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|“|| You're well out of it, mate. I mean, she's quite good-looking and all that, but you want someone a bit more cheerful."|
"She's probably cheerful enough with someone else.
|~ Ron and Harry discussing Cho, and her emotional outlook.|
Cho Chang (born c. 1979) is a supporting protagonist in the Harry Potter series. She was a witch who attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1990 to 1997 and was sorted into Ravenclaw House. She was a Seeker for the Ravenclaw Quidditch team and a popular student. In Cho's fifth year, she began dating Cedric Diggory while he was a Champion in the Triwizard Tournament. Cedric became one of the first casualties of the Second Wizarding War, as he was murdered by Peter Pettigrew on the orders of Lord Voldemort in June 1995. His death greatly upset Cho and made her determined to fight against the recently returned Dark Lord.
In her sixth year, she joined Dumbledore's Army against her parents' wishes and began dating Harry Potter. However, Cho's best friend Marietta Edgecombe betrayed the D.A., and Cho and Harry's relationship fell apart. Cho remained loyal to her school and to the D.A., returning after she had graduated to participate in the Battle of Hogwarts. She survived the war and eventually married a Muggle.
Cho Chang is intelligent, pure, and sweet woman who stays loyal to her friends even a the hardest times, as shown when Marietta betrayed the D.A. In addition, Cho was known to suffer emotional confusion, as the death of Cedric hit her greatly, and she was confused with her relationship with Harry. Despite her good qualities, she was known to show jealousy, as she accused Hermione and Harry of having feelings for each other. Harry and Ron both described as being depressed and not all cheerful, this culminating in her wanting more questions about Cedric's death when dating Harry. Cedric's death had a great part in her emotional state afterward, as she would cry spells and often separated herself, even worrying about her position on the quidditch team.