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In what movie does Ron get Splinched?

  1. In what movie does Ron get Splinched?
  2. Where did Ron get Splinched?
  3. When Ron was Splinched What did Hermione use to fix him?

In what movie does Ron get Splinched?

The 22-year-old, who plays Ron Weasley, revealed even he was surprised by the gore in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1, which premiered last night. Ron even gets splinched - when a wizard vanishes and reappears - or appparates - incorrectly, leaving part of their body behind.

Where did Ron get Splinched?

Ron Weasley failed his Apparition test due to leaving half of an eyebrow behind. Having left school in his Seventh year without ever having passed the test, he was badly injured after splinching away part of his upper arm while escaping from the Ministry of Magic and Grimmauld Place in 1997.

When Ron was Splinched What did Hermione use to fix him?

Ron lost half his eyebrow when taking one of his Apparition tests (HBP22). Later when he, Harry and Hermione had to hurriedly disapparate from Grimmauld Place to escape the Death Eaters, Ron splinched, scooping off part of his arm causing loss of blood. Hermione treated the wound with Essence of Dittany (DH14).

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