No, Dumbledore is not a pure-blood, but in fact, he is a half-blood. Although both of his parents were magical, his mother was a Muggle-born, which technically gives Albus the status of a half-blood.
Harry Potter and his children are half-bloods, with known Muggle ancestry Wizards with parents or grandparents split between Muggles and wizards were referred to as half-bloods. The children of Harry and Ginny Potter were considered half-bloods because although Ginny was pure-blood, Harry's mother was Muggle-born.
Main family. James Potter was the only child of Fleamont and Euphemia Potter. James married Lily Evans and they had one child, Harry, who famously defeated Lord Voldemort. Harry eventually married Ginny Weasley and they had three children: James Sirius, Albus Severus, and Lily Luna Potter.
It is perhaps interesting that Voldemort himself is not a pureblood, while his mother, Merope Gaunt, was a member of one of the oldest Wizarding familes in existence, his hated father was a Muggle. In spite of this, he is still considered the heir of Salazar Slytherin.
His first appearance was in the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, as the best friend of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. He is a member of the Weasley family, a pure blood family that resides in "The Burrow" outside Ottery St. Catchpole.
The Half-Bloods are the most powerful Wizards. Dumbledore, Voldemort, Snape and Harry, of course Mcgonagall as well. Not even the Muggle-borns are equal to the Half-Bloods.
A wizard or witch must have parents with magical blood or in cases, either of the parents must have magical origin. There must be some sort of lineage or otherwise the magic cannot flow in the family. Thus, two muggles can't have a magical child.
It's a common misconception that blood status goes by parents. So, Ron Weasley, with both sets of grandparents being wizards/witches, is a pure blood. Harry, having one set of wizarding grandparents and one set of muggle, is a half-blood. Hermione, having two sets of muggle grandparents, is muggle-born.
On the subject of Molly, it is interesting to note that she is Sirius's cousin by marriage by virtue of her marriage to Arthur.
The names Cygnus, Arcturus, and Regulus have also occurred at least twice each. Notably, however, only one Sirius (the subject's great-grandfather) left a line of descent, which ended with the youngest Sirius, as he did not have children.
The most widely-given explanation is that a half-blood is any witch or wizard who has one or more Muggle-born or Muggle parents or grandparents. Even though Harry's father (James) was a pure-blood, Harry himself is a half-blood because his magical mother, Lily Evans, was a Muggle-born.
No, most Slytherins are, in fact, half-blood. Blood purity is a very minor aspect of the sorting hat's decision, but your specific bloodline can have a huge impact. For instance, most people from the Malfoy and Black family ended up in Slytherin, while most Potters ended up in Gryffindor. No, they aren't.
Luna Lovegood is a Pureblood witch, who was sorted into Gryffindor House during Harry Potter's second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry.
the BurrowThe Weasleys' home, known as the Burrow, is located outside the village of Ottery St Catchpole which is situated alongside the River Otter in Devon, England, also near the home of the Lovegoods, the Diggorys and the Fawcetts.
Muggles can't necessarily perform magic, but with a wand, they could cause some to manifest in an uncontrollable manner. This further suggests that, within the world of Harry Potter, Muggles can use wands and access magic.
Snape was a half-blood. With people like Bellatrix in his house, he had to have heard the purity of his blood questioned at least a few times. Snape wasn't just James' favorite victim, he was a half-blood who knew that no purebloods were going to stand up to the pureblooded James Potter and Sirius Black on his behalf.
The trio of Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger consists of all three types of Wizards. Harry being half-blood, Ron being Pure-blood, and Hermione being Muggle-born.
According to the books, all of Harry's grandparents were deceased by the time Voldemort attempted to kill him, which is of course why he was shuffled off to the Dursleys'. He came from a prominent pureblood wizarding family that refused to join the Death Eaters, which would make them a natural target.
Family. Bellatrix is a member of the Black Family and is the cousin of Sirius Black. Bellatrix is the daughter of Cygnus and Druella Black and sister to Andromeda (mother of Nymphadora Tonks) and Narcissa (mother of Draco Malfoy).
James Potter James's Animagus form was that of a stag, which earned him his nickname, Prongs. Strikingly, Harry's Patronus was a stag and his mother Lily's was a doe, a female deer, showing that the family's characters were in harmony and formed part of the same animal group.
2008: Daniel Radcliffe's Sex Life Daniel Radcliffe told Details magazine in a cover interview that he lost his virginity at 16 to “a much older woman.” In the same article, he admitted that his dream role was to play a cross-dresser, “just because it would be an excuse to wear loads of eye make-up.”
Canonically we only know that she had sex with Voldemort and her husband Rodolphus Lestrange. I would say she lost her virginity to Rodolphus because she married him very young and she was with him before Voldemort. Voldemort was also 25 years older than her. Probably to Basilisk.
"Pure-blood" is the term applied to wizards and witches who have no Muggle blood, Muggle-borns, or half-bloods at all in their family trees. They are the rarest of the three blood statuses, with J.K. Rowling stating that ten per cent of the wizarding community is made up of pure-bloods.
No, he Rolf is an Half Blood, since Tina, his grandmother was an Halfblood. Yup, Rolf would be a Half-Blood! The rules are, if he isn't a pure-blood (NO non-magical blood) or a muggle-born (no magical blood), he's a half-blood.
Half-blood or pure-bloodCedric Diggory/Blood status
The three Unforgivable Curses are the Cruciatus Curse, which causes unbearable pain, the Imperius Curse, which allows the user to control the actions of the victim, and the Killing Curse, which causes instant death.
The Burrow was the family home of the Weasley family, located on the outskirts of Ottery St Catchpole in Devon, England.
Muggles aren't invited to Hogwarts because they have no magical ability. A major principle of magic in the Hogwart's universe is based not on the utterance of certain magical phrases, but on the ability to bring out the magical energy in such words. And this may only be done by individuals with magical potential.
Most Muggles, however, would die from the extent of their injuries as noted by Professor Marlowe Forfang, though some could survive to become werewolves themselves. Any bite or scratch obtained from a werewolf, whether in human or animal form, would leave permanent scars.
Voldemort tried to recruit James and Lily to be Death Eaters. Muggle-borns can be permitted to join him, but only in rare circumstances. What happened to Horace Slughorn in the end? Hagrid tells Harry in the first book that Voldy NEVER tried to recruit the potters because they were too close to Dumbledore.
James was a bully in school — to the point that even the biggest of James Potter apologists can't deny this. He mercilessly teased Snape, and in one particularly horrific memory, hung him upside down and exposed him in front of the entire school.
Jack Russell TerrierRon Weasley/PatronusRon's Patronus is a Jack Russell Terrier. Here's why we think this particular four-legged friend makes perfect sense for the youngest Weasley brother.
Yes. A Pureblood child requires multiple generations of both parents to be Pureblood. Hermione is Muggleborn, Ron is Pureblood, which makes their kids Half-Bloods.
Lily and Petunia's parents died of natural causes before Harry and Dudley were born. James Potter was the only child of his parents, who were slightly older. James' parents also died of natural causes prior to Harry's birth.
Harry is the magical Heir of Gryffindor (and he's also a descendent of Godric), Neville of Hufflepuff, Hermione of Slytherin and Luna of Ravenclaw.
Yes, Sirius Black was uncle of Draco Malfoy. Since, the Malfoy and Black were all about pure blood and stuff, they also married in pure bloods. Narcissa, cousin of Sirius and Regulus Black married Lucius Malfoy.
The only child and son of Tom and Merope Riddle (née Gaunt), Riddle was raised in the Muggle-run Wool's Orphanage after his father abandoned his new family on the streets of London when the influence of her magic was lifted, and his mother died moments after giving birth to and naming him after his father and maternal
Animagus: Rita had mastered a complex branch of Transfiguration, becoming an unregistered beetle Animagus, to get information and gossip without being caught. Defence against the Dark Arts: She was able to cast many jinxes. Patronus: She also had the ability to conjure at least a non-corporeal Patronus.
Rita SkeeterBiographical informationAnimagusBeetleAffiliationHouseRavenclaw
RavenclawMoaning Myrtle Born in the late 1920s to Muggle parents, Myrtle Warren started her Hogwarts life in the early 1940s, where she was sorted into Ravenclaw. She had no friends, and was bullied relentlessly because of her glasses and acne. But she would soon have all of eternity to get her own back.
It might be Cho. J.K.Rowling deliberately avoided writing about sex in the seven books, to keep it child friendly. However, Cho Chang was definitely in an involved relationship with Cedric Diggory, and she had a lot of emotional ups and downs going on while she noticed Harry was giving her extra attention.
He is often described as being irresistibly handsome as Tom Riddle, and he is sure to have known that. By the time he was Lord Voldemort (despite what I said earlier about the graveyard scene), Tom Riddle had become fully and completely asexual. So my answer to the question is yes, Lord Voldemort was a virgin.
After a tumultuous, back and forth relationship, Damon and Elena get back together at the end of the season, and they choose to sacrifice themselves together to save Stefan and Alaric and their other friends on the Other Side.
If your character is evil, side with Volkihar. If you're the good hero type, join the Dawnguard. In my opinion, I like much more Volkihar because I'm the bad type, you get a cool mage-ring (really, if you're a mage you must join Volkihar), and a bunch of amulets if you're vampire.
The best thing is to NOT become a Vampire Lord at this point in time, if playing as a Dawnguard. You will still be able to talk to Serana and have her make you a vampire lord later in the game, so it's best to wait until you have finished all the Dawnguard sidequests. So for now, you should opt to become Soul Trapped.