Hermione Granger is flawed. She is ruthless. She casually curses Marietta Edgecombe to a lifetime of pimply-faced shame with no remorse. Hermione Granger lashes out with violence. She sets a flock of angry, attacking birds on Ron in the sixth book. She punches Draco in the face in book three (not that anyone’s complaining). Hermione Granger can be condescending and narrow-minded. She openly insults Trelawney and Luna because she thinks that what they believe is far-fetched. Hermione can be tactless. She utterly fails at comforting Lavender after her pet bunny dies, and she doesn’t understand the culture of the house elves, and continues to steamroll over their expressed wishes, thinking that she knows better. And all of these things are wonderful. x


Hermione glanced at Ron and then said, “I thought that too. But he didn’t want you to know anything.”

“Maybe he thinks I can’t be trusted,” said Harry, watching their expressions.

“Don’t be thick,” said Ron, looking highly disconcerted.

“Or that I can’t take care of myself –”

“Of course he doesn’t think that!” said Hermione anxiously.

99.  Ravenclaw tower has three different sets of dormitories, rather than two. In the case of a trans/non-binary student, they get to choose between girl, boy, and gender neutral/other gender dorms and sleep wherever they feel most comfortable. If a student is questioning their gender identity or realizes that they are a different gender than the dorm they were originally placed in, they can move dorms with relative ease as questioning gender and sexuality is common among ravenclaws, and all orientations are accepted

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Drarry Headcanons

- Harry obviously didn’t know how he felt about Draco until smelling his amortentia (which, by the way, blueberry scented hair gel and don’t tell me that could be anyone else) and even then he’s so oblivious he didn’t actually realize until he walked by him one day and smelled BLUEBERRY FUCKING HAIRGEL

- Draco assumed his own amortentia was just a joke because EXCUSE ME POTTER and so he just got really flustered for a week

- Harry never once thought about acting on his feelings because he grew up with the Dursleys and if you don’t think they got into long-winded rants about “that poof on TV” then you’re wrong

- When Ginny proposed Harry said yes because she was a nice lass and he knew she’d had a thing for him and everyone was expecting it and he couldn’t bear to explain why not

- Except he always loathed himself for it because it was so cowardly and unlike Gryffindor, and he’s be hurting Ginny too if he ever told her the truth

- Harry finally decided to go after Draco when he was working a mission as an Auror and his bogart ends up being Draco and some beautiful blonde woman

- So he goes to Paris immediately where Draco works as a curator in The Louvre because if you think an artsy need like him didn’t go into Art History you’re wrong (and he just really wanted to get away from the wizarding world for a bit)

- And it’s not until he sees Harry that he realizes all those years were actually just really heavy sexual tension and so after their first kiss he smiles and says “Damn it, Potter”

- And obviously Harry is terrified of telling Ginny, but she’s always known because Hermione told her and OF COURSE HERMIONE WOULD FIGURE IT OUT WAY BEFORE HARRY (and hella ships it) so she asks for a divorce so the Weasley family isn’t pissed

- Okay Ron is a bit baffled because he’d joke about it but “blimey mate, that’s Malfoy you’re snogging”

- And at first Mrs. Weasley doesn’t approve because if Fleur wasn’t good enough for Bill there’s no way that that former death eater boy is good enough for Harry, but then one day she’s teaching him to make Harry’s favourite pumpkin pie and he’s so polite and so focused and from then on they’re cooking friends

- Draco tells Mr. Weasley all about those cool muggle paintings that stay absolutely still and expressionism and surrealism and of course he’s fascinated so they go on tour days together

- Narcissa just smiles because she had to deal with teenage Draco so of course she knew and she and Harry have tea when Draco is with Mr. Weasley

- Lucius is honestly just glad that Harry brought Draco back to the wizarding world and “it’s not like he’s from a bad wizarding line” as he tells his friends

- Ginny and Harry are still great friends and do everything with the kids together, so the kids never feel like their parents split up, they just gained an extra dad (and then when she married Neville they get a third dad and at that point it’s just too many dad jokes)

- And obviously Ginny and Neville live right next to 13 Grimmald Place so they have big family dinners and the kids will alternate daily



It was Hermione. But she didn’t look like Hermione at all. She had done something with her hair; it was no longer bushybut sleek and shiny, and twisted up into an elegant knot at the back of her head. She was wearing robesmade of a floaty, periwinkle-blue material, and she was holding herself differently, somehow–or maybe it was merely the absence of the twenty or so books she usually had slung over her back.

I love the dramione world, because it’s so creative. Like its completely non-canon, so you can do anything. And there are all these things that everyone just accepts within the dramione universe. Like, Crabbe and Goyle basically don’t exist even though they were there all the time. Blaise and Theo are Draco’s best friends even though in the books they had like, maybe a page between them. I absolutely LOVE it. Ginny thinks theyre cute, and that Draco’s super hot. Harry’s eventually kind of okay with it, but Ron never really comes around. Theo’s probably gay. Pansy loves muggle fashion magazines. Blaise and Luna 4eva. Daphne’s super sassy and pretty chill. The fandom has developed this whole universe surrounding Hermione and Draco. Amazing.