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Neville and Hannah by x8xdanix6x Neville and Hannah by x8xdanix6x
Neville Longbottom and Hannah Abbott outside the three broomsticks

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AnaxErik4ever Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2016  Student Writer
Awww.  And here my mum thought Neville married Luna.  I was like, "Luna with such an ORDINARY wizard?  I doubt it."  Neville only got good at magic because he joined the main trio in Dumbledore's Army, and his friends were much more patient than any of their professors in teaching him.  I was surprised, and delighted, that he took over leadership in Harry and Hermione's absence from Hogwarts in Deathly Hallows.
x8xdanix6x Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah,i liked that he took a leadership role as well. The skills he learned then served him well in later life Neville became the Herbology teacher at Hogwarts and Hannah became the landlady of the three broomsticks. I originally found it strange that JKR paired them together in the end, but when i think they were both member of the DA, I think it works. Luna is such a free spirit, i think she is better suited with Newt Scamanders Grandson, searching for all the weird and wonderful creatures she believed in.
AnaxErik4ever Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2016  Student Writer
Her oddball charm and free-thinking intelligence (She may not find the conventional solution to a problem, but she finds the answers just the same.) were what made me think she was bad for Neville.  I didn't see the relationship going anywhere frankly if they DID actually go on a date together.  Besides, since Luna wasn't introduced until "Order of the Phoenix", if Neville was going to have a romance at all, it would be with a name that had appeared in the books BEFORE then or else someone unrelated to the whole Deathly Hallows affair.
His grandmother pressured him to be an auror his whole life, or at least the permanent damage done to his parents made him feel guilty about failing his family in some way.  I think it's the nerves that caused him to fail all the time.  Lupin first helped him tap his potential with the Boggart lesson, facing his fears by imagining something funny.  Even if it was only temporary, it set Neville on the path to come to terms with the fact that he will never be his parents or his grandmother in terms of magic.
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