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Dumbledore's Army
Reviews for: Nobody's Pawn
Review(s): 4

Reviewer: MaskDate: 2003-12-10
Reviewid: 62798Chapter: 1
Excellent work. A couple of interesting Chess points. One if a pawn makes it to the other side of the board he is promoted or 'Queened'. This replaces the pawn the weakest piece with a queen, the most powerful. I think Ron has made that very journey. He's crossed his board and in that struggle has become someone that Hermione loves and Harry needs.
Interestingly in book 1 he chose to be a knight. Yet he controled the game like the king. It allowed him to take an active role and as he wasn't the vital piece, to sacrifice himself at the right moment. Lastly it is important to note that if Hermione is the Queen, the knight is the only piece that can do something the queen cannot. He is the only one who can take her from a position where she cannot take him. Hermione is SO very capable but it is interesting that Ron seems to be able to find the one pathway she leaves unguarded and almost ignores to enter her life and heart. Ron is no ones pawn he is everything but.

Reviewer: LisalyDate: 2003-08-03
Reviewid: 45152Chapter: 1

Reviewer: noonefromnowhereDate: 2003-01-26
Reviewid: 17970Chapter: 1
Nice little introspection piece here.
I could see Ron thinking this.
The Queen and The King, the 2 most
important pieces on the board. The lowly
pawn looked down as nothing more
than an afterthought.
But without the pawns, the Queen and King
would always fall.
Nice job.

Reviewer: DanaeDate: 2002-08-25
Reviewid: 3080Chapter: 1
This was really good! It's always nice to see into Ron's head.

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