07 May 2021
Harry loves a surprise and comes up with an idea for a wedding gift for Al and Scorp.
The surprise does not go as planned and Harry’s original idea snowballs when the Goblins get involved.
Hilarity ensues? Updates Saturday and Wednesday. Sometimes also Sunday
- Part 1 of The Wedding Gift
Bookmarked by 19bcm78
09 May 2021
Written for Harmony & Co's Prompt Bank Garage Sale
Harry and Hermione are the only 2 of the trio to survive the war and fall in love. Harry becomes an Auror, Hermione works at the ministry. Then all of a sudden one day Harry gets a call that Vernon, Petunia, Dudley and his wife all died in a car crash, and he has to now raise his cousin’s daughter. Thinking the child is going to be a muggle, they prepare to tell her all about their world and why they are so peculiar. Only, when the girl arrives, she knows all about Harry and Hogwarts and magic from her dad. They’re extra surprised to find that she isn’t a muggle at all, but a muggleborn.
(Prompt submitted by Hope H.)
Based on this prompt from Harmony & Co's Prompt Bank:
Pre-Hogwarts. Harry is 6, Hermione is almost 7. They grew up close neighbors and in a fit of childish pique, decide to get “married.” The wedding is attended by their favorite plushies and by a couple of friends. One of the Potter elves officiates. The parents think it’s the cutest thing in the world, even magic is giggling.
Cut forward to when they get their Letters to Hogwarts and find out that magic wasn’t giggling from childish amusement but from the long term prank it just pulled on the wizarding world.
Minerva McGonagall is not the kind of woman to leave a child on a stoop in November without making sure he'll be cared for.
Her care changes everything.
09 Nov 2017
It started on a mission. The Asset found a child in a cupboard. The boy wasn’t in the brief he had been given but there was still something about the kid that seemed familiar, especially when he had raised his tiny fists with the full intention of fighting the Asset. What happened after that was as inevitable as winter in Russia, because no amount of brainwashing and conditioning could ever remove Bucky Barnes’ inherent habit of taking care of little punks determined to take on the world.
- Part 5 of The Light of Mankind