Ever wonder about your Harry Potter blood status? Are you a Pureblood, Muggle, or maybe a Dursley? Perhaps, you’re a Half-Blood or a Muggleborn wizard or witch.
Harry Potter Blood Status
- Purebloods: Purebloods in the Harry Potter books and movies are those wizards and witches that come from purely magical families. What about you? Have you seen all the Harry Potter movies and read all the books? Sounds like you’re a Pureblood!
- Half-Bloods: Half-Bloods have one parent from a magical family. Harry Potter was a Half-Blood wizard. As for you, you’ve read all the books, twice. Never had a desire to see the Harry Potter movies, though. The true art lies in the written word, am I right?
- Muggleborns: Both parents are Muggles and you have magical abilities. This makes you a Muggleborn witch in the Harry Potter books and movies. Do you secretly know that you’re a Muggleborn? You can’t talk about how the books are different from the movies, because you hide the fact that you haven’t read the Harry Potter books? Must be a Muggleborn.
- Muggles: In the books, Muggles are those with no magical abilities and unaware of the wizarding world. You have never read the books or seen the movies. It’s a foreign world to you. You often wonder what your friends mean when they call you by this strange name.
- Squibbs: In the wizarding world, squibbs are born into a magical family, but the spark just didn’t carry over to your generation. You have no magical abilities, in spite of your magical blood. You’ve read a Harry Potter book or maybe seen one of the movies, but you just don’t get the appeal. Who are you people?
- Death Eaters: You have a distinct disdain for the Muggleborns of the world. You cannot tolerate these lost souls that refuse to read the original texts.
- Dursleys: Harry’s step-family that has no love for the young Potter boy. Stuffed in a closet for a bedroom and always in trouble for things he hasn’t done. Dursleys hate on Harry Potter, in whatever form he takes — movies, books, discussions. Doesn’t matter. Harry Potter is wrong. Period.
So, what’s your Harry Potter blood status? Let us know in the comments, below.