Summary: Helena Ravenclaw knew of everything that her books could teach her—everything except life and death. Second Place in the Mugglenet Interactive Ghosts in the Light contest.
Summary: Alchemy first originated in Egypt at the hands of one the Greeks named Hermes the Thrice Great. He was the first creator of the Philosopher's Stone, and his research is the basis of most other alchemical research done since. His descendants protected his research from prosecution and locked it away, only allowing the heir to the family access. When one young man named Thutmose gains access to this research after his father dies, will he succumb to temptation?
This was written for the Alchemy prompt of the Summer Challenge, by Rushia of Ravenclaw
Summary: This is the story of a necklace, a small silver bird on a delicate chain. This is the story of a girl, and her children, and grandchildren, and great grandchildren. This is a story of many moments each linked together like the links of a chain. This is a story.
Summary: It has been thought that dreams hold great value in divining unknown knowledge. Some adhere to the belief that a dream is capable of foretelling events, be they tragic or wonderful. Others believe that a dream is strictly that – a dream. Helga has a dream that shakes her focus and one that could have unforeseen effects on a friendship and on a school. Will the Founders fall, or will Hogwarts truly become the school they have always envisioned?
Written for the “New Year Challenge Two: Dreams” by megan_lupin of Gryffindor.
Summary: Tom Riddle left Hogwarts in a blaze of glory, valedictorian, Head Boy, and the recipient of many prestigious job offers. However, he took none, opting to work at “Borgin and Burkes,” the rather dubious shop for Dark Wizards.
He then disappeared. Years passed before he reemerged as Lord Voldemort. What did he do in the mean time? Why did he obsess endlessly over a strange place called Götter-Burg? Who was Locust? And who is Albatross and what threat does he pose to the Dark Lord?
Summary: The worst day of Dumbledore's life started the change in him to become the great,amazing,wise man he was.This is my account on what exactly happened,inside and outside Albus's head,that fateful summer's day.
Summary: 1692. A landmark year for wizards with the passage of the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy. The Statute and concurrent negotiations in Paris are at the fringes of every wizard's mind as wizards across the globe must change the way they interact with Muggles. But for three young students, a much more important event is at hand: The Triwizard Tournament.
One is an observer, torn between two worlds. One is a determined competitor, willing to do anything to make his father proud. And one is a shunned outsider, his family name fallen from grace.
These Three Remain.
Written by LuthAn of Gryffindor for the Summer Challenge: TriWizard Tales. Tied for third place in the Challenge!
Summary: Marie Antoinette died on October 16, 1793, at the height of the French Revolution. But what was she thinking as she approached the guillotine? And what happened to her afterwards?
Summary: Albus Dumbledore really did see socks when he looked into the Mirror of Erised. And this is the reason why.
Summary: You've heard of my brother, right? Stupid question, of course you've heard of my brother. The wonderfully famous, famously wonderful Albus Dumbledore. The bright one of the family. He got the brains my sister got the looks, and I got... drumroll here... I got the job of feeding the goats. Yeah, I know, I felt like that too. Bit of a bummer isn't it?
But, for once, this is my chance to tell my story, so shove off, and let me do my own thing. Ta.
Note: Mental disorders is just my little sister's condition, so don't let that put you off reading it. If it does, read it anyway. Tough.
Summary: Minerva McGonagall has been sent back in time on a mission for the Order. How does she deal with meeting the very last person she expected to see?
Gauntlet V Entry from Shev of Ravenclaw
Summary: He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named was hardly the first to attempt a purge of the non-magical community. The Dark Lord cannot be attributed for the devious idea of joining the gods on a pedestal of eternal fame and worship.
No, even he draws inspiration on events in the forgotten past. Even he has a teacher.
Will history repeat itself?
Takes place in Ancient Egypt
Summary: A giantess and a wizard...just how did it happen?
The story of how love began between Hagrid Sr. and the giantess Fridwulfa.
Summary: In the middle of World War II, the Allies are not faring well, since the Nazi submarines control the seas. While his fellows at the Ministry of Magic don't dare to openly defy Grindelwald, Dumbledore discovers a terrible plot that can tip the balance in favour of the wrong side and embarks on a journey that will lead him to discover the hidden magic of the Merpeople.
Summary: Tom Riddle was in love with Merope. How it happened, she didn't know. But the blow of knowing the one she loved was in the arms of another leaves her heartbroken and her life shattered, and the only one who can put it back together is the man that loves her the way that she loves Tom Riddle.
First part in the Watching Over Her trilogy.
Summary: It is time for Hogwarts' winter feast, and yet Godric has not returned to the castle. Helga worries and Rowena writes a song.
Written by Pondering of Ravenclaw
Summary: A young Minerva McGonagall reluctantly finds the Christmas spirit with her aunt after a very long winter.
Written by LuthAn of Gryffindor for the Winter Tales Challenge, The Holly and the Ivy prompt.
Summary: Robert Denial is really William Slytherin who is the son to Salazar Slytherin. Both have been living in hiding since Salazar cursed Godric Gryffindor's son and left Hogwarts for good. Dark Arts fill their lives as Robert struggles to get out from under his father's thumb.
This is written for my Dark Arts class Final Project.