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Review:MargaretLane says:
*laughs at McGonagall saying she's not going to sack Sally-Anne today* Actually, I've a scene planned but won't actually be writing, as my viewpoint character isn't going to be aware if it, where a staff member asks McGonagall if they are going to be fired.

Love the way she refers to her adoptive parents as her "real" parents. I usually read about adoptive kids who talk about their biological parents as their "real" parents, so it's nice to see one who feels differently.

So if she had a child with a Muggle or Muggleborn or half-blood, it might break the curse? But just for her child, I assume. It wouldn't be much good to her. Hmm.

Hmm, that's a rather complicated idea of hers. I wonder if it'll work.

And she knows about Lupin. I like her reaction. She has a point. Benjamin is probably a worse curse than lycanthropy.

Author's Response: I couldn't resist using the whole expelling Sally-Anne gag again. While most kids might wonder if they're in trouble, Sally-Anne automatically thinks of the worst-case scenario. I blame her parents and residents of Hogsmeade for putting the idea in her head.

I actually haven't read many stories about adopted children, but I have had conversations with my parents about what would happen if we found out I was switched with another baby at birth. I figure that one's real parents are the ones who love and take care of you and not necessarily the ones who contribute to your DNA.

The chances of Sally-Anne having a child with a non-Pureblood is actually quite slim because of Benjamin's influence over her (since he really exists in her blood, he has control over her bodily functions, so to speak). And you're right about it not helping Sally-Anne out of the fate Benjamin hopes for her.

Sally-Anne's plan really is complicated. My head starts to hurt just by thinking about the amount of research I still have to do. *smiles anyway*

I'm glad you like how Sally-Anne reacted to Lupin's condition. If only most of the people in the wizarding world realized that lycanthropy only seriously affects people twelve hours a month. I would much rather be around a werewolf than a vampire, that's for sure.

Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for this and all your previous reviews! I hope to stay caught up with them when I put up the next chapters!

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