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that are there for each other through some pretty unimaginable situations.There aren’t many friends out there who are willing to help someone defeat an evil wizard and put their own lives at risk.Hermione might be a bit more of a rule follower than Ron and Harry, but she’s always willing to break rules if she feels it’s important to do the right thing.However, when Harry receives the Firebolt anonymously in their third year, Hermione is understandably worried that it could have been jinxed. When Mc Gonagall takes it away to be tested for issues, Harry and Ron are both mad at her, putting the broom over their friendship.This is especially true when she learns about the house-elves being used for labor at Hogwarts.Her cause is an admirable one, and neither Harry or Ron are very supportive.
While it's understandable he’d want to protect his rat, the way he treats Hermione after he thinks Crookshanks killing Scabbers is not great.Would Harry have been the one mutilating tiny figurines of Viktor Krum during the Triwizard Tournament, or would the H/H train have reached the station during those lonely nights in the tent of despair?Would it have been a betrayal of Ron, or would Ron’s feelings for his bushy-haired buddy have been written out of the story completely? When the book ended, all of the main characters were under age 20.If Rowling was going to question any of the major characters’ pairings, she’d have been better off reconsidering Harry’s relationship to Mary Sue–whoops, I mean Ginny. Sure, they’d been through a lot, but they were still teenagers.It was entirely possible that they’d go forth in life and have a dozen more lovers, become Pygmy Puff hoarders and die alone, or move to other countries and marry people who were never in the books.