- The Dark Arts
- Original Female Witch/Remus Lupin
- Other Canon Witch Kingsley Shacklebolt Original Female Witch Remus Lupin
- Drama Romance
- Philosopher's Stone Chamber of Secrets Prizoner of Azkaban Goblet of Fire Order of the Phoenix Quidditch Through the Ages Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Published: 05/29/2005Updated: 08/21/2005Words: 82,365Chapters: 21Hits: 8,026
Crown of the North
- Story Summary:
- Two years after Voldemortâ€™s fall, Remus Lupin plays at teaching, while Ariadne MacDougal prepares for a career in apothecarism. But what is the price of choosing what is right over what is easy? And is Caradoc Dearborn really dead? Part II of
Ariadne and her friends plan to discover Caradoc Dearborn's fate.
The quest to discover the fate of Caradoc Dearborn only reveals fresh mysteries.
A Muggle werewolf gives the friends a vital clue about Caradoc Dearborn's fate.
After farewelling Caradoc, the friends continue northwards and climb the Cairngorms.
Ariadne and Remus return to Kincarden - but will their friendship outlast the summer?
Now in her seventh year at Hogwarts, Ariadne has to deal with NEWTs, her cousin Severus and Remus's transformations.
Remus continues to play tutor to Ariadne while they collaborate to protect his job.
Ariadne continues to hide Remus's secret from her family. But how much can Remus hide from Ariadne herself?
A startling realisation causes Remus to reassess his life and behaviour.
Ariadne sits her NEWTs and deals with an unexpected catastrophe.
Remus pursues his vocation but in the process must abandon all hope.
The girls embark on new careers, Hestia has marriage plans, Sarah becomes a woman of property, and Ariadne begins her adult life with severely shaken self-confidence.
Ariadne receives her NEWT results and begins her apprenticeship.
Having extricated himself from Ariadne's life, Remus begins to pursue his dream of teaching.
Ariadne's friends try to bail her out, but the real trouble lies in a place they cannot reach.
Remus is determined to live for his work. But even if he can fool the Muggles, can he really control all the variables?
An exchange of messages, verbal and otherwise.
The Macnairs send a message to Ariadne.
Having escaped Macnair's henchmen, Remus and Ariadne must now deal with each other.
An unsatisfactory inquiry into Veleta Vablatsky's affairs, together with a public exposure of their private affairs, shows Remus and Ariadne where their real friends are.
No matter how many loose ends are left untied, Remus and Ariadne resolve the matter dearest to their hearts.