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karlii posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:20pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

OMG... this absolutely ROCKS!!!!

Tim, I gotta say, that after it's all said and done, it really doesn't matter how long it took you to get this thing finished! THANKS!!! And GOOD JOB!!

I swear, my cat was giving me funny looks as I shouted for Krum... and applauded for Percy...

By the time I got to 'elderberries', I was nearly falling out of my chair! Quite the ROFL'ing story! It was reminiscent of the dance scene earlier!!! :-)

I am eager to see how you finish "Hope", but I know now, that however long it will be, it will be worth the wait!

Thanks again!

Ina posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:20pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Thank you , thank you, thank you!

Thank you for such a funny, unique, priceless and simply brilliant story.

I loved it (even if I'm not usually a fan of the Harry/Ginny pairing) and I even loved the end/last chapter. But this "even" is only because it is the last chapter of the story, the end of a journey through your mind or better to say through your story/universe.

I loved it because you made the storyline credible and I will come back to read it again (in one sitting). But not for tonight. I choose to read this part even if I have to loose my beauty sleep for it. Now I'm off to bed and stand up in 4 hours to go to work.

Be proud of your work and take care
Ina

CootiePatootie posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:15pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

“It seems so long ago,” Ginny said, “that all this started.”
“It was a different life, Gin. One I’m happy is behind me.

autobiographical much? ;-)

LifeScientist posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:13pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Tim,
Nice job. You're right your writing style has changed and--partly due to the way JKR treats the HG relationship in HBP, this actually feels less natural than it did at the beginning. Oh well, external forces have as much to do with a story as internal ones at times. Still,
a very nicely done job with lots of humor and other good things to keep one interested and interesting character development as well. Looking forward to other bits and pieces of other thigns as they happen for you and thanks again for a great tale.
Matt

redwoodhouse posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:09pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Excellent all around story. When good stands against evil, evil loses. The use a mmail was new and unique that worked really good to carry the story.

Thanks for a good story

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:07pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

A well and proper way to end this fantastic romp!

The Wizengamot Meeting: Busted!Fudge, Busted!Umbridge, Busted!Wormtail (again), Busted! DE Wizengamot members (especially Parkinson), and (finally) Mousetrapped!Percy (a nice change of pace that it's *Percy*, not Arthur, that got stuck being Interim Minister).

Pansy: Harry warned her. Draco warned her. *Nott* warned her. Now she's pushing up mandrakes.

Neville/Bellatrix: Neville got past his rage and thirst for revenge; apparently he read the ancient proverb: "When seeking revenge, first dig two graves."

Riddle vs. Team Black: Who better to pin Riddle down than Sirius, Narcissa, *and* Bellatrix (and how apt that they use Tom's favorite non-lethal curse to do it!) so Harry can administer the Final Slicing.

Lucius and Rodolphus: Both find out MUCH too late that you piss off a Black at your peril, and just before their boss learns the same lesson the same way.

Definitely different, Tim; and definitely *satisfying*.

ThunderGod posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:06pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Scooby dooby doooooooo...something which you forgot to mention:}

I have loved this story from when I first read it till now, and yes I have noticed that your writing style has changed, less humourous jokes, but more general broad humour...I have enjoyed the years of enjoyment this has given me, and look forward rereading the entire lot in one sitting later on.

ThunderGod

FenrisWolf posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:03pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Congratulations! A wonderful end to the epic, well worth the wait. I wondered a few times towards the end whether this was going to morph into a harem fic at the end, very glad it didn't.

TMW also has the singular honor of being the ONLY H/G fic I've followed to the end since I became an inveterate H/Hr shipper. Fortunately for my touchy stomach you kept the R/Hr moments to a minimum, but even if you hadn't I think I would've kept reading. Now that it's finished I'll head back to Portkey and the ship I love best, but for the adventure, the laughs, and the smiles, thank you!

Roberta Johnson posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 6:00pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Thanks, Tim! This is the story that "hooked" me on Fan Fiction, though I like everything you've written!

jenks posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:55pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

I loved it thanks for writing it

BT posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:53pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Thank you for the enjoyable ride, and for finishing it after all this time!

sailrpopeye posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:53pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

No sequel??? Damn.... Are you absolutely sure?? (puppy dog eyes on full blast)

Well, it took long enough but it was worth the wait - now to go back and reread it from the beginning again to get the full scope and majesty of these immoral..erm, immortal words.

Loved it and can hardly wait for the next piece of "Hope" to come out. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for your patience with all of us out here who have been hounding you all this time - great story, and hope for many more.

Cheers,

Ed
sailrpopeye

Chris Jenks posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:47pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

...and what a long, strange trip it's been. As well-written as ever. It's interesting to trace the evolution of your writing style from the first chapters to the present. Your writing style has matured, and it's impressive. Thanks for a great story.

Daven posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:28pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

It could have happened no other way, and I would have it no other way. This is a great story, not just a fanfiction. Keep writing and I will keep reading

Jamie46 posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:18pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

:) ...sigh... eeeeeee!!!... hahah, knew it!... hahahhaha... =-O ... wow!... :-D .... HAHAHAHHAHAHA..... yay... ha ha... whoa! ...

and other such various expressions. All are what I felt, said, and otherwise expressed while reading this awesome chapter. I've loved this story for a very long time and am a little sad to see it end, but at the same time, very, very excited for those same updates. It was an awesome story, one that I continuously reread, even while it was in unfinished status. It's one of my all-time favorites and I know I'll read it again in the future. I look forward to reading more of your stories (as I don't think I've come across one that I dislike), and while I agree that it'd be interesting to see what further happens in the TMW storyline, I agree that this was the place to stop and you wrapped it all up nicely. :) Thanks so much for writing this, for finishing it, and for creating this awesome website for such fantastic fics. :-D

...And Ginny is one LUCKY girl, and I'm rather jealous. :-P :-D hehehe.

(The final battle was brilliant: I loved how Voldie kept losing supporters right and left at the start. :-D kekeke)

gummihu posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:17pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

You are a god... a part of me is sad that this is the end, but a bigger part has been waiting for this since you posted chapter 9 on ff net and I found it by a coincidence, since I've read it many time over.
I'll end this longest review with the same words I told Abraxan when she finished her "The Refiner's Fire" duo:
You are an amazing writer and I sincerely hope hat this is not your last piece of writing.

P.S. Monty Python, FTW

P.P.S. Now go finish "Hope"

DasRaven25 posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:15pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

A great piece of writing, that I have enjoyed since the start. I hope you keep up all the great work with your future stories.

Chrispy posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 5:12pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

A grand finish, and I agree. A sequel would only diminish it.

Still, you've done marvelous things with this. Hat's off to you.

Crys posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 4:58pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Aw, no Harry versus Charlie? Was looking forward to that . . . [continue reading] Oh, yah!

> Harry smiled and summoned a book from Hogwarts library.
From hundreds of miles away. Just like that without blinking. *sigh* Yeah, can we say pow-er-ful? I knew you could.

> Percy snorted elegantly. “For all I know, he’s planning on resurrecting Merlin!”
> “Now there’s an idea,” Amelia mumbled.
*laugn* Oh, those two lines are priceless!

> Kingsley sniggered.
Uh, oh . . . I think I see where this is going. I suspected it a few sentences ago, but Kingsley's reaction clinched it.

> “He can finish a sandwich the size of your head in seconds!”
*laugh* Okay, I know what cartoons you watched as a kid :)

> The Defence professor – and Harry still couldn’t remember his name – moved to the right,
Snerk! BTW, I noticed that Harry continued with the Halloween timeframe in front of Parkinson. Nice touch, that.

> The boy about to bleach his mind
*chuckle* Now where have I heard that expression (multiple-multiple times)? As an aside, liked the Daily reports.

> “I can’t decide if that’s sickeningly cute, sickeningly predictable, or just sickening,” Ron sighed.
And another one-liner I liked

Even I, the Monty Python illiterate peasant, recognized a lot of that.

> Bill had certainly given the wards teeth.
*vicious grin* Bravo, Bill. Bravo.

> <strike>Audaces fortuna juvat</strike> The final taunt to Voldemort: Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries
*chuckle* I like that.

> The Truth Is Out There
*blink* *laugh* I don't know if we've seen her .sig before, but that one is absolutely perfect.

Good wrap-up, boss.

Overall, epic, thoroughly enjoyable story. My hat's off to the master storyteller.

Frederick Herriot posted a comment on Tuesday 27th February 2007 4:55pm for 10c - Werewolves, Goblins and Dragons, Oh My! (Part 3 of 3)

Dear Jeconais,

To quote . . .

TMW is finished, some people like it, some people dislike it, and some people rabidly hate it. I’m happy enough with the latter parts, slightly embarrassed by the earlier parts, but pleased that it is finished.

Count me in as one of the people who like it, from start to finish.

Cheers!

Fred