Mazzy Lavine
Public Records
Name • Mazaren "Mazzy" Lavine
Birthdate • Born June 5th, 2046
• Died December 12th, 2076
Blood Status • Muggleborn
Place of Birth • Boston, United States
Occupation • Retired Professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts at Hogwarts
• Retired Professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts at Hanakotoba
School Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Hanakotoba School of Magic
House Ravenclaw
  • Personal Life
    • Mazzy Lavine married Rebekah Addison in 2067. They have one child, Xia Lavine.
    • During his life, Lavine was very close to Haruhi Kojima, treating her almost as a surrogate mother.
    • While his relationship with Jade Black and Tyler Collins was often strained after the war, Lavine counted them as his closest friends in his private correspondence.
    • Lavine was expected by many to go into professional Quidditch after graduating - the outbreak of the war derailed those expectations.
  • Professional Life
    • Lavine was thrust against his will into the Second Auror War during his seventh year as a student. He proved central to the eventual winning of the war, aiding in the recovery of the Seeing Stones and undertaking a number of unsavory missions on Kojima's behalf. He was among the four who faced Kali Anmalyashonjir in the war's final battle at the Gate of Anhuala.
    • Following the war, Lavine taught Defense Against the Dark Arts at Hanakotoba School of Magic for several years, coinciding with Haruhi Kojima's brief tenure as Headmistress.
    • In 2070, Lavine - at Rebekah Addison's urging - left Hanakotoba to teach at the reconstructed Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he would remain until his death.
    • Lavine played a minor role in the Seven Month War - his assassination, and his apparent foreknowledge of his own death - brought the conflict out of the shadows and into the public eye.
  • Death
    • Mazzy Lavine died on December 12th, 2076, in the Entrance Hall of Hogwarts. He was assassinated by Everett Bell, under the effects of the Imperious Curse, at the direction of Red Beoman.
    • Lavine apparently expected his own death, though how he anticipated it is uncertain. Following his funeral, several letters and essays were recovered from his office, all of which suggested he had both anticipated and prepared for death on a specific day and at a specific time.
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