|Reviews for Dark Marauder|
| MCH chapter 1 . 6/2
wow great one shot (I'm guessingshame) the Mauraders in a single night changed society. The top dark families gone oh the possibilities from both side for stories about what happened next.
onwards for the Mauraders great story.
| Fireflyarc chapter 1 . 4/16
Oh that was amazingly well written. A good jumping off point for a fantastic series
| Miih Mcgonagall chapter 1 . 4/13
Muito bom! Perspectiva totalmente nova, podia ter continuação!
| Storm Pegasus chapter 1 . 4/7
Frigging awesome story!
| Nebresh chapter 1 . 1/15
| Caribous chapter 1 . 12/29/2019
They aren't particularly dark. The only pity is they weren't around when the Knights of Walpurgis were working with Grindlewald and Dumbledore did nothing. Dumbledore didn't trust Harry - he isolated and ignored him - and he DID trust Snape. I think the Marauders in your story have their heads on straight.
| LianneZ4 chapter 1 . 11/24/2019
Ehhh, it's just so bloody typical that Dumbledore is thinking about Harry's possible future confrontation with Voldemort and his "soul", rather than *acting* or focusing on the situation at hand.
There's no way the Marauders' murderous rampage can be considered *right*, but at the same time... They might have just seriously slowed down Voldemort's return to power, and they definitely crippled his power base. Wonder what the society will be like?
You know, this would be the moment for Dumbledore to step up and speak - him, or someone like Frank and Alice? Argue for peace, healing, for equality; become the moral beacon of the generation.
James, Sirius and Remus can't come back, not without being thrown into Azkaban for the rest of their lives or outright killed. It's interesting that they didn't kill Peter, for all the various reasons - he's a valuable source of information, he was their friend, death is too fast, he's useful and expendable, after a decade of loving him, despising him is easier than not having him around at all.
I can't help but feel empathy for them... Losing people left and right, becoming soldiers when they were barely adults, losing but still holding onto their morals which were killing their side, losing, seeing entire families massacred, always losing. And then Peter betrays them, Lily is murdered and they finally snap. Can there ever be a redemption or peace for this utterly broken group?
| Kai chapter 1 . 11/21/2019
I like that they don't immediately vilify Pettigrew, and that James even says "might have betrayed us". There are a lot of magical ways to get at information. Torture, legilimency, veritaserum, confundus, imperius, or just polyjuice to appear as someone who is allowed to know the secret. And of those only legilimency does not involve the secret keeper to say the words and therefore might not work for the fidelius. Pettigrew isn't necessarily a traitor just because Riddle found the Potters.
| Guest chapter 1 . 6/22/2019
Well, that was different. Very dark, but every charakter was acting logicaly. It's not a story to be read for fun, but I did indeed enjoy it. I wish there were more storys like that out there.
| StupidChinaBook chapter 1 . 6/4/2019
I thought Minister Bagnold was a WOMAN?
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/3/2019
Welcome to the land of fuck it. Price of admition stomping on a burried nuke you know is there, while dancing on a grave. On top of screaming to the gods to kiss your naked ass. All the while expecting not to get smited.
| ItsJustABook chapter 1 . 4/2/2019
That was a great one-shot. Absolutely brilliant and the lack of Dumbledore bashing was a plus
| TheSteelShadow chapter 1 . 3/9/2019
This is great.
| annasfanfic chapter 1 . 1/19/2019
| H Bregalad chapter 1 . 1/17/2019