People thrashed themselves for this fest, and whether any team wins or loses, people reading their stories is the only reward most writers were after. A quick comment to say thanks if there was anything you like about a particular story will take you about 40 seconds and make the writer feel spectacular.
One little note, a lot of people have discussed the fact that there are a lot of spelling and grammar issues with some WC stories; the deadline for this fest was very tight, and utterly inflexible. Many of the best betas were overstretched, and a number of the participants had English as a second or third language. I am amazed at what people achieved under the circumstances.
Serendipity, Prompt: Wheel of Fortune, Wordcount: over 9500
Draco has run away from the world, but a part of it comes running after him. Yes, of course it's the bespectacled Potter part, did you not pay attention to the basic themes of this Festival?
Subconscious, Prompt: The Moon, Wordcount: 10,172
When Harry accepts an assignment to speak with a Seer being held at St Giles's mental hospital, he thinks he is escaping a directive to work with the Malfoys. So the discovery of Draco Malfoy as his guide to the hospital and patient is less than welcome.
The Touch of Your Hand, Prompt: The most important H/D moment from the books, Art
One of the most spectacular pieces of fanart I have seen in a long time, the artist focusses on the moment when Harry finally does take DRaco's hand, but also everything that has come before and will come after that moment. A very clever use of animation without losing sight of the image's form; and take a look at the shapes of the last panel. Wholly brilliant stuff.
Sorry chaps, I meant to finish this today, but things started off chaotically and have ended in a pounding headache, and no amount of sofa napping is combatting that. I've missed five Team EWe fics and one art, please check them out, they are all worth the effort!