harry potter and the sorcerer’s fucking lies harry potter and the chamber of no clues harry potter and the prisoner is a clue and it’s in azkaban so that’s why it’s not here harry potter and the goblet full of shit. harry potter and the order- there is no order because she lied harry potter and the half-assed clue that never showed up harry potter and the deathly excitement for a clue that NEVER CAME
“People ask me if there are going to be stories of Harry Potter as an adult. Frankly, if I wanted to, I could keep writing stories until Harry is a senior citizen, but I don’t know how many people would actually want to read about a 65 year old Harry still at Hogwarts playing bingo with Ron and Hermione.”—
the sims could live in hogwarts and interact with other students and go to classes and shit and instead of the skills being athletic, logic, gardening etc it could be potions, charms, transfiguration, etc
How I FEEEEEL about this character: I really like Malfoy. He’s by no means a great guy, but it’s hard for people to grow to be good when their upbringing stifles that. Harry was a rare exception; Malfoy played more into what we expect. Actually I think you could see that there’s a lot of similarity between Draco and Dudley, and both characters grew out of their completely spoiled ways, but both struggled with it. And as an added bonus, Draco had his life on the line. I think I just really dig the psychology that has to go along with his character. All the people I ship romantically with this character: I’ve read Drarry and Dramione; Dramione’s better in my opinion, but ultimately I’d have Hermione with a lot of other people before Draco. He’s definitely interesting to read romantically though. My non-romantic OTP for this character: Draco/Harry. I really like to imagine how they navigated through the rest of their lives together, bumping into each other at the Ministry and other things. I wonder a lot how Draco spent the rest of his life thinking of Harry. Oh, and definitely Draco/Narcissa. I love them! My unpopular opinion about this character: I don’t know if it’s so much an “opinion,” but I’m always bothered by the fact that Draco didn’t give up Harry at Malfoy Manor, but then went after him in the Room of Requirement. I don’t get the change. Was it really to go after his wand? Was it because he had his cronies with him? Was it because Voldemort was actually there in the action? I just completely don’t understand it. One thing I wish would happen / had happened with this character in canon: I’d have liked to see more of his and Pansy’s interactions. They were just so ridiculous that time he had his head in her lap and she was stroking his hair. She always seemed to be the female Slytherin we saw around, but we don’t actually know much about the development of their relationship.