Summary: Harry gets a tattoo over the summer. How does Snape react to seeing the new ink?
Summary: The first thing Voldemort has Quirrell do is to find his beloved snake. Animals and humans go missing at Hogwarts and Harry hears voices that no one else can. What will happen if the trio goes after the snake? What will the toll of thinking he is crazy do to Harry first year?
Summary: The Dursleys, in order to get the wizards off their backs, fake Harry's death. Now they can do whatever they want with him without fear of being turned into toads.
Summary: Harry Potter is a teacher at Hogwarts. Since he has past experience living in the Muggle world, Harry is often sent to visit new prospective students in the Muggle world and their parents. Who should Harry find one day but a miniature Severus Snape.
Summary: Harry dies. (Properly.) Severus brings him back, either temporarily or permanently, for any reason, using any method. Can have any or no consequences.
The fic doesn't have to include the challenge title, but it's there if you want it.
Length and canon setting/compliance open. No slash or character bashing. Otherwise, anything goes.
Summary: Harry is tired. Tired of being the centre of attention, tired of being a puppet to Dumbledore, tired of the constant bullying from Snape and just tired of life. He wants to be someone he is not.
Summary: Rules existed for a reason. Potions ingredients and food do not mix well.
Summary: Harry is under strict orders by Pomfrey to heal and rest - NO visitors! The Weasleys, Gryffindors, and other people find ways to visit anyway. Harry must be moved somewhere else to rest where his friends, fans, and enemies can't find him.
Summary: There is no magic. Instead, Hogwarts is just a normal boarding school. Snape and the other teachers are still Harry's teachers. How will Harry's story change?
Summary: Harry begins his first year at Hogwarts in September, 2014. What's a preteen kid to do in an old-fashioned magical castle with no WiFi connection? He can't even get one bar! There's only so many times he can put up with the word 'error' flashing across the screen before wanting to toss the darned thing against a wall. How can these people not know what a computer is? Or a cell-phone? Or an iPod? What era are they living in, the sixteen hundreds? Oh, no, not the blue screen of death! Involve Snape however you will.
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