React to These Harry Potter Situations and We'll Reveal Which Character You Really Are
By: Jennifer Post
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About This Quiz
Harry Potter is one of the most popular and transformative book and movie series of an entire generation. You laughed. You cried. You hated characters and you loved them, and sometimes that was all the same character. What these stories brought to the world was, yes, a little bit of magic, but they brought lessons, too. They taught those who read them to reach for the stars no matter the obstacle, trust your friends because they'll always be there for you, and if an adult is keeping something from you, there might be a good reason. since there were so many books, there was plenty of opportunity to feel a special connection with a particular one.
Maybe you picked the house you felt you belonged in and associated yourself with another member of that house. Maybe you went with one of the dynamic trio, Harry, Ron or Hermione because they were seemingly the ones who were the most important to the story. These characters also find themselves in some pretty serious conversations just as much as they're in situations that celebrate their friendship and accomplishments. Which character are you really? We'll reveal it to you if you react to these Harry Potter situations!
How did you feel when Hagrid stored through the door to the spot the Dursley's were hiding from Harry's Hogwarts letters?
He should have come in through the ceiling.
Were you clutching your pearls when Ron got knocked off the horse during Wizard chess so Harry could get to the Sorcerer's Stone?
I wouldn't have recommended it.
Did you see it coming when Professor Quirrell took off his head wrap to release Voldemort on the other side of his head?
I absolutely did not see it coming.
I didn't, but anything is possible.
Teachers are all corrupt these days.
If given the chance, would you have flown the magic car to school if you missed the train?
Definitely not! It's dangerous.
If I were asked, I definitely would have.
Why not?! Life is about adventure.
I'd have someone else drive me.
Would you use the invisibility cloak to roam around the halls at night, like Harry and Ron do, even though it's not allowed?
I'm scared of getting in trouble.
It not being allowed makes it seem more fun.
I would just walk around at night anyway.
How many tissues did you need when Dobby was freed?
Did your jaw hit the ground when Scabbers was revealed to be none other than Peter Pettigrew?
They really got me with that one.
I don't even know who that is.
In your heart of hearts, did you know that Sirius Black was a good man?
I wasn't sure if I could trust what I thought.
Every man is good in some regard.
He belongs in Azkaban, I don't care what anyone says.
Could you pick up on any of the hints, like Hermione did, that Professor Lupin was a werewolf?
I didn't have to. He told me.
The hints clearly weren't obvious enough.
No, but it makes total sense.
How much did you love Lupin and Tonks' relationship?
Did you think Harry was a no-good scoundrel when his name came out of the Goblet of Fire?
I knew it had to be a trick.
When Hermione entered the Yule Ball with Viktor Krum, what were you feeling?
Were you raging when no one would believe Harry that Voldemort was back after Cedric was killed during the Triwizard Tournament?
I wasn't even sure if I believed him.
How could people not believe him?
He didn't deserve for people to blindly believe him.
Talk about hard to watch, did you have to turn your head away when Umbridge's quill was digging into Harry's skin during detention?
She'll get what's coming to her.
Sometimes people need to learn things the hard way.
Professor Umbridge was basically the worst. Were you afraid Hogwarts would crumble from all the new rule plaques she was having nailed into the stone?
I just had to have faith that she would be brought down.
It was a legit concern of mine.
Some of those rules worked in my favor.
Feelings toward Dumbledore fluctuated throughout the story, but when he took the fall for Dumbledore's Army, how did you feel?
It was the right thing to do.
Did it make you see Snape differently when Harry saw his backstory with his parents?
I always knew there was something like that going on.
He had a weird way of showing his feelings.
How did you think things would end after the prophecy was read regarding Harry and Voldemort?
I knew they wouldn't kill Harry.
Of course Harry would be the last horcrux.
Bellatrix Lestrange using the killing curse on Sirius was a sad moment. What did you think would happen after that?
I thought for sure Harry would end her.
I knew it wouldn't be good.
She should have been killed back.
Maybe she did the right thing.
How stressed out were you when Harry, Ron and Hermione used polyjuice potion to portray workers at the Ministry of Magic?
They could have turned back at any moment!
I was confident they could get it done.
Whatever happened was meant to happen.
This moment was left out of the movies, but how triumphant was it when Hermione solved the potion riddle in The Sorcerer's Stone?
I couldn't believe they left that moment out.
They literally showed every other thing but that one.
What a moment of female empowerment!
They had to cut things out so the movie wasn't six hours long.
We knew Snape was good before the unbreakable curse, but did you see that moment as a step back?
It was all part of his plan.
I was thinking he was a traitor.
He was doing what was best for the student.
Be honest. Do you still cry every time the students and staff of Hogwarts raise their wands after Dumbledore dies?
I don't cry, but it's still a really powerful moment.
How weird was Ron and Lavender's relationship?
He had to try with someone else to know Hermione was the one.
When Ron stormed off from the tent while the trio were hiding and looking for horcruxes, did you know he'd come back?
I'm shocked he found his way.
If he didn't, he probably would have died.
There were a lot of deaths throughout all the books, but which one impacted you the most?
Were you beaming with pride when Mrs. Weasley took on Bellatrix during the Battle of Hogwarts?
I really didn't see it coming.
When Dobby died, did a part of you die as well?
I knew it had to happen, but I still cried.
At least they gave him a proper goodbye.
At the very end when you find out that Harry and Ginny named their son after Dumbledore and Snape, what kind of emotions did that bring on?
It's not a great name, but love the sentiment.
It made sense, they were all basically family.
How did you feel when you had read the last sentence of the last book for the first time?
I felt so many different things at once.
Like I had just read a part of history
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