Full Name: Rose Jean Weasley
Year: Sixth Year
Birthday: September 1st
Blood Status: Half-Blood
Sexual Orientation: Bicurious
Relationship Status: Taken by Him
Likes: Books, Piano, Flying, Schedules, Treacle Tarts
Dislikes: Unwanted Attention, Cruelty towards humanity and animals, Assholes
Wand: 10 3/4”, Dragon Heartstring, Cedar, unyielding
- History Of Magic
- Defense Against The Dark Arts
Pets: Kitten named Minnie
Boggart: Spotlight following her everywhere she goes.
Mirror of Erised: Rose as a successful, charismatic goddess. Basically flawless.
Amortentia: roses, firewood, old parchment
Rose resembles her mother in many ways, she’s smart and brave and always prepared, and she thinks ahead and plans everything out. That’s probably Rose’s biggest problem, she just doesn’t do surprises. Embarrassment is something that’s haunted her since her first year being known as the famous daughter who was a bad luck magnet. She was caught cheating on a big test because her nerves got the best of her, and in her third year she blew the most important quidditch match for her team, she’s the clumsiest person in the school making her famous for things other than her parents. So in result the red head tries to protect herself as much as she can, she needs a plan A and B for everything she does and actually schedules her plans, because knowing her, anything could go wrong. Rose is one to avoid spotlight, even the awkward birthday song is ten times worse for the girl. She’d give up the spotlight to anyone just to prevent doing something senseless in front of everyone Even though she brings mayhem wherever she goes Rose never has much trouble fitting in, it’s hard not to like her quirky personality and her loyalty to everyone she loves. She truly is brave when it comes to the little things, but it is her bravery and mindless curiosity that kills her in the end, so she forced herself to tone it down. She’s over protective of everything now, her younger brother, her things and her friends, and the innocence and childish traits she has are shadowed sometimes by her need to be in charge of everything. Rose jumps back and forth on how she is and how she feels she needs to be making her confused about her actual morals and who she truly is, and that’s the most embarrassing thing of all.