Author has written 14 stories for Harry Potter, Stargate: SG-1, and Lord of the Rings.
I'm a 26 year old Brit, studying law.
Interests include writing and reading fantasy fiction, travel and languages, cooking, running, philosophy.
What should you read first?
If you've arrived on my profile and have no idea which fic to start with, I recommend my story The One He Feared. If you're okay with a female Harry AU and a character-based story with a lot of magical theory, you might prefer Alexandra Potter. I recommend avoiding Return and anything written before it. Those fics are much lower quality than the others. Secrets is my best-written one-shot, but the content might not appeal to all readers.
The One He Feared. A story where Harry inherits Dumbledore's memories at the start of Deathly Hallows. Probably my best story from a technical standpoint: good dialogue, canon characterisations, fast paced plot. A projected 10 chapters, each one around 10k words in length.
Alexandra Potter. Female Harry with a slightly AU world. A focus on magic, magical society, and character relationships. The story is currently undergoing a significant rewrite, but the old version will remain here until the rewrite is complete. Rewrite progress can be found in DarkLordPotter's Work By Author section.
The Next Great Adventure. Harry Potter crossover with the Lord of the Rings, with a focus on Harry finding a place for himself in Middle Earth. The idea is to handle the crossover realistically: Harry does not speak the language, is not dropped into the lap of elves (or any main characters) and will have to make his own way in life for years before he begins to interact with anything approaching momentous events. As such, the pace starts out slow but there will be time skips. The story starts 40 years before the main events of the Fellowship of the Ring.
In Essence Divided. A tightly plotted action adventure involving a unique protagonist condition. 4 chapters posted, will be 6 chapters plus an epilogue when complete. Unfortunately, I've found that because of the very particular writing style this is a very difficult fic to return to after a long break. Because I'm so close to the end I do plan on finishing the fic, but it's low priority compared to my two active fics and I also want to perform a major edit before I update.
Lords of Magic.The first year of a seven year AU in a massively different world. In the end, this fic had one great idea and quite a few bad ones. Many of the characters were cardboard cutouts, the pacing was shot, and the plot I had for first year was rather boring (in fact, it wouldn't have even looked like there was a plot until the climax where the reader would reinterpret many previous events).
Return. This is very much a relic of my past. I don't recommend reading it!
I've spent a lot of time, over the past 8 years, thinking about the Harry Potter world and magic, and have written down my thoughts on these matters here. It's a pretty extensive and systematic theory of magic, based on canon. It's still incomplete, with sections on Charms and Dark Arts to come soon.
Also see my thoughts on Wizards vs. Muggles.
Please note that my favourites list is not really a list of favourites in the sense of "the best fanfiction". Rather, it is simply a list of fics which were interesting enough to make me want to read further updates.
For my "best of" fanfiction recommendations, see here.
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