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Prelude to Hell
Summer begins. The trio arrive back on the Hogwarts Express and spend a day together before heading off to their respective homes.
Horrors of War
The war continues. Without Dumbledore, it isn't going well.
Aftermath and the Daily Prophet
In the aftermath or a horrible battle, Harry continues preparing for a Horcrux Hunt. Owls bearing letters, newspapers, and even a fruit cake crisscross southern England. Political intrigue takes center stage!
For Everything, There Is a Season
Harry leaves the Privet Drive and spends a week at the Burrow. The horcrux hunt begins in earnest, and a surprise visitor shows up for Harry's birthday party!
The Battle of the Burrow
Suprise guests have shown up for Harry's birthday party. Hold on to your chairs tight, it'll be a wild ride.
Drink to Death and Peace
In the aftermath of the Battle of the Burrow, Harry struggles with loss, and how to relate to those around him. Celebrations are not always joyous affairs.
Minerva's Two Cents
Harry constructively deals with the emotional pain of losing his friends. He discusses life and death, the past and the future, and learns a few lessons in leadership from Professor McGonagall. Also featuring high drama in the Ministry, a discussion with the Minister, a trip on the Knight Bus, and the return of a winged friend. Good stuff ensues, make sure to review!
Meet the Public
Set two days after the Battle of the Burrow. Harry visits Diagon Alley for the obligatory shopping trip. Interactions with an irate goblin, a half-troll, fantastic beasts, swooning fan-girls, multiple Surly Beaters, and a pair of stocky red-head twins, help to color Harry's day.
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust
Harry attends the funerals of his fallen friends. Who can he trust? Who are his true friends? Is there hope to be found amidst the sea of loss? Will prejudices and traditions spoil a day for saying goodbye? The Prophet intrudes in Harry's life again, a mysterious fate is revealed, and politics threatens to mar a solemn occasion.
After a trying day of funerals, Harry and the Minister have a heated discussion about the direction of the Ministry. Harry goes to dinner with some friends, deals with troublesome house-elves, and finally meets with his solicitors.
The Beautiful Game
Harry watches desperate House-elves before taking a trip to see Viktor Krum and the Ballycastle Bats face off against Oliver Wood and the Puddlemere United. It's his first professional Quidditch match, and he's enthralled by the level of play. Good friends, good fun, and good eats make Harry a happy boy... mostly.
Playing for Keeps
Harry adjusts to life as a bachelor with a strange house-elf. His clothes are missing, his foes are taking advantage of him... and Harry just wants to get away from it all. Fred has some good advice, but Harry isn't seeing the big picture.
Harry returns from his holiday and makes a decision about school. Professor McGonagall and Minister Scrimgeour explain themselves.
Harry attends his first Wizengamot session as Lord Potter. He gets up the nerve to ask Susan out... and ends up disappointed. Mr. Granger gives Harry some advice on the Hermione issue.
Harry and Daphne Greengrass visit Hogwarts on the last day of their Summer break for Head student training with Professor McGonagall and the rest of the Hogwarts staff.
Chapter Sixteen: House Loyalties
Harry's first day back at Hogwarts after his long trying summer highlights the difficulties of being Head Boy, and the loneliness devastating the seventh year class.
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