Summary: Hogwarts professors take turns supervising the students during recess times. On several occasions Snape finds Harry severely underdressed for the weather. Will he keeps getting the boy in trouble or eventually look deeper into the issue?
Summary: Not actually a crossover, but a Harry Potter version of Once Upon a Time, with all the HP characters together in a Muggle town with no magic and no memories of who they are, until the curse is broken. Just the show concept really, no need to try and mirror the show's plotlines.
Summary: Snape and Harry goes traveling abroad to other countries, experiencing other wizarding cultures. They could just go to one other country, or several. The reason for their leaving the UK could be anything; perhaps it is to escape the hype around Harry being the boy who lived? Or perhaps Snape is being threathened because of his background as a death eater? Or perhaps it is for educational purposes? Bonus points if including minority cultures.
Summary: Severus falls back into old habits. Somehow Harry is involved helping him out of them.
Idea 1: After discovering the Dursleys/Umbridge/someone else is/has been hurting Harry, Severus kills them.
Idea 2: Dumbledore lets Severus take the DADA post, but his fears of it bringing back out Severus' dark side are proved correct.
Idea 3: Voldemort discovers Severus is a traitor, but rather than instantly kill him, decides to try and turn his loyalty back.
Idea 4: Dark magic is an addictive substance. Severus has been using some sort of drug to control his cravings, but now there's a problem with the supply.
Or anything else you can think of!
Any category and point in canon goes. No Dumbledore bashing. No slash. No dark!Harry.
Bonus points for a story involving more than one of the ideas. Extra bonus points for one involving all four!
Summary: When Harry delves into the Pensieve during Occlumency, he sees a different memory.
Summary: Harry and/or Severus is turned into a Niffler.
Summary: Take any line and/or quote from a movie or series and write a story from it. Bonus if the line originally came from the Harry Potter series but is used in a very different manner.
Summary: Even after his death Snape can't seem to stop spying.
Summary: Owls are so common in the Wizarding world, what better way to hide than to become one?
Summary: Harry or Snape has an unhealthy obsession. The other helps them overcome it.
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