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Antoine Maximoff II
Antoine Andre Maximoff
Biographical information
Born

19 January, 1953
Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Blood status

Pure-blood

Marital status

Married; widowed once

Title(s)

Author

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Height

1.83m

Hair colour

Black

Eye colour

Brown

Skin colour

Tan

Family information
Family members
Magical characteristics
Wand

13", Alderwood, dragon heartstring

Patronus

Reindeer

Affiliation
Occupation

Author

[Source]
Antoine Andre Maximoff (b. 19 January, 1953) was a pure-blood wizarding author from New Zealand. Only child of Django and Tania Maximoff (née Ceausescu), Antoine is of Romanian descent, but was born and raised in New Zealand. Antoine attended the Oceania School of Magic from 1964 until 1972.

After graduating from Oceania, Antoine became a popular author, specializing in historical fiction. He moved to Norocstat, Romania's magical in the early seventies and married a local woman named Crystalia Ceausescu. With her, he had a son, Mateo, however Crystalia was afflicted with a disease that slowly ate away at her magic and died in mid-1980. Antoine eventually remarried, taking Southern Italian Auror Carmela De Santa (née Scicolone) as his second wife. He became the stepfather of her two sons, Pietro and Marco, and had an additional two children; twin girls Wanda and Marya Maximoff. Because of his new marriage, Antoine's relationship with his son deteriorated, and he left home at the age of fourteen after an argument stemming from Mateo's use of Dark Magic. Mateo eventually returned home and Antoine took him back into the family with open arms.

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