Luna Lovegood is a witch who attended Hogwarts, and was later a member of Dumbledore's Army. Luna Lovegood is married to Rolf Scamander, the grandson of Newt Scamander.
In fact, he is related to another student at Hogwarts from Harry's time. Newt is the grandfather-in-law of Luna Lovegood. While the series may have teased that Luna would end up marrying Neville Longbottom, the truth is she winds up married to none other than Rolf Scamander, the grandson of Newt.
The Lovegoods and the Scamanders must have remained in close relationship afterwards, and this is how Luna met Rolf, her future husband. In 2015, J.K. Rowling indeed revealed that, after the Battles of Hogwarts, Luna married Newt Scamander's grandson, who is a magizoologist himself too.
Initially, Newt Scamander was only mentioned in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone as the author of the book Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, which was used as a textbook for Care of Magical Creatures by Harry Potter and his classmates.
He's Luna Lovegood's grandfather-in-law
Luna Lovegood ends up marrying Rolf Scamander, who is Newt's grandson.
Since the map shows the location of every single person at Hogwarts at the given time, that means Newt Scamander was somewhere on the grounds at the school during that time.
Goldstein: The father of Queenie and Porpentina "Tina" Goldstein, father-in-law of Newt Scamander, and great-grandfather of Rolf Scamander and great-grandfather-in-law of Luna Lovegood. Mr. Goldstein was a wizard and married to Mrs. Goldstein, having two daughters, Porpentina and Queenie (her real name is unknown.)
No, on many reasons. Newt married Tina and had a child with her, not a giant and also, Hagrid's last name is, well Hagrid, so no, Newt isn't Hagrid's dad.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore confirmed that Credence Barebone/Aurelius Dumbledore (Ezra Miller) is the new Snape (Alan Rickman) through a very familiar line delivered by Aberforth Dumbledore (Richard Coyle). Fantastic Beasts 3 finally shed light on the Credence being Aurelius Dumbledore plot twist.
Voldemort has yet to appear in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, but he is still part of the overall timeline and it's possible to guess what he's doing during that time. The Fantastic Beasts series is part of the Harry Potter universe, and takes place years before the events of the Harry Potter film series.
Newt believed that magical creatures were not dangerous if treated with respect, and Buckbeak only attacked Malfoy when he disrespected him. Due to this, Newt would have gladly traveled to Hogwarts to defend Buckbeak and try to prevent his execution, causing him to appear on the Marauder's Map.
There's only one answer, and it's that the Kelpie is Newt's Patronus. A Kelpie is a shape-shifting beast that lives within water. It is not to be approached by humans — unless they want to be eaten. Newt documented the Kelpie in his hit book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Funnily enough, the most famous Lestrange is one only by marriage, and despite really adorable Instagram photos that make us wish it so, there is no blood relation between Leta and Bellatrix whatsoever. At most, Leta and Rodolphus Lestrange (Bellatrix's husband) are very distant cousins.
Perhaps Muggles and Wizards alike should be thankful the two of them are not related.
No, they are not. Luna's parents are clearly stated to be Xenophilius and Pandora Lovegood, while Draco's parents are clearly stated to be Lucius and Narcissa Black Malfoy.
Like most British wizarding children, Newt Scamander attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. There he was sorted into Hufflepuff house.
He was born in 1897, sorted into the Hufflepuff house at Hogwarts.
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Before he took up residence in Dumbledore's office at Hogwarts or aided Harry Potter in the Chamber of Secrets, the most famous phoenix in the Wizarding World may have been in Newt Scamander's suitcase in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
The most notorious Lestrange from the "Harry Potter" series was Bellatrix — the cousin of Sirius Black and Lord Voldemort's most devoted follower. But Bellatrix was born with the same last name as Sirius (Black), and only became a Lestrange when she married her husband Rodolphous. Warner Bros.
They are from different families. Though Queenie might be related to Anthony Goldstein. Yeah, there are some similarities between them like they both were half blood and what u said but they are not related in any way. Also, Queenie was a naturally born legillimen while Snape had acquired that skill.
Their closest Hogwarts House parallels would clearly be Gryffindor for Tina, and Hufflepuff for Queenie.
According to the text, Newt was expelled due to his possession of a Jarvey, which was both illegal to own and a violation of Animal Welfare Laws 101/304.
It is unknown if Newt is pure-blood or half-blood, as his father's blood status is unknown. According to Dumbledore, Newt does not seek power and simply asks, "what is right?" His patronus is unknown as, according to JK Rowling, is a secret.
So it's altogether possible that a younger Hagrid met a middle-aged Scamander at Hogwarts in the '40s. There's another connection (besides caring for misunderstood beasts of the world) between the two. Hagrid and Scamander were both expelled from Hogwarts, only to return as professors later.