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Review:Pheonix Potioneer says:
I thought I would have more time in the summertime. How wrong I was. Oh, and I got your PM, I just have yet to respond. I'm currently behind on everything.

ROSE! Does she want to make enemies or something? It's only the first day of term, and already she's picking fights! She does realize she'll be at Hogwarts with Dora for 6 more years, right?

The reason Dora is so smug, is because she knows she's annoying Rose. Rose really needs to ignore her.

I could go on a long rant about Rose, but I'm going to end it.

Professor Fairfax seems like a very good teacher, who knows what he's doing. I know Rose doesn't really like him too much, but I like Fairfax. Rose just doesn't like him because of Nathan, and for stopping the duel with Dora. Any teacher would have stopped that.

Ugh, here I am ranting about Rose again.

I never really realized much about Nathan's mistakes in magic before. Either you never really made it that obvious, or I forgot. Nathan is much more like Neville than I had thought.

Dora is being much more open about her thoughts, since she was revealed. I almost wish Rose and Albus had never caught her.

I know Blackburn has been suffering, but I really wish her classes will improve. If the classes carry on like this, it will just give the A.W.L. more of a reason to hate her.

Great chapter!

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the review. I was looking forward to seeing what you'd say, because there's some stuff about Potions class in it (and actually more in the next chapter) and I thought you'd like that.

Honestly, I hadn't planned the fights in this chapter at all. I'd about half the chapter written before I had to take a break because of work and when I came back to it, it was like all my characters wanted to do was fight. Firstly Rose started fighting with Rasmus and then with Dora and both seemed to come out of nowhere. *laughs* I think they were in a bad mood over not being written about for weeks or something. *cracks up* Though maybe it's good in a way, because I got a review on the first story saying Rose seemed a bit too perfect, so it shows that Albus's assumption that Rose always knows better than him isn't exactly true.

And Rose will start to appreciate Fairfax's teaching once she calms down a bit. She doesn't exactly like to admit she's wrong. This is Ron and Hermione's daughter after all. You can expect her to be headstrong.

Nathan was pretty awkward at the beginning of The Writing on the Wall, when they were having flying lessons and stuff, but then I kind of got caught up in the mystery and didn't show so much of ordinary classes. The real mystery in this story won't begin until after Christmas, so there's more time for asides.

I completely agree with you about Blackburn. She's pretty much playing into their hands by letting things get to her to that degree. She will start to get things in hand a little more though. The first day is particularly stressful, as she's facing groups of students, knowing a fair number of them, or their parents, want her fired.

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