Harry Potter is overwhelmed by the expectations and stress of being the boy-who-lived. Sometimes, he just wants to run away from the wizarding world and take a break. A simple plea in front of the Room of Requirement changes his life for the better and Harry begins a careful balancing act of two identities: The Boy Who Lived and Harry... just Harry (although perhaps a bit more than intriguing than he would like). As Harry's rise in power become noticed by the one who ruined his life, anonymity becomes a tricky thing to maintain.
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
15 Jun 2021
The Dementor's icy fingers were closing in on his throat. A voice spoke inside his head.
"Bow to Death, Harry... It might even be painless ... I would not know ... I have never died."
He would never see Ron and Hermione again... Their faces swam behind his eyes.
A silvery stag burst forth the same moment cold lips came down upon his.
As Harry Potter's body slumped down the wall of the alleyway, the saviour of the wizarding world was no more.
When Harry is too late to produce a Patronus in time to keep a Dementor from getting a taste of his soul, the Horcrux within him takes over his body.
In trying to seal himself more permanently into his new vessel, Lord Voldemort miscalculates and accidentally merges with what is left of Harry Potter.
Not quite a Saviour, not quite a Dark Lord, the person claiming the name Harry Potter has to deal with pesky teenagers, hormones and headaches related to a soulbond to the unaware Lord Voldemort, who still wants him dead. Now if he could only convince his not-quite counterpart that their goals aren't that different without him being locked up once he reveals that he's a Horcrux, that would be great.
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16 Jun 2021
Now a married couple, Tom and Harry make good on their promises, and a second podcast begins.
The fans are still growing, and they are delighted.
Somewhere in between bad pick-up lines and kissing, Tom and Harry are still deeply in love with one another. It's a miracle. (Almost.)
The long awaited sequel to Riddle Me This!
When Harry finds Tom Riddle's diary he does not write 'Hello.' He does not write anything at all. He draws. Tom Riddle falls in love with the artwork.
Sketch by sketch, drawing by drawing, the ink Harry pours into the diary manifests as creations in Tom's monochrome world.
Tom is split into seven versions of himself with a variety of different personalities. All because Slytherin's locket grants Harry's wish.
Latin; a dead language with no practical applications except perhaps the deciphering of old texts and as a particularly quaint party trick.
Thankfully, as Harry finds out, Latin is not as dead as he was first taught when he decided to learn the language. It wouldn't have mattered anyway, of course; he loved Latin, and would have been proud to know it even had it been as useless as it was pretty. But in the world of Wizards, the world of Magic, Harry realizes his rare talent with words is particularly valuable, and allows him to use magic that no one's ever heard of, that no one's ever seen. But as time goes on, and he becomes more and more entangled in the webs spun by those around him, he starts to realize just how deep the magical rabbit hole goes and how dangerous power like his can be.
All Harry had ever wanted was for the world to make sense.
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07 Jun 2021