The two missing Gryffindor students from the Harry Potter series have been identified as Lily Moon and Sophie Roper. This conclusion was reached through careful sleuthing and analysis of the confirmed Gryffindor students in the series.

The confirmed Gryffindor students in the series are Lavender Brown (pureblood), Hermione Granger (the only confirmed female Muggleborn), and Parvati Patil (at least half-blood per Year 7 Rule). This leaves two missing students, who have now been identified as Lily Moon and Sophie Roper.

Lily Moon is a pureblood witch who is described as having a “long face and auburn hair”. She is described as being quite studious and a good friend of Hermione Granger. She is also known to be a bit of a prankster, often playing pranks on her classmates.

Sophie Roper is a half-blood witch who is described as having “dark hair and a slightly pointed face”. She is described as being quite outgoing and a bit of a troublemaker. She is also known to be a bit of a show-off, often trying to outdo her classmates.

Both Lily Moon and Sophie Roper are important characters in the Harry Potter series, as they are two of the few female Gryffindor students. They are both described as being strong and independent, and they are both important role models for young witches and wizards.

The two missing Gryffindor students, Lily Moon and Sophie Roper, have now been identified. They are both important characters in the Harry Potter series, and they are both strong and independent role models for young witches and wizards.

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