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A lot can happen in two days.
In the last two days of his fifth year at Hogwarts, Harry loses a father figure, loses his faith in his hero, plots a murder, witnesses something he was never meant to see, puts his faith in a new hero, and gains the father figure he'd needed all his life.
Jack's brief stint in the QMJHL ended suddenly and badly. His presence at the small, preppy, out-of-the-way Samwell Academy is nothing more than a compromise with his parents to stay out of a mental institution.
Jack's fine with it. Really. He's fine. F I N E. And he will be as long as he forgets his past and ignores his future.
At least he's still playing hockey.
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21 Apr 2016
Bilbo arrives home from his Ereborean adventure, and his regularly scheduled post-quest existential crisis is interrupted by the intrusion of one Frodo Baggins, a recently orphaned young relative whom he now must care for and raise.
And what better way to raise a young hobbit than to take him on an adventure? Well, there are probably lots of better ways, but Bilbo's not really sure what they are and he's going to go the adventure route anyway. As long as he doesn't get his new kid eaten by wargs, it's a success, right?
If only he new when they set out where they would ultimately end up...
Blood elitists like Lucius Malfoy are determined to keep the Wizarding community and gene pool free of the taint of Muggleborns, but Hermione Granger is not about to let him or anyone else take away her newfound ability to be extraordinary.
Inspired by a post on tumblr about a young Hermione reading Roald Dahl's Matilda and trying - with astounding success - to move things with her mind alone.