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flynhghr posted a comment on Thursday 26th November 2009 2:30pm for The Department Of Mysteries

You have a thing for incredibly long chapters, I must say. Things are moving very interestingly. Harry becoming an unspeakable is a very interesting twist, and I can't help but want to continue reading. His parents being unspeakables feels coincidental the way you wrote this story and that's very cool. It's quite far-fetched given his overall knowledge of the wizarding world, but I'm trying to wrap my mind around it. Expecially the cruciatus thing, I mean if he couldn't do it against Bellatrix who had just killed Sirius then it is surprising how he could cast and hold it on a guy he just met. Granted he was exchanging rather nasty curses, but yeah, still kind of out there. Wonderfully written, I wish you had more work up!

dougal74 posted a comment on Thursday 5th June 2008 6:47pm for The Department Of Mysteries

Alas...another well written chapter.

Aberbadger posted a comment on Tuesday 6th March 2007 8:45am for The Department Of Mysteries

PS!(LOL) As you can probably guess, I made the post before I finished the chapter, hence the comment about the Nickname itself being obviouse...

lorddwar replied:

Chamel, as in Chameleon.

Aberbadger posted a comment on Tuesday 6th March 2007 8:36am for The Department Of Mysteries

I originally read your story over at, and enjoyed it immensely (are you going to add For Her (last chapter, can't remember the whole thing's name) to FFA too?), and even understood most of it, but one point constantly escaped me, and I don't remember you mentioning it in the Author Notes...
It's obvious (especially as it's explained later) why Tonks Unspeakable name is Chamel, but how is it pronounced? Should we be calling her Humphrey (as in a Camel with phree humps(!) or Camile (as in the Lady of...)?
Also, just one britpicker point that I've noticed so far... in britain "pants" means underwear (usually male, and usually refering to what you would call "tighty whities", but sometimes female too). What you call pants we call trousers...

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Friday 26th January 2007 1:21pm for The Department Of Mysteries

I loved this line:
"Come on, Mr. Happy. Let’s get your positive personality to our meeting." Great bit is snide yet jesting commentary.

The test was a grand bit of battle writing. Just great work all around. The Horace and Marcus characters are wonderfully set up and starting to be fleshed out.