And Just Plain Wrong

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Title: And Just Plain Wrong
Author(s): Amanuensis
Date(s): September 23, 2003 [1]
Length: ~20,400 words
Genre: darkfic, non-con, slash
Harry/Draco, Harry/Lucius, Snape/Voldemort/Harry
Fandom: Harry Potter
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And Just Plain Wrong is a Harry Potter fanfic by Amanuensis. It was inspired by an hpchan challenge which requested: "Voldemort rules the W.W. and has his very loyal D.E.'s head Hogwarts. All problem children are disciplined in several creative ways including forcing previous teachers or even Dumbledore (under the supervision of Lucius and Severus) who are now magicless to mete out humiliating punishments. Tortures to include bare bottomed spankings, feathers, wearing butt plugs while doing mundane detentions in the nude, animagus in animal forms torturing naughty children with their tongues and anything else kinky and just plain wrong. Key points: Extreme kink. Humiliation. Rated NC17. By: Tanya" [2]

And Just Plain Wrong garnered four sequels, by different authors. The first sequel was Juxian Tang's Damage Control. The other three fics in the series follow after this one. [3]

  • Damage Control by Juxian Tang
    Snape/Harry, others/Harry. "Snape tries to control damage, until damage starts controlling him."
  • Cut With Diamonds by Eodrakken
    Ron/Pettigrew. "What would it pleasure me to have my throat cut with diamonds? or to be smothered with cassia? or to be shot to death with pearls?"
  • To The Victors by Caesia
    Draco/others. "Hogwarts was taken on a clear, cold November day. With every gust of wind, umber and orange drifted down from the trees to lay a scant carpet of leaves over the fallen. Draco Malfoy, the son of active Death Eaters, reflected the sky in his pale and empty, ice-blue eyes. His school had become his home, his fantasy reality."
  • At The Beginning by Arachnethe2
    Neville/Lupin. "Sometimes it takes a lot of time and strength to heal"


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