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4 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Victoria 

30th January 2012:
I loved this, the idea of moving through the pictures was so unique. The exchanges between the students from the different houses were both believable and well thought out. I especially loved "Guess I've been hanging around with the Hufflepuffs too much eh?". That line almost got me crying, especially since I knew what was going to happen. :(
Anyways, I just wanted to say I loved this!!

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Review #2, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

28th March 2011:
I agree with Dumbledore but feel that Hogwarts should just randomly sort people into houses since everyone has a little bit of each house in them...I have my ravenclaw moments of intelligence, my Hufflepuff moments of loyalty, my Gryffindor moments of bravery and my Slytherin moments of cunning. just like everyone else does we can all be members of each of the houses when we need to be and when the moment strikes us.

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Review #3, by blueirony 

14th August 2010:
Okay, if there was an award for the most creative way of using a character in the battle, this is the one I would definitely choose in this challenge. It is such a simple idea - using Dumbledore going from portrait to portrait, so simple that I think that it easily slipped most people's minds. And I absolutely loved that you had Dumbledore seeing the battle. How very clever and unique.

I loved how you had a small element of each of the houses in this. It really brought back the sense that, in war, everyone on one side are a group and not individuals and it really made me think. Especially that last line - that whole idea of loyalty and all-for-one that is ever present in war really rang true in this.

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Review #4, by SereneChaos 

8th July 2010:
Galawen, this was brilliant! I'm so happy you wrote it! I liked Dumbledore's musings as he walked from portrait to portrait--his feelings of helplessness and alarm were so characteristic of him. My favorite exchanges were those of the Ravenclaw students and that of Slughorn with his Slytherins. Honestly, I don't think I could have written this better myself, so thanks for writing this!

GO HUFFLEPUFF!

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