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What Hogwarts house are you?
Posted 3/11/16
Alright so I am currently rewatching the Harry Potter movies for nostalgia and I came up with this idea for a thread.

What Hogwarts house are you?

https://www.pottermore.com/news/sorting-returns-to-pottermore - The official sorting quiz, so yep the results are as accurate as possible.


Posted 3/11/16
i voted my first vote on crunchy
Posted 3/11/16 , edited 3/11/16
Don't very much like the house I got placed in, but the sorting hat has spoken, I guess. ٩(×̯×)۶

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Posted 3/12/16
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Posted 3/12/16 , edited 3/12/16
Ravenclaw, but right now I'm thinking of starting Dog's-paw as a new house
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Posted 3/12/16
Slytherin. I already play Pottermore.
Posted 3/12/16
So....what's the point of Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw? I watched the movies, and didn't read the books, but it seems like those houses aren't major players in the plot. What's worst, we have Slytherin house that seems overly antagonistic in more than just school house rivalry. I mean seriously?
Posted 3/12/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

So....what's the point of Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw? I watched the movies, and didn't read the books, but it seems like those houses aren't major players in the plot. What's worst, we have Slytherin house that seems overly antagonistic in more than just school house rivalry. I mean seriously?


Ah I think the only reason Slytherin seems antagonistic is because there are antagonists in it. Slytherins can actually be very nice people. Just as there can be @ssholes in Hufflepuff and Gryffindor. The reason the other ones don't seem very important to the plot is because most of the important characters aren't in them. Also plot isn't really the only thing important in writing when it comes to Harry Potter, there's also worldbuilding, which makes writing (especially in fantasy worlds) more believable.
Posted 3/12/16 , edited 3/12/16

TotalQuirk wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

So....what's the point of Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw? I watched the movies, and didn't read the books, but it seems like those houses aren't major players in the plot. What's worst, we have Slytherin house that seems overly antagonistic in more than just school house rivalry. I mean seriously?


Ah I think the only reason Slytherin seems antagonistic is because there are antagonists in it. Slytherins can actually be very nice people. Just as there can be @ssholes in Hufflepuff and Gryffindor. The reason the other ones don't seem very important to the plot is because most of the important characters aren't in them. Also plot isn't really the only thing important in writing when it comes to Harry Potter, there's also worldbuilding, which makes writing (especially in fantasy worlds) more believable.


Well, to me, it's like saying all black people aren't antagonistic when every black person in the story is antagonistic (Wasn't referring to this story, just an example). I just want an even distribution to flesh out the houses, otherwise it feels too one sided.
Posted 3/12/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


TotalQuirk wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

So....what's the point of Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw? I watched the movies, and didn't read the books, but it seems like those houses aren't major players in the plot. What's worst, we have Slytherin house that seems overly antagonistic in more than just school house rivalry. I mean seriously?


Ah I think the only reason Slytherin seems antagonistic is because there are antagonists in it. Slytherins can actually be very nice people. Just as there can be @ssholes in Hufflepuff and Gryffindor. The reason the other ones don't seem very important to the plot is because most of the important characters aren't in them. Also plot isn't really the only thing important in writing when it comes to Harry Potter, there's also worldbuilding, which makes writing (especially in fantasy worlds) more believable.


Well, to me, it's like saying all black people aren't antagonistic when every black person in the story is antagonistic (Wasn't referring to this story, just an example). I just want an even distribution to flesh out the houses, otherwise it feels too one sided.


Have you seen the movies recently, or has it been a while...? I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just asking.

v A couple of spoilers, but there's lots of canon evidence of the fact that the houses are evenly distributed.

Posted 3/12/16 , edited 3/12/16

TotalQuirk wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


TotalQuirk wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

So....what's the point of Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw? I watched the movies, and didn't read the books, but it seems like those houses aren't major players in the plot. What's worst, we have Slytherin house that seems overly antagonistic in more than just school house rivalry. I mean seriously?


Ah I think the only reason Slytherin seems antagonistic is because there are antagonists in it. Slytherins can actually be very nice people. Just as there can be @ssholes in Hufflepuff and Gryffindor. The reason the other ones don't seem very important to the plot is because most of the important characters aren't in them. Also plot isn't really the only thing important in writing when it comes to Harry Potter, there's also worldbuilding, which makes writing (especially in fantasy worlds) more believable.


Well, to me, it's like saying all black people aren't antagonistic when every black person in the story is antagonistic (Wasn't referring to this story, just an example). I just want an even distribution to flesh out the houses, otherwise it feels too one sided.


Have you seen the movies recently, or has it been a while...? I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just asking.

v A couple of spoilers, but there's lots of canon evidence of the fact that the houses are evenly distributed.



I'm talking about the most relevant characters and their position herein to the plot. I mean, you can say its even distributed, but if you don't show it it doesn't feel at all warranted to say that.
Posted 3/12/16


Eh, I guess you're right. Hey, I didn't write the books bro. J.K. Rowling isn't perfect I guess. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Posted 3/12/16
I got huffle house are the a good home hhhaa
Posted 3/12/16
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Posted 3/12/16
I was already on Pottermore, I got Ravenclaw.
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