Lupin and Tonks: the relationship [Archive] - Chamber of Secrets
People try to say that Lupin only didn't want to get involved with Tonks because of the whole Related Questions (More Answers Below) that yes, he did love her in spite of himself, and their relationship improved dramatically afterwards. Daisy said: Let's think about this, I love Tonks, and I LOVE Lupin, and until He's a guy with a lot of issues due to the werewolf thing and having lost all of his close As evidenced by the fact that he never had a serious relationship until Tonks. Rowling reveals detailed story of how Tonks and Lupin met, Remus’ patronus. Of particular interest to fans will be the section on how beloved Harry Potter couple Tonks and Lupin met. Clever, brave and funny, pink-haired Nymphadora Tonks was a protégée of Alastor ‘Mad-Eye.
We also like Nymphadora Tonks, even if she has a silly name. But as a couple?
This pairing is not so good. When they first got together Tonks loved Lupin, but he decided that she'd be better off with someone else. Seems like that should be her choice, right? Even after they got married, Lupin wanted to get away from his family at every opportunity. The Lupins had a son to raise, and Remus still asked to hunt Horcruxes with Harry et al. This led to Harry dressing Lupin down, saying he should respect his own life enough not to leave his child fatherless.
We all know what ultimately becomes of these two at the Battle of Hogwarts after both of them go back on their promise to not put themselves in harm's way. Given everything we know about these characters, it's disappointing that Remus often makes unilateral decisions that affect his whole family, and more disappointing that someone as smart and capable as Tonks would stand for it. How did the Weasleys not notice that the common garden rat they kept remained alive for over a decade?
Is it possible that the twins didn't recognize the name? Why didn't Pettigrew just run for it while the family was in Egypt? Seriously, the whole Scabbers things was pretty odd. What we do know is that Ron loved his pet. He let him sleep on his pillow, which is awful once you realize that Peter was not just an adult, but a traitor and a killer in league with the archenemy of his best friend.
That's a lot for any relationship to make it through. The friendship between Ron and Scabbers ended immediately when the feisty pet rat was revealed to be an evil old man. Isn't that always the way?
In fact, she and Narcissa are first cousins of Sirius and Regulus Black. Her husband is pureblood wizard Rodolphus Lestrange—another enthusiastic muggle-hater and Voldemort supporter. The Lestranges are, along with Barty Crouch Jr, among those who sought Voldemort even after his downfall.
Even when the two married, it was common knowledge that Bella's true love was Lord Voldemort. Rod and Bella married mainly to uphold their familial obligation to marry purebloods.
Ridiculous as that seems, it does indicate that the Lestranges' marriage was devoid of love, children of their own, or lasting commitment. They did work well together as Death Eaters, a job where loving violence and hating muggles is usually enough, so there's that. Misunderstandings like that can bring havoc into what was once a close friendship.
Dumbledore learned the hard way that terms like "revolution," and "the greater good" mean different things to different people. Readers know that the love between sweethearts Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald ended in a duel that became the stuff of legend one we'll soon see play out on the big screen. Being a gay wizard in the early s was probably already difficult. But when your boyfriend becomes a dark wizard and you and your brother actually have to fight him physically?
The death of Ariana had to be the last straw in a dissolving alliance that ended in a bitter rivalry. Dumbledore didn't end up killing Grindelwald, but he made sure he was imprisoned…until Voldemort murdered him in jail.
We don't think Albus ever got over it. Father and son relationships can be difficult, even in the wizarding world. Children rebel against even the best of parents in ways that can lead to tragedy. Even considering the tumultuous nature of fathers and sons, the relationship between Barty Crouch Junior and Senior is unusually toxic. It's not known how the boy fell under Voldemort's spell, but Barty Jr.
He participated in the torture that ruined Frank and Alice Longbottom's lives. Movie fans know that Barty Sr. In the books, though, it's less clear at Barty's trial that he's guilty. We don't know for sure until "Moody's" polyjuice potion wears off. It seems out of character for Barty Sr.
The elder Crouch's plan to keep his son under control fell apart, and began a chain of events that ended with Barty Jr. That's gonna make Father's Day pretty awkward. If the kids are all miserable and show signs of abuse, you can presume they're the bad kind.
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Credence Barebone was a nice kid and a secret wizard. He was forced to hide his magical abilities after being adopted by a whackadoo named Mary Lou.
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He became an obscurial, which is basically a violent impulse come to life. Not only was Graves a terrible person using Credence and his adoptive sisters to meet his own ends—but he was both Grindelwald and Johnny Depp—forming a conglomerate of evil Albus Dumbledore himself would have difficulty taking down. Credence was a nice kid trapped in a bad situation, who both needed and deserved real help. Instead, he met one of the worst villains in the history of magic.
Despite, or maybe because of, hints from the film—we think we'll see Credence Barebone and his sisters again. But we have to think that his marauding card was revoked after he handed James and his family to Voldemort and then framed Sirius for multiple murders.
The legendary double-cross perpetrated by this rat set in motion the events that became an entire series. You'd think someone might have written a book about what could have happened if only Sirius had remained the Secret Keeper, or Wormtail had had any loyalty at all. Sure, Pettigrew was a weak, grasping, frightened person who was probably terrified of being killed by Voldemort or Snape, or Rosier, etc.
But as Sirius pointed out, Pettigrew should have accepted death. It's a far better choice than betraying your best friends, and by extension, the entire wizarding world. She became pregnant shortly after and Remus began to worry that he had passed on his werewolf condition to his son, though this proved not to be the case Teddy inherited his mother's metamorphic abilities.
Remus in response to this attempted to leave Tonks, but was convinced by Harry Potter to return to her. She gave birth to a son, Teddy Remus Lupin named after her late father Edward Tonks shortly after Easter in and the couple named Harry the godfather. Bellatrix was her maternal aunt and a Death Eatera loyal and devoted servant of Lord Voldemort. Tonks' murder was avenged by her order colleague and friend Molly Weasley. After her death, her son was raised by her mother and Harry Potter.
Her mother noticed that Tonks changed hair colour on the day of her birth, meaning she was a Metamorphmagus. Hogwarts years The Sorting ceremonywith a pink-haired Tonks in the front Tonks began her first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in and was Sorted into Hufflepuff House at the Sorting ceremony.
Third year This was the first year in which students were able to take at least two elective classes, it is unknown which electives Tonks signed up for. Also in the — school yearat the start of the Herbology lesson on Valerian Sprigs, Tonks warned people to watch out, for she spilled some soil on the floor.
When the Herbology Professor, also her Head of HousePomona Sproutasked fellow Housemate Penny Haywood to fetch a pail for the watering demonstration, Tonks took the time to briefly wonder aloud about which plant being most suitable for bothering a certain "irritable, birdlike" librarian.
The musing was cut short by Penny's scream, and the class realised in shock that a werewolf burst out of a pot. Professor Sprout took care of the situation by casting the Boggart-Banishing Spelland introduced the class to what a Boggart was. As Professor Sprout left to report the incident to Headmaster Albus DumbledoreTonks asked Jacob's sibling in puzzlement about Penny's fear, implying she did not understand why Penny's worst fear would be werewolves.
After the lesson Tonks revealed she had crashed into the Owlerythe Astronomy Towerthe Whomping Willowand Rubeus Hagrid's gardenbut that apparently was a few crashes fewer than her average. Tonks also revealed that she had often gotten detentions for turning into teachers using her Metamorphmagus abilities. She attempted to put it under Filch's desk, but fell on her face on the way, accidentally tossing it into the Potions Classroom.
The plant ended up grabbing Professor Severus Snape.