General speculations about Draco
Here's some general Speculations about Draco Malfoy.
|| Dracon, unbenounced to
the rest of his classmates, has a
sister. But, for some odd reason, she can't do magic properly. She
squib, or something similar to it. Her parents are quite ashamed of
and so they put her in St. Mungo's Hospital (or whatever it's called),
that's part of the reason they are such big donors to the hospital
They never speak of their other child.
But, despite this, Draco loves his sister.
It eventually becomes fuel for
him to go against his father, and, *gasp* join sides with Harry
to go against
Dark Magic and Voldemort and everything. (-)
During my 8th grade year of astronomy I found out that Sirius
is a constellation/star in the sky of a dog. Then I looked around
a bit and found Draco another constillation: after searching on the
internet of what the constillation was of I found that it was a Dragon.
There for I believe that Draco is going to become and animagi of a
Draco in Latin (I believe) means snake
or dragon. So Draco could be a dragon but that a little to flashily
and pulse the whole Slytherin snake thing. I think it's more likely
that he would be a snake.(Cay)
Draco does not only mean 'Dragon' of
'Snake' in Latin, it is the name of an Ancient Greek politician who
codified laws in Athens. Many of the laws he wrote down were extremely
harsh, calling for the death penalty for even the slightest crime.
He was a staunch believer that the small crimes deserved death and
that he knew of no worse penalty for the worse ones. This is one of
the contributing factors to the Athenian people believing the law
was 'written in blood'. His law came to be known as Draconian Law
and to present day, rules that are unflinchingly severe are referred
to as 'Draconian'.
Rowling is famous for her use of mythical and real ancient figures
in her writing (ex. Hermione is a character in the legend of the Trojan
War, Septimus Severus was a Roman Emperor, etc.). Perhaps she will
be modeling Draco after the Ancient Greek, meaning he shall be harsh,
unwavering, uncaring in regards to death (if it is deserved) and perhaps
even involved in politics. (Mandy