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Ron and Hermione, in the months after the war.
The tattered tapestry depicting the descent of the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black has burn marks in every generation; they represent the disowned members of the family. Three vignettes show how Isla, Phineas, and Marius Black achieved this honor.
When Vernon's life is threatened, he learns that mere death might not be the worst fate awaiting him.
It's Harry's seventeenth birthday, and Hermione invites her parents to the party. The Grangers are in for a surprise and a shock - her daughter has been rather economical with the truth.
Dudley goes to Smeltings, and learns what there is to gain in life. Features the Hog Squad, irony, hot girls, pointy sticks, and the ever-interesting Piers Polkiss' philosophies of life.
Five times everything might have changed.
They didn't empty Harry's room. Not of any of Harry's meagre possessions, not of any of Dudley's discarded toys.
A collection of limericks featuring various students, teachers, Death Eaters and others.
Harry Potter, Arthur Weasley, his son Ronald Weasley, HIS wife Hermione Granger, and THEIR son Viktor all go to the Dursley house for a barbeque. To their surprise, there is not much of a fight from the awful family. "Dudley was everywhere, covering every wall in a mosaic of constantly more recent and much larger (due to the size of the boy in question) photos. In fact, it seemed almost as if a group of girls came and decorated the room as if Dudley was actually the lead singer in a pop group."
Mr. and Mrs. Dursley of Number 4, Privet Drive were proud to say they were perfectly normal, thank you very much. There was that nasty little bit about Petunia's sister, but after the events of November 1981, they ceased to worry about the connection.
After nearly 20 years, Harry Potter decides to return to Number 4 Privet Drive to face a family and a past, looking for closure.
A short, bittersweet tale in which Vernon Dursley meets Warrington's mother in the King's Cross Station cafe, and they discover that they have something in common... It probably isn't what you think, though. Warning: contains curmudgeonly remarks, and passing references to Goth!Dudley.
Trelawney's first true prediction turns into a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Everything you(n)ever wanted to know about Severus Snape's father
A look behind the scenes of the news broadcast Vernon Dursley caught on television that November 1st evening.
Vernon has a surprise encounter. Dudley needs a job. Fred and George have a new business. General chaos ensues.
How does one go about justifying the long-term presence of a Muggle at Hogwarts, without turning the story into Mary Sue or Gary Stu? Hint A: Don't make the Muggle a student. Hint B: Accept that the Muggle leaves before school starts in book seven.
Ted thinks he ought to get used to the feeling.
"Billy Stubbs's rabbit... well, Tom said he didn't do it and I don't see how he could have done, but even so, it didn't hang itself from the rafters, did it?" A look into the disagreement between Billy Stubbs and Tom Riddle. Mrs. Cole never knew the whole story.
1969: On his way home from work, Tobias Snape ponders his relationship with Eileen. In the beginning, they loved each other, didn't they? But now, only bitterness and harsh words are left. How could it come to this?
All here life, Petunia listened to people say how special her little sister, Lily, was. And getting that letter and running off to that school only made things worse. So through the years, she sat on the sidelines and watched Lily become more and more amazing. But what about her? A story through Petunia Evans' eyes on the subjects of Lily, Hogwarts, and a war most people don't even know is happening.
This is the story of Vernon Dursley and Petunia Evans; how they first met and eventually fell in love. They are not the horrible adults the books describe, but just your average couple. PS/SS takes off where this story ends. One-shot.