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Review #1, by PrincessPadfoot 

25th April 2011:
OMFDP (oh my frozen dairy products, an exclamation reserved for only the best) this was an AMAZING chapter!!! Seriously, well done!

I think Pansy's character is totally misunderstood in the books, and so I did a little happy dance when you characterized her in a non-traditional Slytherin way while still keeping some Slytherin aspects.

I too would rather shop than duel XD That remark made me giggle hehe

I'm glad she walked away, though it would have been interesting to see her perspective of how things went down. But it does fit with her character to have her walk/run away and watch the battle from a distance.

I see a lot of myself in Pansy actually, wanting to climb the tree in order to see what's happening, but still not wanting to fight. If it had been me, I don't know what I would have done, but Pansy's option seems like an actual choice you know? Like some of the students (had this been a RL situation) would have done nothing, but would still have cared about the outcome.

I adore her for returning. That takes guts man. She was the one who offered up Potter, and she returns to help clean up. McG isn't the only one that's surprised. But it seems right that she would return, I think Pansy cares a great deal about the school, and she wanted to prove that she was more than her family name.

Again, this was a fabulous chapter!!

Love and hugs!!


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Review #2, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

31st March 2011:
humm Pansy having a change of heart? that seems so unlike her. well off to the next chapter

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Review #3, by Capella Black 

20th August 2010:
This is a really interesting look at possibly the most scorned participant of the final battle. At the start of the piece, I was worried that the story was going to be a bit two dimensional, as you painted the usual vapid, self-obsessed portrait of Pansy that we see in a lot of stuff. But then something amazing happens, and we get to see another side of her, and another, and another. Little by little, you turn her into someone we can empathise with, and eventually someone we can actually like. Amazingly, you do it without us even noticing that the change is happening.

A surprisingly good story, with a great Ravenclaw-shaped twist!

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Review #4, by AndrinaBlack 

15th August 2010:
Great story! I could really empathise with Pansy here. I also wondered if I was in the same situation, if I would do the same. You portray so well how difficult it would have been for a teenager in this situation. She just doesn't want there to be a war and to have to choose a side. It's not easy for her with her family on one side and she's probably at the same time afraid for the Dark Side so she wants to be on the other side too. It's if you think of it, very logical for Pansy to run away, like she says too. I'm also glad you made her choose the good side in the end. I always thought that a girl too should have changed sides (and maybe they did but we weren't told) or at least another Slytherin too than Draco should have been on the good side. But now I'm rambling. This was a great story and very well written. :)

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