|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Weasley Seer|
| draconianking chapter 27 . 3h
More Please I Beg Of Thee Writer-Sama!
| Difdi chapter 26 . 6/18
Turning Umbridge into a toad? Isn't that a bit redundant?
| Difdi chapter 25 . 6/18
I'm surprised none of the students reacted to Dumbledore's few words. If anyone says "gardyloo" in my hearing I'll be lunging towards the nearest wall before I consciously finish thinking about it. ESPECIALLY in an Edwardian or Victorian society!
| Difdi chapter 24 . 6/18
Yikes. If magic is about belief and Ron - as well as almost every magical around him - believes he is a true seer, then he'll start getting real visions of the future, not just ones he makes up, won't he?
| Difdi chapter 15 . 6/18
Fleur Delacour in the role of Pepe le Pew? I can totally see it!
| Difdi chapter 12 . 6/18
If Harry were to just catch the edge of a blast of flames - say he managed to partially deflect it - that would handle the burned part. Then if he killed the dragon in such a way that its jaws encircled him when it fell - perhaps beheading it with the Sword of Gryffindor and having the head land on him - that would fulfill Ron's prophecy and keep Harry alive.
It has already been established, after all, that Ron predicting Neville being struck down didn't mean Neville's death because his grandmother took precautions!
| Difdi chapter 10 . 6/18
There's another extreme risk in this chapter - people know that Harry did not put his name in the Goblet. If he is bound by the contract anyway, then that means you can bind people into contracts against their will. Possibly even without their knowledge.
For example, binding Lucius Malfoy to the Oath "I swear on my magic that I have never willingly been a Death Eater." If you then publicly announce you have done so, and that you have done so using the same magics that forced Harry Potter to compete in the Triwizard despite not having entered...
Lucius Malfoy would fall over dead on the spot.
| Difdi chapter 8 . 6/18
The various ancient gods of that world were supposedly witches and wizards - and if the only real limit is their ability to visualize an effect, they'd certainly qualify as gods. Of course, modern muggles would seem godlike to ancient civilizations as well.
| Blood Wine and Song chapter 4 . 6/18
Not gonna lie, this was pretty cool, had me on the edge of my sit with a shit eating grin the whole time.
| Blood Wine and Song chapter 2 . 6/18
Dont think I am the only one but never cared for omakes so didnt read it, they ruin immersion and arent relevant to the story.
| Lemini chapter 1 . 6/13
An interesting, original idea of the plot. I love that your Ron, Harry, and Hermione are just teenagers, not schemers betraying each other for money, knowledge, and power.
| xxxLeanniexxx chapter 27 . 6/11
Earning their respect class by class.
| Pointer3109 chapter 18 . 5/29
Using Filch was a touch of genius.
I was more than a bit suspicious about a replacement, though, given the build up you did.
| Pointer3109 chapter 10 . 5/28
I never believed the bs about a magical contract in the case of the cup. Since a contract by its definition is an agreement, there could be none in this case.
A slave geas now, that's different. Just because you call a pile of manure a rose bush...hhmm wizards involved, transfiguration, messy.
| atymer chapter 27 . 5/26
This has been a very fun fic to read. I have enjoyed the characterizations and the twists in the plot.
Since I just found this one I am going to follow.
Kudos to the author.