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Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from LordSchmodder
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Ooh. This I like! Looking forward for more!
Review By [LordSchmodder] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from Shanna
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This is a great start to a story. You've got me very intrigued as to how the Scoobies will react to the wizarding world. What's sure to be even funnier is how the wizarding world will react to the Scoobies!

I'd laugh if they were able to find some simple way to destroy the Dementors. Also, if he's not on Privet Drive that means no Dementor attack, right? Or will they still attack and Dudley be kissed? Any way, if they were destroyed it would force the ministry to use actual guards at Azkaban, hopefully. I'd think a breakout wouldn't be nearly as easy with human guards.

And who is this mysterious uncle of Willow's? Hmm, intrigue. Another crossover fandom, or OC?

Harry had better get that letter started before Padfoot starts howling at the moon that his godson is missing or Hermione's hair frizzes beyond all logical explanation due to her worry.

Like I said, great start. I can't wait to read more.
Comments from author:
Hey there! I'm so glad you're enjoying the story. Things will work out with the trio and the Marauders, never fear. They'll be worried as all hell, but everything will work out.

As for Willow's uncle, we'll be meeting him in the next chapter. And after that, a bit of exploration of the Wizarding World on the Western shores of the Atlantic. Stay tuned!
Review By [Shanna] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from (Recent Donor)christytrekkie
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I'm enjoying this. Vernon better watch his tone though lol.
Review By [(Recent Donor)christytrekkie] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from VillageOrchid
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While you are covering ground that has been written about in other stories, the way that you're tying it together is a little different.

Remembering wizarding culture is at least 1500 to 2000 years old, so their bodies are used to channeling that power, generation after generation.

If it were a culture of warlords that used might instead of magic, you might want to change it, too... but you couldn't just stick a knife into the works and be done with it. Magic is both their technology and part of their culture.

So far we have a chorus of the "we know better" people, but you have more depth and dialog than some of the one note of "we're right and everyone else is doing it wrong."

EDIT: Yes, it is meant to be compliment. I'm a little wary because I'm not sure where you're going with this... and there's been quite a bit of bad!fic with some of these themes. So far, so good. I like the POV from Harry showing his thinking and reactions.
Comments from author:
I'll have to take that as a compliment. Thank you. I try to provide a balanced viewpoint. Even if I think one side is right, it doesn't mean they are *entirely* right. Nothing is ever that simple.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from AriaDragoncrest
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Great start
Review By [AriaDragoncrest] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from (Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood
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Had a somewhat promising start, but I think I'll drop this from tracking now. You're going off on that whole stupid "magic is an addictive drug" thing that BtVS did only for Season 6 (and then promptly forgot about again in Season 7) which meshes horribly with the HP world and is really incompatible with the existence of a thousands-of-years-old Wizarding World where that is very much NOT the case. If you're going to mesh BtVS and HP, that needs to be toned down greatly or addressed in some other way than actually saying BtVS was right about that, as it totally invalidates the most basic premise of the HP world if used that way. Ah well, there are other stories...
Comments from author:
Regarding the whole addiction angle, I'm not going to take the exact stand that BTVS took, if you must know. It's really a bit more broad than that. I'm going for a whole 'too much dependence on ANYTHING is bad' kind of angle. Hence the whole point about electricity. Hell, whenever we lose power over here, I feel totally helpless. I'm not trying to say that magic is a drug, or that the Wizarding World is on the wrong path. I'm just saying that it's something to keep an eye on and to watch out for.
Review By [(Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from deathgeonous
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Hmm, this looks interesting. Well, thanks for writing this, bye for now,
Review By [deathgeonous] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from MarcusSLazarus
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Some VERY interesting potential here that I look forward to seeing developed; should be interesting to see how Harry's training progresses with the Scoobies as his new guardians (Just so long as Dumbledore's the only person who'll be guilty of 'questionable conduct' when it comes to Harry, by which I mean leave Harry's friends his friends rather than people who were helping Dumbledore manipulate him).
Comments from author:
Hey there! Thank you for your kind words. I do intend to leave Harry's friends above the fray, with Dumbledore and the Ministry taking most of the blame for the sad state of things. That being said, I do intend for Dumbledore to be redeemable. He strikes me, personally, as a man who recognizes that he is powerful and cunning, but at the same time he understands that this opens him up to fall all the harder when he does screw up. If he can be convinced that he DID, in fact, mess things up, I think he could be a strong ally.

That's assuming, of course, that his actions don't prompt the re-introduction of She of the Raven Hair and Veiny Face. We shall see. ~_^
Review By [MarcusSLazarus] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from borgrabbit
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Not a vague haiku:

A riddle for us
A riddle for the ages
Tom Riddle must die
‼☺♥☺‼☺♥☺‼☺♥☺‼

Great chapter‼
Review By [borgrabbit] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from borgrabbit
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interestin' Seymour, gReaT stARt

Betrayals add up
Seek relief from the pressure
Cry as the shards cut
Review By [borgrabbit] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Welcome to Yet Another Hellmouth" from tosca
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Interesting start! Looking forward to reading more. :-)
Review By [tosca] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from lunalurker
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A very enjoyable start, even with the easily addressed concerns that other reviewers have already brought up, and I'll definitely be following this to see where it goes. Thanks for writing. :)
Review By [lunalurker] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from dreameralways
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I like the concept and look forward to more, but I have to ask, on what grounds is she taking Harry? Is she having the Dursleys "voluntarily" sign over their rights? If Slayer Central were set up as a potential year-round living situations for juveniles, then it would just be an additional boarding school, but if not, she needs rights to Harry's guardianship.
Review By [dreameralways] • Date [22 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from VillageOrchid
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I'd like to see where you take this.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [21 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Privet Drive" from jormunguard
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Very good start. While I do think that he should show a little more reluctance to just leave with Willow, that can be shown in next chapter by showing get over his initial happy reaction and realize that he should contact at least Dumbledore (sp). Especially since at this time in the series I don't think he knows why he has to stay with the Dursleys, just that he keeps being sent back for the summer.
Review By [jormunguard] • Date [21 Sep 11] • Not Rated
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