Lily Luna always had a crush on Scorpius Malfoy- a bit like Ginny’s on Harry.
However, she wasn’t as obsessed, and stood aside for Rose. Even though Rose and Scorpius hated eachother, she could tell they would turn out like her grandparents.
Neville and Luna had a brief fling after the battle of Hogwarts
That is, until Luna got a job in the Department of Magical Creatures, and Neville became a Hogwarts Professor. Luna fell in love with Rolf Scamander, after accepting that many creatures did not exist, and together they proved the existence of the Crumple-Horned Snorkack. They had twins- Lysander and Lorcan- who were in the year below Lily. Neville settled down with Hannah Abbott, who became the landlady to the Leaky Cauldron.
wow okay i should have answered this AGEES ago but yeah, i was pretty sure he wasn’t.
Thank you though!
nope. I’m British (:
possibly? idk. Anyone have a definitive answer?
whether he is or isn’t is irrelevant though, cause it was a headcanon, but if he’s gay it’d be fucking awesome.
oh my god guys
i am so so sorry about abandoning you so shortly after getting back, but i suddenly had exams and coursework piled on top of me, and i rarely have time to breathe right now.
Scheduling is going to be a little difficult for a while, because i still have school/exams/coursework, and then i’m going on holiday a couple of times in the summer, so i wont be around all the time, but i’ll try and update as much as possible until september, where i should hopefully be able to update more regulary.
thank you, everyone who has stuck by me, and us.
91. Harry mourned for the dead after the war, but he never cried for them.
In fact, he never cried for anyone, at least not since he was very little. Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia had always told him it was a weakness, and showing weakness was not tolerated in the Dursley household; they’d stamped the urge to cry out of him by the age of five. So he didn’t cry for his parents; he didn’t cry for Cedric or Sirius or Dumbledore or Fred or Remus or Colin or Dobby or Tonks or Lavender or any of the other fatalities in the Second Wizarding War. In fact, he’d mainly thought he’d lost the ability forever. Until, that is, the first Christmas at The Burrow after the War. Mr and Mrs Weasley presented him with his own spoon to place on the Weasley Family Clock, and Harry all but burst into tears at the fact that after 18 years he finally had a family that loved him.
90. When Harry and Ginny got married, Mrs Weasley’s gift to them was their own replica of the Weasley Family Clock.
Every time there was a new addition to the Potter Family, she presented them with a spoon with the new baby’s name on. It took pride of place in their living room.
89. Lily Luna somehow inherited Ginny’s fire-red hair, and Harry’s eyes. It made her the spitting image of her namesake.
Seeing her and James Sirius together as adults was always weird for Harry, because James looked exactly liked Harry; except for the eyes. He had Ginny’s eyes, meaning he too looked like a replica of his namesake.
Seeing his youngest child and his oldest child together always made Harry’s heart ache a little, because it always reminded him of the first time he saw his parents, when he looked into the Mirror of Erised.
88. it was never that Lily denied her crush on James. It was more that she didn’t realise it existed.
At least until some blonde bimbo climbed into his lap at a victory party the Gryffindors threw when they won the House Cup. That was not okay. So Lily told the girl at such. Very loudly. And with rude hand gestures. When Blondey looked at James and looked offended, he just laughed, and told her that he heart always belonged to Evans.
86. Neville was slightly bemused when he got and the Nightbus for the first time.
“What yer name then?” Stan Shunpike had asked, and when Neville has replied all he got was a laugh “Nice try mate, but yer no Neville Longbottom. He were on here a couple a years ago and you look nuffin’ like him! I betcha your famous or sumfin, and don’t want anyone to know, eyy? Well it’s alright. I won’t tell no one.”
Harry eventually told him the story of his summer before their third year, when he heard Neville talking to Seamus and Dean in hushed tones about the fact that someone on the Nightbus had claimed there were two Neville Longbottom’s.
Dean and Seamus couldn’t laughing about the fate of poor Aunt Marge.
85. Despite what most thought, Voldemort visited Riddle Manor more than just the time he killed his good-for-nothing father and grandparents.
He went there just one other time, during the summer holidays before his sixth year. He stood outside the gates and looked in, ignoring the strange looks of the older locals, the intrigued looked of the teenage locals and just for a second, his heart ached for the father he never knew, and the life he never had. Quickly though, he remember that the said father had abandoned him, abandoned his mother just because she was magical and the pain receded, to be quickly replaced by rage that a mere muggle thought he was better than a witch.
84. Harry never told anyone whilst he was attending the school, but the Dungeons were actually one of his favourite places to go when he was at Hogwarts and needed time to think.
It kind of reminded him of his cupboard at the Dursley; as much as he hated to admit it, the cupboard was a familiar place. The sense of being contained made him feel safe. The feeling he got in the dungeons was the same.
87. the Twins’ inspiration for the Extendable Ears came from Percy, who had a habit of telling them that “They could only listen in on more conversations if they had ears that stretched away from their heads” whenever he caught them snooping.
In tiny print on the back of every package were the words ‘For PW, who’s a stuck up git, but has good idea’s sometime.’
you’re not being offensive at all hon, and like I say, a lot of these are personal headcanons; not everyone’s gonna agree with them.
To be honest, the headcanon is based entirely on a fanfiction I read, in which Dumbledore was the evil one and had manipulated Tom using dark magic from an early age, to shape him into the villian he ultimately was. I know that it would never happen, but it got me thinking about the whole “incapable of love meaning he’s evil” thing. Whilst mostly disliked as a group, many sociopaths are “incapable” of love, but theyre not inherently evil. The same could be said of autistics; depending on their place in the Autism Spectrum and the severity of their condition, many severe autistics have a removal from their emotions and are therefor pretty much incapable of love, but again, it doesn’t make them evil. (I have a list of other disorders, but i shan’t bore you with them.) That’s not to say that the theory is wrong - is canon, for a start, and I also beleive that his conception made him incapable of love - and whilst I agree there must have been something wrong with him since the beginning (as shown by his behavior towards the other children in the orphanage) I honestly believe that somethign must have happened whilst at Hogwarts to push him fully over the edge.
Thats just my opinion though, and yours is also valid. Don’t ever be sorry for expressing it.
and thank you (‘: