by that low-fantasy wizards logic Harry dresden is a high-fantasy wizard. Do you see that as an inconsistency or do you think the dresden files is really a slightly atypical high-fantasy series?
(With reference to this post here.)
Last time I checked in on the series, Harry Dresden is acting as personal ass-kicker to a godlike elf queen whose day job is beating up Cthulhu, he wields the very fires of divine creation thanks to a boon granted to him by an actual, no-shit angel with whom he appears to be on a first name basis, and he lives on a magic island whose guardian spirit scares the hell out of basically everybody, including the aforementioned god-queen, but that regards Harry as its best buddy. He’s stalemated the Master of the Wild Hunt in a battle of wills, thrown down with Satan’s right-hand man in a fistfight, and once rampaged through downtown Chicago atop a necromantically reanimated T-Rex skeleton commanded by the power of polka.
Exactly what about any of this says “low fantasy” to you?