SGA Characters sorted into Hogwarts Houses

Gryffindors are passionate about their beliefs, and standing up for what they believe in and who they believe in. They care enough about justice to get into a fight -even if that fight involves an argument with a friend. They want to seek the unknown, but less out of a desire for intellectual discovery and much more because of a thirst for adventure. A willingness to confront the darkness, to fight for the outsider, to explore and defend. Gryffindors want to be heroes. -(John, Ronon & Aiden)
Ravenclaws values knowledge, wit, intelligence (not necessarily school-smarts, but a passion for knowledge/learning), an open mind, and a desire to achieve.They revel in pure knowledge for knowledge’s sake and are extremely individualistic. Ravenclaws are readers- they love books. They don’t mind being alone- with their books, thoughts and imagination, but when they want to talk, they’ll be upset if no one listens. Ravenclaws are the most conflict-averse of all the Houses. -(Jennifer & Radek)-
Slytherins values ambition, cunning and resourcefulness. They’ll go for experiences that Ravenclaws are too afraid to touch. They’ll cheat in a fight if they can get away with it. Slytherins are the most focused on the past and tradition of all the Houses. Slytherins are loyal, but only to those they deems worth the loyalty. They tend to be strong leaders and achievement-oriented, but not being defined by how others see them - and not caring. -(Rodney & Elizabeth)-
Hufflepuffs values hard work, patience, loyalty, and fair play. They’re the least likely to care about individual achievement and most likely to focus on their relationships to others rather than things they personally have done. They’re not risk-takers by nature and prefer to learn practical skills over something that might be cool but less frequently used. Hufflepuffs value tradition and the past. They are tolerant, humble, decent, thoughtful, kind, and caring. -(Teyla & Carson)-

Obviously- you can disagree with the sorting. This is based on my opinion.


[can be Cullrian if you want to, can be gen] Cullen gets hit with a spell that makes him loose weight no matter how much he eats.
A cure has to be found before he wastes away.

+he can’t wear his armour because it’s too heavy and doesn’t have the muscle mass.
++Cullen gets pretty emancipated before the cure is found.
+++he inspects himself in the mirror
++++he doesn’t get magicked back to normal weight, it’s a process