Ronald Bilius Weasley, born 1st March 1980, is a pure-blood wizard and the best friend of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. He is the second youngest child, and youngest son, of Arthur and Molly Weasley. He attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1991 to 1997 and was sorted into Gryffindor House. During his fifth year at Hogwarts he became a Prefect and the Keeper of the Gryffindor Quidditch Team.
 Character development
 First book
Harry first met Ron at King's Cross, and they sat together on the entirety of the journey aboard the Hogwarts Express from Platform 9 3/4 to Hogsmeade Station. Harry was fascinated to meet someone from a wizarding family and Ron was equally fascinated to meet the famous Harry Potter. They become firm friends, and both are sorted into Gryffindor House. The boys make friends with Hermione Granger and the three of them go to the third floor corridor intending to stop Severus Snape from giving the Philosopher's Stone to Voldemort. Ron's knowledge of chess is crucial to them completing one stage of the obstacles placed to protect the Stone and he bravely sacrifices himself in order to let Harry and Hermione go on to the further stages.
 Second book
Ron Weasley and Harry Potter are prevented by Dobby from boarding the Hogwarts Express and use Arthur Weasley's flying car to get there. On arrival they crash into the Whomping Willow, breaking Ron's wand. Something is attacking Muggleborns and leaving messages written in blood on the castle walls that the Chamber of Secrets has been opened. Following a suggestion from Rubeus Hagrid to "follow the spiders", Ron and Harry (despite Ron's deep fear of spiders) follow them into the Forbidden Forest to speak to Aragog and are then attacked by Aragog's family. When Ron's sister, Ginny Weasley, is taken into the Chamber, Ron and Harry force their Dark Arts professor, Gilderoy Lockhart, to accompany them to the Chamber to get her back. Lockhart steals Ron's wand and tries to use it against him but in its damaged state it backfires on him.
 Third book
Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger meet up with Harry Potter at the Leaky Cauldron. While shopping in Diagon Alley Ron buys some tonic for his pet rat, Scabbers who has begun to look very unwell. Hermione buys a cat, Crookshanks. Crookshanks makes many attempts to attack Scabbers, leading to Ron and Hermione arguing and falling out and Scabbers disappearing before being discovered in Rubeus Hagrid's hut when they go to console Hagrid before Buckbeak's execution. On the way back to the castle, Scabbers runs away and the Grim, a large black dog, appears. Ron steps in front of Harry to protect him from the Grim and is dragged by the dog into the roots of the Whomping Willow and on to the Shrieking Shack where the dog transforms into Sirius Black, a convicted murderer who is believed to want Harry dead. They are then joined by Remus Lupin and Severus Snape who is hexed by Ron, Hermione and Harry and Ron's rat, Scabbers is revealed to be Peter Pettigrew and Black's real target.
 Fourth book
Along with his family, Harry Potter, and Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley attends the finale of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. He witnesses his favorite Quidditch player, Bulgarian Seeker Viktor Krum catch the Snitch but ultimately lose to Ireland.
The year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry marked the return of the Triwizard Tournament with competing schools Beauxbatons and Durmstrang. Students under age seventeen are not allowed to enter the tournament, but when Harry becomes the fourth competitor from an unnamed school Ron becomes completely jealous and the two begin one of their biggest and first real fights.
 Fifth book
"Weasley can save anything, He never leaves a single ring, That's why Gryffindors all sing: Weasley is our King. " (sung by Griffindor House after Quidditch match)
 Sixth book
 Final book
Ron Weasley is one of thirteen members of the Order of the Phoenix and friends of Harry Potter who go to Privet Drive to help Harry leave and escape the Death Eaters. Back at The Burrow Ron's brother Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour are getting married but when the Death Eaters attack Ron, Hermione Granger and Harry Apparate away and go on the run as fugitives while hunting for Voldemort's Horcruxes. They find that Dolores Umbridge is in possession of the locket and use Polyjuice Potion to infiltrate The Ministry and successfully retrieve it. While working out how to destroy the locket the trio take turns in wearing it suffering changes in character as they do. Ron is the worst affected which leads to strong argument and he decides to leave. Ron later returns by using the Deluminator left to him in Dumbledore's will and finds Harry diving into a freezing pond to retrieve the Sword of Gryffindor and being dragged down by the locket, he rescues Harry and then uses the sword to destroy the locket. After breaking into Gringotts to get Hufflepuff's cup the trio go to Hogwarts where Ron and Hermione go back to the Chamber of Secrets to retrieve Basilisk fangs which can be used to destroy Horcruxes. Ron finally earns his first kiss from Hermione when he says that they should warn the kitchen house elves that a battle is about to take place and give them chance to leave. Ron then fought in the Battle of Hogwarts and defeated Fenrir Greyback. Nineteen years later Ron and Hermione were married with two children, Rose and Hugo, he had learned to drive a car and jokes that people stare at him because he is "extremely famous".
 Portrayals within films
Ron is portrayed in all eight films by Rupert Grint (more to come)
 Outward appearance
Ron, like everyone in the Weasley family, has vivid red hair and freckles on his face. He is tall and thin, with big hands and feet, a long nose, and blue eyes.
Ron is loyal and very funny, but he can also be immature and insensitive, to a point where he can be a bit unkind, such as the numerous times he hurt Hermione's feelings throughout the series, or when he accused Cho Chang of being a fan of the Tornados Quidditch team only because of their recent popularity.
Ron is often outshone and overshadowed by his five older brothers, all of whom had accomplished much more than Ron by the time he entered Hogwarts. He believed he had a lot to live up to, because everyone expected him to do as well as his brothers, but it wouldn't be a big deal if he did because they'd done it first. When he looks into the Mirror of Erised, he sees himself in the future, outshining his older brothers, namely becoming Head Boy, Quidditch Captain, and winner of the Quidditch Cup. Ron is also shunted aside because his best friend, Harry Potter, is famous. This seems to affect him most in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, when it leads to him and Harry having a row.
JK Rowling stated in an interview about Ron in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: "Ron is the most immature of the three main characters, but in part seven he grows up. He was never strong footed, people see him mostly as Harry's friend; his mother had actually wanted a girl and in the last book he finally has to acknowledge his weaknesses. But it's exactly that which makes Ron a man."
 Magical accomplishments and skills
Ron is known for being an excellent chess player throughout the series, and though usually temperamental, is a good Keeper when he is confident and focused. Though his schoolwork is rather average, he has shown exceptional skill in defensive magic, probably a result of his involvement in Dumbledore's Army.
Being the second-youngest of seven children, most of Ron's possessions, especially during his first and second year at Hogwarts, are hand-me-downs, including Bill's old robes, Charlie's old wand, and Percy's old rat, Scabbers. In the summer of 1993, the Weasley family won seven hundred galleons in the Daily Prophet Grand Prize Galleon Draw, which allowed Ron to buy new items, including a new wand. The following summer, he received a small and energetic owl, which Ginny named Pigwidgeon and which Ron usually refers to as Pig, from Sirius Black.
- Ash and unicorn hair. The unicorn hair pokes out of the tip. His first wand was a hand-me-down from his brother Charlie Weasley. It broke when he flew a Flying Ford Anglia into the Whomping Willow in September 1992.
- Willow and unicorn tail-hair, fourteen inches. His second wand, bought from Ollivanders in the summer of 1993.
- Scabbers the rat, which in 1994 turns out to actually be the supposedly dead Animagus Peter Pettigrew. Belonged to his brother Percy Weasley before him.
- Pigwidgeon, a miniature owl, given to him by Sirius Black in the summer of 1994.
- A watch with stars on its face instead of numbers. A traditional coming-of-age present, given to him by his parents on his seventeenth birthday.
- Albus Dumbledore's Deluminator on July 31, 1997, which Dumbledore bequeathed him in his will.
Ron Weasley is a member of the Weasley family, a pure-blood family made up almost entirely of witches and wizards; however, he does note that his mother has a second cousin who's an accountant. Ron and his siblings often have to get things things such as school robes, spellbooks, and cauldrons second-hand. Molly Weasley is always described as a good cook and hand-knits sweaters for all of her children (and Harry Potter) at Christmas. Arthur Weasley works at the Ministry of Magic. All of the Weasleys have red hair. He marrys Hermione and they have two childern Rose (11) and Hugo (9).
 Family Members
Ron's immediate family includes:
- His father, Arthur Weasley
- His mother, Molly Weasley
- His oldest brother, Bill Weasley
- His second oldest brother, Charlie Weasley
- His third oldest brother, Percy Weasley
- His younger sister, Ginny Weasley
Other known members of Ron's family include:
- His uncle from his father's side, Bilius Weasley (deceased)
- His Great Aunt Muriel from his mother's side
- His grandfather from his father's side Septimus Weasley
- His grandmother from his father's side Cedrella Black
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