The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in instalments by Cassandra Clare over a period of six years, consisting three novel-length stories: Draco Dormiens , Draco Sinister , and Draco Veritas. In the beginning there is a love triangle where both Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter are interested in Hermione Granger. The trilogy contributed to the popularisation of Fanon Draco, called "Leather Pants Draco" after a famous scene in Draco Sinister where Draco ends up looking good in incredibly tight leather pants. Since the launch of Cassandra Claire's profic career, the stories have been taken down, although it is possible to find them circulating by email and file sharing sites, and has even been reuploaded in the form of a blog. Judith Rumelt, more commonly known as Cassandra Clare, is the author of many Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings fanfictions, including the Draco trilogy , notable for a plagiarism controversy.
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She now spells her name Cassandra Clare , without an I. It's a pen name; she can do that. It used many of the same tropes found in The Mortal Instruments , and deviated wildly from Harry Potter canon because it was begun before the fifth book was released. It began with a standard "Freaky Friday" Flip plot and developed into a complicated tale involving all sorts of magical inheritance, the four founders of Hogwarts and more. Notable for beginning the Draco in Leather Pants phenomenon, the story took Harry's rival Draco Malfoy and turned him into a sarcastic , leather-clad Anti-Hero best described as a combination of Corwin , Spike and Artemis Fowl.
Became wildly popular in fandom to the point where some fans began to prefer the Draco Trilogy to the actual canon.
There was also a good deal of controversy in fandom when the author was blacklisted from Fan Fiction Dot Net for plagiarizing lengthy passages from a Pamela Dean series without attribution and, apparently, lying about having permission to use the passages in her fanfiction, although she did sort of get permission after she was caught.
This is often confused with the series using a large amount of quotes and scenes from TV series including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Blackadder and several published works, which were eventually credited at the end of each chapter. Avocado, the person who first discovered and reported the Pamela Dean plagiarism, wrote here a recount of the plagiarism debacle.
The author removed her fanfiction from the internet when she became a published professional, but rumor has it the Draco Trilogy can still be found online if you know where to look Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account.
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Since it was written before Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and set after it, it is now an alternate universe fic. It was very influential in the early days of the fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. Hello my lovely followers! The horrors of the war behind her, Hermione thinks nothing will stop her from pursuing her education. But Galleons are scarce and she struggles to pay her tuition. What kind of assistance will come from an unexpected wizard?
The Draco Trilogy
The Draco Trilogy is a Draco -centric epic written and posted in installments by Cassandra Claire over a period of six years. The series was very influential in the early days of Harry Potter fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. In , a fan said: "The Draco Trilogy did not invent fanon! Draco, but its tremendous fame popularized him and gave him his most recognizable traits--sex and snark.