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What happened to Neville? A random mishap, on an assignment Hocus Pocus I just took a DNA test turns out I’m 100 that witch Halloween shirt for his master, and the poor young death eater died. An honorable death no doubt, Voldemort would say. For there is no better way for a young wizard to die than to be martyred in the war against the evil of Dumbledore. Service to the ministry is paramount, and young Neville Longbottom is the perfect hero for new pureblooded students of Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. What use would Voldemort have from a child? He won’t have a legacy to carry since he’s immortal and his legacy is forever. He is a psychopath, a mental illness characterized by the impossibility to form attachment to anything, from a potted plant to a human being of your own flesh and blood. He is a narcissist, a person that loves themselves above all else. Rowling feels very heavily about being a mother, and Mrs Weasley is a representation of that. She’s a firm force of good, she kills Bellatrix to protect her family, and she appears to find motherhood greatly rewarding. Harry could never succeed without the love the whole Weasley family provides him. Through Ron and the rest of the Weasleys, Harry finds normalcy, friendly faces, all sorts of things he lacked back at Privet Drive.
But also, the way Hocus Pocus I just took a DNA test turns out I’m 100 that witch Halloween shirt Rowling feels so strongly about parenthood is shown in the Epilogue itself. Yeah, the infamous “everyone is married and lives happily ever after” never really stuck out like a sore thumb to me because well, that’s all I want for the characters. I don’t want those stories who take a morbid pleasure in adding tons of problems to characters who have already fought through hell and back. So what if Harry isn’t a depressed mess inside a psychiatric ward? I’m glad he’s enjoying a normal life! So what if Ron and Hermione’s marriage isn’t a horrible gory trainwreck and they’re entirely happy with each other? Damn well they better be happy and in love, I didn’t buy books about a magical world for you to screw it up by “making it realistic which must mean everything’s depressingly bleak and hopeless”!