Summary: Voldemort regained his human form long before Harry Potter ever first came to Hogwarts.
Summary: Where Hogwarts is a nonmagical school for troubled teens. Children are sent to this school as punishment or something. Snape is a teacher. Harry is as bad as Snape expected. He causes trouble and acts out (because of his home life and issues with authorities). Snape hates Harry at first, but later understands why Harry is acting out and decides to help him. Should discuss about other kid problems, but focus on Harry. Harry should be at least 14. No hocrux, Voldermort, prophesy or magic.
Summary: There is a physical reason why Harry can never exit the floo without falling over, or knocking into something.
Summary: Harry's thoughts are directly recorded by a quill as he thinks them. Snape uses this as a way to prevent Harry from getting into mischief.
Summary: At the end of the Philosopher's Stone Voldemort does not offer to bring Harry's parents back to life. Instead, Voldemort tempts Harry with the greater offer of not only taking Harry away from his abusive Muggles relatives, but of saving ALL abused magical children from their Muggle relatives. After all, Harry has always had a "saving people thing."
Summary: During Occlumency, Harry relives his mother's death.
Summary: Professor Snape realizes why Headmaster Dumbledore shows so much favoritism towards Harry Potter: It is because he expects Harry to die young.
As soon as Snape realizes this, he kidnaps Harry to keep him from Dumbledore's machinations. He won't let Dumbledore allow, or possibly orchestrate Harry's death.
Summary: Occlumency brings back Harry's memory of a lullaby his mother used to sing to him.
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