Hermione Jean Granger is a fictional character in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. She first appears in the novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, as a new student on her way to Hogwarts.Read more
J.K. Rowling confirmed that immediately after the Second Wizarding War ended, Hermione went to Australia and restored her parents' memories. She brought them home and they presumably resumed their lives as dentists.
Obliviate is a permanently altering someone's memory and therefore can not be undone.
Hermione Granger memorably altered her parents' memories during a dangerous time in the Harry Potter series, but she did it for a good reason. Hermione Granger memorably wiped her existence from her parents' memories during a tumultuous time in the Harry Potter series, but it was for a good reason.
Yes it was confirmed by Rowling in an interview when Hermione went to get them they were running a candy store in Australia. She restored their memories and returned them to England.
The timing was to give her parents time to move to Australia until and if she survived, she would go find them after it was all over and give them their memories back. Hermione obliviated them to keep them safe. She didn't want them to be taken by the Death Eaters, and they would be safer if they knew nothing.
Voldemort fired a Killing Curse the second that Mundungus disapparated, and hit Moody in the face. Moody fell backwards off his broom and down to the ground, and even if he survived the curse (which is almost impossible), Moody fell about one thousand feet with no wand, making his death a certainty.
Hermione fired off a Stinging Jinx directly into Harry's face when they were accosted by Snatchers. The resulting swelling disfigured his face to much that he was unrecognizable. The spell may be related to the Stinging Hex which Harry inadvertently fired at Snape during Occlumency lessons (OP24).
Although he wasn't turned into a werewolf, he did develop some wolfish tendencies such as a liking for very rare steaks. He married Fleur on 1 August 1997, although their wedding was disrupted by the arrival of Death Eaters following the fall of the Ministry of Magic.
According to Rowling, Snape is the only Death Eater capable of producing a full Patronus, which, like Lily's, is a doe.
In the books, Hermione explains that she did not use the obliviate charm on her parents, but rather a false memory charm.
obliviate completely removes someone's memory. Hermione SPECIFICALLY states that she MODIFIED her parent's memories.
He lost his nose as a sacrifice for immortality, such an immoral deed of tearing ones' souls into pieces made him a little less human and so he lost his human features and developed reptilian features (like snakes who have slits in place of an actual nose).
At one point in the battle, when Walden Macnair grabbed Harry by the throat, Neville jabbed him in the eye through his mask with Hermione's wand, making him scream and release Harry. After the battle, Neville returned Hermione's wand to her and purchased a new wand for himself.
The only Muggles given access are those accompanying their Muggle-born children. Wizards seeking access to Diagon Alley by foot will pass through The Leaky Cauldron, an inn invisible to Muggles who walk past from the Muggle side. ... The brick wall will then morph into an arch, allowing wizards to enter Diagon Alley.
Fleur Isabelle Weasley [citationneeded] (née Delacour) (b. c. 1976-1977) was a French quarter-Veela witch daughter of Apolline Delacour and her husband, and elder sister of Gabrielle. Fleur attended Beauxbatons Academy of Magic.
Remus was turned by Fenrir Greyback, who sought revenge on his father for his unkind words about the werewolf community. The attack took place just before his fifth birthday, and although Lyall burst in and saved his son from death, the attack left Remus as a werewolf himself.
James's Animagus form was that of a stag, which earned him his nickname, Prongs. Strikingly, Harry's Patronus was a stag and his mother Lily's was a doe, a female deer, showing that the family's characters were in harmony and formed part of the same animal group.
After being on the run from a bunch of Snatchers, the gang were taken to Malfoy Manor, where Bellatrix proceeded to torture Hermione using the Cruciatus Curse. It was a testament to Hermione's toughness that she was able to walk away without lasting damage.
Originally Answered: Why didn't Hermione help Dobby when his life was in danger in Deathly Hallows 1? She was in shock from being tortured by Bellatrix, if you remember from the books and movies she was really weak, she couldn't do anything just witness the death happen of Dobby. She couldn't do anything.
As fans of JK Rowling's story will remember, although a Death Eater, Lucius survived the battle of Hogwarts after defecting from Lord Voldemort, to save his son Draco. And while the Malfoys were safely reunited in both the book and movie, Lucius' later fate isn't made clear.
Why did Snape betray the Order during the battle of the seven Potters? - Quora. So although I don't ever really defend Snape, in this instance… Snape was instructed by Dumbledore to give Voldemort the true departure plan for Harry - except for omitting that there would be seven Harry Potters.
He had to give Neville that book, and that's why he was nice to him. He praised Neville's herbology skills in order to make him interested in and take the book, that was necessary for Harry's success in the Second Task.
George has his ear cursed off by Severus Snape (by accident), who uses the Sectumsempra curse. When he recovers, he seems in good spirits, making jokes about his new, earless appearance and by saying that at least now their mother will be able to tell them apart.