wow this is the only fenrir story ever and I also like the way you have linked it in with the phrase that was said in the first harry potter book's when harry, ron and draco went into the forest one of them said
"there's supposed to be werewolves in here!"
great story though xxAuthor's Response: Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the review. Report Review
Now we finally know why Fenrir becomes so evil...this explains everything! With all evil people, there is usually some important reason for it. Even Voldemort had a reason for being so evil.
Still, I can't help being a bit angry at Fenrir. Sure, he wants revenge, but he knows what it's like being a werewolf. Has it even ocurred to him that he'll be biting innocent people, those who haven't even done anything to him?
You really should do a story about Umbridge, and why she becomes evil. We really don't know anything about her past, so there is a lot of room for imagination. Plus, she is my most hated person in the Harry Potter series (I hate her even more than Voldemort and Greyback) so it will be interesting to see if you can make me like her more. But only if you're interested.
Cool story! I went on hoping to see a new chapter for Writing on the Wall, but instead I found this story!Author's Response: Yeah, The Writing on the Wall's next chapter will be a little delayed because I've been working on this. I am working on the next one, but so far, it's only about 1,500 words, so there's a bit more to go.
And I don't know if I could write about Umbridge. Like you, I really hate her and find it hard to see any redeeming qualities to her. She's my most hated character too. Rufus Scrimgeour is my second most hated, but that's probably partly my nationality.
And yeah, that's a good point about Fenrir Greyback. I like the way JK Rowling shows both sides like that. On the one hand, most of her bad characters (with the possible exception of Umbridge) do have reasons which make what they do somewhat understandable, but on the other hand, we see other characters, like Harry, Remus and Sirius, who also had bad things happen to them and their experiences just helped them to emphasise with others.
I'm glad this seemed to explain why Greyback behaves as he does to you and that you liked it.
Thanks again for the review. I always love reading them. Report Review
This story is actually pretty cool... you're succeding in this challenge.
I'm feeling a bit sorry for Fenrir, since everyone is acting like he's poisonous. It's no wonder that werewolves turn out bad. Remus had it pretty good, compared to most werewolves. His parents and friends still liked him.
I'm surprised even the healers are acting weird. Don't they deal with werewolves all the time?
I'm going to read the second chapter now. :)Author's Response: Thanks so much.
I kind of figured that werewolves were treated even worse in the past, because of how Remus mentions being the first werewolf to attend Hogwarts and the attitudes towards him even seem to improve in the course of the series.
That's a good question actually - as to how often the Healers would have to deal with werewolves. I think people can even be biased about things they encounter regularly though.
Hope you enjoy the second chapter too. Report Review
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