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She was friends with Cho Chang and often walked around Hogwarts with a group of fellow Ravenclaw girls in 1994-1995. She was part of the group of giggling girls at the Ravenclaw table when Harry spilt his tea while attempting to greet Cho.
1995-1996In 1995-1996 she joined Dumbledore's Army. She was often seen entering the Room of Requirement with other Ravenclaws including Cho and Luna, and was often seen practising with other DA members. After Umbridge raided the Room of Requirement, as punishment she wrote lines in the Great Hall with Umbridge's blood quill alongside fellow DA members. Despite being friends with Cho, she reacted coldly towards Cho after she exposed the DA to Umbridge, after Umbridge's punishment she awkwardly looked at Cho in entrance hall and scurried away with other Ravenclaws.
In 1998 she was part of the group of students who were hiding in the Room of Requirement. She participated in the Battle of Hogwarts, and was present when the Death Eaters arrived at the Viaduct Courtyard with Harry Potter's "corpse", and for Ginny Weasley's scream, which Arthur Weasley stopped.
She was skinny and taller than most girls. She had large ears and a large nose. Her hair was black, greasy and very curly and was usually tied in a tight pony, however in the last movie it was worn straight. She also appeared to be of african descent or mixed race.
Behind the scenes
- This girl was portrayed by Gemma Kayla in the second film adaption of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
- She is most likely Sue Li, Lisa Turpin or Mandy Brocklehurst.