|Reviews for In Which the Princess Rescues the Dragon|
| Guest chapter 46 . 8/27/2012
Can't wait for the next update! Your dialogue is /fantastic/. Realistic yet dramatic.
| Guest chapter 45 . 8/27/2012
Oh Nigel. You terrible person.
| Guest chapter 44 . 8/27/2012
"You took my only child. I struck you sterile. You will be as a winter field, and spring will never come again."
| Guest chapter 43 . 8/27/2012
Please win, Andromeda, please win, please win,
| Guest chapter 40 . 8/27/2012
The traditional remedy? This seems sure to be fascinating.
| Guest chapter 39 . 8/27/2012
What a fascinating chapter. Justin must've had a tough time of it, adjusting from being the creme de la creme to being a Mudblood. You write upper class interaction so well- from personal experience?
"Andromeda smiles again, thinking how very much Justin's mother resembles the traditional Slytherin, even down to the inclination to Healing. Cleverness and restraint and skillful means, the water that flows and soothes rather than the fire that devours…" And see, THAT is the way to write a Slytherin house that isn't the clear villain of the piece. If only JK had taken this tack.
| Guest chapter 38 . 8/27/2012
Insolence indeed. How CAN she be so flippant about it?
| Guest chapter 37 . 8/27/2012
OH SHIT'S ABOUT TO GO DOWN.
Also, you tell him, Andromeda. TREAT HERMIONE BETTER.
Also, Harry being godfatherly and telling Ron to not swear about Teddy is adorable.
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 36 . 8/27/2012
Nigel Black, the insolence. You might have tried to rape Hermione, and then she saved your ungrateful little ass, and you aren't smart enough to LET IT GO... sigh. Although it'll be interesting if this comes up as a plot point again.
"(It's instinctively Muggle-born, that sort of threat: point-blank with a wand is anything within twelve paces, but Hermione is driving it home as if she were wielding a firearm.)" While I still love the psychological thriller aspects of this story most, the cultural worldbuilding is really excellent, especially when it pops up in these little asides. I never thought about the cultural differences before, but wow, Muggleborns WILL act so differently on so many little things, the lack of a proper instinctive flinch to a wand out at twelve paces being one of them...
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 35 . 8/27/2012
Slytherin is the best house.
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 34 . 8/27/2012
If I were Andromeda I would want to kill Molly. She's indirectly responsible for Tonk's death. Let's hope a duel is a big deal and it's shameful to lose, at least, although I'm not sure what to think of a tradition of retribution where the best witches can never be held accountable (because they'd win the duels)...
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 31 . 8/27/2012
The thought that Molly snared Arthur with Amortentia makes my blood run cold. This is a date rape drug. How can she /joke/ about that? But then, she also used it. But somehow the thought of using it on your own behalf is worse...
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 30 . 8/27/2012
Hmm. How do the duels work? Surely it's not a duel to the death...?
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 29 . 8/27/2012
I LOVE PERCY.
| ilikebluepineapples chapter 27 . 8/27/2012
I think I'm in love with Percy.