Astoria Greengrass – The Harry Potter Lexicon
Astoria is the younger sister of Daphne Greengrass. She entered Hogwarts two years after her sister and eventually married Draco Malfoy. Their only child was. Astoria Malfoy(c. – ) was a pure-blood witch. She also was a member of the Greengrass family, one of the Sacred Twenty-Eight. Astoria began. WATCH Tom Felton, Not Really Draco Malfoy Malfoy married pureblood Astoria Greengrass, who did not raise their son to believe Muggles.
If this was the case, it would say a lot about Astoria, letting Draco decide on her son's first name and being okay with getting to pick the middle name. However, this is just a speculation of mine. As I said, I'm trying to use Astoria's "death" as a means to explain the general lack of quality of the play. Let me just note that I don't completely hate it, though.
We've got a love-hate kinda thing going on. I also think it was still worth the money it cost, which is saying something, since I'm a student suffering from chronical poverty. Astoria's death is a result of really poor story telling skills of the authors! Not JKR, bless her Let me explain this before you go fetch your pitchforks and try to burn me at the stake.
What are the main arguments of people who genuinely hate or simply sort of dislike the play? Since so many people share these opinions, there has to be some truth to them whether you share them or not. Let's just derive from these statements: Picture the following scene: Dialogue invented Jack Thorne: So, m8, how's it going with the characters?
Alright, so the main characters can simply be taken from the original series. James, Lily, Teddy and so on can simply be left out. No one's gonna care about them anyway.
You're such a genius: Well, Albus is kind of a dick, and Scorpius is really nice but also sorta weird and awkward, and Rose is really mean. And what about the daughter of the Dark Lord? Did you make her pure evil?
No, I made her a stereotypical teenage villain with imaginary friends who kisses Albus's cheek once Jack Thorne: Oh Em Geee, that is so wicked bro John Tiffany: Er dude and what about Astoria Malfoy?
I was too lazy to spend time thinking about this one, who needs female characters anyway, right? So I thought we'd just get rid of her - Jack Thorne: So you made up a reasonable plan to ignore her valid existence? Like sending her on a job meeting in Alaska or so?
Astoria with her family on the platform She was successful in producing a child, despite Draco telling her that he didn't care if the Malfoy family ended with him, but the pregnancy greatly weakened her and the family vanished into seclusion when Scorpius was born.
This, despite the intentions of Draco and Astoria, led to false rumours that Astoria had been unable to conceive and had used a Time-Turner to go back in time and conceive a child with Lord Voldemort - which, if she actually was unable to conceive would have been a failure anyway.
The stigma of these rumours were borne by her son who, at Hogwarts, was accused of being Voldemort's child. After Scorpius's birth, Astoria refused to teach her son the pureblooded belief that Muggles and likely also Muggle-borns, half-bloods and Squibs were scum. Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy therefore found her a somewhat disappointing daughter-in-law; family gatherings were, as a result, often fraught with tension.
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InAstoria saw her son off to Hogwarts, loading him up with sweets, having told him on at least one occasion, "Sweets, they always help you make friends. Death During the summer before Scorpius's third year at Hogwarts, Astoria died due to the toll of her family curse, leaving her son and husband heartbroken. Draco, having inherited a "true" Time-Turner from his father, was later urged to use it to go back in time to see Astoria, but he resisted, knowing the potential damage he could cause to reality.
This hotel was named after the Astors, a very wealthy and influential American family. Astraea is derived from Greek meaning "star-maiden"; this may relate to her husband's maternal family often naming its members after stars and constellations.
The name may also be spelled Asteria, as shown on the Weasley Family Tree.