Bilbo Baggins had expected to see many things when he entered Erebor for the first time. He had expected the stone halls and the piles of gold though there was quite a bit more of that than he had imagined. He had wondered if he would find a live dragon asleep in the treasury or if, perhaps, he would find a dragon long dead and rotting away.
What he did not think he would see and was rather confused when he did; was a giant stone statue of a dragon in mid-attack. The hobbit looked up at the statue and gulped. Was this the actual size of the dragon he was supposed to creep past?
Had Smaug somehow carved a statue of himself? Where was Smaug? A pile of gold and gems near the middle of the treasury moved and Bilbo froze, he could see scales through the cascading treasure as the monster shifted. It seemed as though one of his questions had been answered.
Smaug was alive and buried in treasure not that far away from Bilbo. Right, Bilbo thought, don't wake the dragon and find a white gem in the midst of all the other gems.
No problem. With that, he started moving about as quietly as he could, sifting through the many sparkling gems and trying to find a 'big, white gem'. There were many white gems in the treasure hall of Erebor, Bilbo found, but he didn't think any of the ones he had inspected were the Arkenstone. What use was 'big and white' as a description when he was in a giant treasure hall?
And he mustn't forget that he'd 'know it when he saw it'. Dwarves, one of the most unhelpful races in the whole of Middle Earth. As Bilbo moved to the next pile, he realised that the treasure hall was no longer silent. There was a faint rhythmic booming coming from the pile he had just started to climb.
Please consider turning it on! Remember Me. Eleven years after the Addams family took in young Harry Potter now Harry AddamsHarry is discovering who he is at Hogwarts as the first year ends and second begins. With the new year comes new challenges, dangers and even a bit of romance thrown into the mix.
Living with the basilisk is going to take some adjusting, like learning to navigate hidden tunnels, keep himself secret, and figure out how to use magic easier said than done. The castle and forest are full of dangers, and as Harry tries to fit into a world of elves, ghosts, and talking portraits, he'll find out if he's up to the challenge.
After living in Narnia for several years, Harry and Helena have returned to England as children and have to start their second year at Hogwarts. They have to dodge Dumbledore and his cronies once again, this time including Ginny Weasley, who is convinced that she's going to be Harry's wife one day.
The voices Harry heard, those no one else could, were the only ones that spoke kindly to him growing up. They had spread their whispers across the world to rescue him and at last, found a way- by creating a queen of serpents.
The birth of the amber-eyed empress triggers a permanent change in Harry's life, as he enters a world of magic that seeks to either protect or destroy him. When Dumbledore first dumped baby Harry on the Dursleys' doorstep, Harry was taken and then raised by the hag, Cora Coldfire. Cora does not have the same magic as a wizard, so she could not train him to use it herself. She had to send him to Hogwarts, where he was sorted into Slytherin.
There, he became good friends with Draco Malfoy, Theodore Nott and all the Slytherin girls in his year - Sharp tongued Pansy, prissy Daphne, tomboy Millie, super-smart self-dramatizing Tracy and warm-hearted aspiring Dark Healer Sadie. Now it is Harry's second year at Hogwarts. Why is Harry hearing sinister voices that no one else can, and who is the mysterious Heir of Slytherin?
Sarah needs help. She needs to learn how to become an animagus and needs to do it fast, before it's too late. Rowan wants to reconcile with his sister, before he loses her forever. Hannah knows something is wrong with Hogwarts, something is different.
Something is stirring. Griffin unearths a terrible secret, one he must keep at all costs. Severus Snape is a relatively new professor at Hogwarts, not knowing what he need to do in preparation to fill his duty 'keep watch the dreadful son of his hateful enemy and already died childhood friend.
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After the graveyard battle Harry gets transported to a strange island that holds carnivorous beasts as he soon finds out that he is not on the top of the food chain. Only equipped with his wand, Harry must figure out how he keeps getting transported back and forth from the strange island, and Hogwarts. His only clue? Whispers from the creatures about his scar. Will he choose to talk to the bloodthirsty animals, or will he get answers elsewhere?
Crowley's antics open up a whole new world for him and Aziraphale, causing them to cross paths with various Hogwarts students and others from the wizarding world in a series of mostly stand-alone but slightly interconnected chapters. Freeing the basilisk's eggs is Harry's priority, but other forces are pulling on the threads of his life: the nonhuman nations in the forest and under the lake, his promise to the elves, and a prophesied starchild, just to name a few.
Fortunately, old and new friends will be there with him. Featuring wands, dreams, death quests, and deep magic.
You'd think after the drama at the end of first year, Harry would be able to finally catch a break. But nope, too much to ask for. Harry suffers through a miserable time with his "family", and the Weasleys seem all too perceptive.
Harry's secrets begin to come out and he must deal with the public's rapidly changing opinion, the starving basilisk hidden in the pipes of Hogwarts, an annoying house elf, politics within Slytherin, and, later, Sirius Black's escape from Azkaban.
At least he's got the Weasleys and the rest of his friends to help him, as well as Hagrid's newest pet- a surprisingly friendly Grim- to hang out with. A series of unrelated drabbles and oneshots inspired by prompts given in various competitions on fanfiction. The Prophecy has been told. The Wizarding World started to pull up their hope, the hope of defeating the darkest and the scariest Dark Lord: Lord Voldermort. However, they had made a grave mistake, one which will lead them to their downfall.
And with it, their true savior will fall to the Dark Lord's embrace. Riddle's diary intended to kill Harry Potter, but when they come face to face, he gets some other ideas.
After interacting with an artifact during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries Harry discovers a different Prophecy on his life dealing with his parents and the Triad of Magic. The Boy Who Lived has finally joined Hogwarts this year! What's more, his beloved basilisk had met a new friend!
Harry was left on his Aunt's door step after his parents were killed. Dumbledore just didn't take into account the fact his mother wasn't exactly human, or the fact that she would wake up only minutes after Harry was taken from the house they made a home in. In the Chamber of Secrets, Harry was too late to save Ginny.Story Story Writer Forum Community. Focus: Books Harry Potter, Since: All the fics in here are strictly creature!
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And shouldn't Madame Pomfrey been able to detect this and stop it while he'd been in the hospital wing? Because seriously? This thing right here? It had to have been something to do with the Basilisk having bitten him. A whole new spin on the Snake! Harry Genre with some Ancestor! Unfamiliar Familiar by Eihwaz Ehwaz reviews Everyone knows that the wand chooses the wizard but fewer are aware that familiars can choose their wizard as well.
How will Severus Snape react when he is chosen by a bird of an unusual breed? Rated T for potential swearing. Death Flies a Broken Path by Centrau guardian reviews It was quite an unusual moment for Harry to find out he was a dragon; just seconds after he'd crashed into the ground to his not-quite demise.
But Death has a strange need to listen to its Master in ways no one could predict. The Harbinger's Song by Leila Secret-Smith reviews Harry prayed for a family that would love him exactly once in his childhood; he thought his prayer went unanswered.
After the death of the Dark Lord and several weeks of cryptic dreams, he discovers the truth and is presented with a choice over fourteen years in the making. His soul will heal in time; his destiny is his to write.
Oh my Jashin-sama! However, he didn't expect to loose his emotions, and he certainly didn't imagine an adventure quite like this. Who the hell is this albino man, and why is he calling Harry 'Jashin-sama? Serpentine by Zephyr5 reviews Challenge Response: Harry is abandoned aged four. A magical serpent takes him in and brings him up. He grows up only understanding Parseltongue, wanting to be a real snake, and disliking human beings.For two years now he had been trying to figure out how to fix his life, how to go back in time and stop everything from happening.
It had all changed when he started to actively go after Voldemort. His friends had been reclusive, unwilling to talk to him. They had never believed him when he had said that he had no part in any of the Death Eater raids. Everyone shunned him, no one willing to even think for a second that he was innocent, everyone but Hermione.
So he had gone on to hunting his horcruxes. Plain and Simple. He had barely managed to convince Hermione to go with him. He knew that she would die fighting for him. She just didn't know where to start. Of course he knew he was acting rashly. They had no leads, no hints, no help but themselves. Ronald Weasley had stopped being his friend in second year, afraid of being shunned because of hanging out with a Parseltongue.
So they had hunted, searching every possible lead, leaving no stone unturned. It was during this that Hermione had been killed. He hated thinking about it, knowing he could have saved her, if he had been just a bit faster, just been a little bit stronger.
Looking back he knew it wasn't healthy, but he had while hunting the horcruxes, thrown himself into training. Everyday when he had no clue where to begin hunting, he'd train nonstop, physically, mentally, and magically. It was while training that he remembered about becoming an Animagus. When he had finally killed Voldemort at the Great Battle of Hogwarts, everyone had started coming up to him and apologizing for their past behavior.
But he didn't care. He didn't need anyone else but Hermione. He knew he was being rash, selfish even but he didn't for the life of him, care. A year later, he had gotten an owl from Gringotts. Seeing as how he had just turned 18, they had said it was time for him to ascend into Lord Potter.
So he had gone the next day, and he left feeling incredibly shocked and happy. His trust vault had merged with his main vault seeing as how he was no longer in school. The Potters, while an old family, weren't the richest, or even in the top 5. Accumulated all together, he was worth 10, galleons. When he had inquired as to how they had managed to accumulate that amount of money, Griphook had told him that "Linfred Potter was a vague and absent-minded fellow whose Muggle neighbours often called upon his medicinal services," Griphook explained.
It was these "medicinal services," including "Skele-gro" and "Pepper Potion," that were the beginnings of the Potter family fortune.A quick warning to those who are going to read this. This is an insanely powerful Harry Potter, basically godlike.
I do plan on making this a series or somewhat of oneshots with different crossovers, that show Harry flexing a little more than what is shown in here. Also this Harry does not have a saving people thing, though it may seem that way in some of the stories I have planned, but it is mostly just him being a guy who said he was going to do something. The tension was high as the two opposing forces stared at one another, their weapons at the ready for them to do battle with each other, for them to kill one another.
It was to be the utmost slaughter. That was the expected outcome from both sides. For what was the might of 2, when faced with the overwhelming force of 10, Even with the aid of the elves that were here to rebuild the alliances lost to the ages, there was little hope. For many of those due to face battle on the side of man were those of old age, young age, or other professions such as farmers and merchants.
Their opponents had not the weaknesses of the men, for all of their forces were bred for this by the White Hand of Saruman, whose goal it was to achieve the one ring fro himself to overthrow that of Sauron.
They had their armies, their Wargs, their siege towers and ladders. They had their catapults, and their arrow launchers, but also hidden in the midst of the sea of black that headed towards their fortress was the powder that had not been seen by many, developed by the keen mind of Saruman, gunpowder. So there they were, the Uruk-Hai on one side of a massive stone wall, built for the very purpose of surviving sieges, and on the other, possibly the last hope for both the race of man and the rest of the free people's of Middle Earth.
At the front of the Elven archers was Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli, all prepped for battle, standing on the wall ready to respond to the first sign of conflict.
Well, Aragon was ready to give orders to the Elves trusted in his command, Legolas was ready to let loose his arrows to cause death when they pierced the rusted and dirty Uruk-Hai armour, and Gimli, well he was ready to bury both his hatchets in Legolas' knee pit, to bring his ego down to his level.
Meanwhile among the infantry of Rohan, King Theoden stood at the top of the keep's battlements, to see all of his people, and give concrete orders that would help the survival of the Rohirrim. Also, within the caves stood Eowyn, who was running her wet stone over the blade of her sword, wishing well to her fellow people, and reassuring the crying wives, mothers and children that all would be well in the end.
Back outside, the two armies grew restless. The Uruk-Hai were smarter than their brethren, the Orcs, they knew the fundamentals of tactics, and were not going to rush in and overwhelm with numbers, for whilst they could do that, they would lose many in the process, and whilst they neither cared nor felt anything about the death of one of their own, it meant Saruman would have to breed even more, if he wished to take on the might of Sauron, thus they had to think.
Which was something they were not accustomed to doing. A few hundred miles away, Gandalf the White, felt a presence stir slightly, one which he had been warned about, one who had lived for a time that was both surprising and frightful, but had thought had long ago left the people to themselves. So with all haste he set off to gather the rest of the Rohirrim so they could head towards Helm's Deep. To aid in the battle, or to be reunited with a healed King was yet to be seen.
Then one lowly farmer, a man bred for the care of crops and livestock, not for holding a drawn bow for a long period of time, felt his strength falter.
And then his arrow, ready to help take out one of the many that threatened both his country and family, flew straight and true into the throat of one of the beasts, but unfortunately, straight and true it might of been, but premature it was also. Thunder boomed in the skies, rain slashed the faces of those without helms, the winds howled as they passed over the two armies, the Uruk-Hai roared the battle cries, Wargs snarled their hate, boots stomped upon the ground, weapon met shield,and then the Men of Rohan joined in on the noise, shouts were heard all across the settlements as the Men of Rohan retuned noise with noise.
For the drums of War were being played. But with all this noise, something that was unexpected happened. The ground shook and beings across the two forces trembled as the overwhelming presence of Death smothered them. The woman and children, hidden in the caves far from the battle cried out in fear and dread, the men shook with terror at the unknown force, whilst the Uruk-Hai whimpered.
Please consider turning it on! Remember Me. Work Search: tip: buffy gen teen AND "no archive warnings apply". Dumbledore made a mistake when he took the heir from a noble creature family and gave him to Lily and James Potter. He wanted to use the boy, and make him into the perfect weapon, but apparently obliviation doesn't work very well on Nagas.
What if Harry was not afraid of the Basilisk? Harry could be deeply disruptive without even trying - the Slytherins would never know what happened. Chamber of Secrets is so awesomely Freudian: A giant Snake?
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