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joeBob posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 4:58am for Chapter 2

Thanks for the update.

>> "A what?" Dumbledore gasped in horror. "No!" Dumbledore knew long before Harry's 4th year that the scar was acting like a horcrux (HP7).

Chessicfayth posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 4:52am for Chapter 2

Fun read so far. Odd pacing, but I'm enjoying the story.

Davideg posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 3:24am for Chapter 2

thank you for sharing another fantastic chapter as well as for all the time and effort put in to this story please continue to update as life allows

Machelle posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 3:19am for Chapter 2

Love it! I think that this may be the first "bashing" story that truly isn't. Harry is accepting of the limits and flaws of others without being sanctimonious. He helps the elves because they ask not because "it is the right thing to do." No, the elves exert their rights for better treatment without the need for another to tell them this is so. These elves I could see existing and thriving being free. Like I said, Love It. (Oh and love the"nutty professor" and chamber yells! I was quite literally laughing out loud)

4rm36uy posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 2:05am for Chapter 2

That was a very nice way to end the chapter. There are so many writers out there that bash dumbledore sooooo heavily, or make him an evil old guy bent on Harry's demise. And I like those types of stories, it gives Harry someone to fight against that is not Riddle and brings a new twist to the world. But you show a Dumbledore that is different from the vast majority of the ones written as either incompetent or negligent.

You show him as an old man with too many responsibilities getting a desperately needed wakeup call in regards to Harry, and how he decides to react to that realization. It is something that I enjoy greatly and I'm always looking forward to seeing how he handles things from there on out.

Can't wait for the next chapter.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 1:56am for Chapter 2

I busted a gut laughing at that scene of them going down the chute (scary thing is, I recognized all the references).

I found it a most enjoyable chapter and thank you for that. I wonder if the school realizes just how much they've contributed to the maturing and growth of the folks in this group and just how inadequate it's going to make them feel/seem when it becomes evident. I rather suspect that independent house elves are going to force their own "velvet revolution" on wizarding society and that those not willing to adapt are going to end up far behind, and quite smelly. It would be amusing if the merpeople in the lake later filed a complaint with the house elves about the dirty, smelly students being dropped in the lake and polluting it.

Thank you very much for another enjoyable read.

Gardengirl posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 1:28am for Chapter 2

More excellent fun! Thanks for this. And thanks also for not making Dumbledore an evil jerk. This is a lot more entertaining!

Jason Karr posted a comment on Sunday 28th September 2014 12:17am for Chapter 2

it is nice that Harry has some friends that care for him. it is all so nice that the school is getting a good potions teacher

Michael10 posted a comment on Saturday 27th September 2014 11:54pm for Chapter 2

Skyrim seems to be popping up in a lot of stories

keep up the good work and I'm trying to think I heard Hermione's phrase when she went down the pipe before I can't remember where

Brian64 posted a comment on Saturday 27th September 2014 11:46pm for Chapter 2

OMG, I smirked so much at seeing both Ace Rimmer quoted AND Elwood Blues paraphrased - not that I didn't also appreciate the references to TMNT, Neil A, John McClane and I'm guessing probably... Doctor Who?

Awesome work as always.

Zaion posted a comment on Saturday 27th September 2014 11:03pm for Chapter 2

*slow clap*