“He beat you!” yelled Ron, and the charm broke, and the defenders of Hogwarts were shouting and screaming again until a second, more powerful bang extinguished their voices once more.
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Ch. 36 “The flaw in the plan”

Gentle reminder that Ron Weasley broke Voldemort’s powerful silencing charm even as he thought his best friend was dead.

Can we just talk about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 19: “The Silver Doe”?

Can we just talk about how one of Ron’s biggest fears was not being loved as much as his siblings and his best friend?

Can we just talk about how Ron was totally convinced that Harry and Hermione were together and got along just fine without him?

Can we just talk about how Ron cried after he smashed the locket that was showing him his biggest fears, which included seeing Hermione with Harry?

Can we just talk about how Harry talked him through it and assured him that he loved Hermione like a sister and nothing more?

Can we just talk about the fact that Harry told Ron that after he left, Hermione cried all the time and barely spoke at all?

The Silver Doe is such an important chapter and the movie did not do justice to it.