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- "Well, no one really knows until they get there, do they, but I know Draco and I will be in Slytherin, everyone in both our families have been- imagine being in Hufflepuff... I think I'd leave, wouldn't you?"
- —Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
DiJone Green (born May 17) was a student in Harry Potter's year at Hogwarts. She was sorted into Slytherin House and was Hermione Granger's rival at Hogwarts. DiJone, along with her best friend and eventual boyfriend Draco Malfoy, became a Death Eater at age sixteen, but was quickly disillusioned and discouraged by the lifestyle; she and Draco's family defected before the end of the Second Wizarding War.
DiJone is the only child of Justianna Green and Remus Lupin. Justianna was thoroughly consumed by the Dark Arts by the time their daughter was born, having kept her affiliation with the craft a secret since her schooling. By the time Remus had found out about her double life, Justianna was far too dedicated to turn back. He left her, attempting to take DiJone with him, but failed, due to Justianna's aquired influences with the Ministry of Magic. DiJone was raised solely by her mother for a time till she was nearly five years old. Justianna had finally gotten in over her head and was arrested and sentenced to life in Azkaban, following her murder of former friend Katrina Quellrose-Black and her infant daughter, Amelia Black. DiJone was sent to live with her godparents, Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy.Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone
Having been raised by the Malfoys, DiJone grew up proud of her pureblood heritage, after a thorough appreciation for it was instilled in her by them. She was brought up by them, not as a daughter, but as a much-loved ward, seeing as a match between her and their son Draco was ideal and hoped for. In time, DiJone came to forget about her mother and accepted her place at Malfoy Manor.
The Malfoys spoiled her as much as, if not more than, Draco, bestowing her with fine clothes, food, her own large quarters of the manor, and the allowance of treating their home like her own.
When Draco and DiJone went to Diagon Alley to shop for school supplies just before their first year at Hogwarts, they met Harry Potter in Madam Malkin's, without knowing who he was. Draco made a rather intolerant speech about Muggle-borns and Rubeus Hagrid, but otherwise acted in a friendly way towards Harry. DiJone, who was of the quiet but calculating type, did not offer her own insults on the subject verbally, though would nod in aggreement on particular points. Afterwards, on the Hogwarts Express, she and Draco offered their friendship to Harry. Harry, however, did not like the attitude DiJone in particular expressed towards Ron Weasley, with whom Harry had already made friends, and also found that Draco reminded him of his bully of a cousin. Thus, he turned them down, creating animosity that lasted through the rest of their schooling.
- "Oh I do hope you're sitting in this compartment by obligation, Potter. That's a Weasley if ever I've seen one. Do you remember your father speaking of them just last week, Dray? They've all got red hair, he said, and more children then they can afford."
- — Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Once at Hogwarts, DiJone, along with Draco, was sorted into Slytherin house, like all previous members of her mother's family. The two of them gained bodyguard-like acquaintances in fellow Slytherins Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle, while remaining hostile toward Harry. In their very first lesson, DiJone is livid to find that Hermione Granger, a muggle-born, concocted a better potion then she. On Hermione’s way out of the dungeon classroom, DiJone made sure to comment in a loud enough voice how much she disapproved of muggle-borns at Hogwarts.|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone}}
- "My, Hogwart’s standards are growing poorer and poorer. So far, I’ve seen quite a lot of filth and trash…"
- — Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
In her second year at Hogwarts, DiJone attained the position of Chaser on the Slytherin Quidditch team while Draco was made Seeker. father bought the entire team new brooms because of this, though Hermione Granger openly speculated that this was in fact what got the two of them on the team at all. DiJone responded angrily to this accusation, and called Hermione a "filthy Mudblood", causing the Gryffindor team to lash out at her; Ron tried to hex her to vomit slugs, but the curse backfired.
During a meeting of the short-lived Dueling Club, DiJone dueled Hermione Grander. She attempted to knock Hermione flying from the stage by means of the spell Impedimenta, and was furious when Hermione expertly counter-cursed and sent DiJone flying instead.
Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, all suspected suspected that either Draco or DiJone might be the heir of Slytherin, a legendary wizard who, previously at large fifty years previous, would release a monster within the school to purge it of all but pureblooded wizards. Given their bigoted views on Muggle-borns and both familys’ tradition of being sorted into Slytherin house, the idea wasn’t too farfetched. Hermione brewed Polyjuice Potion so that Harry and Ron were able to disguise themselves as Gregory Goyle and Vincent Crabbe, respectively, and enter the Slytherin Common Room. There, Draco unwittingly revealed through conversation that he was not the heir, nor did he know who it was. DiJone added that she wished she did so she could lead them right to Hermione Granger’s dormitory.
It was, in fact, Draco's father who had schemed to get the Chamber of Secrets opened by planting an old diary of Tom Riddle's on first-year student Ginny Weasley, though his true target in this plot was her father Arthur. It does not appear that Draco or DiJone was aware of this, as Lucius's instructions to his son and goddaughter that year were to "keep their heads down".
DiJone started off her third year with a great shock. As a new teacher ever year was posted for the Defense Against the Dark Arts post, she knew the previous teacher, Gilderoy Lockheart would no longer be employed. However, she was utterly shocked to find the replacement to be no other than her long-estranged father, Remus Lupin.
Remus obviously would have known her to be a student there, given her age, but his shock upon seeing her for the first time in years nearly matched her own. Lessons were exceedingly awkward for her, given that most of her classmates knew of the relation but knew better not to mention it.
Several times during the year, Remus attempted to see DiJone privately, apparently hoping she would not have turned out like her mother and those she now resided with. However, he seemed to get the gist of her opinion of him when she rebuffed all of his attempts. It is not until later in the series we find that DiJone terribly wanted to see and talk with her father, though subconsciously, but was afraid the fragile life the Malfoy’s had gifted her would shatter if any connection to that part of her family was rekindled.
- DiJone: "And a lasting injury like this? Who knows if my arm will ever be the same again? "
- Harry: " So that's why you're putting it on.To try and get Hagrid sacked."
- DiJone: "Well, partly, Potter. But there are other benefits too. Granger, slice my caterpillar for me."
- — DiJone, Draco, Harry, and Hermione in a Potions class after her injury[src]
In a Care of Magical Creatures lesson, DiJone unintentionally provoked the hippogriff Buckbeak, and was injured, though she exaggerated how badly she was hurt in an attempt to use the incident against Rubeus Hagrid. When she mocked him for how upset he became over the case, Hermione punched DiJone in anger, instigating a brief fist-fight. Lucius Malfoy tried to get the creature executed, and although he was successful in obtaining this sentence, Buckbeak was saved through the efforts of Harry and Hermione.
- DiJone: "Granger, they’re after Muggles. D’you want to be showing off your knickers in midair? Because if you do, hang around…they’re moving this way, and, trust me, I would like nothing more than to see them get you at last…"
- Harry: "Hermione’s a witch."
- Draco: "Have it your way, Potter. If you think they can’t spot a Mudblood, stay where you are."
- — DiJone and Draco speaking to Harry, Hermione, and Ron about the Death Eaters at the Quidditch World Cup[src]
In their fourth year, DiJone attended and watched the Quidditch World Cup with the Malfoys from Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge's luxury box. They taunted Harry, Ron, and Hermione when a group of Death Eaters began terrorizing the campers.
During her fourth year, Hogwarts hosted the Triwizard Tournament, and, much to her and Draco’s dismay, Harry Potter was chosen as a champion despite being too young. The two of them supported Cedric Diggory, passing out badges that could be made to read Potter Stinks and taunting Harry regularly, such as commenting that he was betting Harry wouldn't last more than a few minutes with the dragons. DiJone was also one of the main informers and an impetus behind Rita Skeeter writing slanderous, sensationalist articles about Harry, Hagrid and Hermione for the Daily Prophet; this assault on Harry's credibility would set the stage for widespread disbelief of Harry's announcement that Lord Voldemort had returned at the end of the school year.
DiJone attended the Yule Ball with Draco, wearing blue and orange dress robes that Harry Potter thought made her look like a garish, fussy, fantasy princess.
At the end of the year, she and Draco mocked Harry about his choice to side against Voldemort and also made light of Cedric Diggory's death. Before they could finish, however, they were hit by several curses from Harry, Hermione, Ron, Alyssa Quellrose, and Fred and George Weasley.
- "The Inquisitorial Squad... A select group of students who are supportive of the Ministry of Magic, handpicked by Umbridge. Anyway, members of the Inquisitorial Squad do have the power to dock points... So, Potter, I’ll have five from you for being rude to Rouge… Macmillan, five for contradicting me... Ten because I don’t like you, Granger... Weasley, your shirt's untucked, so I’ll have another five for that... Oh yes, I forgot, you’re a Mudblood, Granger, so ten more for that..."
- —DiJone as a member of the Inquisitorial Squad[src]
In her fifth year, DiJone became a Slytherin prefect. She was thoroughly irritated Hermione Granger received the same honour.
Though she didn’t write the lyrics, it was the invention of the song Weasley is our King, written by Draco, as well as continuously insulting Hermione Granger, Draco’s snide comments on the late Lily Potter to the Gryffindor’s faces after the Slytherins lost a Quidditch match to them prompted Harry and the Weasley twins to get into a brawl with Draco that resulted in them being banned from Quidditch.
Towards the end of the year, around February, a mass breakout from Azkaban was reported. Among the escapees was DiJone’s mother, Justianna Green. Her mother being well-known as the Dark Lord’s favourite servant, DiJone became the object of much apprehension from many of her classmates.
Later that year, she joined Dolores Umbridge's Inquisitorial Squad alongside many of her Slytherin friends, and, though she openly despised Umbridge to safe ears, clearly enjoyed the power this gave her over other students. DiJone caught Hermione running out of the last meeting of Dumbledore's Army, recieving fifty points for Slytherin House.
Later, she was among the Inquisitorial Squad members who caught Harry and his friends in their attempt to discover the whereabouts of Sirius Black, whom Harry had seen being tortured in a vision. Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny Weasley, Neville Longbottom, and Luna Lovegood were all brought to Umbridge's office, guarded by the Inquisitorial Squad. Before Umbridge could carry through on her threat to use the Cruciatus Curse to make Harry talk, Hermione told Umbridge that they were trying to contact Dumbledore about a "weapon" that he planned to use against the Ministry of Magic. Both DiJone and Draco had an expression of "eagerness and greed" at this news that convinced Umbridge not to allow them or any other Squad member to accompany her as she took Harry and Hermione into the Forbidden Forest in search of the alleged weapon.
After Umbridge left, the remaining D.A. members used a litany of stunning spells and disarming charms to escape the office; DiJone was hit by Ginny's Bat-Bogey Hex. It was soon revealed that Hermione had been lying about a weapon; Umbridge was carried off by Centaurs and the six D.A. members flew to the Ministry, where the Battle of the Department of Mysteries ensued.
- Draco: "You’re dead, Potter."
- Harry: "Funny, you’d think I’d have stopped walking around."
- DiJone: "You’re going to pay for what you’ve done to us… You can’t land a member of our family in prison and get away with it for long. He’ll find you. He’ll find you and then you’ll regret ever thinking you were some special thing that could defeat Him."
- — Draco, DiJone, and Harry after the Battle of the Department of Mysteries[src]
Draco's father was seen participating in the battle as a Death Eater and was imprisoned in Azkaban for his crimes. Both Draco and DiJone were very upset by this, and mainly blamed Harry Potter, swearing vengeance and attempting to attack him at the end of the school year with the help of Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle. However, other D.A. members came to Harry's defence.
Before the beginning of her sixth year at Hogwarts, DiJone was presumed to have joined the Death Eaters, both she and Draco having replaced his incarcerated father. While Draco bragged about a secret mission he was given by the Dark Lord, it was more than obvious DiJone felt extreme apprehension. It is assumed that it was just before the start of term Draco and DiJone became an official dating couple and was often seen clutching his hand and looked forlorn and distant whenever the subject of the task was brought up, however confidant Draco seemed. Still, as the year dragged on, Draco became increasingly afraid that he would fail in his seemingly impossible task — to kill Albus Dumbledore and get Death Eaters into Hogwarts. It is implied that Draco was expected to fail and that Voldemort assigned him the task with the intention of punishing Lucius Malfoy for his failure at the Department of Mysteries. The safety of his family, namely DiJone, rested on Draco's success with his mission.
Draco planned to repair a Vanishing Cabinet that Peeves had destroyed four years ago. In his last year at Hogwarts, a fellow slytherin, Montague had been forced into it, and later managed to apparate out. He told Malfoy that during his time in the cabinet, he could hear things going on in the school, and in Borgin and Burkes, where another vanishing cabinet was located. Draco realized from this that if the broken one was repaired, the cabinets could act as a passageway into the school. During the summer break between her fifth and sixth year, DiJone accompanied Draco to question Borgin, the owner of Borgin and Burkes, on repairing the cabinet and ordering him to keep the other one safe. Twice during the school year, he feared he would be unable to repair the cabinet, and resorted to desperate assassination attempts, such as trying to smuggle in a cursed necklace and trying to send Dumbledore poisoned mead. Both these attempts failed, and resulted in innocent people getting injured.
- "…I’m so scared … Either way, it won’t matter; the result’s the same… He’s not going to be able to do it and even if someone else does it, he won’t have… I don’t want to lose him, Rouge... I’m so scared…"
- —Harry overhearing DiJone sobbing on a friend’s shoulder about her fears for Draco’s safety in a hallway
Eventually, Draco managed to repair the Vanishing Cabinet and used it to let Death Eaters into the school; to his and DiJone’s horror, the vicious werewolf Fenrir Greyback was among them. DiJone was quickly ordered by Draco to let their teacher and trusted family friend Severus Snape, take her home so she wouldn’t get hurt. Apprehensively, she acquiesced.
In this year, DiJone proved capable of nonverbal spells. She was also able to perform the difficult art of Occlumency by way of training from her mother, who had been residing at Malfoy Manor since her breakout of Azkaban. .
Seventh Year and LaterEdit
Through his link to Voldemort, Harry saw both DiJone and Draco reluctantly participating in Death Eater activities before the beginning of what would be their seventh school year. DiJone witnessed the murder of Charity Burbage and tortured the wandmaker Ollivander on Voldemort's orders. Judging by Voldemort's mocking of the Green’s relation to werewolf Remus Lupin and later remarks made by Vincent Crabbe, it seems that the Malfoys and DiJone and her mother had lost much of their influence in Death Eater circles. Still, DiJone and Draco were two of the elite students in their seventh year at Hogwarts, as a pure-blood with connections to the Death Eaters.
During the Easter holidays, DiJone and Draco returned home to Malfoy Manor. They were called upon by their parents to confirm the identities of Harry, Ron and Hermione, who were caught by a group of Snatchers led by Fenrir Greyback, and showed great reluctance in doing so, avoiding looking at them. When Hermione lied to Justianna under torture about Godric Gryffindor's Sword, it was DiJone that was sent to fetch Griphook from the dungeons to get confirmation of the story. It is clear by the way Justianna had spoken to her daughter, and vice versa, that there is no closeness or feelings more than a strict bitterness between mother and daughter. Dobby assisted the prisoners in escaping, and DiJone had her face cut by the fallen chandelier.
Later that same year, during the Battle of Hogwarts, DiJone stayed with Draco, along with Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle chose to remain in the school as their fellow Slytherins evacuated in order to bring Harry Potter to Voldemort. Given Lucius Malfoy's previous remarks alluding to "forgiveness", it is likely that the two were doing this in an attempt to redeem at least the Malfoy family in Voldemort's eyes. However, they no longer exercised the same degree of control over his friends that they once had, particularly Crabbe. Despite DiJone yelling at him not to kill them, Crabbe shot dangerous curses at the trio, including the Killing Curse and Fiendfyre. Crabbe was unable to control the latter curse, and the Room of Requirement quickly filled with fire. Draco went out of his way to try to save DiJone and the other two. He managed to get DiJone, who had accidentally been stunned by Hermione during the previous fight, onto Ron and Hermione's broom before he let Harry fly them out. Crabbe and Goyle, however, were killed in the fire, leaving Draco very upset.
Harry, Hermione and Ron later spotted DiJone and Draco while under the Invisibility Cloak, him pleading with Death Eater that they were on his side and she, groggy from reviving from her previous enchanment. Harry stunned the Death Eater and Ron punched Draco for being a "two-faced bastard", as this was the second time they saved his life that night. DiJone mumbles angrily that if she had strength in her arms, she would have punched Ron off the stairwell for being such an ass. During the very last bit of fighting, DiJone proves to everyone how done she truly is with the life her mother forced her to lead by saving Ginny Weasley from a Killing Curse sent by Justianna and dueling her mother to the death. After Voldemort's defeat, DiJone, Draco, and his parents sat in the Great Hall, looking uncertain of their place during the victory celebrations. DiJone looked particularly forlorn, as she had just realized her father was killed and she had never gotten the chance to make amends with him. For this, Harry feels a slight pity for her.
DiJone and the immediate Malfoy family avoided imprisonment in Azkaban due to their last-minute switch in allegiance. DiJone and Draco eventually married and the two had four children; Scorpius Hyperion Malfoy, Aphrodite Chenelle Malfoy, Evening Teresa Malfoy, and Remus Lucius Malfoy.
On September 1st, 19 years later, while sending Scorpius off for his first year at Hogwarts, Draco and DiJone greeted Harry, Ron, Hermione and Ginny at King's Cross Station with curt nods. The relationship between DiJone and Hermione is better than it had been when they were students together, but they are still not considered to be friends.
DiJone is petite and shapely, with dark, auburn-red hair, and green eyes. She has a fair complexion and rather cold features. It is stated several times during the series that she is considered to be good-looking. As an older woman, her hair, usually worn long while in school, was cut shorter than had been previous, making her appear more mature than usual. DiJone is noted to look very much like her mother.
Personality and TraitsEdit
DiJone was the epitome of the ‘mean girl on campus’. She believed herself superior to most people because of her family’s pure-blood lineage as well as her affiliation to the Malfoys and the social standing derived from that. She often voiced her hatred for Muggle-borns, so-called blood traitors, Gryffindor students, and anyone who was a supporter of Harry Potter or Albus Dumbledore. She frequently called Hermione Granger a “Mudblood” for their long-time fued that never seemed to relent, and participated in singing Weasley is Our King to humiliate Ron Weasley. For much of her youth, DiJone reveled in the finery and social status given to her by the Malfoys and was especially close with Mrs. Malfoy, looking to her as a role model.
However, DiJone began to show changes in her sixth year at Hogwarts. She became extremely nonverbal and evern her appearance became taxed. She was extremely uncertain of Draco’s ability to fulfill the task Voldemort assigned to him and was terrified that he or their family would pay the fatal price for his failure. Despite all her bravado and extreme arrogance, DIJone’s obvious real passion is for the welfare of Draco: whenever he is anywhere close to harm, she becomes visibly anxious though she knows better than to voice her worries as she knows all to well Draco’s level of pride. For the rest of the Second Wizarding War, both she and Draco reluctantly participated in Death Eater activities, clearly both terrified and miserable.
DiJone is also an extremely talented, clever witch; she was skilled at Transfiguration, Occlumency, and nonverbal spells. Her tongue is a sharp one and she often displayed this with cruel, hateful comments which even Harry Potter once admitted demonstrated her sharp wit. She cares very deeply for the Malfoy’s, especially for Draco, for who she was punished severely for pleading with the Dark Lord not to harm Draco upon his personal failure at killing Dumbledore. There are signs that, as an adult, DiJone regretted joining the Death Eaters and lost some of her bigotry, as she has a civil, if not friendly, relationship with old school rivals and evidently raised her children to be better people than she or Draco were.
Justianna Green was essentially the only biological parent DiJone ever consciously remembers as having been in a parental role to her. Her father, Remus Lupin wanted very badly to gain custody of his daughter following his separation from Justianna, but as this fell through, DiJone had only brief and thoroughly uncomfortable association with him while he was employed at Hogwarts during DiJone’s third year. It wasn’t until after his death during the Second Wizarding War that she openly admitted to Draco her wish to have at least told her father she was sorry for never speaking to him. She and Draco even named their youngest son for Remus in a sort of silent tribute and recompense.
- Ron: "Did you hear what they named the new baby?"
- Hermione: "Yes and I think its beautiful. Its wonderful she wanted to remember her father in that way."
- Ron: "Yeah… It’s just too bad she never got a chance to tell him what she needed to."
- — Ron, and Hermione upon seeing DiJone, Draco, and Scorpius on Platform 9 and 3/4[src]
DiJone obviously had no great love for her deranged mother, though it was suggested at times she wished they she’d been born with a better one. It is assumed that because of this, DiJone develops a closeness with Draco’s mother and, like he, is very protective of both she and Lucius.
After the end of the Second Wizarding War, DiJone and Draco married and had four children. It appears that DiJone and Draco fawn over their children just as much as Draco’s parents did over them.
DiJone’s two constant companions in her Hogwarts years, aside from Draco, Crabbe, and Goyle, were Rouge Iverson and Jenny Roland. She was never as close with them as she was with Draco, perhaps because much of her life in her later school years could not be divulged except for within high ranking Death Eater circles. Rouge, Jenny, and DiJone exuded the stereotypical appearance of the female student hierarchy and they often participated in the confrontations between Hermione Granger and DiJone. During the Battle of Hogwarts, Jenny is killed when a wall collapses on top of her, leaving DiJone in anguish over her death. Rouge escaped Hogwarts with the help of her boyfriend and fellow Slytherin Adrian Pucey, after sustaining an injury in the battle. DiJone and Rouge maintained a friendship into their adulthood, leading their children to become friends.
Draco Malfoy, DiJone’s best friend and eventual boyfriend and husband, appeared to have been her closest association in the series. The two were introduced upon DiJone’s mother and only guardian’s sentencing to Azkaban prison when DiJone was sent to live with her next legal guardians, the Malfoys, her godfamily. The two became close friends fast, nearly always together.
- "For the love of-do they ever stop? Are they permanenty fused at the mouth? Its nearly impossible to see what he’s up to any more because they’re always snogging!"
- —Harry complaining about not being able to retrieve more information on Draco’s secret ventures into the Room of Requirement[src]
It was not until their sixth year at Hogwarts that DiJone and Draco officially were labeled a couple. The idea had always been insinuated ever since their attendance of the Yule Ball together in their fourth year, but the coupling had become full blown sometime during the summer between their fifth and sixth year.
DiJone was utterly devoted to Draco just as he was her. She often became worrisome and anxious whenever he was hurt or upset, taking on his troubles as her own. During the Second Wizarding War she often pleaded with Draco to let her help him with the horrific tasks Voldemort assigned to him but as he was exceedingly proud and equally as protective of her, he always refused her assistance.
After the war, the two were married and had four children together
- DiJone: "Manners, Potter, or we’ll have to give you a detention. You see, we, unlike you, have been made prefects, which means that we, unlike you, have the power to hand out punishments."
- Harry: "Yeah, but you, unlike me, are an idiot, so get out and leave us alone."
- — DiJone and Harry in their fifth year[src]
While DiJone’s major rivalry at school consisted between herself and Hermione Granger, DiJone wasn’t any less malicious towards Harry Potter. She never failed to make snide and negative comments whenever to opportunity arose, making her relationship with Harry no less bitter than Draco’s.
The Weasley FamilyEdit
The Malfoys and therefore DiJone generally looked down upon the Weasleys for their lack of wealth and “blood traitor” status, a sentiment DiJone made clear immediately upon meeting Ron Weasley on the train to Hogwarts for their first year. She, Draco, and Ron had a hostility that mirrored that of the boys’ fathers, often insulting one another and prone even to physical fights at times. DiJone also sang along to the demeaning song Weasley is Our King, which was meant to undermine Ron's abilities as a Keeper for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.
When Crabbe set the Room of Requirement on fire, Ron assisted Harry in pulling DiJone and Draco away along with Hermione, but with more reluctance. When he and his friends saved the two again later that day from a Death Eater they were pleading with, Ron punched Draco in the face and called them “two-faced bastards”. Although this enmity seems to have faded with age, Ron discouraged his daughter Rose from becoming friends with DiJone’s and Draco’s children.
- Ron: "Look who it is. So that’s little Scorpius. Make sure you beat him in every test, Rosie. Thank God you inherited your mother’s brains."
- Hermione: "Ron, for heaven’s sake. Don’t try to turn them against each other before they’ve even started school!"
- Ron: "You’re right, sorry. Don’t get too friendly with him, though, Rosie. Granddad Weasley would never forgive you if you married a pureblood."
- — the Malfoy-Weasley rivalry in later years.[src]
DiJone had less interaction with other members of the Weasley family. Fred and George made sure to hex her, along with other members of the Inquisitorial Squad, when they left Hogwarts. Ginny also had a few hostile encounters with DiJone, most notably hitting her with a Bat-Bogey Hex when the Inquisitorial Squad tried to hold her, Ron, Neville Longbottom and Luna Lovegood in DiJone’s fifth year, though later on, DiJone ends up saving the life of Ginny Weasley when her mother attempted to send a Killing Curse towards the youngest Weasley, cementing everyone’s opinion that she and the Malfoy’s had changed sides.
- Draco: "Good, aren’t they? But perhaps the Gryffindor team will be able to raise some gold and get new brooms, too. You could raffle off those Cleansweep 5’s, I expect a museum would bid for them."
- Hermione: "At least no one on the Gryffindor team had to buy their way in. They got in on pure talent."
- DiJone: "No one asked your opinion, you filthy little Mudblood."
- — after DiJone and Draco become Slytherin Quidditch players and taunts the Gryffindor team[src]
DiJone’s relationship with Hermione Granger was coloured before the two even met. DiJone was raised from birth to believe in the inferiority of Muggle-borns, and by her second year, had developed not only a personal vendetta against Hermione, but a battle of intellect as well, as both girls were in the top percentage of their year. DiJone often taunted Hermione, calling her the derogatory epithet “Mudblood”, but Hermione refused to be bullied. Although Hermione generally ignored DiJone rather than getting into fights with her like Harry and Draco, occasionally the two would exchange sharp words and, in their third year, Hermione even punched her in the face for insulting Hagrid. Despite her dislike for and prejudice towards Hermione, DiJone still demonstrated reluctance to identify her to her mother, Justianna, avoiding even looking at her.
As adults, when Ron encouraged their daughter not to associate with DiJone and Draco’s son, Hermione expressed a more conciliatory attitude.
Behind The ScenesEdit
- The character is played by Sarah Rasmussen.
- Her name, like her mother’s, is derived from French pronunciation of particular flowers.
- Both she and Draco would have attended Durmstrang but Draco’s mother did not want the two attending school so far from home.
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film)
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (game)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (game)
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (game)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (game)
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film)
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (game)
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
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