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PrayingForMercy posted a comment on Wednesday 5th November 2008 8:48pm for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Silly interfering Minevra. Gah.

CodeRomance posted a comment on Thursday 17th January 2008 2:18pm for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

don't know why they didn't trust her in the first place...i mean i think she is trust worthy.

CodeRomance

Wistful-Stargazer posted a comment on Wednesday 21st November 2007 8:18am for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

I do love the title of this chapter. *SNICKER*
;-D

Wistful-Stargazer posted a comment on Tuesday 20th November 2007 6:24pm for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

>^..^< Professor Minerva McGonagall see the situation and determines that it smells fishy.
<*)))< At least her heart is in the right place. :-)

Judy Heath posted a comment on Monday 22nd January 2007 12:35pm for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

I just found your story and just love it. Only read the first 25 chapters so far and am enjoying it so much. Just want you to know.

Judy

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Thursday 3rd August 2006 6:28am for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Good one.

gunny

Amamama posted a comment on Sunday 2nd April 2006 3:13am for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Ooohh, the fine mesh is unravelling... Who's next to know? And when will they take a new look at the profetic poem from years ago and see what's missing? Why not share that one with Albus and Minerva, they should be able to catch the Weasley hints in there, shouldn't they? But I guess that's not what you have planned, is it? No easy way out for Sirius... Well, at least he's alive.

Off to the next!

Chris1 posted a comment on Monday 27th March 2006 2:19am for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Great chapter :) I was wondering when she'd be included.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Tuesday 14th February 2006 11:51am for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Curious Minerva finds herself *literally treed* by an overprotective Sirius-as-Padfoot; eventually, she IS allowed to come down and the Pack (and Dumbledore) tell her the whole surprising story. (However, the part about being treed will become another one of the Marauder Legends. And, unfortunately for Minerva, it's entirely *true*.)

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Saturday 11th February 2006 3:17pm for Chapter 25: Curiosity and What It Killed

Ch.25 - - I loved the way this went.

I wonder if you have a reason to include her at this point, or was it just something fun to do.

I write bits like that from time to time.

Cheers!