- Great start. However, I have a question. If the Potter's were the last of the Gryffindor bloodline and Harry is also the Black and LaFey Heir why is he not called a Lord or Heir Potter like Malfoy was? Wouldn't he be a multiple lord?
Author's responseThe only bloodline of his that is public knowledge is the Potter line, at least outside of the goblins. He's not a heir because, unlike Draco, he doesn't have a head of family to listen to. Technically, you could call him a "lord-in-waiting", I suppose. In my wizarding world, he has to be a certain age to become the actual "lord" of all of the houses. The goblins recognize this, and since he doesn't have a clear status simply address him as Mister Potter - and the wizarding world is the same way, only with less knowledge on his multiple bloodlines. Does that clear it up? Thanks for the review!
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