Cinderella Blackford

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Cinderella Blackford
Born November 5, 1980
Blood Status Half Blood
Species Human
Gender Female

Baron Charles Blackford (Father)

Baroness Evangeline Glenda Blackford (Mother)
House Ravenclaw
Wand 10 3/4" Hazel Wood, Unicorn hair core, unyielding flexibility
Height 4'4"
Eye Color Gold
Skin Color Fair
Hair Color Black
  • Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  • Blackford Family
  • Ravenclaw


Quiet, studious, shy. Has a tendency to speak with elloquence, using synonyms and large words unnecessarily. A notorious bookworm with a photographic memory to boot.

Physical Description[edit]

Cinderella stands at 4 foot, 4 inches and has a small-ish frame that seems to be engulfed by her robes. Ever the wallflower, people tend to not notice her despite her jet-black hair and golden eyes, over which rests a pair of wire-framed glasses. Her skin can be described as flawless, fair skin befitting of a baron's daughter, save a single scar on her left elbow from an accident when she was younger involving a broken vase. She tends to wear her hair in a braid over her shoulder, though she puts it in a bun to sleep.


Named after her mother's favorite fairy tale as a child, Cinderella Blackford was born to a house of nobility. From the time she could walk, she was raised to be a proper young lady. When it was discovered she could use magic, her mother began teaching her how to control it, preparing her for the day she got an acceptance letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Despite all this preparation for her future, or perhaps because of it, she never socialized much with other children and grew to be quite shy around new people. She took to burying herself in reading books as a barrier against socializing with strangers (though she clearly loves reading far more than she fears other people), only worsening her inability to make friends.