Harry Potter

Who Is Pansy Parkinson In Harry Potter?

Pansy, Harry Potter

Pansy Parkinson is one of those pest characters that people are overly fascinated by when they’re not that important to the story. Unfortunately, in Harry Potter, there is a large number of these. We’ll review a few of these as we fill out the category.

The first of these, as mentioned, is Pansy Parkinson. She was a classmate of Harry Potter who started Hogwarts at the same time and was sorted into Slytherin house alongside Draco Malfoy. She was one of Malfoy’s posse of Hogwarts bullies outside of Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle. Pansy was famous amongst the Slytherin girls in her year.

Pansy would later date Draco as they got older. Her mentality was the same as Draco’s; selfish and entitled, willing to get rid of a problem as quickly as possible without any heat falling onto her. Unfortunately, while Draco grew up after a rather graphic reminder of the consequences of war, Parkinson missed the memo.

During their fourth year, Pansy told tabloid journalist Rita Skeeter that Hermione Granger was romantically involved with Harry Potter. She also gave the journalist misleading information on Harry and Hagrid. The icing on the cake was her outrage that Bulgarian Quidditch player Viktor Krum had invited Hermione to the Yule Ball.

Pansy And The Battle Of Hogwarts

She was among the few people who wanted to turn Harry Potter over to Voldemort to stop further bloodshed before the Battle of Hogwarts. But, like most of her fellow Slytherins, Pansy did not participate in the final battle as Professor McGonagall ordered them to leave with Professor Slughorn.

Despite allegedly surviving the Second Wizarding War, Pany fell out with Draco, likely resulting in their split. However, he would marry fellow Slytherin student Astoria Greengrass, with whom he would have a son, Scorpius. Draco would also become friends with Harry as their sons would attend school together.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She prides herself as a truth seeker and will do (almost) anything for coffee or Coke No Sugar. Oh! And food!

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