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Yeah, fan works aren't typically allowed on pages. James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing is a rare exception, since it's actually been published with J.K. Rowling's consent. Still, nothing from fan works, even JP:HoEC, should be in the main part of an article, only in a "Behind the scenes" section (as it was on James Potter II's article), and then only where relevant (it's relevant there since the work is an endorsed-by-JKR piece of fanfic about a pretty minor character in the series). But, yeah, if you see anything from just a normal fanfic or other non-notable fan work in an article, feel free to remove it. A pretty good test of notability is if it has an article here, which very few fanworks do (I think Potter Puppet Pals and a few wizrock bands are it other than the aformentioned book). -- 1337star (talk) 03:47, November 3, 2011 (UTC)