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Harry Tano (mirrored here) is a Star Wars/Harry Potter crossover written by TheBeardedOne. Sometime after Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ahsoka Tano is attacked by Clone Troopers carrying out Order 66. Fortunately, a strange device Ahsoka was investigating is activated during the attack and spirits her away.

After getting her bearings, Ahsoka discovers she is in Number 4 Privet Drive, and finds a four year old Harry currently alone while the Dursley's left for the weekend. Naturally, Ahsoka takes Harry and adopts him, while teaching him the ways of the Force.

The following Tropes are strong with this one:

  • The '80s: The first portion of the story, until chapter sixteen.
  • The '90s: The rest of the story occurs during this, though only for the early years, up to 1992.
  • Aborted Arc: The very fate of the Basilisk and the Chamber of Secrets becomes this In-Universe when Tom Riddles' Diary is destroyed by Lucius Malfoy before Voldemort could manifest through it and activate the chamber in the modern day. Even then, the chamber proper is locked off from the rest of the School sewage system and Tom Riddle himself had changed the password that is required to open the inner chamber where the Basilisk is kept in back in the 1940s. And Ahsoka doesn't know it's new password even if she wanted to open it.
  • Abusive Parents: The Dursleys, who much more vicious than canon. To the point Harry refers to himself as freak before his rescue.
  • Adaptational Expansion: Nicholas Flamel does more in the story than what he originally did in the books, such as creating Bacta through Alchemy by researching the samples Ahsoka brought with her from Coruscant.
  • Adaptational Wimp: The Killing Curse, which apparently can be blocked by the Lumos Charm. Hand Waved later when Lucius explained to Draco that over the centuries the knowledge of both spells tended to get lost and rediscovered periodically whenever somebody started to bring one of the spells back into common use, and further explained by Salazar Slytherin's portrait that there were dozens of different spells designed to cast light, and that the Lumos was the most balanced of them and had the added capability of simply deflecting the Killing Curse that made it the default light-casting spell in their curriculum.
  • Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole: Being based primarily on the movies' version of events, the fic inherits most of their plot holes, and introduces a few of its own:
    • Lightsabers work at Hogwarts without needing any special magic-proof modifications, despite operating with electronic components. This in contrast to the story's LAAT/i gunships and other highly advanced aircraft/spacecraft, which are explicitly Magitek.
    • Speaking of lightsabers, no mention is made of kyber crystals, which are necessary for the lightsaber's basic function and normally quite difficult to acquire; despite this, several characters manage to build and use their own lightsabers.
    • Certain characters can explicitly "sense" the Force ability in other characters. Such an ability would have found out Palpatine early in his rise to power, exposing him far before he had put most of his schemes into motion.
    • The story takes it as common knowledge that Lily Potter's sacrifice was what protected Harry from the Killing Curse, and that Sirius was the supposed Secret Keeper. However, the books make mention that almost nobody knows the full details of what happened on that night, that Sirius's betrayal isn't widely known, and the Fidelius Charm is obscure enough that someone who lives in a village populated entirely by magical people doesn't know how it works.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Averted, Ahsoka starts by learning English from transmissions and books but gets full knowledge from Voldemort's Horcrux while Asajj Ventress is taught English via a magic spell that translates for her.
  • Alternate History: A soft one, but for some reason Margaret Thatcher remains in power well into 1992 when in Real Life she resigned in November 1990.
    • Before that, George Lucas didn't make Star Wars films, he made Flash Gordon ones instead (hence no-one on Earth knowing about Jedi, Sith, etc)
  • Alternate Universe: Several changes occur due to Ahsoka's arrival within the cupboard under the stairs of Number 4 Privet Drive from Coruscant.
  • Ascended Extra: The Grangers. In the books (and even more so in the movies), Hermione's parents aren't given much time in the spotlight. Here, they are active participants in the plot, even being essential to Harry attending Hermione's school (thus giving him a more formal education before attending Hogwarts) and introducing him to more of the Muggle world (with one chapter showing Mrs. Granger taking Harry, Hermione, Remus, and several Weasely kids to the London Zoo).
  • Babies Ever After: how else did you think that Ky Black, Master Jedi-Mage of Earth came to exist?
  • Badass Normal:
    • Slightly inverted with the Weaselys. While all of the Weasely children have sufficient magical abilities, none of them are Force sensitive. So, to help Harry and Hermione, they start training to be Rangers (often going for runs and working out while the two Padawans are dueling).
    • Abraham Black; a nephew of Sirius Black, despite being a Muggle and having no affinity to Magic, he's instead discovered to be Force-Sensitive and is taken under the wing of Ahsoka Tano and trained in the ways of the Jedi. After Harrys' battle with Draco Malfoy, Abraham dueled against Harry and won, earning both of them little fan clubs in Hogwarts. Many other Muggle Force-Sensitives would also fall into this category later on when the Jedi Order began to officially form.
  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: Ahsoka manages to defeat the Horcrux in Harry's scar, allowing her to assimilate the memory fragments it leaves behind, including the ability of speaking Parseltongue.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Lily Potter pulls this posthumously!
  • Big "NO!": Voldemort when Quirrell is killed after the last of his Horcruxes are destroyed.
  • Big "WHAT?!": Salazar's portrait gets several.
  • Canon Welding The story does not contradict the canon Star Wars timeline. This gets even more ridiculously obvious with the linked story Knave Squadron which was written almost a decade prior and winds round the Star Wars timeline like a lovesick python before joining the Harry Tano story in the first epilogue.
  • Cast from Hit Points: Dumbledore's final spell.
  • Contrived Coincidence: It is revealed that this is how it is ensured that muggleborn students don't miss the Hogwarts Express, a family volunteers to watch out for them and guide them through.
  • Come with Me If You Want to Live: Basically sums up how Ahsoka gets Harry away from the Dursleys. While they don't speak the same language (at first), she is able to deduce that he's been abused (to the point that she believes he's a slave) and has him leave with her for his own safety. He agrees instantly (as she's the first adult figure he can remember treating him with kindness).
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Harry challenges Draco and three Slytherins of Draco's choosing, with Harry using only his Lightsaber training and mastery of the Force, he wins handily.
    • In the second epilogue a fleet from Earth encounters a One Sith fleet and promptly demonstrates the superiority of Magitek.
  • Day of the Jackboot: Happens when Fudge thinks Ahsoka is a demon whom is controlling everyone. He institutes martial laws, strips werewolves of their rights and institutes pureblood supremacy. McGonagall is questioned under Veritaserum while Ahsoka, Sirius, the Grangers and the Weasleys remove their kids from Hogwarts and go into hidding. And Lucius Malfoy becomes Chief Warlock of the Wizengamot.
  • Decadent Court: The purebloods, in the very day Fudge and the Ministry turns in their favors, are already plotting to include bonded slavery, concubines and polygamy for the elite "Noble" Houses when they fully seize control. And it's implied this happened in the past...
  • Defector from Decadence: Draco Malfoy is granted the ability to command any female to be his. He promptly switches sides as he believes that his father is preventing him from proving himself worthy.
  • Defictionalization: Inverted, in-universe. WolfTech creates a Tabletop RPG called Tales of the Old Republic to sell to the Muggle public. In reality, it's a stealthy way to prepare Earth for the truth beyond the stars, and doubles as a way to help Ahsoka find Force users. Lampshaded when Lucy find her way to the moon.
    "Long story." Sirius sighed. "Dare I hope that any of you are familiar with the roleplaying game Tales of the Old Republic?"
    Lucy nodded, then looked round again, her eyes wide as realization started setting in.
    "Oh my god." She whispered. "The game, it's based on reality, isn't it?"
    Sirius nodded.
    "Aliens are real and they're here."
    Sirius nodded again and Lucy stared at him... then collapsed bonelessly towards the floor. Only the enhanced reflexes of the Wolfalorian prevented her from hitting the ground.
    "I think she took that well." Sirius shrugged.
  • Department of Child Disservices: Played with and ultimately averted. Harry, as in canon, is abused by the Dursleys after Dumbledore leaves him with them, unknowingly against Lily and James' wishes. However, after Harry is rescued by Ahsoka (who destroys a good part of the Dursley house) and "disappears", the police see tell-tale signs of abuse and arrest the Dursleys within twenty-four hours. Everyone agrees that Harry is better off with Ahsoka as his guardian, and several characters go out of their way to apologize to Harry for not acting sooner.
  • Diabolus ex Machina: Just a few days before the plan to ensure Ahsoka's presence is legalized goes through, Fudge finds her. His idiotic reaction all but destroys said plan, forcing her on the run and precipitating Lucius Malfoy's rise to power.
  • Died Happily Ever After: After he dies, Dumbledore is re-united with his sister Arianna.
  • Dragon Ascendant: Rather than Voldemort being the Big Bad, Lucius Malfoy manages to seize control of the entire Wizarding society
  • Dramatic Irony: On part of the Ministry of Magic vowing to have the Wizarding World go into hiding from the Muggle World in order to evade death and persecution from the Muggles that didn't understand Magic and have attacked and killed them in the past. By chapter 32, Ahsoka Tano; an alien that has taken care of Harry Potter like one of her own is forced to go into seclusive hiding in the Muggle World of America when the larger Magical community of Europe discovers her and believes the Togruta to be a demon simply because she isn't Human, and as such can be killed and dissected on their authority.
  • Dungeon Bypass: Both Ahsoka Tano and Ladon Greengrass separately perform this while reaching the Mirror of Erised to get the Philosophers' Stone, with Ahsoka simply flying to the general tower where the Mirror is kept at with an Earth-Built LAAT/i Gunship and cutting through the roof and protective magic wards with her Lightsaber and instead of figuring out how to retrieve the Philosophers' Stone from the Mirror; she simply steals the whole mirror. Meanwhile Ladon Greengrass goes through the actual chambers as normal... by using the Bombarda Spell to bypass every challenge in his way.
    Professor Quirrell: "You r... really that sp...spell."
    Ladon Greengrass: "The universal door-unlocker and obstacle-remover. For when Alohomora isn't enough and you can't be bothered to play chess."
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: Dumbledore's final actions
  • Easily Forgiven: When the truth about how the Dursleys treated the (missing) Harry gets out, many members of the wizarding government are utterly horrified by what they'd allowed to happen. More than half of them, upon finally meeting Harry, apologize sincerely. Harry, having learned the ways of the Jedi from his mother, is willing to forgive them all. The trope is inverted with the Dursleys; when they encounter Harry by chance at the London Zoo, Vernon makes it clear that he's not sorry for what he did and tries to verbally attack Harry. Harry doesn't try to get revenge on the Dursleys (as Jedi don't pursue revenge), but Remus and literally EVERYONE who came to the zoo with him is ready to throw down. The Dursleys wisely retreat.
  • Electronic Eyes: Due to the advancement of the technological level of Earth by way of WolfTech, Cybernetics were eventually introduced to the open market in the Epilogue, Sirius Black ends up sporting one to replace the eye he had lost.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: While not considered Normal in the respect of Muggles, Ahsoka Tano has minimal Magical Talent, barely enough to perform the Expelliarmus Spell. The "Empowered" part comes from when she delved into Harry Potter and destroyed the Horcrux in his head, and took the fragments power left behind for herself. With them she learned how to speak Parseltongue, to Apparate, and learned much of the knowledge that Voldemort once possessed.
  • Endangered Species:
    • The purebloods are dying out due to inbreeding and low birthrates. A fact which Hermione cites in the Daily Prophet, and leaves a bread trail of information that leads to the same conclusion for everyone that reads it. its' so effective that Lucius Malfoy uses this information when hammering out the details of the new Blood Status system he and other former Death Eaters created once assuming power.
    • Technically applies to Ahsoka (who is the only Togruta on Earth) and her new Jedi Order, as (whether they know it or not) they are some of the last Jedi in existence.
  • Energy Weapon: Stingers, which are modified guns designed around the DC-Series of firearms used by the Grand Army of The Republic that fire out stored spells instead of traditional blaster bolts since Tibanna Gas which is used in both Blaster Ammo and Hyper Drives is unavailable on Earth. And the worlds' current tech level isn't high enough to reach beyond the orbit of the Moon yet.
  • Everyone Has Standards: This is the given attitude of Salazar Slytherin, according to his portrait.
    Ahsoka: You dislike Muggles?
    Salazar Slytherin's Portrait: Dislike, yes. Hate, no. If not for them, we wouldn't have any Muggleborn or Half-Bloods, and the Wizarding World would die out due to terminal inbreeding and Power-loss. No, the reason I dislike them is that Muggles are emotional morons who refuse to think and rely on emotions to make their decisions. And they don't wash. Hygiene is essential for potions and so on and most Muggles think that dirt is holy or nonsense like that. It takes ages to get that mindset cured.
  • Evil Laugh: Lucius gives one when he mistakenly thinks Harry is dead.
  • Failed a Spot Check: Wizards and Witches may be adept at creating illusions, but it fails when an area or object is observed in Ultraviolet, Infrared, or X-Ray spectrums as was the case when a lunar telescope manned by Werewolves saw that Stonehenge somehow moved a few feet away from its original location.
  • Family of Choice: Ahsoka (who is not only fresh from escaping Order 66 but believes that Anakin and Obi-Wan are dead) and Harry (who is an orphan partially raised by his abusive aunt and uncle) form one with each other. They later add Sirius, Remus, the Grangers, the Weaselys, and other characters to their found family (to the point that every adult in the group looks after the kids as if they were their own).
  • Fantastic Caste System: Lucius and his purebloods compatriots fashion a rather complex one which further divides the pureblood between the purest and the ones with "impurer blood", while also at the same time creating a form of meritocracy that would allow those of the lower status to reach a higher position than they are currently at.
    Lucius: "Anyone who gains six N.E.W.T.s may be considered a rank higher than their blood status indicates, another two for any Masteries that they hold, and another for each of the W.A.N.D.s they take. A holder of the Order of Merlin is automatically promoted to New Pureblood status for themselves and their spouse, while any children become full Purebloods unless they are at that level or higher. Blood-purity by itself is not enough, we also need to encourage progress, and what better way than via education."
    Umbridge: "But this means that in theory, a Mudblood could claim the rank of a Pureblood!"
    Lucius: "Indeed, but only the best and brightest, those who would make good breeding stock to improve the upper classes. This way, we get the best of all worlds."
  • E.T. Gave Us Wi-Fi: And blasters, space craft, land speeders, and other wonderful toys.
  • First Contact: Technically happens when Ashoka adopts Harry. Lamp Shaded by Margaret Thatcher when she realizes that the Ministry of Magic botched up First Contact due to being paranoid prats that thought Ahsoka was a demon.
  • For Want of a Nail: NUMEROUS examples, from different fates for many of the characters to personality changes. For example, because Harry was raised by Ahsoka instead of the Dursleys, he has a slightly different personality than in the books or movies, having learned emotional control from Ahsoka and never truly acting out of anger or hatred. His desire to learn all he can about magic and the Force also lands him in Ravenclaw instead of Gryffindor. Also, because Snape heard from Lily's will that she forgave him and wanted to try to rekindle their friendship, he ends up being a lot less bitter then in canon and he and Harry do not have the canon amnosity towards each other.
  • Gatling Good: Remus likes to use a modified Stinger based on a Z-6 rotary. Sirius jokes that Remus has fallen in love with it.
  • Good Parents: The Weaselys, the Grangers, Ahsoka, Remus, and Sirius all apply. Ahsoka becoming Harry's parent/mentor is the catalyst for the whole story, while the Weaselys and Grangers remain largely as they are in canon. Remus and Sirius are more good godparents (although Sirius tends to treat Harry more like a little brother than a son).
  • Happily Adopted: Harry Potter-Tano. To the point that he insists on his full last name, and calls Ahsoka "mum", confusing a few people who think that he's talking about Lily.
  • Harem Seeker: Draco Malfoy. He ends up with three girlfriends.
  • Heroic Blue Screen of Death: Several members of the Wizarding World government have one after Lily and James' wills reveal that not only was Sirius not the one who betrayed Lily and James, but that the Potters had specifically stated that Harry should never be placed in the custody of the Dursleys. Dumbledore, however, has a very prominent one, to the point that he resigns from his position as Hogwarts Headmaster, stating that he doesn't want to let another child down as badly as he let down Harry.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dumbledore uses an Expecto Patronum to break though the the shield protecting Lucius' mind control device since he ran out of missiles and rams his failing ship into it, destroying it and killing himself.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Played with, since not every chapter follows the One-Word Title pattern, but it's 42 of 53. For example: The first four chapters are: "Prologue", "Preparations", "Revelations", "Repercussions". Then the next three are two-word-titles: "Home Making", "Rat Run", "Training Begins", before going back to one-word: "Holiday", "Gringotts", "Reunions".
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Peter Pettigrew is brought to justice for betraying the Potters and framing Sirius. Not only is he captured by the very man (or dog) he framed, but its arranged so that he's kept in the exact same Azkaban cell that Sirius spent the last four years in. And because everyone now knows that James, Sirius, and Peter all became illegal animagi, warding charms have been placed on Peter's cell so he can't escape the way Sirius did in canon.
  • Last of His Kind: With the fall of the Galactic Republic and its' reorganization into the Galactic Empire: Ahoska, Harry, and the other Padawans of Earth are effectively the last of The Jedi Order.
  • Levitating Lotus Position: Both Ahsoka Tano and her son Harry can do this using the Force.
  • Literal Genie: Lucius' scrying pool, such as it fails to provide him visions of Harry Potter because his name is Harry Potter-Tano. Lucius mistakes it to mean Harry is dead.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Ever since she arrived on Earth, Ahsoka made it her mission to find a way to make contact with the Galactic Republic again; hoping to re-establish contact with The Jedi Order and tell them about Earth. Asajj Ventress' arrival at the new Moon Base helped set the record straight for Ahsoka what happened after she was sent across the galaxy.
  • Magitek: What Earth's current tech level cannot make, magic is used to recreate instead, effectively making a good chunk of WolfTech's tech this trope.
  • Mage Marksman: With the advent of Stingers, a fair number of Wizards, Witches, and former Werewolves have become this trope. By the climactic final battle, Draco Malfoy goes home with a Stinger in order to arrest his father.
  • Magic Knight: Jedi Mages.
  • Mama Bear: Ahsoka. The second she meets Harry, she dedicates as much time and effort as she can to making sure that he's safe and happy. She even goes head to head with the Horcrux left in Harry before she even knows his full name. Molly Weasley and a majority of the other mothers featured in canon also count.
  • Missed Him by That Much:
    • Despite how much he wanted to kill Harry, Lord Voldemort and Harry Potter never again re-encounter one-another directly after Harry was made an orphan and a failed Horcrux in the story, The closest that Harry got to Voldemort unknowingly was when Harry attended Defense Against the Dark Arts' Class with Professor Quirrell, where Harry felt out Quirrell with the Force and felt something wrong with the Professor, yet brushed it off. Harry Potter never even landed the killing blow, it was the future Minister of Magic Ladon Greengrass that took the credit of ending the Dark Lord after Lucius and Severus found and destroyed his last Horcrux.
    • Played for Laughs a bit with Remus and Sirius' search for Harry. The two go all over the world searching for him, when the whole time he and Ahsoka are living in a cave near Cornwall...not far at all from Remus' house.
  • Muggle–Mage Romance: What ultimately fosters between Sirius Black and the "muggle" Asajj Ventress. And years later resulting in a Human-Rattataki that had joined the ranks of the Jedi Mages named Ky Black that took part in an assault against the One Sith Empire.
  • Mundane Utility: Ahsoka uses her lightsaber, a highly advanced and deadly weapon, to carve the walls of the cave into a decent home for her and Harry. A lot of common magic spells are also this.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Dumbledore gets one once he reads Lily and James' last wills.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Hermione's parents are named Dan and Emma Granger...which just so happen to be the names of two actors in the movies.
    • Dumbledore's final act mirrors Arvel Crynyd's in Return of the Jedi almost down to a tee.
  • Near-Villain Victory: Harry and his friends are forced to flee Britain after Malfoy turns the entire Ministry against them and arranges for the election of Ladon Greengrass to the position of Minister of Magic. If Malfoy hadn't tried to Take Over the World by means of his Stonehenge device, he would have remained in control of all of the UK.
  • Nobody Poops: Averted, Ahsoka managed to create a working toilet in the cave home during chapter 5.
  • Noodle Incident: James Potter's bachelor party. Apparently Moony ended up dressed as a ballerina while Sirius was trouserless. Sirius is the only one willing to bring it up, and a suggestion to watch the memory via Pensieve is immediately shot down by Moody.
    • Don't forget Moody singing "I'm a Little Teapot."
  • Oh, Crap!: Peter Pettigrew has this reaction (in rat form) when he is confronted by Mad-eye Moody, who knows who he is!
  • Older Is Better: The final epilogue/omake mocks this mercilessly. It was apparently written in response to a "the Ancient magic users were better" review/rant.
  • Order Reborn: Ahsoka Tano unknowingly managed to rebuild The Jedi Order on Earth; completely unaware that The Order proper had been destroyed just minutes after she was sent across the galaxy.
  • Papa Wolf:
    • Remus and Sirius definitely qualify, going all over the world to look for Harry when he disappears and then never leaving his side once they find him. What's more, they're fiercely protective of all of the kids.
    • Arthur Weasely demonstrates several times why you never mess with his kids.
    • Remus has also claimed Harry as "pack", meaning that he technically has an entire army of werewolves willing to protect him as well (a fact that he casually drops to Vernon Dursley when they meet him by accident at the zoo).
  • Portal Door: The Rune Doors invented by Lily Potter and vital to Ahsoka's plans. They allow for her and Harry (along with everyone else on their side) to travel to each other's homes, Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and numerous other places at a much faster rate than Floo Powder or even Apparation.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: The purebloods. While racist and classist, they're also smart to know that purebloods are dying out due to decreased birthrates and inbreeding. As such, he's willing to twist the definition of pureblood in order to restore magical bloodlines. If a muggleborn manages to get six NEWTs they will rise to the status of half-blood, while the more Masteries and WANDs exams they achieve the higher they rise in the pureblood hierarchy. This means that really smart muggleborn could become a pureblood.
  • Ramming Always Works: How Dumbledore destroys the mind control edifice.
  • Right Under Their Noses: Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, and most of the Magical Community searched around the world for Harry Potter to no avail, only for it to turn out after Harry turned 8-years old and traveled to Gringotts that he and Ahsoka have been living for the past 4 years in a network of caves along the coastline of Cornwall; just a few yards away from a Potter Family cottage that was deeded to Remus Lupin and that Ahsoka and Harry have been living in the area long enough to become local urban legends by that point in the story. Lampshaded by the Oracle of Delphi who told Sirius that Harry Potter was "closer to home than they think."
  • Rollerblade Good: The AT-TE's built by the good guys differ from canon in that they have retractable wheels in their feet, allowing them to move faster on flat surfaces without sacrificing their all-terrain capability.
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: Dolores Umbridge narrowly avoids being persecuted and sentenced to Azkaban alongside most of the others that were a part of Lucius' inner circle. But in doing so managed to exhaust all of her political clout and favors to the point that she could only hold position as the in the Head of the Department of Magical Sports.
  • Run for the Border: When Cornelius Fudge used the Floo Network to talk with Headmistress McGonagall in the school just after the Hidden Wing was uncovered containing the Founders Portrait and just a few weeks until the motion would pass that would make Ahsoka Tano recognized as a living being in the Wizarding Community, the Minister of Magic saw the Togruta, ran out of the Floo Network and claiming that she was a Demon that Harry Potter had summoned. The main characters are forced to abandon their efforts in Great Britain and Europe to flee to America for sanctuary since it is out of the Ministrys' own jurisdiction.
  • Shout-Out
  • Space Fighter: Recreated by the Wolfalorians and used in the final battle. Surprisingly, the Delta-6 is not the model used by the Jedi.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Due to the large cast that the Harry Potter Franchise is known for, and how many of them are killed or had their lives severely and negatively impacted through the events of the seven books by Voldemort, The Death Eaters, and the heroes alike. With the events that take place in the story itself; it is actually easier to count the number of people who actually weren't spared by the adaptation.
    • This trope applies to the Goblet of Helga Hufflepuff which had its Horcrux enchantment removed by the heroes to keep the goblet from being destroyed.
  • Standard Sci-Fi Fleet: In the Epilogue, the Earth Fleet is comprised of derivatives of Trade Federation Battleships and Venator-Class Star Destroyers enhanced with Magitek.
  • Sufficiently Analyzed Magic: Occurs in the epilogues and is derived from Magitek.
  • Surveillance as the Plot Demands: Lucius Malfoy has a scrying pool that allows him to spy in people... provided he gives their correct name.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: The Wolfalorians, who have taken the culture of the Mandalorians as their own.
    • Lampshaded when Asajj Ventress arrives and promptly mistakes them for Mandalorians.
  • Take That, Critics!: The outrage over Harry Potter in the American Christian community is mocked when Lucius makes a offhand comment how American muggles go nuts at any hint of magic.
  • Take That!: Ahsoka initially mistakes Dudley for a Hutt in a portrait.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Harry and Hermione, along with being talented wizards, are also well on their way to being fully trained Jedi, to the point where Harry won a duel against Draco and three other students in less than thirty minutes. Ahsoka also qualifies due to having magic (however small) alongside Anakin's training.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: A LOT of characters are much nicer here than in the original books. Rita Skeeter, for example, has much more integrity than shown in the books or movies (not to mention being more open to Muggle culture and being the first person to alert the magical world about what's happened to Harry), and Snape is noticeably nicer to his students and Harry than in any canon HP work. The list goes on.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: Played for Drama. Sirius Black manages to force Rita Skeeter to publish the true name of Voldemort, and the reactions of the Wizarding World to find out that Voldemort is a hypocrite and has a common name is to stop fearing him. Also his purebloods allies turn on him disgusted for his muggle parentage.
  • The Power of Friendship: How Voldemort is defeated.
  • The Unmasqued World: This was a result of what Ahsoka's original Plan entailed to bring up the tech level of Earth so she could find a way of contacting the Republic, which would initiate First Contact with Earth and completely overshadow the significance of the Statute of Secrecy that the Wizarding World abides by. the Unmasking happens more directly thanks to Lucius Malfoy's world conquest plot by using the Ley-lines that intersect at Stonehenge to amplify a passive Imperious Curse across the planet however a much a larger revelation is made earlier when Asajj Ventress arrives from Hyperspace and confirms that Earth itself is within the Unknown Regions.
  • Trapped in Another World: Ahsokas' investigation of a Rakatan device had caused her to be sent from Coruscant directly into the Cupboard Under The Stairs of Number 4 Privet Drive, for the rest of the story she comes up with plans to uplift Earths' technology in order to eventually find a way to try re-establishing contact with both the Galactic Republic and The Jedi Order.
  • Un-headmaster: An unknown Headmaster of Hogwarts from 300 years ago that hid away the portraits of the Founders of Hogwarts inside of a room that was magically-runed to appear permanently unstable and heavily damaged, and sought to change the original path of study that Hogwarts had to something of his liking, however his portrait was shredded before his death. In the Wizarding World, when a powerful Witch or Wizard dies and has an enchanted portrait, the portrait would come to life and live on since it was woven with their hair and painted with their blood. The Founders destroyed this twisted Headmasters' portrait; preventing him from coming back, and in time his name was ultimately forgotten.
  • Uranus Is Showing: Parodied. When President George H W Bush is explaining the global plans for the solar system, he refers it as "the planet that lends its name to bad jokes about bottoms".
  • Villain Ball: Lucius Malfoy manages to avoid this quite impressively, only an unexpected visitor to his mansion stops his escape plan from succeeding.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: The pureblood-controlled Ministry, whom start an half-blood to head of a Ministry Department, a first in a hundred years after the previous halfblood Department Head was removed from office and sentenced to Azkaban due to prejudice as well granting a exonoration to Hagrid from being Frame-Up by Tom Riddle.
  • What Did I Do Last Night? Apparently it's how the Founders did most of their greatest feats and crafts in of Hogwarts.
    • According to the Portraits of the Founders,their misadventures included the Sorting Hat being brought to life and the sword of Godric Griffindor having dozens of enchantments while Godric and Salazar were suffering from a drunken stupor at the time. Helga Hufflepuff and Rowena Ravenclaw created the Room of Requirement and incorporated it with Veela Magic... when the two of them hadn't even MET a Veela yet and wouldn't until a decade later. Rowena cast a series of spells backwards in the wrong order that empower one-another that created the enchanted roof of the Great Hall. Helga and Godric got high and cast a series of charms on the Staircases that caused them to move at random using charms were magelocked to only be cancelled if the two of them recited the spell again while speaking in Parseltongue, which they couldn't as Salazar was the only one who could use that language!
  • Who's on First?:
    • Most people in the Wizarding World become confused when Harry talks about his mother, thinking that he's talking about Lily when he's really referring to Ahsoka.
    • Chapter 49 features one with built in lampshade courtesy of Remus Lupin.
  • Wrong Context Magic: The Force when interacting with Magic, especially with how a Lightsaber is capable of instantly destroying powerful magic wards and shielded Horcruxes like Salazar Slytherin's Locket and deflecting powerful spells and curses cast at the wielders, including the Expelliarmus and the Killing Curse. Ahsoka Tano also used a mental-link meditation on a young Harry Potter to remove the portion of Tom Riddles' soul that embedded itself within the boys' scar without killing Harry, and taking from the fragments left behind the ability of speaking Parseltongue and Apparating for herself.
  • You're Not My Father: Draco once he finds out that the protection rune Lucius gave him had a back door that allows Lucius' mind control spell to control him anyway