Cassius Malfoy
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Vital statistics
Title Deputy headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry; Head of Slytherin House; Professor; former Obliviator
Gender Male
Age 60 (D.O.B. February 19th, 1952); Year started at Hogwarts: 2000
Height 5 ft. 6 in.
Hair Color Blond
Eye Color Blue
Race Human (Wizard)
Former House Slytherin
Wand Oak, Dragon heartstring, Eleven and a half inches
Wand Arm Right
Affiliation(s) Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry,

Slytherin house, Malfoy family

Professor Cassius Malfoy is the current deputy headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He is also the head of Slytherin house. He is the current professor of Potions and Alchemy.

He is a cousin of Lucius Malfoy, Draco Malfoy, and Scorpius Malfoy.

He owns an 11 1/2 inch oak wand with a dragon heartstring core.

Early LifeEdit

Cassius Malfoy is a pure-blood wizard, born to a witch and a wizard. When he started attending Hogwarts, he was sorted into Slytherin house. Despite this, he was noted to be one of the most intelligent students in his year and many professors (and unbiased students) thought he would have made a fine Ravenclaw. However, due to his upbringing, he asked the Sorting Hat to put him in Slytherin, even though it was about to put him in Ravenclaw.

After HogwartsEdit

Cassius grew distant from his cousin Lucius once he graduated from Hogwarts. While Lucius became facinated with dark magic and the Death Eaters, Cassius was indifferent to the matter, and didn't take either side in either Wizarding War. Cassius got a job as an Obliviator at the Ministry of Magic soon after he graduated. After the Second Wizarding War, Professor Horace Slughorn went back into retirement, opening up the position of Potion's master at Hogwarts. Cassius applied for the job, and got it, making him the school's new Potion's Master and Head of Slytherin house. He soon became the Alchemy professor. He later became the deputy headmaster of Hogwarts.

Cassius Malfoy's wand; Oak and Dragon heartstring, 11 1/2 inches.