There was no Hermione at this school, but there were some hard-faced girls who looked as though butter wouldn’t melt in their mouths. They talked about people behind their backs and didn’t seem much interested in anything but the clothes they wore. Harry wondered why they were at Hogwarts at all. He’d have understood if they’d attended a different school, one that taught rude and unpleasant subjects like how to be a waitress or how to clean toilets.
But they were at Hogwarts. That was odd enough. But then why were they here? Couldn’t they go to some other school? Surely, if you could learn how to be a waitress there, your life wouldn’t really change that much!
The Complete Guide to How Harry Potter’s Sorting Works in the Current Series
In Book 2, Harry meets his new best friend Hermione out of the night air. The pair walks together towards the castle and discuss the rules of wizarding manners along with many other things. This article is going to show you exactly how Harry Potter’s sorting works in the current series. This is a very important topic in the books because Harry Potter’s sorting is a way of figuring out who people are and what they’re good at, or it can also determine where they fit in. The sorting rules of Harry Potter have a lot of different rules and exceptions. The article is going to explain all of them so check it out if you haven’t already done so.
One very important rule for Harry’s Hogwarts sorting is that he should stay there during the first task of the Triwizard Tournament. Harry doesn’t want to be sorted, but he knows that if he doesn’t do it then Cedric Diggory would die, and Harry would hate himself forever for having not thought about his friend dying over an insult. This can be interpreted as Harry trying to stay out of trouble because he is a Gryffindor, but it could also mean that Harry does not think he would be able to get through the sorting ceremony without putting himself in danger.
People have suggested that Harry might be sorted into Slytherin because of this rule.
To begin with, Harry Potter’s sorting is based on which house the person is in. If you go through the series of books, you will notice that each Harry Potter book has a specific set of characters that belong to a specific house. This sorting works the same way when you watch the movies. There are some characters that have changed houses between the books and the movies, but there are some who haven’t and whose sorting rules remain mostly intact. So, try and study this list below.
( If a character does not appear: Ex. Gilderoy Lockhart, Dean Thomas, Alecto Carrow.)
If the person you are asking about is not found in this list, the answer is N/A.
This is just my opinion, and this is just a list of characters who are either mentioned or appeared at least once in the books, but not in the movies. Some characters were mentioned, but they may or may not have appeared onscreen. Finally, there are some characters who haven’t been mentioned in any of the books or movies (yet). So if you can identify a character from this list who is not mentioned below, I would appreciate it.
Book: Chapter/Appearence (if applicable)
Movie: (Title, Year)
-Shacklebolt is on the back cover of the book.
-In Order of Appearance: (Order in which they are mentioned)
DUMBLEDORE’S ARMY (Mentioned only)
The Complete Guide to How the New Harry Potter Quidditch Rules Will Work in Battle of the Ages
The first thing that you need to note is that the rules are different for the Quidditch World Cup. In this case, Harry Potter’s sorting is about whom he can trust in the situation. For instance, when Harry faced a dragon in Book 7, he sought advice from his closest friends. He knew he couldn’t trust so-and-so, who seemed to be ensuring that they would always lose in every game they played. The point is, Harry Potter’s sorting is more about who his friends are and whom he can trust.
The second thing that you need to note is the importance of Fred and George Weasley in his life. These two have been there for him since childhood, and they have always been there for Harry Potter. Not only do they trust him because he’s the Heir of Slytherin, but also because they can see the best in him. However, this isn’t everything. The Ministry seems to be controlling Harry Potter’s life completely. There is no way that the Ministry couldn’t have known he was going to go to Hogsmeade, much less what he was going to do there.
The third thing that you need to note is the importance of Hermione Granger. She has been his friend since their first year at Hogwarts and has always had his back in Hogwarts. More than once, she has risked her life and had her memory tampered with to save his life. When she did this, Harry Potter trusted her completely. She wasn’t allowed to even be at Hogsmeade with him because the Ministry was afraid that she would start a riot to help him. This is the same young woman who had been attacked by Death Eaters multiple times and who, in general, was the most hated person at Hogwarts.