|Reviews for A Bag Full of Cats|
| Victory in Chains chapter 6 . 4/1/2017
This one feels ripe for an x-men crossover where Harry is the 'something' of Jean Grey. Otherwise, sorry, it's not really remarkable or compelling in any way.
| Victory in Chains chapter 5 . 4/1/2017
I love this line: "All that was left was to see who would live long enough to regret winning its husk." It speaks to me.
Some minor errors of language.
I KIND OF think this has potential, thpugh you need some pretty hefty world-building to capitalize on it.
Superpowers are always a quagmire.
If you did move with it, you'd need to make sure someone went WITH Harry back in time, or it'd be all whiny-angsty-lonely Harry.
| Victory in Chains chapter 3 . 4/1/2017
Eh. I believe Hermione says "you have to destroy the vessel beyond magical repair." It's not that basilisk venom is, in itself, particularly inimical to a Horcrux, it's that the venom is incredibly destructive and can ruin the items in which the Horcrux exists.
So if A) Harry the entity is the Horcrux, obviously being healed by Fawkes means that he wasn't damaged "beyond magical repair." If B) Harry's scar is the Horcrux, well, the venom entered his body at the elbow. While the cranial branch of the circulatory system DOES split front the clavians, the venom would still hit Harry's heart (and destroy it, thus stopping it circulating...) before reaching his forehead.
So I can live with the way it worked canonically.
| Victory in Chains chapter 1 . 4/1/2017
THIS is the Albus Dumbledore that lives in my head. Thank you for the preface, 'Good Is Not Weak' is the phrase I've been trying to remember.
I think your Dumbledore's a little more active, and a little more encouraging than in canon, but... we really know very little about canon Dumbledore in the first place.
I tend to think that Dumbledore in canon was scrambling until practically the last moment for a way to get the Horcrux out of Harry's head without resorting to the 'AK to face redux' plan.
| lucavento chapter 4 . 3/7/2017
love it you should make it into a story please
| Avalonemyst chapter 1 . 2/16/2017
A very delightful one shot!
| fictionfreak9 chapter 6 . 12/3/2016
I thought of Tatsumaki from One Punch Man during this.
| mwinter1 chapter 6 . 9/1/2016
| mwinter1 chapter 4 . 9/1/2016
This chapter should be the start of a book.
| Shadow of God chapter 6 . 9/1/2016
Hey have you seen 'the disastrous life of saiki k'? It's about a psychic too but a more OP one. It's mostly comedy but it's also great commentary on what a psychic would really have to endure in life. If you liked mob psycho then you'll love it.
| Guest chapter 4 . 8/31/2016
This one, this one I would really really love to see some more of, not only for the interesting take on Dragon Harry, but also for the views on Goblins and the Houses it brings, plus the conflict it's setting up in the future, all in all it seems to be a story with a lot to it that I would like to be told
| The Richmaster chapter 3 . 8/20/2016
Yeah, this makes a lot of sense
| The Richmaster chapter 2 . 8/20/2016
This is definitely something I haven't seen before but the idea behind is so simple 'if you change yourself, then you may no longer be attuned to the same things'
| The Richmaster chapter 1 . 8/20/2016
This seems like a pretty interesting idea.
Though I don't think it's fair to call Snape's feelings towards Sirius and Remus "a schoolboy grudge", consider the following:
- you are 19 years old in school when you are either tricked or taunted into trying to uncover a secret by someone who publicly humiliates you for fun,
-upon arriving you find one of his friends has turned into an XXXXX class dangerous magical creature, which you are now in an enclosed space with. It then attacks you.
(an implication here is that the one who tricked you, at best, simply didn't care if you were killed or infected)
- You are 'saved' by the ringleader of the group, who is the one who starts most of the altercations and is doing this at least as much to stop his friends from getting into trouble as he is to actually save you
- you are then taken to a teacher who tells you point blank to say nothing about what happened while and that you apparently owe the ringleader a Life Debt
(also, as I recall, it is never said, or implied, that any apology was ever given or that the Marauders went easy on Snape following these events)
(and then there's the fact that, sometime in the last year or so, you got into a big argument with your childhood friend which might not have happened if the ringleader hadn't started an incident just to amuse the Tricker/taunter)
so, considering all that, I'd say that this supposed 'schoolboy grudge' is actually rather justified
That's not to say that I agree with the way Snape let his emotions get the better of him like that when there was clearly more going on than was obvious, just that it's understandable why he would hate them (one of them tried to eat him, albeit he wasn't in his right state of min, and the other set the situation up).
Sorry, I seem to have gotten off-topic
| Jack Inqu chapter 3 . 6/19/2016
Oh dear. That's going to throw canon for a loop, especially once Dumbledore finds out.
Take care, good luck, and I look forward to your next update.