Albus Dumbledore, Severus Snape, Minerva McGonagall, Rubeus Hagrid, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Fred and George Arthur Weasley have their own pages, and Peter Pettigrew is listed under Death Eater.
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Arthur Weasley's maternal grandmother is a Veela, from whom Fleur inherited her silvery-blonde hair, pale eyes, good looks, and ability to enchant men.
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Arthur Weasley's fierce, loving loyalty to her fiance earns her much respect from most of Bill's erstwhile disapproving family, especially Molly, who is finally forced to admit that their love is genuine.
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Arthur Weasley is his younger brother by some three years and the less skilled of the two; as such, he is usually left in the background while his brother basks in the glory of his comparative success.
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Arthur Weasley's Patronus takes the form of a goat, and he recounts to the trio that as a boy he fed the goats in company with his sister, Ariana.
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Arthur Weasley's tavern, according to Harry's description in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, has a faint smell of goats.
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Arthur Weasley liked Dobby and was upset to hear Bellatrix Lestrange killed him.
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Arthur Weasley has a lifelong love of cats and does "a roaring trade" in crossbred cats and Kneazles, their magical variant.
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Arthur Weasley explains to Harry that she deliberately made Harry's stays with her unpleasant so that the Dursleys would continue to send him to her, though she would have preferred to do otherwise.
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Arthur Weasley is involved in many illegal activities, yet he seems confined to relatively minor crimes, such as theft and trading stolen goods on the black market.
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Arthur Weasley is briefly mentioned in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire where following the Death Eaters attack at the Quidditch World Cup, Mundungus put in an insurance claim to the Ministry of Magic for a twelve-bedroomed tent with an en-suite jacuzzi, while in reality, he had been sleeping under a cloak propped on sticks.
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Arthur Weasley is Confunded by Snape, and gives the idea of using the Polyjuice Potion and six Potter decoys to the Order and helps with the escort of Harry from Privet Drive.
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Arthur Weasley is said never to have killed his quarry, even when permitted to do so, unless he had no other choice.
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Arthur Weasley has replaced his missing eye with a magical one that can rotate 360 degrees and see through almost everything.
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Arthur Weasley is a demanding teacher who expects students to work.
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Arthur Weasley puts up with very little, for example punishing Draco Malfoy by transforming him into a ferret to stick up for Harry when Malfoy was tormenting him.
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Arthur Weasley then prepares to kill Harry, but Dumbledore, McGonagall, and Snape stop him.
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Arthur Weasley appears at the climax of that book, arriving at the battle at the Department of Mysteries after being tipped off by Snape.
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Arthur Weasley appears with Lupin and Tonks at the very end, when they give the Dursleys a warning concerning their treatment of Harry.
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Arthur Weasley's popularity was not universal, as a mutual hatred sprang up between him and Snape.
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Arthur Weasley became Head Boy in his seventh year along with Lily as Head Girl.
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Arthur Weasley makes a final appearance at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows through the use of the Resurrection Stone.
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Arthur Weasley is described as being very pretty, with startlingly green almond-shaped eyes and thick, long, dark auburn hair.
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Arthur Weasley is first introduced in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, when he volunteers to be one of the members of the Advance Guard that escorted Harry from the Dursleys' home to Number 12, Grimmauld Place.
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Arthur Weasley is present in the scene of the fifth book when Harry is confronted about Dumbledore's Army, after Marietta Edgecombe betrays it to Dolores Umbridge.
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Arthur Weasley continues to guard the Prime Minister but is eventually forced to flee.
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Arthur Weasley later is heard preaching equal rights for Muggles and Wizards on the pirate radio programme "Potterwatch" under the pseudonym "Royal".
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Arthur Weasley despises her given name and prefers to be called by her surname alone.
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Arthur Weasley is still referred to as "Tonks" by her peers even after her marriage.
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Arthur Weasley is described as having "a pale heart-shaped face, dark twinkling eyes", and is usually depicted with different hair colours, which she can change at will.
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Arthur Weasley helps to escort Harry first from the Dursleys' house to Order headquarters, and later to the Hogwarts Express.
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Arthur Weasley leaves her for a brief period, believing that he, through their marriage, has caused her to become an outcast and their unborn child would be better off without him, but changes his mind and returns to her side after a heated argument with Harry.
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Arthur Weasley is the patriarch of the Weasleys, a family of wizards who are considered "blood traitors" by Death Eaters for their interest in the Muggle world.
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Arthur Weasley is married to Molly Weasley, with whom he has seven children, including Ron, Harry's best friend.
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Arthur Weasley is described as being tall and thin, and as having a receding hairline and horn-rimmed glasses.
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Arthur Weasley is obsessed with learning about Muggle customs and inventions and owns a large collection of mostly Muggle used items.
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Arthur Weasley's department lacks funding, and his salary is only just able to provide for a vast family, leaving his family finances precarious.
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At the beginning of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Mr Arthur Weasley is a member of the Order and accompanies Harry to his visit to the Ministry.
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Arthur Weasley is subsequently saved just in time and sent to St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries, where he fully recovers.
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Arthur Weasley changed her mind saying that she could not kill Arthur as he is one of the few good fathers in the series.
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In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Arthur Weasley has been promoted to Head of the Office for the Detection and Confiscation of Counterfeit Defensive Spells and Protective Objects.
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In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Arthur Weasley is part of the group that moves Harry from Privet Drive for the last time, accompanied by his son Fred who acted as one of the seven Potters.
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Arthur Weasley continues to work in the Ministry but all his movements are tracked.
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Arthur Weasley appears in every film except the first and is portrayed by Mark Williams.
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William Arthur "Bill" Weasley is the eldest born son of Arthur and Molly Weasley.
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When he and Mrs Arthur Weasley pay a visit to Hogwarts during the Triwizard Tournament, Fleur eyes him with "great interest".
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Arthur Weasley meets Fleur at Gringotts head office in London where she is employed at the time, giving her lessons to improve her English.
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Arthur Weasley has a broad, good-natured face, which is slightly weather-beaten and very freckly.
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Arthur Weasley's arms are muscly, and one of them has a long shiny burn.
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Arthur Weasley is the mother of seven children, including Ron Weasley, who becomes Harry Potter's best friend.
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Harry overhears Mr and Mrs Weasley arguing one night about telling Harry the truth about the supposed connection between Sirius Black and Harry; Arthur feels Harry should know the truth but Molly, feeling the truth would terrify him, assures him Harry will be perfectly safe at Hogwarts with Dumbledore's protection, and orders Percy Weasley to keep an eye on Harry at the school.
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At the beginning of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Molly and Arthur Weasley offer the Burrow as Order headquarters when Grimmauld Place is no longer safe.
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Arthur Weasley feels immensely uncomfortable with the trio's decision to drop out of Hogwarts and initially attempts to dissuade them from doing so.
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Arthur Weasley is devastated by the death of her son Fred and is pushed to the edge when Bellatrix Lestrange almost strikes Ginny with the Killing Curse.
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