The History of “The Story That Made No Sense”

As I’ve said on the first post of this blog, I wrote the story when I was disappointed with the final book in the Harry Potter series. Of course, it turned into a poorly-written parody, with Harry Potter making a terrible (and completely selfish) decision to delete himself from the world. That decision destroyed the wizarding world and forced another young boy to take Harry’s place as the hero of the series.

Needless to say, the boy was worse than what Harry had been.

For example, the boy lived a worse life than Harry did, which was why he happily agreed to go off with Hagrid to Hogwarts (or whatever you call it, since there is no Harry Potter, there can’t be a Hogwarts!). Also, the boy’s two friends are even weirder than Ron and Hermione put together.

But that’s not the worst of it.

Harry himself is reduced to playing the part of the love interest who is useless when the main character is in trouble, which happens on several occasions. Plus, although Harry finally has the family he wants, his family is the worst family you can find on this earth. (Plus, it would be a waste of time describing them.)

So, what we have here is a story which doesn’t make any sense.

I also wrote the prequel that doesn’t make any sense, and it continued to destroy the Harry Potter world. Luckily, when I wrote The Sequel That Made No Sense, something inside me told me to STOP WRITING THE STORY AND DELETE IT FROM THE INTERNET RIGHT NOW!!! (Ironically, writing The Sequel That Made No Sense made me stop writing (and reading) Harry Potter fanfiction altogether. But I’ll talk about that later.)

Anyway, with that being done, I ended up deleting my account and disassociating myself from the Harry Potter fandom for a long time. But the story about a boy who goes on an adventure only to realize that he was causing trouble in his school stayed with me for a while, as I knew what I had to do.

With that, that’s the story behind the story that made no sense. Of course, this story will be exclusive, pointing out things that Harry Potter got wrong (and what I’m doing to correct the mistakes), and presenting to the world the story that should have been written. Now let’s get this story started!


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