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Charlie Weasley: Dragon Whisperer by juls

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews

Given a task, Charlie is soon off into a new world where new dragons abound.


Written for Tanda's Dragon Story Challenge.


Crossover of the Harry Potter Universe and How to Train Your Dragon.

end of the world, after all by crestwood

Rated: Mature Audiences • 10 Reviews starstarstarstarstar


On a world soon to collapse, there is a party.

A New Flavor of Ice Cream-Florean Fortescue by potionspartner

Rated: Teen Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarhalf-star

Here are the stories of New Beginning for the residents of Diagon Alley. All of them picking up the pieces. All of them given a second chance, but new beginnings means very different things to different people. Read on to see what this opportunity means to each of them and how they decide to use it.


For the The Great Collaboration: New Beginnings Challenge.


This is the 1st of four of the New Beginnings of Diagon Alley series.

An Instruction Manual for the End of the World by dropbear

Rated: Mature Audiences • 0 Reviews

When you first see the news reports, believe them. It is not April Fools’ Day. It is not Halloween. There is nothing printed in the small square on your calendar that represents these twenty-four hours. The priest opening mass two blocks away as you watch television is wearing green vestments for Ordinary Time. So when you see the news reports, believe them, and leave. You will not get another chance. This is not a drill.

dead weight by dropbear

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews

eugene woods, not dying.

Six and Out by dropbear

Rated: All Audiences • 0 Reviews

Eugene doesn't understand how a nation could be so enthralled with a sport in which men in ridiculously white clothing stand around doing nothing for absurdly long periods of time. Jack corrects him, with the assistance of what seems like every child in Abel under ten.

Beyond the Veil and into the River of Death by pookha

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstar

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The necromancer George Krupp has been summoned to the Department ofMysteries to examine the archway in the Death Chamber. Apparently, it's leaking. When he travels beyond the Veil, it's not at all what he expects.

An Old Kingdom crossover.

Warning: This will have extensive spoilers for my story 'Bodies at Rest'.

Pride and Scorpius by Oldershouldknowbetter

Rated: Mature Audiences • 18 Reviews starstarstarstar

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a young witch in possession of prodigious talent, must be in want of a rival.


See what happens when a Rose full of pride (and not a little prejudice) meets a Scorpius full of neither.



Like P&P the romance will eventually come, but Rose has to fall in hate with Scorpius long before she finds out how much he really means to her.



*sigh* because it is a thing now, I have to say that this was started before the Cursed Child came out, and as such is probably non-compliant with it. *even deeper sigh*


Dudley and Lavender: A Love Story by pookha

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Incredible Banner by Marauder by Night from eHPF

Sometimes you find your soulmate in an unexpected place.

The Interventionist Society by sapphicsunrise

Rated: Mature Audiences • 2 Reviews

In August 1914, the International Confederation of Wizards made the unanimous decision to ban magical involvement in Muggle wars.

But, as any idealistic student will tell you, some rules are made to be broken.

for nott theodore's historical headcanons challenge

We, The Famously Forgettable by pointlessproclamations

Rated: Mature Audiences • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar


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A Farcical, Turbulent Wallowing about a Facetious Faction of Separatists. An iconoclastic conglomerate of nonconformists. A story of social relations as written by an unsocial introvert. . . this should go spiffingly.


Wheels by BlackPixie

Rated: Teen Audiences • 2 Reviews

These wheels are with me forever and ever.