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Ask AI: an idea about the origin and character of a half-blood wizard born in 1964 into a despotic family, who is in his seventh year at Hogwarts.

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Question: an idea about the origin and character of a half-blood wizard born in 1964 into a despotic family, who is in his seventh year at Hogwarts.

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Origin: This half-blood wizard was born in 1964 in the powerful and domineous Lestrange family. Still clinging to the old ideologies of blood purity, the Lestranges were displeased when their eldest son - this wizard's father - fell in love with a muggle-born witch, leading to his birth. Despite the prejudice they held, his parents' love overcame all hurdles. Character: Harrison Lestrange - named by his father after his own grandfather, was a clear outlier in his despotic family from early childhood. While his family was notorious for their allegiance to Voldemort, Harrison was different; he grew to be kind-hearted and empathetic. His mother, a brave and compassionate woman, defying the typical stereotypes of muggle-borns within pure-blood families, raised him to believe that everyone deserved respect and kindness, regardless of their blood status. While he's been psychologically pressured into pretending to support his family's supremacist beliefs, he often retaliates through small rebellious acts. Having lived half his life amongst muggles (as his mother often took him away from the oppressive Lestrange household), Harrison has developed a deep admiration for muggles and their advancements. During his years at Hogwarts, he was sorted into Ravenclaw, displaying an intellectual curiosity honed from years of hiding and reading his mother's extensive library filled with both magical and muggle books. In his seventh year, he's a respected Prefect who is well-liked by professors and peers alike, though the dark shadow of his family's reputation sometimes casts a doubt on him. He fights against it by being genuine and hard-working, believing in possibilities for change. Being a half-blood in a pure-blood supremacist family - especially already on his seventh year - means that he has travelled a long, hard road to self-acceptance. Harrison isn't just a half-blood wizard, he's a symbol of change, proof that the old prejudices don't determine your character or your destiny.

Answered by gpt-4

Jan. 21, 2024, 4:19 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, January 21, 2024

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