Summary: Orphans or abused witches and wizards are sent to a wizarding children's home and unable to be adopted or fostered out in order to keep them safe. Severus Snape spent some time in one, and now Harry Potter arrives. Is this home as good as it should be for The Boy Who Lived? Snape is a frequent visitor or worker at the home..
Summary: Remember in Snape's memories, when Dumbledore says "Sometimes I think we sort too soon."? What if Dumbledore had acted on this and decided that the sorting ceremony would be mandatory every year (for all classes)? The plan is to accommodate changes in character, lessen house rivalry and give heads of house the chance to bond with different children and possible aid them in a way a colleague could not.
Summary: Snape is a werewolf. Harry finds out.
Summary: Harry and the gang are re-doing their 7th year at Hogwarts since they hadn't been there while they had been in hiding from Voldemort and subsequently defeating said Dark Lord. It's been 6 months since the defeat of Lord Voldemort and the Wizarding World is slowly rebuilding what it had lost, but there is a new threat coming their way and they may need to bring back the recently departed Lord Voldemort to help them defeat this new enemy. It bears a striking similarity to how the Death Eaters travelled with black smoke, but this evil - this darkness, has even what remains of the Death Eaters running for their lives. Not even Harry will be able to fight this one alone, for everyone has darkness hidden inside them; it is what makes you envious, what makes you hate and what makes you angry. It is that darkness made real, and as long as darkness lingers within everyone it will be difficult to defeat.
Summary: What really happens behind the doors of Number Four Privet Drive? Young Harry is being abused but by whom? Is it really Vernon the robust drill designer? or is it Petunia who has a sharp look and word for everyone including her husband?
Summary: Write a Wingfic. Either someone (Harry or Severus), or everyone, has wings. Ideas: -AU where everyone has wings. -Some wizards have wings, some don't, and no one knows exactly why. Muggles can't see them, but squibs can. -Harry suddenly grows wings, whether through magical inheritance or for some other reason. At first he resents them, thinking that they are just another thing that makes him a freak, but he learns to love them. -Severus just knew that Harry was going to be just like his father. Seeing Harry's wings changed his opinion dramatically. Things to think about: -What do a person's wings say about their life and personality? -If everyone has wings, then what about brooms? -Don't limit yourself to birds - there are also bats and insects.
Summary: Set after POA, but before GOF...in which Lupin becomes foster father to four boys: Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy, de-aged Sirius Black and de-aged Severus Snape.
Summary: "Sometimes to help someone, you have to walk away and let them hit rock bottom." (Unknown)
Summary: Harry is so hungry for positive attention that he'll do anything for the approval of his teachers and peers. What will Snape do when he notices first-year Harry's unhealthy relationships with the people of Hogwarts and the Dursley’s? Required: Harry must do everything in his power to hide the abuse of his peers and family. Harry must be overly conscious about what people think of him. (If you choose, this can be a lifelong struggle…or Snape can help him to heal completely, your choice.) Brownie Points: If you include this scene: Snape makes multiple jabs at Harry’s unruly hair. Harry comes into class one day with his hair slicked back with too much gel in an attempt to get Snape to like him more. Snape only sneers and makes hurtful comments about the boy’s incompetence.
What if Harry had been older when his parents were murdered? by LaPapillonne [Report This]
Summary: It struck me that Harry would have had a very different kind of life if he had been old enough to remember his parents, magic, the wizarding world. And it would have been a very different world if Voldemort had been allowed to continue his quest for power for several years longer than in canon.
So, how do you think Harry would be different if he had lived with his parents until he was 7 or 8 (or so)? -Would he have befriended other canon characters?
-What role does Sirius play in his life?
-Does Sirius still get sent to Azkaban?
-If so, how is Harry impacted?
-How would the wizarding world be different?
-How would Snape be different after spying for so many years?
-How would Snape have changed with Lily alive?
-Did Snape and Lily make up, or does Harry meet him at Hogwarts?
-How would that dynamic influence their relationship?
Of course those questions don't all need to be answered, but I think that such a change prompts very interesting questions.
Severus Snape was wandering the hallways looking for wayward students out of bed. He heard voices from around a corner and just as he was about to bust the rule braking students he hears something unexpected come from Ron's mouth.
"You need to go to a teacher and tell them what has been going on at the Durley's."
When he peeked around the corner he saw a prone boy that couldn't be Harry Potter sitting in a window sill with his knees pulled to his chest and tears streaking down his cheeks.
Takes place either first, second or third year. No evil Dumbledore, but Severus Snape's heart begins to melt.
Summary: Lily stole something very important from Severus Snape and Bellatrix LeStrange. Something very precious. Now that the Dark Lord is back, they are determined to take back what is theirs.
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