Fred Weasley II [Gryffindor, Seventh] Sept 22, 2008 7:20:46 GMT -5
Post by Fred Weasley II on Sept 22, 2008 7:20:46 GMT -5
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"And I'll scream
so loud that everyone in this place
Will hear every word I say
'cause this is my time, this is my time to shine
let nothing stand in our way."
- "Monument" A Day To Remember
Fred Gideon Weasley II
Date Born»» [/b]
January 28 2004 (Aquarius)
Fred believes in God, and the afterlife, heaven and hell. But he doesn't believe the lines of good and evil are defined, and that only God has the right to say what is right and what is wrong in the end. We can only do what we feel is right.
Sexual Orientation»» [/b]
None. Not that he doesn't like animals, he just hasn't found one he likes yet. He's very picky of the company he keeps.
Blood Status»» [/b]
His mother is a half blood, so he's a quarter muggle.
13' Alder wood with one Hippogriff feather and one Fwooper feather as the core.
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First Impression»» [/b]
Your first thought of Fred would probably be one of all other Weasleys. Not another one. That or he needs to fix his hair, which always looks as if he just tousled it, or just jumped out of bed. Fred is rather good looking, but different from his fellow classmates. Fred is a naturally charming, friendly person, but an eccentric rebellious one. He is seen as confident, but not to the arrogant extreme James takes it. He has many acquaintances, but seems cold and detached at times, despite his friendly smile and small talk.
Self Image»» [/b]
Fred knows he is different, and that he can be friendly, and charming. He doesn't see himself as particularly good looking nor does he see himself as ugly. He is confident in himself and his abilities, but his confidence is not ego based like so many others. Since Madeline, Fred no longer views himself as a capable friend, or someone anyone should trust or want to be close to. This is also true in relationships. He is afraid of failing at friendship, hurting someone else.
Positive Traits»» [/b]
- Inventive. Definition. Adept or skillful at inventing; creative. Ever since Fred was a child, he was often found taking various things apart just to see how they worked. Often he couldn't figure out how to put them back together. The only thing that's changed now that he's older, is he's gotten better at putting things back together. Don't leave anything new and interesting around Fred, because well, like his grandfather, namesake, and father, he's rather curious. Fred relishes in his unconventional ways. His unusual thoughts leads him to think "outside of the box" and therefore he is always looking for a new way to do something.
- Tolerant. Definition. Inclined to tolerate the beliefs, practices, or traits of others; forbearing. Since Fred has such a different view of the world, he loves to hear everyone else's, even if he thinks you're wrong. Unlike most of his family, Fred isn't so set in his views that he won't listen to reason. If you put up a good enough argument, or point out something he's never considered, he'll digress the information and see if it's the truth. If it is, he will change his opinion, if not, well he won't. This tolerance he learned from being surrounded by so many different sets of personalities, different cultures. His mother is Black, his father is Scottish, his aunt French, etc.
- Progressive. Definition. A person who actively favors or strives for progress toward better conditions, as in society or government. Because Fred is always looking for a new way to do something, he is able to avoid one of his greatest enemies - boredom. It also keeps him looking towards the future, and hates being stuck in the past. He sees everything as a way of progress, to become better. This makes him a bit of free radical in the political department. He firmly believes everyone is equal, no matter bloodline, witch, wizard, muggle, creature, it doesn't matter. Everyone has rights. He plans to do his best to make sure everyone gets them and hates when people are treated unfairly.
- Impersonal. Definition. Having no personal reference or connection. This can by many be seen as a negative trait, but in fact in Fred it can be both. He is a friendly boy, but doesn't get emotionally involved easily. He can remain objective when looking at a problem, and make decision without his emotions clouding his judgment. This trait can make him seem cold and detached to some, but to those who know him, they come to him for some objective advice. He is currently the eldest Weasley attending Hogwarts as a student, and is friends with almost every one of his cousins. So despite his usual objective nature, it's only when it comes to family or extremely friends does he get emotionally involved. But he is usually the calm, to James' hotheaded nature. Fred doesn't trust easily, if at all anyone outside of his family. This is due greatly due to the death his friend Madeline.
- Ambitious. Definition. Having ambition; eagerly desirous of achieving or obtaining success, power, wealth, a specific goal. Unlike many who possess this trait, Fred isn't interesting in power or wealth. He's interested in making the world recognize him, making it better. He wants more than anything to invent something that will make his mark on history. One day his name will be mentioned in the History of Magic classroom, and it won't just be one of the many Weasleys. It will be Fred Weasley II. He is obsessed with this one goal, and determined that nothing will stop him. He will be different, special, and remembered. He is actively involved in TOR, and is the voice of reason.
Negative Traits»» [/b]
- Inconsistent. Definition. Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency. Not regular or predictable; erratic. Though Fred is quite the loyal friend, he often shirking from personal commitment. He doesn't want to be tied down with plans, routine, or schedules. So to ask him to do something and actually get him to do it would be like pulling teeth. If he doesn't want to. On frivolous things, you aren't going to want to hold Fred to his promises. He often forgets, on purpose or accident, that he even promised to begin with. Teachers are amazed when one day he turns in a brilliant essay and the next day he's shrugging saying he either forgot the homework, or turns in a quickly scribbled mediocre essay. Even in relationships one moment he can be attentive and listen, the next a bit distant and distracted.
- Outspoken. Definition. Frank and unreserved in speech. Unreserved is a nice way to put it. Fred often says, or goes out of his way, to shock people, because he finds their reactions entertaining. Often shocking them keeps them from wanting to be too close to him. Most would think he doesn't think about he says, but he does, more so than they know. His words are meant to leave an impression, maneuver into or away from a subject, or many other things. Even when he seems tactless, he is not without a reason for such. He will tell you, in no mincing of words, how a situation is. Not what he thinks, not what he feels, because he is objective. But how it is. Many people can't handle the truth, or don't like being told such, so they shy away from him and his direct answers.
- Misunderstood. Definition. Incorrectly understood or interpreted. Few actually interpret Fred's actions as they actually are. You would have to know him to do so, and as he doesn't allow people to know him, he is often misunderstood. Most of the time even his own family doesn't understand him. Frankly, Fred enjoys it, because when they are trying to figure him out people aren't talking about some Weasley, they're talking about him. Fred. The only part about this Fred hates is when people start involving talk of Madeline. Though he enjoys when they talk about him, he quite enjoys it when someone is observant enough or intelligent enough to figure out why he's done something. He likes when someone actually understands him, because it doesn't often happen.
- Rebellious. Fred goes against the grain, if only to do just that. Be contrary. You say one thing, he'll say another. He embraces his eccentric ideas so much many see him as a bit of a rebel and unpredictable. If he doesn't agree with something, he rather doesn't care who you are, he'll tell you so. And then proceed to have you explain why you think you are right, and prove you wrong. Surprisingly, when you're right, Fred has no problem telling you so either. Like his father and many before him, rules aren't an obstacle when Fred wants to do something. He'll do it, or find a way around it. He is quite picky of those he hangs around with, if you're boring, and unoriginal he wants nothing to do with you. If you're cliche, same goes. In fact, he'll rather tell you, you are and that you bore him, even professors. He's been known to offend a few sensibilities, and get a few detention for his lack of boundaries.
- Eccentric. Definition. One that deviates markedly from an established norm, especially a person of odd or unconventional behavior. Fred is... definitely an odd one. Sometimes he's naturally that way, sometimes he's purposely that way, but down to his appearance he's... something. He is nothing like his fellow classmates, because he makes sure it's this way. Whatever they do, he does the opposite, and so on. He is not one to follow the crowd or the trends, he quite abhors it. People find the fact he'd rather be taking something apart and putting it back together, or fixing something, rather than talk to a person, makes him an anomaly to most.
- Taking things apart.
- Feeling Understood.
- Martial Arts
- Ego Plays
- Pointless Meetings.
- School Uniforms.
- His name
Something burning. It usually means a failed experiment or invention. Which there couldn't be anything better. Well apart from, a successful one.
A copy of himself, or him becoming one of the crowd. Even ironically having a twin.
He wants to be seen as an original, his own person. Not part of a crowd, not Fred the second, not another Weasley. His greatest fear would be failing in that feat, and losing himself.
Spider Monkey. The spider monkey in it's mischievous and quick minded nature, and how despite the fact it is part of a species it is easily set apart by it's appearance. The spider monkey has turned it's differences from it's fellow monkeys into strengths rather than faults, much like Fred in his eccentric nature.
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Eye Color»» [/b]
They tend not be able to make up their mind between shades of green and blue.
Hair Color»» [/b]
Red hair that is often tousled or wind blown, as if he'd just crawled out of bed.
Skin Color»» [/b]
Pale, but freckled.
Body Build»» [/b]
Distinctive Features»» [/b]
He is quite distinctly a Weasley with bright red hair, and freckles to match, a fact of which he hates, not necessarily because of a dislike of his appearance, but because they mark him as part of a group. His height is another feature, of which he took after his mother, and his uncle Ron, standing at six foot two inches tall. From his mother's side he inherited a finely chiseled bones, but his most distinctive features would have to be his eyes. Not only do the change colors depending on his moods, they have an intensity to them that never leave and seem to be peering into you. This intensity may reflect his passion and resolve for many things.
Dress Style»» [/b]
Fred hates anything status quo, or that makes him like everyone else. School uniforms, especially. If he can, as soon as possible, he's NOT wearing it. But when he is, his tie is never tied correctly, or there is some accessory that makes it different, so he doesn't feel lost in a crowd. He wears jeans, and sneakers, most of the time. T-shirts, hoodies, sweaters, studded belts. He dresses a bit like a punk most of the time. But Fred always has something askew, and never looks quite put together, even when wearing dress robes, or nice clothing. His choices of clothing, carries his eccentric nature with it. He likes to be different. Sometimes he tries, others he doesn't have to.
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Social Status»» [/b]
Fred is enigmatic, and has this ability to draw people to him without even trying. Maybe it's because he's so eccentric and interesting, but most people are nervous or scared off by his ability to shock their sensibilities with his actions or radical ideas. More often on purpose. He's one of the most accepting TOR activists. Unlike James, he doesn't hate anyone, a house, or such on principle. He hates people separately for personality, or personal reasons. He doesn't care where he stands in the social standing, as long as people know he is not just another Weasley. Which he does a pretty good job of spelling out for everyone.
His teachers seem him as an eccentric punk, who is only really interested in learning what is interesting to him. He doesn't put an effort into his studies, but is capable of high level magic, and extremely intelligent.
The Order Resurrected.
Career Goal»» [/b]
To become a great inventor&change social order.
Taken Courses&Grades»» [/b]
- Muggle Studies :: A
- Transfiguration :: E
- Potions :: A
- Charms :: O
- Care of Magical Creatures :: A
- Defense Against the Dark Arts :: E
Favorite Classes»» [/b]
Muggle Studies. Why, because it's all about what Fred doesn't know and wants to. It's as simple as that. Like Arthur Weasley, he's inherited a great curiosity of all things Muggle, how it works, how they live, etc.
Hated Classes»» [/b]
Since, well he's already been able to drop the classes he least likes such as Herbology, and History of Magic, he doesn't have a hated class anymore. But he found Herbology utterly boring, and saw no point in being so stuck in the past with History of Magic, even when he was interested in who invented what and how what came to be. That didn't happen often enough for his tastes.
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Mom: Angelina Johnson Weasley
Dad: George Weasley
Paternal Grandmother: Molly Kathleen Weasley I
Paternal Grandfather: Arthur Weasley
Younger Sister: Roxanne Tonks Weasley
Aunts: Ginerva Molly Weasley Potter
Hermione Jean Granger Weasley
Fleur Isabelle Delacour Weasley
Harry James Potter
Ronald Bilius Weasley
Percy Ignatius Weasley
Fred Gideon Weasley I(deceased)
William Arthur "Bill" Weasley
All my cousins in order of seniority.
Victoire Jacqueline Weasley 21
James Sirius Potter 16
Dominique Nicole Weasley 16
Rose Hermione Weasley 15
Albus Severus Potter 15
Molly Kathleen Weasley II 15
Louis Weasley 14
Lucy Artisan Weasley
Lily Luna Potter 13
- George Weasley never got over the death of his twin brother. He moved on, had a life, turned Weasley's Wizard Wheezes into a roaring money making success. One person who was also close to Fred was Angelina. If you'll remember she attended the Yule Ball with him, and they were on the same Quidditch team. In grief they had leaned on each other, and through this support and understanding of the man both had lost they fell in love. At first both felt guilty to find happiness with each other, while Fred was dead, but soon realized this is what Fred would have wanted. For them both to move on and be happy, even if it was with one another. George Weasley married Angelina Johnson. Not long after, George announced proudly to his parents that their second grandchild was coming. The family was ecstatic.
On January 8th the year 2004, George and Angelina Weasley were blessed with their first child, the second Weasley grandchild. A son, who in honor of his late twin brother was named Fred Gideon Weasley the second, and they both cried bittersweet tears. It was their way of never letting Fred be forgotten,even after his own death. As Fred grew it was obvious, he was a clever, curious child, who didn't seem afraid of anything. He would drag out everything, and tear it apart as soon as he could find a way to get his hands on it. He grew up listening to everyone's tales of the past, not that he didn't find most of it interesting..... The first time around. He often joined his father at work, and spent time trying to help his father come up with new ideas for the shop. Experimenting and inventing. This was where Fred found his niche. His room is more of a workshop with pieces or things and projects scattered every which way and beware if you even touch it. His cousins learned long ago to never leave thier new toys around Fred, because some way or another he would have to find out how it worked. Fred is extremely close to his grandfather, and they often talk about the things Muggles come up with.
But you see at a young age, with more cousins coming, a namesake to 'live up to', Fred realized if he wanted to be seen as someone different, as his own person, he would have to start now. He began to see inventing as a way of distinguishing himself to the world. Every time one of his family members found their niche, Fred shied away from it. Example was when James was Seeker, Fred never wanted to play that position, in fact for a while he quit Quidditch all together, before he realized he liked it too much to do it. When Rose made it clear she was a brainiac, Fred didn't see a point in studying so hard things he'd never use and wasn't interested in. And this continued. Sometimes Fred went out of his way to make sure he was nothing like his cousins or his family.
This didn't change when it was time to enter Hogwarts. Fred hated when 'Weasley' was tossed at him, and clearly saw no difference between him and the next one. He was going to make them see it.
On the train his first year, Fred met Madeline, and they became fast friends. She was odd, different, interesting, everything he thought was awesome. They were both sad when they weren't sorted into the same house, but that didn't stop them from practically becoming attached at the hip. She was muggle born, and knew nothing of this 'Weasley/Potter' Legacy, so she saw him as merely Fred, which was all he wanted. He told her everything, and had thought she had confided in him as well. Little did he know those things that made Madeline so interesting to Fred, had made her the favorite target of many malicious bullies in her house. Years past, and he had noticed a few things odd about how Madeline was acting, sure when girls made a comment he defended her, not knowing this only made it worse, because he was another reason they bullied her. They were jealous that the strange girl was friends with a handsome boy. Times when she acted distant, sad, or different, Fred always asked, but she brushed it off, and he never pressed. He never pressed.
He had no idea how much later he'd come to regret not pressing.
He remembers it. The exact moment. The month. The day. Because he's played it over and over in his head, looking for signs he missed, or things he could have done. It was his 5th year. The day they told him his best friend was dead. Her life taken by her own hand. Fred blamed himself, how could he not see the signs? He was her best friend and somehow he'd failed her. That year was the worst for Fred. He closed himself off, angry at himself, and sunk into a depression that had his family worried. It took quite some time for Fred to become anything close to 'normal'. He still doesn't let others in, he battles them off with a friendly smile, and meaningless talk. It's been over a year. He hasn't had a best friend since.
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