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DannyBoy2k posted a comment on Monday 18th July 2016 12:35am

Umm....you don't think you slipped in your units, there? Five kilos is a lot even for a two-handed sledgehammer, and you wouldn't need that sort of weight in a blacksmithing hammer, since it's about repeated blows, not mass impact. And a 100 kilo anvil is a BRUTALLY large one, not to mention easily more body weight than Harry himself is sporting, most likely.

Belgareth posted a comment on Sunday 17th July 2016 11:14am

Have you thought about having Harry the Smith have something happen that causes him to end up in either the World of Warcraft or the world of Laurell K. Hamilton's Nightseer? Just wanted to ask that and say I really enjoyed reading your work.

domi1187 posted a comment on Tuesday 21st June 2016 7:05am

i wood like to see more of the story

Ebbie posted a comment on Monday 20th June 2016 5:17am

I just found this story and read it. It is wonderful. I really like the new characters that you introduced -- they added a lot of nice flavor to the story. Thank you for writing it.

HarnGin posted a comment on Monday 6th June 2016 7:16pm

This story was very entertaining,. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Carick posted a comment on Monday 16th May 2016 12:21am

good twist on canon and a well thought out story that works and hold the readers intrest.

Wanderer posted a comment on Sunday 27th March 2016 5:52am

It was a wonderful break from calamity. As I've often pointed out in other stories, if the hero is constantly facing tougher and tougher challenges, it's only a matter of time until they collapse from exhaustion. this kind of 'down time' also serves as the most important part of a story, at least imo: character development.

Thanks for the fun read. M

Wanderer posted a comment on Saturday 26th March 2016 8:12am

So much fun!

Thanks for the Skyrim references, and for giving Harry a way to Become Uber, but not Giving him Uber - as per gimicky goodies out of the CoS.

M

Wanderer posted a comment on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 12:28am

Oh my this is such a fun story. Back for another go - so many other stories out there, so many that fall so short of yours in quality, imagination and just plain Fun :)

M

sheepgrenade posted a comment on Thursday 10th March 2016 11:01pm

Loved the story and was hoping for more, quite sad it finished. Boris is fab by the way, please use the character more.

Noble Korhedron posted a comment on Sunday 31st January 2016 1:41pm

Ugh; this being over sucks, but it was good while it lasted…

Onawa posted a comment on Wednesday 13th January 2016 5:23am

I absolutely loved finding this story. I thought I had read everything you had written so this was a fabulous treat! Also, as a weaver, spinner, and embroiderer I really enjoyed the way you depicted the experience of crafting with such sensitivity and accuracy. As one who has has spent 10 blissful hours at the loom, utterly focused and yet totally relaxed, in 'timeless time' I can attest to the accuracy personally.

I think Harry the Blacksmith is one of my favourite Harrys.

Thanks for sharing your imagination, writing, and hard work with all of us readers!

Gary the Grouch posted a comment on Friday 8th January 2016 5:29am

Don't know if I left a comment already. This is one of my favorite stories. Period. However, I think it would benefit from an epilog.

I just finished my third or fourth reread; still the same, and still as much fun.

Thanks for sharing!

JudyRaie posted a comment on Wednesday 6th January 2016 9:44am

You should like this story that you wrote. It was well written in a way that was easy to read and follow, so you could just enjoy the read. It would be fun to see the gang grow up and see which way Harry's heart leads him, though I woul love to actually see him with both girls since they each hve qualities that would make a whole for him. hmmmmmm :)

BAFan posted a comment on Friday 1st January 2016 7:09pm

Wow. Incredible story! I enjoyed it despite wishing there had been a few "Meanwhile, back at the ranch" moments involving the other Hogwarts students and professors. It would have been nice to read about Ron, Dean, Seamus, et al, coming to the realization that Harry had been telling the truth and they had been acting like petty, envious children. Oh well. Certainly didn't stop me from reading and liking this story immensely.

~Debbie

BAFan posted a comment on Friday 1st January 2016 4:20pm

Excellent chapter! I love how their friendship has grown and become more important than winning, even though they're still competitive. And I'm so glad that Harry is beginning to realize that his instant attachment to Sirius was based more on desperation than on actual liking. Of course, so far at least Sirius hasn't been displaying any of the usual biased, Slytherin-hating, pranks-loving attitude we normally see in fanfics, which makes it easier for Harry (and me) to genuinely like/love him. I am enjoying this a lot.

Now having said all that, I was pondering why I'm not completely happy with this story, and I realized that something is missing (for me, at least). So far the focus has been almost entirely on Harry and Friends, which is understandable. We have very little idea of what is happening outside that group in terms of what the rest of the student body and staff are experiencing. We've been seeing events from inside a Harry bubble, so to speak. I for one would dearly love to know what Ron, Dean, Seamus, et al, are thinking and feeling. Ditto with Voldemort, for that matter.

JMO, of course!

~Debbie

BAFan posted a comment on Thursday 31st December 2015 10:09pm

Very interesting!!

~Debbie

red jacobson posted a comment on Friday 25th December 2015 2:32pm

Hey Tim - Happy Christmas! I just finished (re) reading this story and wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the hopeful tone of the ending and I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.

Red

mwinter posted a comment on Tuesday 8th December 2015 1:17am

Been a while since I last read this story. Still like it now as I did then.

Michael Cornfoot posted a comment on Saturday 17th October 2015 9:08pm

Hey

This is a brilliant stpry. Are you going to do a sequal?

Regards

Michael