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Summer after the Trio's fifth year. Ron and Hermione get closer, while Harry grows distant from everyone -- including himself. Snape is reunited with someone from his past. Draco's life spirals out of control. Love blooms, and strange alliances are made. Black wings bring strange dreams. What wonders can wireless music and a little wandless magic work? HP/GW, RW/HG, SB/RL (slashy), DM/PP, BW/FD, NT/OC (slashy), PW/PC, SS/OC, AW/MW. Snape, Petunia, Draco, and Pansy redemption. Songfic. Illustrated. WARNING: includes graphic descriptions of self-harm. This fic DOES NOT encourage such behavior, but if you are bothered by the idea of Harry harming himself, even when it's portrayed as something he has to *overcome*, then do not read this fic.
Draco wants a rematch, Hermione wants some answers, Ron wants things back the way they were, and Harry just wants a good night's sleep. A coming-out tale in the life of a famous young wizard, complete with meddling professors, 'fowl' play, first love, and some truly excellent friends.
Harry Potter's summer holiday has been anything but fun. He's been treated like a common criminal by the Muggles. His circumstances don't begin to improve when he finally breaks out, for one of Voldemort's strongest supporters has likewise escaped, from Azkaban, the most secure place in England. The mad Sirius Black killed thirteen people with a single curse and is now believed to be after Harry. The Ministry of Magic takes drastic security measures, but what can stop the first man to elude the dreaded Dementors? Harry Potter is not safe, even within the walls of Hogwarts, for rumours are told that a traitor may well be in their midst.
COMPLETE! At the start of Harry's sixth year, the wizarding world is falling further under Voldemort's evil control. Fudge has declared a draconian State of Emergency, but he is merely Lucius Malfoy's puppet. Hogwarts, the last bastion of the Light, is Malfoy's next target as he seeks to impose Voldemort's racist Pureblood ideology on the students — who rise up in revolt. The spirits of the great Witches and Wizards of the Light send Harry and his friends an ally. An epic struggle of Good against political corruption, racism, elitist ideology — and Ultimate Evil. The roller-coaster plot twists and turns into the past and future and Nightmare Realities, where the terrible consequences of failing to stop Voldemort are chillingly revealed.
Harry Potter's new life with his godfather, Sirius Black, is the stuff his best dreams were made of. As they turn 12 Grimmauld Place into a real home, Harry finally gets to hear all about his father and mother. At the Quidditch World Cup, Harry learns of the upcoming Triwizard Tournament from Mr. Lucius Malfoy. Back at Hogwarts, there's treachery afoot, as Harry is named as a fourth Champion. Can his reputation recover from what the other Houses are saying? Who will stand with him? Who will stand against him? Tasks of immense danger loom, and dark shadows are gathering again. How can Harry survive with life and limb in peril? Will Harry ever be the same again?
Draco discovers a cute, cuddly visitor left to him by a Mysterious Person. How will this new kitty bring Harry and Draco closer together? Only the madness of the author's creation, followed by you reading it, will reveal the crazy antics and adventures! Readers have called it: "Cracktastic!" "Rib busting!" "Effing hilarious!"
It was just something that they had to do. To find out for themselves if it was really worth it. But sometimes things don't always turn out the way you want.
Late for Quidditch training, Draco doesn't think to pause before he enters the change rooms. It's an encounter that changes his perception of what he wants right now.
Voldemort is dead. The war is over, but moving on can be harder than expected - especially if you're not sure to which side you belong anymore. Harry and Pansy don't have much in common, yet they find themselves in an uneasy alliance in their attempt to save what's left from everything that was dear to them. (Harry/Pansy, past Harry/Draco and Pansy/Draco)
Draco needs it, Ginny can give it... but Lucius requires it. Draco/Ginny, no HBP.
Lucius Malfoy is found dead at his home during a hunting week-end. The Trio, Ginny, Draco, Narcissa, Snape, Dumbledore and Voldemort each have their reasons for wanting Malfoy dead. Stranded together during a magical storm, suspicions will build and tempers will fly. But will they solve the mystery in time?
Being a Slytherin is tough work these days. With the war brewing around her, Pansy has to deal with inner-house politics, an unexpected rival, and an undesired attraction to Dean Thomas. She also has to deal with the rather special relationship she has with Draco Malfoy. Pansy may discover that there's more to life than waiting around for her best friend to notice her. Includes an artistic Snape and a French Draco.
Insecure! and Bitchy! Pansy. Playful! and Angry! Harry. When you find someone has been watching you from on top of a wall, what do you do? What do you say? Emotions is a fun game to play.
Pansy Parkinson returns to school for her seventh year to find that everything has changed. The most jarring difference is the existence of Moonshyne Riddle, the new saviour of the wizarding world. Part parody, part AU.
Continues on from Guild of the Night and Crystalline Darkness. Voldemort is dead, along with Draco and Harry has his future more or less sorted out. His NEWTs, a Tyro and Ginny seem to be more than enough to handle. But Bellatrix and Pansy are still out there, looking for revenge.
Adjudication: To settle judiciously. Forgive thyself, for love is a complicated thing. The trio's seventh year finds Ron desperately worried for Harry's fate, hopelessly pining for Hermione's attentions, and slowly coming to terms with his family, himself, and his eventual place in the world. After escaping a life-threatening situation through wit and resourcefulness, Ron will learn the hard way how one singular event can change everything. This, combined with the unexpected attentions of one perfectly wretched, ever-vexing Slytherin girl, will forever meld together within Ron's psyche to weave a rich and complex foundation for a future life fully lived. One moment. One choice. One lifetime.
COMPLETE. What is it about Scarlett that sparks a phenomenon unlike any Hogwarts has ever seen? What is it about her candid newsletter that has the boys writing her avid fan mail? What is it about this woman that has the girls seething with jealousy? What is it about her that sends the teachers to the end of their last nerve? And why in the world has she fallen in love with Gregory Goyle? Is there more to her than meets the eye? Find out in "The Scarlett Letter"! Based on true events.
Draco is innocently wandering the corridors when he stumbles on a meeting of an underground Harry Potter fan club, and recruited into it against his will. However, he soon realizes he doesn't mind some aspects of the club...such as spying on Potter.
"It’s a sad thing, really, that we all strive for the perfection we can never reach. Even the stars themselves struggle in their attempts of outshining the sun in the night sky." Sometimes the question that you should ask is if perfection is really worth it. HP/DM
Ridiculously AU with the release of HBP & DH: The trials and tribulations of Pansy Parkinson as she attempts to seduce the unwitting Draco Malfoy. Watch her fail, rise and come out victorious. For awhile, at least.
After her unforgettable encounter with Draco, Pansy spends the summer at Blossom Hill Park, waiting to hear from him. By September, there\'s still no word from Draco, and Pansy fears the worst. The Ministry is reopening Hogwarts to much skepticism and doubt, but Pansy is determined to go back for her seventh year, despite her parents\' concerns. Meanwhile, Draco struggles with his dangerous life as a Death Eater, hoping that she hasn\'t given up on him. The story begins the night before Pansy is to return to Hogwarts.
Love. Betrayal. Confession. Deception. Politics. Misconceptions. Facades. Choices. Escapes. Mistakes. Time-turners. Professor Snape becomes an impromptu psychologist when he decides to find out what's wrong with Pansy Parkinson. Conversations about school quickly become analyses of the faults of Slytherin society, what's really underneath Pansy and Snape's facades, and questioning why Dumbledore trusts Snape. When a time-turner gets involved, a twist of time becomes a twist of fate, bringing about three decisions that will change the world: Whom will Harry trust, whom will Pansy trust, and, in the end, whom will Snape serve?
After swearing I was done tinkering with the first entry in the series, the Muse struck me. Essentially the same story, but with a more solid introduction to the new characters. Names changed to protect the innocent. Less canon text. More Snape!
(Pre-HBP, and written before Blaise Zabini was confirmed as male). Blaise lived an unfortunate life, with her alcoholic mother and no father. That is, until her mother dies, her grandmother takes her in, and Hogwarts sends her an acceptance letter. Then she's off, learning magic and living the life she's always wanted. What with pranking, Yule Balls, and the most annoying little crush on one Draco Malfoy, Blaise's life is definitely a lot more interesting.
Pansy Parkinson leads an all-star cast in a shocking tale of drama, angst, humour and inappropriate relationships with Gryffindors. When Draco and Harry get together, what happens to Pansy and Ginny?
When McGonagall gave the dancing lesson to the Gryffindors in the GoF movie, what were Snape and the Slytherins doing at the same time?
It's Valentine's day and different people at Hogwarts celebrate in different ways. One thing they all have in common? Kissing.
Voldemort is defeated and Harry and Draco have become reluctant friends. 'His Girl' features a lovesick Harry, a calm and collected Ron, a Hermione that drools over anything male and Slytherin, and a very sexually frustrated Ginny Weasley. If you throw in an after Quidditch party, an illicit love potion, and a couple of threesomes, you have a Hogwarts like you've never seen before! Book six is disregarded.
Pansy Parkinson made an oath after Draco Malfoy failed to fulfill his mission: she wouldn't be caught on the losing side. In the world of war, a girl's got to do what a girl's got to do, whether it's drugging family members, arranged marriages, having a child, or becoming a Death Eater. Watch Pansy Parkinson struggle to make ends meet with the help of her friends, a little sarcasm and lots of aged Firewhiskey.
Twenty-one candles, and twenty-one moments when the world changes.
Ron and Pansy can't quite stand each other, but are forced to work together on a project. For some reason, Pansy suddenly finds herself snogging Ron any chance she gets. What's going on? She can't possibly have a crush on Weasley. . . right?
Draco is bothered by a distressing issue. It makes him push over coffeepots, try to avoid Harry Potter, and sneak out in the middle of the night with friends and minions. Especially funny if you like slash :D
One week throught the eyes of everyone. Books, clothing, shoes, and more objests go flying through the air!
Ginny's knack for getting into trouble follows her as she goes away for college, forcing her into a dangerous situation. Ginny's POV.
AU HBP, HPDM slash. Harry decided to visit Draco in the hospital after the Sectumsempra incident, and finds an unexpected side of the young Slytherin. Realization hits the two of them as they became friends and something more. But time is running out.
She wore a red bracelet and needed to be free from the pain it had caused...
What does romance look like from the perspective of a young woman having an affair with an older, married man? Pansy Parkinson takes a good look at herself and learns that love does not always mean happy endings. LM/PP.
Pansy finds Snape and Draco after HBP.
Six Hogwarts students on an accidental holiday. Featuring sand, Arithmancy, boys making out on the beach and a completely uncontextualised kiss.
As he enters his sixth year, Draco Malfoy has a rather full plate. His father's in Azkaban, the Dark Lord has begun the final plans to destroy Harry Potter, he must secure his place in the pureblood politics and maintain his title as Prince of Slytherin, and prove himself worthy by his seventeenth birthday to claim the title of Voldemort's heir. But what's Ginny Weasley got to do with all of this and why can't Draco stop thinking about her?
Ginny, Pansy, Luna, Cedric, Oliver and Draco are six successful best friends in their mid-20s living together in an apartment in Diagon Alley. Read all about their lives, loves and laughs!
Draco is supposed to live on. Yet how can he possibly endure being without Harry? (Warning: previous character death)
Twelve years after the final battle, Pansy meets a stranger at a masquerade who reminds her of someone from her past. ONE SHOT
Non-fiction essay about Harry Potter and his 39 classmates. Originally written pre-HBP, this new edition has been revised and corrected in the light of DH canon.
It was obvious to everyone that Draco and Ginny were never meant to be friends, but what happens when they become something more?
For Daphne, Draco, Blaise, Pansy, and the rest of the 7th year Slytherins, the prospect of redoing a year of school is almost as desirable as standing trial for war crimes. Enter a different sort of world than Harry's, where money is never lacking and an old circle of friends struggles to stay together in the aftermath of the war.
One day a parchment airplane bumped into Pansy's head - and survived. It read "I love you". Who wrote it? Was it meant for her?
The summer before sixth year Draco goes to Pansy's house to talk about his father's imprisonment and wallow in self-pity. They end up talking about their nonexistant relationship instead.
The wedding of Pansy Parkinson to Lavender Brown, which could be the society wedding of the year.
Hermione is back at Hogwarts for her final year, only this time it is without the company of Harry and Ron. As well as completing her NEWTs, Hermione is to watch closely the son of renowned Death Eater Lucius Malfoy and her sworn enemy - Draco Malfoy - to gather what information she can about Voldemort's activities. However, she never planned on him finding out, but he did. And now he has his mind set on catching his new prey...
Pansy is a cat person; Draco isn't. Yet there's more to this specific cat than meets the eye. Or is there?
The last thing a happily married woman would expect is a stranger's seductive voice in her mind. Yet in the magical city of Prague, the past catches up with Pansy Malfoy and forces her to decide where her true loyalties lie.
Post HBP. The night comes for Draco to fulfill his duty to Voldemort, but Pansy only wants to get away, with her lover and child. Pansy/Draco.
There's no such thing as a 'happily ever after'. There's just 'after'. What you make of it is up to you.
Harry is just a normal wizard, but what happens when he's forced into accepting the Black Inheritence, then the Potter Inheritence, then the Gryffindor Inheritence! Manipulated into forced marriages and being given slaves, what will poor Harry do? Come and find out!
You hate her... but why? Because she is perfect? She's far from it but you can't see that, can you? You don't want to see that! WARNING: this concerns some serious issues that may not be suitable for all. Be wise when choosing to read it!
(Not Epilogue Compliant) Two years after the Battle at Hogwarts, the school is ready to re-open. However, doing so is not as easy as Headmistress McGonagall would like. Luckily, she has the newly-appointed Prof. Longbottom and her eventual Deputy to help her. Professor Shortages, Sabotage, Problems with the Ministry, Friendly Slytherins, and More.
A Pansy Parkinson story. Sometimes people step out of their groups and become individuals. And sometimes a single voice will vanish forever inside the masses. It all comes down to the choices we make at the turning points of our lives.
Ginny's right shoulder must have been her lucky one, because when it shatters in a painful collision with two Bludgers, star Chaser Ginny Weasley finds herself as a Reserve player on a Quidditch team in crisis. If that wasn't bad enough, Draco Malfoy invades her flat, Oliver Wood gets on her nerves, and Harry and Hermione are out to get the axe-murderer who's out to get her. Could her life get any worse? Apparently, it could. (Pre-DH)
The end of the world had been at the back of her throat, and at that crazy moment in time, with that blood-- dirty blood-- burning her fingers, it hadn't seemed likely that either of them would ever see another sunrise. She had been half out of her mind, and after the danger had passed, Pansy barely even remembered accepting.
Some creatures just aren't compatible under normal circumstances.
Pansy Parkinson never did listen to her mother's advice on men. She thought she knew best, she thought she knew him best. She was right, and that was entirely the problem.
Draco is depressed. He shuts out everybody who cares for him. He's getting weaker and weaker. When he's strolling around the castle, he faints... (H/D Friendship)
Hogwarts' resident Muggle Studies teacher decides to have her sixth and seventh year students produce one of Shakespeare's greatest plays, Romeo and Juliet. Oh, the events that ensue when Draco becomes jealous. D/G Meant to be a bit of a parody.
It isn't exactly an arranged marriage- more of a marriage of convenience. They've known each other for ages, their parents are friends; they inhabit the same small world. Yes, it works out well, Pansy Parkinson marrying Draco Malfoy. On her part, it's mostly convenience. She knows every single little thing about Draco- how he likes his tea (he doesn't), how he crosses his sevens (he doesn't), and how he likes her (he doesn't). It's not quite that he doesn't like her- he does, in his own way. She is safe. Spotless bloodlines, good breeding, tactful taste, somewhat intelligent and averagely attractive, everything he needs in a wife. Maybe not what he wants, but after all, what he wants is arbitrary.
When two people decide to get a divorce, it isn't a sign that they don't understand one another, but a sign that they have, at last, begun to.
Sometimes love isn't enough. Some relationships come with an expiration date.
Pansy Parkinson, in the Fifty Galleon universe.
Draco isn't really sure how Pansy convinced him to come here. Well, yes he does know. But that doesn't make it any better ... Warning: Trio love, gay!fanon!Draco and drunken!slutty!Pansy. You have been warned.
Based on the short story, 'Belinda Buckle Fancies You' in David Lawrence's the 'Chocolate Teapot.' In which Harry writes a love letter, Pansy sulks, Neville falls from his chair and Snape hands out detentions. Set during HBP.
The tighter the leash, the harder the pull. The only reaction to so many baseless boundaries is to break free from them, even if it means you must lead the rebellion. [Pansy Parkinson]
My thoughts have become a swirling caricature of sanity, even I admit, but they donâ€™t know. None of them out there know; know that I have you; know that youâ€™re mine. They donâ€™t know that I can keep you alive. Songfic of sorts to the song Sleeping Beauty by A Perfect Circle. Femslash and implied necrophilia.
The summer after the war, Draco returned to the Manor. Life was back to the way it used to be. All but one little thing. No one had seen him crumble from the inside.
Even our favourite bunch of Slytherins were adolescents once. Now we get to laugh at the expense of Draco, Pansy, Crabbe and Goyle, and all the others! Rated for language and crude humour.
Following Voldemort's rebirth, Severus returns to his Master's side, while a scandal in the Ministry throws the future into even greater uncertainty. Severus must push aside his own doubts and misgivings as he fights to protect all he holds dear. (Post GoF and AU)
She'd made the biggest mistake of her life marrying him. He'd now taken over her life. She'd become nothing. Merely a shadow of her former 'self.
Pansy has nowhere else to turn.
Ginny finds out that Harry's attentions are focused elsewhere and seeks comfort from Pansy...
Draco reflects on his sixth year: his mother's faith in him, The Dark Lord's assignment, Bellatrix's assistance, and Snape's interference. Written for the 2006 springtime_gen gift exchange on LiveJournal.
Pansy Parkinson worries about Draco when he goes missing at the end of their sixth year, and when she finds him, her concern proves well founded.
A glimpse into the childhood of Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson, an idea about the beginning of their friendship.
The war is five months new, has settled over everything like a layer of dust. Pansy is five months, too, with child, but it is fear that grows now like a balloon in her lungs.
By a chance encounter Buffy and Company learn of a whole new magical world they never knew existed and all the problems this world is having. Will the Scoobies help the wizarding world? Will the wizarding world want there help? What will happen when the Scoobies pasts are revealed? Can some things be forgiven? A/N- I know there are a lot of OC's, but these are all Buffy people. I only made up a couple characters. All other OC character are established in either the Buffy-verse and Harry Potter-verse.
While on a mission for the Order, Ginny Weasley is captured by an unknown nemesis. She is taken to the Velamentum, an order shrouded in mystery. A proposition is given to her. She accepts, and her world is turned upside down. Concepts she firmly believed in are challenged. Friends become enemies, enemies become allies. Trust is non-existent, danger abounds. And in the midst of this, Ginevra Weasley manages to fall in love. But does she love a friend? Or a dangerous enemy?
Pansy reacts to Draco's relationship with Astoria.
One-shot. Pansy watches dust settle, and thinks about light and darkness. Character death.
“Women have come together under the full moon since magic first arose, to learn and to teach, to celebrate and to morn, to laugh and to cry, and to save a wayward sister from time to time,” Luna intoned as she raised her wand. Pansy tried to seduce the wrong man, and now she pays the price. But what is the cost, and what is the reward. Post DH. The story of a group of women who come together to help one and end up finding a bond undreamt of.
Pansy catches Hermione doing something despicable and is determined to tell Draco and watch as he exacts revenge upon her, but Draco has other plans. DHr, Oneshot.
Requirement. She was required to treat him respectably ... to like him even. She was required to listen to him, day in and day out. It was a requirement. It was NOT, under any circumstances, a choice. PP/DM
Draco had not quite believed his parents when they told him marriage was hard. It was not until his second marriage started to fall apart that he realized they might be right.
Pansy endeavors to save her unborn child.
BWAHAHA!! A silly story with evil! fat! Queen Pansy, a hilarious cheeky(and kind of mean) mirror, stable girl! Hermione, and butcher! Crabbe!!! Only first chappie kids!! More to come. No ships thus far.
At Draco's wedding to Astoria, Pansy finally admits how upset she is to the most unexpected person, Ron Weasley, who is suffering from heartbreak of his own.
Pansy Parkinson has watched and admired Draco for six years at Hogwarts, and despite Malfoy's continued refusals, she has decided once and for all to make him hers. Fueled by a fleeting glimpse of her dream (Draco escorting her to the Yule Ball their Fourth Year) and the fact Draco's mother still talks to her, she has renewed her resolve and her desire shall not be deterred. But, a new student at Hogwarts catches Draco Malfoy's eye and he wastes no time in claiming what he desires. How will she take the news that Draco is courting another?
A potion is circling the school, leaving everyone it infects unable to hide there true emotions. Facades are unveiled and boundaries are crossed. An unlikely group of students pair together to solve this mystery. Featuring Draco Malfoy, the singing sensation, and strangely enough, Goyle, going ballet.
A little one-shot of how life is, from Pansy Parkinson's point of view, and the role sour oranges have in her life. Angst-ridden but nothing particularly explicit. Self-injury implied. Pansy/Draco.
She could have walked away and had someone else. For some strange reason she wanted him.
She\'s moving onwards and upwards. No dwelling. Bitter? Hardly. She never thinks about what could have been. Or very rarely anyways.