Title: A Discordant Note Author: Noodlehammer Rating: M Status: Ongoing Words: 122,566 Published: Aug 14, 2018 Library Category: Almost Recommended Pairing: Harry/Luna Link: Link Summary: It only takes a single disharmonious element to throw off the entire composition. Fifty years before Robert Baratheon ascends the Iron Throne, Westeros receives one hell of a bad musician. Harry never did care about any player other than himself. Oh boy. Where to begin with this one. For starters it's a sequel to For Love of Magic in the same way that Noodlehammer's previous Naruto story went from Pure Naruto to crossovers. In this instance he's taken his OP Immortal Wizard-God-King Harry and transplanted him, Luna and Adrastia (Blaise's mom, OC, psychobitch chestmaster type character) into the Game of Thrones world. I'm ill equipped to comment on how accurate the world is as I have not read Game of Thrones nor have I watched the series. Either way, Flom ended with a 500 year skip forward after Harry decided to Magically Irradiate the HP world and making the mistake of waking up Voldemort to check on the Prophecy. Voldemort did Voldemort things and Harry, Luna and Adrastia got flung to the new world. There's a healthy dose of exploring the Game of Thrones world, more so than the characters and a generous helping of city building going on off to the side as Harry sets himself up beyond the wall. Overall I'd say I enjoy this story a lot more than the original as Harry himself isn't as... well, you know. Though he definitely retains a lot of the same personality quirks and issues in the original. I read this whenever it updates which is every few months. I'd say it's definitely a step up from where Flom ended, but how big a step up remains to be seen and is definitely down to personal opinion.