Hermione Jean Granger (b. September 19th, 2392) was a human female, an English Muggle-born witch and the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granger, both dentists in London. Hermione grew up as a normal Muggle girl until, at age eleven, she learned that she was a witch and had been accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. She began attending the school on September 1st, 2404, where she was subsequently sorted into Gryffindor House, despite having the intelligence to be in Ravenclaw. She possessed a brilliant academic mind, with a great possibility of having a photographic memory, and proved to be a gifted student. She was very studious and bookish.
She and her friends and comrades had to endue many hardships over the years, from the Second Wizarding War, the Occupation of England and even the infamous Borg Invasion of Tiu'linkui Earth, she, none-the-less survived these events, scared but alive, she eventually served the Alliance of Civilizations during the Second Multiverse War and later served it's successor, the Multiversial Federation.
"Nobody in my family’s magic at all, it was ever such a surprise when I got my letter, but I was ever so pleased, of course, I mean, it’s the very best school of witchcraft there is, I’ve heard — I’ve learned all our course books by heart, of course, I just hope it will be enough —"
- — Hermione describing her Muggle heritage
Hermione was born to Mr. and Mrs Granger on 19 September 1979. She was their only child and, although they were "a bit bemused" by the oddities displayed by their daughter, they were known to be proud of her.
Upon turning eleven, Hermione was happily surprised to learn that she was a witch and was therefore invited to attend Hogwarts. She eagerly accepted and took to studying magic even before she began her first year at Hogwarts in the September of 1991, learning all the set spellbooks by heart and even managing to perform "a few spells" successfully. In addition to the texts set by the school, Hermione brought with her several other books for reference and to further her understanding of the wizarding world, to the point that she had looked at books and had more knowledge of the wizarding world than some of her pure-blood/half-blood classmates.
Hogwarts years (1991-1997)
Hermione enjoyed her years as a pupil at Hogwarts and took assignments, classes, and school rules very seriously. She was often described as brilliant, to the point of being said to be "the brightest witch of her age". Her favourite subject was initially Charms, and later Arithmancy. Given her keen mind, some students - such as Terry Boot - wondered why Hermione was Sorted into Gryffindor rather than Ravenclaw. She admitted that the Sorting Hat did consider putting her in Ravenclaw.
It is likely that the Sorting Hat ultimately put her in Gryffindor after stalling for about 4 minutes, because Hermione chose to be in it, just like Harry chose to not be in Slytherin. On the train she states that, "Gryffindor... sounds by far the best." She proved her rightful place in Gryffindor with her steadfast bravery and loyalty to her friends, Hogwarts, and Dumbledore's Army. After being Sorted into Gryffindor, Hermione shared a dormitory with Lavender Brown, Parvati Patil, Fay Dunbar and a ginger girl.
In spite of always wanting to follow the school rules, after Hermione became friends with Harry and Ron, she would disobey the rules along with them in order to successfully complete their group affairs. For example, she went with Ron and Harry into the third-floor corridor in their first year, which students were temporarily forbidden from entering, in order to save the Philosopher's Stone; she assisted in creating the Polyjuice Potion in their second year; and although Harry was the one who taught Dumbledore's Army in their fifth year, she was the one who came up with the idea.
Discovery of the Multiverse
After the Second Wizerding War had ended, Hermione had discovered there are many worlds with magic she was eager to explore and study them, with the extended lifespan to have plenty of time to explore the worlds of the Lo'vilz, Malica, Sizzx'ixi, and the Tiu'lo Universe for their main use of magic, learning about other forces such as the Entities such as the The Scholar thst wields knowledge of magic. Conducted her research if the connections between many races such as humans, Elves, Orcs, Dwarves and Goblins from many realities and learn they all have been seeded in several worlds like humans in the past. She approached the Warlocks of Duiz'zui Universe for their ability to use Light and how to help future wizards to fend off against the creatures like he Hive that practice in darkness if they ever come to invade her Earth.
News had spread to the Alliance of a remnant of the Borg that have somehow survived the destruction by the Replicators and the Multiverse War, discovered their intentions of reviving the Collective by invading her universe, using the knowledge she gained to defend her world against the cyborg threat form assimilating her people and her family. However to their surprise to find Combine Remnant have been sighted and fighting the Collective themselves when caught off guard. Gathering potential allies, both magic users, creatures of magic and Moggle-born humans to help fight back against the invaders while the two sides fight each other for her Earth and take advantage.
Second Multiverse War
Personality and td Traits
Hermione had light skin, bright brown eyes, lots of bushy brown hair (once described as a "long mane of brown hair"), and — as a child — rather large front teeth.She possessed a sort of bossy voice that would become slightly shrill when she was angry.
Hermione generally wore her school uniform under her robes. Otherwise, she dressed casually. She usually kept her hair long and sometimes tied it back in a plait. Hermione never gave much attention to her appearance, usually hiding her potential to be considered extremely pretty under her bushy hairstyle and a large pile of books, which she kept slung on her back.
However, in 1994, Madam Pomfrey magically shrunk her front teeth after she was accidentally struck with a Densaugeo spell, and told Hermione to alert her when her teeth had returned to their original size. Hermione deviously let the spell continue a little longer, making it unnecessary for her to receive the braces her parents - both dentists - had originally intended for her.
During the Yule Ball, Hermione revealed that when she put her mind to it, she could look truly beautiful - she used Sleekeazy's Hair Potion to fix her hair, making it sleek and shiny, and twisted up into an elegant knot at the back of her head. She wore robes made of a floaty, periwinkle-blue material, and she held herself differently. Harry himself failed to recognise her initially, and was shocked when he did, for she didn't look at all like her usual self. Even Pansy Parkinson gaped at Hermione when she saw her, and Draco seemed unable to find an insult to throw at her. A similar transformation was seen during the wedding of Bill and Fleur - her hair was again "sleek and shiny", and she wore a floaty, lilac-coloured dress with matching high heels.
Hermione was noted for being both extremely intellectual curious and very hard-working, coming out on top in most of her classes and continuously aiding Harry and Ron in their adventures. She was so studious that the Ministry allowed her a Time-Turner in her third year, a device that rewinds time so that she could take extra courses.Because of her efficiency and compassion, Hermione often had time to do hobby work on the side, such as preparing a defence for Buckbeak to save him from execution and creating S.P.E.W., an organisation promoting the freedom of house-elves. Such acts demonstrated her social conscience and tenacity.
Unlike most wizards who depended solely on their magical ability, Hermione readily relied on logic, which often helped her to cleverly deduce information that many others missed, such as Remus Lupin's lycanthropy. However, her emphasis on logic made her sceptical about accepting anything without proof, as opposed to Harry who would come to intuitive conclusions, such as completely dismissing the idea of the Deathly Hallows, refusing to believe in them without physical evidence. Hermione's logic had limits, putting her beliefs before all else at the same time in a way that made her ignore reality when it contradicted what she believed, no matter how strong or overwhelming the evidence was. An example of this was the reality of the house-elves, insisting that they wanted to be free, had wages and only seemed happy because they were under educated and brainwashed, even though her friends and the elves themselves told her they were happy and didn't want her help because they don't usually think the way humans do.
Hermione was quite blunt with her opinions, sometimes to the point of being tactless. For example, her attempt to comfort Lavender Brown about the death of her rabbit did not go over well, and her honesty when dealing with centaurs in 1996 nearly landed her and Harry in serious trouble. Despite this, Hermione was generally sensitive to others' emotions and would lie when she had to, though she wasn't a skilled liar. She also gave her friends advice rather often, such as in trying to make Harry understand Cho Chang's behaviour on their date, and in helping Ginny deal with her crush on Harry. These actions once prompted Ron to advise her to write a book to translate all the "mad things" girls do so that boys could understand them.
Hermione was very responsible, a strict perfectionist and well put-together who often attempted to act as the voice of reason among her more impulsive friends, to varying levels of success. These traits led to her being made a prefect during her fifth year. Throughout her entire school career, Hermione was insistent on order and steadfastly devoted to the rules, often at the expense of her popularity. Her sense of humour was limited, frequently expressing disapproval over Fred and George's practical jokes and threatened to put them in detention for selling prank items in the common room.
- "P-P-Professor McGonagall! Sh-she said I'd failed everything!"
- — Hermione facing her Boggart, showing her fear of failure.
Hermione was very determined and focused, in that she "always [kept] her attention focused on the job that must be done." Her refusal to break under torture shows her strength of willpower. She wasn't afraid to stand up to her friends when she thought it was in their best interests, or when she felt they were wrong; risking to anger Harry by getting his Firebolt confiscated because she feared it might be jinxed, and arguing with both him and Ginny over his use of the shady Half Blood Prince's textbook. In spite of her strait-laced disposition, she wasn't above using coercion and threats to get what she wanted, achieve results or protect herself and those she cared about in the long run. This is evidenced by her blackmailing Rita Skeeter into writing a good article about Harry, as well as slapping Draco Malfoy when he insulted Hagrid and drawing her wand on him, using a Confundus Charm on Cormac McLaggen for insulting her friends and placing a jinx on the list of DA members that would cause them to sprout boils all over their face in the word "SNEAK" if they betrayed the organisation. Malfoy, Rita Skeeter and Marietta Edgecombe all served as examples of what could result if they pushed the most talented witch of her generation one inch too far.
- Hermione: "I'm hunted quite as much as any goblin or elf, Griphook! I'm a Mudblood!"
- Ron Weasley : "Don't call yourself —"
- Hermione: "Why shouldn't I? I am a Mudblood, and proud of it!"
- — Hermione expressing pride at being a Muggle-born
Because of her opinionated, interfering nature, Hermione had the reputation for being a bossy know-it-all. Her sometimes abrasive attitude masked deep insecurities and fear of failure, as personified by her Boggart. She felt the need to prove herself, perhaps partly because of how many people in wizarding society looked down on Muggle-borns. However, she didn't let anyone bully her about this and ignored bigots like Draco Malfoy. Despite her growing confidence in her abilities, Hermione wasn't arrogant or conceited, and helped her classmates with their schoolwork whenever she could. In her fifth year, she also became one of the few people to call Voldemort by name.
Though she initially showed a tendency toward mild panic in sudden situations, in time she was able to overcome this trait of hers, and demonstrated her bravery and extreme loyalty to her friends many times when facing danger, risking her life frequently to help them and standing by Harry even when no one else did. Although she wasn't as short-tempered as her friends, Hermione displayed a formidable fury on several occasions, such as slapping Draco Malfoy in defence of Hagrid, sabotaging Cormac McLaggen's tryout as a Keeper for the Gryffindor Quidditch team after he insulted Ron and Ginny, conjuring a flock of canaries to attack Ron in their sixth year and physically attacking him when he briefly abandoned her and Harry during their hunt for Horcruxes. She also tended to be rather argumentative, a trait most evident in her interactions with Ron.