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4x01 and 8x01
Sam’s explanations for the state of the Impala on the various occasions that Dean comes back from the dead.
various occasions that dean comes back from the dead.
1.02 Amuse-Bouche | 2.02 Sakizuki
“God’s terrific. He dropped a church roof on 34 of his worshippers last Wednesday night in Texas, while they sang a hymn.” “And did God feel good about that?” “He felt powerful.”
this is a very serious post
No but the Marauders were extremely clever. They would know that sometimes the best prank is non-existent. Sometimes, the best way to mess with people is to do nothing at all. It’s brilliant. Imagine that they wake up one day and act like model citizens. They don’t put one toe out of line. And Snape follows them, wondering what they’re up to, as he does everyday. And when they don’t do anything, his suspicions are only heightened. Because they have to be up to something. They’re just pretending to be good so that nobody will suspect anything. But he suspects them. He’s watching them. They have to be up to something. And even the professors are surprised by the Marauders’ behavior, though they are cautiously optimistic that the four might be turning over a new leaf. And as the day passes by, the Marauders do more and more good things and Snape becomes angrier and angrier. Until he’s finally pulling Professor McGonagall down the corridor, wildly yelling that they’re up to something when in reality, they’re just in the library doing their homework. And Snape gets 20 points from Slytherin for falsely accusing four students. But now even the professors are getting suspicious. They too start to follow the Marauders, wondering what they could possibly be up to. The entire castle is searched, looking for a large stash of dungbombs or fireworks or anything else that’s even remotely suspicious. The Marauders are each questioned but they all innocently state that they honestly aren’t doing anything. Professor McGonagall calls a faculty meeting. Everyone is paranoid. A few professors want to punish the Marauders but Professor McGonagall points out that they haven’t done anything. The other professors argue that it’s only a matter of time. By now, the rest of the students know that something is wrong. The Marauders have never gone this long without causing trouble. They must be planning something big. They students are jumpy and are constantly looking over their shoulders. Some students are anxious. Others are eager to see what the Marauders have in store. An entire crowd is formed to follow the Marauders. Prefects’ duties are tripled. And at the end of the day, the Marauders share tiny smirks as they climb into their beds and get a good night’s sleep as everyone else lies awake, paranoid and waiting for a prank that’s never going to happen. And thus, the Marauders have successfully created chaos by doing nothing at all.
James Potter being the first of the Marauders to realize that Remus is still their friend, as Sirius would be conflicted over his parents’ beliefs and Peter would be conflicted over fear.
James Potter sneaking down to the library at night beneath his invisibility cloak to do research on lycanthropy.
James Potter trying to act nonchalant but secretly fussing and worrying during the week leading up to the full moon.
James Potter convincing Madam Pomfrey to teach him first-aid so that he’ll always be prepared to help Remus after the full moon.
James Potter staying up on the night of the full moon (in the years before he was an Animagus) sitting on the marble staircase in the Entrance Hall so that he can be nearby in case something goes wrong.
James Potter being caught by Filch but surprisingly not getting in trouble when he is taken to Professor McGonagall’s office and instead being told that she will make an extreme exception and allow him to remain in the Entrance Hall, so long as he doesn’t go outside.
James Potter falling asleep in class the next morning but not being reprimanded by any of the professors.
James Potter making up wild stories when asked why Remus looks so fragile/injured. These stories range from Remus fighting off the giant squid to fighting off Voldemort himself.
James Potter hexing anyone who laughs at Remus’ scars.
James Potter keeping an extra stash of potions/herbs/medicines in his bag in case Remus ever needs them.
James Potter using the term ‘furry little problem’ in public.
James Potter yelling at Remus for two hours the first time Remus refuses to ask a girl out because he doesn’t want to hurt her.
James Potter secretly donating a large amount of money to charities that help werewolves.
James Potter spending hours learning how to become an Animagus, risking his health and a life in Azkaban in the process.
James Potter assuring Remus that being a Marauder is definitely more interesting than being a werewolf and honestly he doesn’t know why Remus gets so dramatic all the time.
James Potter willing to make an Unforgivable Vow to never tell anyone about Remus’ lycanthropy without his permission and though the vow never occurs, the mere suggestion of it shows Remus how far James is willing to go to keep the secret.
James Potter doing all of the above in secret while also spending a majority of his time getting the top marks in the class, running around with the other Marauders and causing mayhem and mischief, playing Quidditch, worrying about growing up in a world where war is right outside the Hogwarts’ boundaries, forming a crush on Lily, having a few other crushes and heartbreaks along the way, and going through the turmoils that any other teenager goes through.
But most of all…James Potter being a three-dimensional character who certainly has flaws but also has great moments, like when he supports someone who is like a brother to him, thus proving that he’s not a one-dimensional jerk.
is this blog stupid? yes. but which one of us is following it?