Oppose: The books never say that Crabbe was a pure-blood.Xtraii
Argument: First of all, I don't think a tiny thing like that is enough reason to oppose an article being featured — especially since you can edit or at least discuss the issue if you think it's problematic. Secondly, it's highly likely that Crabbe is a pure-blood — Irma Crabbe, presumably a relative, married Pollux Black and is the mother of Walburga Black, and thus is obviously a pure-blood; otherwise her children wouldn't have been and Pollux would have been disowned for the marriage. Given that Vincent Crabbe is related to the House of Black, is the son of a Death Eater, is friends with a Malfoy, and actively served Voldemort during the Battle of Hogwarts (even if he didn't have the Mark), it's very likely he is a pure-blood. Oread 22:25, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
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