You dare use my own spells against me, Potter? Yes. I’m the Half Blood Prince.
favorite ships - harry x hermione (harry potter)
↳”And as he thought this, the scar on his forehead burned so badly that he clapped his hand to it. “What’s up?” said Hermione, looking alarmed. “Scar,” Harry mumbled. “But it’s nothing … it happens all the time now …” None of the others had noticed a thing.”
dramione + greek mythology » hades & persephone
Draco Malfoy wouldn’t be a true Slytherin if he didn’t take advantage of the lingering paranoia in the post-war era to push a Marriage Law that would pair former Dark Lord supporters and sympathizers with a muggleborn spouse. He also wouldn’t be a true Malfoy if he didn’t bribe and blackmail the Chief Warlock of the Wizengamot to vote in favor of the law and ensure that he was paired with the muggleborn witch he secretly fancied since fourth year. With the Marriage Law in place, Granger would be his and no one — not even Scarhead and his idiot sidekick — would be able to do a thing about.
When a seemingly innocuous scroll titled “Marriage Law” materialized on her cluttered desk one morning, Hermione simply added it to one of the many teetering piles of paperwork and did not spare it another glance until an official-looking letter bearing the Ministry seal arrived a few hours later, informing Hermione of her pending nuptials to one Draco Lucius Malfoy. She immediately snatched the scroll from its pile and read it over several times to verify it wasn’t some elaborate hoax. The cosmic irony was not lost on Hermione that it was her job as Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement to ensure that every citizen abided by the Marriage Law. The loophole that she was legally required to spend only six months out of the year living with her ex-Death-Eater-future-husband at his Wiltshire Manor provided little comfort.