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User avatar #42 - paulohd (06/21/2013) [-]
Making everyone who participated in the battle of Hogwarts "aurors" is really demeaning to the real aurors. I know that might be a very unpopular opinion but, must of the participants had no real knowledge of darks arts and would make very ****** aurors.
User avatar #166 to #42 - thedrewtard (06/21/2013) [-]
I mean, you have to assume they'd be trained... plus most of the ones who wouldn't be continuing school would be the older, more experienced ones, I believe. Obviously this is just my take on it, but I thought I'd offer the opinion.
#108 to #42 - Womens Study Major (06/21/2013) [-]
well with most aurors dead after Voldemort takeover of the ministry and topping that off after the battle of hogwarts, he probably just wanted to build back up the non existed auror army
User avatar #52 to #42 - crazyeyedbioll (06/21/2013) [-]
Well I mean they did kinda survive a massive battle against a huge army of dark wizards.
User avatar #56 to #52 - lyiat ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
A fourteen year old survives a military engagement against insurgent Korean forces. Obviously this means he should immediately be promoted to the top of the US Navy Seals.
User avatar #62 to #56 - crazyeyedbioll (06/21/2013) [-]
>insurgent N korean forces
>survives
>big deal

did he fight them off though? were they dark wizards? My point was if the people at the battle of hogwarts were skilled enough to face voldemort's army they are skilled enough to atleast help others hunt dark wizards if they choose to, its not like their training stops as soon as they get the title aurors
User avatar #207 to #62 - hanabro (06/21/2013) [-]
This guy is absolutely right, actually. No idea why you're being thumbed down. There's a difference between a fourteen year old hiding in a basement from the insurgent North Korean forces and the same fourteen year old with a knife between his teeth taking on the North Korean forces on the front lines, and surviving.

Plus, wasn't it limited to only to students old enough to fight, and not the fourteen year olds anyway? Most of those students were a few weeks from graduating. So it's more like an eighteen year old man, fighting insurgent forces directly, against the absolute best the enemy had to offer, and surviving the battle with nothing but his courage, wit, and skill? **** yeah he's earned a shot at the SEALs.
#46 to #42 - faithrider (06/21/2013) [-]
and if i remember correctly that isn't accurate. i believe only the members of the DA and the more prominent members of the O.ofP. were offered the positions... i could be wrong i finished the 7th book like 5 years ago... or something like that. it was the week it came out and i finished it in 9 hours straight...
and if i remember correctly that isn't accurate. i believe only the members of the DA and the more prominent members of the O.ofP. were offered the positions... i could be wrong i finished the 7th book like 5 years ago... or something like that. it was the week it came out and i finished it in 9 hours straight...
User avatar #51 to #46 - damphyr (06/21/2013) [-]
I remember reading the last book, my mother brought me home a copy after work the day it came out. I read and read and read, through the whole night, and at some point the following day my mom asked me to go outside to do something.
As I tramped across the house, I remember saying "Harry is dead, Death eaters are attacking Hogwarts and you want me to go check the ******* pool pump?!" My mother laughed so hard.
I wish she would laugh like that again.
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