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Review:Pheonix Potioneer says:
Yay Mrs. Longbottom! She gets her opinion out there.

I thought the A.W.L. was a good thing. It never occured to me it might be a bad thing.

I think campaigning for werewolves will be much easier now, than before the war. Especially the fact that Remus fought and died in the Battle of Hogwarts, I imagine, would get rid of some prejudices. However, people may think of Greyback first, not Remus.

Yay for McGonagall! She is being very Ravenclawish (if that is a word) when she suggests that plan. Very clever and sneaky. She is opposing the A.W.L., but not being very open about it.

Snape would die of shock if he found out somebody was making a statue of him. Snape wasn't exactly loved. Pity that most famous people don't become famous until after they are dead.

Good of Ron to get them out of trouble like that. Exactly like I would of expected him to do.

Can't wait to see what happens next!

Author's Response: Yeah, I thought Mrs. Longbottom would make her position clear. *laughs*

And yeah, werewolves aren't as discriminated against as they were in Harry's time, but there are still going to be struggles. And yeah, Greyback is the obvious answer the A.W.L. can make to Remus.

I love McGonagall. She and Remus are my two second favourite characters after Dumbledore. Clever and sneaky - English needs a word combining those two concepts. Irish has "glic", but I don't think it has an English equivalent. We say "cute" in Ireland, but even that has a more sort of rustic implication.

I hadn't thought of that about Snape, but you're right.

And yeah, I didn't think Ron would care if his kids were eavesdropping on something like that. After all, he and Harry, and Hermione too, did their fair share of it in their youth.

Thanks for the review. Working on Chapter 3 now.

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