Lupin, James, Sirius, Pettigrew
Drama, Romance, Young Adult
Strong violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature
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2016-06-10 01:02:33
Last Published Chapters
2016-07-12 00:49:49
Last Updated
2016-07-12 00:49:49
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1 Second Year

"It is not unexpected that children fear monsters of the night. Therefore, it would not be unexpected for a child to feel much turmoil if, every so often, they unwillingly transformed into one themselves. This was the unfortunate fate of young Remus Lupin."

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2 Third Year

Remus POV

I felt far too wretched to go to class that day. When I'd woken at dawn, I was laying naked in the snow. My body ached from the transformation and I was wracked with chills. By the time I made it to the third year boys' dorm, it was all I could do just to fall onto my four-poster.

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3 Fourth Year

The Great Hall was especially boisterous that evening. Earlier in the day, the next Hogsmede trip had been announced. It would be in two weeks- the day after Valentine's Day. While many talked excitedly, at the Gryffindor table, two fourth year boys only contributed their groans.

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4 Fifth Year

James POV

It had taken the better part of three years to research and achieve becoming Animagi, but there we were, ready to spend our first full moon ever with Remus. We slipped from the castle carefully avoiding any rogue wanderers.

1958 1
5 1981

Remus POV

On the darkened streets below, few people wandered with cautious gaiety to or from their Hallowe'en gatherings. I envied those who, even in the thickness of the war, were making efforts to come together for something good. I did not have such luxuries and on this night, I had nothing to celebrate.


"Remus! Remus, wake up! Something's happened!"


He didn't need pity. He needed for this not to have happened.


2046 1
6 Seventh Year

Sirius POV

Prongs, Wormtail, and I herded Moony back to the shack after a night of prowling the moonlit grounds. As always, we'd been instructed to leave him there just before sunrise. On this morning, however, I just couldn't bring myself to go.

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