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* OhCrap: Poor Colin Creevey -- Harry, chased by a Bludger, tries to WronskiFeint the bludger into Colin to MakeItLookLikeAnAccident. There's a picture of Colin's terrified face as the DM rolls and declares Colin successfully dodged the bludger.

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* OhCrap: Poor Colin Creevey -- Harry, chased by a Bludger, tries to WronskiFeint the bludger into Colin to MakeItLookLikeAnAccident. There's a picture of [[https://www.deviantart.com/arkbrik/art/The-Leaky-D20-no-131-323772869 Colin's terrified face face]] as the DM rolls and declares Colin successfully dodged the bludger.


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* SpitTake: Robin comes up with a plan to use Dan's character Harry as bait, which is presumably startling, given how the text is paired with a picture of [[https://www.deviantart.com/arkbrik/art/The-Leaky-D20-no-136-325894302 Harry spitting out his potion]].


* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. [[spoiler: Marge Dursley]] is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. ''Voldemort'' has arguably pure motives. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal [=McGonnagal=] are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. [[spoiler: Marge Dursley]] is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. ''Voldemort'' has arguably pure motives. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.



* FuragainstFang: Snape and his vampires against Mcgonagall's tribe of werecreatures.

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* FuragainstFang: FurAgainstFang: Snape and his vampires against Mcgonagall's [=Mcgonagall's=] tribe of werecreatures.



* KnightTemplar: Harry will happily antagonize or even unprovoked attack anything that is considered evil (werecreatures and vampires), rumored to be evil (sorcerers, like Dobby) or somehow associated with someone who he considers evil (such as his aunt, who is a friend of McGonaggal). Discovering that [[spoiler:his father was a werestag]] causes him to shut down for a while trying to fiure out where that puts him. And even then, learning that the man was good and moral only caused Harry to conclude that "[[spoiler:My father]] was the one good werecreature" (a statement he made in front of ''Remus Lupin'') rather than reevaluate his own beliefs.

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* KnightTemplar: Harry will happily antagonize or even unprovoked attack anything that is considered evil (werecreatures and vampires), rumored to be evil (sorcerers, like Dobby) or somehow associated with someone who he considers evil (such as his aunt, who is a friend of McGonaggal). [=McGonaggal=]). Discovering that [[spoiler:his father was a werestag]] causes him to shut down for a while trying to fiure figure out where that puts him. And even then, learning that the man was good and moral only caused Harry to conclude that "[[spoiler:My father]] was the one good werecreature" (a ([[FeeFiFauxPas a statement he made made]] [[RightInFrontOfMe in front of ''Remus Lupin'') of]] ''[[YouKnowImBlackRight Remus Lupin]]'') rather than reevaluate his own beliefs.


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* OhCrap: Poor Colin Creevey -- Harry, chased by a Bludger, tries to WronskiFeint the bludger into Colin to MakeItLookLikeAnAccident. There's a picture of Colin's terrified face as the DM rolls and declares Colin successfully dodged the bludger.

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* TheRoleplayer: Dan/Harry, of the DramaQueen variety. He routinely speaks in PurpleProse, relishes an opportunity to angst and mope when the others go to Hogsmeade without him, and insists on playing up his abusive childhood with the Dursleys... despite the fact that everyone else is profoundly uncomfortable with it.

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* KnightTemplar: Harry will happily antagonize or even unprovoked attack anything that is considered evil (werecreatures and vampires), rumored to be evil (sorcerers, like Dobby) or somehow associated with someone who he considers evil (such as his aunt, who is a friend of McGonaggal). Discovering that [[spoiler:his father was a werestag]] causes him to shut down for a while trying to fiure out where that puts him. And even then, learning that the man was good and moral only caused Harry to conclude that "[[spoiler:My father]] was the one good werecreature" (a statement he made in front of ''Remus Lupin'') rather than reevaluate his own beliefs.


* CompositeCharacter: Inverted. [[spoiler:Tom Riddle is a separate character from Voldemort]].


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* DecompositeCharacter: [[spoiler:Tom Riddle is a separate character from Voldemort]].


* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. [[spoiler: Marge Dursley]] is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. [[spoiler: Marge Dursley]] is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. ''Voldemort'' has arguably pure motives. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.


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* EvilGloating: Subverted. Not only are Voldemort's motives not entirely evil, his monologue keeps getting interrupted, and Harry escapes before he can finish.


''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on Website/DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just started the fifth film, ''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix''.

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''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on Website/DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, intermittently at the moment, it has just started is partly through the fifth film, ''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix''.


* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Hagrid.

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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Hagrid.Hagrid, at first. When it turns out that the players can't work out what he's saying, though, Catherine decides to drop the accent for him and it's never really mentioned again.


''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just started the fifth film, ''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix''.

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''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, Website/DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just started the fifth film, ''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix''.


''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just finished the fourth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire''.

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''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just finished started the fourth fifth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet Order of Fire''.
the Phoenix''.


''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just the fourth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire''.

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''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has just finished the fourth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire''.


''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it is currently up to the fourth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire''.

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''The Leaky D20'' is a CampaignComic based on the [[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter films]]. Written by Arkbrik and posted on DeviantArt, it tells the story of Catherine (the [=GM=]) and Dan, Robin and Emily (who respectively play Harry, Ron and Hermione). Posting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it is currently up to has just the fourth film, ''Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire''.


** Marge Dursley is reasonable, friendly to Harry, and a ranger; averted by ''Harry'' and his FantasticRacism.
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. Marge Dursley is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.

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** [[spoiler: Marge Dursley Dursley]] is reasonable, friendly to Harry, and a ranger; averted by ''Harry'' and his FantasticRacism.
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation (InUniverse): To be expected, seeing as the plot runs quite differently from the source material. Lucius Malfoy and Mr Weasley are friendly coworkers, and Draco is far nicer than the original. Conversely, Dumbledore, Snape and McGonnagal are far nastier, with the last one wanting to ''eat'' the protagonist because she is a werecreature. [[spoiler: Marge Dursley Dursley]] is not only friendly toward Harry but is (at first) the new teacher of Care of Magical Creatures. Neville Longbottom is genuinely competent and respected, coming from a long line of heroic vampire hunters. And the protagonists are generally a bunch of unliked jerks because they're acting like self-centered adventurers.


** Marge Dursley is reasonable, friendly to Harry, and a witch/ranger; averted by ''Harry'' and his FantasticRacism.

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** Marge Dursley is reasonable, friendly to Harry, and a witch/ranger; ranger; averted by ''Harry'' and his FantasticRacism.

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** Marge Dursley is reasonable, friendly to Harry, and a witch/ranger; averted by ''Harry'' and his FantasticRacism.


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* FantasticRacism: Harry hates monsters (whether were or vampire) and sorcerors.

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