Okay, so I read most of this. This is weird because I actually do like the premise, but the writing is kind of a mess. The author spends way too much time on things that aren’t interesting, and not enough time at all on what should be the most cathartic moments. Still, the premise was really cool.
I'm posting this fic here in the hope that it updates because I loved the previous revision that was posted years ago. So far not much has happened in the fic but I love the premise and the psychological aspects to the hybrid transformations that will take place in the story. All opinions are based off the previous version and chapter one the the rewrite.
It incorporates the gen one lore very well.
I love the airships and the conflict.
I really like the technology of the world.
Spoiler: I especially love the dark take on the founders of Equestria.
A bold masterpiece that takes the Powerful!Grey!Harry trope to its limits. The Gringotts inheritance scene in particular captures the essence of Indy Harry genre perfectly, with its masterful depiction of Harry's plethora of properties, titles, betrothal contracts, and blocked abilities. Lesser authors should pack up their multi-compartment trunks and turn in their basilisk venom core wands; it's over, King of Magic has won.
It's the typical power fantasy harem where Harry is a runic prodigy just because (seriously, he is automatically a rune genius who will always be better than his lowly classmates because he was born that way) with the usual smattering of manipulative Dumbledore and Weasley bashing.
95% of the fic we spend in Harry's (well, Harriet's) head following her inner thoughts, with only the vaguest idea of where the current scene takes place. One moment Harriet is musing about Voldemort and ancient cities, and the next she suddenly is clawing her way from a grave. Buying a book at Flourish and Blotts warrants a single paragraph describing the location, and dozens containing Harriet's musings about ICW, history, and international politics. Some chapters barely have a line of dialogue! It's just Harriet's endless train of thought, interspersed very rarely by a beat of action.