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Are the Malfoys pure-bloods?
Malfoy was the surname of a wealthy pure-blood wizarding family and one of the Sacred Twenty-Eight. The Malfoys were related to many other pure-blood families, including the Blacks, Lestranges, Greengrasses, and Rosiers.
Are there half-bloods in the Malfoy family?
The family has, however, eschewed the somewhat dangerous practice of inter-marrying within such a small pool of pure-bloods that they become enfeebled or unstable, unlike a small minority of fanatic families such as the Gaunts and Lestranges, and many a half-blood appears on the Malfoy family tree.
What blood status are the Malfoys?
Draco Malfoy/Blood status
What happens if a half-blood has a child with a pureblood?
As such, Half-bloods can have Pure-blood children, if it is the Half-blood’s grandparent(s) who were Muggle(s) or Muggle-born(s), and hence great-grandparent(s) for the children and not counted against their status.
Can you become a pureblood wizard?
This statement indicates that all of a wizard or witch’s grandparents must have magical heritage — i.e. that he or she cannot have a single Muggle or Muggle-born grandparent — in order for him or her to be considered pure-blood.
Are the Weasleys pure blood?
Weasley was the surname of a pure-blood wizarding family in Great Britain. They were considered one of the prominent wizarding families, although their lack of money and their sympathy for Muggle-born wizards and even Muggles made other wizards and witches view them scornfully.
Is cruelty in the Malfoy family’s blood?
In reality, cruelty is just in the Malfoy blood, and they’ve been getting away with some seriously disturbing crimes for centuries. In the fourteenth century, Nicholas Malfoy ended several Muggle lives and made his crimes look like they were actually caused by the plague.
Does Lucius Malfoy really care about Draco Malfoy?
A family with that much history of behind-the-scenes governmental manipulation probably shouldn’t be so beloved by Harry Potter fans. It became apparent in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that Lucius Malfoy does care about his son, but he treated Draco horribly throughout the entire series.
Are the pure-blooded framilies dying out?
Yes, the pure-blooded framilies are dying out, simply because there is not enough pure-blood marriage material to go around. Not to mention that inter-marrying over generation upon generation doesn’t produce good results, as the family history of the Hapsburgs and the Gaunts has shown.
What happens to the number of Muggle borns when Purebloods die?
As the muggle population expands (and we know that it does) and that probability remains constant, the number of muggle-borns will be ALWAYS increasing, no matter what happens with purebloods or mixed bloods. Unless humanity itself ceases to grow in numbers.