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Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from ChaosLady
This is a great story. I hope you haven't abandoned it! I want to read more!
Review By [ChaosLady] • Date [4 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from spring
This is such a wonderful story. I do hope that you update this again in the near future.
Review By [spring] • Date [22 Nov 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from RandomSelection
PLEASE, continue this! Is one of the best crossover-stories I've ever read! And harry's outburst was loooong overdue! He told them all right!
Review By [RandomSelection] • Date [21 Aug 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from Obsidian
Great story so far, Look forward to more.
*feeds plot bunny*
Review By [Obsidian] • Date [12 Jun 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from Morpheous
I like the story and hope more chapters come soon.
Review By [Morpheous] • Date [4 Sep 07] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from AnnOfMidnight
I do love this story. Finally, a Harry with cohones-
Review By [AnnOfMidnight] • Date [17 Jan 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from link
I really like the way you write Faith and Harry interaction here. I can't wait to see how Harry will suffer in Faith's hand during the training. And Harry will suffer right? *evil grin*
Review By [link] • Date [12 Jan 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Harry Potter and the Spy of Slytherin" from LISA2
Ok, first thing, I am loving this plot and I can honestly say it's something I've never seen before.
Secondly, I'm begging you, (on bended knees here) no Buffy/Xander. If they didn't hook up before they're not gonna do it now, Buffy see's him as nothing more than a friend and I'm pretty sure he feels the same way now.
Over all I'm loving this fic and I don't usually read any crossover that isn't Willow or Xander centered and I usually dislike most Harry centered stuff.
Well Done.
I know it seems like I'm going back and for what with the good point bad point but I promise I'll stop after this. I kinda agreed with whoever said the BtVS characters were a bit OoC, they really wouldn't just stand in he background like they are especially with being attacked like they were and Willow really is described like the most powerful witch there is they said so, she would be able to defend herself from some death eater, I mean they stabbed her the back with an axe and she got right back up.
Oh and why don't they have magical wards on the council headquarters.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the reply. I'm glad that you're enjoying [most] of the story. To take your points one by one...
Buffy/Xander is by no means a definite for this story. At least not as a pairing pairing... more as an unforeseen side effect of something else... And I think if I say more than that, I'll give too much away... So I'll leave it there.
I'm glad that you like it even though it's Harry centered:) lol
Personally, I don't see them as OoC... but that's mainly because I know more of the scope of the story... the parts that I haven't written yet for instance;) Yes, they are in the background now, but it's more because they are sizing up the situation, trying to figure out in what ways they'll be able to help the most. (And yes, I do think that they'd consent to hiding out for a while in order to protect the world from an insane and evil Wizard.) But trust me, they won't stay in the background long. As for Willow, well that all comes down to how you see her. I see her as a very, very powerful witch who doesn't trust the power that she has and will do and withstand anything to prevent herself from going down the same dark path of the past. To prevent herself from taking another human life. I feel that this desire would only have been magnified by the 'white' magic that flowed through her in Chosen. So yes, Willow could have annihilated many a Wizard when she was attacked. She chose not to and that will be addressed later in the story...
And lastly, Council Headquarters... The old Council may have been aware of the Wizarding World but, well, they blew up. No one in the new Council (Giles, Buffy, Willow, etc...) were aware of the Wizarding World prior to meeting Tonks, so it wouldn't be practical to think that they'd have anti-apparation wards in place...
Of course, those are just my viewpoints on things and I hope that I explained where things came from adequately. Thanks again for the reply! Please feel free to point out anything you see as a plot hole... I like to be able to block those up whenever possible...;)

Review By [LISA2] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from AriaDragoncrest
Good story so far.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the reply, I'm glad you like it.

Review By [AriaDragoncrest] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from kiwi
goodness gracious! so well written! the characterization from both 'verses are on-point. keep up the superb work! :)
Comments from author:
Thank you for the reply, I really appreciate it! Also, I'm glad that you think that the character's are on point (though not everyone agrees;). I am trying very hard on that:) Thanks again!

Review By [kiwi] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from (Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood
Had to stop reading at this point. Your BtVS characterizations are *off*. They all just allow themselves to be stuffed into some wizarding witness protection scheme without any real thought, right after meeting a whole hidden society of such people? And *Willow* not being able to protect herself magically?! Well, it’s not like she’s potentially the most powerful spellcaster on the planet – oh, wait, *she is*. Nonetheless, she never bothers to put up much of a decent fight against even a single Death Eater and then just fades herself in the background afterwards. And if the Wizarding World has heard of the Slayer (and by extension, the Watcher’s Council) to the point that they have passed laws on the matter, why is the reverse not true? This is just bad storytelling – these things makes little sense. You’re shoe-horning characters into the HP world and blithely disregarding universe compatibility issues that really should have been addressed in such a crossover. I recommend “The Muggle Way” by justaguy as a prime example of how a BtVS / HP crossover *should* be done right.

And the author’s notes about Robin and Kennedy – bad form. Work that into the story, don’t just tack such facts on as a sticky with no explanations at all for them in the story – those characters simply vanished without a trace.
Comments from author:
Well, I almost didn't reply to this, simply because there seemed to be a heck of a lot of venom in it, considering the fact that we're talking about a fanfiction story here... But since I'm not one to shy away from confrontation, let's look at what you had to say.
A) They didn't allow themselves to be stuffed into magical protection, they made a choice. A choice to learn more about the Wizarding World. A choice to try and help defeat a very evil Wizard. I ask you, is that *really* out of character for the Scoobies? And sure, they're kind of hanging in the background at the moment, but I see that more as getting their bearings. It makes more sense to me than the stories where they join the Wizarding World and automatically take over... but that's just me...
B) It's not really a question of Willow being *unable* to protect herself magically. It's more along the lines of being *unwilling* to use magic when it might make her dark and crazy. No, all her issues have not been addressed yet, I prefer to work up to things like that. It's called dramatic tension...
C) The Wizarding World knows about the Slayer and the Council... and hey, the higher ups in the Council knew about the Wizarding World. They blew up. Any questions? (Again, it's going to be explained later on. I don't like having my characters figure everything out immediately, by seeming to pull the answers out of their you-know-what's... go figure.)
D) The author notes about Robin and Kennedy just avoided unneeded (and boring) exposition about unneeded (and boring) characters. And just because I put the note there (in answer to questions posed to me) did not mean that they were just going to disappear from the story. Those relationship are going to be explained, *when* it fits into the story. I wasn't about to just throw it in there so that people would know (Which is why I put it in an author's note. Hey, that's what they're for.)
Also, just a friendly piece of advice. If you're going to hold on so tightly to canon and balk so strongly at any hint of anything that doesn't conform to your idea of things, maybe the world of fanfiction just isn't for you.... Just a thought.
So hey, that came out a lot more bitchy than I intended... but you reap what you sow.
Moving on...
Thank you for the reply... Hey, I try to be polite... it just doesn't always work.
Review By [(Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [4 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from (Current Donor)SusanAnthony
This is a wonderfully put together plot and Harry is really growing into a leader. I like Draco too, trying to figure out what's right and then finding the guts to stand up for it. In many ways his choices are much more difficult than Harry's since he's going against everything he was raised to believe. I like the way you've integrated the Scoobies into the Order. This is going to be a very interesting alliance!
Comments from author:
Thank you so much for the reply! I'm really glad that you're enjoying the story so far! Yes, Draco is going to have a hard path to follow... but Harry will be their to help him, however unwillingly at times;) And I'm glad you like how the two worlds are starting to mesh:) Thanks again for the reply!

Review By [(Current Donor)SusanAnthony] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from azulkan
Great story...but you forgot the shoes. lol. Looking forward to the next chapter.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the reply! And don't worry, Harry will remember to stop for the shoes... I just didn't think we acutally needed to see that scene... But it will be mentioned:) Thanks again for the reply!

Review By [azulkan] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from purrfus
Interesting setup. Good work with the Scoobies and the Order mixture. Draco's interactions with Harry are also good.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the reply. I'm glad that you're liking the mixture/interactions between the Scoobies and the Order. I like the Draco/Harry scenes too. They're fun to write! Thanks again for the reply!

Review By [purrfus] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Five" from mithrilandtj
I just discovered this story. I like it.
I love the fact that Faith followed him. Invisible doesn't get past a Slayer ;)
And I'm glad that Draco is turning to the Right side of the fight.

Keep writing
Comments from author:
Thanks for the reply. I'm glad you like the story!
Yeah, takes a lot to get one over on a slayer... Plus sneaky, snarky Faith is fun to write.
I'm glad you like where Draco is heading;)
Thanks again for the reply!
Review By [mithrilandtj] • Date [11 Jan 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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