Summary: Something suddenly happens to cause magic to act differently. Spells have completely different effects, and no magic works as it should.
Summary: A natural disaster knocks out all magical energy. No one can do magic and nothing magic works. The disaster can last as long as you want, and magic can return, or not return. Your decision.
Summary: When Harry accesses Snape's secret memories during the Occlumency lessons, he doesn't see the one of Snape being bullied. He sees one of a friendly interaction between Lily and young Severus, where Severus is clearly in love with Lily. After Snape throws him out, Harry asks Dumbledore if this is why he trusts Snape, which Dumbledore confirms. From then on, Harry defends Snape to everyone who questions his trustworthiness.
Only one year later, when he sees the memory Slughorn modified, Harry realizes there was something wrong with Snape's memory.
When he goes to Dumbledore to warn him, he is told that this sort of thing is common with oft revisited memories and Snape likely idealized Lily a bit after her death. Nothing to worry about.
Only after Voldemort's defeat does Snape admit that in truth, instead of him spying on Lily and ultimately befriending her, it was Lily who walked up to him and asked him to be her friend, and he loved her like a sister. Gaining a friend was the life-changing event that changed his patronus.
Before begging Voldemort to spare her, Severus convinced himself that he was in love with Lily, as that was the only way he could think of defending against Voldemort's legilimency. He then went on to imply to Voldemort that he lusted after Lily and wished to keep her as slave, but without actually saying even just one untrue word.
Summary: While in hiding, James Potter alleviated his own boredom by coaching toddler Harry on a broom every day. Snape is flabbergasted at the things baby Harry can do on a broom, seemingly dangerous things.
Summary: Snape and Harry are transported to the future and must stay there.
Summary: Both Harry and Snape are walking around in suits of Armor.
Summary: Circumstances of your choice lead to Harry and Severus sharing gas station softserve and discussing horcruxes and the prophecy.
Summary: Dudley dies, and comes back as a ghost.
Summary: Harry has been treated as a house elf all his life by the Dursley‘s, because of this treatment, Harry actually turns into a house elf. Of course, this upsets his aunt Petunia. You can decide if Harry runs away or if the Dursley’s are forced to deal with his new identity. Perhaps Harry isn’t too upset with his change because now he’s no longer the Boy Who Lived, he is a house elf! What’s the big deal anyway. He always treated as was one anyway! What does Dobby think about Harry’s transformation? I leave this idea up to you and your interpretation. I myself am not a writer, so I would love for someone who is able to create to be able, to do something with this idea. Thanks.
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