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Review #1, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

30th March 2011:
great chapter well written now off to the next one

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Review #2, by maskedmuggle 

19th August 2010:
Hahah! So I absolutely adored this. It was a very enjoyable read! I love how you wrote from the perspective of Ambrosius Flume, a character only mentioned a few times in Harry Potter, and a character I have not yet read in the collab fic, let alone HPFF.

I loved his characterisation, amazing work! And the battle was great. As was the references to the sweet-making. And the last line was classic of course. Craving for chocolate in the middle of battle. Brilliant!

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Review #3, by Capella Black 

18th August 2010:
Wow - is there any viewpoint of this battle that you Gryffies can't make awesome?!

I love this piece - it's unusual, and at points even verging on bizarre (duelling is like making sweets?) and yet it totally works. We get a real insight into the mind of this most original and intriguing character, as well as a fresh look at who and how the war affected. I just adore the concept of Rosmerta and Puddifoot fighting together!

Best bit might have to be the final line - cracked me right up, thus making it the perfect ingredient into this overall wonderful, yet occasionally too saddening, collaboration. Great stuff!

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Review #4, by melian 

16th August 2010:
Erica! I enjoyed this immensely when I beta'd it and just as much now when I read it again. The idea of getting inspiration for a duel from making sweets is a great one, and I could really get inside Ambrosius' head in this as he was fighting. The feeling of impending defeat, soon overcome by the Eureka moment as he realised that he could do this after all was really well written. And the end? I want chocolate too. But then again, I always want chocoalte so perhaps we shouldn't be surprised ...

Great job!

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Review #5, by theelderwand 

14th August 2010:
EJ, this is awesome!

I always assumed the townspeople would be at a severe disadvantage dueling death eaters and that only sheer numbers saved them in the end. You captured that quite well in the begining and, deftly, turned that premise on its head. This was just great. I especially liked the last line:

"He also felt a craing for some chocolate." Hehehehe!!! Great!!!


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Review #6, by Northumbrian 

8th August 2010:
Dueling was just like making sweets. (-:

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