Author has written 40 stories for Harry Potter, Inuyasha, Thor, Captain America, Avengers, and Once Upon a Time.
CURSED CHILD IS NOT CANON. This is not a matter for discussion or debate.
I do not write Mary Sue Hermione. If you are looking for stories wherein she always has the answer right off the top of her head, doesn't cry or fear anything, is always able to save the day, no matter what 'because magic', is a pearl-clutching, easily scandalized virgin who's being pursued or lusted after by everyone in the story [yes, multiple characters may lust after, or pursue her in a number of my own stories, but trust me when I say the dynamic is very different than what I'm talking about here, then please look elsewhere. I write Hermione sassy, highly intelligent, strong, quick-witted, compassionate, but also vulnerable and flawed, emotional, and, occasionally, even short-sighted. That's how she was in canon, and that's how I write her, even if some of her personality traits have changed because background/canon events.
I do not write her perfect, because she's not. I write her human.
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deviantART (as Freya-Ishtar)
Links to Canimal's Mage's Captive stories:
The Silver Mage's Captive (published June 10th, 2015, completed Aug 29th, 2015)
The Dark Mage's Captive (published Aug 29th, 2015, completed Feb 9th, 2016)
Harry Potter Fanfiction OCs:
09/28/16: Augustin and Corvus Selwyn are my take on the canon character of Selwyn.
10/27/16: Orias Mulciber is my take on the canon character of Mulciber.
03/06/17: Katerina Dolohov is a completely original character created specifically for Vozmezdiye (retribution)--included in the unfinished fic collection, The Dead Plunnie Files.
I do not believe I 'own' any fanfiction source material characters, only my interpretation of them, if that interpretation is a deviation from previous versions of that character within existing fanon (or if there is currently no interpretation of the character in existing fanon outside of the one I have created). In stories where my interpretation is based on another author's (rather than canon, or unsourceable fanon), I always credit that author, as is proper, in the opening chapter Author's Notes of the story in question, and inquire if the author will allow me to borrow specified elements of their creation beforehand.
I do believe in giving credit where it is due. :)
Kittenshift17, Canimal, and I have a group on FB dedicated to Death Eaters and the fans who love them.
Come, join us aboard The Death Eater Express! We have gorgeous characters with questionable morals ;)