10 Most Loved Harry Potter Characters
The Harry Potter series has actors from the public that would remain with them for decades to come. Some of the characters are lovable, making us deeply respect them; others showed the show's viewers just what not to do in life, leading fans to learn from their mistakes. One thing's for sure, when you look closely enough, each of the characters has a remarkable amount of complexity. Posted On February 18th, 2021
Hermione Jean Granger is a character in The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, she appears first as a new student on her way to Hogwarts. She becomes best friends with them after Harry and Ron rescue her from a mountain troll in the girls' bathroom and also uses her quick wit, deft memory, and encyclopedic expertise to provide support in desperate circumstances. Rowling has said that, with her vulnerability and fear of disappointment, Hermione resembles herself as a young child.
For a variety of reasons, Harry is a superhero; he is immensely courageous, motivated by conscience, trustworthy, clever and resourceful. He's the warrior for whom we grow up and admire. He became an icon in both the book and real-life by the conclusion of the novel. Harry is far from flawless, however; few will list him as their favourite character. Stronger characters like Dumbledore often overwhelm him, never own the scene and still shirk the limelight. There are hundreds of deaths caused by his own presence, and he is irritatingly unaware of his own fame, often appearing bewildered when people are in awe of him. He at times ignored Hagrid, Ron and Hermione.
The transition of Neville from the frightened boy in pyjamas to the handsome Leodensian serpent-slayer is especially deep in the films, but he eventually flourishes in the novels, gaining trust as a member of D.A. And to take part in the Astronomy Tower War. Not only as a defender of the consequences of puberty but also for his novel, Neville is a fan favorite, the boy raised by his grandmother who overcame social awkwardness and a lack of magical ability to become a central player in the Dark Lord's take-down. MAGNIFIC.
We still love her partner, Arthur, but the care of Harry by Molly has always been an especially wonderful aspect of the story. Harry is an orphan and his aunt and uncle treated him poorly and his relationship with his godfather, Sirius, was unfortunately short. But from the day Harry met Molly, she treated him like another son, and she gave him the affection, the encouragement, and, yeah, the Christmas gifts he'd missed in his life. Though we're used to Molly as a classic mother figure who is lovingly involved (or amusingly chastising, if you're Fred and George), she still has her own bravery and determination to rely upon, gladly sacrificing herself as a member of the Phoenix Order. And when her children are at risk, well let's just say, Bellatrix learned the hard way from her lesson.
A British wizard who was the son of Amos Diggory and his companion was Cedric Diggory (September/October, 1977-June 24, 1995). In 1989, he began attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was classified into the House of Hufflepuff. He was perfect during his time at school and captained the Hufflepuff Quidditch team playing as a seeker. Cedric submitted his name to play in the Triwizard Tournament in his sixth year.
Sirius Black may have difficulties with him, but they are hidden by a charming man who would have died for his people making him one of the most compassionate characters in the whole series. He's not without his flaws, but who can blame him after twelve years in Azkaban and growing up with a mother like Walburga Black.
A British witch, the only child and daughter of Xenophilius and Pandora Lovegood, was Luna Scamander (née Lovegood) (b. 13 February 1981). When Luna was nine and Luna was raised by her aunt, editor of the magazine The Quibbler, in a rook-like house near the village of Ottery St Catchpole in Devon, her mother accidentally died while playing with spells.
Remus John Lupin's , O.M. (First Class 10 March, 1960-2 May, 1998), also known as Moony, was the only son of Lyall and Hope Lupin (née Howell) and was a half-blood wizard. As a part of Greyback's vengeance against Lyall, he was attacked by the werewolf Fenrir Greyback when he was a boy, leaving Remus afflicted with Lycanthropy for life. From 1971-1978, he attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was classified into Gryffindor House. He was one of the Marauders during his school years, becoming best friends with Sirius Black, James Potter, and Peter Pettigrew. They created the Marauder's Map together.
Minerva McGonagall, O.M. (First Class) was a half-blood Scottish witch, the only daughter of Robert McGonagall the Muggle, and Isobel Ross the witch. She was Malcolm's older sibling, too, and she was Robert Jnr. Minerva attended Witchcraft and Wizardry's Hogwarts School and was sorted into Gryffindor House, but it took five and a half minutes for the Sorting Hat to determine if she was Gryffindor or Ravenclaw, which made her a Hatstall. She was named Head Girl during her seventh year.
Severus Snape (9 January 1960-2 May 1998) was an English half-blood sorcerer who served as Potions Master (1981-1996), Head of Slytherin House (1981-1997), Professor of Defence Against the Dark Arts (1996-1997), and Headmaster of the Hogwarts Academy of Witchcraft and Wizardry (1997-1998), as well as a founder of the Phoenix Order and a Death Eater. In both of the Wizarding Wars against Voldemort, his double life played an exceedingly significant part. Severus, the only child of Muggle Tobias Snape and Gobstones witch Eileen Snape (née Prince), was raised in the Muggle dwelling of Spinner's End, which, while in a poorer location, was in near proximity to the home of the Evans household. When he was nine, he met Lily and Petunia Evans and fell intensely in love with Lily and became a close friend of hers.