The Snape/Weasley Archive
|Name:||The Snape/Weasley Archive|
|Date(s):||2001 – 2011|
|Type:||Severus Snape/Weasley Family slash|
www.tittisrealm.com/archive (c. 2003-2011)
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The archive was started by Acassha on December 28, 2001. It was originally hosted at Angelfire, then moved to Brinkster in mid 2002. The Snape Slash Fleet Port of Call provided a background for the "Good Ship Severus Snape / Weasley", with short bios for Bill, Charlie, and Ron.
The archive went offline around 2011. Titti wrote in 2012 that although the archive was offline, she had backed it up and no content was lost, and that she would look into finding a new webmaster or importing it to AO3.
As of January 2006, the archive contained 87 fanfics by 41 authors. Seventy-five of the stories were written after GoF, 10 were written after OotP, and 2 were written after HBP. The pairings featured were:
As of April 2006, the archived contained 107 stories.
Authors who had fanfiction on the archive as of late 2002 include: Adrienne • Atalanta Pendragonne • Auror Borealis • Becca • Catriona Snape • Cybele • Darkrose • Eggbert • JayKay • Minx • Rawaan • Reggibar • Titti • Vashsunglasses • Yue Kato
- Post by Acassha at SSF-Update, 28 December 2001. See also The Snape/Weasley Archive at Fan History Wiki (archived 21 March 2009 by the Wayback Machine).
- Welcome to the Snape Slash Fleet Port of Call! - Shipmates. (Archived by the Wayback Machine on 11 May 2004.)
- tittisrealm.com/ was captured by the Wayback Machine on February 11, 2011. By June 6, 2011, it was offline. No Wayback Machine captures of the archive itself at Titti's Realm exist.
- titti at LiveJournal. State of Titti, 10 July 2012. (Accessed 17 February 2015.)
- Thin Line & The Snape/Weasley Archive Are Moving to the AO3 (Accessed 11 March 2021)
- titti at ssf_updates on LiveJournal. Revamped Thin Line and the Snape/Weasley Archive, 17 January 2006. (Accessed 17 February 2015.)
- harmony_bites at LiveJournal. Harry Potter Shipping Archives: A Guide, posted 13 April 2006. (Accessed 16 February 2015.)