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24 Apr 2016
Voldemort has found another way to ensure his own immortality but the methods he is seeking have a mind of their own. Unwilling to allow a dark megalomaniac to use their magic to reign eternal, Harry and other students of Hogwarts, friends and enemies alike, hear the call to find the Artifacts. Drawn into a world of dreams, they are faced against the chosen seekers of both Voldemort and Dumbledore, an unknown third party in a war that will awaken old magics, lost races, and things better left dormant. Alternate Universe beginning the summer before 5th year. Book One of Three.
- Part 1 of Masters of Death
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
19 Jun 2015
Resfeber (n): The restless race of the traveler's heart before the journey begins, when anxiety and anticipation are tangled together. A travel fever that can manifest as sickness. Wanderlust.
What if Harry Potter was born a metamorphmagus? The Dursley's would have taken one look at the abnormal ever-changing child and, due to their love and need for normality, they would have abandoned the child to die somewhere they couldn't be traced back to. Imagine growing up like that; All alone, homeless, restless, with the ability to change absolutely everything about yourself from your eye color to your species with enough dedication, and no one to tell you what to do.
How would that change things?
And more importantly, how would that change Harry?
(Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter. J. K. Rowling does. If I did own Harry Potter, it probably would not have turned out nearly as awesome, so I suppose you should all be damn grateful I Don't own The Harry Potter Saga. No Money is being made. Entertainment values only. Thank you Dearies! ~ P. G. "Red" Wolfe)
Ever since he got his memories back, Jack Frost began to dream of a lonely life, a moon that wasn't there before, a boy of living light, a girl who told stories, a shooting star, and a being of darkness and fear. Pitch Black? His staff began to feel...different. It didn't make sense. He was Jack Frost. But if that was true, then who was the person he dreamt of? This Jokul Frosti?
The Guardians never saw Pitch Black again after his defeat at the end of the Dark Ages. Most of the group was not concern about the missing shade as they believe they were better off without the Nightmare King and the lack of sightings meant that the other lost belief and vanished.
Imagine their surprise when they discover a silver ring in the hands of Jamie Bennet which reveal a submissive and wish granting Pitch Black....