What Hogwarts house do you belong in?

Nows the day you put on that sorting hat and discover which house you belong to!

Blue Halo
Created By Blue Halo
On Jan 1, 2019
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It’s time to leave for your first day to Hogwarts, how will you get there?

What would you most prefer doing once leaving your common room during break?

What kind of friend do you look for?

Which mythical character would be your best friend?

Time for a new wand, what core material will it contain?

It’s time to pick a pet, what shall it be?

Which mythical beast would you have on your side?

Which one of these goblets, each containing a rare potion, would you choose to drink from?

You notice in the crowd that someone on the other Quidditch team has a spell used on their broomstick to make it go much faster. They make their team beat the other two teams that you aren't sided with either, how do you respond?

You are given a chance to choose a horcrux to save, which one will it be?

You'd be most angered by which of the following?

Which of these quotes relate to you best?

You have been given the opportunity to make a your deepest desire in the Mirror of Erised come true! What is that desire you see?

How would you want to be known as throughout history?

And finally, since the sorting hat accumulates your opinion as well, what house do you feel you match with strongest?

Gryffindor

Gryffindor

Congratulations, you are truly meant to be in Gryffindor! As a Gryffindor, you find life without danger a waste of oxygen. You have a strong spirit that should be put to use, and you are known for being quite the daring one. You are known particularly for possessing two things, anger and courage, anger at the way things are, and courage to change the way things are. It is great actions like yours that show the world who we are, far more than our abilities.

... Here dwell the brave at heart,
there daring, nerve, and chivalry,
set Gryffindors apart...

Hufflepuff

Hufflepuff

Congratulations, you are truly meant to be in Hufflepuff! As a Hufflepuff, you stay dedicated, knowing that when you fail, you can always try again tomorrow. You aren't known to be loud when trying to make yourself be heard, because courage doesn't always roar. For you, courage is a quiet voice at the end of the day, telling yourself that there will always be another day to try again. No matter how cruel the outside world is to you, you still keep strong and do what's right of everyone. You know it's nice to be important, but it's also important to be nice. Life may not be fair, but that doesn't mean you won't be.

...Here they are just and loyal,
those patient Hufflepuffs are true,
and unafraid of toil...

Ravenclaw

Ravenclaw

Congratulations, you are truly meant to be in Ravenclaw! As a Ravenclaw, you have a mind made up of wisdom and wit. You feel your thoughts like you live your life, because you know that wisdom begins in the wonder of learning, and that physical strength isn't always the way to obtain what you must. Mastering others is a strength, but mastering yourself is a true power. Of course you know that it's all in your head, but why should that mean it's not real? It is important to have those like you who know how to use their minds, the way they use their hearts.

... Here with you've a ready mind,
where those of wit and learning,
will always find their kind...

Slytherin

Slytherin

Congratulations, you are truly meant to be in Slytherin! As a Slytherin, you are strong with ambitions and oriented to achievement. You strive for success in every game you play, because you know that it is never just a game, when you are winning. No sword bites as fiercely as a tongue like yours, you live as others only exist, and you always make sure that if your dreams ever don't scare you, then they aren't big enough. All you have to decide, is what to do with the time that is given to you.

...You'll make your real friends,
those cunning folk will use any means,
to achieve their ends...

Do you feel like you belong to this house?

You know me so well.
Maybe.
OMG no!
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