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Viridian posted a comment on Thursday 16th October 2008 9:08am for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Friend-fire. Heheheheheh... Awful pun, great twist!

misterq posted a comment on Thursday 16th October 2008 3:29am for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Awesome! I got several in and people seemed to like them! Thank you all!

So here's one for next time (maybe):

In the middle of a small peaceful wizarding park stood what appeared to be a very lifelike statue mostly covered in pigeon droppings. Who the nameless Dark Lord with reptilian features was or when he lived was not written on the pedestal. And indeed, most people would first glance toward the small time turner perpetually shattering while hovering in midair about two feet from the arrogant figure, attached to the Dark Lord's wand only by a glowing yellow colored spell.

If the casual passerby's eyes happen to glance down to the lone inscription carved into the worn marble placard, they would read 'Beware: Horrible things can happen to wizards that mess around with time travel'.

Crys replied:

Thanks.    Scene added to the file.

JP posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 11:49pm for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Glorious - particularly loved the bookworm one and the massive,-flying,-three-headed,-teleporting,-poisonous,-fire-breathing,-feathered-serpent-with-eye-beams-that-could-also-cast-magic one. Absolute class. wombat

morriganscrow posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 11:12pm for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Good Lord! Those were FABULOUS!
I loved the Bookworm in particular, but all of them made me laugh.

Ben Russell-Gough posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 9:40pm for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Hillarious, all of them. I particularly enjoyed Voldie's death by cat fur and Incident of the Transfigured Rhino. XD

It is always a treat seeing new alerts from your archive, Crys.

Amamama posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 6:33pm for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

*sniggers* Oh, if only... Heh. Fun.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 10:26am for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

Commenting on Eric's idea, perhaps he goofs and ends up way too close to a white hole? Or, for a really explosive time, right between a white hole and a black hole as they come together (see Alan Dean Foster's "The End of the Matter" for a good description of what happens).

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 10:24am for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

All good fun ends; I particularly liked #'s 358, 359, 360, & 397 but they all nicely tickled my funny bone. Just a thought, what would've happened at the end of the Tournament if Merope Gaunt and Tom Riddle *wasn't* the father of her son? How would that have affected the Ressurrection Ritual? It almost certainly wouldn't have worked properly and I can see a dying Voldemort thinking, "Oh, mom!" or something equally disappointed in her.

Crys replied:

Thanks.   Bunny added to the file.

Eric Oppen posted a comment on Wednesday 15th October 2008 6:38am for Three Hundred and Fifty-One to Four Hundred

How about one where Voldie makes a mistake Apparating---and ends up on the event horizon of a black hole?