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6/13/2018 c7 Kaiser Dragon
Well Well, Looks like Harry is admitting that he also done did goof up just like Dumbledore. That is good development.
6/13/2018 c7 Midgardsormr Jr
Oh yeah! We are getting some real development now! I am loving that Harry Potter had the strength and intelligence to realize we are all flawed and make mistakes.
6/13/2018 c7 Thunder Dragon
Yes! You made Dumbledore apologize and come clean. Also nice touch on the Skylanders lore
6/13/2018 c7 Ikki
I know right? Okay time to work. Harry Potter you made the right choice. It is easy to hold a grudge, but it is harder to forgive.
6/13/2018 c7 Black Fang
Okay I understand. thanks for being nice. Time to review. Dumbledore is opening up and telling the truth. I approve. Good luck!
6/12/2018 c7 7Nianque
How long do you consider 10 generations to be? I've guessed 25 years considering the rate of growth for Spyro and Cynder, but you say several millenia have passed since the 19th purple dragon instead of only 750 years. Doesn't appear to be time dilation going on either; so we must have radically different ideas on how long a dragon takes to mature.

Also will Harry be learning any of the other elements? LoS has 9 elements (including water which no names character had) and purple dragons could create new elements. Shadow is the most useful though :)
6/12/2018 c7 1bob19h
hey could you add harry getting a dragonfly as a companion? like as a tradition from the first purple dragons brother. that or ron gets turned into one if he enters the dragon realms. just a suggestion not a demand.
6/11/2018 c6 Black Fang
Oh yeah, the team is gathering, Albus is owning up to his mistakes, and Voldemort had better be ready to meet his maker.

Now I have to ask. Do you take challenges? If so I have one that I think would be awesome! It is a Avengers The Earth's Mightiest Heroes 2012, and Harry Potter crossover.

The Story is rated T and the Genre is Adventure/Family.

The Children of Thunder Part 1: The Stories beginning. First off take the Child of the Storm series and use it as a template and inspiration with Harry Potter being the son of Thor in the same manner as the Child of the Storm series story but you must implement elements of the Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow with Harry having a half sister in Torunn Thorsdóttir and but she was raised in Asgard with her parents. That would be awesome and would make for good drama between the siblings but they eventually reconcile and develop a sibling bond as strong as steel so they wont turn out like Thor and Loki's sibling relationship as Loki is still evil in this story. And the story takes place 2 years after the events of The Avengers Earths Mightiest Heroes from 2012 with the team as one solid group of friends but Harry is only 3 years into his Hogwarts education. Starting his third year to be precise.

The Children of Thunder crossover Part 2: The Children of the Aesir. Harry has to have all the powers from all the books and in your Child of the Storm(excluding his ties with the Phoenix Force in that story, you can do something else that is unique)with Norse Magic's like Gandr, Seidr, and the Norse Runes and eventually having all the powers of Thor added to his own after lifting his father's hammer during the stories final arc and having his own Hammer that is shaped like the one in the Marvel Ultimate Comics that Ultimate Thor has and learns Celtic Magic and Druidic Magic due to his British Heritage but grows to be his sister's equal in weapons. Also to make it fair Torunn Thorsdóttir has all the powers of Thor and Sif before they end up getting a power up. However Torunn Thorsdóttir has to gradually develop those powers and the same applies to her brother. No instant mastery for anyone! Everyone in the story has to train and work hard to master their new powers! Also seeing as Tolkien borrowed so much from Norse Mythology and so did Marvel Comics with Thor, I think it would be awesome that Harry obtains the powers and equipment of Talion from Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Middle Earth: Shadow of War when you go for 100% completion in both of those games but with an Asgardian boost along with everything Harry Potter can do in the Books, And The Cursed Child Play and his new powers. Also you can use more ideas from Norse Mythology and some Video Game adaptations of the Norse Mythos. In fact take a look at the Valkyrie Profile Game series, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir with Harry and The Trio getting the weapons and skills of all the protagonists from Odin Sphere Leifthrasir at 100% Completion for their powers and maybe ideas for storylines for a later date with the same with Elder Scrolls Skyrim. Obviously who gets what weapons and powers and abilities is up to you. That would be enough to make these kids their own kind of powerful and skilled enough in weapons, and hand to hand combat to back up their magic skills and give the kids respect amongst the Norse Gods after having to save the Nine Worlds of Norse Mythology.

The Children of Thunder Part 3: World Building and the Gods of Asgard.
For Asgard it must be like a mixture of the MCU and Marvel Earth 616 and The Marvel Universe and the Harry Potter world is one universe, with elements from the comics to elements of the MCU and the Harry Potter storylines with Harry learning to embrace his Asgardian heritage and goes through the events of the books and some of the greatest Thor comic storylines, The greatest Avengers comic storylines and the events of the Harry Potter Books and the storylines from some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies and some elements from Amalgam Comics and finally expand and resolve on plot points that were never fully realized on The Avengers: Earths Mightiest Heroes 2012. On Implementing the Amalgam Comics idea, see Thor: The Dark World with an Incursion style event. For the Incursion Style event the DC Universe met it's destruction and evil New Gods like Darkside and his court try to restore their universe by destroying this universe, along with the evil New Gods the good New Gods and the Source(which is just a sentient Cosmic Force in this story)were the only things to survive. All of the good New Gods eventually die in the battle to save the Asgardian Royal Family and all the Evil New Gods are eventually slain as well after the Royal Asgardians get a power up along with the strongest non royal Asgardians by offering up their powers to both the Royals and The Warriors Three along with The Source and the knowledge of their Magitech so their legacy can live on.

The House of Odin ends getting the Major New Gods powers and the Magitech of the New Gods and the rest of Asgardian Race gains access to the Magitech of the New Gods bumping themselves up. Thor ends up gaining the powers of Orion added to his own and Thor also eventually gains all the powers of all his incarnations from Marvel Comics and eventually his Marvel Ultimate counter part as well but Thor has always had all the ones from Earth 616. Odin ends obtaining the powers of High Father alongside his cannon ones from Earth 616 Marvel with all his comic incarnations and the Odinforce is a fusion of both it's Marvel Ultimate Universe, Avengers 2012, and Marvel Comics Earth 616 incarnations with it being born from the Sacrifice of Villi and Ve Odin's two brothers to save Odin as well as to best Surtur, and becoming the life force of Asgard as well as The Odinforce being able to be passed down. After the Twilight of The New Gods event the Source ends up permanently merging with the Odinforce. Frigga now has the abilities of Bekka and again all the powers of the Marvel Earth 616 comics with the powers of Beautiful Dreamer. Loki Laufeyson has all the powers of all his Marvel Comics incarnations powers and gains the abilities of Steppenwolff and D'sadd. Sif gains the abilities of Big Barda along with her cannon ones, and the Royal Families' Associates end up gaining the powers of the rest of the major New Gods and the Source which in this story is just a cosmic force which Odin claims for himself and Asgard which is permanently fused with the Odin Force with the rest of the Asgardians getting the Magitech and the non major New Gods powers. This would be awesome as it shows how dangerous Thanos and Surtur are to the universe that the Gods need a power up. Thanos after Darksied's death gets the corpse of Darksied and the technology of Brainiac which was used to bring the New Gods to the Marvel Universe.

The Children of Thunder Part 4: The Earths Superheroes, Super villains, and their powers. The other Superheroes from the MCU and Fox TV and their Movie series must also appear and be allies to Harry and the Avengers with all their cannon powers from across the Marvel Comic book franchise but have their Marvel 616 main powers first with the abilities in the Marvel films. To strengthen the Avengers they end up gaining more of their powers from the mainstream comics and some of the weaknesses to balance them out including retcons and former powers and other powers from Marvel's alternate continuities such as the Marvel Ultimate Universe but their Cannon backstories are all from the Marvel Earth 616 continuity. The same power up principle applies to the Super Villains and Voldemort.

Voldemort not only needs to keep all his cannon powers from all the books but also has to transform himself into a true nightmare. Voldemort has to incorporate the powers of a Vampire, Bogart, and Dementor, along with learning other Dark Magic's such as Voldemort learning Demonology, Necromancy, Norse Magic, Celtic Magic, Dark Greco/Roman Magic, and gain the powers of the Dark Creatures that he pit's against Harry in cannon to bump himself up the food chain and become the monster the Wizarding World sees him as and a legitimate threat. Voldemort should have the venom of the Basilisk as his blood and in his teeth which can kill most people in a single bite, the killing gaze of the eyes of the Basilisk which he can turn on and off, drain the blood, souls, and all emotion and happiness of his victims like a Dementor and Vampire to power himself up and recover from injuries, and to restore his magic. Voldemort also now has the strength and magic resistance of a HP Troll and HP Giant. Voldemort can also take the form of what his opponent fears most like a Boggart and draws strength from fear, and like a snake he can shed off his old body to restore himself at his best but only with intense concentration so it is useless in a fight. Voldemort now also has a healing factor and can also regenerate his body without outside help such as limbs, bones, and vital organs but it takes time and if you include Voldemort's Horcruxes he will not be able to die unless those are destroyed. Voldemort when he get's the Elder Wand should also learn to use dark matter, and gain ESP and Telepathy and learn dark voodoo(see Doctor Facilie from Disney's version of The Princess and the Frog)and grows stronger the more death he deals as well as the more important the people he kills are, and the more fear their is in the world. Voldemort must become a humanoid abomination who is the symbolic devil to Harry's savior and the nightmare of the Wizarding World!

The Children of Thunder Part 5: Parings. Harry has to hook up with either Ginny Weasley, Fleur Delacour, or Hermione Granger. If Harry hooks up with Ginny than Ron Weasley gets with Hermoine just like cannon. If Harry gets with Hermione, Ron gets with Fleur, Torunn Thorsdóttir can hook up with Neville Longbottom after he takes a level in badass. Thor is obviously with Sif but had a bit of a fall out with Sif until they got back together later hence why he had a thing for Jane Foster. Hawkeye gets with Black Widow, Hank Pym and Janet get together after they resolve their problems, Tony Stark and Pepper Pots get together and Carol Danvers get's with James Rhodey.

The Children of Thunder Part 6: Character Portrayals and Development. No Bashing, Gender Bending, Changing Sexualities, or making them out as paragons or renegades or something they are not! That is the cardinal rule! All of the Characters in the story are as cannon like as possible under these circumstances and both series cast must develop in a believable way that fits them for the better! But both series casts must gradually evolve when they end up dealing with the others setting.

The Children of Thunder Part 7: Ending. Their must be a Happy ending! But to be clear the series finale has to take place at the end of Harry Potter's school years and the Avengers Infinity War comic series to tie everything up with the future of earth being bright as Harry Potter and Torunn Thorsdóttir and The Avengers and their associates working to bridge the Muggle and Magical Worlds to build a greater future for both worlds which they succeed at doing. Making Earth a much better and brighter place to live.
6/7/2018 c1 1MeinNameIstHase
Luna really is well suited for the mysterious wizard adviser role.
6/6/2018 c6 Ikki
First, I have to ask, what are your thoughts on the Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot Death Battle episode. Second. Here are some new powers for Voldemort. Voldemort has to incorporate the powers of a Vampire, a Werewolf, a Bogart, and a Dementor with all his cannon powers along with learning Dark Magic's such as Voldemort learning Necromancy, Norse Magic, Celtic Magic, Dark Greco/Roman Magic, The Dark Magics of the Spyro Universe and gain the powers of the Dark Creatures that he pit's against Harry in cannon to bump himself up the food chain and become the monster the British Wizarding World sees him.

Voldemort should have the venom of the Basilisk as his blood and in his teeth which can kill most people in a single bite, the killing gaze of the eyes of the Basilisk which he can turn on and off, drain the blood, souls, and all emotion and happiness of his victims like a Dementor and Vampire to power himself up and recover from injuries, and to restore his magic. Voldemort also now has the brute strength and magic resistance of a HP Troll and HP Giant and take the form of a humanoid wolf like creature like the werewolves in the Harry Potter films but can do so at will without the full moon and can control it. Voldemort can also take the form of what his opponent fears most like a Boggart and draws strength from fear to grow more powerful, and like a snake he can shed off his old body to restore himself at his best but only with intense concentration so it is useless in a fight.

Voldemort to further mock Harry can take the form of a Winged Serpent and can fly, and after mutating and transforming himself can use the Fear, Shadow, Poison, and Magic elements like Cynder without Wind, can use Aether like Cynder and like Malefore he delves into Dark Aether and goes into his dark form but keep his mind and agency, and seeks out the Sorcerer from Spyro the Dragon: Shadow Legacy to grow even more powerful, backstabs him, learns the spells from the Sorceress abandoned library, tries to use the Spell that The Sorceress tried to use in Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon to make herself immortal, learns the spell to turn gems into warriors and soldiers like Gnasty Gnorc did in the very first Spyro The Dragon game.

Voldemort now also has a healing factor and can also regenerate his body without outside help such as limbs, bones, and vital organs but it takes time and if you include Voldemort's Horcruxes he will not be able to die unless those are destroyed and be near impossible to put down. Voldemort when he get's the Elder Wand should also learn to use dark matter, and gain ESP and Telepathy and learn dark voodoo(see Doctor Facilie from Disney's version of The Princess and the Frog) Voldemort must become more of a humanoid abomination who is the symbolic devil to Harry's savior just to be a better foil and the nightmare of the Wizarding World!
6/6/2018 c6 Ikki
Okay seeing as Harry is getting stronger. I would love it if Voldemort not only needs to keep all his cannon powers but also has to transform himself into a true nightmare to pose a threat to Harry and his new friends. first here is cannon.

Voldemort was regarded to be the most powerful and dangerous Dark wizard of all time, possibly surpassing even Gellert Grindelwald. His followers noted that he possessed knowledge of magic that nobody could possibly imagine, and even Albus Dumbledore himself once stated that Voldemort had likely been the most brilliant student that Hogwarts had ever seen.

Magical Mastery: Even at a young age, Voldemort was able to utilize magic without the use of a wand or even knowing the very existence of magic itself: he had a power to move objects with his mind, to communicate with and control animals, and even inflict harm on those who opposed or annoyed him. This unnaturally high level of control marked him a prodigy even as a child, and as an adult, Voldemort was generally considered to be the most dangerous Dark Wizard who had ever existed, with enough skill to fight competently against even an Elder Wand-wielding Albus Dumbledore. He claimed he had experimented and pushed the boundaries of magic farther than they had ever been pushed, and that if he were to be granted a teaching position, he could teach students things that they could gain from no other wizard. Dumbledore himself also acknowledged that Voldemort's knowledge of magic was more extensive than any wizard alive, and that even his most powerful protective spells and charms were unlikely to be effective if Voldemort was at full power. This degree of power, coupled with his blatant lack of morals, made him an extremely dangerous adversary indeed. Very few were safe from Voldemort's might, notably Dumbledore & Alastor Moody were the only single wizards capable of casting defense charms that kept Voldemort at bay.

Dark Arts: Voldemort was incredibly talented in the Dark Arts, widely considered to be the most powerful practitioner of the Dark Arts the world had ever known, possibly surpassing even Gellert Grindelwald. He has a masterful knowledge of the most unknown and complex magic that a Dark wizard was capable of, and was also a masterful practitioner of all three Unforgivable Curses, with a special affinity for the Killing Curse, having murdered enough people to create an entire army of Inferi, and was known to have cast this curse effectively while still under-aged. Voldemort was also capable of developing Dark spells, hexes, charms, jinxes, and powerful curses: he placed one on the position of Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher after being refused the post by Dumbledore, and another on Marvolo Gaunt's Ring to protect it after it had been made it into a Horcrux. On both counts, not even Dumbledore could lift the curse or jinx completely.

Dueling: Voldemort was a duelist of frighteningly tremendous, almost unrivalled skill, being able to hold his own against the Elder Wand-wielding Albus Dumbledore, and even duel evenly with Minerva McGonagall, Kingsley Shacklebolt and Horace Slughorn (who were masterful duelists themselves) simultaneously. During his duel with McGonagall, Slughorn, and Shacklebolt, the combined trio failed to bring him down and Voldemort defeated all three of them with a single blast after being infuriated at the death of Bellatrix, despite the fact that he had not unlocked the Elder Wand's full power, and they were all protected by Harry's loving sacrifice. He was also able to overpower many other prodigious witches and wizards, such as the extremely skilled Amelia Bones, and later also murdered the extremely powerful ex-Auror, Alastor Moody. Voldemort's duelling style was, ironically, much like Dumbledore's in its unpredictability: he could instinctively switch styles in the blink of an eye, and was extremely aggressive, using powerful Dark magic to overwhelm his opponents. Apparently, he only chose to face opponents whom he saw as worthy adversaries. The only time Voldemort was ever forced to retreat from a duel was during his confrontation with Dumbledore in the Ministry of Magic.

Potions: Voldemort may have invented his own potion, known as the Emerald Potion (or the Drink of Despair), which he used to protect Salazar Slytherin's Locket within the Horcrux cave. He also guided Peter Pettigrew into concocting a Dark and complex Regeneration potion which resurrected him to corporeal form and full power. He was also the likely inventor of the Rudimentary body potion, which Peter used to enable him to assume an extremely weak, barely-alive physical form.

Charms: When Voldemort arrived at Hogwarts to steal Dumbledore's wand, he cast upon himself a Disillusionment Charm that was said to hide him from his own eyes. He also Summoned the Sorting Hat to punish Neville for opposing him.

Fire spells: Like Albus Dumbledore, Voldemort had an incredible proficiency for manipulating and creating the element of fire: he non-verbally and wandlessly created an enormous serpent of fire to attack Dumbledore and Harry during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, and burned Neville with a flick of his wand when he defied him. He also unleashed a maelstrom of colossal firestorms on Harry after discovering that the latter had survived, screaming with rage whilst doing so - this supports the fact that his fury will make him more dangerous and destructive in this particular art.

Apparition: Voldemort was a master of Apparition, and he used this ability frequently during his duel with Albus Dumbledore to change his position and avoid spells. Voldemort is the only known wizard besides Dumbledore to be able to apparate silently.

Control of Underage magic: Even before being told that he was a wizard, or having any knowledge of magic or the wizarding world at all, the young Voldemort displayed an exceptional degree of control over his usage of underage magic, which he used to torment many of the other children at the orphanage. He was able to move objects with his mind, control animals to do his bidding, and even make bad things happen to those who annoyed him. Even Dumbledore commented that his powers were surprisingly well-developed for his young age, and that his level of control over them had made him uneasy.

Occlumency and Legilimency: Voldemort was incredibly adept in the use of both Occlumency and Legilimency, being able to shield his own mind and penetrate the minds of others. He was particularly skilled in Legilimency, and gained a reputation as one of the most accomplished Legilimens the world has ever seen. His frighteningly tremendous Legilimency powers allowed Voldemort to delve and peer deep into the minds of others, seeing their deepest thoughts, and according to Severus Snape, Voldemort could not only read, but also control and unhinge the minds of others, with him often enjoying telepathically invading the minds of others, creating visions designed to torture them into madness (such as the one he sent to Harry Potter in 1996), and only killing them "after extracting the last exquisite ounce of agony", when he had them literally begging for death. Hence, Voldemort could almost always tell when someone was lying. However, when Narcissa Malfoy lied that Harry Potter was dead, Voldemort notably believed her. The most remarkable part about this skill was that he seemed to be working on it while he was still a child in the orphanage. Extremely few people were skilled enough in Occlumency to shield themselves from him. Severus Snape, Albus Dumbledore, Gellert Grindelwald, and also possibly Narcissa Malfoy were notable exceptions to this. Additionally, Harry Potter, despite his link to Voldemort's mind, discovered that he could block Voldemort's intrusions into his mind by feeling love, as direct contact with Harry's mind while he was feeling love was excruciatingly painful for Voldemort with his maimed and diminished soul.

Flying: Voldemort was able to fly without support, defying the law of magic that states objects can only fly through use of a flying charm. He first exhibited this flying ability when in pursuit of Harry Potter over Little Whinging. He frequently used his ability to fly throughout the Second Wizarding War, and was known to have taught Severus Snape how to duplicate the feat.

Parseltongue: Voldemort was a Parselmouth, a trait he inherited from his ancestor, Salazar Slytherin. It seems that most of his Gaunt ancestors (even his mother, grandfather and uncle) inherited this highly unusual trait; such traits are commonly passed down through families through inbreeding, a practice employed by the Gaunt family.

Horcruxes: Voldemort is the only wizard who was known for certain to have created more than one Horcrux. These Horcruxes were Salazar Slytherin's locket, Helga Hufflepuff's cup, Nagini, the Gaunt family ring, his school diary, Rowena Ravenclaw's diadem, and Harry Potter himself.

Transfiguration: Voldemort transfigured Dumbledore's fire-rope into a black snake during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries. He tends to craft silver objects of reasonable durability through conjuration, as seen when he created an artificial silver forearm and hand for Peter Pettigrew non-verbally. He later produced a silver shield against Dumbledore's spells.

Spell creation: The spell Morsmordre, which summons the Dark Mark in the sky, was one of Voldemort's own inventions. He and his followers used it to summon a floating, green Dark Mark, usually over the houses of their victims. He also invented the method of true, unsupported flight (a feat long considered impossible), and taught it to several of his followers.

Inferi creation and control: Voldemort is the only wizard mentioned to have the ability to create and control Inferi, and an army at that, though it is implied that other Dark Wizards, such as Gellert Grindelwald, had used or intended to use them. Indeed, Voldemort was capable of spawning and unleashing an enormous and overwhelmingly powerful horde of Inferi and manipulate them to do a certain task only. Why he refrained from adding Inferi to his attack force when he engaged in the Battle of Hogwarts is unknown, since Inferi could endure phenomenal amounts of damage, even from Killing Curses and Sectumsempra, and simply get up and continue attacking.

Power of possession: Voldemort has the power to possess living creatures, and gain complete control over their actions by doing so. Once the possession is done, the victims will have no knowledge of what happened. When he lost his body from a rebounding Killing Curse, which left him in a spectral form, possession was the only power that remained with him. This form of possession shortens the lifespan of the small animals he inhabits, and in the terms of wizards, his face would appear on the back of their head. In this case, it would seem that his possession is partial, as Quirrell had some (albeit little) control over his actions. It also shortened the host wizard's life, but he was able to extend it via unicorn blood. Compounded with his skill in Legilimency, even when his body was restored, he was able to possess Harry Potter temporarily, causing him great agony and forcing him to speak in Voldemort's own voice. However, Harry's grief over Sirius's death forced Voldemort out of his body. It is unknown if he could physically enter and take over another's body while his own body was restored.

Wandless and Nonverbal magic: Voldemort was also capable of using spells wandlessly and non-verbally, and displayed a proficiency for telekinesis: he used his hand to telekinetically remove the masks from the Death Eaters who returned to him after his rebirth while he scolded them, disarmed Harry Potter with a simple wave of his arm during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, and pushed a dead giant out of his way with a lazy wave of his hand during the Battle of Hogwarts. He was also able to cast simple charms, Dark spells and other more advanced forms of magic without requiring to speak, which include even Cruciatus and Killing Curses. His most advantageous achievement with this art is when he conjured a gigantic towering snake made of Fiendfyre (which visibly startled even Dumbledore), doing so simultaneously nonverbally and wandlessly.

Wand versatility: Voldemort has shown the ability to use wands other than his own with no handicap. In 1997, he used Lucius Malfoy's wand for a period of time, and could even effectively cast a Killing Curse on Charity Burbage. Later, during the same year, he intended on using Selwyn's wand, though this did not come to be. In the following year, he took ownership of the Elder Wand; despite not unlocking the wand's full power, he was still able to use his usual level of magic (which was described by himself and Snape to be extraordinary), being able to hold his own against three extremely skilled opponents all at once.

Charisma: Even at a young age, Voldemort displayed a talent for the manipulation of others, being able to manipulate Horace Slughorn into telling him about Horcruxes and gain the trust of every teacher in Hogwarts, apart from Albus Dumbledore. He also surrounded himself with a group of friends who would become Death Eaters, though Voldemort felt no affection for any of them. Sirius Black noted that Voldemort also used tricks, jinxes, and blackmail to get people to join him. Even when his physical body and magical powers were severely weakened, Voldemort was able to use his charisma to manipulate Quirinus Quirrell into serving him, when Quirrell originally intended to be the other way around.

Acting: Besides his formidable magical skills and extensive knowledge of magic, Tom proved to be a consummate actor, being able to hide his true nature from almost everyone in Hogwarts except Dumbledore. He was able to convince virtually all of the Hogwarts staff and instructors that his façade of being a model student was his true personality and was able to avoid detection of having opened the Chamber of Secrets.

Leadership skills: Under his leadership, the forerunners of the Death Eaters were able to sneak past surveillance while acting under Tom's command, with several nasty incidences that were never connected to them, showing that even at a young age, Riddle was a very competent leader. As his repeated creation of Horcruxes increasingly compromised his soul and appearance, Tom's style of leadership presumably changed from the original charismatic rule of the Hogwarts gang to the tyrannical and completely ruthless - though no less effective - command of his Death Eaters demonstrated throughout both the First and Second Wizarding War. The best example of his efficiency as a leader would be the fact that he, with the help of less than forty united Death Eaters, completely overwhelmed and came very close to dominating the entire population of magical Britain during the First Wizarding War.

Salesmanship: A largely overlooked talent of Voldemort's was his skills at brokering sales as an assistant at Borgin and Burke's when he was in his late teens. His charisma and knowledge of various magical artefacts helped him in this job and allowed him to acquire a wide variety of magical relics for his employers at the time. This talent and job allowed him to discover the Locket of Slytherin and Helga Hufflepuff's Cup in the possession of Hepizbah Smith. He was often reserved for rather delicate matters that took subtlety and persuasion, but which he also masterfully completed.

Intellectual genius: Voldemort was not only a great wizard, but also possessed an incredible intellect, as he was considered to be the most brilliant student ever to attend Hogwarts. His intellect is evidenced by his strategic cunning in being able to mastermind and orchestrate two of the most destructive wars in British wizarding history.

Teaching skills: When Voldemort attempted to apply for a position as a teacher at Hogwarts, he expressed his confidence in being able to teach the students things they can gain from no other wizards. Despite his ulterior motives that concludes his lack of desire to genuinely pass down knowledge to the next generation, his years of extensive studies and charisma would certainly make him a successful instructor; something he intended to take advantage to influence the students into his future army. He has proven himself to be a powerful mentor; among his known feats are personally training Bellatrix Lestrange in the Dark Arts and combat, instructing Peter Pettigrew how to brew advanced dark potions, and teaching Severus Snape unsupported flight. In general, the Death Eaters knew how to perform some spells of his origin, mainly the Morsmordre curse. Even Quirinus Quirrell believed that if he sought out Voldemort's remains, he would be able to learn some powerful magic from the Dark Lord.
6/5/2018 c6 Loki's Tongue
Resourcefulness: Harry showed resourcefulness in many different situations. In his first year, Harry impersonated the Bloody Baron, warning Peeves to stay away from the third floor that night so he wouldn't inconvenience the trio on their quest to save the Philosopher's Stone. In his second year, when encountering Professor McGonagall after hours, he lied and said that he and Ron were on their way to see Hermione in the hospital wing. Also in his second year, he used a basilisk fang to destroy Riddle's Diary. In his fifth year, while under interrogation from Umbridge, he relayed a coded message to Snape. He did this in an attempt to warn Snape and by extension the Order, that Voldemort had Sirius. In the same year, while surrounded by Death Eaters Harry came up with the plan to smash the shelves in the Hall of Prophecy, as a distraction so that he and the D.A. could try and escape. During the hunt for Horcruxes, he used the Godric Gryffindor's Sword as a way of retrieving Helga Hufflepuff's cup from the mounds of burning treasure and used a half-blind dragon as a means to escape from Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Harry was also cunning enough that the Sorting Hat heavily considered Sorting him into Slytherin house.

Leadership skills: While Harry never deliberately set out to be a leader to others, he had often taken charge when the situation required it. This began with his impulsive decision to find and warn Hermione about the presence of a troll in the school during the Halloween feast. It progressed to the point where over thirty students, some of them in their sixth and seventh years — respect him as a teacher in Dumbledore's Army, despite his being younger than they were. Dumbledore later noted that Harry was a superior leader to him. Dumbledore had deliberately sought power in his youth, and subsequently avoided anything more demanding than his role as Hogwarts headmaster — while Harry had leadership thrust upon. Harry accepted the burden of command, acknowledging his responsibilities towards those who "followed" him. He did this regardless of how uncomfortable he might feel about the prospect and coordinating his efforts against his enemies well, when left with no other option but to take control. Harry's natural talents later served the rest of the wizarding community of Great Britain. In 2007 he was promoted to the Head of the Auror Office, at age 26 and was later made the Head of Magical Law Enforcement. His promotion to these positions of power at relatively young ages demonstrate Harry's natural talent as a commander.

Indomitable will: Harry appears to possess an unbreakable spirit and though not above depression, he has never truly given up on any mission. He's been shown to rise from defeat and loss, such as the deaths of many loved ones, even stronger than before. Harry's indomitable will is exemplified by his ability to resist the Imperius Curse. It is also exemplified by the fact that he had never begged for mercy (even in life-and-death situations), he would fought back in defiance of himself, as well as perform non-verbal spells flawlessly. His inability to perform Occlumency (despite possessing the required willpower) is due to his inability to keep his emotions under control.

Teaching skills: Harry has shown tremendous skill in teaching others. Having mastered many spells at a young age, Harry successfully passed them onto others even when he was still a student himself. He would give proper instructions and corrections on how to perform many fields of magic, ranging from the relatively simplistic Disarming Charm to the highly advanced Patronus Charm. Harry's effectiveness as a teacher led many, some even older than him, to choose him over the Ministry-installed professional Dolores Umbridge, and he even returned to Hogwarts to give occasional lectures.
6/5/2018 c6 Loki's Tongue
Please make Harry get all his cannon powers! Harry was seen and had proven himself to be a very talented and powerful wizard. His power was evident from the start: he demonstrated immediate command of a broomstick, was able to conjure a corporeal Patronus at an exceptionally young age (a mark of superior magical ability), and even survived numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort. He mastered a wand made of hawthorn, which one should only ever consider placing in the hands of a witch or wizard of proven talent. Harry was also a very gifted flyer and Quidditch player, the youngest Seeker in a century.

Love: Harry's greatest power of all was his ability to love. In spite of being raised by a family that treated him with anything but affection, Harry remarkably turned out capable of very strong love. For example, Harry's love for his friends caused him to sacrifice himself to Lord Voldemort. His love for his friends also caused him to feel no concern for his own well being or happiness when they were at risk, and put himself in danger many times to protect them. This loving sacrifice conferred a certain amount of protection onto his allies, making it so that spells Voldemort tried to place on them quickly wore off. Harry's ability to love has also protected and helped him on several occasions. Those occasions are: when he produced a Patronus that could drive hundreds of Dementors away, repelled Voldemort when he possessed him, and the times he was able to close the connection between himself and Voldemort, since he was unable to perform Occlumency. His love was strongest when directed at Ginny Weasley, who was the driving force that kept him going until Voldemort was defeated. Harry also felt strong love toward his three children. He deliberately placed himself in front of his son Albus, when Delphi attempted to murder him in 2020 with the Killing Curse. But what is perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Harrys ability to love is that he even pitied his enemies; As shown when he pleaded with Lord Voldemort to feel remorse for his actions during their final battle, knowing full well what fate lay in store for Voldemort if he did not repent.

Auror skills: Harry was extremely young for an Auror, which spoke highly of his magical abilities. He became head of the Auror Office at the age of 26. During his time as an Auror, he gained skills in various areas of magic such as: Concealment and Disguise, Stealth and Tracking, and poisons and antidotes. All of these areas of magic were essential studies for Aurors. He also had high skill in Transfiguration, as Aurors had to frequently transfigure and untransfigure things in their line of work. Harry also possessed a great instinct for the right thing to do, especially when faced with stressful and difficult situations. This instinct contributed to him becoming a fantastic Auror.

Defense Against the Dark Arts: Harry was extremely adept at Defense Against the Dark Arts, having mastered all manners of spells. Some of the spells include: Stunning Spell, Disarming Charm, Impediment Jinx, Full Body-Bind Curse, and Reductor Curse. In fact, his Stunning Spell was so strong that opponents would get knocked out if they were hit directly. He was also skilled at defending himself against Dark creatures such as: Grindylows, Red Caps, Hinkypunks, Boggarts, Erklings, and Dementors. In his third year, he was the only student who flawlessly made it through the end-of-the-year exam (an obstacle course containing some of the said creatures.) In his fifth year, Professor McGonagall stated that Professor Lupin said he showed a "pronounced aptitude" for the subject and that he had "achieved high marks on all his Defense Against the Dark Arts tests". In fact, Harry had beaten Hermione in two of the three Defense Against the Dark Arts exams they had taken together. The only exam she beat him in was their first year exam and Hermione later reflected that it did not count, as Quirrell "wasn't a particularly good teacher". During his O.W.L. examination, Professor Tofty (Wizarding Examinations Authority) expressed pleasure at Harry's performance of Defence Against the Dark Arts, calling it "excellent". This statement was later proven true when he achieved an 'Outstanding' Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. (something that not even Hermione achieved), a testament of his extraordinary talent in defensive magic. Ron stated that it came as no surprise that Harry was top of the class at Defense Against the Dark Arts. Indeed, Harry was so good at DADA that when the Ministry of Magic prevented the subject from being taught effectively, he set up his own DADA club and successfully taught members how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts. He immediately became an Auror after the Second Wizarding War, which also required considerable skill in both defensive and offensive magic. Harry also developed a high level of resistance towards the Imperius Curse as well, demonstrated when it was cast upon him by Barty Crouch Jr and by Lord Voldemort himself.

Dueling: Despite his young age, Harry was an accomplished and skilful duelist. He was able to single-handedly defeat some of the most formidable Death Eaters and even survive numerous encounters with Lord Voldemort himself. He eventually defeated Voldemort by becoming the master of the Elder Wand. In many battles of the Second Wizarding War, he was able to incapacitate much more experienced Death Eaters. During the Battle of the Department of Mysteries; he, Albus Dumbledore, and Remus Lupin were the only fighters on the Order's side to emerge from the battle physically unscathed. In that time he had defeated Lucius Malfoy and had defeated the extremely powerful Antonin Dolohov twice. Later (in the same battle) he was able to hold his own against Bellatrix Lestrange, who was the most powerful of all the Death Eaters. In 1997 Harry defeated Yaxley, Fenrir Greyback, and one of the two Carrows. He fought off several Death Eaters in the Battle of the Seven Potters. During the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor he overpowered Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Fenrir Greyback and avoided direct conflict damage all throughout the Battle of Hogwarts (ensuring that mastery of the Elder Wand did not waver from him). Harry was known to be very quick off the draw and had an aggressive dueling style, even incorporating Unforgivable Curses. He was also known to taunt his opponents and would get them to talk at length, angering them and throwing them mentally off-balance. He did this in order to buy himself time to strategise or to lull them into lowering their guard. Harry was especially skilled in the Disarming Charm and used it so much that it was seen as his "signature spell" by many Death Eaters. His most notable uses of the Disarming Charm were when he formed Priori Incantatem with Voldemort and when he finally killed the Dark Lord. At the remarkably young age of seventeen Harry became an Auror and was promoted to Head of the Auror Office at the age of 26.

Dark Arts: Harry was one of the few non-Dark Wizards who was highly proficient in the Dark Arts at all levels. On top of being able to cast simple curses and jinxes like the: Leg-Locker Curse, Furnunculus Curse, Knockback Jinx, Revulsion Jinx, and Melofors Jinx, he could cast more powerful spells such as the Blasting Curse. He was also able to flawlessly cast the jinxes and curses in the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making. Harry even used two of the three Unforgivable Curses, the Imperius Curse on Travers and a goblin called Bogrod during the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, as well as the Cruciatus Curse on several occasions. However, his first successful attempt was against Amycus Carrow, but it did not result in the prolonged, excruciating pain that the curse was famous for — instead, Carrow screamed and was incapacitated. He has never used the Killing Curse for obvious reasons, even in his final battle with Voldemort.

Flying: Harry had inherited his father's talent for flying and for Quidditch. Harry showed immediate command of a broomstick in his first year, which made him a naturally good Seeker. This was the first magical skill for which he discovered an aptitude, as he found. In fact, at the mere age of eleven, Harry became the youngest Seeker in a century. His extraordinary flying skills aided him when he had to capture Winged Keys, to get past Professor Flitwick's challenge in the Philosopher's Stone Chambers. It also helped him in the Triwizard Tournament (where he had to steal a golden egg from a Hungarian Horntail). During the Battle of Hogwarts he also managed to escape a Fiendfyre inferno in the Room of Requirement, via broomstick.

Parselmouth: Because he carried a piece of Voldemort's soul within himself, Harry was able to speak and understand Parseltongue. After that soul fragment was destroyed, Harry lost this ability. However, Harry had somehow regained the ability to speak Parseltongue again, although it was possible he never lost to begin with or that the ability simply became temporarily suppressed after the Horcrux was destroyed.

Insight into Voldemort's mind: Also due to the piece of Voldemort's soul, Harry was able to look into Voldemort's mind and see through his senses from time to time. He sometimes used this ability to monitor what Voldemort was doing. However, it was a dangerous ability to have as well; Voldemort once used it, along with Legilimency, to plant a false vision in Harry's mind of Sirius Black being tortured, which he used to lure Harry to the Department of Mysteries. Additionally, because of their connection, Harry felt a burning pain in his scar whenever he and Voldemort were in close proximity or whenever Voldemort felt strong negative emotions. Harry lost this ability as well when the soul fragment within him was destroyed. Harry also possessed a non-magical insight into Voldemort's mind from the information Dumbledore shared with him during their lessons. This insight allowed Harry to figure out that a Horcrux was stored at Gringotts Wizarding Bank after which Ron and Hermoine noted Harry's understanding of Voldemort causing to Harry admit that he did understand parts of Voldemort.

Master of Death: Harry mastered all three Deathly Hallows and accepted his own death. First, he inherited the Cloak of Invisibility from his father, James. Then, he inherited the Resurrection Stone from Dumbledore, which was inside a snitch. Finally, he won the Elder Wand from Draco Malfoy during the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor. All three were directly or indirectly employed by Harry in the Forbidden Forest: he was wearing the Cloak, using the Stone, and was preparing to be killed by the Wand, which he had already won. The only Hallow he choose to keep was the cloak as it was a priceless family heirloom; the stone was lost in the forest and the wand returned to Dumbledore's tomb.

Potions: Harry's Potions ability was apparently better than it appeared. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam — proof of his proficiency in the subject. He was one of only twelve students able to reach the required level to take N.E.W.T. potions. He improved greatly during his sixth year when he came into possession of the Half-Blood Prince's copy of Advanced Potion-Making, that had revised versions of potions curtsey of the Half-Blood Prince (Severus Snape). However, the usage of this textbook was noted by both Hermione and Snape to be cheating. When forced to hide the book Harry's potion skills suffered. But it was revealed, that even without the Prince's book, Harry was still able to do a decent enough job at potion-making that Slughorn's suspicions were not raised. Apparently Harry had no problems with potions at all as long as Snape was not around.

Transfiguration: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing proficiency in the subject and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He was able to perform Conjuration, an advanced type of Transfiguration. Harry demonstrated this at various points by conjuring ropes, water, and fire. He could also vanish objects, which is one of the most complicated spells taught at Ordinary Wizarding Level. Harry vanished the whole of an iguana and a snake that crossed his path. He could also transform objects into other objects, for example he can cast the Avifors Spell. Harry is also skilled enough to perform human Transfiguration, which is noted to be "immensely difficult". He accomplished this during a Transfiguration lesson, were he succeeded in turning his eyebrow bright yellow. Minerva McGonagall herself complimented him on his Transfiguration ability. After having travelled back in time Harry and his friends use human Transfiguration to an impressive degree to disguise Harry as Voldemort.

Charms: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and advanced to N.E.W.T.-level. He proved to be particularly talented in this subject. Harry frequently used the Summoning Charm successfully, would occasionally cast the protective enchantments that Hermione used during the Horcrux hunt, and was able to cast the Confundus Charm. He displayed an impressive mastery of the Shield Charm, surpassing that of many Ministry employees: his Shield Charms were so powerful that they were able to deflect curses from Lord Voldemort himself. During the Battle of the Seven Potters, he was able to levitate a side-car with himself in it for a long stretch of time. He could also cast simpler charms such as the: Wand-Lighting Charm, Colour Change Charm, Banishing Charm, Refilling Charm, Freezing Charm, and various others. Under the teaching of Remus Lupin, Harry was able to conjure an extremely powerful corporeal Patronus in his third year (in the form of a stag). This was a remarkable feat and yet another proof of his talent, given that many adult witches and wizards were unable to cast the difficult charm successfully.

Healing magic: Harry was able to effectively cast healing spells. He could perform the Reparifors spell in his third year, and after he saw Nymphadora Tonks perform Episkey on his own broken nose, he fixed Demelza Robins' broken lip in with the same spell, which is used to treat mild to moderate injuries. He also used the healing spell for clearing up dried blood from a bleeding wound.

Apparition: Harry had not earned a license to apparate, but he used the ability frequently to great success, even when forced to apparate with only a few seconds' notice or while guiding others. He also used apparition in his sixth year to a very impressive degree, to get himself and a weakened Albus Dumbledore over an incredibly vast distance even though he was inexperienced.

Non-verbal and wandless magic: When the Dementors attacked in Little Whinging, Dudley had knocked Harry's wand out of his hand when he punched him moments before. In desperation, Harry calls out "Lumos!" Although his wand was not in his hand, the wand tip lit up. Harry began using spells non-verbally and became quite proficient at it when Snape was not bothering him. As an adult Harry displays the ability to consciously use wandless magic; shown when he straightened his work-space with the simple wave of a hand. Few other wizards have exhibited this power, although Dumbledore and Voldemort were among them. This further testifies to Harry's skill, as only some of the most powerful wizards of his time were able to do so.

Care of Magical Creatures: Harry achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam and has shown on more than one occasion to have good skill in handling numerous sorts of magical creatures. For example, he was the first in his class to tame a hippogriff, which he did very excellently. He befriended the hippogriff, to such an extent that Buckbeak defended him when he was in danger. Harry has also shown on three occasions that he is quite competent at dealing with dragons. This is shown when he was able to help Hagrid take care of baby Norbert the dragon, outsmart the Hungarian Horntail in the Triwizard Tournament, and tame a half-blind dragon into helping the trio escape Gringotts by flying out on its back. He was also one of very few in his class who was able to see Thestrals, and had no trouble mounting his in June. Harry was also good with House-elves, befriending the house-elf Dobby and eventually freeing him. This act of kindness made the little elf so loyal to him that he gave his life to save him. He also earned the respect and loyalty of Kreacher, a very difficult task.

Herbology: Harry attended N.E.W.T. Herbology classes. He achieved an 'Exceeds Expectations' on his O.W.L. exam, showing aptitude in the subject. Harry was able to recognize a Snargaluff plant at the Lovegood House and knew to gave it a wide berth of space. He also had knowledge of plants such as: Devil's Snare, Gillyweed, Venomous Tentacula, and Fanged Geranium from hands on experience. He could cast plant-related spells such as the Fire-Making Spell and Herbivicus Charm.
Astronomy: Though not excellent at Astronomy, Harry was able to pass his O.W.L. exam with an 'Acceptable'. Though it was stated that he didn't finish his exam. This was due to the fact that he was distracted by Dolores Umbridge's attempt to arrest Hagrid, during the time the exam was being taken. It is not known if he was able to advance to the N.E.W.T class or not, seeing as he did not apply for advancement.

Wand versatility: Harry was able to use Hermione's wand after his was broken during the Attack at Godric's Hollow. He was able to use spells such as: the Wand-Lighting Charm, the Shield Charm, and the Severing Charm at full strength, despite not having won the wand's allegiance. He also gained the allegiance of Draco Malfoy's wand, the Elder Wand, and quite possibly Voldemort's wand by defeating the previous masters.

Expert detective skills: Harry was also a formidably talented investigator. While in school, the trio had a knack for solving difficult mysteries and discovering the truth despite all attempts by others to conceal it. Hermione generally finding the background information, while Harry put the pieces together to make a coherent picture. In his first year, Harry uncovered the truth about the Philosopher's Stone and saved it from Voldemort. Over the next six years, he would solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets, find the truth about the prophecy, and hunt down and destroy all of Voldemort's Horcruxes using his amazing deductive skills. Harry's deductive skills also allowed him to uncover the mystery of the Deathly Hallows, and learn that he mastered the three of them, when even Ron and Hermione were initially sceptical of their existence. Harry also had a knack for spotting things that others did not and had a sharp eye for details. He was able to tell that Luna Lovegood had not been home in weeks by the state of her room, and he became suspicious when Dobby revealed that he had known that Harry was not getting any letters. His intelligence allowed him to intuitively know that Draco Malfoy had been branded with the Dark Mark despite no solid proof, that Malfoy was using the Room of Requirement as a work shop, and that he was having Crabbe and Goyle use Polyjuice Potion in order to disguise themselves as girls while keeping watch outside the room.
6/5/2018 c6 Midgardsormr Jr
Yeah, Dumbledore messed up, but he at least tries to be better. Also please make Harry gain all the abilities of all of Spyro's incarnations over the entire franchise. Such as from all the classic Spyro continuity, Legend of Spyro, and Skylanders continuities.

Also please Harry, forgive him. He messed up, but Voldemort was just a monster, one that needs to go and you need his help to face him.
6/5/2018 c1 2Wingzero512
love how your using Luna as a 4th wall breaker more authors should take that route
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