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Fern-hunting parties became popular, allowing young women to get outside in a seemingly innocuous pursuit with less rigid oversight and chaperoning than they saw in parlors and drawing rooms. They may have even had the occasional romantic meetup with a similarly fern-impassioned beau. — Bree

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Now that he had walked up to them, he couldn't exactly whirl around and get going. That would be rude. And was not, presumably, how straight men seduced their future wives.

Cassius Lestrange in Eyes on the Screen

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Playable Halfbreeds
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In addition to listed non-humans, members can choose from a variety of part-human characters. If you’re interested in a cross not on this list, please check with a member of the staff team to ensure that it’s allowed!

Part humans often face discrimination in the magical world.


See our documentation on vampires here.


See our documentation on veela here.


Part goblins are individuals with goblin ancestry. They have full use of magical powers through their magical ancestor, and a keen mind from their goblin ancestor.

Half-goblins seldom mature above four and a half feet in height, though as the goblin blood becomes more diluted, their height increases. It is impossible for anyone with goblin ancestry, however far back, to reach more than six feet tall. Half-, quarter-, and one-eighth goblins usually risk some degree of physical deformity as well, making it difficult to hide their parentage.


While the logistics of their reproduction are…questionable, part giants do exist in the wizarding world! Part giants have at least one giant ancestor and at least one magical ancestor. From their human side they obtain the ability to use magic and attend Hogwarts. From their giant ancestor, they obtain remarkable height and broad builds—half-giants often mature between eleven and twelve feet, quarter-giants between nine and ten feet, and so on until arriving at normal human size. Their giant heritage often gives them a resistance to magical attack through to one-eighth giants. Unfortunately, their size makes them ill-suited to broom flight.

Part-giants cannot use polyjuice potion.


Hag reproduction with humans is different from that of other non-humans. While a male child of a hag will appear and behave exclusively human, female children will be exclusively hags. A human male with hag ancestry may pass the gene down to his daughters — it is not until the hag is a great-great-grandmother that there is even a chance that the daughter will be human.