Did you know that the first Lucius Malfoy wanted to marry Queen Elizabeth I. Didn’t think about spoiling his pure-blood reputation now did he?😏
Draco Malfoy has ice grey eyes in the books, but Tom Felton has blue eyes in the movies.
The peacock is a symbol of vanity and self-centeredness. It also represents the beauty and immortality, as well as the fragility of the ideas of the magicians who owns this Patronus. The Albino Peacock was Lucius Malfoy’s Patronus fits him rather perfectly doesn’t it😏?
Hey Potterheads so I was looking for The Sacred 28 families and here they are in alphabetical order.
Why didn’t the Potters make the Sacred Twenty-Eight?
‘Potter’ is a common Muggle surname. Harry’s family didn’t make the list, according to J.K. Rowling, because ‘the anonymous compiler of that supposedly definitive list of pure-bloods suspected that they had sprung from what he considered to be tainted blood’.
Did you know that the word ‘Malfoy’ means bad faith in Latin. And since Draco’s name means dragon it implies to a crude personality I for one personally find at fitting most of the time (I did say MOST of the time)
Due to Joanne Rowling’s contribution in literature Muggle is a word in the Oxford dictionary.
Did you know that Dumbledore means ‘bumblebee’ in old English?
Holly is one of the rarer kinds of wand woods, traditionally considered protective, it works most happily for those who may need help overcoming a tendency to anger and impetuosity. At the same time, holly wands often choose owners who are engaged in some dangerous and often spiritual quest.
Those with the stag patronus are noble and brave. Quick to defend those you care for and more than able to do so you make a formidable friend. You can come across intimidating to those with a milder temperament so try not to overpower others with your brave and forward approach.
An archaic Hogwarts term for any new student whose Sorting takes longer than five minutes. This is an exceptionally long time for the Sorting Hat to deliberate, and occurs rarely, perhaps once every fifty years.
Hermione Granger and Neville Longbottom came close to be a hatstall. The Sorting Hat spent nearly four minutes trying to decide whether it should place Hermione in Ravenclaw or Gryffindor. In Neville’s case, the Hat was determined to place him in Gryffindor: Neville, intimidated by that house’s reputation for bravery, requested a placing in Hufflepuff. Their silent wrangling resulted in triumph for the Hat.
The only true Hatstalls known personally to Harry Potter were Minerva McGonagall and Peter Pettigrew. The former caused the hat to agonise for five and a half minutes as to whether Minerva ought to go to Ravenclaw or Gryffindor; the latter was placed in Gryffindor after a long deliberation between that house and Slytherin. The Sorting Hat, which is infamously stubborn, still refuses to accept that its decision in the case of the latter may have been erroneous, citing the manner in which Pettigrew died as (dubious) evidence.