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    Rating
    15+
    Chapters
    4
    Words
    13,438
    Characters
    Cedric, OC, OtherCanon
    Primary Relationship
    Secondary Relationship(s)
    Genre(s)
    Fluff, Humor, Young Adult
    Era
    Hogwarts
    Advisory
    Mild violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature
    Story Reviews
    24
    Status
    Work In Progress (WIP)
    First Published
    2007-08-05 7:56am
    Last Chapter
    2015-02-06 8:44pm
    Last Updated
    2015-02-06 8:44pm

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    Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
    1 Welcome to the Sisterhood

    The Sisterhood accepts a rather reluctant Hufflepuff into their exclusive and private society. Introductions are made and doubts are raised.

    1,453 15
    2 Deceiving the Goblet of Fire

    The 'Sisterhood' carries out a plan that will ensure his entry into the Triwizard Tournament. However, an unexpected development enters itself into the equation.

    3,826 6
    3 A Hitch in the Plan

    Harry Potter's inclusion into the Tournament brings morale down. Fortunately, that's what inspirational monologues are for!

    3,759 3
    4 Please Baby, Don't Burn!

    Moral of the story: Always listen to the Hogwarts Motto

    4,400 0

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