Death never let anyone lord over its powers. So, when unknowingly an ancient lord became the Master of death. Death played with the little lord.
Voldemort attacked the Potters on Samhain, but the Killing Curse didn’t rebound—it was absorbed. Voldemort went on to crush his remaining resistance and has since dominated the magical world. Harry has been hiding in plain sight, but it seems that even his pseudonyms can’t escape fame for long.
Some might argue that memory is eternal, and it's only our ability to retrieve those memories that fades and is lost.
Of course, magic has a solution for that, too.
In which Harry has a bit more empathy, and his history lessons were a bit more detailed than anyone expected, and so a half soul in a diary learns that concern and pity don’t always go hand in hand.
Harry Potter refused to believe that he was running away. When he suddenly found himself in the year 1935, whisked away from the battle of Hogwarts, his friends, and most importantly Lord Voldemort, Harry Potter had to find a way to survive in a world where no one knew the name Harry Potter and the most feared dark lord was not You-Know-Who.
With the help of a familiar face and a new pet, Harry must start his fifth year at Hogwarts with his mortal enemy. But the hate Harry felt for the murderer of his parents does not compare to the loathing Harry feels for his Transfiguration teacher. Maybe that is why when Tom Riddle approaches Harry with a certain offer it becomes nearly impossible for Harry to refuse.
After being convicted of a crime he didn't commit, the Boy Who Lived finds himself in an Azkaban run by the death eater prisoners. Their leader and his cellmate, the infamous Lucius Malfoy believes he can show Harry the error of his ways. After suffering through the ministry's treatment of him, Harry may begin to see the benefits of going dark. AU AFTER BK 5 OotP BUT CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS FROM HBP
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06 Aug 2020