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** Another version exists [[https://my.w.tt/xu27mCdLuZ here]] on {{Wattpad}}, featuring annotations from the author who reposted it.

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** Another version exists [[https://my.w.tt/xu27mCdLuZ [[https://www.wattpad.com/story/60502436-hogwarts-school-of-prayer-and-miracles here]] on {{Wattpad}}, featuring annotations from the author who reposted it.

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** Another version exists [[https://my.w.tt/xu27mCdLuZ here]] on {{Wattpad}}, featuring annotations from the author who reposted it.

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* {{MST}}: One can be found [[https://www.deviantart.com/storygirl000/gallery/65459979/Utter-Tripe-Reviews here]], courtesy of ''Fanfic/UtterTripeReviews''.

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* RedheadInGreen: All of the members of the redheaded Weasley family are in Slytherin, resulting in this trope.


* RelatedInAdaptation: Hermione is Dumbledore's daughter in this fic.

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* RelatedInAdaptation: RelatedInTheAdaptation: Hermione is Dumbledore's daughter in this fic.

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* RelatedInAdaptation: Hermione is Dumbledore's daughter in this fic.


* FemaleMisogynist: Every "good" female character and, if it's not a TrollFic, the author

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* FemaleMisogynist: Every "good" female character and, if it's not a TrollFic, the authorauthor. What else would you expect from someone using the username, "proudhousewife"?

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* FemaleMisogynist: Every "good" female character and, if it's not a TrollFic, the author

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* EnemyMine: Dumbledore explains that there aren't enough Gryffindor Hats to defeat Voldemort and that's why they need to ally with the other Hats. The author apparently considers this a very iffy proposition that threatens to compromise Gryffindor Hat values.

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* KidHasAPoint: Sometimes, the child characters will raise points that the author clearly agrees with, but which the "good" adults are apparently too tactful to put so starkly. This is typically followed by the narration ruminating about the innocent wisdom of "little ones" (for some reason, the author refuses to say the word "children").

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* PositiveDiscrimination: The portrayal of Dean Thomas. It's subtle at first. The adverb "articulately" is often attached to his speaking, but it's easy to miss any meaning here because the story is so overloaded with {{Said Bookism}}s. It finally becomes blatant when the narration mentions that "not a single word was mispronounced" when he said, "that's right."


* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe]]

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* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe]]Maybe.]]


* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe]]



* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe.]]


* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe.]]



* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe.]]

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* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler: Voldemort. Maybe.]]

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