'Evolution of Hotness' Chart Combines 'Harry Potter,' Sex Appeal and Math

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We here all heart "Harry Potter" like nobody's business, but have we ever wanted to quantitatively chart the level of love we have for each character and the actors who played them? Maaaaaaaaaaaaybe…

Point is now we don't have to, 'cause someone busted out their calculators/protractors/abacus and did the deed for us, sharing the results via Buzzfeed. How did each fare in their "Evolution of Hotness?"

Well, Snape and Voldemort remained steady in their level of attractiveness, which is lots and nil, respectively. Harry took a major downturn once he developed his "square-head" around "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," although his best pal Ron used his ginger powers to make big gains.

That happening hottie Hermione had her heat heightened after de-puffing her hair, while Neville Longbottom went from chunkstyle to GQ, exponentially increasing his swag. Perhaps the most controversial inclusion would be Cedric Diggory, who apparently went turncoat once he got all sparkly in "Twilight" and started making David Cronenberg movies. You can't win 'em all, RPatz!