5 Reasons Why Ron Weasley is the Greatest Gryffindor Ever

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August 01, 2016  10:28 PM
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The Gryffindors. Brave, true, the supposed heroes of Hogwarts and all of magic in Harry Potter. But who is the greatest Gryffindor of them all? Who truly embodies what Godric Gryffindor prized above all? Is it Harry Potter, the Boy Who Lived? Hermione Granger, the greatest witch of her age? Perhaps Neville Longbottom, the quiet savior. Better yet, Minerva McGonagall or Albus Dumbledore, with long storied careers as professors at Godric’s prized school.

Nope. It’s Ronald Weasley.

The constant screw-up. Second youngest (and possibly least) of the Weasleys. It seems like the only thing he has in common with Godric Gryffindor is his hair matches the House color. Why should he receive the title of greatest Gryffindor?

Well, to start off…

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Jack Holder is a longtime fan of fantasy in all its forms, Jack first started writing as a freshman in high school after reading Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman’s Dragonlance series. He is currently working on a Master’s degree at Boston University, as well as continuing his own fantasy prose. If you want to read it for free, check out www.arcaneinkdustries.com and thank you for reading.