Sometimes I feel like life is just one long preparation for something that never happens.

Persia to Philip

Persia Isobel Kathryn Flume (née Potter) (b. 24 April) is a half-blood witch of the Potter family, the eldest child of famous Auror Nicodemus Potter and his former wife Lydia Newman. She is also the elder sister of Philip. Influenced to some degree by her parents' unstable relationship as a child, Persia was rebellious and defiant whilst growing up, somewhat displeased by their divorce and her mother's remarriage into a Muggle family. As of yet, she is the eldest of her generation.

Upon attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Persia was Sorted into Gryffindor House, following familial tradition.


Early life

Hogwarts years

First year

Second year

Third year

Fourth year

Fifth year

Sixth year

Seventh year

Later life

Physical description

  • tattoo
  • white streak, goes blonde when older

Personality and traits

Magical abilities and skills

  • Teaching skills:
  • Household spells:





Philip Potter

Theodore Flume


Brennan family

Elliot Potter

Gideon Shepard

Urya Quint


The name Persia is a Biblical baby name, meaning an object or that which "cuts or divides": for instance, a nail, a gryphon, a horseman.

The name Isobel is the Scottish form of Isabel, a Spanish variant of Elizabeth meaning "God is my oath" or "pledged to God".

Kathryn is a feminine given name and comes from the Greek meaning for "pure". It is a variant of Katherine.

Potter is a very common surname of English origin. It traditionally refers to the occupation of making pottery. Beatrix Potter was a well-known English children's author. Potter's Field is the name for a burial ground for the unknown or unclaimed dead, particularly soldiers and orphans; the Potter family had many members that fit that description. The Potter Box is a model for making ethical decisions developed at Harvard University.


Persia: I wish I was as sweet as you think.

Persia: Witch up!

Persia: The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you at some point. You just have to find the ones that are worth suffering for.

Persia: There's so much beauty in ordinary things. Isn't that the point?