Harry finally learnt the specific spell that killed his parents and why his memories of the event were always shrouded in green light. Suffice to say, he came out of the lesson a little shaken, as did Neville, who we later learnt also had a tragic past marred by these terrible spells. Cedric — as kind as he was popular, handsome and brave — deserved better, and seeing someone die in such an abrupt and pitiless way had a huge impact on Harry.
Harry realised that not everyone believed him The scene in the graveyard could not have been more sharp or vivid to Harry, and yet he was stunned to learn that not everyone believed his story. Harry, as he often reluctantly had to be, found himself the catalyst of an impending battle, and suddenly his happy first few years of Hogwarts, full of owls, laughter, Quidditch and chocolate, seemed very far away.
Originally published on Pottermore. Published on May 26th T he The book in which we met European wizards, saw Harry take on a dragon and rolled our eyes as a green-eyed monster awoke in Ron. Then came a moment in the graveyard that would change things forever. Harry gained a father figure After learning Sirius Black was his godfather in Prisoner of Azkaban , for the first time ever Harry had a confidant akin to a parent.
Harry witnessed the Dark Mark Harry was truly thrilled when he learnt that he had been invited to go to the Quidditch World Cup. Ron and Harry had their first big falling-out Although the Goblet of Fire picked Harry to be a Triwizard champion very much against his will, Ron thought Harry put his own name forward and the pair promptly fell out.
Harry started fancying girls As Harry would attest, fighting a Hungarian Horntail is one thing, but trying to ask a girl out on a date to the Yule Ball is a whole other kettle of fish. Harry learnt about the curse that killed his parents Mad-Eye Moody proved to be a far different Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher than Professor Lupin, and Harry and his classmates swiftly went from Boggarts to Unforgiveable Curses.
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