|Hermione Jean Potter (née Granger)|
|Born:||September 19, 2362 (Terran equivalent)|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Dumbledore's Army, Order of the Phoenix, Gang of Five|
|Assignment(s):||Head of Ambassadorial Security|
|Stationed:||Hogwarts Embassy, Planet Earth (formerly USS Enterprise-A|
|Insignia:||when wearing 2278-2350 uniform:|
|Insignia:||when wearing 2373-present uniform:|
|Spouse(s):||Harold James "Harry" Potter|
|Children:||James Sirius Granger-Potter|
|Hermione attending the "Yule Ball" in her fourth year at Hogwarts School.|
Hermione Jean Potter (née Granger) was a member of a six-person contingent of people from planet Gamma Germanicus VII (a planet in the Gamma Quadrant) who helped to defend the galaxy from the combined forces of the Suliban and their ally, Voldemort. (Harry Potter and the Return of James T. Kirk)
Early history[edit | edit source]
Hermione first met best friends Harry Potter and future fiancee Ron Weasley while traveling to her first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in 1991 (GG7 dating). During that first year, Granger used her knowledge of the magical arts to cover her own insecurities. This led to a know-it-all attitude that almost alienated her from her fellow students.
Due to her "Mudblood" (non-magical or half-magical) parentage, Hermione found herself the victim of a number of Draco Malfoy-perpetrated hate crimes. These led to Hermione's developing a social conscience, which led to the creation of "S.P.E.W."-the Society for the Promotion of Elvish Welfare-during the 1994-95 term (GG7 dating)-which Ron would tease her about for years to come, even during their time on the USS Enterprise-A.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Romances[edit | edit source]
Hermione first caught the eye of Ron Weasley during the Triwizard Tournament of 1994 (GG7 dating). Hermione though that Ron would ask her to go with him to the Yule Ball. But one of the Triwizard competitors was the first to ask her, so Hermione accepted, just to spite Ron.
However, in the aftermath of the death of Hogwarts student Cedric Diggory during the tournament's Final Task, Ron and Hermione put aside their animosity and began their romance.
In the "Leaky Cauldron"-the Ten-Forward lounge on the USS Enterprise-A shortly after the Suliban assault on Earth and Vulcan, Ron proposed to Hermione. Hermione asked for some time to think about it, after which she officially accepted Ron's proposal.
Starfleet career[edit | edit source]
After Gamma Germanicus 7 (now named Hogwarts) was accepted into the Federation on Stardate 57988.4, the Aurors (Hogwarts' self-defense force), of which Hermione was a member, was absorbed into Starfleet.
Rear Admiral Kathryn Janeway, in light of Hermione's heroic actions during the Battle of Sagitarius IX, awarded a full Starfleet commission to Hermione with the rank of Lieutenant Commander and the post of Head of Ambassadorial Security to Hogwarts Ambassador to the Federation Harold James "Harry" Potter.
Hermione's first significant mission in her Starfleet career was to lead a security team assigned to escort temporally-displaced Klingon Commander Kruge back to Qo'noS. (Harry Potter and the Fountain of Possibilities: "The Fire Inside", "Strange Happenings")
It was as a result of this mission that Hermione would discover that Ron and sister Ginny Weasley had been plotting against her destined relationship with Harry as far back as her petrifaction during her second year. After being informed of the temporal divergence by agents of the Federation Department of Temporal Investigations, Hermione declared a blood oath against the Weasley family and any entities responsible, supported by Harry and Kruge.
After traveling back to that second year by the Guardian of Forever, Harry and Hermione formed a soul bond in the lobby of Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Due to the peculiar nature of the bond, the Harry and Hermione of the time they had traveled back to were also soul bound as well, leading to both Hermione being de-petrified and both Harry and Hermione to be marked as married in the eyes of wizarding society. (Harry Potter and the Fountain of Possibilities: "Right from Wrong," "Honor's Blood," "The Truth Comes Out")
It was eventually discovered by Harry, Hermione and Kruge that all the changes in history were caused by the infamous entity known only as Q. Having passed Q's newest test, Harry, Hermione and Kruge returned to the new present, where Hermione gave birth to a son, James Sirius Granger-Potter, on Stardate 59954. (Harry Potter and the Fountain of Possibilities: "A True Destiny")