It was a potion blunder for all time... And it sent Harry Potter all the way back to 1977, during the time of the Marauders', Lily Evans', Severus Snape's, and Lucius Malfoy's seventh and final year at Hogwarts. What changes are brought about with Harry's presence in the past? Is nothing in the Windswept Time held sacred? Warning- Slash Pairings.
Harry, Dumbledore, James, Lily, Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, Snape, Voldemort, Narcissa, Lucius, Peter Pettigrew, M. McGonagall
Romance, Action, Angst, Mystery, Drama
Strong Language, Contains Slash (Same-Sex Pairing), Scenes of a Mild Sexual Nature, Sensitive Topic/Issue/Theme
"No, no way! No way in Merlin's Beard can she be related to Goyle!" I ran my hand through my hair. Exasperated at the mere thought. I turned around to stare Blaise dead in the eye, offering him my hand. "Luck to the best man."
....and with that handshake I signed my death deal and the tossed the key to my heart away.
Certain circumstances brought Draco and Hermione together. They were forced to share a bond, one that would entitle peace between the two sides of the wizarding world. As they share time together, something threatens to change their lives forever... something forbidden. But sometimes light can be found in the darkest places.
This story is from Ginny Weasley’s point of view about her fifth year, her feelings of falling and love and sadness of loss after the last battle against Voldemort. One shot story. Very sad. Please R&R
He levels his wand to my heart, ready with the inevitable Avada Kedavra curse. I take what I know will be my last breath but I am proud in knowing my death is not in vain. I hear his words as he begins the death curse. I smile. Thanks to Bell_moi for the banner!
Beautiful banner by SunSationGal07! Hogwarts would never in a million years have dreamed Lily Evans and James Potter would end up married, that Sirius Black would (supposedly) betray them to Lord Voldemort, or that their one year-old son would defeat the darkest wizard of the century. But that's what (for the most part) happened. Follow Lily Evans' seventh year up until her death and see "The Sacrifice" as it's never been shown before.
Dumbledore, Lupin, Snape, Sirius, A. Longbottom, F. Longbottom, James, Lily, Pettigrew, OC
James/Lily, Snape/Lily, Remus/OC, Sirius/OC, Other Pairing
*Looking desperately for a banner. I would love you forever!*
The epic tragedy of the Marauders, Lily, Severus, Regulus, and the Order of the Phoenix. A massive novel that stretches from 1970 through the Battle of Hogwarts, this tale doesn't end with that fateful Halloween, but follows through to the very end. Follow the heartbreak, disillusionment, grief, and hope that so defined these legendary characters. Updates will be weekly, and most warnings apply to later chapters. The rating is subject to change.
Lupin, Snape, Sirius, A. Longbottom, F. Longbottom, Lily, James, Regulus, Pettigrew
Remus/Tonks, Snape/Lily, Remus/OC, Sirius/OC
Horror/Dark, Romance, Angst
Strong Language, Strong Violence, Scenes of a Mild Sexual Nature, Substance Use or Abuse, Sensitive Topic/Issue/Theme, Contains Spoilers
"Only a selected group of people should lead the world and, in order to obtain that, someone needs to be sacrificed. For the greater good, of course."
It had finally come to that.
So many had died on their own free will, but now he needed to sacrifice someone to save thousends of lives.
Had he been right all long? Dumbledore/Grindelwald
Banner by aurevoir at TDA! He remembered reading somewhere that Muggles who went to war sometimes ended up coming home shell-shocked from the war. Some wouldn’t speak. Some could never stop reliving the events every day until they slowly went mad. But some recovered. Harry was pretty sure that was what was happening to him. Just shell shock. He could recover from it; he was sure. Harry/Ginny
It was only meant to be a bit of fun. Malfoy had no idea that flirting with Granger could have followed into something more. Something that was so far out of his control. Something that was going to cost them both dearly. Could they really see this thing out? And what would both of them be prepared to sacrifice if they did?
Tonks couldn't help but enter the final battle to find Remus and be sure he was safe. What events led to their dead? This is the untold death scene of Lupin and Tonks.
Extract: 'She did not want to leave her son. She loved him more than she could comprehend. But, as she gazed into Remus's eyes, she knew that he understood. The pair came to a mutual understanding of one another, a deep and significant agreement. They needed to face this war together. If it was to end in death, then so be it.'