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Ronan was one of the centaurs that lived in the Forbidden Forest near Hogwarts. He distrusted humans but was adamant that they should not hurt “foals”.
|Zodiac Sign||Cancer (speculative)|
Ronan was one of the Centaurs that lived in the Forbidden Forest near Hogwarts, but it is unknown how long he was a colony member.
He was already acquainted with Hagrid in May 1992 when he encountered Hagrid in the Forbidden Forest with a group of students.
Hagrid was looking for an injured unicorn. Ronan and the other Centaurs confirmed that there was something in the forest hurting unicorns, but they did not know what it was.
After they had dealt with Umbridge for her foul remarks about half-breeds, the Centaurs were still angry with Harry and Hermione.
Especially after Hermione admitted that she had led Umbridge into the forest, hoping that the Centaurs would deal with her. The Centaurs did not like the idea of being used.
While some of the Centaurs wanted to deal with Harry and Hermione as well, Ronan reminded them that they did not hurt “foals” or young.
It became a moot point when Hagrid’s giant brother Grawp wandered across their path while looking for Hagrid.
Ronan led the charge when the Centaurs joined the Battle of Hogwarts in May 1998. They broke the Death Eater ranks and made their way to the Great Hall to see the final defeat of Lord Voldemort.
Ronan Personality Type & Traits
All Centaurs are proud and, due to generations of poor treatment by wizards, are distrustful of humans who tend to treat Centaurs as inferior “magical creatures”.
But Ronan shows himself to be more even-minded than many of the other Centaurs.
He was not opposed to helping Hagrid, and he reminded his colony that it was against their beliefs to hurt the young of any species.
Ronan Zodiac Sign & Birthday
We do not know anything about Ronan’s birthday. But his personality suggests that his zodiac sign could be Cancer.
This water sign is more sensitive and caring than many others, and they respect the importance of family, history, and future generations.
They tend to be good at leading through consensus.