team severus

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SLYTHERIN / HUFFLEPUFF
RELATIONSHIP

Preference #29

Cute Disney Couple moment (Next Gen: Team A):
(I have no idea what this request means exactly, so I just went with this.I know there’s two Tangled gifs, shh that movie is a masterpiece. Now for the boring admin: because of the large amount of Next Gen characters I’ve divided them into teams. Team A (this group) is the most requested Next Gen characters. If you want me to use another group, or certain characters and not others, tell me. -Kerrie)

James Sirius:

Whether you mean to or not, you always seem to get pulled into James’ latest trouble making scheme. This means you spend a lot of time hiding from angry teachers/prefects/peers/anybody really. Still, there are worst thing then being in an enclosed space for an extended period of time with your boyfriend…

Albus Severus:

Albus is always the perfect gentlemen, sweet, nice and caring. You couldn’t wish for a better boyfriend. Even if you could, you’d still rather have Albus.

Molly II:

Molly’s pretty much a giant ball of energy. Not that you don’t love that, you do! But some of your favourite moments are when you can both just relax and chill together.

Louis:

Louis’ attractive. He knows it, you know it, the whole castle knows it. That doesn’t mean he likes it. He’s never really sure if anyone likes him for him, or just his Veela blood and pretty face, anyone but you. He’s sure of you. You make a big show of listening to him, and paying attention to him. He know it’s sincere, despite the slight joking and loves you for it.

Teddy:

Teddy’s quite fond of affectionate touches, and enjoys some subtle PDA. Holding hands while walking around Hogwarts is not uncommon for the two of you.

Scorpius:

Scorpius was usually a calm, collected individual. Seeing how you could fluster him so easily made it very clear how he felt about you. 

Snape fans get so much shit

Why can’t Snape fans be allowed to like Snape? Why must we always be criticized for liking a fictional character? We know he did shitty things. We know he bullied children. We know he was an all around horrible human being. We know he changed sides because of Lily. We know everything he did whether it be good or bad. We don’t care. Can everyone get over the fact that some people like complicated characters?

Okay, legitimately here, I need to ask: why does the hp fandom condemn Snape for his entire life for using ‘mudblood’ once at 15 while being bullied/assaulted, despite soon after dedicating his life to destroying pureblood supremacy and in-text condemning the use of the word, and then carry on and excuse Draco Malfoy’s rampant use of it (16 times, including twice over the age of 15, when he’s: mildly embarrassed, resentful, jealous, or just wanting to hurt Hermione/Harry/innocent children) because of outside pressure, despite him never, in the books, showing any remorse or regret for his bigoted beliefs/language? Seriously, why the double standard here? 

But what about: 

  • Albus Severus that thinks it’s ridiculous to hate other houses
  • Albus severus going to the ball with a Slytherin boy  
  • Albus Severus having no interest quidditch but still going to the games and always ending up cheering for the wrong team 
  • Albus Severus getting embarassed when people mention his dad
  • Albus severus trying to introduce a new nickname for himself every week because it’s NOT ALBUS IT’S ANGUIS, IT’S LATIN FOR SNAKE DAMN IT
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Next Generation Profiles

Remember, I use this blog’s sorting system when sorting characters into houses. 

Rose Weasley - ENTJ - Gryffindor Primary/Gryffindor Secondary 

Wand Profile: Fir, Dragon Core, 14 inches, Brittle.

Rose was sorted into the Gryffindor house before the sorting hat even touched her head. She has an intimidating demeanor to those that do not know her well. She is incredibly witty and intelligent, but she is always charging into things head first. She is known as fearless, and she will always stand up for what she believes in. She has a one-track mind to eventually become the youngest Minister of Magic in history, and enjoys being captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team. 

Albus Severus Potter - ENFJ - Hufflepuff Primary/Slytherin Secondary 

Wand Profile: Cypress, Unicorn Core, 11 inches, Slightly Yielding.

Albus was known for his loyalty and resourceful nature before stepping on Hogwarts grounds at the age of eleven, so it was no surprise that the sorting hat put him in the Slytherin house after a lot of consideration. He used his determination to create the first LGBT club at Hogwarts, and takes pride in his bisexuality. He is especially gifted in Charms, and hopes to become a healer in the future. 

James Sirius Potter - INFP - Gryffindor Primary/Slytherin Secondary 

Wand Profile: Pine, Phoenix Core, 11 ½ inches, Supple. 

James was given a choice between Slytherin and Gryffindor when he first arrived at Hogwarts, and like his father, he chose the Gryffindor house. Unlike his late grandfather and godfather, he has a quiet nature, but never let that fool you. He is quite cunning and can easily slip in and out of tough situations undetected. This might be where he gets his mysterious nature from his peers, and why girls seem to be intrigued by him and his compelling looks. He is the most creative of the Potter children, and he prefers to stay in and read novels, paint, or play guitar when he not playing hero. His life long dream has been to become an Auror like his father. 

Scorpius Malfoy - ESFP - Slytherin Primary/Hufflepuff Secondary 

Wand Profile: Dogwood, Unicorn Core, 12 ¾ inches, Quite Flexible.

Little Scorpius took after his father’s good looks and charming personality, but he is naturally more personable and took after his mother’s kind heart. It was no surprise when he was sorted into Slytherin, because he is incredibly resourceful and loyal to those he cares for most. He is known as the Slytherin’s class clown, and he cares more about experiencing new things than getting good grades (to his father’s dismay). He is best friends with Al, and is Keeper for the Slytherin Quidditch Team.