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A question that I'm sure will have some fantastic and creative answers... Many characters in the Harry Potter movies were taken away from us. But who do you feel was the absolute worst to read or watch? And as a side note; who of them didn't deserve it?

 

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When DH Part 1 came out, I always said that Dobby was the most painful death for me. I remember talking to the guy I was crushing on at the time about it and how much it hurt us.    As an ad

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When DH Part 1 came out, I always said that Dobby was the most painful death for me. I remember talking to the guy I was crushing on at the time about it and how much it hurt us. 

 

As an adult, and it's still one of the only deaths I've cried at in a film, is Fred Weasley's. I don't know whether it's the fact I'm reminded of GoF where Harry tells Fred and George we're going to need some laughter, whether the score is so poignant, the book knowledge or just the context for George's reaction, but something within me snaps, but it's such an emotional, painful death for me. 

 

I still think Colin didn't deserve to die. I understand the significance, but he was so young. He shouldn't have even stayed a fought, and he had such promise with his photography, and possibly his other studies and hobbies. Also the fact this his brother would have to return to the place where he died and not be able to fully move on until he graduated is such a stab in the gut.

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