History Characters / HarryPotterHogwartsStudents

6th Feb '16 6:52:46 AM robwebster
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** Gyffindor has lions, strong, powerful and often associated with bravery.
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** Gyffindor Gryffindor has lions, strong, powerful and often associated with bravery.

** Gyffindor: Red and gold
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** Gyffindor: Gryffindor: Red and gold
22nd Jan '16 6:40:04 PM k410ren
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->''"I don't appreciate the insinuation, Longbottom. Besides, if anyone cares to notice, my eyebrows have completely grown back!"''
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->''"I don't appreciate the insinuation, Longbottom. Besides, if anyone cares to notice, my eyebrows have completely grown back!"'' back! (Cue Seamus turning around and there is a noticeable bald spot on the back of his head)"''
19th Jan '16 1:55:49 PM k410ren
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* TheDragon: Serves as this to Tom Riddle's diary during ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets Chamber of Secrets]]'', since she serves as his main subordinate (albeit while BrainwashedAndCrazy) by opening the Chamber of Secrets, unleashing the Basilisk on four people including Hermione (three in the film), plus Nearly Headless Nick, and writing threatening messages on the walls.
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* TheDragon: [[spoiler: Serves as this to Tom Riddle's diary during ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets Chamber of Secrets]]'', since she serves as his main subordinate (albeit while BrainwashedAndCrazy) by opening the Chamber of Secrets, unleashing the Basilisk on four people including Hermione (three in the film), plus Nearly Headless Nick, and writing threatening messages on the walls.]]
19th Jan '16 1:45:30 PM k410ren
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* TheDragon: Serves as this to Tom Riddle's diary during ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets]]'', since she serves as his main subordinate (albeit while BrainwashedAndCrazy) by opening the Chamber of Secrets, unleashing the Basilisk on four people including Hermione (three in the film), plus Nearly Headless Nick, and writing threatening messages on the walls.
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* TheDragon: Serves as this to Tom Riddle's diary during ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets]]'', ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets Chamber of Secrets]]'', since she serves as his main subordinate (albeit while BrainwashedAndCrazy) by opening the Chamber of Secrets, unleashing the Basilisk on four people including Hermione (three in the film), plus Nearly Headless Nick, and writing threatening messages on the walls.
19th Jan '16 1:44:04 PM k410ren
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* TheDragon: Serves as this to Tom Riddle's diary during ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets]]'', since she serves as his main subordinate (albeit while BrainwashedAndCrazy) by opening the Chamber of Secrets, unleashing the Basilisk on four people including Hermione (three in the film), plus Nearly Headless Nick, and writing threatening messages on the walls.

* AshFace: He gets this a lot in the films. This is most prominent in the first and sixth films.

* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Melancholic -- loyal to a fault and initially doubted Harry's claims that Voldemort was back,
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Melancholic -- loyal to a fault and initially doubted Harry's claims that Voldemort was back, back.
25th Dec '15 9:42:50 PM creader
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* PapaWolf / BigBrotherInstinct: Like you would not believe. Mess with Neville? Dude probably can't even stop stuttering long enough to tell you to shove off [[spoiler: at first]]. Mess with Neville's friends? Well, in the first book alone he got into a fistfight with Crabbe and Goyle and stood up to them long enough that Ron (who was in a similar fight with Draco Malfoy) did ''not'' get pounded by the pair. To drive this point home, in the first book Crabbe and Goyle are described as far and away the biggest first years and act as Draco's bodyguards. [[spoiler: Standing up to those two ogres long enough to make sure they didn't hurt Ron was probably the ''least badass instance'' of this trope that Neville ever got.]]
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* PapaWolf / BigBrotherInstinct: PapaWolf: Like you would not believe. Mess with Neville? Dude probably can't even stop stuttering long enough to tell you to shove off [[spoiler: at first]]. Mess with Neville's friends? Well, in the first book alone he got into a fistfight with Crabbe and Goyle and stood up to them long enough that Ron (who was in a similar fight with Draco Malfoy) did ''not'' get pounded by the pair. To drive this point home, in the first book Crabbe and Goyle are described as far and away the biggest first years and act as Draco's bodyguards. [[spoiler: Standing up to those two ogres long enough to make sure they didn't hurt Ron was probably the ''least badass instance'' of this trope that Neville ever got.]]

* TheSoCalledCoward: Neville is portrayed as an outwardly timid and meek young lad, bullied by Malfoy and his gang. But he proves his Gryffindor bravery at the end of the first book [[spoiler:by standing up to Harry, Ron and Hermione when he thinks that they're going to lose more points for Gryffindor]]. [[GrowingTheBeard The real show of bravery]], however, [[CharacterDevelopment comes in the]] seventh book; [[spoiler:after the Death Eaters take charge at Hogwarts, he becomes the leader in a group of student rebels, opposing the Death Eaters' regime and supporting Harry Potter, sustaining painful punishment as a consequence. He is aided by Ginny and Luna, who are just as brave as him. Then during the battle, he basically ''spits in [[BigBad Voldemort]]'s face'' by defiantly refusing to join TheDarkSide and killing the last [[SoulJar Horcrux]] '''[[IncendiaryExponent while on fire]]!''' He does this even when he thinks Harry is dead and they have no chance of winning]]. If that's not brave, nothing is.
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* TheSoCalledCoward: Neville is portrayed as an outwardly timid and meek young lad, bullied by Malfoy and his gang. But he proves his Gryffindor bravery at the end of the first book [[spoiler:by standing up to Harry, Ron and Hermione when he thinks that they're going to lose more points for Gryffindor]]. [[GrowingTheBeard The real show of bravery]], however, [[CharacterDevelopment comes in the]] seventh book; [[spoiler:after the Death Eaters take charge at Hogwarts, he becomes the leader in a group of student rebels, opposing the Death Eaters' regime and supporting Harry Potter, sustaining painful punishment as a consequence. He is aided by Ginny and Ginnyand Luna, who are just as brave as him. Then during the battle, he basically ''spits in [[BigBad Voldemort]]'s face'' by defiantly refusing to join TheDarkSide and killing the last [[SoulJar Horcrux]] '''[[IncendiaryExponent while on fire]]!''' He does this even when he thinks Harry is dead and they have no chance of winning]]. If that's not brave, nothing is.
25th Dec '15 9:39:17 PM creader
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* TheSoCalledCoward: Neville is portrayed as an outwardly timid and meek young lad, bullied by Malfoy and his gang. But he proves his Gryffindor bravery at the end of the first book [[spoiler:by standing up to Harry, Ron and Hermione when he thinks that they're going to lose more points for Gryffindor]]. [[GrowingTheBeard The real show of bravery]], however, [[CharacterDevelopment comes in the]] seventh book; [[spoiler:after the Death Eaters take charge at Hogwarts, he becomes the leader in a group of student rebels, opposing the Death Eaters' regime and supporting Harry Potter, sustaining painful punishment as a consequence. He is aided by Ginny and Luna, who are just as brave as him. Then during the battle, he basically ''spits in [[BigBad Voldemort]]'s face'' by defiantly refusing to join TheDarkSide and killing the last [[SoulJar Horcrux]] '''[[IncendiaryExponent while on fire]]!''' He does this even when he thinks Harry is dead and they have no chance of winning]]. If that's not brave, nothing is.

** But then he forced it to dress up as his grandmother.
25th Dec '15 4:14:43 AM Freshmeat
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* MeaningfulName: The name Cormac is borne by a number of figures from Irish legend and history, including Cormac mac Airt, a warrior king of Ireland, and Cormac Cond Longas, an exiled prince of Ulster. The name is most commonly translated as "charioteer", but can be also translated into "raven"- a bird strongly associated with warfare in Celtic mythology. This may allude to [=McLaggen's=] aggressive personality.

* MeaningfulName: Marietta is the town in Georgia known mostly for being where, during the UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar, Andrews' raiders boarded a train with the intention of stealing it.

** In the [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince sixth book]] Hepzibah Smith is mentioned to be a descendant of Helga Hufflepuff. If Zacharias is Smith's descendant then that might explain why he's in Hufflepuff House despite not showing the usual qualities. Smith is, of course, a very common name, but Zacharias and Hepzibah are both uncommon names of Hebrew origin, leading many to suspect a connection.
12th Dec '15 12:25:47 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* VoiceOfTheResistance: In Deathly Hallows, he hosts an underground radio program called Potterwatch.
28th Nov '15 7:27:53 AM JustTroper
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* BarefootLoon: See DoesNotLikeShoes.

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** If only the whole "stolen shoes" story was true. It seems highly unrealistic that the disappearance of '''all''' her footwear would go unnoticed by Hogwarts' staff, so it is possible that she made up the whole story, and went barefoot simply because she wanted to.
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