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Is Penelope Clearwater a muggle-born ou a half-blood?

Is Penelope Clearwater a muggle-born ou a half-blood?
In COS Penelope was one of the last victims to be petrified par the Basilisk. That would mean that she was a muggle-born. Then in DH when Hermione, along with Harry and Ron were caught par Snatchers they lied about who they were. The name Hermione chose to use was Penelope Clearwater and a dit that she was a half-blood. The snatcher then a dit that she was not on the liste of muggle-borns. So is Penelope a muggle-born ou a half-blood?

I have always been confused about this! :)

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I just remembered something else! In COS Tom Riddle tells Harry: "She (Ginny) set the serpent of Slytherin on four Mudbloods, and the Squib's cat." Hermione, Colin and Justin are definitely muggle-born, so this leaves Nearly Headless Nick and Penelope. Nearly Headless Nick could be muggle-born too. So who was the fourth "mudblood" victim? Penelope ou Nearly Headless Nick?
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othobsessed92 said:
She's a muggleborn. They make that pretty obvious in COS. In DH Hermione just a dit the first name that would come to her head and then lied about her blood line cause telling the snatchers that she was a muggleborn would have gotten her killed right there. But the real Penelope is a muggleborn because the basilik ONLY attacked "mudbloods"
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yeah, toi are right. It's just that I got a bit confused in DH. Thanks for the answer! :)
linhousepotter posted il y a plus d’un an
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She wouldn't be killed on the spot, one of the snatchers was muggleborn himself!
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jdsfjdiosa said:
Penelope Clearwater was never meant as a victim because she was a half-blood. Hermione, leaving the bibliothèque and knowing about the Basilisk, ran into Penelope and told her she should check around the corner with a mirror to be safe. Hermione was the intended victim (at least in the book, I don't think Penelope was even attacked in the movie)
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tweetygirl9786 said:
She is half. It states in the 7th book that Hermoine claims to be her and later she explains she chose to fake Penelope because her mother was a muggle and father was a wizard :)
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ScottishChic said:
I think she's half. Cause the Basilask didnt only attack Mudbloods it attacked Nearly Headless Nick. And in the last book they do say she is a Half- Blood otherwise she would have been on the lists
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yeah, it makes sense too. I don't know what to think anymore. Thanks for answering!
linhousepotter posted il y a plus d’un an
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Lol. I think toi would be able to look up the correct answer on Wikipedia. And you're welcome about answering. Glad to help. xx
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BlackHound said:
It's not specified.

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