Fred was a very big loss, but I didn't cry when he actually died. For me, the saddest thing is when everyone is in the Great Hall, mourning the dead and when everyone believed Harry was dead. Hedwig's death was a sad one, too. It was like the beginning of all the misery that was about to take place. And Dobby and Colin too, of course. Both of them was so innocent and just wanted to help Harry. Cedric was simply too young to die. I felt so sorry for his parents (even though his dad wasn't very nice to Winky).
And well, I never liked Snape a lot (He DID make up for his misdeeds in the end, I agree on that, but I never saw why he had to be so mean from the beginning. It's just so stupid of him). His death was a very sad one but cold-hearted me wasn't very affected.
For me, actually, it's a tie between Fred, Snape, and Colin. Colin because he was so young and innocent, and that really brought it home for me. Fred because I absolutely loved him and it was devastating. And Snape because I felt like we never really knew him until he died.
Post by skylarksin on Sept 17, 2012 19:20:09 GMT -5
I believe both Sirius and Dobby's deaths affected me the most
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Post by aagstar555 on Oct 23, 2012 18:46:18 GMT -5
Tonks and Lupin. The one point in the movie that I cried is the point at which one who hadn't read the books would realize about poor little Teddy, left with no one but his Grandma and Harry. Not, of course, that one would mind your Grandma and Harry Potter being your guardians, but still. Sadness
Post by ashleystark91 on Nov 28, 2012 10:00:47 GMT -5
You know for me it started before Harry was old enough to understand. I feel his parents need to be mentioned. The poor boy lost them at only a year old, they didn't get to watch him age, never got to see the man he became. Also Fred , the man never got to reach his full potential. He would have made a good husband and a very good father. Sirius, He was one very special father figure in Harry's life, that gets ripped away from him all to early after just finding him not even 2 years before. I could go on, there are so many injustices done to these people that Harry has come to know, love, and depend on.
Age is foolish and forgetful when it underestimates youth-Dumbledore I want you to listen to me very carefully, Harry. You are not a bad person. You're a very good person, who bad things have happened to. Besides, the world isn't split into good people and Death Eaters. We've all got light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That's who we really are-Sirius Black
Post by aagstar555 on Jan 12, 2013 20:44:46 GMT -5
I feel Tonks' was the worst because it wasn't supposed to happen. I was really upset about Hedwig and Lupin too. I was sad about Lupin because at the end of the book little Teddy was left all alone with only two REAL family members, if Harry counts.
Oh god, all of them! The ones where i actually cried were Dobby, Fred and Snape, but Dumbledore's and Sirius's were hearbraking too! I almost forgot Hedwig, she died so heroically, i think it was really sad but she died saving Harry so it was noble.