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Summary: Harry writes a letter of apology, Willow uses her lesson planner, & Remus meets a muggle. Now with bonus stories.

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Harry Potter > Willow-Centered > Pairing: Harry PotterSamJamesFR1324032273,53624 Apr 0418 Jan 11Yes

Prophecy Fulfilled or World’s Shortest HP Crossover

Prophecy Fulfilled or World’s Shortest HP Crossover

By Sam James

Disclaimer: Harry Potter and co are J.K. Rowling’s. Willow belongs to Mutant Enemy and Fox. FanArt contributed by Shieldage. Thank you!


Dear Professor Rosenberg:

I’m sorry to inform you that your pet rat died. I guess I wasn’t the “best person to take care of this” as you put it.

P.S. Why did you name him Voldemort? People found it disturbing even though no one’s seen that evil guy in months.


Harry Potter

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Bonus crossover: Merger

"One last problem before we can merge your school of wizardry with our school for watchers," Giles told the old bearded wizard. "I'm afraid you'll have to dismiss Professor Trelawney. Under Infernal Revenue rules, the Watcher's Council is classified as a non-prophet organization."

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Bonus story: Surprise Crossover
Big & Bad

"So, you're probably wondering why I'm in Hufflepuff," the werewolf told the other students in his house. They nodded back at him. "I'm big, I'm bad, so you're asking why I'm not in Slytherin with the other baddies, right?" They nodded again and a couple moved back. "It's all the fault of that darned sorting hat. It went through my memories and found a time when three small but succulent piglets I had planned on eating were barricaded in a farmhouse. Well, my wolf form has no hands so I couldn't just turn the knob, so I took a deep breath and I huffed and I puffed..."
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