The rivalry between the Malfoy and Fallows families goes back before any of the two can remember, yet tensions remain high between the two to this very day. Nobody can remember the exact reason, though some associate it with money or quidditch. But what was the real reason these two families hate each other so much?
Back in the very beginning of Hogwarts, some of the first students included the early Malfoy and Fallow ancestors. Malfoy was considered the King of Slytherin's, while Fallow was Gryffindor's leader. The rivalry starts after Malfoy argues that Muggle-borns shouldn't be allowed at Hogwarts, while Fallows says they should.
Everyone knows the various stories of Harry, Ron, and Hermione's days at Hogwarts, but what about the other students? Before the epic conclusion to Voldemort's rise from power, what about the inseparable friends, forbidden romances, and rivalries? The story leading up to the Battle for Hogwarts isn't quite complete..
Year 3-After the Malfoy-Fallows rivalry has continued for centuries, Melony Fallows and Draco Malfoy decide to dig deeper into their family history, unaware of what they may find..
Year 4-The Triwizard Tournament begins, along with the hiring of yet another Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. The students are as tense as ever as the Yule Ball looms ahead, with rivalries and new romances and friendships beginning. But.. are they for the better?
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