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Fanfic / A Marauders Plan

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A Marauder's Plan by is aHarry Potter Alternate Universe Fanfic in which Sirius Black decides to stay in England and protect Harry.


  • Abusive Parents: The Dursleys, of course.
  • Big Fancy House: Common amongst wealthy wizards.
  • Blood Magic: Lily Potter used this to create a magical ward around Harry that would protect him from Voldemort.
  • Chess Motifs: Remus uses this trope to explain to Harry how Dumbledore acts.
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  • Child Mage: Harry, who shows great control over his magic and even capable of casting NEWT-level spells at age thirteen. Remus also believes that Harry's accidental magic worked with Lily's Blood Magic to repeal the Killing Curse.
  • Clear My Name: Sirius, with the aid of a solicitor named Brian Cutter was able to re-start an investigation into the Potter's death leading to him exonorated.
  • Good Is Not Soft: In the first chapter, Sirius shakes off a compulsion charm cast by Dumbledore who wanted him to run away so not to risk capture again.
  • Fandom-Specific Plot: The fic seeks to play with Ancient and Noble Houses, Potter wealth and Super!Harry
  • Gotta Catch Them All: The Horcruxes, as in canon.
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  • Magical Native American: Native American are specialists in healing magic.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Played with regarding Dumbledore. He used Harry and (what Sirius believes was a fake) Philosopher's Stone as bait in an attempt to find out if Voldemort was alive. In his arrogance, Dumbledore didn't expect Harry to be drawn into a direct confrontation with his parents' murderer.
  • Mr. Exposition:Played for Drama. Remus recaps the events in Harry's first and second year, which Sirius is not amused about at all. They also discuss how could a Killing Curse be rebounded.
    • Played straight with the letter Regulus to Sirius, in which he explains the horcruxes and how many he believes are out there.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Sirius to Harry, as he prefers to have the young wizard focus on his education and friendships while letting adult wizards and witches focus on the hunt for horcruxes.
  • Time Master: Subverted. The time bubble in the Valley Clinic was seeminly always there and a Native American tribe moved into it to safeguard it, wearing talismans to protect themselves from its time magic.
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  • Year Inside, Hour Outside: The Valley Clinic has a time bubble around it that no matter how long one spends time in it, only a week passes in the outside world.

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