Who Are They Now?

BY : Snapes_Slave
Category: Harry Potter > Het - Male/Female > Snape/Hermione
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Daily Prophet V-day Anniversary Issue

 

Where are they now?

10 years ago, Harry Potter triumphed over Lord Voldemort, freeing the Wizarding world from his oppression for the last time. Along with his friends Hermione Granger and Ronald Weasley, the Golden Trio cast the final curse condemning Tom Riddle to his final resting place along with the help of Severus Snape, Hogwarts Potions Master and spy for the Order of the Phoenix. As we celebrate V-DAY with lavish parties, this reporter wonders just what happened to the Golden Trio and their spy?

 

Following his final act as the-boy-who-lived, Harry Potter joined the Ministry of Magic and within 5 years, became Head Auror. His marriage to Ginevra Weasley in 2001, and the birth of their 3 children James Sirius, Albus Severus, and Lily Luna Potter, seem to have truly made the Chosen One's life quite content.

After the birth of their first child, James, the couple publicly asked that their privacy be respected and expressed their wishes to live a quiet and normal life. And who are we to impose on this lovely couple?

 

Ronald Weasley, best childhood friend of Mr. Potter, disappeared after the Battle of Hogwarts for a number of years, in which time he managed to secretly marry Luna Lovegood and produce 2 lovely children of their own; Rosemary and Hugo. After his 4 year hiatus from the wizarding world, he became a household name in his own right, as Keeper for his dream team, the Chudley Canons. He has since become the team captain, leading them to back to back wins of the World Quidditch Cup for the past 5 years. Well done Mr. Weasley!

 

After all her work behind the scenes in creating the very spell the banished Lord Voldemort to the veil, not to mention her stellar performance as Harry's right hand in the final battle, Hermione Granger did as most believed she would. After completing a 4 year degree in just under 2 and obtaining her Potions Mastery in just 2 more years, Miss Granger turned into somewhat of a recluse. Shut away in her private home somewhere on an unplotable estate in muggle Kensington, Miss Granger went to work, and in the subsequent 6 years, has turned out some of the Wizarding world's greatest miracles in healing potions.

After first conquering the Cruciotus curse and Imperious curse, she created the most miraculous potion to date. Just 1 short year ago, the werewolf cure, also known as the  'Moony's Revenge Potion', was released. Miss Granger is currently living as a muggle as she continues her private research.

Perhaps the greatest hero of this story, Severus Snape, has remained unreachable. After his attack in the ramshackle building, known as the Shrieking Shack, and his miraculous escape and recovery, the good Professor had seemingly disappeared. Of course, the world as a whole would be hard pressed to forget not only the sacrifices he has made, but also the kind of man that he has always been; after his release from St. Mungo's hospital for Magik Maladies, Snape left the teaching profession and, similar to Miss Granger, became a recluse living in the muggle world and conducting research under private contracts. Although I'm certain he has no wish to hear it, the world, once again, thanks you for all you have sacrificed for the greater good, Professor, and wishes you nothing but the very best.

As we raise our glasses and cheer for the well being of our world, let us all remember the real reason for this holiday. The blood of the fallen have thus paved our way to a truly free world, full of opportunities for every witch and wizard alive today. To every soul lost, and the families of those we have said good bye to, we at the Daily Prophet say a most heartfelt thank you.

 

Written by: Anastasia Everton

Reporter, Daily Prophet



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