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How did Hermione Granger die? What was she like in the Harry Potter series?

Hermione Jean Granger is a fictional character in the Harry Potter series which was written by J.K. Rowling. Hermione Granger is firstly seen in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”. She comes in as a new students coming to Hogwarts. Harry and Ron rescue her from a mountain troll in the restroom. Then they become best friends and often uses her quick understanding, memory power and knowledge to help in difficult situations. The writer has told that Hermione is a young girl, who has her insecurities and afraid of failing.

How did Hermione Granger die?

Once, Hermione makes a Society for the Promotion of Heroic Equality for Witches (S.P.H.E.W.). She assists with 7 other witches to stop bullies in Hogwarts. As the fights get bigger, S.P.H.E.W. had to be removed by people at Hogwarts. Tom Riddle thinks of dividing Hermione from Harry and and then blames her for the attempt of murder of Draco Malfoy.

On April 16, Riddle makes a mountain troll which is not affected by sunlight for killing Hermoine. Harry, Fred and George Weasley go to rescue her. They defeat the troll but by then she had deep injuries. Hermione’s death makes Harry to bring her back from death by doing anything, which causes Sybill Trelawney’s words about the end of the world by his hands. Harry then cools down her body and later makes it into an small thing as to believe to revive her in future.

What was Hermione Granger like in the Harry Potter series?

Hermione is very intelligent and is more active than her class mates in most classes. She can also read at a great speed and has good memory power to remember the whole book. In the school year, she takes the leadership  and creates the S.P.H.E.W., a group of students to maintain gender equality and opposes bullying.

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