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Awesome: Make a Wish
  • About everything Harry / Mr. Black does during his travel around the world, enough that a full blown Urban Legend is built around him, just because of a few Contrived Coincidences, his unadulterated dumb luck and the imagination of the different Auror Corps Harry meets.
    • In Netherlands, he defeats four Death Eaters using just two bottles of cooking oil and the judicious application of Blasting Charms. He also discovers the Crumple-Horned Snorkack.
    • In France, he kills a serial killer (one that had actually yet to be discovered by the French Aurors) in self-defense, in such a way that it cannot actually be tied to him.
    • In Monaco, his dumb luck makes him bet on a table in such a way that it draws suspicion towards another of the players, who is part of a ring of cheaters.
    • In Rome, his dumb luck strikes again when an attempt to use mage sight while having a hangover gifts him with a more powerful form of mage sight. He identifies a problem in a set of wards just from reading a book on them for a few minutes. He meets with a Mafia boss and gets him to not support the Dark Lord. He kills another Mafia boss by throwing him out of the window and guts a Mook of his.
    • In Germany, he kills a bunch of Pureblood fanatics after they killed a Muggleborn girl that was in the age of going to magical school, sparking a massacre of fanatics by the local crime syndicates.
    • In Austria, after accidentally giving the Aurors a clue that an Eldritch Abomination may be about to escape its prison, he visits the Aurors' headquarters, where he destroys a huge rock (and part of the wall behind) with an old Soviet spell and barely reacts when a bunch of Death Eaters try to kill him (of course, he thinks it is a joke, as the Death Eaters land straight into a cell).
    • In Hungary, he manages to help find a cure to an illness that is killing the Hungarian Horntails.
    • In Transylvania, he kills four vampires (one of them by accident, the other three with a tanning spell), gets the respect of Count Dracula, kills Fenrir Greyback, and his luck strikes again when the Count feeds him some of his blood, yet Harry turns not into a werewolf (Greyback bit him) nor a vampire. And then he meets a group of Veelas who recognize him (they are family of the Delacours), an encounter he comes out better of, turning him into a Memetic Sex God.
    • In Egypt, he finds a boatload of tombs, reveals the existence of a valley full of Egyptian wizards' tombs, and rescues a group of people that had been kidnapped by a bunch of magical bandits.
    • In Japan, he manages to convince a kappa (a monster of Japanese folklore) to let him go across its river and meets a yuki-onna (a spirit associated with winter and snowstorms, that is always cold), which he invites to have soup and then convinces her to settle in a place where her storms won't cause damage to other people.
    • In Australia, he gets bitten by poisonous spiders that die themselves due to Harry's poisonous blood, finds a lot of opal stones in his first (and only) day of excavating in Coober Pedy, most of which he leaves to a girl he helps give birth to, and gets in a drunken fight with a kangaroo, knocking the animal out in one punch.
    • In America, he wins a shooting contest and convinces a robber baron to stop trying to steal the land from the locals in a Far West town.
    • Finally, in Sweden, he enters a race famed for passing next to a dragon reserve (who are quite prone to eat one or two of the fliers). Harry somehow gets nearly every dragon to hunt him, shakes them off by doing a Wronski Feint, and wins the race (which is noted to be the one where less people have died in the history of the race.
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