|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Guardians of Power|
| SnapeAngel chapter 6 . 8/6/2009
well well back to 'early founders' time..very cool..was wondering where they went to
very glad the 'scar' and the mark were removed from the two of them..always wondered what all tom did with his mark to his 'followers' besides torture them to come to him or possibly kill them if they ran..interesting
like this alot so far!
| inactiveacount121212 chapter 30 . 8/5/2009
That was awesome! Absolutely amazing job! :) I loved it!
| Messrmarauder017 chapter 30 . 7/29/2009
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Legnthy chapters, detailed content, well paced. There aer a few twists I didn't expect, but appreciated. I was initially concerned about the 'overly' emotional Snape at the beginning of the story when they first travelled back, but as the story progressed I saw how well it worked, and how the emotions tied in with the plot. After the rather abrupt start, everything kind of... evened out and I let myself enjoy it more from an open minded POV rather than that of a sceptic. Congrats on a well written fic. -CVQ
| Harriverse chapter 30 . 7/12/2009
This is going to sound stupid, but I didn't read this sooner because it wasn't marked complete. I figured it was so old and you had written so much that it would never be finished. Little did I know that this wonderful story was just waiting, unappreciated, for so long. It was very good. My only question was how Harry was able to condense 10 years of progress in wizarding advancement into a few short months of study in order to take his OWLS. Did the wizarding world move so slowly that no new advances were made over that incredible time span? Seeing reenactments of homes from that time period, even with his fathers knowledge of things improving, he should have still been a bit behind. Or is it that he was so powerful that what he could do was just that good? Not a criticism, just a point that I had sticking out in my enjoyment of this wonderful story. The last chapter when you finally explained the title of the story was a wonderful surprise that was like the cherry on top of a wonderful sundae. Bravo.
| Toria Raeanne Cullen chapter 30 . 7/5/2009
I have now offically read all of your finished stories...AND THEY ARE AWESOME. Like I've said before I love Sev and Harry stories. So thanks again for the awesome stories and Keep It Up!
| The Blind Apprentice chapter 30 . 6/13/2009
I have to say, I don't think I have ever enjoyed a story so much.
Once I started reading, it was frustrating the kind of story that I never wanted to stop hitting the next chapter button.
I am in awe of this story and I am very glad that you took the time to write this amazing story.
I will assuredly be reading more of your work.
A humble writer,
The Blind Apprentice
| Rika chapter 30 . 5/23/2009
In chapter 18:
"“Well, Harry, it seems both of your mother’s parents were pureblooded squibs who apparently didn’t tell each other of their magical heritage. Your father is a direct descendant of Galen and his wife; and your mother is a direct descendant of Deaglan and his wife. And no, Tom Riddle is not related to Salazar and Helga. If he is truly the ‘Heir of Slytherin’ it is from Salazar’s bastard son, Seren, the one who kidnapped you and is trying to reign terror on the countryside.”
“So that’s why I can hear Hogwarts’ speak? And why I could pull Godric’s sword out of the sorting hat in my second year to kill the basilisk? And why I am a parselmouth?” Harry was stunned and full of questions.
“Yes, and we must make sure the events that occurred continue to occur so that the evil one regains a body for you to destroy. We have both your memories and those of your father and we will do as much as we can to maintain the correct flow of history. Luckily most of the very early history of Hogwarts is lost to memory. It is mostly speculation, but we will make sure there is a basilisk in the chamber for you to defeat, though I sincerely hope the anti muggle tripe that is attributed to Salazar here actually belongs to his bastard son, who has proclaimed his name to be Slytherin as well. And if it is believed that Godric fought and slew Slytherin, I would assume that at some time in the future, after he has children, that Godric will indeed slay that Slytherin and not ours. I did notice from your chart, that after three generations, the Gryffindors change their last name to Potter, I assume for safety reasons, so we will make sure to change to that name also. So Harry, you were the child of our hearts and now you are actually our child in fact. Hello, my name is Merlin and I am your so many times great-grandfather.” He opened his arms and Harry hugged him tightly.”"
But in chapter 30 Merlin tells Harry that Lily Evans is his (Merlins) dauther - How does this work?
Great story by the way!
| animegal4ever chapter 30 . 5/18/2009
i luv this story it shows that severus can have a soft side! thanks for sharing your ideas!
| Emelf chapter 30 . 5/17/2009
I loved your story. What a nice, satisfying read. I am glad I found it. Thankyou for writing.
| Morrolan chapter 30 . 4/10/2009
This is a wonderful story. I love it.
| Celebwen Telcontar chapter 22 . 3/19/2009
Interesting... And I loved the tornado idea!
| Celebwen Telcontar chapter 6 . 3/19/2009
Just letting you know, but you said "The Year of Our Lord 994 A.D. The words Amos Domini, in latin, mean "The Year of Our Lord", and so to say "The Year of Our Lord 994 AD" would be rather redundant. Also, I believe that the ancients before or soon after the fall of the Roman Empire, which is the time period you specified, would say "Amos Domini 994", and not "994 AD", which was a later verbal invention.
| Multitaskmom chapter 19 . 3/6/2009
This made me laugh and laugh:
"Albus and Minerva had decided that all parents should be given an Order of Merlin and the Weasleys should be nominated for sainthood after babysitting..."
Thanks for writing!
| blklover chapter 30 . 2/2/2009
great story please write more soon
| tigerlilly75 chapter 21 . 1/31/2009
you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll forget to breath