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Fic&Art: Map of the Problematique

Title: Map of the Problematique (D.M.L.E. Evidentiary File 142-3b.)
Author/Artist: SullenSiren (sullensiren(at)gmail(dot)com)
Rating: NC-17
Summary: "He's going to make it a RULE." Before they went their separate ways, Moony, Padfoot, Prongs, and Wormtail shared a flat. The flat had rules. This is how it went.
Disclaimer: I own nothing. Rowling, Warner Brothers, and the powers that be have all the power. I'm just building castles in their sandbox. Please don't sue.
Feedback: Would make my day!
Any other random notes, warnings, etc.: Written for ladyblack888, in the rs_small_gifts fic exchange. It isn't precisely what she asked for, and god knows it ran way over the word count - but hopefully it's a good enough gift anyway! I apologize for being late - it spiraled so massively out of control. HUGE thanks to maleficently, who did all the graphics as well as put up with my constant babble and hyperventilating while I was working on it. (And posted the first part for me!) Also thanks to cotume27 and hazelhawthorne for the beta! Any mistakes remaining are utterly and completely my fault. Additional story notes can be found here.

Part One | Part Two

((Links to personal LJ, hope it's okay to link to in this comment - I haven't posted anything here in a long while.))


Lovely and achy and spot on.

I read through the rules first and then read the story, going back to the rule for each section. I loved that even just reading through the rules, you could follow the trajectory of what was happening and how MWPP+L were being pulled in all their different directions.

You've got the boyishness and jollity of the early interactions down just right, and it lasts long enough (ie the fun side of hexing James's shoes even when things are starting to get nasty) that the transition to angsty misery by the end is a subtle and well-worked one.

Hats off to you.
Aww, thank you so much. The rules were prodded at and pushed around and cut quite a bit to try to make the progression feel right, so I'm really glad it worked well for you!

I'm really glad you liked it! Thanks for the comment!