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Featured What Hogwarts house would you be in, and why?

Discussion in 'Obsessions and Interests' started by Daydreamer, Apr 20, 2019.

  1. Gryffindor

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  2. Slytherin

    22.7%
  3. Ravenclaw

    40.9%
  4. Hufflepuff

    18.2%
  5. Knowing my luck, I'd probably be a squip or a muggle

    9.1%
  6. Or rather a Squib, because a Squip is something completely different and the OP is silly.

    9.1%
  1. star.stuff

    star.stuff Active Member

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    Slytherin is defined by accomplishing a goal by any means necessary and cunningness. It is not the "wizard superiority" house. It's just that many of the old racists of the wizarding world want to achieve their goals by any means necessary, and they end up in Slytherin. Your desire to learn (even if it is not in school) shows much more Ravenclaw traits to me. Ravenclaws are very creative and think outside of the box, so not all of them are good in school. Many of them, like you, get bored with school because it is so structured.
     
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  2. Holder of the Heel

    Holder of the Heel New Member

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    Fair enough.

    It may be a greater reflection of what I am instead of what suits my tastes. Characters associated with "accomplishing a goal by any means necessary and cunningness" are always my favorite, even if they can often be bad people. The aesthetic of the Machiavellian has always been attractive to me. But in truth I don't really have the pride and sense of self-preservation to fuel any engine of ambition that would mark a Slytherin.
     
  3. DiverseWonderland

    DiverseWonderland I can do anything!

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    I'm a Slytherin and i would be into magic creatures and powers in general
     
  4. bbc-bananasplit

    bbc-bananasplit Well-Known Member

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    Slytherin is for me - I took the quiz, but I knew even without it. Slytherin is where all the powerful and evil people go. I like! (Because I want to be powerful, evil, great and magnificent!! However, I'm none of that.. quite the opposite... I guess, this makes me dream of all the what ifs) Despite that: Slytherins are just ice-cold and cool =)
     
  5. SameStars

    SameStars Well-Known Member

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    I'm both curious and critical about the world around me. I have trouble with taking things at face-value at times, and will research for the fun of it. I love knowledge for the sake of knowledge. This solidly puts me into Ravenclaw... I already own the Hogwarts replica scarf with my house colours.
     
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