7 Leniency Sometimes, killing someone is leniency. Sometimes, letting them live isn't. The world of Harry Potter belongs to JK Rowling. This monstrous idea belongs to me. I will actually be surprised if this short story stays up. No blood, no gore, no sex, and yet I think it should be MA rated. It is my first non-drabble as I just couldn't shoehorn it into that format.
Harry Potter, M, English, Horror, words: 383, favs: 1, follows: 1, 3/22/2018
6 War Makes For Strange Bedfellows Sometimes war makes for very odd working partners. This is a true drabble (100 words); the site's counter doesn't handle hyphens very well. I own the idea, not the universes.
Harry Potter & Terminator, T, English, Fantasy & Sci-Fi, words: 98, favs: 1, 10/28/2016, Uncle Bob
5 Draco Malfoy and the Sword of Gryffindor Everybody makes the same mistake. Draco finds out the hard way. Harry Potter's owned by Ms. Rowling. I just own this (very obvious) idea. And yes, this is a true (exactly 100 words) drabble.
Harry Potter, K+, English, Drama, words: 100, 7/18/2016, Draco M.
7An answer not sought, a solution now found Why were midi-chlorians not mentioned in Star Wars IV? Despite the word counter, this is a true drabble, exactly 100 words. (Turns out Force-sensitive is considered 1 word.) I own the plot, not the universe.
Star Wars, K, English, Sci-Fi & Humor, words: 98, 12/23/2015
8 Location! Location! Location! Where something is can be just as important as what something is. This is a true drabble; the actual counted words are 100 despite what the autocounter says. No, I don't own Harry Potter; just this nasty idea. Warning - character death.
Harry Potter, T, English, Horror, words: 103, 6/3/2015
8 (Reasonably) Happily Ever After Anybody can change for the better under the right circumstances. A drabble (exactly 100 words) showing Dudley's improvement. I own the plot, not the characters. (Remember, R&B was actually several cartoons.)
Harry Potter & Rocky and Bullwinkle, K+, English, Humor, words: 100, 4/15/2015, Dudley D.
8 Confundus? You betcha! What if Barty had *really* confused the Goblet? A drabble (exactly 100 words) exploring a possible result. (I've never liked the idea you can confuse an object; it's silly.) And no, I don't own anything except the plot.
Harry Potter, K+, English, Humor, words: 100, favs: 6, follows: 2, 4/2/2015