Sebastian Sallow’s day-to-day life is revealed in a hilarious fan-made video narrated by one of Hogwarts Heritage’s fan-favorite Slytherin students. Hogwarts Legacy was one of the hottest games of the year, achieving huge sales when it released in February, and players still seem to be having fun exploring the world-famous wizarding school.
Hogwarts Legacy allows players to create their own new fifth year students and attend Hogwarts’ numerous classes, allowing players to free-range the entire castle in the process. As part of their journey, players meet and befriend various students from each of the four colleges. One such character is Sebastian Sallow, a Slytherin bent on curing his sister Anne of a terrible curse by any means necessary. His questline is arguably one of the funniest in the Wizarding World RPG, allowing players to acquire the three Unforgivable Curses on Crucio, Imperio, and all : Avada Kedavra. When the ambivalent Slytherin stops using the Dark Arts in the name of saving his sister, Sebastian relaxes in and around the enchanted walls of Hogwarts Castle.
A video posted by Heizerux on TikTok shows Hogwarts Legacy fans what a day in the life of Sebastian Salo is like. The video uses AI to accurately recreate Sebastian’s voice and recounts his many hilarious activities at Hogwarts.
Between reading a lot, hanging out at the Defense Against the Dark Arts tower with his best friend Ominis Gaunt, and staring more at new fifth year studies, Sebastian seems to be making the most of his time at Hogwarts. His activities include watching players “beat Natty at Summoner’s Court,” a mini-game where payers must outrun their AI opponents by using Accio spells to pull the ball toward them and let it go before it rolls off the platform. Sadly, players will never be able to challenge Sebastian in the Summoner’s Court, instead competing against fellow students Natsai Onai and even the school’s charm master, Professor Ronen, among others. Plus, as a member and participant of the student-run dueling club Crossed Wands, Sebastian enjoys watching the new 5th grade train against other students, and can even be chosen by players to join the action.
One of Hogwarts Legacy’s fan-favorite characters, Sebastian Sallow’s questline has gotten pretty morbid indeed. With that in mind, it’s nice to see a more lighthearted and humorous Sebastian talking about some of the fun he has every day at Hogwarts. If Hogwarts Legacy does get story DLC in the future, fans will likely be asking for more of Sebastian Sallow.
Hogwarts Legacy is available now for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S, with PS4 and Xbox One versions launching on May 5 and a Switch port on July 25.