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Blaise Zabini (b. 1979/1980) was a wizard and a student in Harry Potter's year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He was Sorted into the Slytherin house,and was on friendly terms with fellow Slytherins, Draco Malfoy and his gang, and Pansy Parkinson.

Biography

Early life

Blaise Zabini was the son of a famously beautiful witch who had been widowed seven times over by 1996. Each husband's death occurred both under suspicious circumstances and left the already wealthy Ms. Zabini and her son with more money. Blaise was incredibly vain and did not befriend Muggles or Muggle-borns.

Hogwarts years (1991-1998)

Early years

In 1991, Blaise started his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was Sorted into Slytherin House. Due to Blaise's reserved nature, he kept to himself most of the time and did not really make friends with other Slytherins, nor other students in his year — though this may have been because he was prejudiced against Muggle-borns and "blood traitors." Blaise seemed to get along with Draco Malfoy, Vincent Crabbe, Gregory Goyle, and Pansy Parkinson — he was able to sit with them on the train journey to Hogwarts — but other than that, he was not mentioned to be hanging around that group.

Sixth year

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Pansy and Blaise discussing Ginny Weasley's appearance

Pansy Parkinson and Blaise sitting on the Hogwarts' Express

Blaise was one of the students who received an invitation from Professor Horace Slughorn for lunch on the Hogwarts Express journey, which might imply that none of Blaise's relatives were Death Eaters, as Slughorn wanted nothing to do with them (it was the reason why he chose not to invite Theodore Nott to join the Club). Slughorn was sizing up the student body for potential new members of his famous Slug Club, which he started when he last taught at Hogwarts. During the meeting Blaise seemed quiet as usual and did not join in the discussions; he did, however, give a little cough of "amused scepticism" when Slughorn told the group that he thought Harry Potter had powers beyond the ordinary. This caused him to provoke Ginny Weasley to snap at him, and Slughorn jokingly warned Blaise not to annoy Ginny, remembering how well she could cast a Bat-Bogey Hex. When questioned on his family, Blaise talked about his mother and the line of husbands she had who had all left her large amounts of galleons in their wills after their suspicious deaths.

Blaise at a Slug Club meeting with Professor Slughorn and Cormac McLaggen

After the lunch meeting ended, Blaise retired to his compartment on the Hogwarts Express in which Draco Malfoy, Vincent Crabbe, Gregory Goyle, and Pansy Parkinson were also sitting. Harry Potter followed Blaise back to this compartment under his Invisibility cloak in an attempt to hear Draco's conversation, and give him some perspective as to what Draco had been planning over the summer. Once they arrived at Hogwarts, Blaise apparently passed the litmus test that Slughorn had set, as he continued to receive invitations to Slughorn's parties after the school year began. He did not seem to have a high opinion of his fellow members, if his comments to Draco Malfoy on the train were any indication, but, in spite of this, he continued to accept the invitations.

Seventh year

Blaise with fellow Slytherins in the Great Hall

Blaise attended his seventh year at Hogwarts.

When evacuation started moments before the Battle of Hogwarts on 2 May, 1998, Blaise presumably left with the other Slytherins through the passageway to Hog's Head Inn in Room of Requirement.

Physical appearance

Blaise was a tall, dark skinned boy with high cheekbones and long, slanting eyes. He was described as being vain about appearances.

Personality and traits

Zabini gave a tiny little cough that was clearly supposed to indicate amused scepticism.

Blaise regarding Harry Potter

Blaise seemed to be a highly arrogant person, who looked down on nearly everyone and everything, though he rarely expressed his disdainful opinions in a confrontational manner. He reacted with scornful amusement when Professor Slughorn praised Harry Potter's power, and with contempt when Slughorn suggested that he should not anger Ginny Weasley, who insulted Blaise's vanity.[4] He also insulted most of his fellow Slug Club members and the parties themselves to Draco Malfoy, though he continued to attend the meetings and also did not seem to respect Draco very much.

Blaise was prejudiced against Muggles, Muggle-borns, and those who were accepting of them, as made clear when Pansy Parkinson accused him of finding Ginny attractive, Blaise said he would never touch "a filthy blood traitor like her"[4] However, he also did not seem to hold a high opinion of followers of Voldemort, either; in the same conversation, he taunted Draco on his father being outed as a Death Eater. It seemed he was so arrogant that he was more or less indifferent and dismissive of everyone, regardless of status.

Magical abilities and skills

Potions: Blaise was proficient at potion-making, considering he was one of the few students that progressed to N.E.W.T.-level in his sixth year (1996-97). He achieved either an 'Exceeds Expectations' or an 'Outstanding' on his O.W.L. exam.

Etymology

Blaise is a French name derived from the Latin blaesus, "lisping".[5] In mythology Blaise was the tutor and, later, biographer, of Merlin - which makes this an appropriate name for a wizard. Another famous bearer was Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and philosopher. Also, Blaise Castle is an eighteenth-century mansion house and estate in Bristol, England called "the finest place in England" in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey.

The surname Zabini is Italian, suggesting that Blaise be of Italian descent.

Behind the scenes

Blaise is portrayed by Louis Cordice in the film adaptations of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. He appears in several scenes and has one line in the film.

Because the name Blaise is gender-neutral, Blaise's gender and nature were hotly debated in fan forums for many years, and both male and female versions of the character were heavily featured in fanfiction. This was mostly due to the indeterminate nature of Blaise's character in canon and lack of further explanation on J. K. Rowling's part until it was revealed in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince that he was male.[6].

The Dutch edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone actually turned Blaise into a female character, by translating his name into Bella when he appears at the sorting ceremony. When the Dutch translation of Half-Blood Prince was released, the character was renamed to the masculine Benno, correcting this mistake.

In the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Blaise plays as a Chaser on the Slytherin Quidditch team. It doesn't happen in the book.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Blaise is present in the fight in the Room of Requirement in place of Vincent Crabbe, whose actor was sentenced to 120 hours of community service. What happened to Goyle in the book happened to Zabini in the movie and what happened to Goyle in the movie happened to Crabbe in the book.

Given his surname and his race, it is likely that Zabini is of (at least partial) Italian and African descent, respectively.

Appearances

↑ Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince — based on the fact Blaise didn't attend in Potions on April 21st, 1997, he was currently of age and could take his Apparition test.

↑ His mother was a witch. It is unknown if his father was a wizard; therefore he is either pure-blood or half-blood.

Sours: https://aminoapps.com/c/harry-potter/page/item/blaise-zabini/MKT0_IanlDzzRMDJW3QrP82110MZoN

Daphne works at a flower shop. Lee comes in every day to buy roses and pisses her off. Hilarity (and depression) ensues.
Pansy reconnects with Draco at University, and they find they still irritate each other quite a bit. Not necessarily in the bad way.
Blaise likes to mope about his terrible life, but he's certainly not the one getting sloshed on Valentine's Day in Hannah's bar.

"I spilled tea on my robes this afternoon and it hurt a lot. It was hot tea, you know.”

Zabini nods seriously. “The worst kind to spill.”

Harry frowns. “I have a faint inkling of an idea that you might be laughing at me."

“Not at all.”

"Anyway, I just really wanted chocolate! Chocolate-”

“-Is, of course, the primary purpose for this manufactured holiday,” Zabini finishes.

“You know,” Harry says wisely, “you may or may not be funny when you’re not being a miserable, mopey desk-job-holding sod."

“Thanks,” Zabini deadpans. “You’ve touched me profoundly. I think I might be falling in love with you.”

“Really? That’s... fascinating.” Harry considers this, and finds that he might not be totally adverse to it. He nods once. “I’ll allow it.”

Sours: https://archiveofourown.org/tags/Harry%20Potter*s*Blaise%20Zabini/works
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Blaise Zabini
Biographical information
Born

c. 1979–1980

Blood status

Pure or Half-blood

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Eye colour

Brown

Skin colour

Dark

Family information
Family members
Wand

Unknown length, wood, and core materials

Affiliation
House

Slytherin

Loyalty

Blaise Zabini was a student in Harry Potter's school year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He was sorted into Slytherin house[1] and seems to have been friendly with the fellow Slytherins, Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson.

Biography

Education at Hogwarts

Early years

Blaise Zabini is the son of a famously beautiful witch who had been widowed seven times over by 1996. Each husband's death both occurred under suspicious circumstances and left the already wealthy Ms. Zabini and her son richer. It is unknown if Blaise's biological father was one of the seven late husbands. Blaise may be a pure-blood wizard;as he dislikes "blood traitors" and people who associate with Muggle-borns. He is stuck-up and does not befriend Muggles.

In 1991, Blaise started his education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry by being sorted into the House of Slytherin. Due to Blaise's reserved nature, he kept to himself most of the time and didn't really make friends with other Slytherins, nor other students in his year—though this may have been because he was prejudiced against Muggle-borns and "blood traitors." To a small extent, Blaise seemed to get along with Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson—he was able to sit with them on the train journey to Hogwarts—but other than that, he wasn't mentioned as hanging around with the group. In his second year at Hogwarts, Blaise may have joined the duelling club as a precaution, to learn defence against any possible danger that the Chamber of Secrets presented. In his fourth year, Hogwarts held the Triwizard Tournament and Blaise attended the Yule Ball, just like any other student fourth year and above. Because he was fussy and aloof with girls, he may have attended the ball solo. At the end of his fourth year, Cedric Diggory was killed and it was announced that Lord Voldemort had returned to power.

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Sixth year

Pansy Parkinson: "Even you think she's good looking, don't you, Blaise, and we all know how hard you are to please!"
Blaise Zabini: "I wouldn't touch a filthy blood traitor like her whatever she looked like."
— Pansy Parkinson and Blaise Zabini discussing Ginny Weasley[src]

Blaise was one of the students who received an invitation from Professor Horace Slughorn to join him for lunch on the Hogwarts Express journey. Slughorn was sizing up the student body for potential new members of his famous Slug Club which he started when he last taught at Hogwarts. During the meeting Blaise seemed quiet as usual and did not join in the discussions, he did however give a little cough of "amused scepticism" when Slughorn told the group that he thought Harry Potter had powers beyond the ordinary. This caused him to provoke Ginny Weasley to snap at him, and Slughorn jokingly warned Blaise not to fire Ginny up again, remembering how well she could cast a Bat-Bogey Hex. When questioned on his family, Blaise talked about his mother and the line of husbands she had who had all left her pots of galleons in their wills after they died, all of which were suspicious deaths.

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After the lunch meeting ended, Blaise retired to his compartment on the Hogwarts Express in which Draco Malfoy was lying down with his head on Pansy Parkinson's lap while she stroked his hair. Harry Potter followed Blaise back to this compartment under his Invisibility cloak in an attempt to hear Draco's conversation and give him some perspective as to what Draco had been planning over the summer. Once they arrived at Hogwarts, Blaise apparently passed the litmus test that Slughorn had set, as he continued to receive invitations to Slughorn's parties after the school year began. He did not seem to have a high opinion of his fellow members, if his comments to Draco Malfoy on the train were any indication, but in spite of that, he continued to accept the invitations.

Seventh year

Blaise attended his seventh year at Hogwarts. Because he was a pure-blood Slytherin, his time there was more pleasant than most people's.

When evacuation started moments before the Battle of Hogwarts on 2 May, 1998, Blaise presumably left with the other Slytherins through the Room of Requirement.

Physical appearance

Blaise was a tall boy, with high cheekbones, dark skin, and long, brown slanting eyes. Blaise was slightly vain in his appearance and associates, and was very solitary.[2].

Personality and traits

Blaise seemed to be an arrogant person, who looked down on nearly everyone and everything, though he rarely expressed his disdainful opinions in a confrontational manner. He reacted with scornful amusement when Professor Slughorn praised Harry Potter's talents, and with contempt when Slughorn suggested that he should not anger Ginny Weasley, who insulted Blaise's vanity[2]. He also insulted most of his fellow Slug Club members and the parties themselves to Draco Malfoy, though he continued to attend the meetings and also did not seem to respect Draco very much. Pansy Parkinson claimed that Blaise was very difficult to please romantically; when she accused him of finding Ginny attractive, Blaise said he would never touch "a filthy blood traitor like her", which Pansy found very funny and which indicated that Blaise was prejudiced against Muggles, Muggle-borns, and those who are accepting of them.[3] However, he also doesn't seem to hold a high opinion of followers of Voldemort, either; in the same conversation he taunted Draco on his father being outed as a Death Eater. It seemed he was so arrogant, that he was more or less indifferent and dismissive of everyone, regardless of status.

Etymology

  • Blaise is a French name derived from the Latin blaesus, "lisping".[4] In mythology Blaise was the tutor and, later, biographer, of Merlin - which makes this an appropriate name for a wizard. Another famous bearer was Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and philosopher. Also, Blaise Castle is an eighteenth-century mansion house and estate in Bristol, England called "the finest place in England" in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey.
  • The surname Zabini is Italian, suggesting that Blaise is of part Italian descent. It bears similarity to the name of a custard-like Italian dessert, Zabaione.

Behind the scenes

Appearances

Notes and references

Sours: https://harry-potter-compendium.fandom.com/wiki/Blaise_Zabini
Blaise Zabini Playlist

Uraaaa. At last. - Anya rejoiced.

Potter blaise harry

YOU ARE MY. I want to become a part of you, to merge in a single ecstasy. You half-sit down, leaning your back on the headboard and find mine with your lips. I fly to orgasm, as if falling off a cliff - nothing can stop this rapid flight.

Blaise Zabini hosts a Slytherin party (REALISTIC audio aid for SHIFTING)

I shook him as hard as I could. Finally, something meaningful appeared in his eyes. - He pushed me away, sat down, took his forehead with his hand.

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No, he won't let him play with himself anymore. - -Come here. Oooh, what hips. The palm slides along the back, shaking with desire.



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