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Review:APerkins says:
Aww Percy fighting it, Percy crying .

You know, you made me a very happy fan when Ron made the call to issue a code black, Harry questioned him and Ron stuck to his guns.
So far, even when it comes to helping his wife, Harry has been the strong one. Ron has been the emotional one.

Umm.. portia creeps me out. As does Northway in bed with Artie n Portia.
ugh.
It may not be quite as titillating, but the room of requirement should have provided the extra needed bed. It did when Neville &co. camped out there in D.H . I think it didnt this time because it had a sick interest in embarrassing all three students. I think the room of requirement is perverted.

But thats just me.


Also go Ghostly Heroes!!! Yay@

Author's Response: Yeah, the Room was probably having a bit of a laugh at Artie and Dennis's expense. A bit of harmless fun. That, and I didn't even think about the kids asking the room for another bed. Which, by extension, means that they didn't think of it either. See, even when I overlook things, it works out somehow. ;)

Portia is Luna's granddaughter, and she's inherited more than a little of that spacy, disconnected personality. She's quite clever, though, as you'll see.

Ron can plainly see that Harry is in no emotional condition to make decisions, so he takes control. He's more than capable of stepping up when the situation requires it.

I enjoyed being able to give the house ghosts an opportunity to contribute. They're fairly disposable characters in the books, aside from the Grey Lady's big scene in Deathly Hallows.

Now that I've responded to your review completely out of order, I thank you kindly for favoring me with it!


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