Fanfiction – The Power The Dark Lord Knows Of

The Power The Dark Lord Knows Of by Finbar

Length: Oneshot
Sources: Harry Potter
Rating: 5/5

Today’s fic is a silly one. Just how powerful is a prophecy? Powerful enough to continually grant Harry a new “power he knows not” as he keeps telling Voldemort what they are? This is great for a laugh, but too short for me to say much else. Definitely a very memorable idea though.

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2 Responses to Fanfiction – The Power The Dark Lord Knows Of

  1. anss123 says:

    While not a 5/5 this is a nice gem of a fic. The pairing/Hermione chitchat should have been cut out, it was distracting, and a bit more thought put into Harry’s new powers.

    Solid 3 of 5.

  2. While it’s conceivable that might lower my review to 4.0 or 4.5, I definitely wouldn’t lower it to 3.0 or 3.5.

    My guess is that my ratings are more linear (displaying a typical normal distribution) while yours seem to follow a curve which compresses more of the poor stuff into the lower numbers… or you’re just more selective than I am.

    When I rate, here are the most common meanings of the ratings:
    1 – Unreadable… literally.
    2 – Why did you write a (crappy) original fic but use the names of popular characters?
    3 – Neither bad nor good
    4 – Good, but not really memorable
    5 – Excellent. I’ll probably end up re-reading it eventually.

    I then use half-points to resolve cases where I just can’t decide between two integer ratings. “The Power The Dark Lord Knows Of” could never be worth less than 4.0 by my system. (Partly because even if implementation brings it down, concept and ideas pull it back up again)

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