|Reviews for A Life Twice Lived|
| danielpheonix chapter 1 . 7/5
I knew this was going to happen because of the synopsis but still funny as hell
| Sean Malloy-1 chapter 49 . 6/29
| Guest chapter 49 . 6/27
aaa I can't wait for more updatessss
| acetwolf94 chapter 49 . 6/25
I LOVE IT! ADD MORE PLEASE!
| richardkulisz chapter 23 . 6/23
42 means death in chinese superstition. just like 13 is bad luck in english. all because the chinese characters for 42 look sort of like the word 'death'. So the "answer to the meaning of life" supposedly is "death". The point of living is TO die.
This isn't profound, and it's not even a joke. It's nihilistic garbage. Encrypted so that people believe it's profound and take it seriously rather than heave in revulsion.
| Cyan-Snake chapter 6 . 6/22
Not Harry/Draco romance right?
| Guest chapter 28 . 6/18
the most incredibly sensible logical reason for people addicted to the dark arts that I've ever read. FINALLY! :D
| anonymous472 chapter 49 . 6/16
This is suprisingly good
| Noy chapter 14 . 6/11
Aaaah the famous fanfiction trope of "there wasn't any witness the night Voldemort tried to kill Harry therefore no one can know what really happened"
Makes perfect sense ! That's why I want to become a police officer by the way, it's the easiest job ever ! If there isn't a witness of the crime you are investigating then it's impossible to solve, case closed !
Or I could be an historian that study ancient history, since there were very few reliable sources written at the time and that any witness has been dead for centuries, well nothing I can do !
| Noy chapter 3 . 6/10
Since we are on the subject of being monolingual : Voldemort doesn't mean flight of death in french, it means nothing, it's just pure nonsense. The problem is the french word "vol" it only means flight if we are talking about the action of flying in the sky. So "Vol de mort" only make sense if you retranslate it in english.
What Rowlings did was on google traduction level of bad.
| Viviene001 chapter 5 . 5/30
Draco being slytherin through and through.
| Pink Floyd chapter 38 . 5/21
Now that it’s been brought up, we never did hear much about Walburga Black in this alternate universe — did that damn portrait of hers at 12 Grimmauld Place finally decay, given poor Kreacher’s fate here? If so… then, GOOD RIDDANCE!
| HALADA chapter 3 . 5/19
To 'QUID PRO QUO' (dated May 17, 2021): There’s an exact trope for that, called "Item Crafting".
A curious example is within the tale of Ilvermorny School on "Pottermore" — the Witch Isolt Sayre and her Muggle husband James Steward had trouble getting their newly founded magical school off the ground, due to there being no wands or wand-makers in America. However, Isolt learned how to harvest wand cores and James learned how to create wands with Muggle wood carving techniques. The merging of magical and Muggle techniques created very powerful wands.
| QUID PRO QUO chapter 3 . 5/17
If it makes anyone feel any better on what to do with "The Anarchist Cookbook"… it could be an 'offering' of sorts to Fred and George Weasley for their upcoming joke shop, "Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes".
From a gamer’s perspective, that would be like securing an alliance or opening up new (and more effective) crafting recipes…
Word of advice, Dancia — mind the Boxing Telescope (Hermione Granger was an 'unintentional' victim of it, in the original timeline) while doing your shopping…
| BareboneCredence chapter 13 . 5/15
Dancia’s/Danica's "List of Acceptable Friends and Acquaintances" sounds more like character briefs for a potential "Harry Potter" action-adventure role-playing game set in an alternate universe… even though a closer 'analogy' would probably be the "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" video game or the upcoming "Hogwarts Legacy"…
In "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" (depending on the platform), Harry is 'athletic' (he can climb up ropes, for example), has access to the Marauder’s Map and can cast the Patronus Charm; Ron has access to 'joke products' (such as Dungbombs and Stink Pellets) to compensate for his limited spell arsenal; and Hermione, despite being physically the slowest and weakest, has the greatest spell arsenal and highest base spell power. The Golden Trio have their own individual strengths and weaknesses but are a force to be reckoned with, when working together…
So, with respect to Dancia’s List (I still think you should have gone with Danica — as in, a personification of the "Morning Star" in Slavic Mythology), I’d figure the 'New' Trio would go like this: Dancia would specialise in Curses (making her the 'main attacker' and the one most likely to respond with lethal force); Harry would be more defence-oriented (especially with the Disarming Charm and Patronus Charm); and Hermione remains rather 'unchanged' (knowing the greatest number of spells that are capable of various effects) — sort of like a 'Damager, Healer, Tank' if you will…
Discussing the others (well, some of them)… now, this is where the fun begins: Susan as a future necromancer means she could face off armies with her own undead ones (and that Bear Spray/Mace for when someone gets too close for comfort — that IS rather funny to watch); Neville with the Sword of Gryffindor would make him a 'Magic Knight' (like Godric Gryffindor, swinging a sword while casting spells); and Luna would 'logically' be the 'Lethal Joke Character' (despite her pacifistic nature, she proves herself repeatedly as a very capable witch)…
WHAT FUN! FINGERS CROSSED!