Reviews for Witchcraft and Wizardry
LightJinx512 chapter 1 . 1/27
I love this! Soooooooo cute Helga is so adorable!
newsoo chapter 1 . 2/13/2013
This is great! Well written. Gives the sense of taking place in the 10th century without being overloaded with archaic wording and phrases. Simple. Sweet. Interesting and believable. The characterization of Helga is a little too "stereotypical" (nice peasant girl) but her ignorance of magic is interesting enough.
killerqueen04 chapter 1 . 12/25/2010
is very cuteeeeeeeeee

please continue!
NotaPunk chapter 1 . 11/29/2010
Helga is so sweet )
xxXAmarantaXxx chapter 1 . 2/8/2010
This is cute...
AccountDeletePlease chapter 1 . 12/26/2008
Cute!

I like Sal/Helga.

It's so cute.

Update.

PLEASE.

I'm begging you!

-puppy dog eyes-
Magada Bridger chapter 1 . 7/20/2008
Oh do continue this. Excellent.
Lucifer-the-great-undead chapter 1 . 4/25/2008
Oh that's a very interesting meeting. I can actually imagine Helga to be a hardworking girl from a farm and Salazar to be one to escape from boredom. Lots of potential here.
I play wid fir3 chapter 1 . 1/11/2008
Cute! I love how you portrayed them both! *gives a cookie*
something-like-love chapter 1 . 9/12/2007
Really great- I *adore* Founders stories, and this was so awesome :) Loved the includence of Salazar (HHSS is one of my ships). Yeah, this was wonderful, you write really well.
Jenny-Beth chapter 1 . 9/10/2007
Conjuring bread out of the air? Isn't that impossible? Food is, after all "the first of the five Principal Exceptions to Gamp's Law of Elemental Transfiguration." You have no idea how long it took me to find that quote.

Anyways, I like it. It makes Salazar seem a lot like Tom, which makes sense, all things considered. The point is, I seriously like your story!

-Jenn
felix-hortensio chapter 1 . 9/8/2007
This paragraph:

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Though Helga exercised regularly and was a hardworking girl of the country to her very core, she did not always reflect as much in appearance. That was to say, her face had always been the tiniest bit rounded, and her waist was not as slim as those of the other farmers’ daughters. Unlike them, she was also sturdily built. Ordinarily, she housed no resentment for her lack of a proper figure—after all, what was the proper figure for someone such as herself?—though, as she struggled and wheezed, stopping to collect her breath every minute or so, she wondered if it was not too late to change her views.

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1. Exercise as a stand-alone concept is really new. Helga Hufflepuff wasn't thinking in those terms.

2. She's also not thinking of her body shape in medieval terms - take out the "proper" figure part, because (no, really) it wouldn't occur to her. Something about her bosoms being a bit heavier and her ankles or calves a bit thicker than those of the girls in the village should do it.