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User avatar #7 - GodofTV
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Yea he was at Hogwarts were things were kinda bad, but it wasn't an all out ******* war. The Death Eaters were being dicks but they weren't ******* killing people. Neville got in their ******* face and they didn't do ****. Harry had it so much worse, he faced ******* death. I hate it when people compare the two.
User avatar #197 to #7 - GodofTV
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Read what I said retards, they weren't killing people AT HOGWARTS WHILE HARRY WAS ON THE LAMB. Of course I read the books. Classes went on as usual, the teachers were the same, but Death Eaters ran the school. Yea kids were tortured, but not KILLED. Neville had it better, your red thumbs and retarded comments won't sway me.
#139 to #7 - joelskee
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User avatar #151 to #7 - beamersmack **User deleted account**
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I'm not sure if you read the books (or saw the movies) but it was kind of almost pretty much absolutely all out war. Death Eaters were definitely killing people. Harry faced one death (his own) and succeeded. Neville faced the death of everyone around him and succeeded.
#178 to #7 - chromefile
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User avatar #182 to #7 - sirslimyscrotum **User deleted account**
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I haven't read the books, but my friend told me that there is list of people that died,and there is a lot,
#101 to #7 - antzell
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User avatar #148 to #7 - wtfduud
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Protip: You should post as an anon when posting complete ********.
#121 to #7 - Her
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Oh my god are you serious?
Oh my god are you serious?
User avatar #68 to #7 - symmiie
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You should probably go read the books.. Or at least watch the movies before you post ****.
User avatar #14 to #7 - kousei
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*pat pat pat* It's not comparing their courage. It was comparing their roles. Last line man "Harry was chosen for a solo mission. Neville was chosen to lead an army." While i may not agree that Neville lead an army I will not deny that he played a major part.

Also note, when Harry "the chosen one" was playing possum, and all hope seemed lost, Neville was the one to get up there and say "We don't care, we will still fight." Yea, Harry faced his own death, thanks to the guidance of Dumbledore and Snape. Neville faced an army of deatheaters without knowing if his fellow students would support him. Talk to me about how Harry is the more courageous one.

P.S. Deatheaters WERE killing people.
User avatar #51 to #14 - skidz
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because harry literally walked up to his death he had no hope of living it was only death.
User avatar #59 to #51 - kousei
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He was still guided there. It was explained to him that his death was a sacrifice to weaken Voldemort. Now step into Neville's shoes here. The one declared to be the only person capable of killing Voldemort is dead, there is an army of death eaters before him, not one person amongst his classmates are saying anything, and a classmate has already stepped over to Voldemort's side. Neville practically gives Voldemort the middle finger, the first to declare this standing.

Harry was guided into being a willing sacrifice, knowing his death would be for the greater good. Neville though, looked down the barrel of a gun, knowing (or at least thinking he knows) that there is no hope of surviving, and he say "no, i will keep fighting."

Dieing for a good cause that you were guided to? Easy, some courage but still not a great amount. Fighting an impossible battle just to uphold your beliefs? The takes some serious guts.
User avatar #60 to #59 - skidz
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Harry's sacrifice, just because he was guided doesn't take any less courage it doesn't matter why or how, dieng is dieng. Neville displayed great acts of courage but people act like harry walking to his own death is a minor thing to do.
User avatar #116 to #60 - doctadoc
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Did you think Neville thought he was going to live? Neville knew he was going to die when he stood up to the death eaters. Like Kousei said, Harry was declared to be the only who was able to kill Voldemort...and everyone thought he was dead. Neville could have chosen to live by going to Voldemort's side, but he didn't. He was ready to die in order to defend Hogwarts, the students, and the teachers.
User avatar #196 to #116 - skidz
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when did i say Neville was not brave? I just said Harry was alot more brave then people give him credit for
User avatar #64 to #60 - kousei
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No, the problem is that any time people try to escalate Neville it's taken as diminishing Harry.
User avatar #65 to #64 - skidz
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"Dieing for a good cause that you were guided to? Easy, some courage but still not a great amount."

That's not diminishing harry.
User avatar #66 to #65 - kousei
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i grant that was a diminished but more in the style of a irritated snap instead of an honest belief that there is little courage there. Though i stand by my statement that, relative to Neville, Harry's sacrificial walk was not as courageous as people make it to be.
User avatar #16 to #7 - Jesusnipples
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Reread your comment, and then think about the fact that the werewolf that was on the Death Eaters side ******* ate that Lavender chick alive
User avatar #8 to #7 - jordoguy
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Yeah they weren't killing people, except one of the twins, Remus, Tonks, Lavender and countless others.
#137 to #8 - mrderpinson
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And Dobby, You cannot forget about that loveable ************...
#29 to #8 - anon id: 717f88e5
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The twi, Remus, and Tonks all died escorting Harry, Nevile had nothing to do with it.

The point is that they weren't killing people at Hogwarts. So long as you were pure-blooded and not fighting them, Voldermort was still interested in teaching students. Very few of the students were killed over the school year (unless a half-blood was stupid enough to return). The combat was focused at the end of the book.
User avatar #42 to #29 - hates
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That's the point, though. At the end of the book, Neville is at the castle fighting the army of death eaters while Harry is on his own, looking for the last horcruxes, and fighting Voldemort one on one
#190 to #42 - anon id: 717f88e5
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But the commenter I was replying to falsely attributed three (probably four, I forget when Lavender died) of the four deaths he mentioned to be associated with Neville (they were actually associated with Harry).

Also they suggested that the deatheaters were killing students at hogwarts all year. That wasn't until the very end of the year.
User avatar #167 to #29 - jordoguy
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Yes they clearly were killing people, are you ******* blind?
#187 to #167 - anon id: 717f88e5
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Read to the end of my comment before being an asshole.
I said they weren't killing (pureblood) students during the school year.

You attribute three deaths related to Harry to deaths under Neville. (I forget when Lavender dies.)
And you suggest the death eaters were constantly killing (pureblood) students at Hogwarts during the school year while Harry was running around the country side.

That's not the case. The real fighting was at the very end.
User avatar #189 to #187 - jordoguy
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The entire discussion was about the end........
#191 to #189 - anon id: 717f88e5
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Yet you attributed deaths in the second chapter to being associated with Neville because "you were talking about the end," no.
#192 to #191 - jordoguy
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Yet I don't care at all, funny that.
#195 to #192 - anon id: 717f88e5
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No matter.
You're just admitting that you're wrong but don't have enough integrity to actually say it.
User avatar #198 to #195 - jordoguy
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No, I just really cannot be bothered to argue about this with a dumb ass.
User avatar #160 to #29 - elcreepo
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but voldy IS a halfblood...
#188 to #160 - anon id: 717f88e5
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And Hitler wasn't blond.
#4 - dbgm
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aaaand then he became the herbology professor
User avatar #131 to #4 - ianistheman
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He did? Well at least he ends up doing something he liked.
User avatar #166 to #4 - huewut
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The most badass herbology professor ever.
User avatar #46 to #4 - vampireinarm
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no one ***** with his herbs, no one
#15 - Jesusnipples
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Harry kicked ass throughout the series, but Neville kicked, like, several hundred asses
Harry kicked ass throughout the series, but Neville kicked, like, several hundred asses
User avatar #6 - internetrage
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But only the one the prophecy is about can take it from the Department of Mysteries.
Harry took it from the Department of Mysteries.
End of story.
User avatar #43 to #6 - hates
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The prophecy could have been for either Harry or Neville, but Voldemort just assumed it meant Harry. Technically Harry became the only chosen one when Voldemort "marked him as his equal" but he could have easily have chosen Neville instead.
User avatar #55 to #6 - Zeeter
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One must remember, as it was Dumbledore dying wish for Harry too, that the prophecy wasn't absolute. The only reason the prophecy had any importance at all is because Voldemort intially believedit did. Either Harry or Nevile could have fit the criteria; only Voldemort knows why he choose Harry. Dumbledore suggested that he saw Harrys parents as more of a threat to his cause, but that remains speculation. Regardless, the only reason the prophecy is true, that "neither will rest till the other is dead" or some ****, is because neither party would never let it be otherwise. If you were to completly remove the prophecy from the equation, Harry would still be searching for revenge/justice, and Voldy would still be trying to smite the **** out of him.
#142 to #55 - joelskee
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That was a smart comment. Thumb for you.
#9 to #6 - vanillasmoke
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Thank you
#26 to #6 - seajayjoonyo
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It was about both Harry and Neville, before Harry's parents were killed. Once Harry had been orphaned, it was determined that the prophesy was about just him, so they labeled it just for Harry so that only Harry could take it.


The prophesy could have been for either of them, but Voldemort chose it to be for Harry instead.

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#35 - DotCom
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I find this relevant
User avatar #134 to #35 - brettyht
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but now there is too much nose
#73 - hypocritical
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User avatar #165 to #73 - huewut
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Is there anywhere I can find a larger version of this .gif? 'cause damn it's funny
User avatar #171 to #165 - brenton
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Well that was the source, anyway...
Just realized you only wanted the larger gif. Sorry.
User avatar #172 to #171 - huewut
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Doesn't matter, the video is hilarious
User avatar #174 to #171 - huewut
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User avatar #170 to #165 - brenton
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User avatar #13 - sinonyx
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take a second and think about what neville actually did...
he acted as bait...
said no to voldemort.........


other than that... the teachers and other students did everything when hogwarts was underattack..
#20 to #13 - ashlad
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You obviusly have not read the books.
User avatar #27 to #20 - kievaughnb
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Yeah, so what, Neville stabbed Nagini.
User avatar #33 to #13 - Zydratejunkie
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In the battle of the ministry in 5th year, Neville, despite using a wand that was not suited to him, was the only student other than Harry left standing.

He also fought bravely a year later when Hogwarts itself was infiltrated by Death Eaters and their minions.

He didn't JUST say no to Voldemort or act as bait, He LED the resistance at Hogwarts all throughout his seventh year. He refused to torture first years with the cruciatus curse, thus earning himself weeks of torture at the hands of the Carrow siblings. He never broke. You're also forgetting that he slew Nagini, the final horcrux of Voldemort's.

And you know, he kind of kicked puberty's ass
#47 - kingrui
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Hermione was the chosen one
Hermione was the chosen one
#58 - readily
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"Voldemore"
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