Reviews For Taboos
Reviewer: canufeelthemagictonight
Date: 11/10/13 17:59
Chapter: Taboos

Yeah, Harry, get it engraved in stone or something: NO TABOOS ON UNFORGIVABLES!! Hehe, this is hilarious...

Reviewer: eilidhpaley
Date: 09/22/13 15:53
Chapter: Taboos

Really loved the basic plotline, this is a story that could be taken so many places. However, it is quite poorly written. I suggest spending a bit more time on it, you could have yourself a brilliant story!

Author's Response: I appreciate the feedback, in what way is it badly written? I do tend to have trouble taking an idea and actually making it work; unrealistic dialogue is definitely a problem for me as I have trouble getting inside others' heads, as it were.

Reviewer: cjbaggins
Date: 05/31/13 23:19
Chapter: Taboos

Hilarious! Thanks for a good laugh.

cj

Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 05/31/13 16:55
Chapter: Taboos

Shouldn't it detect the actual curse, rather than the word? *smiles* I mean, if someone did it nonverbally, the taboo wouldn't catch that, but it should catch the magic of it. If the ministry did that, I think it would be better.

Anyways, I didn't mean to pull it apart and dissect it like that. I had a fun time reading this and I was laughing, wondering how in the world the Ministry never foresaw the problem!

Does anything sound like Voldemort? Perhaps not in English, but in French and Latin something might... :) His Taboo was probably more refined, though, being a great wizard and all.

Okay, I shall stop talking. Great story!

Author's Response: Detection of the magic itself can't be done. The Trace does it, but that doesn't work for adults. As for nonverbal, the Unforgivable Curses are hard as it is (consider what the fake Moody said when demonstrating them) and very few wizards would be able to do them nonverbally, which is considerably more difficult. Even Voldemort said the incantations if in a situation in which it didn't create a big tactical disadvantage.

Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 05/31/13 2:04
Chapter: Taboos

This was hilarious! I laughed out loud in a couple of places. Lots of fun. Thank you so much.

Reviewer: Dad
Date: 05/30/13 13:38
Chapter: Taboos

Worth a big grin.

Reviewer: Luna_Loves_Thestrals
Date: 05/30/13 9:06
Chapter: Taboos

Pretty good stuff...can't wait for next chapter!

Author's Response: I thought this was sufficient. Where else could I go from here?

Reviewer: Snorkack
Date: 05/30/13 7:48
Chapter: Taboos

This is absolutely brilliant!!! Just what I needed today, with this awful weather! Keep them coming!!

You must login (register) to review.
Information
Find out everything you need to know about the site right here.


We have stories and authors in this archive.

:

RSS
Choose Theme:
SOCIAL MEDIA
     
MOST RECENT
Makers of Fine Wands by CanisMajor 1st-2nd Years
Ollivander of Croton arrives in Athens in 382 BC with big dreams, noneof which...
James and Me by Northumbrian 6th-7th Years
Annabel is having a bad day. Her sudden and unexpected meeting with a face from...
Tom Riddle and the Cave of Living Waters by alittletiefling 6th-7th Years
What would happen if Tom Marvolo Riddle had been adopted by well-meaning squibs?...
FEATURED
It Takes Two to Tango by lucca4 3rd-5th Years
They cannot keep doing this; it is only a matter of whose resolve will break...
In The Heat Of The Morning by welshdevondragon 3rd-5th Years
Summary: In the heat of the morning, Katie and Leanne lie in the grounds...
Can't Fight the Moonlight by Acacia Carter 6th-7th Years
A life-changing disaster at work drives Neville Longbottom to seek aid from...
The History Teacher by iLuna17 6th-7th Years
Maybe he didn’t just love history, maybe he loved being a history teacher.
white on white by Padfoot11333 6th-7th Years
Three vignettes about scars, love, and sex.
CATEGORIES