When a teacher's secret is revealed, a campaign begins to have them removed from Hogwarts. But how much support does the campaign have within Hogwarts and what lengths are the campaigners willing to go to?
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This story is a sequel to, and contains spoilers for, The Writing on the Wall.
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The battle was over. The victors woke into a new dawn, a new era had been born. They were free to live, free to find happiness, free to love. But a cloud drew across their world almost unnoticed, a darkness gathered strength. A new plot conceived. Vengeance approached. Harry must face a new battle, a war for his very being. A story of the 14 months after the battle of Hogwarts.
In his seventh year, Neville isn’t worried about grades or making friends. That Hogwarts is gone. The only important thing now is survival.
One way or another, he’s going to find out what it takes to lead an army.
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Rebuilding the castle feels like an impossible task, but they're teachers — what's one more impossible task?
This story reprises an actual event that occurred early in the morning of 15 January 1968. I have taken the liberty of moving the date to 25 December 1967 to coincide with Arthur Weasley's last Christmas at Hogwarts, a date that he will never forget.
The Hogwarts teachers are facing the first school year after the Battle of Hogwarts. How can they help the students and the whole community heal? What will it take to feel as if the world is back to normal?
Harry and Ginny quickly reunite at the end of the war. However, due to the pain and grief of their losses, their family fail to recognise the love shared and growing between them. Based on SBMcNeil's "Happy Birthday, Ginny!"
Something strange is going on at Hogwarts. Students are meeting in the corridors.
Professors are arguing. And Filius won't stop asking Remus if he owes someone money.
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When Albus Potter and Rose Weasley begin their first year at Hogwarts, they're targeted by what seem like malicious practical jokes involving the name of the Dark Lord. Even after nineteen years, who would joke about a man who caused so many deaths? The magical world must once again face the issues which still exist and may again prove divisive.
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