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1/29/2019 c1 Tempest-Rage
something so simple can call Nyarlahotep? and here i am wondering how the fuck human can survive...
11/10/2018 c7 Odin's Eye
If you do decide to make another story can I post my request for another Harry Potter and fantasy series crossover? Now here is a rough draft and not a challenge so you can use it as a template when you go do this story.

This time it is a Little Witch Academia and Harry Potter crossover. Now Little Witch Academia has two OVA Anime films, three manga's and also an anime adaption with some ties to Norse Mythology with it bringing in Yggdrasill the World Tree and Fafnir showing up. So if you do this can I make a few suggestions for Harry's growth tying into Norse Mythology if and or when you decide to do the crossover? First off if you decide to continue this and take up my suggestion take a look at TvTropes and all it's pages on Norse Mythology.

Also when dig into Norse Mythology you really should take a look at real world systems of mysticism like Norse magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, Runes(the Elder Futhark, the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc, the Younger Futhark, Rök runes, Hälsinge runes, Medieval runes, and the Dalecarlian runes), and Western Hermiticism and Western Alchemy as Harry grows to expand his mind and his arsenal.

Also when you do delve into the Runes and Norse Magic, take a look at these books as they may help you out on their magical theory.

The Galdrabók by Stephen E Flowers

Norse Magic by D.J. Conway

Icelandic Magic: Practical Secrets of the Northern Grimoires by Stephen E. Flowers

Futhark a Hand Book of Rune Magic by Edred Thorsson,

Rune Casters Handbook by Edred Thorsson

Runes and Feminine Powers Northern Mysteries and Magic by Freya Aswyn

Northern Magic, Rune Mysteries and Shamanism by Edred Thorsson

Now the reason why I want Harry to learn Norse and Celtic Magic is because if you look at it from a Viking view point or from Norse Mythology Harry actually has a lot in common with two of some of the biggest dogs in Norse Mythology Odin and Sigurd and befitting the fact that Merlin was in Harry Potter cannon and a student at Hogwarts so Harry should not only gain all his cannon powers but learn Celtic Magic, Druidry, and Celtic Ogham befitting the old mythos of Merlin being a Druid, and Shamanism and all the arts associated and traditionally in Shamanism with all that entails in that art of magic and I recommend you take a look at the Shaman King series when Harry digs into that path and everything the Shaman's can do in that series and traditionally for Harry but only as shout outs and with elements in it, along with the Magic's in the Yu-Gi-Oh series with all the various incarnations of The Dark Magician, and the magic's of Ancient Egypt. Also Harry learns the magic's of the Card Captor Sakura series and East Asian Magic's like Taoism, Onmyōdō, Chi Magic, and East Asian Alchemy along with awakening his chakra's by following Buddhist practices just to gain enlightenment superpowers along with getting better with his Fortune Telling skills such as learning about and using the Tarot. I am talking about The Arcana.

In case you do not know The Major Arcana, consists of 22 cards without suits: The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgment, The World, and The Fool. Cards from The Magician to The World are numbered in Roman numerals from I to XXI, while The Fool is the only unnumbered card, sometimes placed at the beginning of the deck as 0, or at the end as XXII.

The Minor Arcana consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits of 14 cards each; ten numbered cards and four court cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page/Jack, in each of the four tarot suits.

Getting back on track to how Harry ends up having some similarities to Odin and Sigurd. Let me explain.

Lets start with how Harry is like Sigurd. Now lets talk about why Harry is like Sigurd. Sigurd slew Fafnir, an enemy who had a beef with Odin, a Dwarf turned Dragon had his family clash with Odin in ancient days like how Harry a descendent of Godric Gryffindor had a beef with Salazar Slytherin which broke up the founders team dynamic, and Harry had slain a Dragon like Sigurd in the Tri Wizard Tournament and a Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets which Fafnir in his Dragon form was described as a Serpent which coincidently some Norse Dragons were labeled as Lindworms a type of Dragon which the same can be said for the basilisk. And Harry is the son of Lily and James Potter who were both heroes in the first Wizarding War against Voldemort which Odin was a sponsor of in times of war and great heroes in Norse Mythology claimed descent from Odin like Sigurd.

And like I said earlier, Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty. Harry has an Invisibility Cloak which Sigurd, a chosen Hero of Odin, Son of the hero Sigmund, descendent of Volsung who is a descendent of Odin Allfather himself had an Invisibility Cloak as well which is the same with the Valkyries in some stories of Norse Mythology. Also Sigurd has learned Norse Magic's and how to use the Runes from a Valkyrie(it is either Krymhild or Brunhilde/Brynhilde depending on the version)such as Harry has often turned to Hermione for more knowledge on magic and their are Runes in the Harry Potter series. See my point on why Harry is like Sigurd? The Perevell's were like Gods who wanted to master death and Harry is descended from them!

Now lets go on to how Harry is like Odin the Allfather of the Norse Gods. Odin, meaning Fury and The Furious, is the chief god in Norse mythology. He is associated with wisdom, war, battle, the Gallows, raging storms, death, creation, breathing consciousness and life into people, and also magic, poetry, prophecy, royalty, victory, Battle Fury, various states of consciences, Shamanism, and the hunt as Lord of the Wild Hunt.

Harry has worked with Animals and has show empathy to many mystical beings, and has sought out advanced spells and has been a teacher in Dumbledor's Army like how Odin gave mankind the Runic Alphabet and Skaldic Poetry. Also like Odin Harry has hunted in the wilds when hunting down Voldemort's Horcruxes like how Odin is said to be the Master of The Wild Hunt in Scandinavian and Germanic Folklore and is always accompanied by his two ravens Hugin and Munin, his two wolves Freki and Geri, and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir. Going back to how Odin is tied to anger and how that ties to Harry, Harry Potter in cannon has always had a problem with controlling his emotions, most specifically his anger and is not above getting depressed.

Harry like Odin and the Norse Gods is the subject of Prophecy and yet seeks to learn more from prophecy, like with how Harry was tempted in the Department of Mysteries by Lucius Malfoy in Cannon and has sought out answers on his future twice and is a very powerful Wizard in his own right and Odin has sought out knowledge of the Future to try and prevent Ragnarok, the end of the world and the beginning of a new one. Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty which Odin was worshipped by the nobility and royalty among the Norse.

Their is more to how Harry is like Odin. Odin only has one eye because he bartered the other in order to drink from the well of Mimir and gain its knowledge. Odin has many abilities like astral projection, shapeshifting and control of the elements and the weather. Odin also could read magic runes that no one else could since he had hung himself from the World Tree Yggdrasill while inflicting self-torture and dying in order to gain great knowledge but coming back from the dead Odin while associated with the Runes he is also associated with Seidr and Gandr, which were Norse Magics. And it is said that in some earlier versions of the text in the Poetic Edda it is that the Mighty One that is mentioned in some versions of the tale of Ragnarok is thought to be Odin himself who rises from the Dead again after Ragnarok more powerful than ever before.

Harry has come back with forbidden knowledge on the Soul and some idea of the afterlife and how he returned and became the Master of Death. Harry also has a defining injury in the form of his scar, and needs glasses to see and is willing to push himself to do what ever he can to protect his loved ones and has died and returned and has escaped certain death on more than one occasion like Odin. Harry has shape shifted before by using the Polyjuice Potion and in cannon Norse Mythology Odin seeks out knowledge to save the nine worlds from their destruction sometimes when traveling the cosmos he ends up taking various forms but often disguising himself as an old man like how Harry is meant to save Wizarding Britain and succeeds in doing that by striking down Voldemort.

Odin is the chief god of the Norse pantheon. Odin and his brothers Ve and Vili(Also known as Hodir and Lodur depending on the version)killed the first frost giant Ymir and built the Mortal World from his body. This can be similar to how at the end of Harry's Hogwarts years Harry and his surrogate brother Ron and surrogate sister Hermione built a new future for Wizarding England after Harry ends up slaying Voldemort. Odin is also the father of most of the gods, including Thor and Baldur, who was later killed by a manipulated Hod with a dart of mistletoe.

As mentioned earlier Harry after striking down Voldemort built a new future for Wizarding Britain and is also a father to several sons in the days of The Cursed Child Play who in turn become heroes. Odin is associated with his spear Gungnir, and Harry is associated with his Holly and Phoenix Feather Wand, The Resurrection Stone, The Invisibility Cloak, and the Elder Wand, and The Sword of Gryffindor and his Invisibility Cloak as stated before.

In Ragnarok, Odin gets devoured by the monster wolf Fenrir but is avenged by his son Vali. However, some believe based on phrasings earlier in some versions on the text of the Poetic Edda that the mighty is in fact Odin rising from the dead after the final battle. Harry has returned from the dead from being struck by the Killing Curse by Voldemort at the Final Battle for the Wizarding World and had faced his destiny with honor which was A Big Deal in Norse Mythology, to have Voldemort slain by destroying the Horcrux in his scar and trusting his friends to carry on the fight and Harry's own sons become heroes as well.

If you need more material to see my point, here is the list of works that make up Norse Mythology. Trust me you will need it and maybe you will see it my way.

A Description of the Northern Peoples
• Gautrek's Saga
• Gesta Danorum
• Half's Saga
• Hrolf Kraki's Saga
• Poetic Edda
• Prose Edda
• Ragnar Lodbrok and His Sons
• The Saga of Arrow-Odd
• The Saga of Hervor and Heidrek
• "Sorli's Tale"
• The Tale of Norna-Gest
• Völsunga saga Nibelungenlied
• Wayland the Smith

Now for Merlin. Harry has to strive to be the best Wizard since Merlin himself as there has to be both a goal and a standard for Harry's growth when he digs into his parents path's of magic and learns many of the same skills as Merlin himself when Harry learns more about his heritage and like all boys, strives to be the best to live up to his families legacy and of Hogwarts and his ties to the Founders.(I have made Merlin a composite of many of his incarnations in popular culture)

Backstory: Merlin was born sometime during the medieval era and is the child of a human woman who was impregnated by a demon and was baptized at birth to turn Merlin to the side of The Light and at birth was able to see the future. During his child hood Merlin was raised among Druids learning the powers, philosophy and the mystical skills of the Druids, and how to control the powers of his demonic heritage and use those powers as well during his formative years. It has been said that Merlin had performed many prophecies at a young age. Among the many prophecies that caused Merlin's name to become widely known, there was one in which, after correctly guessing about the existence of two dragons, one red and one white, sleeping beneath Mount Emrys, he spoke of how, at the time of having that vision, those red and white dragons would fight against each other upon waking up. Merlin's words, which were transmitted in posterity as prophecies, indicated the red dragon as Britain and the white dragon as the Saxons, and under a great king would Britain finally gather their forces and surely reign over both Gaul and Rome. He also left behind many other prophecies, and amongst them were those concerning wars and even the king's death and later he attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was sorted into Slytherin House where he was taught by Salazar Slytherin himself.

It is said that Merlin's wand was of English oak a wand made of English oak, a wood known to have "an affinity with the magic of the natural world"(though his grave has never been found, so this cannot be proven, hint, hint,)because of which he had already established an interest prior to his Hogwarts years, and his desire to promote Muggle rights, as learning about the philosophy along with the mystical skills of the Druids from a young age had shielded him from being influenced by the common belief in the inherent superiority of pure-bloods found in Slytherin house, and indeed was taught by Salazar Slytherin himself.

Merlin's later life: Merlin served Uther Pendragon and also served to bring about Arthur's birth. Uther loved Igraine, the wife of Duke Cornwall, so he secured Merlin's assistance in winning her love at the price of leaving his child in Merlin's care. Thus, after he rised up as a Wizard, Merlin helped arrange the marriage between King Arthur’s father Uther Pendragon and princess Igraine, He was the enemy of Arthur's half-sister, Morgan le Fay. Merlin told Uther a prophecy about his child, who would become his appointed successor during their war-torn times and watched over King Arthur since before his birth and also acted like a foster father and when Arthur became King Merlin acted as his adviser and became a integral part of the Court of King Arthur, assisting him during his reign.

Merlin was also the enemy of Morgan Ley Fay(also known as Morgana), a dark witch. Merlin believed that wizards should help Muggles and live peacefully with them. To this end, he founded the Order of Merlin, an organization which promoted Muggle rights, creating rules against using magic on them. Merlin was also an expert user of charms. His exceptional skill earned him the epithet "Prince of Enchanters". He was eventually sealed away by Viviane but eventually broke free of his prison only to see Camelot fall and Arthur being forced to go to Avalon in the Celtic Otherworld. With the fall of Camelot Merlin eventually ended up leaving the Muggle and Magical Worlds behind and just disappeared from the world along with many of the greater mystical beings from folklore and mythology across the world.

Merlin's magical abilities and skills.

Magical Mastery: Arguably one of the most powerful wizards of all time, it can be assumed that Merlin was rich in learning and experience and that his proficiency and knowledge in magic was of a standard few had ever seen before and unmatched by any other witch or wizard in his time.

Charms: Merlin's skill in using charms, bewitchments and enchantments are legendary, to the point of him being dubbed the "Prince of Enchanters", which speaks for his exceptional ability in this field of magic.

Spell inventor (possibly): It was thought by some that the Disarming Charm had been a creation of Merlin's, although some (like Miranda Goshawk writes in Book of Spells) maintain that that spell was created in the 14th century by Elizabeth Smudgling.

Foresight and shape shifting: Merlin was proved capable of making prophecies, change his appearance at will and predict the future, and Merlin is also both a Seer and Metamorphmagus but due to his heritage he can do so much more than both normally. Merlin has Clairvoyance "the Eyes Which See through the World". Eyes able to see beyond while the person stands in place. From time immemorial, it is the power entrusted to lands by the gods and the power shamans needed to guard lives. However profound and capable of performing the strongest forms of Magic, a mage who does not possess these "Eyes" shall not be given the title of the most supreme. And Merlin can shift into other forms far beyond the norm of Metamorphmagus due to his demonic heritage and training under the Druids and Salazar Slytherin.

Mystical Traditions: Merlin can use the mystical rituals of the Greeks and Romans(see the spells from the Negima!? series) in Latin as well as Ancient Greek and can use Norse Magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic, and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure, the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles, how Greece and Rome had a strong hold on the isle's and how Merlin shaped the Wizarding World and helped form Camelot and was a student of Hogwarts in HP cannon and the Ancient Egyptian Magic's as those civilizations had a foot hold in both America and Britain.

Illusionism and Mental Powers: Merlin excels in the mystic discipline of Illusionism a which at a permits interference with the psyche to the extent of introducing nightmares, and materializing illusions on the scale of a village within reality. He is also able to enter the dreams of sleepers. He can walk into the mind of anyone who's asleep and mess with them however he wants.

Immortality: Merlin is capable of aging backwards and forwards in time, and is unable to die having transcended death and mortality denying Death his due because of his mystical nature, training, heritage, and the skills he developed and ended up becoming far more than human.

Legacy: At some point, either during Merlin's lifetime or after his death, the Order of Merlin switched from a Muggle rights organization to an award bestowed upon witches and wizards who performed a great deed at personal risk or contributed to the betterment of wizarding society in some way, a sign of the estrangement of the Muggle community from the Wizarding one. Merlin's renown led his name to become a part of everyday wizarding vernacular. The popular exclamation, "Merlin's beard!", and the more unusual "Merlin's pants!" are examples of such. Slytherin students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry took special pride in Merlin "the most famous wizard in history" having been Sorted into their House. However, this fact is one that the other houses do not like to recognize. Merlin was immortalized on a Chocolate Frog Card. Harry Potter found a copy of this card in one of the Chocolate Frogs he bought on the Hogwarts Express. On 31 July, the Daily Prophet published a letter by a reader suggesting a "Merlin Remembrance Day" be established.

Now the Little Witch Academia series and HP series worlds are merged as one but not their series of magic's. Merlin when he was active managed to allow the wizards of the HP world's series of magic's to allow them to keep their magic's from weakening when people lose faith in magic but the witches of the Little Witch Academia series do not have that luxury. The HP Wizards when the Witch Hunts began shut themselves away from the rest of the world but not the Witches of the Little Witch Academia series.

Now for character interactions and their portrayals. Everyone is as cannon as possible! No messing with their genders, sexualities, or bashing! Deconstruction yes but only to reconstruction them later. Everyone has
10/28/2018 c7 Odin's Eye
I made a few mistakes in my request for my Persona request so I must send it again. I am only pestering you because I would love to see how you would pull of a Harry Potter and Persona series crossover. And I must ask once again ask what are your thoughts on a sequel series of stories or a spin off similar to this one with the Persona series?

Now seeing as Harry has a Horcrux in his scar why not make Harry Potter start with more than one Persona with the one he is supposed to summon ends up being to powerful so that soul fragment in his mind provided a new one until he is ready for Sigurd.

Let me give you my reasons why this should happen. Also if you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon as his primary Persona's because their is a lot of Norse influence with Harry if you look into it from a Viking Angle. Also on Harry's true Persona it should be Sigurd and his Awakened/Ultimate Persona is Odin as Harry has a lot in common with them both.

Lets start with Sigurd. Now lets talk about why Harry is like Sigurd. Sigurd slew Fafnir, an enemy who had a beef with Odin, a Dwarf turned Dragon had his family clash with Odin in ancient days like how Harry a descendent of Godric Gryffindor had a beef with Salazar Slytherin which broke up the founders team dynamic, and Harry had slain a Dragon like Sigurd in the Tri Wizard Tournament and a Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets which Fafnir in his Dragon form was described as a Serpent which coincidently some Norse Dragons were labeled as Lindworms a type of European Dragon. And Harry is the son of Lily and James Potter who were both heroes in the first Wizarding War against Voldemort which Odin was a sponsor of in times of war and great heroes in Norse Mythology claimed descent from Odin.

And like I said earlier, Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty. Harry has an Invisibility Cloak which Sigurd, a chosen Hero of Odin, Son of the hero Sigmund, descendent of Volsung who is a descendent of Odin himself had an invisibility cloak as well which is the same with the Valkyries. Also Sigurd has learned of Norse Magic's and how to use the Runes from a Valkyrie(it is either Krymhild or Brunhilde/Brynhilde depending on the version)such as Harry has often turned to Hermione for more knowledge on magic and their are Runes in the Harry Potter series. See my point on why Harry is like Sigurd?

Now lets go on to how Harry is like the Allfather of the Norse Gods. Odin, meaning Fury and The Furious, is the chief god in Norse mythology. He is associated with wisdom, war, battle, the Gallows, raging storms, death, creation, breathing consciousness and life into people, and also magic, poetry, prophecy, royalty, victory, Battle Fury, various states of consciences, Shamanism, and the hunt as Lord of the Wild Hunt. Harry has worked with Animals and has show empathy to many mystical beings, and has sought out advanced spells and has been a teacher in Dumbledor's Army like how Odin gave mankind the Runic Alphabet and Skaldic Poetry. Also like Odin Harry has hunted in the wilds when hunting down Voldemort's Horcruxes like how Odin is said to be the Master of The Wild Hunt in Scandinavian and Germanic Folklore and is always accompanied by his two ravens Hugin and Munin, his two wolves Freki and Geri, and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir. Going back to how Odin is tied to anger and how that ties to Harry, Harry Potter in cannon has always had a problem with controlling his emotions, most specifically his anger and is not above getting depressed.

Harry like Odin is the subject of Prophecy and yet seeks to learn more from prophecy, like with how Harry was tempted in the Department of Mysteries has sought out answers on his future twice and is a very powerful Wizard in his own right and Odin has sought out knowledge of the Future to try and prevent Ragnarok, the end of the world and the beginning of the new one. Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty which Odin was worshipped by the nobility among the Norse.

Their is more to how Harry is like Odin. Odin only has one eye because he bartered the other in order to drink from the well of Mimir and gain its knowledge. Odin has many abilities like astral projection, shapeshifting and control of the elements and weather. Odin also could read magic runes that no one else could since he had hung himself from the World Tree Yggdrasill while inflicting self-torture and dying in order to gain great knowledge but coming back from the dead and is said that in some earlier versions of the Poetic Edda it is said that the Mighty One coming from the West is thought to be Odin who rises from the Dead after Ragnarok more powerful than ever before.

Harry has come back with forbidden knowledge on the Soul and some idea of the afterlife and how he survived and became the Master of Death. Harry also has a defining injury in the form of his scar, and needs glasses to see and is willing to push himself to do what ever he can to protect his loved ones and has died and returned and has escaped certain death on more than one occasion. Harry has shape shifted before by using the Polyjuice Potion and in cannon Norse Mythology Odin seeks out knowledge to save the nine worlds from their destruction like how Harry is meant to save Wizarding Britain and succeeds in doing that.

Odin is the chief god of the Norse pantheon. Odin and his brothers Ve and Vili(Also known as Hodir and Lodur depending on the version)killed the first frost giant Ymir and built the Mortal World from his body. This can be similar to how at the end of Harry's Hogwarts years Harry and his surrogate brother Ron and surrogate sister Hermione built a new future for Wizarding England after slaying Voldemort. Odin is also the father of most of the gods, including Thor and Baldur, who was later killed by a manipulated Hod with a dart of mistletoe.

Harry is also a father to several sons in the days of The Cursed Child Play who in turn become heroes. Odin is associated with his spear Gungnir, and Harry is associated with his Holly and Phoenix Feather Wand, The Resurrection Stone, The Invisibility Cloak, and the Elder Wand, and The Sword of Gryffindor and his Invisibility Cloak as stated before.

In Ragnarok, Odin gets devoured by the monster wolf Fenrir but is avenged by his son Vali. However, some believe based on phrasings earlier in some versions on the text of the Poetic Edda that the mighty is in fact Odin rising from the dead after the final battle. Harry has returned from the dead from being struck by the Killing Curse by Voldemort at the Final Battle for the Wizarding World and had faced his destiny with honor(which was a big thing in Norse Mythology),to have Voldemort slain by destroying the Horcrux in his scar and trusting his friends to carry on the fight and Harry's own sons become heroes as well.

If you need more material to see my point, here is the list of works that make up Norse Mythology. Also I recommend you take look on TVTropes, Fate/Reach Out and A Demon Among Devils by The Crimson Lord. Trust me you will need it.

A Description of the Northern Peoples
• Gautrek's Saga
• Gesta Danorum
• Half's Saga
• Hrolf Kraki's Saga
• Poetic Edda
• Prose Edda
• Ragnar Lodbrok and His Sons
• The Saga of Arrow-Odd
• The Saga of Hervor and Heidrek
• "Sorli's Tale"
• The Tale of Norna-Gest
• Völsunga saga Nibelungenlied
• Wayland the Smith
• "Ynglinga Saga", the opening of Heimskringla.

Speaking of which if Harry does get Sigurd Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic, I am talking Norse Magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House, and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising or selling out his soul but first gets the entire Norse Pantheon as his first Persona's but Odin as his Awakened/Ultimate Persona.

If you go with my Persona Request, make Harry get go through the events of Persona 4 befitting the the Tarot and The Arcana.

In case you do not know The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards without suits: The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgment, The World, and The Fool. Cards from The Magician to The World are numbered in Roman numerals from I to XXI, while The Fool is the only unnumbered card, sometimes placed at the beginning of the deck as 0, or at the end as XXII.

The Minor Arcana consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits of 14 cards each; ten numbered cards and four court cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page/Jack, in each of the four tarot suits. with Harry Potter not able to use the magic's of Harry Potter in the TV World until he eventually he gets his Persona's and the Wild Card, and the World Arcana eventually allowing him to fight at his full potential.

Now if this is an idea for later that peeks your fancy before you go forward with this idea you have to know the differences between the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series of magic from the Harry Potter series.

Also it bears remembering the abilities of the Harry Potter series of magic when going on in this story.

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic.

The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Shadow, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a great distraction.

There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly.

It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.

The Shin Megami Tensei and Persona Series seems to involve two different methods. The first method for Shin Megami Tensei involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei series and has much more power but revolves around combat and usually when a human being is working with a supernatural entity as the usual source of those powers. Key word being usually.

The Persona Series involves utilizing Jungian Psychology and the Tarot and the Major Arcana with the utilization of ones own spiritual essence, ones own spirit in the image of people and fantastic beings from popular culture, world religions, and mythology in the Persona series but a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can eventually be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work.

Also I would love to see that Harry learns the various paths of mysticism and magic from the various religions and mythologies that the Persona's stem from without selling out or compromising on his soul just to make him even more powerful and give Voldemort some serious trouble.

In fact why not make Harry expand his mind and learn other mystical practices? When Harry does you should take a look at real world systems of mysticism like Norse magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, Runes(the Elder Futhark, the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc, the Younger Futhark, Rök runes, Hälsinge runes, Medieval runes, and the Dalecarlian runes), and Western Hermiticism and Western Alchemy which Harry ends up learning. Also seeing as Harry ends up living and training in the far east he should learn East Asian magic's like Taoism, Onmyōdō, Chi Magic, and East Asian Alchemy along with awakening his chakra's by following Buddhist practices just to gain enlightenment superpowers along with everything Harry can do in cannon and eventually becomes an Animagus taking the form of a Hawk.

Also befitting the fact that Merlin was in Harry Potter cannon and a student at Hogwarts Harry should learn Celtic Magic, Druidry, and Celtic Ogham befitting the old mythos of Merlin being a Druid, and some really old paths of Sorcery like Ancient Egyptian magic's along with Shamanism and all the arts associated and traditionally in Shamanism and Anime versions of Shamanism with all that entails in that art of magic along with getting better with his Fortune Telling skills such as learning more about and using the Tarot and the Arcana when he does some digging into the Tarot and Arcana.
10/28/2018 c7 Odin's Eye
Can I make a suggestion for a sequel series of stories or a spin off similar to this one? Because I would love to see how you would pull of a Harry Potter and Persona series crossover. Also I hope that this gives you some ideas for the Harry Potter crew.

If you need help on researching the Shin Megami Tensei series, take a look at the Megami Tensei wiki. Also I would love it if Harry Potter got the Wild Card and the entire Norse Pantheon as his first Persona's because their is a lot of Norse influence with Harry if you look into it. Also on Harry's first Persona it should be Sigurd and his Awakened Persona is Odin as Harry has a lot in common with them.

Lets start with Sigurd. Now lets talk about why Harry is like Sigurd. Sigurd slew Fafnir, an enemy who had a beef with Odin, a Dwarf turned Dragon had his family clash with Odin in ancient days like how Harry a descendent of Godric Gryffindor had a beef with Salazar Slytherin which broke up the founders team dynamic, and Harry had slain a Dragon like Sigurd in the Tri Wizard Tournament and a Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets which Fafnir in his Dragon form was described as a Serpent. And Harry is the son of Lily and James Potter who were both heroes in the first Wizarding War against Voldemort.

And like I said earlier, Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty. Harry has an Invisibility Cloak which Sigurd, a chosen Hero of Odin, Son of the hero Sigmund, descendent of Volsung who is a descendent of Odin himself had an invisibility cloak as well which is the same with the Valkyries. Also Sigurd has learned of Norse Magic's and how to use the Runes from a Valkyrie(it is either Krymhild or Brunhilde/Brynhilde depending on the version)such as Harry has often turned to Hermione for more knowledge on magic and their are Runes in the Harry Potter series. See my point on why Harry is like Sigurd?

Now lets go on to how Harry is like the Allfather of the Norse Gods. Odin, meaning Fury and The Furious, is the chief god in Norse mythology. He is associated with wisdom, war, battle, the Gallows, raging storms, death, creation, breathing consciousness and life into people, and also magic, poetry, prophecy, royalty, victory, Battle Fury, various states of consciences, Shamanism, and the hunt as Lord of the Wild Hunt. Harry has worked with Animals and has show empathy to many mystical beings, and has sought out advanced spells and has been a teacher in Dumbledor's Army like how Odin gave mankind the Runic Alphabet and Skaldic Poetry. Also like Odin Harry has hunted in the wilds like how Odin is said to be the Master of The Wild Hunt in Germanic Folklore and is always accompanied by his two ravens Hugin and Munin, his two wolves Freki and Geri, and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir.

Harry like Odin is the subject of Prophecy and yet seeks to learn more from prophecy, like with how Harry was tempted in the Department of Mysteries has sought out answers on his future twice and is a very powerful Wizard in his own right and Odin has sought out knowledge of the Future to try and prevent Ragnarok, the end of the world. Going back to how Odin is tied to anger and how that ties to Harry, Harry Potter in cannon has always had a problem with controlling his emotions, most specifically his anger. Harry is a descendent of the Perevel Brothers who are in turn the ancestors of the Founders of Hogwarts. So that fits Harry rather well as he is the descendent of royalty which Odin was worshipped by the nobility.

Their is more to how Harry is like Odin. Odin only has one eye because he bartered the other in order to drink from the well of Mimir and gain its knowledge. Odin has many abilities like astral projection, shapeshifting and control of the elements and weather. Odin also could read magic runes that no one else could since he had hung himself from the World Tree Yggdrasill while inflicting self-torture and dying in order to gain great knowledge but coming back from the dead and is said that in some earlier versions of the Poetic Edda it is said that the Mighty One coming from the West is thought that it is Odin who rises from the Dead after Ragnarok.

Harry has come back with forbidden knowledge on the Soul and some idea of the afterlife and how he survived and became the Master of Death. Harry also has a defining injury in the form of his scar, and is willing to push himself to do what ever he can to protect his loved ones and has died and returned and has escaped certain death on more than one occasion. Harry has shape shifted before by using the Polyjuice Potion and in this story and cannon Norse Mythology Odin seeks out knowledge to save the nine worlds from their destruction like how Harry is meant to save Wizarding Britain and succeeds in doing that.

Odin is the chief god of the Norse pantheon. Odin and his brothers Ve and Vili(Also known as Hodir and Lodur depending on the version)killed the frost giant Ymir and built the Mortal World from his body. This can be similar to how at the end of Harry's Hogwarts years Harry and his surrogate brother Ron and surrogate sister Hermione built a new future for Wizarding England after slaying Voldemort. Odin is also the father of most of the gods, including Thor and Baldur, who was later killed by a manipulated Hod with a dart of mistletoe. Harry is also a father to several sons in the days of The Cursed Child Play who in turn become heroes. Odin is associated with his spear Gungnir, and Harry is associated with his Holly and Phoenix Feather Wand, The Resurrection Stone, The Invisibility Cloak, and the Elder Wand, and The Sword of Gryffindor and his Invisibility Cloak as stated before.

In Ragnarok, Odin gets devoured by the monster wolf Fenrir but is avenged by his son Vali. However, some believe based on phrasings earlier in some versions on the text of the Poetic Edda that the mighty is in fact Odin rising from the dead after the final battle. Harry has returned from the dead from being struck by the Killing Curse by Voldemort at the Final Battle for the Wizarding World and had faced his destiny with honor(which was a big thing in Norse Mythology),to have Voldemort slain by destroying the Horcrux in his scar and trusting his friends to carry on the fight and Harry's own sons become heroes as well.

If you need more material to see my point, here is the list of works that make up Norse Mythology. Also I recommend you take look on TVTropes, Fate/Reach Out and A Demon Among Devils by The Crimson Lord. Trust me you will need it.

A Description of the Northern Peoples
• Gautrek's Saga
• Gesta Danorum
• Half's Saga
• Hrolf Kraki's Saga
• Poetic Edda
• Prose Edda
• Ragnar Lodbrok and His Sons
• The Saga of Arrow-Odd
• The Saga of Hervor and Heidrek
• "Sorli's Tale"
• The Tale of Norna-Gest
• Völsunga saga Nibelungenlied
• Wayland the Smith
• "Ynglinga Saga", the opening of Heimskringla.

Speaking of which if Harry does get Sigurd Harry has to learn Norse and Celtic Magic, I am talking Norse Magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, along with Celtic, Welsh, and Druidic Magic and Celtic Oghaam befitting the mythos of Merlin as an Old Celtic and Druidic religious figure who did go to Hogwarts in the Slytherin House, and the times the Vikings sacked the British Isles along with all of his cannon powers and learn the various paths of mysticism of all the world cultures that the various Persona's in the franchise originate from without compromising or selling out his soul but first gets the entire Norse Pantheon as his first Persona's but Odin as his Awakened/Ultimate Persona.

If you go with my Persona Request, make Harry get go through the events of Persona 4 with Harry Potter not able to use the magic's of HP in the TV World until he eventually he gets his Persona and the Wild Card, and the World Arcana allowing him to fight at his full potential.

Now if this is an idea for later that peeks your fancy before you go forward with this idea you have to know the differences between the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series of magic from the Harry Potter series. Also it bears remembering the skills of the Harry Potter series of magic when going on in this story.

HP spells can easily defy logic such as transfiguration by turning a table into a pig for instance, Can use multiple elements easily with no problem, can teleport, and can cast spells that can last for centuries at least and some artifacts keep their powers as fresh as the day they were created and it can do pretty much anything aside from creating food from thin air and raise the dead. Wizards while lacking in physical fitness and easily harmless once you disarm them most of them, excluding those who learn to cast wandless magic. The Magic in Harry Potter can also appear in people who have had no background in Magic as we see with Hermione Granger, and those with long standing in using magic do have some abilities that new comers usually do not have, barring some exceptions and as a individual wizard grows older, so do their spells, with practice and hard work and one of the greatest strengths about HP magic is the flexibility. Transfiguration and conjuration are extremely powerful and flexible. Those two schools are underused in cannon HP. Transfiguring gasses, or acid, or super glue in large amounts. While a transfigured animal might not be a threat to a Dragon, one that effectively comes out of no where from behind them would still be dangerous and a distraction. There are also plenty of elemental effects that would be strong. A thought and a word give Harry a flame thrower, or a fire hose, freezes the water, blows huge winds. The ability to throw large objects around with magic is very dangerous. Boulders and trees could come flying from any direction. Invisibility, confusion/mind control, blinding light, darkness, teleportation, detection spells to find people, magical force fields and shields and walls, wards. HP magic can do almost anything, and a lot of the time it can do it quickly. It's not the colored lights that they shoot around in most of cannon HP that makes Wizards dangerous, evidence of this fact is that the two most dangerous Wizards in HP cannon, Voldemort and Dumbledore, barely use normal curses when they fight. This is due to J.K. Rowling basing the magic's of the Harry Potter world in real world mystical folklore.

The Shin Megami Tensei and Persona Series seems to involve two different methods. The first method for Shin Megami Tensei involves invoking of demons, angels, Pagan Gods, and other supernatural entities in the Shin Megami Tensei series and has much more power but revolves around combat and usually when a human being is working with a supernatural entity as the usual source of those powers. Key word being usually.

The Persona Series involves utilizing Jungian Psychology and the Tarot and the Major Arcana with the utilization of ones own spiritual essence, ones own spirit in the image of people and fantastic beings from popular culture, world religions, and mythology in the Persona series but a Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but can be summoned outside of those circumstances with enough hard work. The Persona can only be summoned under special circumstances but this can be circumvented over time and hard work.

Also I would love to see that Harry learns the various paths of mysticism and magic from the various religions and mythologies that the Persona's stem from without selling out or compromising on his soul just to make him even more powerful and give Voldemort some serious trouble.
10/28/2018 c7 God-King Ghidora
You my friend are a true fan of both Harry Potter and Persona 3 and it shows as you are truly portraying all the characters as themselves. I tip my hat to you.

Now I have to ask. Do you take requests? If so I have one that I think is awesome and it is one of the requests that I had Fricat P. put up but it is a little outdated. So if it is not to much trouble can you take up my updated story request? I hope you take this up or post it on your story page. Now if you cannot do this challenge can you at least put this in your profile and consider doing it at a later time? I would honestly appreciate it. That is all I am asking.

A Wizard among Warriors part 1: Parings. Lets get this out of the way right now so we do not have to address it later. In the Ikkitousen Manga Kanu is bisexual and has been seen flirting with Koukin specifically in the Manga's English version while having feelings for Gentoku Ryuubi. So here is my request. It would be awesome if Koukin got with Kanu Uncho and Gentoku Ryuubi. Now Harry has a three women Harem in the form of Hakafu, Ryoumou, and Ryofu Housen. The other members of the cast can find romantic partners from either series and so long as its believable and fits their cannon characters.

A Wizard among Warriors Part 2: Harry's adventures. In the Harry Potter Movies chronology Harry was born in 1991 if you follow when the films came out so that should happen as Harry goes through the adventures in the Ikkitousen Manga and Anime as that would better help merge the timelines of both series as both worlds must be merged. Now Harry has to go through the events of the Manga or the first and second seasons of the Ikkitousen Anime(fun fact the later installments of the Ikkitousen Anime did their own thing and only used the Manga as inspiration)and all the Harry Potter books and later parts of the Ikkitousen Anime.

A Wizard Among Warriors Part 3: Harry's powers. Harry has to gain all his cannon skills and spells from his Hogwart's Years, The Deathly Hallows, and a Magatama of a Dragon Spirit and be on the level of a full powered Gold Jeweled Toushi so he can hold his own against the Death Eaters and other Toushi who want his head on a silver plate. Harry can also have the skills of the Western and Eastern mages from Negima!? But only the spells and skills of those mages so he can hold his own with the best. He has to work, and work hard to master these powers. Harry should not be a prodigy or genius, just a hard worker with some measure of talent. Also the Dragon that lives in his Magatama ate the Horcrux of Tom Riddle and Harry has all of Voldemort's non dark lord powers and has the knowledge and skills that Voldemort had as Tom Riddle just so he can get a leg up on his Hogwarts schooling and obtain his cannon powers and equipment much sooner. Harry should expand his mystic arsenal and gain other powers in HP cannon like Harry becoming an Animagus when he learns his parents were ones and his Animagus transformation makes him take the form of a gold and black scaled Western like European Dragon with traits of a East Asian Dragon(His dragon form has Two long horns on his head with silver hair, with it being a reptilian quadruped with four legs, Two Wings, a long tail that ends with an arrowhead but with fur on the end of it and with the whiskers of a Chinese Dragon with near impenetrable scales that are imbued with the energy of Ying and Yang and every scale having enough mystical power to light up the world for 100 years)with all the powers of real world Dragon Lore and Mythology from Europe and Asia.

Also you should take a look at real world systems of mysticism like Norse magic's such as Gandr, Seidr, Runes(the Elder Futhark, the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc, the Younger Futhark, Rök runes, Hälsinge runes, Medieval runes, and the Dalecarlian runes), and Western Hermiticism and Western Alchemy. Also befitting the fact that Merlin was in Harry Potter cannon and a student at Hogwarts Harry should learn Celtic Magic, Druidry, and Celtic Ogham befitting the old mythos of Merlin being a Druid, and some really old paths of Sorcery like Ancient Egyptian magic's with Shamanism along with getting better with his Fortune Telling skills such as learning and using the Tarot. I am talking about The Arcana.

The Major Arcana(greater secrets), consists of 22 cards without suits: The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgment, The World, and The Fool. Cards from The Magician to The World are numbered in Roman numerals from I to XXI, while The Fool is the only unnumbered card, sometimes placed at the beginning of the deck as 0, or at the end as XXII.

The Minor Arcana (lesser secrets) consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits of 14 cards each; ten numbered cards and four court cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page/Jack, in each of the four tarot suits.

Now seeing as Harry will end up living and training primarily in the far east he should learn East Asian magic's like Taoism, Onmyōdō, Chi Magic, and East Asian Alchemy along with awakening his chakra's following Buddhist practices to gain enlightenment superpowers.

Now Harry should expand his mind and learn other anime series systems of magic and magic powers like all the powers of the Dark Magician and it's various counterparts across the Yu-Gi-Oh Franchise, The magic's of the Card Captor Sakura series, The Magicians(from the Scy-Fy TV series) and finally for Harry to be something of a titan of magic and a innovator for later Harry discovered and devised the magic systems found in the Nasuverse of Fate/Stay Night and worked to merge science and sorcery like in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series of magic as he invented it and developed and Harry also learns Shamanism and all the arts associated with it and can use it in a manner like in the Shaman King Franchise and Harry gains it in both ways from the Shaman King Anime and Manga and traditionally in Shamanism.

A Wizard Among Warriors Part 4: Harry's enemies. Harry's enemies have to be know pushovers, The Death Eaters have to expand their arsenal and evolve to be credible threats, with Voldemort as Harry's worst enemy. Harry also has to face Toushi that the Ikkitousen cast such as evil Toushi and those who join the Death Eaters. They have to obtain incredible powers to face Harry as all Epic Heroes needs Epic Villains to face. Harry has to face foes from both the Harry Potter universe, such as those from all the books and movies and opponents from both the Ikkitousen Anime and Manga just to bring in both worlds enemies and add to the charm. The Death Eaters also expand their ranks to take in Fallen Toushi and evil ones so we can have that bit of crossover Magic. You can bring in the antagonists from the Great Guardians Ikkitousen ova series and Toushi who still want power like Kaku Bunwa to spice things up.

A Wizard Among Warriors Part 5: Harry's new family. When Harry was little more than three the Grunnings drilling company that Vernon Dursley works at was bought by a Japanese business firm so they are forced to move to Japan. After moving to Japan Harry's abuse by the hands of the Dursley's was exposed to his school teachers. Now Harry has to be taken in by one of the Masters who are in the know about the Wizarding World and seek to break the destiny of The Magatama holding the Toushi of the Kanto Region of Japan and so the Master raises him for that purpose and later confronting the destiny as The Boy Who Lived.

A Wizard Among Warriors Part 6: Character portrayals. No Bashing or turning Good Guys bad! I am sick of good guys being character bashed into the ground when they were never meant to be evil! it drives me nuts and I am tired of it! That is all I have to say on this topic! Everyone is as cannon as possible in this crossover. Deconstruct them yes but only to reconstruct them later.
10/21/2018 c7 6FinchFlyingAce
Good to see you’re back! The only thing I’m sad about is that Makoto’s evoker isn’t a gun anymore. I always loved seeing the shocked reactions to that in crossovers.
10/17/2018 c7 22Zantetsuken Reverse
This is interesting. Makoto and Ryoji, at Hogwarts. Ryoji, a TA? I wonder when/how Ryoji and Pharos would be revealed as the same person. I mean, they know the Order brought two people, and Hermione guessed that one was a child and the other was a teenager because she heard Pharos's voice, but now they know it's two teenagers. Maybe they suspect an extra person the Order isn't telling them about.
Will the Harry Potter cast get Personas(e)? I get the feeling that Hermione would be Hierophant since she teaches, Fred and George would be Sun because of optimism, Neville as Hermit or Strength because he's stronger than he thinks, Luna as Priestess because she keeps esoteric knowledge, Harry would be Hanged Man because of sacrifice, and maybe Ron as Magician.
Also, it would be interesting how the Sorting Hat works with a sentient Shadow and someone with a dozen Personas in his mind. Or even if they'd be in the same House.
10/17/2018 c7 2Mr. Haziq
Wow. Makoto is like a veteran soldier here.
10/17/2018 c7 TrueSamael
Oh man, I'd forgotten all about this story, I have to say this was a pleasant surprise to see in my notifications.

Stories getting closer to what will no doubt be the pants-crapping terror of Minato well doing pretty much anything, to be honest.
10/16/2018 c7 2RelentlessDarkness
Great chapter! I only have one nitpick - you keep saying 'Voldermolt'.
It's 'Voldemort'.
7/26/2018 c6 22Zantetsuken Reverse
I'm curious as to where this will go. How long will they be able to keep Pharos/Ryoji's secret? How will they defend themselves against Shadows? And what do the kids think of the two of them?
8/2/2017 c6 Pikapalsforever12
This is awesome! Can't wait till the next chapter!
2/7/2017 c6 Ryoji Mochizuki
interesting
1/20/2017 c6 20blackkyu
haha, allot of things going on, poor Makoto. I'm glad those two are together though, it'll make things a tad easier for them. Thanks for the update and staying with the story! Looking forward to the next chap!
1/19/2017 c6 3Ashzaroth
Love to see that you returned. A good chapter, I feel that your representation of Makoto is as good as anyone could make it
Also like his memory loss and apparent psychological damage caused by Nyarlahotep.
Can't wait for the next chapter!
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