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Review:Rumpelstiltskin says:
I'm back with the Blackout (number 12/15 of square two).

It's so easy to sympathize with Draco, because we, as readers, have a more inside view of what actually happened during the war to provide us with more grounds for accurate speculation. The appeal that Voldemort was making was making *had* to be hard to resist, especially when your loved ones are on his side. Even Dumbledore said in DH that when Grindelwald proposed similar ideas, that he and Dumbledore could rule the wizarding world together, that it was difficult to resist that temptation.

It's understandable that Draco would be at a loss for words, because how could he possible make them understand what happened? He had no proof of his innocence, because he *was* involved in war crimes, whether he wanted to be or not.

I'm really satisfied with the way this turned out, with Harry coming to help Draco out. I was almost afraid that, in this version, Draco may face the Dementors simply because he didn't have any proof. Then again, once Harry found out several things about Draco, what he was doing, having that understanding about loyalty to your family, then Harry could provide all the proof Draco needed.

Fantastic job!


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