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— September 3, 2009 @ 9:20 pm
That’s right, Teddy’s off to Hogwarts! I wonder what house he got sorted in?
— September 5, 2009 @ 9:49 pm
My guess would be Gryffindor, since his dad was in Gryffindor, and he would have a lot of Gryffindor influence around him, what with Harry, Ginny and the Weasley family around.
— September 7, 2009 @ 11:44 am
Maybe so, but Tonks was a Hufflepuff, and he was raised by his grandma Andromeda (wonder what house SHE was in…) so I’d say Hufflepuff is just as good a guess.
— September 9, 2009 @ 6:26 pm
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— September 14, 2009 @ 4:35 am
I meant “the”…
— September 14, 2009 @ 4:36 am
Teddy’s grandma Andromeda would have been in Slytherin. She was Sirius’s cousin, and was blasted off the tapestry for marrying a muggle.
— September 19, 2009 @ 7:14 pm
There might be a HUGE number of students – people kept in and hiding from the authorities. Remember Arthur and Molly got married because no one knew what would be happening next.
— October 4, 2009 @ 8:29 am
Andromeda a Slytherin? You’re joking! She would probably have been a Griffindor; I don’t know about you, but I think it’d take courage for a Black to marry a Muggle-born!
Good luck, Teddy!
— October 25, 2009 @ 4:29 pm
I think Andromeda was in Slytherin, Jo said ALL of the Blacks except Sirius, and Slughorn said all of Sirius’s family had been in Slytherin and that he would have liked the set. I agree with Weaslylover, and Changeling is right, it would take courage for a Black to marry a Muggle-born, but Andromeda, being a Slytherin, would know how to get what she wanted. And as Dumbledore said, I sometimes think we sort too early.
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— November 18, 2009 @ 8:32 pm
Well, won’t Lily Potter Jr. and Rose Weasley be going too?
— January 4, 2010 @ 10:08 pm
just because Andromeda was a “Black” does not necessarily put her in Slytherin. Sirius was sorted into Gryffindor
— January 11, 2010 @ 9:58 am
Andromeda Granger wrote:
I got into Ravenclaw.Malfoy got a detention in Herbology today.
— January 16, 2010 @ 4:04 pm
I can’t believe Sirius was blamed, I mean I know he actually tried to kill Peter but he certainly had his reasons!
— March 2, 2010 @ 5:39 pm
just because you are in slytherin doesn’t mean yo are a bad person, it’s just all the dark wizards have come from slytherin.
Well, wonâ€™t Lily Potter Jr. and Rose Weasley be going too?
no- they are much younger than teddy, remeber the epilogue is 19 years later so ted was already out of hogwarts
— May 28, 2010 @ 11:43 pm
Christopher Hobe Morrison wrote:
The thing about Voldemort is that just because he is gone it isn’t necessarily true that someone else won’t take the same path. The thing about Voldemort is that he was an extraordinarily gifted child and didn’t get the respect he needed, which caused him to go off in the wrong direction. Of course he expected too much, and was filled with bitterness. Of course the bitterness came from his muggle father, not his mother. This is an interesting dilemna, the muggle hatred for all that is magic, and Voldemort’s wanting to destroy all muggles. This is suicidal, and of course it turns out that Voldemort’s hatred gets turned inward and he destroys himself. In Don Giovani the don is always being told to repent, but his pride is more powerful than any other feelings he has, and he follows the same path. But even more so in Voldemort, whose attempts to make himself more powerful and vulnerable only make him less and less humane, and he gets weaker and weaker every time even though apparently more powerful.
Notice that Potter calls him Voldemort, using the name Voldemort has chosen for himself, the other characters call him “He Who Must Not Be Named”, granting him even more power. Now, there is one person who calls him Tom, which is his original name and the name he was known by before he turned to evil. You may know that it is a traditional belief that if you call a spirit or a person by their true name it gives you a certain power over them. You also get the idea why Dumbledore is maybe even more than Potter the person who must be destroyed. Potter is the embodiment of Voldemort’s weakness, but Dumbledore knows what that weakness is.
Christopher Hobe Morrison
— July 30, 2010 @ 5:14 pm
Christopher Hobe Morrison wrote:
Oh yes, I didn’t mean that the new Voldemorts would be as powerful or as evil. Probably not, but the possibility of their rising is always there.
— July 30, 2010 @ 5:15 pm
Hermione Jean Granger wrote:
I was actually born in 1998 and would also be starting my first year at Hogwarts in 1998!
— June 11, 2011 @ 8:14 pm
I think Andromeda’s case was similar to Snape’s, she was in Slytherin but had many qualities of a Gryffindor.
— June 10, 2013 @ 5:24 pm
Hermione Jean Granger2 wrote:
Princess is wrong. When Slughorn said all of Sirius’ family were in Slytherin he was only reffering to Sirius’ immediate family. And when he said he wanted ‘the set’ he meant Regulus and Sirius and not anyone else. Also, I am quite sure that Andromeda was in Gryffindor because, as I said before, when Slughorn said that all Sirius’ family were in Slytherin, he only meant Sirius’ immediate family. My proof is that Nymphadora was sorted into Hufflepuff and she was Sirius’ cousin. Gryffindor is the house brave and couragous people are sorted into. Like Changeling said, Andromeda would have been brave to marry a muggle-born.
— June 23, 2013 @ 3:09 pm
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