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Sayik Cryptic Eden Snape
Character information
Series:

The Dark Prophesy Trilogy

Stories:
Intelligence:

8/10

Creativity:

5/10

Initiative:

4/10

Sanity:

6/10

Emotional strength:

5/10

Physical strength:

4/10

Magical strength:

7/10

Social skills:

3/10

Biographical information
Born:

April 10, 1994

Blood status:

Halfblood

Signature:

Sayiksignature

Physical information
Species:

Human

Gender:

Male

Hair color:

Black

Eye color:

Black

Skin color:

Pale

Family information
Family members:
House:

Slytherin

Sayik Snape
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Sayik Cryptic Eden Praygun (b. April 10th, 1994) was a halfblood wizard and the son of Falin Snape and Miriad Hensul. Sayik's mother lied to everyone, Sayik included, about his father. Sayik believed his father to be Fegas Praygun, never realizing for a moment that his mother had lied.

Sayik attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in 2005 and was sorted into Slytherin. Sayik was part of the well-known Stecks Almighty, a small group of witches and wizards who used to be exclusively Slytherin, though had members from all houses in Sayik's time.

Hogwarts Years

First Year

Sayik took with him as a pet a cat named Ceren.

On the Hogwarts Express, Sayik met Jaybin Maburdan, Aeverus Zhiazray and Serenia Snape and instantly felt drawn to them.

Sayik suffered from lack of confidence and a feeling of loneliness, feeling as though put-apart from the other students. He was absolutely shattered when he learned that Aeverus was sorted into Ravenclaw instead of Slytherin.

A few weeks into the year, Sayik was challenged to a staring match by two unnamed Slytherins in the common-room. Sayik, used to boredom and despicable calm, won with ease while the other children went sir-crazy for sitting and doing nothing for so long.

Sayik leaned towards antisocial for the first month or so of school, avoiding eye contact with his professors and too shy to speak with the other students though he did tend to hang around Aeverus Zhiazray and Jaybin Maburdan quite a lot, resulting in being invited to a Stecks Almighty midnight gathering. It was at this gathering that he came out of his shell and began bonding with the other children.

Unfortunately, being in league with Rayph Zhiazray II, the leader of Stecks Almighty instantly made him a target of Karson Danisk's bullying.

Sayik was part of an Emotional Support Group just before Christmas, which was held by Healer Malfoy and Professor Weasley, a group which he refused to continue to visit.

Just after New Years, Jaybin approached Sayik in the library and asked him to be her boyfriend, an offer he hurriedly accepted.

Christmas Break and New Years

During his Christmas Break between first and second year, Sayik's mother's family stayed at his home with him and his family. His Aunt Erjona and her husband, their two children Cassius and Solaire. Sayik's Aunt Dairim and her husband, as well as their daughter Eiran.[1]

After Christmas Break, they all came back and spent New Years with them as well. [2]

Second Year

In Sayik's second year, he was bullied again by Karson Danisk and Nokmour Osdenage, resulting in severe injuries he had to go to Healer Malfoy about, including a broken rib and bad bruises.[3] Healer Malfoy ended up taking him to Saint Athynans for more thorough treatment, as after a brief episode of what Sayik thought to be Catalepsy, he became convinced Sayik had Mooney Madness.[4] Sayik was diagnosed with Mooney Madness and taken to Saint Athynans to undergo a series of ten procedures to cure the mental illness. He survived the first procedure with only temporarily slurred speech and blurry vision.[5]

Sayik glasses

Shortly after the operation, it was discovered by Mirianda Maburdan that Sayik was actually the son of Falin Snape.[6]

Sayik started wearing glasses at the start of 2007, to attempt to correct his horrible eyesight.

Sayik learned that Fegas Praygun wasn't his father on the first of the year, shortly after discovering that his pet cat of ten years, Ceren, was actually a Spirit in his Animagus form.

Etymology

Sayik is of Latin origin and means 'Dark'. Can also be a form of the name Sayyid, means "lord, master" in Arabic. A famous bearer was the Egyptian musician Sayyid Darwish (1892-1923).

Appearances

  • The Boy No One Knew
    • Summer Break: Chapter 1 - The Gathering (First appearance)
  • Dark Paradise
    • Chapter 1 - Dark, Mysterious Paradise (First appearance)
    • Chapter 2 - Hogwarts
    • Year 1: Chapter 2 - Fitting in Vs. Sticking Out
    • Year 1: Chapter 3 - Stecks Almighty
    • Year 1: Chapter 4 - The Fontayne Scenario
    • Year 1: Chapter 5 - Rejected
    • Year 1: Chapter 6 - Arcanum Ambula
    • Year 1: Chapter 7 - Wire-Rim Glasses
    • Christmas Break: Chapter 8 - Vampire's and Houseguests (Mentioned only)
    • Christmas Break: Chapter 9 - Christmas Break (Mentioned only)
    • New Years: Chapter 12 - New Years
    • Year 1: Back to School: Chapter 13 - The Little Falin
    • Year 2: Chapter 3 - Back-to-School Bullies; Healers
    • Year 2: Chapter 4 - Last Will and Testament
    • Year 2: Chapter 5 - Suspend Disbelief (Mentioned only)
    • Year 2: Chapter 6 - Scorched Ground
    • Year 2: Chapter 7 - MFLCBS
    • Year 2: Chapter 8 - Morning Coffee; The Necklace
    • Year 2: Chapter 9 - Our Sons and Daughters (Mentioned only)
    • Christmas Break: Chapter 3 - Unwanted Visitors
    • New Years: Chapter 1 - The Truth

Notes

All information on this character was taken from the story The Boy No One Knew and Dark Paradise. All images shown on this Wiki for this character were chosen based solely on the description of the character in the books.

Please note that everything in this Wiki about this character is accurate and has many sources for its information. Thank you.

References

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