Post by McGonagallsGirl on Sept 20, 2009 3:31:54 GMT -5
I would like to see a fic in which it was Minerva, not Albus, who cast the spell, whatever it was, that defeated Gellert Grindelwald.
I am interested in Albus' strong and mixed feelings towards the both of them after this act.
Remember, please, that Grindelwald didn't die, but Ariana did, and so whatever reckoning Albus needs to do, the act of killing Ariana and the act of 'defeating' (whatever that means) Grindelwald should not be given equal levity.
This should be told from Minerva's p.o.v, to make it more challenging Guilty!Minerva is always nice, although in this instance she has no reason to feel guilty (unless you find a reason )
Also, what does it mean that Albus was given credit for this action? What does it mean for women in the 1940's, and subsequently, what does it mean for Minerva, not to have taken or been given credit?
Anyone up for the challenge? This one's a doozy. Lot's of thinking and philosophizing
'My dears! Which of you left his seat first? Which?' 'Dunno,' said Ron, looking uneasily at Harry. 'I doubt it will make much difference,' said Professor McGonagall coldly, 'unless a mad axe-man is waiting outside the doors to slaughter the first into the Entrance Hall.'