Grazhir :: Crossover :: Hisui :: Story Detail


HPRS Status: Complete
Sequel: No
Snapshots: No
Span: 15072015-16092015
Pairings: Harry/Reborn

Summary: Hisui always knew he was special. He also knew his original name wasn’t Hisui. His parents threw him away like trash; he would make it on his own. Becoming a hitman? Not that big of a step.

Spoilers: Harry Potter, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!

Warnings: slash, extreme canon mangling, damaged!Harry, not-at-all-like-canon!Harry, time skips, identity hopping, cross-dressing, elements of crack (again, we’re dealing with a manga that starts out as comedic, so it’s inevitable, though I do try to find vaguely plausible reasons for some of it), OCs

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Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created and owned by J. K. Rowling, various publishers including but not limited to Bloomsbury Books, Scholastic Books and Raincoast Books, and Warner Bros., Inc.; and Amano Akira, Weekly Shōnen Jump, and Viz Media. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.


1. This drops straight into things, without any backstory. You get stuff in dribbles along the way, so prepare to be confused for a while as to what the hell happened regarding the Harry Potter world. If you bitch about it, I won’t be paying attention. If you ask questions, that’s something different, though depending on what they are, I may refuse to answer them. If you flame, I’ll either mock you or ignore you.

2. I make shit up on the fly, as usual, though I do attempt to ensure none of it conflicts too badly with known canon, or would be outright impossible (well, there is that one semi-cracked thing I did). Though, at least one event was shifted to make it fit what I was aiming for, to be used as a trigger of sorts. Of course, other events I bypassed (but if you know me at all, you were already expecting that), or altered to fit changed circumstances or my needs.

3. I have this weird feeling people are going to bitch at me that Reborn is OOC, but please try to remember, all of this starts before the events that led to the Fated Day, that event that really messed up his head and caused him to erase parts of his past. He ended up being a kind of semi-bitter, sadistic (adorable!) bulldozer in KHR canon. So, if you feel tempted to complain, don’t expect me to listen, not when way too many people out there can’t seem to understand the concept of causality or even basic psychology. The same applies to Harry. He is very unlike HP canon, but he doesn’t have the same start in life, and a lot of his resulting personality is tied up in what was done to him and what powers he commands.

4. Off-kilter focus on a lot of events, since Tsuna is never the POV character (and Renato only gets POV like, twice). I kinda really hate rehashing canon events without having anything to add to the experience, so it sticks to Harry’s POV to show off-camera events as well as semi-canon ones. But, oh god, I realized just how much of a pain the Daily Life Arc episodes are to deal with, and ended up cutting quite a number of them. Really, there’s only so much you can talk about torturing Tsuna before it gets booooring. So yeah, if Hisui wasn’t present or listening in, it happened off camera. And battles? Fuck that noise. Most of them are not lovingly detailed, because that shit is boring to me. But then I’m not a teenage boy. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

5. I have to say right now, before anybody starts reading anything, that I loathe the Future Arc and the Inheritance Arc with the fire of a thousand suns. So, in order to be able to face even trying to finish this story, I had to come up with a plan that didn’t see me flinging myself off a bridge in despair. To that end, there are three ending paths, based both on Tsuna’s choice, and on what I found amusing or fitting. I’ll do the depressing one first, I suppose. Eh, actually, the paths went wherever the hell they wanted to, it seems, so…

6. I used the manga this time, not the anime. The anime altered too many things for my comfort (though watching Mukuro wail the tar out of Mammon was a wonderful experience). I treat Tsuna the same way I did in Kidorui—which is to say, wailing him over the head with reality frequently. If you think that means I hate the kid, you have worse problems than I do psychologically.