JK Rowling told of the death of a character from the “Harry Potter” sincerely regrets

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“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” has left many fans devastated over the deaths of favorite characters

Recently, the author of the book series, Rowling said that especially regret the death of one of them. To the surprise of fans, it was not Professor Snape, Fred Weasley, or elf Dobby, and the minor character who only briefly appeared in films.

On the Pottermore website, Rowling wrote that of all those killed by her characters most of all sorry about the death of Floreana Fortescue – owner of an ice cream parlor in Diagon alley. In the opinion of the writer, the death of the other characters were justified by the plot, and the ice cream man was killed because she simply painted themselves into a corner. “I originally planned that Floreana is a unique source of clues for Harry in unraveling the mysteries of the Deathly Hallows. That’s why I’m so early they were introduced. But later I decided that the role of the conductor is better suited Phineas black. And I think I killed Floreana for no reason. He’s not the first, who was killed Volan de mort, but the one whose death I feel guilty because it was all my fault,” admitted Rowling

Portal Pottermore, the writer publishes additional information about the characters, the history of the Wizarding world and other interesting additions to the original series of books. But she never explained what was justified by the death of heroes such as Fred, Dobby, Lupin, Tonks and others.

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