Remus/Tonks

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Pairing
Pairing: Remus Lupin/Nymphadora Tonks
Alternative name(s): S.S. Wotcher Wolvie[1], Remadora
Gender category: het
Fandom: Harry Potter
Canonical?: yes
Prevalence: common
Archives: PhoenixSong.net (also H/G and R/Hr)
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A Little More Love... (defunct, Wayback)
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Remus/Tonks is a pairing in Harry Potter fandom, popular after the release of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and confirmed as canon after Half-Blood Prince.

Pre-HBP

The early one-shot fanfic A Test of Wills, or Flirting for the Social Inept by HRHBunbury, published July 2003,[2] has been credited for much of the pre-Half-Blood Prince support for the pairing. One fan writes that it "probably kicked off the Remus/Tonks ship."[3]

Post-HBP

The fan reaction to Remus/Tonks in canon was quite varied. While many Remus/Sirius shippers were upset that Remus ended up with someone other than Sirius, others didn't see necessarily see Remus/Tonks as contradiction Remus/Sirius. On the other hand, while most Remus/Tonks shippers were thrilled to see the pairing become canon, other disliked the way it was handled.[4] There was also much debate on the appropriateness of Tonks' behavior throughout the book, and particularly on her confrontation of Remus right after Dumbledore's death.[5] However, there were elements of a minor Ship War between Remus/Tonks and Remus/Sirius shippers and many essays were written on the topic.[6]

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References

  1. ^ FictionAlley Park. SCUSA Master Ship List and Ship Registry Submissions. Updated 24 April 2011. (Accessed 12 May 2011.)
  2. ^ FictionAlley. Stories for HRHBunbury. (Accessed 12 May 2011.)
  3. ^ sarafinapekkala. Untitled comment on What are the classics of Harry Potter fanfiction?. 29 March 2004. (Accessed 12 May 2011.)
  4. ^ jazzypom. My problems with the Lupin/Tonks ship. 26 August 2005.
  5. ^ sparkly_stuff. What Would Dumbledore Say? 25 November 2005. (Accessed 12 May 2011.)
  6. ^ moonlitwoods. Remus/Sirius v. Remus/Tonks in Canon: Contrast and Compare. 25 June 2006. (Accessed 12 May 2011.)