Why is Snape listed in the description? We don't have evidence his body was moved to the Hall, do we? And he wasn't named in the passage about the fifty other individuals. The way the description reads is as if Snape's body was lying next to Fred, Remus, Tonks and Colin's. --Stevehim 00:19, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
Well, Snape would still be one of "the fallen," since it refers non-Death Eater casualties of the Battle of Hogwarts-- and Snape was, without a doubt, a non-Death Eater casualty. EmmyG 20:32, October 5, 2010 (UTC)
They completely forgot vincent crabbe when he died in the room of requirement
The article is about the people who were killed fighting Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters. Crabbe didn't die like that. --20:44, April 1, 2011 (UTC)
It's probably entirely irrelevant or wrong - as everything I seem to fight for on this wiki at this current stage seems to be - but can we say in the article, or their articles, that all D.A members who died did so in the second half of the battle? I ask, based on this quote by Luna, which is, I believe, in the second half of the battle. I've bolded the quote.
‘That’s right,’ said Luna encouragingly, as if they were back in the Room of Requirement and this was simply spell practice for the DA. ‘That’s right, Harry ... come on, think of something happy ...’
‘Something happy?’ he said, his voice cracked.
‘We’re all still here,’ she whispered, ‘we’re still fighting. Come on, now ...’
There was a silver spark, then a wavering light, and then, with the greatest effort it had ever cost him, the stag burst from the end of Harry’s wand.