The History Of Every Hogwarts House Explained | #students | #parents

Of all the houses, Slytherin had the most turbulent journey to take after the Battle of Hogwarts. The house was hated for a number of years for the role it had played in the Second Wizarding War, but it would eventually emerge the better for it. 

After the battle, many Slytherins, including Draco Malfoy and his future wife, Astoria Greengrass, would come to see the inherent bigotry in their former pure-blood supremacist views and reject them. In fact, by 2017, the house as a whole was no longer the “pure-blood bastion” that it had been during Harry Potter’s time at Hogwarts. 

This can be seen by the character of both Harry and Draco’s children. Malfoy and Astoria took great care to raise their son Scorpius to be far kinder and more accepting than his father had ever been at his age, and it was this kindness that helped him become best friends with Harry and Ginny’s son Albus Severus Potter. The pair were a stark contrast to their fathers, and their dual acceptance into House Slytherin shows just how far the house had come in the decades since the war. 

During “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” Albus and Scorpius were manipulated into accidentally altering history with a time turner as a part of a complicated scheme to stop Voldemort’s defeat using time travel. Fortunately, Harry, Ron, Ginny, and Draco traveled back in time to save them and defeat Delphi, the mastermind behind the plot. 

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