History Fanfic / HarryPotterAndTheInvincibleTechnomage

26th Dec '17 4:17:58 PM Scalondragon
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* ChainedHeat: The second task of the Triwizard Tournament finds Harry connected to Tracey, his "hostage" by a magical yard-long golden cord between their wrists.


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** IWarnedYou: Franklin warned Snape he'd be watching him. When Snape goes after Hermione AFTER the Yule Ball, Franklin decides her well-being is [[WorthIt worth facing Professor Xavier's wrath]] when he drags Snape's mind into the Mindscape. All while Franklin is in America and Snape's at Hogwarts. He shows Snape he wasn't bluffing with an empty threat. He did also make TheBet with Harry that Franklin thought Snape would go after Hermione in particular, especially after the Yule Ball fiasco. Harry disagreed, and 50 US dollars was the wager. When Harry saw what happened with Snape and that Franklin had to act, he realizes he's out 50 dollars.
26th Dec '17 1:02:58 PM Scalondragon
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* DistractedByTheSexy: How [[spoiler:Fleur Delacour ends up winning her grappling duel with Harry and, thus, the Triwizard Tournament.]]

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* DistractedByTheSexy: How [[spoiler:Fleur Delacour ends up winning her grappling duel with Harry and, thus, the Triwizard Tournament.]] Steve, Sirius, Cedric and Viktor give Harry a good teasing over it later--but Sirius warns Hermione and Padma looked pretty upset (and as Steve put it, "Though, in fairness, I think it was a tossup if they were angrier with the French girl for being all curvy and oiled up, or with you for noticing.")]]



* GuileHero: Harry.

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* GuileHero: Harry. [[spoiler: Fleur has some traits of this as well, having used a summon spell to summon ''Cedric's boots'' to take him off of his feet, then using her feminine wiles to keep Harry DistractedByTheSexy enough to get the win in the Triwizard Tournament.]]
25th Dec '17 5:45:19 AM Milarqui
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* DistractedByTheSexy: How [[spoiler:Fleur Delacour ends up winning her grappling duel with Harry and, thus, the Triwizard Tournament.]]
24th Dec '17 11:34:25 AM Donquill
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* PapaWolf: Tony Stark becomes this to Harry. Even deciding to put Hogwarts under threat of orbital bombardment after Madame Web warns Harry about the impending Triwizard.

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* PapaWolf: Tony Stark becomes this to Harry. Even deciding to put Hogwarts under threat of orbital bombardment after Madame Web warns Harry about the impending Triwizard.Triwizard Tournament.
22nd Aug '17 11:56:44 AM CosmicFerret
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* ShoutOut: There's several brief references to Gotham City from the Franchise/DCUniverse put in as an in-joke. Also, Harry is reading a {{Garfield}} book while on trial by the Ministry as they attempt to declare Tony Stark's adoption illegal.

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* ShoutOut: There's several brief references to Gotham City from the Franchise/DCUniverse put in as an in-joke. Also, Harry is reading a {{Garfield}} ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} book while on trial by the Ministry as they attempt to declare Tony Stark's adoption illegal.
17th Aug '17 11:56:47 AM Omeganian
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* CurbstompBattle: The MarvelUniverse outclasses the ''Franchise/HattyPotter'' universe in almost every way in this story. Not only can a {{Muggle}} like IronMan breach the security wards of Hogwarts (finding it with the help of Captain Britain and Meggan, two magical MarvelUniverse heroes), Harry was trained by ''Comicbook/DoctorStrange'' of all people, effectively eliminating his need for a magical education. Also, magical culture is shown to be stagnant and backwards, filled with ridiculous amounts of FantasticRacism and corrupt to high heaven. The two reasons the Potterverse shows up at all are because Harry [[BecauseDestinySaysSo can't avoid the prophecy]], and because (per WordOfGod) even though there exist god-like beings (as well as actual gods) in the Marvel Universe, many of them focus more on the Galactuses and the Doctor Dooms, while leaving lesser heroes to take care of lesser villains, which Voldemort counts as in this world. The specific example given is that there exists a super villain named "Paste-Pot Pete," who acts as an antagonist to Spider-Man or Daredevil, but would obviously not be of much use against, say, Thor, the god of Thunder.

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* CurbstompBattle: The MarvelUniverse outclasses the ''Franchise/HattyPotter'' ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' universe in almost every way in this story. Not only can a {{Muggle}} like IronMan breach the security wards of Hogwarts (finding it with the help of Captain Britain and Meggan, two magical MarvelUniverse heroes), Harry was trained by ''Comicbook/DoctorStrange'' of all people, effectively eliminating his need for a magical education. Also, magical culture is shown to be stagnant and backwards, filled with ridiculous amounts of FantasticRacism and corrupt to high heaven. The two reasons the Potterverse shows up at all are because Harry [[BecauseDestinySaysSo can't avoid the prophecy]], and because (per WordOfGod) even though there exist god-like beings (as well as actual gods) in the Marvel Universe, many of them focus more on the Galactuses and the Doctor Dooms, while leaving lesser heroes to take care of lesser villains, which Voldemort counts as in this world. The specific example given is that there exists a super villain named "Paste-Pot Pete," who acts as an antagonist to Spider-Man or Daredevil, but would obviously not be of much use against, say, Thor, the god of Thunder.
22nd Mar '17 12:00:53 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Magitek}}: After Reed Richards from the ComicBook/FantasticFour discovers how PotterVerse magic works, Tony uses this knowledge to design IronMan armours that can work within Hogwarts' anti-technology field (such as the exo-skeleton he gives Harry). Later on, Muggle electronics such as cell phones and CD players are introduced to Hogwarts, causing much frustration for Dumbledore. Finally, Harry's senior project is to design a magical computer that partially involves replacing circuits with ancient runes.

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* {{Magitek}}: After Reed Richards from the ComicBook/FantasticFour discovers how PotterVerse ''Harry Potter'' magic works, Tony uses this knowledge to design IronMan armours that can work within Hogwarts' anti-technology field (such as the exo-skeleton he gives Harry). Later on, Muggle electronics such as cell phones and CD players are introduced to Hogwarts, causing much frustration for Dumbledore. Finally, Harry's senior project is to design a magical computer that partially involves replacing circuits with ancient runes.
22nd Mar '17 10:57:18 AM DustSnitch
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* CurbstompBattle: The MarvelUniverse outclasses the PotterVerse in almost every way in this story. Not only can a {{Muggle}} like IronMan breach the security wards of Hogwarts (finding it with the help of Captain Britain and Meggan, two magical MarvelUniverse heroes), Harry was trained by ''Comicbook/DoctorStrange'' of all people, effectively eliminating his need for a magical education. Also, magical culture is shown to be stagnant and backwards, filled with ridiculous amounts of FantasticRacism and corrupt to high heaven. The two reasons the Potterverse shows up at all are because Harry [[BecauseDestinySaysSo can't avoid the prophecy]], and because (per WordOfGod) even though there exist god-like beings (as well as actual gods) in the Marvel Universe, many of them focus more on the Galactuses and the Doctor Dooms, while leaving lesser heroes to take care of lesser villains, which Voldemort counts as in this world. The specific example given is that there exists a super villain named "Paste-Pot Pete," who acts as an antagonist to Spider-Man or Daredevil, but would obviously not be of much use against, say, Thor, the god of Thunder.

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* CurbstompBattle: The MarvelUniverse outclasses the PotterVerse ''Franchise/HattyPotter'' universe in almost every way in this story. Not only can a {{Muggle}} like IronMan breach the security wards of Hogwarts (finding it with the help of Captain Britain and Meggan, two magical MarvelUniverse heroes), Harry was trained by ''Comicbook/DoctorStrange'' of all people, effectively eliminating his need for a magical education. Also, magical culture is shown to be stagnant and backwards, filled with ridiculous amounts of FantasticRacism and corrupt to high heaven. The two reasons the Potterverse shows up at all are because Harry [[BecauseDestinySaysSo can't avoid the prophecy]], and because (per WordOfGod) even though there exist god-like beings (as well as actual gods) in the Marvel Universe, many of them focus more on the Galactuses and the Doctor Dooms, while leaving lesser heroes to take care of lesser villains, which Voldemort counts as in this world. The specific example given is that there exists a super villain named "Paste-Pot Pete," who acts as an antagonist to Spider-Man or Daredevil, but would obviously not be of much use against, say, Thor, the god of Thunder.
31st Jul '16 11:55:12 AM nombretomado
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* TheCameo: Tons and tons of MarvelUniverse characters are referenced, both well known and obscure. There are also a few brief but specific references to DCComics characters like Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/GreenArrow.

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* TheCameo: Tons and tons of MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse characters are referenced, both well known and obscure. There are also a few brief but specific references to DCComics Creator/DCComics characters like Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/GreenArrow.



* ShoutOut: There's several brief references to Gotham City from the DCUniverse put in as an in-joke. Also, Harry is reading a {{Garfield}} book while on trial by the Ministry as they attempt to declare Tony Stark's adoption illegal.

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* ShoutOut: There's several brief references to Gotham City from the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse put in as an in-joke. Also, Harry is reading a {{Garfield}} book while on trial by the Ministry as they attempt to declare Tony Stark's adoption illegal.
1st Jun '16 1:23:08 AM Milarqui
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* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: Franklin Richards tells this to Snape, Dumbledore and Mcgonagall when they point their wands at him and their own FantasticRacism against Muggles and non-wand using magicians shows through as they tear down Hermione for going with Franklin and not the expected Viktor Krum as her Yule Ball date.
** PersonofMassDestruction: Once Franklin reveals to them he's a Psionic with telepath and telekinetic powers as well, he shows WHY you don't mess with him.

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* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: Franklin Richards tells this to Snape, Dumbledore and Mcgonagall [=McGonagall=] when they point their wands at him him, and their own FantasticRacism against Muggles and non-wand using magicians shows through as they tear down Hermione for going with Franklin and not the expected Viktor Krum as her Yule Ball date.
** PersonofMassDestruction: PersonOfMassDestruction: Once Franklin reveals to them he's a Psionic psionic with telepath and telekinetic powers as well, he shows WHY you don't mess with him.
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