Luna overhears the Trio making Horcrux hunting plans. She insists Harry keep in touch with those he's leaving behind and gives him a stone that her father says will allow people to communicate in their dreams. Loony Lovegood might just be the only person who can keep Harry sane.
Ten-year-old Ginny Weasley searches for a pet but finds Neville Longbottom.
Teddy and Cedric make a vow to reform the Centaur Liaison Office, but the price may be more than they can bear.
The Triwizard judges select the hostages for the second task.
The night before he is to break into Gringotts, Harry can't sleep. Luna provides some unexpected comfort.
Cedric Diggory has some very unusual assistance during the Triwizard Tournament. A series of vignettes.
Ginny grieves over Fred's death. Harry ponders their relationship. Is it only a good time he wants from her? Can he overcome his aversion to weepy females for her sake? More importantly, does he want to?
AU. "Most boys confine themselves to throwing a punch in these situations Your way is much more interesting." Harry loses his temper at Slughorn's party.
Oliver seems to be the only one who notices that all is still not well with Ginny Weasley. A disastrous Quidditch practice provides a chance to help.
How did Peter Pettigrew come to be in Gryffindor?