|Reviews for Harry Potter the Warlord Prince|
| healingcat 5/6/13 . chapter 33
I realize this story is probably abandoned but I wanted to let you know I enjoyed what you did have and have alerted the story on the off chance you decide to finish it.
| Random Chick 4/11/13 . chapter 22
HEY! The Jesus thing was very offensive and I really suggest you stay away from doing that. The whole Saetan, Daemon, and Lucivar can be passed because they are not the same as those in the Bible and play a different role and different potrayal.
I love Harry messing with people's heads! It's hilarious! Are you gonna have more steamy Hinny scenes, soon?
| LovingFanFiction 3/31/13 . chapter 10
WHAT!? gah! i love it! ahhhhhhhhhhh i have no words!
| LovingFanFiction 3/31/13 . chapter 2
bahahahhahah oh my gosh harry with his jewels from Gringotts, love it!
| LovingFanFiction 3/31/13 . chapter 1
yay i love this so far! i just stumbled upon your story on fanfic and im so happy i did! this is such a cretive mix and i cant wait to read it! i know it says it hasnt been updated in like 6 or 7 years but it so interesting i want to read what you have even if i can never finish it! but please do finish it because i already want to know how it ends despite me having read only 1 chapter!
| Guest 1/28/13 . chapter 30
Be careful who you call terrorists
These days yes the IRA are terrorists who dont even know who or why they are fighting
But but back in 1916 they were a symbol of freedom for irish people and many irish would consider it an insult to there heritage for them to be called terrorists
| Chaoticist 12/28/12 . chapter 23
Loved your reference to Make a Wish by Rorschach's Blot. That is one of the greatest HP fics I have ever read. EVER!
| KillerstarPendragon888 11/25/12 . chapter 13
| Guest 9/10/12 . chapter 33
Are you going to continue? Because I have been loving this story. I think you have Harry's persona of a Warlord Prince to perfection. As a lover of both series, I think you have really captured their essence. Please continue!
| chris 7/18/12 . chapter 33
wow harrys is sick and twisted when it comes to getting info from death eaters. I am loving the story and hope life and your muse give you the time and inspiration to finish this story.
| Shadow Starfire 3/22/12 . chapter 33
Please up-date this is one of the first and best hp x-over that I have ever read.
| Beloved Daughter 12/16/11 . chapter 33
This is a pretty cool story. I just wish that you would update it sometime.
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor 2/5/11 . chapter 33
In chapter 34 (Aftermath II) Harry and the reader both purge for a week. (You are one sick puppy.)
Well done! (even if sick.)
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor 2/5/11 . chapter 28
In other stories the goblins are excellent artificers and actually give Harry a goblin-made glamor bracelet.
Your story is the first I've read that has portkeys triggered by incoming spells so they can pull you out of danger. Good idea!
If I were as sensitive as Harry to acts of war, I would have purchased a dose of veritaserum in Knockturn Alley before entering Borgin and Burkes. Save myself from one obliviate.
| GodricGeoffreyGryffindor 2/5/11 . chapter 23
Just so you know, using the sorting hat as a secret keeper is non-canonical. The sorting hat is an enchanted soul-less sentience with a memory (like a muggle computer). The description of the fidelius charm is that it hides the secret in 'a living soul', not merely a sentient memory. It might be possible to use a horcrux, because it has part of a soul, but any other enchanted object is not going to work. A house elf or a kindred should work also, they are living beings that presumably have souls. (Canon doesn't say they have to be human souls.)
For the purposes of this story, it doesn't really matter. The entrance is hidden even without a fidelius charm, and the sorting hat can just tell an ordinary secret, which no true Marauder would be motivated to divulge (and the hat can check for trustworthiness).
Presumably the reason why a living soul is required rather than just a memory is so that when the living being dies with a secret, the charm can degrade gracefully rather than suddenly revealing the secret for all to see. After all, souls are indestructible and have afterlives, whereas enchanted memories do not. Exactly what happens is contradicted in canon, so you kind of have to make up your own mind on what really happens.
Another reason why a soul is required may be that an enchanted memory may not have enough capacity to hide the realities of a physical object, or may not be organized in the same way as a natural memory. An enchanted memory may simply not remember enough detail. Clearly, a natural memory holds prodigious amounts of information, even by the standards of modern computing; and it remembers things in high resolution 3D color and omnidirectional sound without pixelation or scan lines of any kind. What is actually required is the ability to hold two complete images, one of reality and one of the illusion to be presented to those who do not hold the secret, plus a mapping function that allows reality to be replaced with the illusion.