Daphne in hbp?
where does Daphne apear in the sixth book, as said in the article?--Rodolphus 13:53, 24 July 2008 (UTC)
Though Ron does say that Scorpius is a pureblood, Daphne and Astoria could still be half-bloods. According to the article here, if all of your grandparents are either pureblood or hal-blood, than you are a pureblood, but one parent isn't. In this case, that would have to be the Greengrasses, since the Malfoys definately qualify as "pureblooded" 220.127.116.11 21:09, April 21, 2011 (UTC) Leila</p>
- Rowling has stated that to people like the Malfoys and the Blacks, to whom these distinctions matter, any traceable muggle ancestry automatically disqualifies one from being pure-blood. - Nick O'Demus 05:44, April 22, 2011 (UTC)
- The article is wrong then, because "pureblood" means you have no muggle blood in you. If Astoria had been a half-blood, then her son would have to be a half-blood, because he has some muggle blood. Daphne and Astoria have to be purebloods. - Anonymous 19:24, May 5, 2011
How do we know if this is Daphne Greengrass? This picture without evidence is an assumption and thus is canon and incorrect. --Vana Bloom 03:48, August 9, 2011 (UTC)
She is mentioned on Pottermore. --Danniesen
There is a mention of Queenie Greengrass, not Daphne. But it could be that the name later is changed. But about this there is no information. Harry granger 07:37, August 26, 2011 (UTC)
Could it be that the witch in this picture is actually Daphne?
- That image has been added to the page before and later removed. There's no canon proof that it's her. ProfessorTofty (talk) 17:05, August 13, 2013 (UTC)