"The unexplainable deaths show no cause of death on their bodies" -- presumably you are referring to Avada Kedavra, but Eirran already knows about that. So the old way is known as Dark Arts to Harry's time, but that would mean that the Light came later!
Is Caedric just a bad guy or a spy for Porto?
'"clay gaze" became "glaze."' -- interesting derivation ! Is that your creation?
I love your takes on etymology - and of course the veela had to sound like Fleur!
Anyway, I like your story as much as ever, and it's going to be great
to see what happens to Willen, Constantia and Loundon's Towne. I
do hope he will make it in time. Lucky Harry to fill his time
with this kind of storytelling, combined with working for Mr.
Ollivander and earning a few galleons (not that he neds it,
though). What will Ron say when he discovers what he's been up to
I LOVE this story and can not wait for the rest of it, with the hope that it will answer a lot of questions concerning the making of wands. The imagination for working through the details is wonderful. Please don't stop!!! I want to read the end and learn how wizards and witches can be chosen by their wands.
Still, you made one small mistake, that doesn't have to be a mistake at
all. Actually, it could be said that J.K. also made a mistake of the
You see, the Veela's are traditional Slavik mythical creature, and it
would seem logical that they had spread with Slavik tribes, witch were,
at that time, still living somewhere around Kavkaz (sp?) mountains. And
as a sidenote, Bulgarians are not Slavik. They are turkish tribe that,
when they moved to Balkan around 12. century, first Slavianized, before