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Fred Weasley
Biographical information
Born

1 April, 1978

Died

2 May, 1998 (aged 20)
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Blood status

Pure-blood

Marital status

Single

Also known as
Title(s)

Beater

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Hair colour

Red

Eye colour

Brown

Family information
Family members
Magical characteristics
Boggart

Lord Voldemort [2]

Wand

15"

Affiliation
Occupation

Co-owner of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes

House

Gryffindor

Loyalty
"The thing about growing up with Fred and George, is that you sort of start thinking anything's possible if you've got enough nerve."
Ginny Weasley[src]

Fred Weasley I (1 April 1978 - 2 May 1998) was a pure-blood wizard, a son of Molly and Arthur Weasley, brother to Bill, Charlie, Percy, Ron and Ginny Weasley, and twin brother to George Weasley. He was a toddler during the height of the First Wizarding War and was three when Lord Voldemort fell for the first time. He attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1989 to 1996 and was sorted into Gryffindor house. Both he and his twin brother were popular students, known for their sense of humour, and Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. In their seventh year, they joined Dumbledore's Army. A brilliant prankster and inventor, Fred left Hogwarts shortly prior to graduation to become a successful entrepreneur, alongside his twin brother, and opened the joke shop Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes in Diagon Alley. Fred was also a member of the Order of the Phoenix; he fought in the Battle over Little Whinging in 1997 and was a commentator for Potterwatch during the height of the Second Wizarding War. In 1998, Fred participated in the Battle of Hogwarts, defending the castle's passageways with his twin. While fighting alongside his brother, Percy, he was killed in an explosion possibly caused by Death Eater Augustus Rookwood.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

"If you must know, when I was three, Fred turned my — my teddy bear into a great big filthy spider because I broke his toy broomstick..."
Ron Weasley explaining the origin of his arachnophobia[src]

Fred Weasley, along with his identical twin George, was born to Arthur and Molly Weasley on 1 April, 1978; appropriately enough, April Fool's Day.[3] He was raised at his family home of the Burrow, near Ottery St. Catchpole in Devon, England. In addition to his twin brother, Fred had three older brothers, Bill, Charlie and Percy, and two younger siblings, Ron and Ginny. The Weasley family was poor, but loving.

Fred and George enjoyed making mischief from a young age, and were quite a handful for their parents. It was not uncommon for explosions to be heard coming from the bedroom the two shared. They also greatly enjoyed teasing their brothers Percy and Ron. At the age of five, Fred transformed Ron's teddy bear into a giant spider, sparking his arachnophobia, after Ron broke his toy broomstick. Also around that age, he gave Ron an Acid Pop, which burnt a hole through his tongue.[4] When they were seven years old, Fred and George nearly succeeded in getting Ron to make an Unbreakable Vow; their father was so angry that Fred later said "his left buttock has never been the same since."[5] One Christmas, Fred and George set off a Dungbomb under the chair of their great-aunt Muriel during a family dinner. The elderly witch most likely wrote the twins out of her will for this stunt, and stopped attending Christmas celebrations at the Burrow, for which all the Weasley children were thankful. [6]

Hogwarts yearsEdit

Early yearsEdit

"...Fred and George mess around a lot, but they still get really good marks and everyone thinks they're really funny..."
Ron Weasley on Fred and George's performance at school[src]
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Fred was educated at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1989 to 1996, and was sorted into Gryffindor House. He was very popular among the Gryffindors in school, and he and George were well-known for their senses of humour and pranks. The twins even set up their own joke shop in the disused bathroom on the seventh floor. Among Fred's many friends were Lee Jordan, Angelina Johnson, Alicia Spinnet, Oliver Wood, and Katie Bell. During their first year at Hogwarts, Fred and George swiped the Marauder's Map from Argus Filch's office.[7]

In their second year , Fred and George became Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. They both used Cleansweep Five broomsticks and were so skilled at Quidditch that they were both described as being like "human Bludgers"[8].

It was noted by Ron Weasley on the Hogwarts Express that Fred and George achieved "brilliant grades", at least in their early years.[8].

Third yearEdit

Molly: "Fred, you next."
Fred: "I'm not Fred, I'm George. Honestly, woman, you call yourself our mother? Can't you tell I'm George?"
Molly: "Sorry, George, dear."
Fred: "Only joking, I am Fred."
— Fred and his mother at King's Cross Station before his third year[src]

Fred also became friends with Harry Potter in his third year, when Harry became friends with his younger brother Ron and the Quidditch team's Seeker. Fred and the other players believed that the addition of Harry would strengthen their chances at winning the Quidditch Cup. Around the Christmas holidays, Fred and George got in trouble for bewitching several snowballs to follow Professor Quirrell around and hit him in the back of the head. They stayed in the castle for the holidays along with their brothers and Harry, all of whom received jumpers from Mrs. Weasley. The ones she sent to Fred and George had their initials on them, prompting them to call themselves "Gred and Forge". The twins also dragged Percy away from his fellow Prefects, insisting that Christmas was time for family, and stole his Prefect badge, much to his irritation.[8]

Fourth yearEdit

"Someone's - tampered - with - this - Bludger -"
—Fred while beating the Rogue Bludger away from Harry.[src]
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In the summer of 1992, Fred, George, and Ron rescued Harry from his relatives' home, pulling the bars off his window and flying him to the Burrow in their father's Ford Anglia. The twins soon began their fourth year at Hogwarts, and took to teasing their younger sister Ginny as she began her first year. They were trying to cheer her up, unaware that her emotional state was fragile due to the influence of Tom Riddle's Diary. When many students speculated that Harry was the Heir of Slytherin that year, neither Fred nor George took it seriously, making jokes about it to lighten Harry up. They were also outraged when Draco Malfoy called Hermione Granger a "filthy little Mudblood" after she implied that Malfoy had bought his way onto the Slytherin Quidditch team, unlike the Gryffindor players. Fred and George both lunged at Malfoy, only to be blocked by Marcus Flint. That year, they were also delighted to hear that Percy had a secret girlfriend because it was an opportunity to tease him.[4]

In the summer of 1993, the Weasley family went to Egypt, where Fred and George attempted to lock Percy into a pyramid, which their mother prevented and scolded them for. They thought their older brother was acting particularly pretentious because he had been appointed Head Boy, and repeatedly mocked him for it.[7]

Fifth yearEdit

Oliver Wood: "We've got two unbeatable Beaters."
Fred and George: "Stop it Oliver, you're embarrassing us."
— Fred and George pretending to be embarrassed at Oliver Wood's praise[src]

In their fifth year, Fred and George gave Harry the Marauder's Map, as they already knew it by heart and Harry needed it in order to sneak into Hogsmeade. They also tried to cheer him up after he fainted near the Dementors that were guarding the school that year due to Sirius Black escaping from Azkaban. Their attempt to cheer up Ron after his pet rat Scabbers went missing was not as successful, as Fred and George reminded him that Scabbers was boring.[7] They also moved their joke shop to the disused bathroom on the sixth floor.

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Fred and George began inventing magical prank items the summer of 1994, starting with the Ton-Tongue Toffee, which Fred "dropped" near Harry's cousin Dudley Dursley in order to test it out. This was very successfull. Fred also attended the Quidditch World Cup with his parents, siblings, Harry Potter, and Hermione Granger, and gambled all of his money on the outcome, which their father told them not to mention to their mother. They did. She was very mad. When Ludo Bagman defaulted on his bet, Fred was furious, and suggested that it was "time to play dirty" like Bagman by informing the Ministry of Magic of his activities. George was against the idea, arguing that it was blackmail.

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Sixth yearEdit

The twins began trying out and selling their products, such as Canary Creams, at Hogwarts as their sixth year began. That [1995] year, Hogwarts also hosted the Triwizard Tournament. Despite being under-age, Fred and George wanted to put their names in the Goblet of Fire, and used an Ageing Potion in an attempt to fool the Age Line Spell, without success. When the Yule Ball was announced, Fred asked Angelina Johnson to attend with him, declaring it a "piece of cake" to ask a girl out. At the end of the school year, Fred and George were surprised and very grateful when Harry gave them the one thousand Galleons he won in the Triwizard Tournament in order for them to start their joke shop.[9]

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Seventh year and rebellionEdit

Fred: "That's not what he said."
George: "Would you like us to clean out your ears for you?"
Fred: "Or any part of your body, really, we're not fussy where we stick this."
— Fred and George shut up Zacharias Smith by threatening him with a lethal-looking metal instrument[src]

In the summer of 1995, before their final year at Hogwarts, Fred and George passed their Apparition tests "with distinction," and took to Apparating and Disapparating around 12 Grimmauld Place to surprise people. They helped clean up the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix, but they also pocketed Doxies from behind the curtains for their experiments and spied on the Order's meetings using the Extendable Ears they invented.

Fred and George resumed testing and selling their products at Hogwarts in their seventh year, though Hermione Granger managed to prevent them from testing out Skiving Snackboxes on unsuspecting first years by threatening to tell their mother.The twins also joined Dumbledore's Army to oppose the dictatorial running of Hogwarts under High Inquisitor Dolores Umbridge and to prepare to fight Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters. Umbridge kicked them both off the Quidditch team that year after George and Harry got into a fight with Draco Malfoy after he penned the demeaning song Weasley is Our King to humiliate Ron and then proceeded to insult the Weasley parents and the late Lily Potter. Fred would have participated in the fight, but was held back by three of his team-mates. The Weasleys suffered a near-devastating blow that Christmas when Arthur Weasley was bitten by Nagini, Lord Voldemort's snake familiar. Fred was greatly upset by his father's injury, especially since Percy did not join his family at St Mungo's, continuing his estrangement.

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George: "Well, now —"
Fred: "—what with Dumbledore gone —"
George: " — we reckon a bit of mayhem—"
Fred: " — is exactly what our dear new Head deserves."
— Fred and George begin their final rebellion[src]

When the D.A. was discovered later in the school year, Albus Dumbledore took the blame and left Hogwarts, leaving Umbridge as Headmistress. Fred and George decided that they no longer cared about getting into trouble, and that they were going to cause as much mayhem for Umbridge as possible. When the Inquisitorial Squad was formed and one member, Graham Montague, attempted to dock House Points from them, Fred and George shoved him head-first into a Vanishing Cabinet before he could finish speaking. They set off spectacular fireworks of their own creation, Weasleys' Wildfire Whiz-bangs, which soon became best-selling products. After taking their disruptive activities easy during the Easter holidays, Fred dropped out of Hogwarts with George in a final act of rebellion against Umbridge. They left in a flourish of vandalism, chaos, and hexing members of the Inquisitorial Squad. A small part of a Portable Swamp created in the corridors by the twins was preserved by Professor Flitwick, as he saw it as a "really good bit of magic".[10]

Career as a shop proprietorEdit

Beginning of Weasleys' Wizarding WheezesEdit

Umbridge: "You two are about to learn what happens to wrong-doers in my school."
Fred: "You know what? I don't think we are. George, I think we've outgrown full-time education... Time to test our talents in the real world, d'you reckon?"
George: "Definitely."
— The twins departing Hogwarts to open Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes[src]
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Initially, Fred and George's ambitions to open a joke shop came as a disappointment to their parents, who had hoped they would seek employment with the Ministry of Magic like their father.[11] However, the spectacular success of the twins' business, Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, located at 93 Diagon Alley, immensely impressed his parents and made them proud [12]. What had started out as a mail-order experiment in entrepreneurship sky-rocketed into a very lucrative undertaking. In fact, it was so successful that in 1996, the twins had moved out of their childhood home and into a flat above the store; later, the twins considered buying Zonko's Joke Shop in Hogsmeade, which had closed the previous year.[5]

Success as a businessmanEdit

Fred: "You don't pay here."
Harry: "But-"
George: "You gave us our start up loan, we haven't forgotten. Take whatever you like, and just remember to tell people where you got it, if they ask."
Harry, Fred and George arguing at Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes

None of this might have been possible without the funding Harry Potter had given them in 1995[9]. For Harry's generosity, the twins allowed him to take any merchandise free of charge. In the summer of 1996, Harry, Ron and Hermione Granger visited the shop and Fred showed Harry around. He also offered Hermione a Patented Daydream Charm for free after she called them "extraordinary magic", but still charged Ron for his purchases. Fred and George also questioned Ginny on her love life, much to her irritation. That Christmas, the twins stayed at the Burrow for the holidays. When Percy arrived with Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour and it became clear that the two had only come so that the Minister could question Harry, Fred threw mashed parsnips at his older brother, along with George and Ginny, causing Percy to leave swiftly.[5] In 1996, Fred appeared at King's Cross Station wearing a dragon-skin coat. These are very expensive and Fred was only able to buy it due to the fact that, "business was booming."

George: "I wish old Uncle Bilius was still with us, though; he was a right laugh at weddings..."
Fred: "...before he went loopy he was the life and soul of the party. He used to down an entire bottle of firewhiskey, then run onto the dance floor, hoist up his robes, and start pulling bunches of flowers out of his –"
Hermione: "Yes, he sounds a real charmer."
— Fred, George and Hermione at Bill and Fleur's wedding[src]

Battle over Little WhingingEdit

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Fred Weasley was a strong supporter of Albus Dumbledore, and joined the Order of the Phoenix as soon as his parents would allow him. In the summer of 1997, Fred and George took part in the Battle over Little Whinging, becoming two of the "seven Potters" to act as decoys while the Order removed Harry from 4 Privet Drive. Fred flew with his father on a broomstick, and was upset to learn that his twin lost an ear due to a Sectumsempra curse at the hands of Severus Snape during the battle. Although initially panicked to the point of being speechless when he saw his twin's loss, as soon as George started joking about it, Fred calmed down.

Wedding of Bill and FleurEdit

That same summer, Fred and George eagerly flirted with two "pretty French girls" who came to the Burrow to attend their brother Bill's wedding to Fleur Delacour. He also reminisced about his late uncle Bilius, to the entertainment of George, Ron, Harry, and Hermione.[6]

PotterwatchEdit

"Point is, people, don’t get lulled into a false sense of security, thinking he’s out of the country. Maybe he is, maybe he isn’t, but the fact remains he can move faster than Severus Snape confronted with shampoo when he wants to, so don’t count on him being a long way away if you’re planning to take any risks. I never thought I’d hear myself say it, but safety first!"
—Fred reporting on Voldemort's movements on Potterwatch[src]

When the war reached its worst point in late 1997 and 1998, Fred participated under the code names "Rodent" and "Rapier" in Potterwatch, a radio program hosted by his friend Lee that opposed Voldemort's reign of terror. They spread the truth about the Death Eater regime that was not being reported by the Daily Prophet or other news outlets, and encouraged the public to support Harry and to protect Muggles who were falling victim to the Death Eaters.[6]

Battle of Hogwarts and deathEdit

Percy: "Hello, Minister! Did I mention I’m resigning?"
Fred: "You're joking, Perce! You actually are joking.... I don’t think I’ve heard you joke since you were –"
— Fred Weasley's last words[src]
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Fred, along with his family and friends, returned to Hogwarts in the spring to participate in the final battle. He and George were assigned to defend the castle's secret passages by Kingsley Shacklebolt. When the Death Eaters forced their way inside, Fred fought next to his brother Percy, who had recently been reconciled with the family and combated his former boss, Imperiused Minister for Magic Pius Thicknesse. Fred was killed in an explosion possibly caused by Augustus Rookwood. One of the last things Fred heard before dying was Percy joking about resigning from the Ministry . His corpse was later moved to the Great Hall.

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Post-mortemEdit

His whole family, as well as Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, were devastated when Fred died. His death was avenged when Rookwood was defeated by Aberforth Dumbledore, and was presumably sent to Azkaban.[6] His twin brother George later had a son whom he named in honour of his lost brother.[13] Though presumably, because of his death, his brother George was never the same again.

Physical descriptionEdit

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Fred and George: "Wow – we’re identical!"
Fred: "I dunno, though, I think I’m still better-looking."
— Fred and George after taking Polyjuice Potion to look like Harry Potter[src]

Fred, similar to all the Weasley children, had a head of flaming-red hair and abundant freckles. He had a shorter and stockier build, like his brothers George and Charlie, rather than a tall, thin build like his brothers Bill, Percy and Ron[8]. However, Fred was taller than Harry Potter, and thus was still above average height[14].

Personality and traitsEdit

Arthur Weasley: "That wasn't funny, Fred! What on earth did you give that Muggle boy?"
Fred: "I didn't give him anything. I just dropped it...it was his fault he went and ate it, I never told him to."
George: "How big did his tongue get?"
— Fred and George talking to their father after pranking Dudley Dursley[src]

Fred Weasley was the more outgoing, daring, and sarcastic of the twins. During the rescue from the Dursleys in 1992, George picked the lock on Harry's bedroom door with a hairpin, while Fred insisted Muggle tricks were important to know, even if it was "a bit slow"[4]. Fred also "dropped" a Ton-Tongue Toffee for Dudley Dursley to find and eat. Fred also concocted the scheme of trying to fool Albus Dumbledore's Age Line to get into the Triwizard Tournament, though it was unsuccessful, and was in favour of blackmailing Ludo Bagman after he defaulted on a bet, while George had reservations.[9] Fred tended to be somewhat funnier than George, and to take the ringleader role in their pranks, but was also crueller in his humour or in dealing with those he disliked[15]; for example, he and George had absolutely no compunction in forcing Graham Montague into a Vanishing Cabinet, an act which nearly killed him, according to Draco Malfoy. Fred could be quite callous in dealing with the victims of his pranks, particularly his older brother Percy, but was more compassionate when he did not feel that the victim deserved it; for instance, he immediately provided Hermione Granger with Bruise Removal Paste after she was accidentally given a black eye by the twins' Punching telescope[5]. Fred was also the first to forgive Percy when he reconciled with the family[6].

Both he and George were renowned for their senses of humour; they were able to make people laugh and relax even in very trying times. Neither Fred nor George took school very seriously, but they were both talented wizards, and demonstrated their ingenuity in their inventions and their business sense in running a highly lucrative shop. They were also staunchly loyal to their loved ones and very brave, having been sorted into Gryffindor and unafraid to stand up against what they thought was wrong, whether it was Dolores Umbridge's tyranny at Hogwarts or Death Eaters.

Magical abilities and skillsEdit

"E for Exceeds Expectations. And I've always thought Fred and I should've got E in everything, because we exceeded expectations just by turning up for the exams."
—George Weasley[src]

Although not a high achiever academically, Fred was a very clever, talented, and creative wizard as he and his brother were extremely skilled at charming and bewitching items. Harry Potter once expressed bewilderment as to how he and George received only three O.W.L.s each, remarking that they "really know their stuff"[10]. When the twins turned seventeen, they were able to use magic outside of Hogwarts, and took full advantage of this. They did everything by magic and frequently Apparated around 12 Grimmauld Place and the Burrow, much to their mother's irritation.

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"We've got two unbeatable Beaters."
Oliver Wood on Fred and George[src]
  • Skilled flyer: Fred was a highly talented Beater for the Gryffindor Quidditch team since his second year. Oliver Wood described Fred and George as "unbeatable"[9] and Harry Potter thought that they flew like two "human Bludgers"[8]. Thus, Fred was an excellent flyer and also had highly precise aim, as proven in 1992, when he smashes a Bludger with exceptional aim towards Draco Malfoy, even though Malfoy had the fastest broom of the moment, and Fred only a Cleansweep Five. In fact, he only missed because of Dobby the House-elf's intervention. After the twins left Hogwarts, Harry lamented that he was never able to find replacements as talented as they were for the team[5]. He also showed highly skilled control of a broomstick when escaping Hogwarts in 1995.
"...it was a good bit of magic."
Filius Flitwick on the twins' Portable Swamp[src]
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"How do those hats work then? I mean, obviously it's some kind of Invisibility Spell, but it's rather clever to have extended the field of invisibility beyond the boundaries of the charmed object..."
Hermione Granger's interest in Fred and George's Headless Hats[src]
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"Ron threw the sprouts knife at Fred, who turned it into a paper plane with one lazy flick of his wand..."
—Fred non-verbally turning Ron's sprout knife into a paper plane[src]
  • Non-verbal Magic: Fred was highly skilled at Nonverbal spells, indicating a high degree of talent and discipline with magic. He once transfigured a sprout knife Ron threw at him into a paper aeroplane with nothing more than "one lazy flick of his wand"[5].
"...Fred and George mess around a lot, but they still get really good marks and everyone thinks they're really funny..."
Ron Weasley on Fred and George's performance at school[src]
"You wouldn't believe how many people, even people who work at the Ministry, can't do a decent Shield Charm... And then we thought we'd get into the whole area of Defence Against the Dark Arts, because it's such a money spinner."
—Fred and George's success in their Defence Against the Dark Arts products[src]
"– or we can ask Fred and George, they know every secret passage out of the castle –"
Ron Weasley[src]
  • Hogwarts secret passageways expert: Ever since Fred swiped the Marauder's Map from Argus Filch's office with George,[7] they had a great knowledge of all of Hogwarts grounds including the secret passageways. Fred even once commented that the Map had taught him more at school than the professors had. The twins' knowledge of the grounds were second only to the Marauders. They seemed to have memorized the Map entirely, as they gave it to Harry in his third year and still remembered everything. This knowledge allowed Fred to tell Hermione Granger where the Hogwarts kitchens were[9], and for him and George to lead the defence of the school's secret passages during the Battle of Hogwarts[6].
Ron Weasley: "It would have taken you about thirty seconds longer to walk down the stairs."
Fred Weasley: "Time is Galleons, little brother."
— Ron and Fred after the latter passed his Apparition test[src]
  • Apparition: Fred and George managed to pass their Apparition tests sometime prior to their final year in Hogwarts, apparently "with distinction". To celebrate their coming of age of being allowed to use magic outside of school, as well as making travelling a close distance easier, they both took to Apparating as often as possible, even over very short distances.[10]
"A lot of wizards think it's a waste of time, knowing this sort of Muggle trick, but we feel they're skills worth learning, even if they are a bit slow."
—Fred on how useful Muggle tricks can be.[src]
  • Muggle tricks: Despite being pure-bloods and raised entirely in the wizarding world, Fred and George recognised the usefulness of certain Muggle abilities, and mastered several skills that they found amusing or useful, such as lock-picking[4]. As such, they launched a line of Muggle tricks in their shop, "for freaks like Dad", according to Fred, even though it was not much of a seller[5]. This may have been influenced by their father, Arthur Weasley, who also was interested in Muggles. This also demonstrates Fred and George's ingenuity, as not many people born into the magical world are familiar with Muggle devices or skills.
  • Skilled duellist: Fred was a skilled duellist even thought he only fought in, Battle over Little Whinging and The Battle of Hogwarts. He survived the Battle over Little Whinging uninjured, and defeated many Death Eaters prior to his death in the Battle of Hogwarts.

PossessionsEdit

WandEdit

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At 15 inches long, Fred Weasley's wand had been bought in 1989, if it was bought when he was eleven. Although it was most likely bought second-hand like many of the Weasley Family's possessions, the wood and core of Fred Weasley's wand is unknown. It is probable that the wand is most suitable for Transfiguration, due to Fred's talents and choice of subjects.

The Marauder's MapEdit

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"This little beauty's taught us more than all the teachers in this school."
—Fred on the Marauder's Map[src]

Along with George, Fred "nicked" the Marauder's Map from a drawer in Filch's office, during their first year.[7] Sometime between then and 1993, he and George figured out how to unlock and erase the Map.[7] He used the map ever since until 1993, he gave the map to Harry Potter in order for him to sneak into Hogsmeade.[7]

Cleansweep FivesEdit

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Fred and his twin each flew on a Cleansweep Five when they played as Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.[19] Their use of such outdated broomsticks was likely due to their family's financial problems.[19] Despite this, the twins are still very skilled in flying and as Beaters.[8]Draco Malfoy, "who could always afford the best," insulted Fred and George's vintage brooms by saying that a museum would bid for them.[19] Their brooms, along with Harry Potter's, were confiscated by Dolores Umbridge when they assaulted Malfoy for insulting their families.[20] After the twins released a Portable Swamp in defiance to the woman, they used a Summoning Charm to retrieve their brooms from her office, and used them to fly out of Hogwarts as a final act of rebellion.[20] The broomsticks created two rather large holes in Umbridge's door.[20]

Prank and joke itemsEdit

Including the items that he had already made, Fred owns a large collection of joke items that he had bought from Zonko's Joke Shop to help with their own development and enjoyment for pranks.[8] These include Dungbombs, Dr. Filibuster's Fabulous Wet-Start, No-Heat Fireworks and Stink Pellets.[8]

Toy BroomstickEdit

Fred owned a toy broomstick, which his youngest brother, Ron, accidentally broke in 1983.[21] In revenge, Fred turned Ron's teddy bear into a large spider, leading Ron to become extremely arachnophobic.[21]

RelationshipsEdit

George WeasleyEdit

"You haven't got a letter on yours. I suppose she thinks you don't forget your name. But we're not stupid — we know we're called Gred and Forge."
George Weasley to Harry Potter on their Christmas Weasley sweaters[src]
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George Weasley was Fred’s twin, best friend, and partner in crime. They were about as close as two brothers can be. They did just about everything together. They often finished each other’s sentences and spoke in a back and forth way that could confuse others at times. Together, Fred and George designed many ingenious pranks and shared the ambition to found a joke shop together.[5] They were also both Beaters for the Gryffindor Quidditch team and close friends with Lee Jordan.[10]

George was devastated by the death of his twin in the Battle of Hogwarts, and would never truly get over this loss. He eventually named his son after Fred.[6]

Other siblingsEdit

Ginny: "Well – Percy's got a girlfriend.... You won't tease him, will you?"
Fred: "Wouldn't dream of it."
George: "Definitely not."
— Fred "looking as if his birthday had come early" at something to tease Percy about[src]
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Like his younger siblings, Fred tended to look up to his older brothers Bill and Charlie. However, he and George delighted in teasing Percy, who was closer to their age and very different from them in personality. Their mother was always encouraging the twins to be more like Percy, who was responsible and academically motivated, but Fred and George thought him to be stuffy and arrogant. Thus, they frequently mocked any behaviour they saw as arrogant on his part, such as his pride in his Prefect position.[4] The twins were the angriest with Percy when he became estranged with the rest of the family over their support of Albus Dumbledore instead of the Ministry[10], but also seemed the most inclined to ask about him during his estrangement, as Fred asked their mother if Percy was coming home for the Christmas holidays in 1996[5]. Fred was the first to accept Percy's apology during the Battle of Hogwarts, and he and George subsequently acted as if the split had never happened. During the battle, Fred and Percy fought side by side, and Percy was devastated over his brother’s death, fiercely protecting his body and furiously pursuing Augustus Rookwood.[6]

Ginny: "I think you're in love, Ron."
George: "Viktor, I love you!"
Fred: "Viktor, I do!"
— Fred, George, and Ginny teasing Ron over his praise of Viktor Krum[src]

The twins also enjoyed teasing their only younger brother, Ron. Notably, Fred transfigured his teddy bear into a spider after Ron broke his toy broomstick[4], once nearly manipulated him into taking an Unbreakable Vow with him and George[5], and teased him over his embarrassing crush on Fleur Delacour[9]. Fred and George sometimes pestered Ron to the point of infuriating him, such as when they mocked him for becoming a Prefect, a position Ron never tried to use against them[10]. However, they also helped Ron out, such as by giving him a copy of Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches and aiding him in transfiguring the Weasley family ghoul to resemble Ron with spattergroit as his cover while he was hunting Horcruxes with Harry and Hermione[6]. Fred was quite close to his sister Ginny, who was similar to the twins in temperament, and sometimes joined them in teasing others, especially Ron. They were protective of her, as well, and disapproved of her love life, it is unknown to Fred that Harry and Ginny were going out during her fifth and his sixth year and then dated after the battle and then married.[5]

ParentsEdit

"We know how to de-gnome a garden!"
—Fred to his mum before she suggests many hints and tips.[src]
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Like most members of the Weasley family, Fred got on well with his parents. The atmosphere was generally light, relaxed and casual.

Molly Weasley was often described as the only one Fred and George were afraid of, and was often unhappy with Fred's lack of seriousness and commitment to his learning. She was unhappy with both his earning of only three O.W.L.s and desire to own a joke shop. However, Mrs Weasley loved him very much and was devastated by her son's death during the Battle of Hogwarts, on 2 May 1998 and was seen crying over his dead body.

Arthur Weasley was more laid back than his wife. While not overly supportive of Fred's wrongdoing, he seemed to encourage the trying of new things. Mr Weasley was excited when informed of Fred's adventure rescuing Harry Potter from the Dursleys and only pretended to be strict. However, he was cranky when Fred slipped Dudley Dursley an enchanted toffee. Mr. Weasley was immensely saddened by Fred's death, and was seen with his wife near his dead body.

Harry PotterEdit

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Fred: "We've come to give you a bit of festive cheer before we go..."
George: "This, Harry, is the secret of our success."
Fred: "It's a wrench, giving it to you, but we decided last night, your need's greater than ours."
— Fred and George giving Harry the Marauder's Map[src]

Fred first met Harry Potter in his third year at Hogwarts, when Harry was beginning his first year and became friends with Ron. The twins became friendly with him when he joined the Gryffindor Quidditch team as their Seeker, giving them hope to win the House Cup.[8] The following year, Fred and George cheered Harry up when many of the students believed that he might be the Heir of Slytherin, which they scoffed at[4], and the year after that, they gave him the Marauder's Map to help him sneak into Hogsmeade[7]. They also stood up for Harry when others doubted his claim that Lord Voldemort had returned or challenged his authority in Dumbledore's Army, and assisted him in contacting Sirius Black when he told them and Ginny of his desire to speak to his godfather[10]. Both twins risked their lives in the operation to remove Harry from his relatives’ home in 1997.[6] They seemed to regard Harry almost as another younger sibling, and were inclined to both be protective of him and teasing of him. Harry was devastated by Fred's death during the Battle of Hogwarts to the point where he felt like the world had ended, though he could not bring himself to join the Weasleys' small group around his body. He eventually became Fred's brother-in-law through his marriage to Ginny.

Hermione GrangerEdit

Fred: "...we've decided we don't care about getting into trouble any more."
Hermione: "Have you ever?"
— Fred and Hermione Granger just before the twins' escape from Hogwarts[src]

Fred became friendly with Hermione Granger after she became a close friend to his younger brother Ron. Although Hermione disapproved of some of the twins’ antics, since she was a Prefect, she generally got on fairly well with them. They seemed to regard Hermione like an older sister, always trying to keep them on track, despite being two years younger than them.[10]

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They were outraged when Draco Malfoy called her a “Mudblood” in 1992, to the point of attempting to physically attack him[4]. Hermione also warned Fred and his twin brother that their Ageing Potion wouldn't trick the age line protecting the Goblet of Fire due to the fact that Dumbledore would have thought of a foolish ageing potion in advance. They found out she was right when they were blown backwards and grew long, white beards. Fred and George also tried to get Hermione to relax, joking around with her about things such as their late uncle Bilius’s penchant for making mischief at weddings[6]. Hermione also admired the twins’ cleverness and creativity in their spell work, once remarking that they could do some "extraordinary magic"[5], though she did not agree with how they put it to use. Hermione was also one of the few people willing to stand up to Fred and George when she disagreed with them. For example, when she caught them testing sweets from the Skiving Snackbox on first-year students with Lee Jordan, she was furious, and told them off for what she considered taking advantage of innocent children. Fred and George initially scoffed at her concerns and at her ability to make them stop, but backed down when she threatened to tell their mother.[10] However, the twins did not seem to hold a grudge, as they continued to be friendly; Fred even later gave Hermione material from the joke shop free of charge[5]. She was saddened by the death of Fred, comforting a swollen-eyed Ginny. Hermione would eventually become Fred's sister-in-law through her marriage to Ron.

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Angelina JohnsonEdit

Fred: "Oi! Angelina! Want to come to the ball with me?"
Angelina: "All right, then."
Fred: "There you go, piece of cake."
— Fred asking Angelina Johnson to the Yule Ball[src]

Angelina Johnson was a Gryffindor in Fred's year at Hogwarts, and was on the house Quidditch team with him and George. They were good friends; Fred asked her with complete confidence and rather casually to go to the Yule Ball, and she accepted nonchalantly, but with "a bit of a grin on her face". The following year, Angelina became Captain of the Quidditch team and was annoyed with Fred and George when they were kicked off the team by Dolores Umbridge, as it hurt the team's chances[10]. Angelina did not attend Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour's wedding as Fred's date, and he flirted with cousins of the bride while there. However, the two seemed to still be on friendly terms, as they fought alongside one another during the Battle of Hogwarts. Angelina would go on to marry George, and they named their son after Fred.[6]

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Minerva McGonagallEdit

Minerva McGonagall was the Transfiguration teacher during Fred and his brother, George's years at Hogwarts. Although McGonagall was always well known for being strict and stern, she was never shown punishing or even telling off Fred and George for their wild behaviour and many pranks. It was known however that they were good Quidditch players from a good family, and she was visibly displeased with having Fred, George, and Harry kicked off the Gryffindor Quidditch team. McGonagall often perceived the twins as troublemakers but seemed to share their dislike of Dolores Umbridge, who was the Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher for a small time. McGonagall did not attempt to remove the fireworks that surfaced around the school causing great disruptions. When Fred made his legendary escape in 1996, McGonagall assisted Peeves to unscrew an overhead chandelier. It was Fred's desire that such mayhem existed.

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Lee JordanEdit

"Listen, we're going down the middle of the train - Lee Jordan's got a giant tarantula down there -"
—One of the twins on the Hogwarts Express in 1991[src]

Lee Jordan was best friends with Fred and George during his time at Hogwarts, and often got into trouble along with them. They were good friends and they both appeared to have affection for Angelina Johnson. In 1995 they joined Dumbledore's Army and Lee helped the twins harass Dolores Umbridge, one incident of which resulted in him being punished by "writing lines", scarring his hand. In the 1997–1998 school year, during the height of the Second Wizarding War, Fred was a guest on Potter Watch, the resistance radio show Lee hosted. In May of 1998, Lee returned with Fred and George to fight in the Battle of Hogwarts.

Filius FlitwickEdit

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Fred and George had a good relationship with many Hogwarts professors. Professor Filius Flitwick, the Charms professor and Head of Ravenclaw House, seemed to like them and he was very happy with their spell work. He also thought that they were very talented wizards and supported them in rebelling against Dolores Umbridge in 1995. When Fred and George set off fireworks around the grounds she spent a day running around putting them out. After she had finished inspecting Flitwick's classroom, he told her that he could have put them all out easily but was concerned he didn't have the authority to do so. After Easter break, the twins used one of their inventions, a Portable Swamp to change a corridor and several courtyards into swamps, shortly afterwards they departed from school to go into the world of business. Flitwick was seen cheering and supporting them at their departure after they circled around Umbridge and Filch. Flitwick was asked to remove the swamp they created, which he did but left a small patch in the corner as he believed it to be really good magic.

Rubeus HagridEdit

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Fred and George were friends of Rubeus Hagrid, the Care of Magical Creatures professor, throughout their time at Hogwarts. Hagrid seemed to be one of their favourite members of the staff, as he was not too serious and very tolerant, as many other professors were viewed as. They were also among the few people who still believed that Hagrid was a great person, even after they learned that he was a half-giant. Hagrid thought that Fred and George were trouble-makers, but still very funny. He once compared them with James Potter and Sirius Black. Furthermore, they were all among Harry Potter's closest friends. Fred and George fought in the Second Wizarding War along with Hagrid. However, during the Battle of Hogwarts, he, George, and Hagrid split up. Fred, meanwhile, met up with his older brother, Percy, and together they duelled Pius Thicknesse and Augustus Rookwood. However, Rookwood blew up part of the castle, and Fred was killed in the explosion.

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Albus DumbledoreEdit

"We'd walk out right now if we weren't determined to do our bit for Dumbledore first."
—Fred Weasley to Hermione Granger on causing mayhem under Umbridge.[src]

Both Fred and George appeared to like the headmaster Albus Dumbledore. They thought that he was the greatest wizard of all time. He seemed to like them as well, despite the fact that they did stir up trouble; He knew they were good people at heart. Along with George, Fred joined the Order of the Phoenix, an organisation founded by Dumbledore, in order to oppose Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters. They also joined Dumbledore's Army, in 1995, an army founded and led by Harry to oppose the Ministry.

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Argus FilchEdit

The twins also disliked Argus Filch, the caretaker. Filch had punished them many times during their Hogwarts years, because they were trouble-makers. Fred also "nicked" the Marauder's Map from Filch, while he and George were in trouble in his office. Filch had a great knowledge of all Hogwarts' secret passageways, only beaten by Fred and George's. When Dolores Umbridge was appointed at Hogwarts, Filch supported her, and tried to punish the twins again. However, Fred and George escaped Hogwarts, flying with their broomsticks.

Dolores UmbridgeEdit

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"As I told you once before, Mr. Potter, naughty children deserve to be punished."
Dolores Umbridge to Harry Potter, Fred and George.[src]

Fred and George hated Dolores Umbridge, who was appointed by the Ministry of Magic as the Defence Against the Dark Arts professor in 1995. Umbridge was a sadistic woman who enjoyed punishing and torturing students. Almost every resident of Hogwarts at the time hated Umbridge, but she particularly hated Harry Potter, Fred, and George. When George and Harry attacked Draco Malfoy, Umbridge kicked them off the team, along with Fred. They also created a Portable Swamp, in order to anger Umbridge. When she attempted to punish them, Fred and George insulted her in front of the whole school and then fled with their broomsticks.

Dumbledore's ArmyEdit

Dumbledore's Army

Dumbledore's Army.

In 1995, Fred and George joined Dumbledore's Army, an organization founded and led by Harry Potter, in order to oppose Dolores Umbridge and teach Defence Against the Dark Arts to the other students. The twins knew most of them, and they had a good relationship with most members of the army, including Harry, Hermione, Ron, Ginny, Lee and Angelina.

Some members of the army were also members of the Gryffindor Quidditch team, including Alicia Spinnet and Katie Bell. The girls appeared to be close with Fred, whom they possibly knew since their first year, as well as George. Both of them were very upset when Umbridge kicked Harry and the twins off the team. Fred met them again when they fought at the Battle of Hogwarts in 1998.

Other members of the army were Neville Longbottom, Luna Lovegood, Dean Thomas, Seamus Finnigan, Lavender Brown, Parvati and Padma Patil, Colin and Dennis Creevey, Ernie Macmillan, Hannah Abbott, Justin Finch-Fletchley, Susan Bones, Cho Chang, Anthony Goldstein, Michael Corner, Terry Boot, Marietta Edgecombe and Zacharias Smith. Fred was friendly with them, although not very close; however, he disliked Zacharias Smith, who didn't believe that Voldemort had returned, and did not fight at the Battle of Hogwarts, as did Marietta Edgecombe, who betrayed the army to Umbridge. However, the rest of them fought for Dumbledore's Army, and at least one of them, Colin Creevey, was killed by Death Eaters.

Order of the Phoenix membersEdit

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Fred also became a member of the Order of the Phoenix during the Second Wizarding War. The Order was an organisation led by Albus Dumbledore in order to fight Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters. Fred had a good relationship with most members of the order.

He and George were both friends of Sirius Black. Sirius was friendly with them, but he argued with the twins (for example: when he told them to wait at home while their father was in danger). Sirius was killed by Bellatrix Lestrange during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in 1996. The twins were saddened by his death, but tried not to remind Harry about it.

They were also friends of Remus Lupin, whom they first met in 1993, when he was Defence Against the Dark Arts professor. They considered him among the best teachers of this lesson they had ever had. Lupin fought with the twins in many battles of the Second War, and was killed in the final battle, along with Fred. Their bodies were put near each other's in the Great Hall.

Another member of the Order that they knew was Nymphadora Tonks. Tonks and the twins were close in age, and they were friendly. They fought together in the Battle over Little Whinging and the Battle of Hogwarts. Tonks was killed during the battle, too. Her body was put near Fred's, as well as Lupin's, after their death.

The twins also knew Alastor Moody and Kingsley Shacklebolt. They appeared to have a good relationship, although they were not very close. When Moody was killed by Voldemort, everyone was sad. When the twins learned about it, they were joking with each other. They immediately stopped talking, and their expressions immediately switched to sadness. Kingsley survived the war and became Minister for Magic.


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The MaraudersEdit

Fred and his brother George regarded the Marauders with a kind of idolism and they believed that they owed a lot to them, as their invention, the Marauder's Map helped them to achieve a lot of their aims. Although they owned the map for many years, they did not refer to them as the Marauders, but instead they called them by their nicknames: Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs. The twins did not however work out that two of the Marauders were two of their friends in the Order of the Phoenix: Remus John Lupin and Sirius Black. Neither did they discover that Prongs was in fact Harry's father James and that Wormtail was actually Death Eater Peter Pettigrew.

EtymologyEdit

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The name Fred is generally considered a short form of the name Frederick.[22] It is the English form of a Germanic name meaning "peaceful ruler," derived from frid, "peace," and ric, "ruler, power." It has been a very common name for rulers of the Holy Roman Empire, Germany, Austria, and Scandinavia, such as Frederick the Great of Prussia.[23] Fred is also sometimes used as a diminutive of Alfred, derived from the Old English Ælfræd, meaning "elf counsel," or Alfrid, meaning "old peace." Alfred the Great was a ninth-century king of Wessex who battled the Danes and translated many Latin books into Old English.[24] In Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish, Fred means "peace."

There has been some suggestion that Fred and George are named after their maternal uncles, Fabian and Gideon Prewett, who were killed in the First Wizarding War, who may have been twins, and who share Fred and George's first initials.

Another possible significance of the twins' names is that George III became king because of the early death of Frederick, Prince of Wales. George III was also deaf in one ear.

Author's commentsEdit

J. K. Rowling has commented that she always knew Fred was going to be killed in the series, though she guessed that readers would have expected George to die first, since he was the "gentler" of the two: “Fred is normally the funnier but also the crueller of the two. So they might have thought that George would be the more vulnerable one and, therefore, the one to die... Either one of them would have been terrible to kill. It was awful killing Fred. I hated that.”[15] She also described Fred and George as "the risk-takers in the family...who just take a totally different life path and were prepared to risk everything"[25].

Rowling has also stated that Fred and George are among her favourite characters[26].

Behind the scenesEdit

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AppearancesEdit

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See alsoEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Fred took Polyjuice potion to be one of the Seven Potters in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  2. Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
  3. "Some Random Facts About The Weasley Family" at J.K. Rowling's Official Site
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  11. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  12. Harry Potter and the Half- Blood Prince
  13. Times Online — The unwritten story of Harry's friends and their children
  14. In his later teenage years, Harry Potter was said to be "within an inch" of his father's height, and James Potter was described as being tall. When Fred and George took Polyjuice Potion to take on Harry's appearance in Ch. 4 of Deathly Hallows, they shrunk, indicating that they are taller than Harry.
  15. 15.0 15.1 MSNBC Interview with J.K. Rowling
  16. Fred and George mentioned having a Charms lesson to be inspected by Dolores Umbridge in their seventh year.
  17. Minerva McGonagall, the Transfiguration professor, told him to continue transfiguring his raccoon in 1994, the year after he finished his O.W.L.s.
  18. Fred was told off for playing Exploding Snap in Dolores Umbridge's class, year after O.W.L.s.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  21. 21.0 21.1 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 9
  22. Behind the Name" Fred
  23. Behind the Name: Frederick
  24. Behind the Name: Alfred
  25. 16 July 2005 Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet Interview
  26. F.A.Q.: Favourite Characters at J.K. Rowling's Official Site
  27. Weasley family tree
Dumbledore's Army
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Founders:
Harry Potter | Hermione Granger | Ronald Weasley
Leaders:
Harry Potter | Neville Longbottom | Luna Lovegood | Ginny Weasley
Gryffindors:
Katie Bell | Lavender Brown | Colin Creevey | Dennis Creevey | Seamus Finnigan | Angelina Johnson | Lee Jordan | Parvati Patil | Alicia Spinnet | Dean Thomas | Fred Weasley | George Weasley | Nigel Wespurt
Ravenclaws:
Terry Boot | Cho Chang | Michael Corner | Marietta Edgecombe | Anthony Goldstein | Padma Patil
Hufflepuffs:
Hannah Abbott | Susan Bones | Justin Finch-Fletchley | Ernie Macmillan | Zacharias Smith | Unidentified Hufflepuff girl
Unspecified:
Luca Caruso | Alice Tolipan
Order of the Phoenix
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Founder:
Albus Dumbledore
Original Order of of the Phoenix:
Aberforth Dumbledore | Alastor Moody | Alice Longbottom | Arabella Figg | Benjy Fenwick | Caradoc Dearborn | Dedalus Diggle | Dorcas Meadowes | Edgar Bones | Elphias Doge | Emmeline Vance | Fabian Prewett | Frank Longbottom | Gideon Prewett | Hestia Jones (possibly) | James Potter | Lily Potter | Marlene McKinnon | Minerva McGonagall | Mundungus Fletcher | Peter Pettigrew (defected) | Remus Lupin | Rubeus Hagrid | Severus Snape | Sirius Black | Sturgis Podmore
Reconstituted Order of the Phoenix:
Aberforth Dumbledore | Alastor Moody | Arabella Figg | Arthur Weasley | Bill Weasley | Charlie Weasley | Dedalus Diggle | Elphias Doge | Emmeline Vance | Fleur Delacour | Fred Weasley | George Weasley | Harry Potter | Hermione Granger | Hestia Jones | Kingsley Shacklebolt | Minerva McGonagall | Molly Weasley | Mundungus Fletcher | Nymphadora Tonks | Remus Lupin | Ron Weasley | Rubeus Hagrid | Severus Snape | Sirius Black | Sturgis Podmore
Order of the Phoenix allies:
Andromeda Tonks | Augusta Longbottom | Dobby | Filius Flitwick | Ginny Weasley | Grawp | Horace Slughorn | Kreacher | Lee Jordan | Luna Lovegood | Muriel |
Neville Longbottom | Oliver Wood | Olympe Maxime | Percy Weasley | Pomona Sprout | Ted Tonks | Westinburgh family | Winky | Karkus | Karkus's wife
Other affiliations:
Dumbledore's Army | Forbidden Forest Centaur colony | Headless Hunt | Hogwarts Hippogriff herd | Hogwarts house-elves | Hogwarts Ghosts | Hogwarts Staff |
Hogwarts students | Hogwarts Thestral herd | Ministry of Magic | Giant colony (Karkus's control)





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