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Maybe that's why everyone always said Fred and George instead of George and Fred...


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Welcome to the post-DH discussion of the Weasley twins. Previous discussion without spoilers can be found here: Fred & George Weasley: Character Analysis

1. How do you think Fred and George reacted to the consequences of Draco's use of their Peruvian Darkness Powder in HBP?
I actually never thought about it. I bet F&G were mad and made a vow (not an unbreakable one!) to never sell any product to enemies, especially Death Eaters and dark wizards!
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2. Fred and George played some rather cruel jokes earlier in the series, do you feel that they have matured since then? Do you believe they regret some of their earlier actions?
Yes, I think they have matured and know what kind of audience to play jokes on. I don't know if they regret anything they do, though, since it leads them to where they are and running a joke shop is what they want to do!
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3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?
It's typical of the twins.
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4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly? Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?
I think they understood the danger, but the idea of doing something like this was probably very tempting and thought of that more than the danger.
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5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?
George will continue the joke shop without Fred, because he'll realize that's what Fred wants him to do (and Rowling tells us Ron helps him out, so yeah...). George will never be fully whole again, but he'll learn to cope.


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1. How do you think Fred and George reacted to the consequences of Draco's use of their Peruvian Darkness Powder in HBP?
I'm sure they probably felt guilty that it was used in such a manner, but I'll bet that made them tighten security on their products and their shop. They probably were more conscientious of who they sold their products to.

2. Fred and George played some rather cruel jokes earlier in the series, do you feel that they have matured since then? Do you believe they regret some of their earlier actions?
Yes I do think they have matured since then. They still play jokes and still provide the humor of the series, but their antics are more geared toward alleviating the darkness in the world by providing laughs. Once Voldemort was gaining strength they put their energy into trying to keep things lighthearted in spite of the danger they all faced.

3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?
I loved it! I thought it was great, and I thought it was appropriate - they let him know what a prat he was, but they also let him know they still loved him as a brother.

4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly? Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?
I thought it was brave, and the right thing to do considering how strongly they believed in the Order. I'm sure they did consider the consequences of their actions, but I also think they were a bit like Sirius (though not quite to that degree) - quicker to act rashly than to stop and think. I do think the loss of George's ear might have shown them the danger they were in, but at the same time they were still able to joke about it.

5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?
I can't imagine the pain George would be going through at the loss of his twin brother! There's nothing to do but move forward, I think. He'll likely continue the shop to honor Fred, probably with the help of Lee Jordan.


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3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?
I believe that they were happy to see Percy return. I mean his loyalties were no longer in question. And no matter how many jokes were played, or the fights they had, could ever sever their love for each other.

4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly? Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?No I dont believe they acted rashly by joing the OotP. They had been considering it since book five. Most of their family was already in it. I think they would have felt ashamed if they hadent.
And even though they joined the Order, I do believe it really frighted and unnerved Fred and George when George lost his ear. I think the twins always had a sort of "invulnerability" sense about them, and Georges injury really brought their mortality and love for each other to the forefront.

5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?
Fred and George were some of my favorite characters and I cant even imagine how the loss of his twin affected him. I imagine he was devestated and in shock for ages, then sadness took over. I can imagine him not wanting to continue the shop but then changing his mind, because he knew thats what Fred would have wanted.


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1. How do you think Fred and George reacted to the consequences of Draco's use of their Peruvian Darkness Powder in HBP?

They would have been majorly peeved off and felt guilty that something they had created ended up aiding Malfoy in the task of killing Dumbledore.

2. Fred and George played some rather cruel jokes earlier in the series, do you feel that they have matured since then? Do you believe they regret some of their earlier actions?

They've matured, definitely. They don't want to create jokes to humiliate people, more to create happiness in those dark and dangerous times.

3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?

Perfect. They were probably the ones in the family who had the most horrible things to say about Percy when he left. They also weren't very close with Percy, but then you see them accepting him, and of course reminding him how stupid he had been.

4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly? Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?

They knew the danger they had embarked on, they weren't naive. They knew there was a good chance that they could die, but the main thing was that they wouldn't sitback and watch their family and friends die - they had to help. The loss of George's ear definitely made the danger more real for them, but they reacted in the best possible way .

5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?

There's no way I could imagine the loss of a twin. It's one of those things that is too horrible to think of. I always thought Fred was the most domineering twin in the duo, so I think George will have lost greatly. His friends and family would definitely bethere for him, making him stronger.


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5. One of the things I like about the twins (well, all the Weasleys, really) is their toughness. When George has had his ear lopped off and narrowly escaped death, he doesn't stop for a moment to pity himself or to complain, he goes straight into making silly jokes. Fred doesn't symapthise or mollycoddle: he shows his affection by the same lightheartedness and humour. They're survivors. They look forward, not back. George is going to find it incredibly tough but he'll be OK in the end. He will get through. What would Fred have wanted? He'd have wanted George, left alone, to have twice the fun and cause twice the trouble.
Ear Ear! I agree completely agree with you. i love the way you said that "twice the fun, twice the trouble"

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One more thing - did anybody ever notice any striking differences between Fred and George. To me they always seemed pretty similar, but Rowling appartently thinks George was more outgoing. Anyone get a sense of this?
I reread the series after I read J.K.'s interview, and I remember that point sticking out to me because althought I loved the twins I never really saw a huge difference between them. The only thing I did notice was that Fred did speak out a little more than George, he was usually the first twin to say things.


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One of my friends had mentioned that Fred was supposed to be the funnier twin in the books....i guess i never really noticed becoz i sort of considered them as almost the same person but now that i reread the books i did realize that Fred usually has most of the punch lines....


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One of my friends had mentioned that Fred was supposed to be the funnier twin in the books....i guess i never really noticed becoz i sort of considered them as almost the same person but now that i reread the books i did realize that Fred usually has most of the punch lines....
Next to being the funniest was Fred also the most daring of them both, he seemed to take the lead and George was content to follow. Although I think that was mostly when they were among other people.


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Fred and George knew what they were facing, when they were in the DA. When they saw Percy, they weren't going to hug and kiss him, were they....just throw a joke or two at him. When Fred died, and Percy fell apart, at that point, he realised how much he'd missed them, and he'd lost that, forever.
How will George be without Fred......they're twins, identical twins.....it would be like cutting off your right arm.


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I wonder if George will treat his son (Fred) like he would treat his brother. Sirius was quite a few times accused of pretending Harry was James. Does anyone else think that George will see little Fred as a replacement of his brother? Or will their only be a father/son relationship?


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One of my friends had mentioned that Fred was supposed to be the funnier twin in the books....i guess i never really noticed becoz i sort of considered them as almost the same person but now that i reread the books i did realize that Fred usually has most of the punch lines....
Fred does seem to be the one with the most jokes. I was reading one of the books a while ago and almost every single joke is made by Fred! I also used to consider them to be one person, but I'm starting to see some differences now. Fred seems to be the one with the most jokes and also a bit more ... rash about things. George is usually the one who is reasonable out of the two twins. Like in GoF George was the one who said that what Fred wanted to do was blackmail. When Mrs. Weasley comes to tell her children that Mr. Weasley is all right (this was after Nagini bit Mr. Weasley), George and Ginny are the ones to get up and hug Mrs. Weasley.

I think George is the twin with the softer and more sensible side.

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I wonder if George will treat his son (Fred) like he would treat his brother. Sirius was quite a few times accused of pretending Harry was James. Does anyone else think that George will see little Fred as a replacement of his brother? Or will their only be a father/son relationship?
It's likely that he'll get his son confused with his twin, but I think eventually he will see the difference. But I could imagine George teaching his son many mischevious things!


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I've been reading in DH again and I noticed how much practical magic Fred and George really do in this book. In the previous books it was pretty clear that they excelled at charms (their joke shop) but now we could see how good they were at transformation. Molly was always so disapproving of them not graduating and not having enough O.W.L.S, I think they really showed their multiple talents during DH.


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1. How do you think Fred and George reacted to the consequences of Draco's use of their Peruvian Darkness Powder in HBP?
Well, they sold it to him right? I mean it seemed like the products that were more of a defensive nature were kept in back where one of the twins would have to escort you back to a more mature section of the store. So, I don't really know how they would have felt about it.

2. Fred and George played some rather cruel jokes earlier in the series, do you feel that they have matured since then? Do you believe they regret some of their earlier actions?
Yes, I think they probably matured a bit. Enough to run their own business, yet they were selling things that would cause kids to go out and make immature jokes on others. I think it is funny. I feel like they would be (well at least George) that sort of uncle that never really grew up. The one that would ask you to pull his finger and then fart.

3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?
I think they were both surprised, but I think they really did love their brother and that is why they were so angered by his abandonment. Fred was the first Weasley to speak to him and also the first one to reach out his hand. I loved that it was one of the Twins and specifically Fred because of what happens later. But, the fact that it was one of the Twins was great because they had for so long made fun of Percy and kept him in check.

4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly? Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?
I think most definitely they knew they could die. They were there when Sirius said "There are things worth dieing for". They knew the consequences and I don't think it was a rash decision on their part at all. No, to the question about George's ear. I think they knew before they got involved. I think more than anything they were both happy that he was alive.

5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?
Well from the quote from Jo we know that Ron helped him for awhile at the joke shop. I know that most twins share a special bond all their life and I think it is so upsetting to think that George had to spend the rest of his life without his twin. I think their will always be a part of him missing. I am sure he eventually got back to being his funny self, but I don't think he would ever be fully right without Fred.


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This is fantastic!! George Weasley had two children -- a boy and a girl, according to JKR, and named the boy after his brother!
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1. How do you think Fred and George reacted to the consequences of Draco's use of their Peruvian Darkness Powder in HBP?

They were prolly annoyed and somewhat guilt-stricken over the idea. Of course, they had no way of knowing their merchandise would be used in such a way, because there definitely could have been good uses of the powder - it could have potentially saved someone's life, even. And in the end, it wasn't the only thing that contributed to Draco's succes in getting the Death Eaters in; so many little factors came into play, too. But I'm sure after this they watched more carefully who bought their products.

2. Fred and George played some rather cruel jokes earlier in the series, do you feel that they have matured since then? Do you believe they regret some of their earlier actions?

They might have regretted a few things here and there, but not much, IMO. Most of the jokes they played on people were received in good humour, so they really were just pranksters. Of course, there were certain incidents like the vanishing cabinets that definitely weren't received with laughs, but I do think the twins eventually grew out of that when they left Hogwarts. They started using their humour to lift people's spirits in dark times, and even had some inventive products that were truly helpful (like the products the Ministry bought off them).

3. What do you think of the twins reaction to Percy's return in DH?

I thought it was great. They were the quickest to say bad things about Percy when he left, but they were also the quickest to take him back in when he returned. I love that they could look past all the troubles they went through in the previous years and joke with Percy. Shows how the twins really lived for the moment and not the past.

4. What do you think of the twins decision to join the Order and the fight at Hogwarts? Did they consider the consequences of their actions or were they acting rashly?

I think they knew fully well what they were getting themselves into when they went to fight. They were definitely of age by that point, and despite not having finished their education at Hogwarts, they were really quite skilled: just look at all they were capable of creating for their joke shop. I think it was nice that they went to help fight.

Do you think George's loss of an ear made them understand the danger more than they did before?

Probably, yes - before that, they'd escaped everything pretty much unhurt, and so this brutal injury would be a snap back to reality. Though at the same time as scaring them, it probably gave them more of a will to fight back.

Though this moment was a beautiful one for the twins (especially George): losing an ear and that much blood would definitely traumatize some people, and they'd go on and on about it for days, wallowing in self-pity. But George woke and cracked a joke about it. He didn't pity himself, he didn't let it ruin his life, he moved on instantly and found some humour in it. That takes a lot of strength of character to do, and I admire him so much for it. I mean, I loved the twins before, but after DH they really became two of my favourites, right after the Marauders.

5. How do you think George will cope with the loss of Fred? Will he continue the joke shop without his twin?

He would definitely continue the joke shop, and we know that from Jo herself. As I mentioned with the ear incident, George was capable of moving on and spreading humour despite his own losses, and that was an amazing thing about him. The loss of Fred would be the most devastating thing that could ever happen to him, and of course it would be loads more difficult to get past than losing his ear, but I'm sure George would pull through. He certainly did move on enough to have a life (have a wife and kids), and I'm sure that's what Fred would have wanted.

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Has anyone posted what JKR says on the ITV special?

http://www.tvcatchup.com/watch/14856/

To paraphrase: People write to JKR asking if George is going to be all right after the death of Fred, but she doesn't think he would be. George marries Angelina, who is Fred's ex. JKR doesn't think that is very healthy, but she thought George would be happy, or as happy as he could be without his twin.

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Has anyone posted what JKR says on the ITV special?

http://www.tvcatchup.com/watch/14856/

To paraphrase: People write to JKR asking if George is going to be all right after the death of Fred, but she doesn't think he would be. George marries Angelina, who is Fred's ex. JKR doesn't think that is very healthy, but she thought George would be happy, or as happy as he could be without his twin.

Fred has two children with Angelina, as seen on this chart from the Official Site.


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Fred does seem to be the one with the most jokes. I was reading one of the books a while ago and almost every single joke is made by Fred! I also used to consider them to be one person, but I'm starting to see some differences now. Fred seems to be the one with the most jokes and also a bit more ... rash about things. George is usually the one who is reasonable out of the two twins. Like in GoF George was the one who said that what Fred wanted to do was blackmail. When Mrs. Weasley comes to tell her children that Mr. Weasley is all right (this was after Nagini bit Mr. Weasley), George and Ginny are the ones to get up and hug Mrs. Weasley.

I think George is the twin with the softer and more sensible side.
I wholeheartedly agree with that. George is also the twin who tries to give Harry back his Tri-Wizard winnings at the ending of GoF, and the one who says one of my favourite quotes: 'You haven't got a letter on yours, ' George observed,'I suppose she thinks you don't forget your name. But we're not stupid - we know we're called Gred and Forge.'


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To paraphrase: People write to JKR asking if George is going to be all right after the death of Fred, but she doesn't think he would be. George marries Angelina, who is Fred's ex. JKR doesn't think that is very healthy, but she thought George would be happy, or as happy as he could be without his twin.
It doesn't strike me as very healthy that Angelina on her part marries George...I wonder does she marry him in order to feel closer to Fred? I'm glad that he can be somewhat happy, but I doubt that he'd ever be the same George as he was when Fred was alive, especially as he seems to be the more sensitive of the twins.


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