Harry potter and ginny weasley dating fanfiction
Aberforth Dumbledore, Albus Dumbledore, Andromeda Tonks, Augusta Longbottom, Bellatrix Black-Lestrange, Bill Weasley, Cho Chang, Daphne Greengrass, Draco Malfoy, Fleur Delacour, Harry James Potter, Hermione Granger, Lord Voldemort, Luna Lovegood, Neville Longbottom, Padma Patil, Parvati Patil, Remus Lupin, Ronald Weasley, Sirius Black Abuse / Torture, Adult Themes, Beastiality, Character Death, Extreme Sexual Situations, Extreme violence, Femslash, Mild Sexual Situations, Mild Violence, Rape, Spoilers, Strong Language, Strong Violence, Suicide, Underage Sex After Voldemort's failed attempt at his life, one-year old Harry Potter and his twin sisters get teleported to an alternate world where Dumbledore was sorted into Hufflepuff and peacefully resolved his differences with Grindelwald.
"Harry Potter fandom" refers to the community of fans of the Harry Potter books and movies who participate in entertainment activities that revolve around the series, such as reading and writing fan fiction, creating and soliciting fan art, engaging in role-playing games, socializing on Harry Potter-based forums, and more.
In a world where Dumbledore and Grindelwald really created their "Greater Good", all mudbloods and halfblood females are slaves, and the boys are all killed.
Lord Harry Potter has some new slaves to break in, and a world to change for the better.
What follows is a year of unexpected challenges as much as trying to reign in the affectionate pestering of his ladies.
The plotting of Dumbledore grows quicker even as more contingencies are crafted, yet once safe options and operations become unsettled.
The first two films, directed by Chris Columbus, place more emphasis on plot than characterization, with most scenes being identical to their counterparts in the books, and are generally regarded as solid but workmanlike.
The entire series (which has taken a higher aggregate box-office gross than any other series in the same medium) spans eight movies; the seventh book, , for example).
As fandom is rather sharply divided over whether the earlier films directed by Columbus, or the character-driven films which followed, are better.
It basically comes down to personal opinion, whether one prefers complete fidelity, point-for-point with the books, or a more cinematic approach that cuts and embellishes as the directors see fit.
Riddle devotes himself to Voldemort's cause and the Dark Lord himself. But somehow, some way, they might just fall in love in the process. then I declare you bonded for life."It was just a glance between friends but it was enough.
Hermione turned and beamed at Harry; her eyes too were full of tears.". Enough to invoke a forgotten ritual, to bring back those thought gone forever, and to turn the Wizarding World on its head.