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Pansy and the Walk of Shame by Forbis Pansy and the Walk of Shame by Forbis
Slytherins, exit stage left...


Ahh, Pansy's part in DH was so small but that one line summed her up perfectly lol. This is the bit where McGonagall tells them all to leave
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IllusionsOf-Red Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014
I have probably already favorited this one in another account, but I came across it once more and, yes, I adore it. I think it does so much justice to Pansy and canon. The Slytherins had every right to feel the way they did, and you make her march out with pride. Despite understanding how Rowling wanted Pansy to be the stereotypical vain girl, I could never help adoring her. Partly, because a girl should be able to wear pink frilly robes and still be awesome and secondly because growing up I was also teased about my snubby-nose and thus emphasized with Pansy. Furthermore: it took a lot of courage for her to speak up.

I love the "fanon" version I've made of her and this picture does it justice.
Plus, it is absolutely gorgeous as is all of your work. 
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policebox-in-221B Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Her expression is very well done, and I LOVE THE CAPES! Did anybody else notice how Dumbledore's army annitials are-DA and so is DeviantArt-DA? We are apart of the army :3
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Gryffgirl Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013
Great picture!  Nice swoosh on the cape and I love how you made her look like an unremorseful bitch.  The other guys are furious.  In my head canon her House mates really let her have it after she dragged them all down with her behavior and her reputation never recovered. 
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zentairanger Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
Excellent picture! Parkinson was the worst of it.

Along with rest of Slytherin house, she knew that Malfoy was Death Eater, working for mass murderer. They wanted to hand over boy who opposed wizard Hitler, later joined Voldemort (as he said to Lucius in the book that other Slytherins joined him unlike Dtaco who was in school hunting Harry).

Slytherings could have fought, but they left. They were loyal to pure blood cause. They supported Voldemort and his gang (from whom many were the parents of Death Eaters), they supported murdering innocent people. Crabbe and Goyle themselves loved to torture kids with Cruciatus curse. Slytherin house was only one to always come out clean, even when everyone else suffered. Only house to have no casulaties (expect idiot murderous Crabbe).

Just like in real world, trash and scum always come out clean. Always hiding, always backstabbing, always buying themselves out.
So many good people died, but Slytherins walked out. Pansy lived happily ever after while Remus and Tonks died.

And yet Slytherins are popular. Shows how people always love those who step on others.
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ClampMe Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
I can see your point on this, and I don't intend to change your opinion either.

You are right on more than one regarde that the Slyrerin house has been (more than once) portraied as the all mighty house of Douchbags, but let us not forget that their house has not produced only scum. Tonks was a Slytherin if I remember well, as well as her mother (Sirius black according to headcanon was the first and only Black to be in Griffindor) as did Severus snape, Moody mad-eye, etc...

And you have brought up something important in your post: "They were loyal to pure blood cause.""from whom many were the PARENTS of Death Eaters". If they had stayed and fought, they would have fought and/or killed their own PARENTS and we where brought to understand (thought the books) that for pureblooded famillies it was always Familly first and personnal interest latter (the overprotectivness of Moly, the betrayal of Narcissia,...). So it would make sense they left.

No one Wants to kill their own parents if they don't have to, especially if you were brought up with those ideals. At least that is what I got from it.
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Lea-Bluebell Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I agree on a lot of this but tonks is a Hufflepuff:)
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DomnuWyrda Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
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Indeed. Slytherin is only a house, after all. Like the wand chooses the wizard, it's the wizard that chooses to be dark or decent. The other houses may have produced dark wizards of their own, but theirs are less spoken of choosing to maintain Slytherin as the scapegoat. The "pureblood belief" was instilled through family teachings, not encouraged by the house itself, but the members.

Let's not forget that Merlin, who was renowned as a protector of Camelot and its values of unity, was a Slytherin too.
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ClampMe Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013
Merlin was a Slytherin?!! Is this more canon or speculation?...

Thought he is quite the cuning, ambitious (cought Manipulative cought) man
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DomnuWyrda Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
On Pottermore, when you're sorted in, the text states that the other houses had dark wizards as well, and that Merlin was a Slytherin. You're informed to not mistake cunning and ambition for being power-hungry or a believer in the "pureblood" nonsense. (After all, if my memory of lore is right, Merlin had one Muggle parent and one "faerie" parent, so by standards he was a Mudblood in Slytherin.)

I count Pottermore as being canon because J.K. Rowling herself is behind all the information in it (like the history of the characters. I love reading the article on Minerva McGonagall)
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ClampMe Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013
That's really interseting!!

I didn't know their was something like that out there. Might want to take a look her and there for my Potter fiction.

Anyway, you are right it's not because you are ambitious that your power hugry if you go on those description:

The gryffindor, who praise courage, bravery, nerve and chivalry, can be considered all rash, judgamental,self righteous jocks (not that some aren't)

The ravenclaw, who value intelligence, creativity, learning, and wit, would be snooty, pretencious, more-talk-than-do scholars

and the Hufflepuff, who endorce hard work, patience, justice, and loyalty, woud be reduced to simple minded, daydreaming door mats!

The student is placed in a house because they are more inclind to that house praised traits.

If we look at it every house has a good tombcruncher side to it. the gryffindors with their fiery personnality are good for raides and such, the ravenclaws are good for interrogation (with inventire toture methodes) or planning, and the hufflepuff's would defend you to their dein breath!!!
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