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Review:missclaire17 says:
I have to say, all of that bit about strategizing was really fun to read. I found myself thinking about the various different ways the Falcons can go about with strategies as well! xD
What I found interesting was that the Beaters were remarkably important in trying to win because of the threat of bludgers taking out a player. I loved that you really showcased the Beaters because sometimes, they're always forgotten.

I also loved the bit about the whole unabridged version of what happened with Voldemort. Definitely, I feel like there would be a lot of pieces to the story that the general public would not know because mass-educating people about horcruxes isn't a very good idea, but at the same time, it makes sense that Harry doesnt like censored history.

I like that James made the decision to tell Carlotta the whole unabridged truth because I think it's a step in their relationship. They don't need any more secrets so I'm glad that James decided to tell Carlotta everything.

It would be rather interesting to read about James telling Carlotta, though xD

INGRID AND MARK!!! Ahhh, Brigid never got along well with Ingrid, did she? Well, James needed to thank the two of them anyways (:

Great chapter! I'm so glad you updated.

Author's Response: I'm really glad you liked the strategy talk, because I did worry that I might have thrown too much in. It honestly came from nowhere; I came up with the idea for the match strategy as I wrote this chapter. And I liked how it turned out, it was nice to throw in something involving the Beaters. :)

I've given the matter of what-Harry-told-the-wizarding-world a fair bit of thought, and I definitely think that there are some elements of the story that he'd be unwilling to make public, especially if they're elements which people don't necessarily NEED to know in order to learn from the war. But yes, regardless of what is or isn't written in books, Carlotta HAS to know everything if she's going to be spending a lot of time with the family. There was a part of me that really wanted to write out the whole conversation between James and Carlotta, but I figured that would just become James' retelling of the books with the occasional input from Carlotta, and it would take up a lot of words for not much payback! But I think I know how it would pan out, and if I ever have the spare time and feel like writing it out, I may do so. It's on the list of potential one-shot material :) Thanks for reviewing!

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