The first time I read the last book I cried loads when Dobby died, but when I look back at it I really have to say Fred. Percy had just joined them and everything was so happy, but the worst part is that there was no significance to his death. There were no major plot twists because of it, nothing really happened at all and that's just how it is in wars. People die and it sucks. That's why his death touched me so much, and I always read sad fanfiction about the twins when I get PMS and feel weepy.
Fred, definitely. Dobby is a close second.
Sirius Black, hands down. Or Fred. I burst into tears in the theater when Fred died.
im going to say sirius with tonks and dobby tied for second
Dobbys death was the saddest.
I think Fred and Serius's death were both extremely sad :(
Snape. I cried so much when he died in the books...
Sirius, without a doubt :( That shattered my soulllll. Next to the Weasleys he was the closest thing to a real family Harry ever had, and he was like a direct link to James, and could tell Harry stories about him and whatnot :( Also, it's just so damn hard not knowing what's behind that veil!!
Dobby or Fred. I've read that book 9 almost 10 times now and I still cannot read those two scenes without balling my eyes out and looking like I just lost a family member (which I kind of did).
Yeah, I understand why she killed off a Weasley- if they had all survived it wouldn't work- but I was aiming for Percy. Especially because if it was right after he turned "good" again it would have been really emotional for everyone.
I know! After Fred's death, she wrote that he could never conjure a patronus.