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Cassandra30 posted a comment on Monday 6th June 2011 6:30pm for 28 - A Day of Training

What a wonderful day. I like the Reagent Table. Harry should send this to his friends.

noylj posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 4:17pm for 28 - A Day of Training

I wish my wife had EVER teased me like that...

dougal74 posted a comment on Tuesday 3rd June 2008 9:01am for 28 - A Day of Training

good chapter

Zane Wyrick posted a comment on Monday 2nd July 2007 12:16pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Classy.

Aberbadger posted a comment on Tuesday 19th September 2006 10:58am for 28 - A Day of Training

Actually, if you think about it, Tonks COULD grow more than an inch or so...
You said in an earlier chapter that Tonks messed around with the cartilage to change her features... If she greatly increased the amount of cartilage between the joints, hardening the bone-ends but keeping the middle soft and pliable she would essentially be adding length to the bone, wouldn't she...

Crys replied:

I think I see what you're saying, but wouldn't that also compromise the control/stability/comfort of the joint?

Either way, I'm trying to build some limitations into the morphing ability.

Good thought, though.  Thanks for the thought.

Faith1 posted a comment on Saturday 18th March 2006 5:07pm for 28 - A Day of Training

AWWWWWWWWW!!! *sappy face*

Aurilia posted a comment on Tuesday 28th February 2006 9:39pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Aw... How sweet. Did he come up with that one on his own?

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Monday 13th February 2006 1:43pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Ch. - - Romantic Harry - it's not impossible, just surprising.

The different types of magic is fascinating.

atlantis-rob posted a comment on Saturday 11th February 2006 12:03pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Awww! The end part was just so cute! The metamorph training discussion was excellent and I liked your points for what is and isn't possible and that harry isn't just zipping along with this like its casting i dunno, anything easy. Great job on the potions bit and harry's opinions on snape with everyone else! Cheers!

Jarvey posted a comment on Tuesday 7th February 2006 6:55pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Hey, glad to see that you're still updating... keep up the good work.

DarQuing posted a comment on Monday 6th February 2006 3:42pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Very well written. I personally favor H/G, but all writers are different. :)

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Monday 6th February 2006 12:41pm for 28 - A Day of Training

Very good.

gunny

patrik svensson posted a comment on Monday 6th February 2006 2:14am for 28 - A Day of Training

Great story,
keep up the good work.

Opinions are like assholes.
Everyone has one - but some just smell worse than others.

brad posted a comment on Saturday 4th February 2006 10:46pm for 28 - A Day of Training

The possibility of growing a second brain was interesting, or other things with the nervous system. Eyes in the back of the head, 'battle computer' secondary cerebrums, etc. Much more realistic to keep it limited, I agree (having read what you've said in your group), keeping it restrained to what we've seen in canon.

More and more I appreciate these days that Snape is a complete and utter bastard - particularly realising that, given his legilimency, he would have known that Harry was innocent of being a 'glory hound' and spoilt, etcetera, from day one - but it's hard to believe that there were absolutely no fetters on him at all! I mean, wouldn't a teacher with only a 25% success rate - where only one quarter of his classes were learning things - eventually be reprimanded or evaluated? Maybe it's only the muggle-raised who would have had problems, and I guess they're a small enough percentage for him to get away with it.

Pleather Boots posted a comment on Saturday 4th February 2006 6:25pm for 28 - A Day of Training

I loved this! Of course I had to take a study break to read it! Ah well, knowing it will be there the day after doesn't really cross my mind :) especially since half of my concentration would be on the story. Nope, got to read it all, LOL. Magnifico!

Merle Corey posted a comment on Saturday 4th February 2006 4:34pm for 28 - A Day of Training

The glimpses into Harry's training are interesting. I am a fan of super!Harry, but enjoy the somewhat slower progression that you are using here. Great stuff!

Patches posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 6:42pm for 28 - A Day of Training

This is a good chapter. I like the interaction with Harry and the different characters. Keep up the good work. I appreciate your efforts with all the other things you are doing. Very clever about who was who at the ball. Thank you for writing.

kittykatluver posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 5:50am for 28 - A Day of Training

Hm, I like it. Not very exciting, but still...kinda romantic! Good job!

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Thursday 2nd February 2006 4:08am for 28 - A Day of Training

Interesting chapter. It starts with Frustrated!Harry (over feeling helpless about the DE attacks) but ends with Romantic!Harry (the Moonlight Dinner) with Training!Harry (metamorph and wandless/silent casting) in the middle. We still don't have Andy's report from the ICW meeting. I only got three of the four (I missed on Merlin; I expected that Hedwig was the owl, as Merlin's owl was also a snowy). Is Remus' owl a snowy also? And we also don't know what Remus named his owl.

Crys replied:

We haven't heard anything from the International Confederation of Wizards meeting simply because there's nothing of interest to report. Unless you all WANT to hear about the trade dispute between Russia and Japan's wizarding populations.

Archimedes (at least the historical one) was a snowy? I think I kept from describing the one in the chapter.

Remus's isn't a snowy, nor has he named it.

Jason Karr posted a comment on Wednesday 1st February 2006 8:05pm for 28 - A Day of Training

how many wifes is harry going to have. and if more then one why not Tonks Hermione and ginny