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In small town USA where no one bothers to keep magic a secret, Friday night Quidditch reigns supreme. For the Fort Mill Eagles, finally having a winning season means having to balance school, practice, and personal lives while keeping secrets no one wants to come out.
It's more than just a game.
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.
Off the Rails: To start behaving strangely, in a way that is not acceptable to society; to lose track of reality.
James' life is perfect. He plays Quidditch for the Falcons, an England future seems certain, and the female attention isn't to be scoffed at.
Then he hooks up with a Muggle.
"Remember when you jumped off the Quidditch hoops without a broom? That was a better idea than this."
Dobby Award Winner 2014 - Best Plot Twist
A staple of the Wizarding World- Chocolate Frogs.
Have you read them all?
A Collaboration by Hufflepuff House
A Farcical, Turbulent Wallowing about a Facetious Faction of Separatists. An iconoclastic conglomerate of nonconformists. A story of social relations as written by an unsocial introvert. . . this should go spiffingly.
Newly minted journalist Ginny Potter reluctantly reports on The National Gobstones Convention.
Written for the Game On Volume II Collab at HPFF
Zany banner by amoretti @ TDA!
Sirius wakes up in the hospital wing and can't remember how he got there.
James and Roxanne have a flexible interpretation of "don't break our brooms."
Luna Lovegood-Potter attends three weddings; her father Harry's, her school sweetheart's and then her own.
For FireOpal's 'Some Chicks Marry Chicks' Challenge. Features Lily Luna Lovegood-Potter from my stories 'Waning' and 'Quitting Quidditch.'
Percy supposed he should have asked Oliver to help him first and then explain his current ab-session, instead of asking him to remove his shirt and let Percy take a 'gander' at his chest. (Percy/Oliver, a bromance)
Percy and Oliver meet on the Quidditch Pitch on a stormy evening in late March, 1994.
Written for MuggleMaybe's Happy & Gay Challenge and Rumpelstiltskin's Companion Piece Challenge
Also written for Sam's (Dojh167's) birthday! <3
Shiny banner by TreacleTart @ TDA!
Banner by Enigma@tda
Hermione whispered softly, 'Confundus.'
In which Dominique Weasley and Hannah Randall try to explain football to Hogwarts students, and fail miserably.
The ball bounces and slowly rolls down the court.
My first entry for the HPFT Archive Grand Opening Drabble Challenge!
Sometimes, all is wanted is to break routine.
Second entry for the HPFT Archive Grand Opening Drabble Challenge!
Honourable Mention in the HPFT Grand Opening Drabble Challenge!
Banner by foggy@TDA!
With a last name like Weasley, Molly know that she’ll have to work hard to be taken seriously in the Quidditch world. Known for their top training program, Oakshaft Quidditch Academy will give her the push she needs to make the Montrose Magpies’ reserve team. But when another Quidditch Legacy just looks so good shirtless, Molly’s attention and desire to be the best wars with something new. Soon she’ll discover that leaving her last name at the door and her heart on the pitch might be more difficult than she anticipated.
Lesson #1: All’s fair in love and Quidditch