"Short Range" and "Long Range"
I can't recall ever hearing the terms "short-range" or "long-range" half-bloods anywhere else; are they in canon? Furthermore, I thought the standard for being "pureblood" was having all magical grandparents, in which case Harry and Ginny's children would all be pureblood. Or are they half-bloods because one grandparent (Lily) was a Muggle-born witch? 188.8.131.52 18:49, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
Where should the Cresswell brothers be placed on the list? Although we know their father was a Muggle-born wizard, we don't know whether their mother was a witch or Muggle, and thus we don't really have the evidence needed to list them under the "Pure- or Half-Blood Parent & Muggle-Born Parent" section. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 19:53, 30 May 2009 (UTC)
Is it possible for a witch/wizard to be half-blood with 1 magic grandparent (ex. half-blood grandfather, muggle grandmother, squib father, muggle mother) or 1 magic great-grandparent?
isent harry a half blood his mother was muggle born wansn't she
Half-bloods and Muggles/Muggle-borns?
Would a child of a half-blood and a Muggle/Muggle-born really be treated as a half-blood themselves? The only half bloods with parents' heritages specifically mentioned in the books seem to have a pure blood parent.