|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Physical Adept|
| darth Queidus chapter 1 . 5/2
My Mom worked at a restaurant around that time and she says the cooks and the dish washers weren't tipped. Was the system diferent in other parts of the United States?
| BerserkLittleCook chapter 21 . 4/29
"Hit it with something heavy until it stops moving."
Preach it, sister
| BerserkLittleCook chapter 14 . 4/29
Snape actually has a pretty good cover as a double agent. He was originally a bad guy, murdered a bunch of people, 'tricked' the good side into trusting him, hates HP with every fiber of his being, blames Dumbledore for not protecting Lilly, invented a couple of dark spells (with is much more impressive in-cannon), provides valuable information and services in undermining the good side and is overall one of the most competent bad guys.
He weakened HP's mind for V to manipulate.
He killed freaking Dumbledore.
He provided V with accurate information on when HP is moving out of Privett Drive.
He secured the Sword of Gryffindor in Gringotts so it can't be used on the Horcruxes (false but V doesn't know)
| Zerak chapter 24 . 4/29
I thought Harry always had his tongues spell active.
| BerserkLittleCook chapter 12 . 4/28
Oh, so this is an anime. Silly me, should've realised earlier *facepalm*
| BerserkLittleCook chapter 7 . 4/28
"Best friend"? Is it not "only friend" anymore?
| BerserkLittleCook chapter 4 . 4/28
"I'm not insulting you, I'm simply stating facts,"
| Zerak chapter 21 . 4/24
Why did he say he doesn’t have a fortune? I’d it info control? Because he has a lot of gold.
| theaceoffire chapter 27 . 4/22
... not killing Ginny is something I'm happy about was not expecting, but ignoring a shadowy hand wrapped around her brain after knowing it is probably related to his immortal enemy?
It feels really out of character for him to ignore a serious threat like this.
| shiro-wolfman-k chapter 14 . 4/17
One of the mayor changes in the movies, is Snape as a person.
Alan Rickman HATED Snape, in fact so much that Rowling had to spoil the ending of the series just so he would remain as the actor of the character, which she adored him for.
Snape and Lily's relationship was already going downhill in the books.
The movies made Snape a poor victim of the Marauders, he was merely misunderstood... closer to how Harry is than anyone else. When in reality, he was also a bully and a much dangerous one, because he was vicious in the retaliations, he aimed to inflict pain, maim or destroy. He even created a cutting curse that only he would know how to fix... as a student.
Lily had friends outside Snape, he wasn't HER ONLY FRIEND; she had girlfriends, and said friends were routinely abused, attacked and bullied by Snape AND his circle of friends all Death Eaters wannabe that later ended up as inner circle. Lily was "ignored" mostly because Snape claimed her as his. (This goes even when he fully joined the Death Eaters, he asked Voldemort to not kill her because she was his, then he got cold feet and went to Dumbledore who was actually appalled and disgusted when he deducted what he actually wanted initially…)
Snape in the movies is made to be a tragic hero, that loved Lily so much that he mourned her death ever since, and never gave up on her, true love apparently.
In the books, he was an obsessive man that took did not like that the female he has marked as “his” … doesn’t reciprocate. He’s the kind of man that doesn’t take a “no…” very well. While James is currently lambasted by the fandom for being a horrible person, it’s funny and quite ironic, because of all people in that era, the only one to actually grown up was him, which was probably why Lily choose him.
Sirius, Remus, Snape and Peter never got over the characteristics that defined them as kids, they never got over themselves, never matured, never changed.
All of them remained the same all along.
Sirius never took things seriously, and of all of them, he was the most vicious of them all due to his short temper and vengeful persona product of the abuse from his family. He was only a child alongside James, and that was the problem, he always wanted to be a child, to have fun and run away from the dreadful life he had. James was Sirius escapism, and never even to the day he died, took things seriously, his temper and vengeful persona always controlling his every action, he died a man-child, unable to see the consequences of his actions.
Remus was a raised a victim, he always felt pity for himself due to his condition and never got over it, he constantly punished himself over his condition, to the point that he kept constantly fleeing and putting the blame for everything going wrong in his life to his condition. He also, never took responsibility seriously, in fact, like Sirius, as soon as there was a responsibility put upon him, he quailed, he even went as far as to abandon his pregnant wife… because he was scared of the responsibility that entailed only to be told off by Harry. He died before he could even begin to live his darned life without the “excuse” his condition has turned out to be…
Peter was always envious of his friends, he was opportunistic and a coward to the bone, he had potential to be more. But he always felt less than his friends… He would always side with whom he thought would win or give him benefits… which was why Voldemort gave him that hand, the man saw through Peter, he knew that as soon as the opportunity presented itself, if there was a chance to turn back into “the light” if they seemed to be winning or had a change of heart, the hand would then, kill him and deny the traitor/turncoat to live any longer… Which was what happened in the books as the movies omitted that scene because it was… “too grisly” (Says the movie series which burned a man to death while he screamed in extreme detail too… in the first movie).
Snape was an obsessive boy from an abusive family (father), that got a crush on Lily because unlike other children, she didn’t run away from him. (He’s rather unpleasant, physically speaking in the books). He deemed Lily “his”, and never got over it. Not even when the girl clearly showed that she wasn’t interested, romantically speaking. Their friendship begins to deteriorate when Lily finally notices that his “protection” is only applied to her, he does nothing to stop his friends from abusing and terrorizing her friends and other people. The “Mudblood” incident was simply, the last straw in an already deteriorating relationship were she finally noticed that her friend isn’t a pleasant person at all. (And that their friendship and her safety came attached with her obeisance and acknowledgment of his claim over her).
He’s literally the kind of man to utter: “If I can’t have you, no one will!” before he kills the woman he “loves…”
James of all of them, grew up enough to stop thinking of himself first, stopped being a brat, even went as far as to save Snape from being murdered by a transformed Lupin, something that Sirius concocted when he noticed that Snape was spying on them. James strongly disapproved of this, because it wasn’t a prank, it was an attempted murder and it would’ve destroyed Remus… heck he learned to put others well-being over his, to the point of attempting to delay Voldemort without a wand, knowing he was going to be killed for doing so…
And funnily, in the fandom, despite all of this, James is heralded a monster while Snape is claimed an unsung hero, and who Lily should’ve ended up with.
Funny, isn’t it?
| alrislir chapter 10 . 4/16
Reading about Dobbie death got me a weird idea. In canon Dobbie portrayed as not very bright individual. Stealing letters and sealing platform entrance shows he doesn't think things through. And enchanting quiddich ball was quite dangerous and life threatening. Yet, in fanfiction, if Dobbie avoids canonical death, he's often good servant and friend to Harry. Question is, why he suddenly becomes normal from mentally unwell? Why his help doesn't end in original Dobbie-style?
| Svenion chapter 3 . 4/9
if harry doesn't try to get bitten by both a vamp and a werewolf, after finding this out, i call bs
| mikewj93 chapter 27 . 4/8
If you haven't seen them already, amazon prime video has several veey interesting time travel movies. One is a mockumentary called The History of Time Travel, and the other is called Assassin 33 A.D. Both of these movies have takes on time travel actively affecting the world as it happens.
| MrsFH chapter 29 . 4/6
Thanks for two very enjoyable, well-written, and wholly original stories.
The detailed author’s notes at the end of each chapter aren’t necessary, as the author’s skill doesn’t leave gaps in the reader’s understanding. Looking forward to reading the next installment when it is complete.
| Stefan Bathory chapter 28 . 4/5
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