Zacharias Smith

Other Results: 2 Series


Logarithmic New! by val

Rated: Mature Audiences • 119 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story

She was more than a pimply intellectual.
He was more than a Quidditch-crazed playboy.

She was worth looking at. He was worth listening to.

An Eloise Midgeon / Cormac McLaggen story.

gorgeous banner by decoded. @TDA

To Lead An Army by crestwood

Rated: Mature Audiences • 23 Reviews starstarstarstarstar



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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Paper Faces by nott theodore

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story

'Appearances are everything, Daphne.'


In a world ruled by shadows and fear, Daphne Greengrass crafts herself the mask she needs to survive.


(Third place in MadiMalfoy's Broadway Musical Song Challenge; also written for FineFrenzy_'s The Slytherin-Centric Challenge)

bring your curses home by facingthenorthwind

Rated: Mature Audiences • 28 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

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Anthony Goldstein, Ministry Prosecutor, has to prosecute a case involving neo-Death Eaters and the Imperius Curse ten years after the war ends. There's something more to it, though, and he can't get the Auror division to investigate -- so he's going to have to take it into his own hands.


A story about Jewish law, Wizarding law and moral law.

methods of communication by facingthenorthwind

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews

Neville Longbottom and Zacharias Smith have to team up to save Anthony Goldstein from himself. 


There are absolutely no feelings involved. Really.

Year of the snake by melian

Rated: Mature Audiences • 36 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story

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Neville Longbottom knew before he left for his seventh year at Hogwarts that things were going to be different. He just didn't realise quite how different that would be.


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not in the hands of boys, but in their eyes by facingthenorthwind

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews

The war has taught Neville many things: the efficacy of different healing potions; the sensation of being both yourself and not yourself as you torture a fellow student under imperius, floating in the liminal space between the two; the time it takes between hearing a twelve-year-old scream and finding them cornered next to a tapestry, like the space between a thunderclap and lightning. The war has taught Neville many things, and though he would like to credit the war with his awareness, wherever he is in a room, of Anthony Goldstein, he's more self-aware than that.

The Art of Surviving by esmeraude

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews

When survival comes at a cost, the safest place to hide is behind enemy lines.
Once a tight-knit group of friends, ten Hufflepuffs are now divided
by the Dark Lord's rise to power and the mortal peril they face.

Like a stick of Blackpool rock, loyalty is at their very core –
until treachery becomes the price for staying alive.

~a collection of one-shots~

Counterjinx by TreacleTart

Rated: All Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Harry & The DA

Lovely banner by victus. @ TDA!

Written for DaaOne's A to Z Challenge

"Jumping jarveys!," Ernie MacMillan shouted as  Colin's counterjinx sailed through the air and crashed into Harry. Silence followed as he flew through the air.    


The Way Out of the Maze by Felpata_Lupin

Rated: Mature Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star

Ariadne Smith was lost. But her brother was there to save her.

First place in LadyL8's Write Together Challenge. Companion piece to 'Shine' by StellaBlue.

*** And because Kristin (StellaBlue) is awesome, she made the beautiful banner up there for me! ***

Shine by Stella Blue

Rated: Teen Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Stunning banner by the talented Tanya (WriteYourHeartOut)

No-one saw Zacharias Smith as anything but a coward when he deserted Hogwarts during the battle, but he did have reasons, and they weren't entirely selfish.

First place in LadyL8’s Write Together Challenge (Companion piece to 'The Way Out of the Maze' by Felpata Lupin)