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      March Bulletin   03/01/2018

      March's bulletin is up! You can find our monthly awards, some special announcements, a little more information about our upcoming events, and more +here!


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About maraudertimes

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  1. Forum Issues/Bugs

    I've been having that problem too! To go around it, click on Quick Reply, to minimize it, and then try to Quote again!
  2. Presenting... the HPFT archives!

    It looks great!!! There are a few kinks *cough cough* no Molly Weasley II *cough cough*, but for a Beta round of opening, I think it's stellar and above and beyond everything I could want and imagine!!! <3 You guys did such a great job and this is so amazing!
  3. Tag Requests

    Also, I found that there's a typo and there are two Molly Weasley I's and no Molly Weasley II's in the character section
  4. lllb Stepping Down

    Thank you for everything Sarah! I hope real life calms down a bit! <3
  5. House Pride Alphabet Game

    Dean Thomas!
  6. Double, double, toil and trouble...

    Wooo! So excited! I'm so happy and grateful that you staffers worked so hard on this! <3 I'm sure it's gonna be amazing!!!
  7. New Staff and Prefects!

    Ah!!! I'm so excited! And congrats to everyone else, you totally deserve your positions!
  8. 50 Books Reading Challenge

    Lol, I'm not gonna finish for sure. But I also know this isn't complete so I might come back later and fill in some stories I forgot that I read this year... READ 1. Wither by Lauren DeStefano 2. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard 3. Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard 4. Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake 5. The Crown by Kiera Cass READING/TO READ 1. The Pledge by Kimberly Derting 2. Fever by Lauren DeStefano 3. The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead 4. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling (I know, I know, I still haven't read it...)
  9. House Pride Alphabet Game

    Oliver Wood
  10. House Pride Alphabet Game

    (yes you are ) George Weasley!
  11. House Pride Alphabet Game

    Awesome! Eloise Midgen!
  12. House Pride Alphabet Game

    Colin Creevey! (I'm not sure if this has been done yet...)
  13. Rumpelstiltskin Stepping Down

    THANK YOU RUMPEL FOR EVERYTHING YOU'VE DONE!! I can still remember you being one of the first people I felt comfortable talking to on HPFF, and although you'll no longer be staff, I'm sure you'll continue to be amazing and wonderful and the same beautiful person who helped a newbie find their way around to everyone else who comes across HPFT!!! <3
  14. Order of Merlin: September 2016

    CONGRATULATIONS RUMPEL! You definitely deserve it!
  15. [POLL] Archive Rating and Review Feedback

    Okay, in terms of Pros and Cons, I think the Cons that are brought up are mostly about authors getting their feelings hurt. I feel like with likes/dislikes that would happen as well, but I do agree with the fact that taking dislikes out of the equation would work best. I think that to get around the fact that people will get hurt, having only likes could contribute to the Rotten Tomatoes/Goodreads type rating system, if we can still see the likes and sort stories by the amount of likes the stories have. But, at the end of the day, anything that isn't just reviews is going to hurt someone. Whether it's because you aren't getting likes, or the ratings are lower, anything that isn't exclusively reviews is going to end up causing someone to get hurt. I personally think that if ratings or dislikes/likes are tied to reviews, anyone flaming stories can easily be dealt with. So, if dislikes can't be taken away, I think that likes/dislikes should be tied to reviews, but otherwise, I think having likes on their own would be good. I also chose likes/dislikes because when I was starting in fanfiction, I didn't review, but I wished that I could somehow tell the author that I enjoyed their work. The like system could do that and further benefit the author because they know that their story is being read and enjoyed, by those who won't typically leave reviews.