|Reviews for How Chocolate Cauldrons Destroyed the World|
| azulkan2 chapter 1 . 12/11
Lol, great story. The DE's got what they deserved. Makes me wonder what Voldie would do next.
| tanithlipsky chapter 1 . 1/27
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/28/2016
in the end the chocolate cauldrons were heroes, they sacrificed their glorious chocolaty lives to save the world
| Velvety Folds chapter 1 . 2/12/2016
Brilliant oneshot. Nice to use as a precursor to Lunar Harmony.
| 2lazy2logon chapter 1 . 4/4/2015
Aaa hahahahahahaha trust the boys to think up some,thing like that
| Tessitra chapter 1 . 9/24/2014
Oh ...i really loved the last sentence to this fanfiction xD'malfoys always being avin' hahah other Than that really good parodi fanfic!
| Silky Button chapter 1 . 5/23/2014
wow... talk about an interesting twist.
| Mmars69 chapter 1 . 3/9/2014
Excellent story! I especially liked the omake.
| Starfox5 chapter 1 . 2/24/2014
Good Story - combining a tragic love potion/angst theme with a "go back and redo it" ministry fight, short and to the point.
| Hyena-Sennin chapter 1 . 2/11/2014
| Guest chapter 1 . 10/18/2013
That was funny! Thanks for sharing it with us.
| Runecutter chapter 1 . 9/1/2013
Ohhh fantastic what if, that's a point i think i've never seen examined before in this way. And then to think further and continue the possible consequences until they extrapolate into a surefire way into disaster is brilliant too!
I would have been content and not too sad (though the implications of Tom winning are dire and unpleasant enough) if it had ended there, but then you've added on the twist end and turned it all around back into "Happy place" territory and now i'm almost speechless from awe! :) The logical approach to the ministry scene is as unique as the eating the potion because there's nothing to win by NOT doing it idea has been and it pays of just as handsomely in the rest of the story.
Not sure about the Inigo Montoya, i've wanted to see that done in a fic ever since i've rediscovered the movie maybe 5 years ago, but i don't think it works too well in this story, can't even say why, but i guess it's the pretty straight tone of the chapter til then and the situation he's finding himself in, with the very real possibility of ending Voldemort there and then (and if they've succeeded in taking the 12 most loyal Deffies out of circulation for good it might be a long time until another buffoon will be weakminded enough to give Voldi another grasp at a resurrection ritual, by then the Horcruxes might already be found and dealth with, so... joking does not seem appropriate to me when Harry's that close to "winning"... even if Voldi follows his name and flees Death...
Nice tactics dealing with Fudge too. The books make him seem to get out of the situation too easily and almost without punishment... Having it now on record what his pet-toad did at the school and that his bosom-buddy Lucy was the central part of this conspiracy/assault and acting as a death eater directly in the heart of the ministry should have cost him more than ever, so good riddance, combined with Dumbledore (as said and listed in Pudding'12) Fudge has done more to enable the Death Eater side to win this war than even the 12 and Voldi in total. If they have a similar rule for the Ministers as they have at Hogwarts (even the worst plonkers get hung in the headmaster's office as portraits) i think he'd be appropriately hung up in the visitor's toilet for the Department for control of magical creatures. Watching over centaurs shit and giants piss seems the most responsibility he can be trusted with to carry...
Uhhh now i've almost written as much as the story i'm reviewing, let me state again that it was a wonderful surprise to find so excellent a story mainly by accident and that i've enjoyed all of it immensely. I can only hope that in addition to continue with Pudding (as i've meanwhile read the author's page and your announcement to torture us far longer with the whole triangle dilemma before it will turn out for the best) your muse will allow you to find some more of these obscure but interesting points in the story where little changes result in fascinating tales to be spun! I'd love to see more of these scenes when you have so good a grasp at pointing out the story holes and weaknesses in argument that riddle the books so richly...
Hmm come to think of it, i'd not be opposed to see the Hermione scene from the ministry repeated some day in a far longer story just to get the chance at seeing how it would change Harry's approach at things to have a big blunder defused so timely and elegant with helping him make better decisions without nagging or chasitising him needlessly. Continue that for two more years and the results should be as breathtaking as the learning curve leading up to them and the analysis of the (faults and weaknesses of the) wizarding world caused by them!
| Gruffard chapter 1 . 5/20/2013
Vane-Malfoy. God. Thanks for the read. Interesting spin on the story. This story hints at Harry/Hermione. Like to see your ideas there.
Thanks for the read!
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/17/2013
Life debt ... May not have almost died but would have been worse then that ... Hermione could help Draco out with the love potion ... And have saved him from a fate worse then death ... Being married 2 her ... If you have that as apart of the story instead of just a funny thing after the story's over ... ... Hope you get what I'm saying ... I'm not always saying things in a way that other people understand ... ... Like it so far hope you write a sequel ...
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/17/2013
Please write a sequel ...