The Harry Potter series had a lot of fancy characters, with a unique and latching characteristic feature. Now fans may always argue about who’s the best character in the series; we are going to prove why Professor McGonagall is the best character, and that too 15 times. By the time you reach the end, I am sure who’ll agree with me that Professor McGonagall is the best character in the Harry Potter series.
1. Her transfiguration was spot-on. Her not-so-harmful threats were scary enough for the first years. This dialogue definitely made an impression on our minds.
2. We all felt bad for poor Harry in the first part. But he was never alone and people like Minerva McGonagall were there to remind him of that.
3. When we first saw Dolores Umbridge in Harry Potter And The Order Of Phoenix, we hated her from the core. But despite her being in a powerful position, McGonagall shows her place.
4. She was brutally honest, always. Even when she saw the trio was common during every accident and even when she knew those were mere coincidences.
5. Poor Harry, he didn’t see this coming.
6. The way she felt protective towards Harry in Goblet Of Fire and was the only one talking sense.
7. As always, I thought Harry was going to get scolded for the way he behaved with Umbridge, but, instead, she offered him biscuits.
8. She was always in a position of authority and she reminded everyone of it.
9. She was a very strict teacher and always wanted her students to be on time. She didn’t tolerate any excuse for that.
10 As I said, brutally honest! It didn’t matter if it was Umbridge, she always spoke what she thought. And that made her a badass.
11. When it comes to being attentive in any of her classes, you always have to be. Or else you’ll have to learn it the hard way, just like Ron did.
12. When Snape left Hogwarts, McGonagall quickly took charge and you knew that she’s the boss.
She’s fearless, powerful, fierce, and yet such a warm person that she can be your guardian angel. And without a doubt the best character in the series. What do you think? Tell us.