailed it! The way you wrote it, it is completely believable. I'd love to read a continuation. Really!

Amamama posted a comment on Thursday 23rd September 2010 1:27am for The Board

Oh, yes! This was fun, and I really look forward to more. Great take on post-war Hogwarts. Or wizarding Britain, as I expect we'll get to take a look at the world beyond Hogwarts. Efficient dealing with the teachers, no nonsense yet kind. Me like! Thanks a bunch, keep it up. Cheers!

Kathleen posted a comment on Tuesday 21st September 2010 10:23pm for The Board

This. Was. Great!!
You brought all four characters to life. And I loved the Sally disapperance reference! Mostly it was so nice to see someone say what I've been thinking about the staff all this time!

stitchnsign posted a comment on Monday 20th September 2010 7:29am for The Board

Thank you so much! I enjoyed this story - especially the points of failure by the staff during Dumbledore's reign of terror. I guessed something was going on with the drinks and was delighted with your "curse".

bjon66 posted a comment on Sunday 19th September 2010 2:41pm for The Board

Very good story.. Hope its not a oneshot.. You said it was so forget what i

joeBob posted a comment on Sunday 19th September 2010 3:30am for The Board

While this doesn't resemble any school-board meeting I've ever been to, or even heard about -- except maybe the poisoning part; it was a fun read.

00_Knight posted a comment on Saturday 18th September 2010 1:14pm for The Board

A good little ficlet, worth the read and something different!

Keldore posted a comment on Saturday 18th September 2010 10:23am for The Board

I like it, but the one fault I had was that Malfoy actually drank the potion. He strikes me as more paranoid than that, esp. when surrounded by so many enemies.
Would like to see more like this, little vignettes of other characters in the post DH world. Definitely agree with the idea that Neville would be more likely to go the political power route than Harry ever would, unless the others begged him to

Clell65619 replied:

My view was that Lucius might be paranoid, but he never suspected that any of the children would have the stones to actually challenge him.

- Harry's done with the whole world saving business, that however, doesn't mean he isn't going to be a figurehead for quite a few people who want things to be different...

Glacialis1 posted a comment on Friday 17th September 2010 11:11pm for The Board

Excellent short story. While many other stories have always called Professor McGonagal (sp) the fairest, the questions you brought up pose and interesting light. A Well written amusing tale that has temporarily sated my need for new Harry Potter FanFiciton! Thank you.

Patches posted a comment on Friday 17th September 2010 5:36pm for The Board

This is an excellent story. I love the way the "new board members" went through all the reasons for the problems in Hogwarts and how they dealt with them. Very well thought out and very well balanced. The old bad with the new good. Thanks for writing a very good resolution to the problems at Hogwarts. pms

Mistress of Potions posted a comment on Friday 17th September 2010 9:59am for The Board

Well done. I'm glad you were able to write this and avoid the temptation to have Harry mastermind or fix everything himself, a temptation to which far too many authors succumb. Pomona Sprout does seem like the best choice of the Heads of House to be the Head of Hogarts.