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Roses in Ash by Aphoride

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Fifty years after the fall of Grindelwald, old scars and wounds linger, as do the ideologies which caused them - some plan to use them to their own ends, no matter the collateral damage.

 

Six years later, the Second War against Voldemort has been over for a year, the wounds scabbing over, and Hermione Granger is determined to force change.

 

Viktor Krum is struggling to remember quite what hope is; that change does come, if slowly. There is poison in the past, but healing is possible.


What We Become by Rumpelstiltskin

Rated: Mature Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar Past Featured Story
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incredible banner by BrokenButterfly @TDA

 

Leaving Hogwarts to leap into the cesspool of adulthood is hard. Leaving Hogwarts to leap into the cesspool of adulthood in the wake of a life-altering war and falling in love with a Death Eater is even harder.


When Spring Doesn't Return by Rumpelstiltskin

Rated: Teen Audiences • 1 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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An overlook at Karkaroff and Grace's developing relationship as represented by the seasons. 

 

*For StarFeather's Tanka Style Romance Poetry Challenge


Astoundingly Ordinary by Rumpelstiltskin

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beautiful banner by milominderbinder @TDA

Character Vignette: Igor Karkaroff

It's about finding light in the darkness, if by obscure means. Igor Karkaroff x OC


The Skull Beneath the Skin by esmeraude

Rated: Mature Audiences • 11 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
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Beautiful banner by Elenia @ TDA!

 

 

Fifth year’s barely over, but the future is all everyone wants to talk about. Regulus is determined to outshine his brother. Walden’s planning a marriage that’ll never happen. Tibs wants to be a politician. Becoming the next Bellatrix Lestrange is my goal, and the only one that seems achievable. Yet with the Death Eaters falling like flies, the future looks bleaker than ever.

In five years’ time, we’re all going to be dead.