- Why is Hermione not in Slytherin?
- Why is Luna a Ravenclaw?
- Did the Sorting Hat make any mistakes?
- Does Hermione have Asperger?
- Did Hermione call Luna Looney?
- Why was Harry almost put in Slytherin?
- Is Luna from Harry Potter autistic?
- Are there any autistic characters in Harry Potter?
- Was Hermione a bully?
- Does Luna hate Hermione?
The only reason Hermione wasn’t put in Slytherin is because she’s muggleborn. Ambition, resourcefulness, cunning, cleverness, and fraternalism are all traits Hermione Granger possesses. They are also all traits of a Slytherin.
Luna was sorted into Ravenclaw for her creative thinking, her ability to think outside the box.
Rumors have run rampant for years that there are 7 mistakes made by the Sorting Hat in the Harry Potter franchise, but creator J.K. Rowling maintains that the Hat never made a mistake. Fans have long speculated about the possibility, and Seamus Finnegan, surprisingly, rarely comes up in those discussions.
Hermione eventually sees the results: “I stared at my parents, blinking my eyes. I knew the results would be here today, but I didn’t think the outcome would be like this. Asperger, the paper said.” In this piece of fan fiction, Hermione Granger has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Because the film makers gave Hermione a line she would have never uttered in the books. Film Hermione calls Luna, Loony, which is rude—and I always cringe and want to throw things at the screen and shout rude names at the producers of the films when I watch that scene. Book Hermione wasn’t rude to Luna.
It suggested that Harry would have great fame and glory by joining Slytherin House, as Harry possessed Slytherin qualities such as cunning and determination. Harry requested specifically to be spared that fate.
‘Harry Potter’ star Evanna Lynch says fans with autism have a special connection with Luna Lovegood. “Harry Potter” star Evanna Lynch told Insider that her character, Luna Lovegood, has a special connection with autistic fans, and gets “a lot of letters” from fans with autism.
In one story, for instance, the writer creates a new character, Albus Potter, the son of Harry Potter, who is autistic and newly enrolled in Hogwarts. In the story, Albus initially has difficulty forming relationships. But he ultimately finds friends in houses as diverse as Gryffindor and Slytherin.
Hermione is a force of nature. She’s intelligent and ruthless, stubborn and caring and sometimes horribly vindictive. But she’s not a bully. She tends to impose her will on those around her, but it’s mostly because she truly believes that it’s best for them.
She’s the ‘anti-Hermione’ – it was something said by J.K. Rowling that makes total sense. She said that Luna was ‘the anti-Hermione. Luna was a girl who believed in the Blibbering Humdinger and Crumple-Horned Snorkack, while Hermione was someone who disliked ‘woolly’ subjects like Divination.