Snape had cut himself off. He had built a new life. But old obligations draw him back to a reunion he never wanted. Will he be trapped in the patterns of the past, or can the course be reversed?
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Five years after the war, prisoners are being paroled under the Reform and Release Program. When one of them goes missing, a group of Slytherins calls on Neville to pay back an old debt. He never thought he'd be part of something like this.
For RonsGirlFriday's Noir Challenge
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After managing to survive the end of the war, Snape is beginning a new life for himself when called on to return a favor. In a search to track down the missing he is drawn deep into a criminal conspiracy.
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When Sarah Fawcett had questions, she would not rest until she got the answers. Of course, some knowledge has a cost. Rated for technical magic discussions.
The students who are drawn to the Dark Arts are always sorted into Slytherin. The Dark Arts are completely forbidden at Hogwarts. Slytherin House is not happy about that at all. Parody one-shot nonsense.
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From a narrow escape from death at the end of the war Snape embarks on a new life. Yet how can a single escape be enough when it's not over? How can he move forward when the past is close on his trail? Rated for language, some violence.
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Bulstrode tried to call the meeting to order. Pansy's voice rang out above the rest: "who died and put you in charge?" That was the question, wasn't it? Shortly after the Battle of Hogwarts, Slytherin House tries to come to an important conclusion.
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