History FanFic / HarrysNewHome

2nd Jan '17 10:21:03 AM SilentStranger
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* BodyHorror: As in canon, Quirrel's fusion with Voldemorts soul, which is quite literally causing his body to rot.



* EvilSmellsBad: While Quirrel makes Harry's scar hurt is a serious red flag, it's his horrible odor that tipped the teachers off that something was wrong with him. While he tried to mask it with garlic, it really didnt work all that well.



* FightsLikeANormal: Hermione, who kicks people in the knees, ankles and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick nuts]] and [[LittleMissBadass will slam your head into the floor.]]

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* FightsLikeANormal: Hermione, who kicks people in the knees, ankles and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick nuts]] and [[LittleMissBadass will slam your head into the floor.]]]] Justified since she's the child of two muggles, and her father decided to teach her how to defend herself long before they knew she had magic. Turns out to be useful since few wizards or witches bother with fighting skills.


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** What Snape does to the Dursley's. While Dumbledore forbids him from simply killing or outright mutilating them, he approves Snape's request of enacting a magic campaign of harassment against them, which Snape later enlists Sirius to enact, since Sirius is good-aligned, an experienced prankster, and has a massive grudge against them for hurting Harry. Snape also enlists the aid of an old aquintance of his criminal father to help him enact non-magical revenge that Dumbledore wont pick up on. While he cant permanently injure the Dursleys, he CAN make life a living hell for them.


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** Snape feels enormous guilt once he realizes that he had allowed his resentment of James Potter to influence his treatment of Harry, who had never done anyone harm in his life.


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* NotSoDifferent: Once he finds out about Harry's home life, Snape gradually comes to realize that he and Harry are not that different, both being raised in abusive households and bullied relentlessly in school.
27th Nov '16 3:22:45 PM SilentStranger
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** Hermione helps take down Qurriel by kicking him in the crotch when he's kneeling on the ground.
27th Nov '16 3:18:21 PM SilentStranger
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* AbusiveParents

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* AbusiveParentsAbusiveParents: Snape suffered from an absent mother and a criminal, abusive father.


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** Hermione, having been taught some basic self defence by her father, tends to go for vulnerable spots like the knee or the crotch when she's forced to become physical.


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** Downplayed otherwise, the usual "anti-muggle" sentiment is much less omnipresent than it usually is in HP fan stories, as fan writers have a tendency to exagerate how racist the Slytherins actually are in the books.


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* TheGlomp: Harry has a tendency to hug Snape as much as possible. Snape, having had virtually no positive physical contact in his entire life, is both mortified and appreciative.


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* HeCleansUpNicely: Just something as simple as practicing basic hair care makes Snape a good deal more attractive as his hair doesnt look like he's been dunking it in a deep fryer anymore.


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** Just to specify, said explanation is about Hermione's parents jobs as ''dentists''. Due to the wizarding worlds complete lack of contact with the Muggle world, mundane tasks like dentistry sounds like torture sessions since Muggles cant just magic away all their ailments. She does also get a more conventional Badass moment explaining how Muggles practice basic self defence with no magic.
* MrFanservice: After being broken out of Azkaban and recuperating from 10 years of imprisonment, Sirious Black quickly regains his status as a sex icon in the wizarding world. His new "suffering the wounds of wrongful torment" story just makes him even more irresistible.
30th Sep '16 6:23:01 PM Mooncalf
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* MagnificentBastard: It's what Slytherins aspire to be: someone who can observe and analyze a situation, then take control and use it for their own best advantage. Draco manages to live up to it when he [[spoiler:saves Harry from a violent assault]] (particularly because he sensibly gets backup first rather than charge in recklessly like a Gryffindor would).
4th Sep '16 5:27:00 PM BuccoBabe
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--->'''Snape:''' Voldemort used to go to Muggle villages just to kill people. He sought to hurt as many people as possible. He targeted men, women, and children indiscriminately. He made no distinction between Auror and civilian. He wanted a high body count and when attacked, would use Muggles as shields. It is ''never'' acceptable to deliberately kill people who have done you no harm and who are just going about their daily business. Aurors, by contrast, may kill in the line of duty, but they do it to protect civilians. In the war, they did not deliberately target the children of Death Eaters, while the Dark Lord and his followers attacked many families just as he did yours. It is ridiculous to say that any death is a tragedy or that all deaths are morally equivalent. There are people who, by their own actions, deserve to die, and killing someone in order to protect yourself or the innocent, is ''not'' murder.

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--->'''Snape:''' Voldemort used to go to Muggle villages just to kill people. He sought to hurt as many people as possible. He targeted men, women, and children indiscriminately. He made no distinction between Auror and civilian. He wanted a high body count and when attacked, would use Muggles as shields. It is ''never'' acceptable to deliberately kill people who have done you no harm and who are just going about their daily business. Aurors, business.

--->Aurors,
by contrast, may kill in the line of duty, but they do it to protect civilians. In the war, they did not deliberately target the children of Death Eaters, while the Dark Lord and his followers attacked many families just as he did yours. It is ridiculous to say that any death is a tragedy or that all deaths are morally equivalent. There are people who, by their own actions, deserve to die, and killing someone in order to protect yourself or the innocent, is ''not'' murder.
3rd Sep '16 9:50:58 PM BuccoBabe
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* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: Snape specifically rejects this line of reasoning in Chapter 30, when Harry expresses fear that his own desire to kill Voldemort makes him as evil as the Dark Lord.
--->'''Snape:''' Voldemort used to go to Muggle villages just to kill people. He sought to hurt as many people as possible. He targeted men, women, and children indiscriminately. He made no distinction between Auror and civilian. He wanted a high body count and when attacked, would use Muggles as shields. It is ''never'' acceptable to deliberately kill people who have done you no harm and who are just going about their daily business. Aurors, by contrast, may kill in the line of duty, but they do it to protect civilians. In the war, they did not deliberately target the children of Death Eaters, while the Dark Lord and his followers attacked many families just as he did yours. It is ridiculous to say that any death is a tragedy or that all deaths are morally equivalent. There are people who, by their own actions, deserve to die, and killing someone in order to protect yourself or the innocent, is ''not'' murder.
18th Dec '15 7:08:53 PM Uyyy
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* DepravedDentist: Parodied. Hermione spins a yarn that makes mundane dentistry sound like brutal torture. When her parents visit Hogwarts, everyone is remarkably polite...
24th Jul '15 6:56:47 PM nombretomado
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* [[MugglesDoItBetter Muggles Do It Hardcore]]: After Hermione's explanation, nobody ever doubted that Muggles are 1) Psychopaths, 2) Unyielding, 3) [[{{Metalocalypse}} More Metal than the blackest black, times INFINITY]].

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* [[MugglesDoItBetter Muggles Do It Hardcore]]: After Hermione's explanation, nobody ever doubted that Muggles are 1) Psychopaths, 2) Unyielding, 3) [[{{Metalocalypse}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}} More Metal than the blackest black, times INFINITY]].
12th Aug '14 12:09:15 PM g3m1n1
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* DarkActionGirl: Davidella Jones.

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* DarkActionGirl: Davidella Jones.Jones, of the AntiHero variety.



* IronLady: [=McGonagall=], natch. Also Madame Bones,[[spoiler: especially after she becomes Minister of Magic.]]

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* IronLady: [=McGonagall=], natch. Also Madame Bones,[[spoiler: especially after she becomes Minister of Magic.]] Jones is a teenage version, [[TheDreaded to the point that Fred and George fear angering her.]]
30th May '14 9:12:06 AM konekootome
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* TakeThat: To the Evil!Dumbledore
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