I sort of agree with this. I think Andromeda may have some of Bellatrix's edge, but she might be the bookworm of the family, so maybe so also lacks Bellatrix's strength. I agree that she would be fairly secretive, and I think Bellatrix might have kept a close eye on Andromeda while they were at Hogwarts. I can see Bellatrix wanting to interfer in Andromeda's life a lot, so maybe Andromeda closes down and seeks out different friends that her sister doesn't know about.I really think that Andromeda was simply born with a different mindset than those in her family. She wouldn't have rebelled until the last possible moment, choosing to be subtle in her slight disagreements. I don't think she would have known anything, but the values her family put into her head from the start until she started going to Hogwarts.
I think is is fairly correct. I think Andromeda is someone who also very much likes 'her own kind.' Maybe, during the course of her life, that changes. I can see Andromeda being very loyal to a very small group of people. I can actually imagine Teddy being in Hufflepuff and Andromeda being in Slytherin. I also think Andromeda is in Slytherin because she's probably fairly cunning. She does have to sneak around behind her sisters' backs, afterall.I always think of the fact that Slytherin wanted ambitious students - with a thirst to prove themselves. With Bellatrix as the already imposing older sister and Narcissa as the baby, Andromeda is very much stuck in the middle and possibly overlooked.
I think (I may be wrong) that Andromeda and Ted were in the order. For one thing, all the safe houses had something to do with the order, and I can't believe that they would send Harry with people not even in the order.
Nope, they were not in the Order. I think this is probably for several reasons. Andromeda may not have *wanted* to actively fight her sisters and try to kill them or send them to prison. I don't think Andromeda ever actively hated her sisters, but when the war starts, she realizes she had inadvertantly picked a side and must either stay hidden or actively fight. Hiding Harry is much different than going out and fighting her sisters like Sirius fought Bellatrix. In addition, they were both new parents during the first war, and I think this influenced Andromeda's decision to stay out of it.