|Reviews for Harry PendragonPotter|
| Sniperbeattie chapter 5 . 6/21
I loved reading this fic it is easily one of my favourite.
And I can't wait to read more of your fics.
I am sorry for your loss.
| steve.moore.9081323 chapter 4 . 5/22
A great story thank you
| DragonTamer01 chapter 1 . 2/20
Another great story. Don't mess with Merlin!
| missgsmith51 chapter 2 . 11/23/2016
I notice there aren't any Weasleys among this group. I don't care, exactly, but it will be interesting to see where they fall in the "pecking order" of a Wizarding society that lacks both Dumbledore and the majority of the DEs who had managed to bribe their way out of Azkaban and control the government in canon. Will Molly be better or worse? Will she be more scheming and manipulative or less so without Dumbledore to "guide" her? Will Arthur still be henpecked, or will he be a strong head of family? What about the various kids? We know Molly expects Ginny to become Mrs. Potter. Does Ginny expect it, as well? Will Ron and Percy still be gits, and will the twins still be pranksters?
I'm curious about Draco, as well. With no father to use as a threat to others and no Snape to run interference for him, will he be able to muster any kind of power base? Or will he simply become a nonentity? Will Slytherin House become the house of cunning and ambition that it was always meant to be without the corrupting influence of Death Eater parents? Or are there still enough older "technical but unmarked Death Eater" students to still create problems?
It should be interesting to see how the "cruisers" spread out among the houses and how they affect the others in their year. This reminds me ... what about Astoria, Luna, and Dora, who are in different age groups in canon? Will they enter with this group? I hope so.
| teachergirl chapter 2 . 11/22/2016
Shouldn't it be "I solemnly swear" and not just "I swear?"
| Guest chapter 5 . 9/27/2016
Great story. I thank the man for his time and imagination.
| martin.presston.9 chapter 4 . 3/26/2016
one of the best writers on this site is gone but never forgoten thank you MSgt-SilverDollar
| katmom chapter 4 . 1/27/2016
It's always a joy to read for the first time, or reread, MSgt SilverDollar's words. Thank you for leaving them up for us to enjoy.
| Mistress of Potions chapter 5 . 12/20/2015
I have just finished reading the stories of this most interesting author, whose work I have only recently discovered. I am sorry for the loss of an eminently readable writer's future works, and even more for the greater loss of his family and friends. Thank you for sharing him with us.
| andyjhorton chapter 5 . 12/13/2015
the more i read from msgt and snake the more that the fact that msgt has passed saddens me. he was a great fanfic author who has brought more than one smile to my face. Sorry for yours, your families, and fanfic in generals loss.
| harryislife chapter 3 . 9/27/2015
I really liked this until it became Harry multi wives marriage contracts. I feel it is sexist, and it takes a lot of a plot out of it.
| char chapter 5 . 9/20/2015
My fViote story and one of the best well written stories I have been given the pleasure to enjoy. I absolutely loved thsi story and wish you all the best, and go with all my sympathies for your losts, and are grateful for the story I was given the pleasure of reading XXX
| Marionette01 chapter 3 . 8/15/2015
*sighs* I wish you didn't drag the twins, bill and Charlie into this I wish u didn't
| corsair1977 chapter 5 . 7/3/2015
May he go with the Grace of God, even when a loved one is gone, they are always remembered. Your father shall be remembered, not just by family and friends, but any who have enjoyed his writings over the years.
| missgsmith51 chapter 4 . 6/30/2015
I really enjoyed this story. I'm still not a big harem fan, but I do like your style and especially enjoy the positive portrayals of the Goblins and House-elves.
I particularly like the inclusion of the parents (magical as well as nonmagical) in Harry's circle. One of the things I disliked about the novels was the way Hermione seemed to just leave her parents behind without much thought, until book 7 (when she modified their memories and sent them away). They weren't even given the chance to get to know her world. This is completely understandable where the Dursleys are concerned; they are happy to get rid of Harry, and the feeling is mutual. However, the Grangers don't seem like the sort of parents who would willingly allow their daughter to more or less skip out of their lives from the age of 12 or 13. I think they would want to know about their daughter's new world and her friends. (Many of my favorite authors tend to follow pattern in their stories, which makes them more interesting, IMO.)
Anyway, thanks for a fun read.