He was an incredible friend that stood up for Harry and Hermione every time Harry was bullied or questioned and Hermione was insulted, and he also invited both of them to his home almost every summer. It has been over a decade since revealed in its epilogue that, 19 years after the , Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley are not only still together, but are married and have a family. It was just lazy writing and made me dislike Ginny. Well, the books never intended to make it this way. I remember Harry bringing Hermione on his date. I think it's weird that they're 3 best friends and 2 of them marry each other.
Ron and his ideas are often viewed with skepticism by Hermione, while those of Harry - even if she is obviously doubting them - are still treated with respect and she places her faith in them. Ron and Hermione were both way beyond this, but the reader just didn't notice that much, when learning everything from Harry's perspective. Even Ron himself — or at least the actor who played him, Rupert Grint — admitted that. The Harry Potter story was written from Harry Potter's perspective. They had to choose their words carefully around him so he didn't lose his mind. In times of need, they are always there for one another, no matter what. We understand you'd be concerned, but weeping like it's the end of the world? The movie played the scene with more suspicion and suspense than the book did.
Hermione, being born to Muggle parents, and Harry, though a full-blood wizard, but having spent all of his childhood completely unaware of the fact - that's already quite a big thing to have in common. Well, he did get a girl, just not that one. He held out a slightly trembling hand, and in a dreadful blast of realization Harry knew that the goblins of Gringotts were aware that Bellatrix's wand had been stolen. Harry wasn't better than him in school, in terms of bravery, and even in quidditch Ron was a good goalkeeper. Ron isn't exactly the best choice for her. But this has definitely always been the case with Harry and Hermione.
The movies didn't help much either. In the books, she was kind of a cool kid and you could sort of justify her appeal to Harry, but nonetheless - she could hardly compete with Hermione. The Death-Eater Travers also mentioned hearing about the wand being lost by Bellatrix earlier, when he also questioned the polyjuiced Hermonie, earlier in the same chapter. At the beginning of the gang tries to break into Bellatrix Lestrange's vault at Gringot's using polyjuice potion to dress Hermione and Ron as Bellatrix and some other Death Eater respectively. I've always liked them better as friends because it was nice to have two main characters of the opposite gender interact so wonderfully as they did. In any case, Ron isn't that big of an idiot nor is he unambitious.
Hermione notices how much Ron endures to be a good friend, and Hermione notices what a great personality Ron has. He was also incredibly brave, accompanying Harry on every suicide mission Harry went on, even one where he had to face thousands of giant spiders. Remember that part in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, when Harry announces that Hermione would be joining their little 'tea party'? Emma Watson was too pretty, so the casual fans that didn't read the books much saw Hermione as a perfect hero girl: smart, brave, and beautiful. But yeah dramione ftw lol and even tho I accepted it eventually, the harry-ginny pairing just came out of nowhere too. Even Jo Rowling herself said that Ron and Hermione were a poor match. Harry was suppose to go on a date with Cho and he brings Hermione along. They had to abandon their families to follow Harry and they both made their decisions look easier than it actually was.
Some may have been disappointed, others were probably happy that things didn't go as they would in absolutely any Hollywood flick, where the hero gets it all - including the girl. Ron, on the other hand, has no idea about the Muggle world and pretty much decides to remain completely ignorant about it. She said that 'distance has given her perspective' and that she really only paired Hermione with Ron out of personal reasons and not for the sake of the plot or reasons related to literature. What can we really say about her? Lose points by breaking the rules. Slowly, their relationship fell apart.
You don't constantly have your friends in your thoughts and you aren't worried about where they may be whenever they aren't around you. This also happened when readers read the Prince's Tale from Snape's perspective. . If anyone is able to create Timetuner, then perhaps Potterheads can use it to travel back in time and convince a young Rowling to do the right thing. As to why they ended up closer to their target, the simplest answer is that they were already spiralling down on a rail track to get to the bottom of a deep well and access the deepest vaults. The above heading will probably resonate most with those fans, who choose to use the screen adaptations as reference. The bestselling author and person responsible for the series' existence made this confession in an interview for Wonderland.
Harry almost never speaks, and when he does it's either super serious or he's throwing a tantrum. So in the movies Ron was further degraded to an average Joe that just happened to hang around with the hero and the heroine all the time. However, in this case we will very much try to exploit the fact, because they were simply meant to be. She pitied Harry when Harry drove Remus away. Harry Potter's bravery, skill, determination - all of the things that make the boy with the scar on his forehead the star and most important personage in the books and movies. It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility. Or was there an actual story-wise reason that they couldn't just hand over Bellatrix' wand? This probably is tell-tale sign number one that someone's in love.
The same goes for him: he marvels at Hermione's ideas and supports them. In general, I liked the way it turned out. Look how bitter she gets when Harry was doing better at potions. He was ready to sacrifice himself at the chess game, and he screamed at Sirius that he'd have to kill him before Harry. All I saw was Hermione trying to rip into Ron for his latest stupid idea.