Dobby was who I cried over the most, which is sad in a pathetic sort of way because you would think that the human characters are who I should would have the most sympathy for, but yes. And while Fred's death was sad, his was, really, the "whatever" death, for me. Again, I know that is terrible, but it's true.
I didnt cry but Snape's death brought a tear to my eye. He is one of the best darkest characters in the series, then for his death to happen it was a brilliant twist. Then to read about all of his love for Lily and loyalty made his death the most emotional and intensive. Other characters didnt have their deaths described with the emotion unlike Snape's. Alan Rickman played the scene brilliantly in the films as well. Such a good character
In the books Remus and Tonk made me cry the most.
I went to the midnight premiere of the last movie (of course!) and I started crying as soon as the WB logo was on the screen. No joke. I had steady tear-flow through the entire movie. My 3D Potter-style glasses are still tear stained. But I started really crying when McGonagall called the statues down. And it just got worse from there. I'm pretty sure I started whining right around the time it showed Fred dead. I grabbed my best friend's hand when I saw Remus and Tonks. Then we hugged and cried all over each other when Snape died and all the way through the Pensieve scene.
I'm a big baby...
I was definitely saddest for Dobby. He was my favourite character in the entire series.
That book was just full of tears for me! It started with Hedwig.. I'm the kind of person that can't handle the thought of animals getting hurt.. but I think overall it would have to have been Fred! Just because we thought we had lost George at the start and I was so happy when he survived that when Fred died I was heartbroken! The idea of losing a twin is terrible especially after Fred and George were the comic relief throughout the series!
I cried most for Ron. I know, it's weird, but with the horcrux, I got teary-eyed, and when he left my throat got really tight and when he got really emotional over Fred's death (which I sobbed at, BTW) I started crying as well. )':
Fred! After that Lupid, then Hedwig. Mostly I cried tears of joy when Colin died...clearly kidding, or am i?
I hardly ever cry when I'm reading, but the one spot in Deathly Hallows that made me tear up was Dobby's death. It wasn't even the death that made me cry, it was the gravestone, "Here lies Dobby, a free elf," that got me. I don't know what it was about that, but I had to put the book down for a good half an hour so I could clear the tears from my eyes and see again.
I am not a crier when it comes to human death (but if it's the dog I'll bawl my eyes out). That said, the part with Snape was so so emotional... I just... I mean... I cried. And it wasn't like a few tears crying. No. I was blubbering. God! So embarrassing. I'm glad I was at home when I read that chapter. I still cry a little when I reread it.
I cried at *spoilers!* Harry's death. Not because it was final, but because of the exchange between him and Dumbledore and the veil of endless questions being finally lifted. I've always thought that when you die, all of life's questions are answered, and reading about it made me feel so much better.
I also cried when Fred and Snape died. I was shocked over Remus's death, but not depressed.
I cried most at fred's death, that is not to say I did cry at others which I did but fred's effected me the most and I still can be found sobbing about it to this day. This is probably because I am a twin and was always fred and my sister george. I am also from a reasonable large family (one of four kids) so seeing the family's reaction to fred's death effected me alot because it could be my family.