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12th Jan '18 6:26:08 PM nombretomado
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You know the JustifyingEdit on the main page that notes that Rowling never mentioned what Hogwarts students wear under their robes? Well, maybe the movie's costume designer saw this fic and didn't like what (s)he saw. Or to put it another way, [[FridgeBrilliance the way Raven and her goff friends dressed caused Canon!Hogwarts]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance to make their uniform policy stricter!]]''

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You know the JustifyingEdit Administrivia/JustifyingEdit on the main page that notes that Rowling never mentioned what Hogwarts students wear under their robes? Well, maybe the movie's costume designer saw this fic and didn't like what (s)he saw. Or to put it another way, [[FridgeBrilliance the way Raven and her goff friends dressed caused Canon!Hogwarts]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance to make their uniform policy stricter!]]''
12th Jan '18 1:04:03 AM Cryoclaste
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[[WMG: [[InfiniteCrisis Its Superboy-Prime's fault.]] ]]

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[[WMG: [[InfiniteCrisis [[ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis Its Superboy-Prime's fault.]] ]]
10th Dec '17 4:25:36 PM MisterTambourineMan
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[[WMG: Ebony has powers similar to [[VideoGame/NiNoKuni Shadar.]]]]
At some point during the plot of Harry Potter, a witch with [[WrongContextMagic unusual magic]] appeared and derailed it. Many of the characters are acting strangely because they have become Brokenhearted (Borkenhearthed?). Harry and company have become depressed goths because they lost their Hope and Enthusiasm. Draco got hit with something similar, but a little mistake by Ebony resulted in him getting extra Kindness, hence why he's willing to move in the same social circle as Hermoine. Voldemort is trying to have someone else kill Harry for him because he lost his courage, and is now too scared to face Harry himself. Brittany was once a very nice girl in Gryffindor who wasn't involved in the plot, until Ebony decided to remove her Kindness. Ebony's heart breaking spree was brought to an end when she got into a fight with Dumbledore. He managed to turn one of her spells back on her, stripping her of her Ambition (and accidentally taking a big chunk of her memories.) He acts erratically because he's had his own heart broken, but he's experimenting on himself to fix it, so he can fix everyone else.
8th Dec '17 9:25:43 PM blockboy
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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as per suggestion. Evidence to back up this theory is that the "tim machine" is never described as a DeLorean, but as something that fits in a pocket. This implies that Tara does not know that it is supposed to be a DeLorean and has never seen Back to the Future.

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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as per suggestion. Evidence to back up this theory is that the "tim machine" is never described as a DeLorean, but as something that fits in a pocket. This implies suggests that Tara does not know that it is supposed to be a DeLorean and has never seen Back to the Future.
8th Dec '17 9:23:21 PM blockboy
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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as per suggestion.

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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as per suggestion. Evidence to back up this theory is that the "tim machine" is never described as a DeLorean, but as something that fits in a pocket. This implies that Tara does not know that it is supposed to be a DeLorean and has never seen Back to the Future.
7th Dec '17 5:08:40 AM blockboy
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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as she was suggested.

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Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as she was suggested.per suggestion.
7th Dec '17 5:05:53 AM blockboy
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[[WMG: "Suzi" was a troll.]]
Chapter 35 is the "Morty McFli" chapter. Note that at the beginning of the chapter, Tara thanks someone named "Suzi" for an idea. Assuming that Tara herself is not a troll, to this Troper, it seems likely that "Suzi" was a troll that managed to befriend Tara and suggested the idea of adding Marty McFly to the story. Tara, not knowing any better, did as she was suggested.
3rd Dec '17 11:49:34 PM TimeLordVictorious
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[[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretti nasti...]]
13th Oct '17 7:01:49 AM Malady
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*** [[QuarterLifeHalfwayToDestruction Gordon Freechman was studieing in his was studying labroatoried...]]

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*** [[QuarterLifeHalfwayToDestruction [[Fanfic/QuarterLifeHalfwayToDestruction Gordon Freechman was studieing in his was studying labroatoried...]]
24th Sep '17 6:41:51 AM NonFictionFantasy
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Voldemort kidnapped Draco, and got "Snaketail" (who, as a reminder, is sixteen in this universe, and therefore possibly a student) to deliver the news of Draco's death to Dumbledore. Dumbledore may have had no idea that Draco ''couldn't'' die by slitting his wrists (something Tara ''very specifically'' tells us at the beginning of the chapter), and when he passed the information on to Ebony, the author ''intended'' for the readers (and Ebony) to be tipped off to the fact that Draco wasn't really dead, but that ''something'' had happened to him. This is why the fact that Draco is supposedly dead is never mentioned again, but replaced with him being kidnapped: the author meant for the audience to figure out that that's what really happened, and for them to know that Ebony would get that out of Dumbledore's announcement as well.


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Voldemort kidnapped Draco, and got "Snaketail" (who, as a reminder, is sixteen in this universe, and therefore possibly a student) developed a crush on Ebony from afar and kidnapped Draco to deliver get her attention. He then delivered the fake news of Draco's death to Dumbledore. Dumbledore may have had passed the information on to Ebony, having no idea that Draco ''couldn't'' couldn't actually die by slitting his wrists (something Tara the author ''very specifically'' tells us at the beginning of the chapter), and when he passed the information on to Ebony, the chapter). The author ''intended'' for the this to clue readers (and Ebony) to be tipped off in to the fact that Draco wasn't really dead, but that ''something'' had '''had''' happened to him. This is why the fact that Draco is supposedly dead is never mentioned again, but replaced with him being kidnapped: the author meant for the audience to figure out that that's what really happened, and for them to know that Ebony would get that out of Dumbledore's announcement as well.

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