I have really enjoyed this story: all the characters are more real - and I agree that no-one can die of a broken heart, however much they might want to.
Just one small point: while using 'thou' does make it feel more medieval, you need to use it properly. 'Thou art', not 'thou is', and also I think 'thou hast', but I'm not so sure about that. It was annoying in an otherwise lovely story.
Author's Response: Thanks very much for your kind review! I had far more fun writing this story than I originally thought I would. =D And you're absolutely write about the dialect -- I wasn't at all used to writing medieval dialogue, and wanted to strike a balance between realism and readability. ;D
Fantastic story. I can't believe no one has reviewed it yet! I love that you made the characters slightly different from the original impression we get from the HP series. (With Godric being good and brave and Slytherin being cold, unemotional, and an uncaring pureblood) I love the way you've told Ravenclaw's death. 5/5 stars
Author's Response: Wow, 5 stars? =D Thanks! I tried not to make the Founders as two-dimensional as they seem from Harry's point of view. They were real people, after all. Glad you liked the way I portrayed them, and the fic. Thanks again for the sweet review!