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After the Department of Mysteries fiasco, Hermione thinks things can't get much worse. Following a triple attack by the Death Eaters on Diagon Alley, St. Mungo's, and the Ministry of Magic, our sadly depleted gang of heroes returns to Hogwarts, and make some rash decisions regarding the wizarding world's future. Includes Snape growing an Afro, Lupin going Trick-or-Treating, caricature drawing, origami mischief, Top-Ten lists for pleasing the Dark Lord, Tom Riddle, Time-Travel, (no time-turners!) Slytherins that aren't evil, betrayal, death, angst, and some comedy thrown in for good measure.
Theodore Nott has always been the overlooked Slytherin. Overshadowed by the goonish Crabbe and Goyle, the snotty Draco Malfoy, the charismatic Montague, the forbidding Flint, and the shrill Pansy Parkinson, he has always managed to slip under people's radars. At the urging of his elderly father, Theo joins the Death Eaters in his sixth year, along with a group of his Slytherin acquaintances. Now all he has to do is keep his head down and do what he does best; be ignored. It should be easy, right? Wrong. The Dark Lord has implemented a new reward system for his followers: captured Mudbloods. And Gryffindors Hermione Granger, Katie Bell, and Slytherin's own Tracey Davis are among them.
When Bellatrix Black, newly graduated from Hogwarts, cornered her younger sister Andromeda and dragged her out of their home and into Diagon Alley, Andromeda expected danger, excitement, and trouble - all part and parcel to dealings with Bellatrix. Nothing, however, could prepare her for the nightmarish ordeal that ended with her coming face to face with Lord Voldemort.
Andromeda Black had it all; great sisters, a name that was respected (and feared), and wealth beyond belief, but she gave it all up for love. This is a coming of age story about a Pureblood, who wasn't concerned with a person's blood status. Follow Andromeda as she struggles to break free from the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black, and becomes an enemy to her sisters.
Bellatrix, Andromeda, and Narcissa Black, as explained by Isaac Newton.
Ten moments in the lives of Bellatrix and Rodolphus, from childhood to death. Love? No, not quite. But what, then?
Even Azkaban is not completely heartless. Bellatrix/Rodolphus.
There are seven Deadly Sins. Each one drives the sinner into evil and destruction, of themselves and of others. The Death Eaters are all guilty of Sins. Some are most guilty of one in particular, and this is what led them into the life they chose. Lust, Pride, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Gluttony, Envy....The downfalls of the Death Eaters.
In the Riddle House, Rolophus Lestrange has taken the Dark Mark...
A set of fairly long drabbles about the three Black sisters: Bellatrix, Andromeda, and Narcissa, on the topics of power, passion, and pain.
The war has ended, but no one has remained unscathed. Least of all Harry. Going on a bloody trail of revenge, he finds himself at the Lestranges's door. But soon enough, he's in over his head in a situation that's a little too close for comfort. How deep is hate? How consuming is revenge? How redemptive is love? And if you've crossed the line, can anything - or anyone - pull you back? Post Hogwarts, some Bellatrix/Rodolphus. Rated for some violence, very little language, and character deaths.
“Much less interesting that way.” Sirius retorted cheerfully. He took a deep breath, and then began, “Narcissa’s crying in her room, Bellatrix is threatening to curse her hair into falling out if she ever dares to speak of You-Know-Who like that again, and to curse whoever you’re seeing with the pox. Your parents are despairing of all three of you, and Mother says that you’re a disgrace and a waste of every opportunity you’ve ever been given. Oh, and Regulus is howling.” He grinned at his cousin, face so bright that it was hard to resist laughing. “Merry Christmas?”
Roses are red, violets are blue, he sends his regards- to a witch that is true. Sometimes valentines are sent to the most unlikely people from the most unlikely sources. It's all very scandalous.
Rodolphus Lestrange familiarizes himself with the idea of emotion through his budding relationship with Bellatrix Black in their final year at Hogwarts.
The Lestranges would do anything for Lord Voldemort. Anything at all. Bellatrix/Rodolphus, disturbing.
Rodolphus hates to see his princess cry.
When Bellatrix Black awoke in the middle of the night, there was only one who would understand and ease her worries. The teenage Bellatrix and Rodolphus have a nightly talk about their dreams for the future.