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Review:CloakAuror9 says:
Hello! (:

I love it when the Founders (or at least three of them) started discussing the possible optional subjects that the Hogwarts students could take and giving their reasoning behind each one. I particularly liked the suggestion of Divination by Rowena and her reason behind it. And oh my gosh, Salazar! You ruined it! I was really keen to see what Helga's thought were on having Muggle studies as an optional subject.

Rowena is taking such...harsh actions, isn't she? Confronting Edeline like that, I thought she would want to postpone the wedding date or something similar to that. I wasn't expecting her to cancel the entire wedding. I'm glad Venn was out hunting and got spared from Rowena. Sheesh. At this point, I don't even know who dislike more! Rowena or Salazar? Though, I'll admit that I was a bit sad when the two mothers started crying. The two of them just want nothing more but the best for their children. :

Ahh! ♥ Venn finally admits his true feelings for Helena! Well, at least one good thing came out of the chapter. Gah, this is like a roller coaster of emotions really, only it's not so bad.

Oh dear, trouble is brewing between the mother and the daughter. I kind of feel bad for Helena's dad, he's completely torn between the two women. What is Rowena doing, honestly? Doesn't she see how much Helena and Venn love each other? That Venn has no evil intentions. Gah. Don't do this, Rowena.

Anyway, I've finally caught up with the story once more! Yes! Amazing chapter once again! I can't wait to read the next one seeing as things are definitely starting to pick-up the pace. ♥


95th review out of 100

Author's Response: Hi again, Izzy! Uh-oh, you're all caught up :)

I'm glad you liked the little detour back to traditional Founders' work with the discussion of optional courses. It's also great that you felt like they fit in terms of who proposed them, because I tried to make that work.

Rowena is getting sort of desperate. She doesn't like that Venn and her daughter are so close, and her distrust of Salazar has made her somewhat paranoid and erratic. She saw going straight to Edeline as her best possible solution, and now she's very frustrated and probably feeling a little helpless about things. I'm glad you feel competing demands between disliking Salazar and disliking Rowena, because that's exactly what I was going for in this section of the story.

A reviewer brought up that Venn's behavior seemed really back-and-forth and that they wanted to see more in terms of his explanation of his feelings, so that people can get a better sense of where the conflict comes from and how he really feels about Helena. I hope this chapter provided some of that.

Yeah, Witter gets the short end of the stick here. He'll continue to be a part of managing the conflict between mother and daughter, as will Helga, who you'll see again very soon.

The next chapter will be posted in mid-February, so keep an eye out for it :)

Thanks again for another fantastic review!


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