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Review:Fee says:
I think you’re off to a old start, Lia and James getting to know each other more and more is great! However, I’m not a fan of the fact that the Whips who are supposedly the ones to bring order to the school now turns out to be drug dealers? Like, they should stop the drugs instead of taking over them and I hope they’ll get arrested in the end for supplying children with illegal drugs. Being a druggie isn’t cool, even if it’s “only” at parties, they’re essentially feeding addictions and I hope they are found out. And if you’re somehow trying to glorify literal children using drugs then I’m going to bow out of this story since I’m not interested in that kind of thing.
And with the whole Potions class thing, per the books, Slughorn has demands for continuing with Potions after your OWLs, so if someone sucked, then they wouldn’t be allowed to continue. So Ness and Emmet probably shouldn’t be in that class. Rose, since she’s in the same year as Al, who is TWO years under James, wouldn’t be in the class either, since she should be in her OWL year.

Author's Response: Hey! Thanks for taking the time to review :)

Firstly - thanks for the Rose comment I might actually go back and change that. I wanted to get her into the story to interact with the other characters but I hadn't realised she was two years younger than James (my next-gen age knowledge is obviously lacking!). I was going for the 'genius skipping OWLs to NEWTs without having to do 6th year but with 2 years definitely a bit of a stretch.

Secondly - the idea of the Whips is more like they ensure that the partying can continue by preventing the students being too obvious and the teachers catching on rather than actually being the ones that prevent the partying (I might go back and edit the earlier chapters to make that clearer). I also get the druggie comments, I wouldn't want to 'glorify' it and in my world it is just like 5th year + doing the partying in a sort of "Gossip Girl-esque" world where they are basically rich and without parental supervision (e.g. weed and alcohol at High School parties but in this case magical substances) and no threat of a Wizarding War keeping them busy. I am planning on delving into how the culture is pretty bad/Amelie realises that it is unhealthy route rather than just purely glorifying drug use but I totally understand if that is not your cup of tea plot wise!

Thanks again for taking the time to review and I do really appreciate your comments :)

RP x

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