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Why was Ron mad at Harry in the Goblet of Fire book?
Ron was shown pretty solid evidence that Harry didn’t put his own name in the Goblet of Fire, yet he’s pissed off at Harry nonetheless. He insists that Harry found a way around the age line and acts salty that Harry didn’t take Ron along with him.
Who dies in the battle of 7 Potters?
|Battle of the Seven Potters|
|Result||Indecisive, main objective successful: Death Eaters kill Alastor Moody and Hedwig, and George Weasley loses an ear, but Harry Potter is successfully moved. Long-term strategic effects favourable to Order of the Phoenix.|
|Alastor Moody †||Lord Voldemort|
Who put Harry’s name in the goblet?
Barty Crouch Jr
It was Barty Crouch Jr imposing as Mad-Eye Moody who put Harry’s name in the Goblet of Fire. That was only in the movie.
Why was Ron angry at Harry for putting his name in?
Ron was angry because he believed Harry had gone behind his back to put his name in the Goblet. He felt Harry should have told him and taken him along so he could have put his name in too.
Why did Dumbledore get angry at Ron and Hermione?
Dumbledore was angry because the script-writers decided to change book canon into an absurd out-of-character outburst by movie-Dumbledore. Ron was angry because he believed Harry had gone behind his back to put his name in the Goblet. He felt Harry should have told him and taken him along so he could have put his name in too.
Who was the first one to disbelieve Harry Potter in the Goblet?
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry counted on Ron to believe him when his name came up wrongly out of the Goblet. Unfortunately for poor Harry, his best friend was the first one to disbelieve him and thought Harry had fooled everyone by placing his name in.
Why was Ron so jealous of Harry’s goblet?
Ron was probably feeling left out and his insecurities over being “overshadowed” got the worse of him and he thought Harry had somehow put his name into the goblet without telling him. Hermione was not completely right about him being jealous either, because Ron has had plenty such instances and he’s only usually been happy for Harry.