''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7591040/1/The-Queen-who-fell-to-Earth The Queen Who Fell To Earth]]'' and its sequels ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8186304/1/On-the-Wings-of-Dragons On The Wings of Dragons]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10301672/1/Beneath-Sovereign-Skies Beneath Sovereign Skies]]'' by [[http://www.fanfiction.net/u/777540/Bobmin356 Bobmin356]] (also authors of FanFic/MutantStorm) is a CrossOver between ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' and ''Literature/TheDragonridersOfPern.'' Forced to compete and abandoned by his friends, Harry Potter steps from the tent with only one goal in mind, suicide. Instead he awakens a power that spans time and space and starts a war between the worlds.

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!!''The Queen Who Fell To Earth'' provides examples of:
* AChildShallLeadThem: for the length of the first two parts, Harry is an underage wizard that, to his surprise, has become the leader of a nation that encompasses tens of thousands of dragons and an increasing number of [[DragonRider Dragon Riders]].
* AlternateUniverseFic
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Umbridge who is unceremoniously dumped]] ''[[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Between]]''. The Chinese agent that was planning to attack Campbeltown Weyr breaks his neck when the ship he is riding is dropped from a height of fifty feet.]]
* BondCreatures: The Dragons.
* BotheringByTheBook[=/=]ObstructiveBureaucrat: when the dragons arrive to New York to attend a meeting of the United Nations, an US Department of Immigration tries to arrest the non-American riders because they did not pass by a customs inspection point.
* TheCameo: many, many appearances by RealLife people - John Major features as one of Dragonkind's first allies, and Creator/DavidAttenborough develops the first documentary about dragons.
* TheChainsOfCommanding: many times, characters will make a reference to Harry taking on too much effort on his shoulders. One of the main issues is Harry learning to delegate part of what he does on other people.
* CommanderContrarian: Gordon Chapman, a MilitaryBrat who periodically messes up, or makes stupid comments about how he would lead the Weyr if it were up to him. Harry has to constantly deal with his screw-ups. [[spoiler:He ends up trying to kill Harry, which causes Kirteth (Chapman's dragon) to [[DrivenToSuicide jump Between]].]]
* CrapsackWorld: Harry has to look out for people trying to exploit (or kill) his dragons both in the Wizarding World and in the muggle world.
* DespairEventHorizon: Harry, after being ostracized by his classmates after his name comes out of the Goblet of Fire, is [[DrivenToSuicide ready to commit suicide]] [[spoiler: but he gets better after he Impresses]].
** It gets mentioned that, whenever a dragon or a rider dies, the other member of the dragon-rider partnership will pass this, and will soon try to follow. This is actually one thing Harry is willing to use to keep the dragon riders from doing things that are too risky.
** [[spoiler:If a rider brings too much shame to himself, the dragon will kill himself, as shown when Gordon Chapman tries to murder Harry.]]
* DragonRider: Of course.
* TheDreaded: [[TomTheDarkLord Carlos the Gerbil]] is a dreaded magical terrorist that comes to Britain in order to attempt to upset the magical society born out of Harry's Impressing. Jin Tan Mu is also quite dreaded in China because of his fanatical zeal in destroying any magical community he finds.
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler: Voldemort's ultimate fate is to become a muggle curiosity and science experiment.]]
** [[spoiler:Percy Weasley, who decided to spy on a group of magical terrorists, was given a Draught of Living Death and then awakened, which meant he was awake but unable to interact with anyone. He was found before he went mad, fortunately.]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}: many snippets, written in-story by Remus Lupin, state that there are many conflicts to come in the future, such as a [[spoiler:war with the OPEC members]].
* FluffyTheTerrible: all of the dragons.
* GambitPileup: despite being about a squadron of DragonRiders, it's very much a political thriller where everyone has their own agenda.
* HeroicBSOD: Hermione in the first chapters, when she realizes her attempting to not take sides between Harry and Ron led to the former's DespairEventHorizon.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Harry worries about this given the lengths he has to go to in order to protect Dragonkind.
* HumbleHero: Harry, even more than in the books, and his position as Weyrleader means that he gets uncomfortable any time he is extended courtesies as what amounts to be the Head of State of Dragonkind.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: just like in both source canons.
* MakeRoomForTheNewPlot: [[spoiler: How the conflict with Voldemort is resolved.]]
* MilitaryBrat: several of the first Riders are this.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: many Hogwarts students, when they realized everything they put Harry through led to him [[DrivenToSuicide trying to commit suicide by dragon]]. Particularly Hermione, who blames herself most, as she decided to not take sides in the fight between Harry and Ron at a time where Harry would have needed her help.
** She doesn't appear to learn from this, though, as she gets stroppy with Harry in the sequel [[spoiler:about whether or not a rider can control themselves when their dragon rises to mate for the first time]]. She breaks off their relationship and regards him as [[spoiler: a sex-mad "typical" male]] until it happens to ''her'' and she realises that she was wrong. She is then devasted, thinking that she's ruined their friendship and any chance of anything more.
* NGOSuperpower: the Weyrs begin to become this early, as they manage to gain autonomy from the governments, although future snippets state the Weyrs will actually become an independent nation.
* RealityEnsues: something Harry is quite aware of as time passes, as everything dragons can offer (new power sources, among other things) has the potential of offsetting the world's balance of power.
* RogueAgent: when the Chinese government orders agent Jin Tan Mu to remain at the Athens embassy and stop investigating the Weyr (as they have been making a deal with Harry to benefit from dragons' abilities), he decides to go rogue and hire mercenaries to attack Campbeltown Weyr. [[spoiler:He dies when the ship that carries him and the mercenaries he hired is grabbed by dragons and dropped from a great height.]]
* TheBusCameBack: [[spoiler:Carlos the Gerbil, in the name of the Spanish Ministry of Magic, makes a deal with Russian agents (and, it is implied, Saudi people) to work together and fight the dragons and their influence.]]
** [[spoiler:Charlie Weasley, who had decided to leave for a hippogriff farm in South America since he was unable to accept that Dragons were intelligent, has returned to England and admitted his mistakes, which he realized after a dragon saved him from a hippogriff attack.]]
* TheFundamentalist: several of them take to protest against the dragons, since they are convinced that the dragons are soulless demons, even when dragons try to speak to them.
* TheWarOnTerror: after 9/11 happens, the international politics start to affect even Dragonkind, even though they have markedly stated their neutrality. [[spoiler:President UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush decides to "nationalize" the American dragons to force them to collaborate in America's anti-terrorism efforts. [[TooDumbToLive Naturally, it does not work]], and Harry becomes to a hair's width from declaring war on the United States of America before Bush backs off.]]
* TomTheDarkLord: apart from the TropeNamer [[spoiler:who gets offed soon into the story anyway]], there is terrorist Carlos the Gerbil, who picked his name in an attempt to draw a parallel with Carlos the Jackal, without knowing what a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerbil gerbil]] actually is.
* TooDumbToLive: people who underestimate just how ''dangerous'' dragons can be if they are ticked off. [[spoiler:Particularly Bush's Secretary of Homeland Security, who suggested the forced recruitment of all American Riders into the army to take advantage of the dragons, even after a treaty was signed with Dragonkind.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Harry. All other Dragon Riders.
* UpliftedAnimal: Dragons arenít just animals ó they are sentient. Since much of the Wizarding World's economy is based on dragon products, they initially refuse to acknowledge this.