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Seventh Year Ravenclaw
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Molly Weasley
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WEASLEY, Molly Minerva

on Thu Jun 25, 2015 12:16 am



FULL NAME: Molly Minerva Weasley

NICKNAMES:  Junior – a name some of her cousins are prone to calling her.

AGE: Turning 17 on October 1st – Going into seventh.

ALLEGIANCE: Potter’s Army – because that’s what a Weasley should do, right?

HOGWARTS HOUSE: Hoping for permission to make her a Ravenclaw.

CLASSES: Potions and Transfiguration.

WAND: Ivy, Augurey feather, twelve inches, brittle.

PLAY BY: Kaya Scodelario


HAIR COLOUR: Dark brunette.

EYE COLOUR: Jewel-blue.

COMPARATIVE HEIGHT: A bit tall for a girl her age.


GENERAL APPEARANCE: Molly has her mother’s dark hair and blue eyes, though she has the scrawny figure of her father. Her thin nose is slightly upturned, and she has fairly large eyes. She has a small indent on her forehead, a beauty mark she has always had, and freckles lightly dapple her cheeks. She is a good few inches taller than most girls her age. Her most distinctive feature is her smile, an upturned, mischievous grin that barely lights up her eyes. It is a strange gaze that makes people feel vulnerable. She has been said to look similar to Roxanne Weasley.

Molly has varying degrees of styles. Sometimes, she will pull her hair into two braids, or let the curls run wild. On rare occasions, she has been known to straighten her hair. She has done everything from putting on light makeup, rimming her eyes with dark eyeliner, or leaving makeup off entirely. Her favorite sort of outfit consists of either ripped shorts or jeans, a loose top, leather, boots, and some exposed skin.

She tends to really only care about looking good in the start of the day. That’s when she bothers to put any sort of effort into how she looks. Once she’s out of the house, though, she stops caring. That’s why it isn’t uncommon to see her with smeared makeup, or messed up hair. Because she honestly couldn’t be fussed to maintain her looks.


+Easily bored
+Focused on aesthetics

+The Pursuit of Pleasure
+People who don’t care too much
+Music and Mix Tapes
+Most animals
+Muggle technology

-Mystery novels
-Most authority titles
-Formal parties
-Soap operas
-Preteen culture
-Most of the Ministry’s decisions, as of late

+She’s been told her photography is nice. She would like to do something with it.
+She wants to travel, see the tragedy in the world.

She has a habit for picking up mystery novels and detective stories and thoroughly hating them. She’s typically very good at figuring out the plot before the end. It isn’t uncommon for her to say “The game hunter” or “the old neighbor” within the first few chapters of reading the book.

BOGGART: Molly doesn't have many fears, which sort of scares her in itself. She is frightened by the idea of being trapped or restrained, so a Boggart might appear in the form of a man with a rope.

PATRONUS: Her first music festival with Margo, at the end of her fourth year, was the first time Molly felt like she was strong and had a special place in the world. She met musicians and made friends and had a hand at being independent and on her own time. It had been lovely and she has loved music festivals ever since. Her patronus takes the shape of a maned wolf, though she struggles to produce it.


She was so on edge at Durmstrang after she had seen the full affects of cruelty being exacted on Reid Dixon. She had done what she could, but nothing could undo such torment, and she could not forget how much she allowed to happen underneath her nose. So when Reid Dixon, a week after the incident, sat in front of her in class and she saw a ruby-red gash across his sixth finger, she could not ignore the irony that the evidence was now literally underneath her nose. She burst into tears, in the middle of class, hyperventilating and unable to speak. Apologies came out of her strangled throat as a student was asked to escort her out and to the hospital wing, but she couldn't tell if Reid knew how much she meant it.

VERITASERUM: Everything she knows about Reid Dixon is a closely guarded secret.

MIRROR OF ERISED: She can honestly say she has no idea.


As an ISTP, your primary mode of living is focused internally, where you deal with things rationally and logically. Your secondary mode is external, where you take things in via your five senses in a literal, concrete fashion.

ISTPs have a compelling drive to understand the way things work. They're good at logical analysis, and like to use it on practical concerns. They typically have strong powers of reasoning, although they're not interested in theories or concepts unless they can see a practical application. They like to take things apart and see the way they work.

ISTPs have an adventuresome spirit. They are attracted to motorcycles, airplanes, sky diving, surfing, etc. They thrive on action, and are usually fearless. ISTPs are fiercely independent, needing to have the space to make their own decisions about their next step. They do not believe in or follow rules and regulations, as this would prohibit their ability to "do their own thing". Their sense of adventure and desire for constant action makes ISTPs prone to becoming bored rather quickly.

ISTPs are loyal to their causes and beliefs, and are firm believers that people should be treated with equity and fairness. Although they do not respect the rules of the "System", they follow their own rules and guidelines for behavior faithfully. They will not take part in something which violates their personal laws. ISTPs are extremely loyal and faithful to their "brothers".

ISTPs like and need to spend time alone, because this is when they can sort things out in their minds most clearly. They absorb large quantities of impersonal facts from the external world, and sort through those facts, making judgments, when they are alone.

ISTPs are action-oriented people. They like to be up and about, doing things. They are not people to sit behind a desk all day and do long-range planning. Adaptable and spontaneous, they respond to what is immediately before them. They usually have strong technical skills, and can be effective technical leaders. They focus on details and practical things. They have an excellent sense of expediency and grasp of the details which enables them to make quick, effective decisions.

ISTPs avoid making judgments based on personal values - they feel that judgments and decisions should be made impartially, based on the fact. They are not naturally tuned in to how they are affecting others. They do not pay attention to their own feelings, and even distrust them and try to ignore them, because they have difficulty distinguishing between emotional reactions and value judgments. This may be a problem area for many ISTPs.

An ISTP who is over-stressed may exhibit rash emotional outbursts of anger, or on the other extreme may be overwhelmed by emotions and feelings which they feel compelled to share with people (often inappropriately). An ISTP who is down on themself will foray into the world of value judgments - a place which is not natural for the ISTP - and judge themself by their inability to perform some task. They will then approach the task in a grim emotional state, expecting the worst.

ISTPs are excellent in a crisis situations. They're usually good athletes, and have very good hand-eye coordination. They are good at following through with a project, and tying up loose ends. They usually don't have much trouble with school, because they are introverts who can think logically. They are usually patient individuals, although they may be prone to occasional emotional outbursts due to their inattention to their own feelings.

ISTPs have a lot of natural ability which makes them good at many different kinds of things. However, they are happiest when they are centered in action-oriented tasks which require detailed logical analysis and technical skill. They take pride in their ability to take the next correct step.


FATHER: Percy Weasley.

MOTHER: Audrey Weasley, nee Smythe.


Lucy Weasley, 15.

Lucy and Molly get along well enough for sisters, but the two were incredibly different. Lucy was the baby, which meant she was notorious for being spoiled and dramatic. Lucy could be catty and often bickered with her mother, even though she also happened to be Audrey's favorite. The two acted like best friends, but Molly sort of suspected that Lucy just knew how to work their mother. The two don't interact much at Hogwarts.


Beverly Pearse

Molly has always been a wanderer. She was the child who almost consistently disappeared when taken out. Her parents never really agreed to let her wander as she please, but she soon found she was given an allowance to catch the Knight Bus. She met Beverly the summer before her sixth year and they have become good friends(with-benefits) ever since. The two both care for people while retaining questionable morals, and they both love to seek a life full of excitement and pleasure.

Margo Richards

Margo had tried so hard their first year to be friends. Molly found Margo to be one of the stupidest, most vapid creatures she had ever met. She was the laughingstock of the Ravenclaw house, supposedly only getting sorted there because of familial ties. Molly finally managed to shake Margo and left for her second year exchange trip to Durmstrang. She came back changed, sensitive to the needs of others. Margo, now thirteen, still had that silly demeanor, but Molly now noticed how small the girl seemed when her housemates snickered at her. So, Molly aligned with the girl. And even though Margo sometimes did exasperate her, Molly would beat someone senseless if they ever hurt her.


Reid Dixon

No matter how much time has passed or how much distance exists between them, Molly cannot deny that the boy still has a strange hold on her. He is the reminder to be kind, observant, and thoughtful. She knows how deeply she failed him, how wronged by the world he was, and how the repercussions are lasting. Her failure has caused horrible consequences and she still wishes there were some way for her to make it up to him.

Erika Dixon

Because she so poorly handled Reid's torment, Molly has made a secret mission of protecting his sister, Erika. Molly even went as far as to threaten Henri Finch - she had no idea whether or not it was her threats, but Henri seemed to have backed off. Erika doesn't exactly have friends, but Molly tries to make a point of sitting next to her in classes and in the common room, trying to send the quiet message that she had an ally in Molly Weasley.

Roxanne Weasley

Who's surprised? Roxi has moved on from Dom, has lost track of Lily. But Molly seems to be just fine with tagging along. What she doesn't realize is that Molly has been warned, has figured out Roxi's game. So she is collecting the necessary evidence to send Roxanne packing.

BLOOD STATUS:  Halfblood.


SOCIAL STATUS: Middle-to-Upper Middle class

A barn owl named Bo


EARLY YEARS: Molly Weasley was the firstborn to Percy and Audrey Weasley. Percy had always wanted a son to be his heir, but his wife had a stricter rule that she would have two children and that was it. Molly got him a little bit frightened, though he did find certain joys in raising a daughter. There was less for him to do with a daughter, as a lot of the growing-up wisdom would have to come from his wife. However, he had read in a book somewhere that female children absorbed information at a slightly higher rate, so he put this theory to test by pumping Molly full of wizarding history, classical music, scientific trivia, and Ministry know-how. He even had flash cards made up. The whole thing, however, was a bit mechanical. Still, it seemed to work. She was early on all of her benchmarks. Except for speaking.

Molly found the ability to speak about the six months of age, but kept the few words she knew to herself until she was about nine months old. Despite her growing vocabulary, she only ever told her parents ‘maybe’ for the first few months. She almost seemed to enjoy defiantly refusing to repeat words they prompted her with. Even then, she had a very particular smile. Knowing eyes, curved lips – like she knew something her parents didn’t.

Eventually, she began speaking, but always preferred silence or short prompts to full sentences. When her sister was born, the differences were night and day. Lucy was talkative and felt easily. She cried and laughed and screamed with ease, whereas her sister rarely did. She did not pick up Percy’s teaching as well, and his Ministry schedule was too busy for him to keep up a lost cause. Lucy was more playful and more vocal. Audrey once referred to Molly as her Pride, and Lucy as her Joy when they were children.

In her primary education, Molly received good marks. She was rarely in trouble, did not make enemies, and even had childhood friends. Which was cool, she supposed. At home, she stuck to reading and artistic endeavors and tried to stay out of her family's notice. She was rather successful, considering.

HOGWARTS YEARS: Her family was pleased when she was sorted into Ravenclaw, as that must have meant she had some potential - Percy was counting on her to be the daughter that went into the Ministry, like him. For all intents and purposes, she was a pretty normal student during her first year of school. Some of her cousins were already at Hogwarts, and she established friendly enough acquaintanceships, so she had a normal enough social life for an eleven year old, even if it did lack some depth. Most of her first year was spent exploring the castle and trying to get Margo Richards to hate her enough to leave her alone.

Because nothing spectacular had happened to her, she asked to do a study abroad program her second year. Her parents were a bit off put, thinking her a tad young, but when she reminded them how good that would sound in an interview, they relented and let her go.

She enjoyed Durmstrang, as it was somewhere to explore. No one really took to her, considering she was from a British family of blood traitors. She managed to avoid getting harassed and moved about relatively unscathed. She found her class partner ended up being a boy by the name of Reid Dixon, who seemed incapable of lightening up or responding to her humor. And she knew she was funny. So, she took to lightly teasing the boy, finding that having some sort of dynamic was better than nothing. And it was harmless.

So when she found Reid being tortured by school bullies, something within her broke. She punished the bullies everytime she saw them, with glares and attempts to trip them, snide remarks. She went to the Headmaster and was laughed at. Hazing was apart of Durmstrang culture - she was being too sensitive. But she had seen the look on Reid Dixon's face. She had been the one to lay in bed at night, remembering every playful taunt and tease and how she must have seen just as bad as his bullies, seeing the signs of harassment that she had not responded to. Of course she was being sensitive to the issue, she was at fault.

Reid would not let her make it up to him. She guessed that he was thinking the same thing she was thinking - how did you make up for something like that?

At twelve years old, Molly saw how cruel people could be. She realized that the world was not a comfortable, protective place, but one in which people stepped on the weaker to get ahead. She also realized how mere observation, looking for people who needed help, could make some sort of difference. And words, the things she had never paid much mind to, could very well be used as weapons. At twelve years old, Molly Weasley became very careful about the affect she had on people.

She tried to write Reid letters, but only managed a few as she was too riddled by guilt and shame to commit to it. She went back to Hogwarts and almost immediately noticed with how much displeasure Margo Richards was treated. She had learned her lesson with Reid and spoke out for Margo in the best way possible - she became her friend. If Margo ever noticed why they were friends, she never said it. It was an exhausting friendship, as Margo was loud and inquisitive, lacking common sense. But Margo was also loyal and sweet, and had the strangest, most spontaneous wit Molly had ever encountered.

At thirteen and fourteen, Molly began to become more rebellious. During the summers, she snuck out of the house at odd hours, going off for long walks and exploring seedy parts of town with a camera she had purchased from a thrift store in tow. Music blasted though her headphones and she got comfortable nodding pleasantly to strangers on her way to wherever she was headed. Her first boyfriend Evan taught her to french kiss and smoke cigarettes. She and Margo snuck into theme parks and onto boats on the piers. Despite their personality differences, Lucy was always cool about her adventures, and never spilled the beans to her parents - though she would wear a smug look that told Molly that her secret was out any time Lucy decided to punish her.

Her school years continued along this vein. She did well in school, she dated, she enjoyed life. Before her fifth year, she and Margo went to a musical festival, inspiring a new excitement in Molly's life. These festivals were about expression, full of interesting strangers, and had a relatively accepting environment. She could take pictures, meet people, get lost in music. It was the perfect way to forget sense of self and feel all that the world had to offer.

Going into her seventh year, she just wants to survive. She knows that the world does not get any kinder outside of the walls of the castle, but with all of that cruelty spread widely, she felt like it must have been more thin, less apparent. Perhaps there's some cure, some magical way that people can stop being so shitty. She hopes to find it.



ALSO KNOWN AS: Hello, my name is Jackles, and let me tell you a little story.

RP EXPERIENCE: I've written in this section 50+ times. Really. Molly will be my 53rd character, total.

HOW YOU FOUND US:  It's been five years since PA became my RP home. There's been times when real life took me away but I always came back.

MAIN CHARACTER: It all began with Jack Dyllan.

CHARACTER PURPOSE: And it won't end here. I love canons, I love angst, and she's going to do some real boss exploring.



Seventh Year Ravenclaw
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Re: WEASLEY, Molly Minerva

on Fri Jun 26, 2015 1:27 am
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Re: WEASLEY, Molly Minerva

on Sun Jun 28, 2015 5:42 am
Yeah, I can see her as a Ravenclaw, though, you do realize, the Sorting Hat will probably doesn't like to sort Weasleys out of Gryffindor. jk.

Anyway, yeah. She looks good to me. 

Accepted and sorted to Ravenclaw.

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Re: WEASLEY, Molly Minerva

on Sun Jun 28, 2015 5:46 am
They are also good at exasperating the hat, so it works. XD

Thanks so much!
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