Summer (summerborn) wrote,
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If Snape showed up in a post-DH fic...

Snupin-centric, I suppose, but anyone with thoughts on the subject is welcome to participate. I've been away a while - what are your thoughts about warnings and labels for post-DH Snupin (if that isn't a contradiction in terms)?

Poll #1392732 Regarding older Snupin (Post-War, Post-DH) fic...

If Snape and/or Lupin appear alive in a fic set after the war...

I want to see an explanation of how he/they survived his/their canon deaths.
6(25.0%)
An explanation (even just in passing) is nice, but not a necessity.
12(50.0%)
I'll just take it as read that he's/they're alive. Don't even care about how.
5(20.8%)
He/They can only be alive if it's Alternate Universe (AU).
1(4.2%)

If Snape and Lupin appear alive in a fic set after the war...

No special labels or warnings are necessary.
11(45.8%)
Warn for "non-canon" or "canon through book X" or something like that.
4(16.7%)
It must be labeled AU.
1(4.2%)
Other (will elaborate in comments!)
1(4.2%)

As for Remus & Tonks (and Teddy)...

Can we just pretend it never happened?
0(0.0%)
Let's pretend it never happened, *and* we don't have to call it AU.
0(0.0%)
I prefer fic to be consistent up through OotP - then he got out of there.
0(0.0%)
Up through HBP is fine - as long as Remus doesn't have a kid.
0(0.0%)
Teddy should only be around if he is central to the fic.
0(0.0%)
Just leave it as it is after DH, Teddy alive, and then deal with Remus being alive separately.
3(12.5%)
If you don't call it AU, then you have to mention Tonks before pairing Remus with *anyone*.
1(4.2%)
I'm just tired of reading about how Remus left Tonks before I get to the Snupin-y goodness.
0(0.0%)
I don't care about Remus *or* Tonks, really.
0(0.0%)
Other thoughts - details in the comments!
0(0.0%)
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