|SIYE Time:22:52 on 4th August 2020|
We tried this a while back and got a goodish number of entries; this time we've tidied up the prompt a bit, removed the titles that were used last time, and added a couple of new ones.
Last time the challenge was to spoof Mary-Sue characters; this time the challenge is referential. From small references and subtle in-jokes to full-blown crossovers, this one is all about throwing other fandoms into the mix. (Remember to adapt your disclaimers!)
| Harry Potter VII: Voldemort's Revenge by DoubleDoors [Reviews - 5] |
My attempt at the Crossing Over Challenge.
Harry and the rest of the Wizarding world believe that the war that spread violently over the country as a result of Voldemort's madness was finally over. But all is not as it seems in Hogwarts - the threats that lay in an average breakfast meal or certain pets that roam the castle cannot be ignored, and soon, that which they most fear may indeed come to pass: Voldemort's return. Again.
| Wizards In Black II by lizzi-mae21 [Reviews - 5] |
Written for the Crossing Over Challenge. Harry and Ginny's kids arrive from the future during the Horcrux hunt, but the only person who knows how to send them back is a non-magic Si-Fi fanatic. How will the Horcruxes be destroyed and how will Harry defeat Voldemort?
| Healer Who? [Miz636] by Miz636 [Reviews - 12] |
*** Winner of Best Overall in the Crossing Over Challenge ***
Dumbledore has been forced to leave Hogwarts, Dolores Umbridge is now in charge, and... a blue box has just crashed into the grounds of Hogwarts?
Crossover with Doctor Who. 11th Doctor. Takes place during the two months the Doctor is looking for Melody Pond.
| Sherlock Potter And The Red-Headed League by Spenser Hemmingway [Reviews - 8] |
*** Winner of Most Insane & Greatest Advance in the Field of Molecular Gastronomy in the Crossing Over Challenge ***
The famous Red-Headed League has returned! What deviltry are they up to this time. It’s up the great detective Sherlock Potter to ascertain the answer. Will it again be a robbery…a kidnapping…white slavery? Perhaps it involves one of the greatest crimes of all—a broken, lonely heart. Tally ho! The game is afoot!
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