|Reviews for Screw Them!|
| edwards-sparrow chapter 1 . 10/25
I would love to read McGonagalls reaction to what Hermione found out about QEA
| csheila chapter 1 . 9/13
I had missed this one. Great solutions and retribution.
| Ygyhihlhkgig chapter 1 . 8/31
| andregonzalez469 chapter 1 . 8/24
Thank you so much for this delightful story ! So few people write Harry Potter just giving the wizards a big fat NOPE and going on to live his own life so thank you
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/16
Honestly I like this version of Harry Potter, he has a happier life.
| Corwyn chapter 1 . 7/29
Wonderful! I'm jumping off to the sequel now. Thanks for sharing this story with us.
| NulledVoid chapter 1 . 7/25
| Star Sage chapter 1 . 7/22
Interesting. One can easily guess that Moldybutt's return was facilitated by the Diary in this timeline, negating the need for the fourth year ritual, actually giving him more time of lead in, but also saddling him with that weaker body. Curious if the pair, the spirit and the Diary version, merged at some point.
That said, this is an interesting timeline. The players aren't evil per say, just...not nice, and a child who has only one year of being not despised for his blood, was likely to take a rejection harshly. It makes sense for him to leave, and it even makes sense that none of them would think about him until after he'd been gone for quite some time.
I certainly like that there's an explanation here for why the teachers were oblivious in that ending. Too many students, and one teacher per subject meant that they literally didn't have time to deal with individual problems, and they dismissed it as 'just kids stuff', not realizing that the kid in question would not see it that way.
I enjoyed this a lot, and especially since, unlike other dumb light stories, the 'good guys' have reasons, and Moldybutt's crimes aren't glossed over. That said, I am curious if he can come back, as the spell that keeps him alive has not been dealt with in this timeline, and worse, if he comes back again, he'll have far more freedom of movement than he did before.
I mean, good as we see the average witch or wizard was, Dumbles and Moldy were on another level entirely, and better yet, next time he won't underestimate his less magical foes, since they countered him too. Though he also won't have the same power base, so there is that.
| Duchess67 chapter 1 . 6/30
LOL I like this!
| Ghostwriter chapter 1 . 6/8
Awesome job. Love it.
| paulritter928 chapter 1 . 5/21
I would like to know how headmistress McGonagall reacted to this information, and how the ministry of magic handles not having muggle borns financing diagon ally. and also the work force being depleted in wizarding world. Also the muggle born not attending hogwarts must have some effect on finances of hogwarts. The muggle borns must have effect on the standard of education with the ICW. Does the new school get recognition in ICW for having higher standards than Hogwarts? Does ICW have a representative caused by muggle ministry sponsoring a magical school?
| RHW chapter 1 . 5/13
Great story. And it has the potential to be a long story as well! Hint, hint!
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/3
Really great story
| mumphie chapter 1 . 2/18
Loved your story. I think that you should consider continuing it. It could be a lot of fun...twisting the knife...to the magical world.
| Daemoniorum chapter 1 . 2/6
Really liked this oneshot. Very much typical that Hogwarts doesn't realise where all the muggleborn went for 10 years and simply assumed they went to beauxbatons.