Khác biệt giữa bản sửa đổi của “Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Neville Longbottom”

Sửa đổi, replaced: == Strengths == → == Điểm mạnh ==, == Weaknesses == → == Điểm yếu == using AWB
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(Sửa đổi, replaced: == Strengths == → == Điểm mạnh ==, == Weaknesses == → == Điểm yếu == using AWB)
In the epilogue, Neville has become Hogwarts' Herbology professor and has married Hannah Abbott. Neville remains a close family friend to the Potters and Weasleys.
 
== StrengthsĐiểm mạnh ==
 
Neville is descended from a powerful magical family, and he has the potential to be a great wizard. His problems stem, in [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Minerva McGonagall|Professor McGonagall's]] opinion, from, "a lack of self confidence." Like Harry, he suffered an early childhood trauma. Despite his earlier lackluster abilities, Neville's magical power has grown substantially since [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Books/Order of the Phoenix|his 5th year]] when he trained with [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Dumbledore's Army|Dumbledore's Army]] under [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Harry Potter|Harry Potter's]] tutelage. With great determination, he worked harder than most to master defensive skills, and struggled to break through the fog that perpetually clouded his mind.
 
Neville is gifted in Herbology and received an "Outstanding" on his O.W.L. Further, he received "Exceeds Expectations" in Defence Against the Dark Arts, possibly because of his work in Dumbledore's Army. He also received an "Exceeds Expectations" on his Charms O.W.L., and is encouraged by Professor McGonagall to take advanced study in that course.
== Điểm yếu ==
 
== Weaknesses ==
 
During Neville's early years at Hogwarts, he could best be described as clumsy, shy, and had very low self-confidence. These traits seriously affected his Wizarding abilities and training. He was prone to mishaps or accidents, especially in Potions, due to his (fairly rational) fear of [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Severus Snape|Professor Snape]], who constantly bullied him, further eroding his self-esteem.