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Review:water_lily43175 says:
Just read all your responses :) On the Scorp/Al note, at the time I was first planning Rails I wasn't necessarily a massive fan of the bromance so I wasn't too inclined to have them get on. Also, Albus not liking Scorpius has huge importance in that it's the way that Carlotta first finds out about Voldemort. It's only really since I made those initial plans that I've read a few stories where Albus and Scorpius are friends at Hogwarts and have come to love a well-written Potter/Malfoy friendship.


The Quidditch discussion was hilarious. I mean, it was funny enough with Angie being adamant that it couldn't beat football, and THEN Fionnuala chipped in as well ... amazing stuff. Kids, you'll all LOVE Quidditch, trust me.

Oh, I was so sad when James let that goal in! Poor thing :( In the end I was glad when Gryffindor won, because it meant a James win, but part of me wanted Ravenclaw to win too. Though of course if Al or any of his friends had been on the Ravenclaw team, it would have been a different story!

...okay, who on EARTH took Rose's scales? My first thought was that it was whoever was behind the Swelling Solution, and that they used the scales to brew it, but if she had them the night before ... hmm. *ponders*

Oh, and what's the answer to the question about the vampires? I can't work it out :( This is where it's a simple answer-to-a-question job and not a riddle at all...

Author's Response: Honestly, I didn't even make up an answer to that one, because I knew I wouldn't need it, but that night it occurred to me that "in the dark" would probably be a reasonable answer.

And I love your comparisons with your stories. *grins*

Oh, I want to bring aingingein into this, but I've no idea how. It sounds kind of amusing.

As regards the scales, maybe she just dropped them. *looks innocent*

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