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Review:Rumpelstiltskin says:
Oh Dumbledore's twinkling eyes ;).

It's completely understandable that Harry doesn't want Devlin being used, what good parent would? What gives me chills is the fact that Devlin calls it being valued...or having value. He's only used to "having value" if its been for Voldemort's advantage, and he defines his "worth" by it. He was valuable enough to be "kept safe"...oh Devlin. Harry's words really impacted him here, as they should have. Poor boy.

Devlin's terrified by the thought of Voldemort being able to extract the memories of the people in the room. I mean, who wouldn't be? That man (though, I use the term loosely) would kill Devlin in an instant if he thought that Devlin was betraying him. He has every right to be terrified.

Did the rat have a missing toe? Hm. Well, I would suppose that if you want to use an Unforgivable, you have to really WANT to use the unforgivable. Harry's hatred for Pettigrew would certainly be grounds for that, I would say. Very clever, slipping that little detail in, by the way.

Practicing the Imperius curse on willing subjects (human subjects) is an interesting demonstration. I mean, obviously Harry's not going to do anything to harm them...but Devlin may be onto something by proclaiming their idiocy.

And the Cruciatus...well, yes I'd expect that one to be particularly horrifying.

Oh, this was such a good chapter! (Who am I kidding, they're all very good chapters.) Always exciting and interesting!


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