|“||I love Sabine, but she is the witch equivalent to a drama queen.||”|
Céleste, while in Sabine's body, hijacked the magical energy gained from the Harvest Ritual. Céleste used it to resurrect three deceased witches to carry out her plan and to fuel her own magical power. Taking this magical energy prevented the four Harvest girls from being resurrected as they were intended after the completion of the Reaping. As such, it was Sabine/Céleste's death that brought Davina back to life.
Ultimately, nothing is known about Sabine prior to her possession other than she lived and worked in the Quarter as a tour guide .
Throughout The Originals Series
- Main article: Céleste Dubois
Sabine was only seen as Céleste's vessel from Always and Forever to Le Grand Guignol, when she was killed by Céleste herself. As a New Orleans witch, she was consecrated and buried at the Lafayette Cemetery.
Little was known about Sabine's personality, as the entirety of her time on the series was spent while she was possessed by Céleste, but it can be assumed by the way that Céleste "played" Sabine to maintain her cover that she was very friendly, supportive, and loyal. However, Sophie described Sabine as a "drama queen" on several occasions as a result of her visions.
Sabine had wavy brown hair and a chocolate skin tone. Her body was tall and fit, and she often dressed in bold colors. Like the majority of the other witches in New Orleans, Sabine's style was very bohemian/hippie-ish, and she was fond of wearing layered necklaces, bangle bracelets, and large rings.
- Always and Forever (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Tangled Up In Blue (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Fruit of the Poisoned Tree (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Bloodletting (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- The Casket Girls (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Après Moi, Le Déluge (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Dance Back from the Grave (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Crescent City (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Long Way Back From Hell (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Le Grand Guignol (Possessed by Céleste Dubois)
- Fire with Fire (Indirectly Mentioned)
- One Wrong Turn On Bourbon (Mentioned)
- Sabine is of Celtic origin and it is used mainly in English and means "uncertain or boundary". The name Sabine is also a Latin baby name, which is from an ancient Roman tribe name, Sabinus.
- Laurent is a French masculine given name of Latin origin. It is used in France, Canada, and other French-speaking countries. The name was derived from the Roman surname Laurentius, which meant "from Laurentum".
- During a premonition that "Sabine" claimed to have had, she used the words: Hoc est infantima malom, Nos omnia perditu el eam. Translated from Latin, it means "The child is evil, it will destroy us all".
- Sabine is the only other known witch capable of clairvoyance, aside from Bonnie Bennett though Sophie described Sabine's visions as being "open for interpretation." However, once it was revealed that Sabine had been possessed by Céleste, the validity of her vision became very suspect, as it could be assumed that the suggestion of Klaus' child being dangerous to witches was meant to further her plan of revenge against Elijah and the Mikaelson family.
- In The Casket Girls, Sabine was killed by Davina, but because Céleste had cast a protection spell on herself, in Sabine's body, prior to her encounter with Davina, she was resurrected shortly afterward.
- In Après Moi, Le Déluge, it's revealed that Sabine had been possessed by Céleste for almost a year.
- In Le Grand Guignol, Sabine was killed by Céleste while she was possessing her, slitting her own throat.