The Lucifer Effect

When Voldemort completely breaks Harry’s mind in fifth year, he struggles to see the point of the ‘Greater Good’, when everybody is just as greedy and selfish as each other. In this broken state, the Horcrux in Harry’s head manipulates him onto a darker path of rape and murder, and self pleasjure at all costs.

After all, if everybody else only cares about themselves, why should he care about others?

Featuring a very OOC Harry, and later Hermione.

The Economic Power He Knows Not: Year Three

It’s the quiet before the storm so to speak. Harry reunites with his “Uncle” Remus Lupin, moves in with his godfather Sirius Black and becomes a Student Teacher for the new Magical Crafts and Arts program. He continues to build up his friends/family base and assists the Department of Mysteries with the mission he has tasked them to.

Stoppable Takes Control

Ron goes from good to evil to good again thanks to that Hench Co. device. But in the end, the transfer back to good doesn’t quite… take. Ron is no longer pure evil, and he’s certainly not ‘take over the world’ evil. But he does have a thing for control, and he’s a teenage boy with a libido to match.

Dodging Prison and Stealing Witches

Book 1: Revenge is Best Served Raw
Harry Potter has been banged up for ten years in the hellhole brig of Azkaban for a crime he didn't commit, and his traitorous brother, the not-really-boy-who-lived, has royally messed things up. After meeting Fate and Death, Harry is given a second chance to squash Voldemort, dodge a thousand years in prison, and snatch everything his hated brother holds dear.