Harry Potter: This detail on Neville Longbottom's wand demonstrated the wizard's persistence throughout the saga


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If you thought Neville was a poor wizard in the Harry Potter saga, you should think twice!

Nobody is perfect ! If Hermione has turned to the dark side many times in the saga Harry Potter , Neville Longbottom meanwhile multiplied the blunders with his magic wand. However, that did not prevent him from becoming one of the most appreciated wizards of the franchise, the character embodied by Matthew Lewis having many qualities. Because if the trio of the franchise has many times been able to count on their comrade of House Gryffindor, the Potterheads have also highlighted one admirable attribute of Neville, namely his perseverance. It all goes back to his very first year at Hogwarts and the wand he had with him until in the battle within the Department of Mysteries during Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix .

Neville Longbottom and Harry Potter. – Credit (s): Warner Bros
As a reminder, Neville had a chaotic start to schooling at the Wizarding School. Melting cauldrons, loss of control of his broom during training … we can no longer count the adventures and other disasters that punctuated the learning of Longbottom within Hogwarts. However and although the student seems to attract bad luck, this bad fortune could also be explained by the handling of his wand

. Throughout the saga Harry Potter , it did not seem to “listen” to her master, Neville not actually having chosen his wand since he actually inherited his father's. He used it for five years until one of Voldemort's Death Eaters destroyed it. If it therefore represents evil for good, for the wizard, its laborious use during all this time will also have the consequence of showing Neville's perseverance and stubbornness. Exceptional qualities, for an exceptional sorcerer who will restore the truth about his abilities while

an unpublished detail of the saga Harry Potter proves that his character was not really respected