Draco Malfoy

Elena

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Draco = My fictional husband :)

Much like Snape, I hate that Draco is so hated. As a boy, Draco didn't know any better. He is a product of his raising. Was he a nice child? No. Did he learn from it? Yes.

By HBP, Draco is finally awoken to what the war really was about. He's had to shred all his childish, boyish, ways to complete a task he had no desire to partake in. With the threat of his family over his head, desperation and despair take a hold on Draco. In Deathly Hallows, we see him make a stand. He chooses which side is is on in that moment where he did not identify Harry. That was choice he made on his own without anyone pressuring him. Harry pays him back by saving him from the fire in the Room of Requirement.

Draco proves himself a changed person and it's why he was given redemption in the Epilogue. While was no friend to Harry, he was no longer an enemy either. I love writing Draco's character because he can be sarcastic as hell one moment, but completely romantic the next. There is flexibility in his character that you can't always do with others and I love the places you can take him.
 

remy

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i totally agree, draco is only viewed as a bully to harry but he was much more than that. his bullying was a result of a bad upbringing, his awful parent influenced his actions but he learnt from them and fixed his mistakes. When draco's son goes missing in the cursed child he is extremely worried and this shows that draco is not just a bully he has a heart and treasures the ones he loves. draco is an incredibly insecure boy and is scared of his fathers death eater ways, when faced with of killing dumbledore his confidence shatters and you can see the more vulnerable side of him. overall draco is a good person but his parents really stuffed him up
 
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