Houses When They Have A Crush
  • Gryffindor: Totally challenges their crush in everything (debates, sports, etc) and tries to initiate some "unresolved sexual tension" (wink wink)
  • Hufflepuff: Becomes their best friend and hopes their crush falls in love with them along the way (pretty hard not to, since they always have hugs and food and love)
  • Ravenclaw: Have a way with words (witty remarks, bad puns, sexual innuendos) and leaves their crush wondering if the sexual undertones were intentional (they are)
  • Slytherin: Stealthily takes pics of them and proceeds to send them to their best friends while freaking out (while keeping up the cool and uncaring facade on the outside)

You know one thing I really don’t like about the Harry Potter fandom? People keep saying “The Pottermore quiz told me I was a…” But the test is based off random questions that barely have a correlation with your personality. If you take the test multiple times, you can easily get different results. Don’t base your house identity off of an online test; base it on your desires, personality, and thoughts. Just because the Pottermore quiz said you were a certain house once, doesn’t mean it’s right.

Every Hogwarts Professor: You need a full 8 hours of sleep!

Every Hogwarts House:

*Lockscreen*: INFJ, Hufflepuff ¦ Light, Artistic, Bookworm
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Ravenclaw: I hate going somewhere for the weekend.

Hufflepuff: why? It’s great to get away!

Gryffindor: and you can miss some classes!

Ravenclaw: exactly! That’s extra work when I get back, not to mention social interaction that takes time away from doing work I already have! Doing work and being social take up too much time that I could use to do something I actually like!




Ravenclaw: they made me be near people.

Hufflepuff: do you need a hug?

Star Wars characters in Hogwarts Houses

I’ve been thinking the past two hours about Hogwarts Houses alignment for the characters of the Star Wars multiverse (which means including spinoffs and Legends/EU), so rather than do anything productive, I’m gonna give you the run-down, and I am absolutely open to being persuaded otherwise (or debating in good fun), and for people adding on to this post with other characters because this is by no means comprehensive.

Also, Hufflepuffs will be delighted to know that the Galaxy Far, Far Away is chock-full of Hufflepuffs.


  • Mace Windu: Mr. Rock-and-Roll Jedi is absolutely a Gryffindor. Confronting the Supreme Chancellor of the Republic to arrest or kill him is so Gryffindor it hurts.
  • Ahsoka Tano: Is extremely Gryffindor as a kid, though arguably toned down as an adult.
  • Jar-Jar Binks: Yes, really. Yes, he gets scared, but courage is not the absence of fear, and being the comic relief doesn’t preclude you from being brave.
  • Bodhi Rook: He is so scared that he’s one of the very few characters in the GFFA we ever see shake, but he presses on to do what he knows he needs to do.
  • Kit Fisto: Posterboy for Jedi Gryffindors, really.


  • ANAKIN FRICKIN’ SKYWALKER: If there was ever a character you could say was defined by his relationships, it’s this guy. Darth Vader is what you get when a Hufflepuff goes evil. The mess of Revenge of the Sith happens because his loyalties are being pulled every which way.
  • Luke Skywalker: Right from the first hour of ANH, Luke shows us that he’s a Hufflepuff, not wanting to stay on Tatooine forever but also willingly staying with his aunt and uncle because they need him.
  • Han Solo: Yes, really! If Han wasn’t a Hufflepuff underneath his gruff exterior, he wouldn’t have come back to Yavin to have Luke’s back, and he wouldn’t have stayed with the Rebellion for three years while the price on his head grew.
  • Chewbacca: I think this one is pretty obvious.
  • The clone troopers: Or, at least, most of them. Hardworking and loyal to each other, their Jedi, and the Republic. (So of course Palpatine exploits them.)
  • Hera Syndulla: Admittedly, I don’t know Hera that well, but it seems to me that family and duty are both very important to her.
  • Baze Malbus: A poor jaded Hufflepuff who’s left with just one friend in the entire galaxy, and sticks with him even though he gets them both into trouble.
  • Mara Jade: Oh yes. Past the defeat of the Empire, Mara doesn’t care terribly much about governments and organizations and causes anymore; what she does care about her entire life are the people she’s loyal to: Palpatine at first (exploiting yet another Hufflepuff), Talon Karrde, Luke Skywalker, the Skywalker-Solo clan, and the Jedi (as people, not as an entity).
  • C-3PO: Can’t live with his humans and Artoo, can’t live without ‘em.


  • Count Dooku: Yes, really! He’s a Ravenclaw trying too hard to be a Slytherin, and it’s his downfall.
  • Orson Krennic: Again, a Ravenclaw trying too hard to be a Slytherin.
  • Thrawn: Speaking of Slytherclaws, Mitth’raw’nuruodo is either a Slytherin with Ravenclaw tendencies or a Ravenclaw with Slytherin tendencies. The acquisition of knowledge is very important to him.
  • Talon Karrde: Speaking of the acquisition of knowledge…
  • Galen Erso: You know how we were talking about Ravenclaws trying to be Slytherins? Well, Galen is a Ravenclaw who actually succeeds at being a Slytherin.
  • Firmus Piett: His very first lines have him making a Sherlockian deduction (or abductive inference, as I’ve been told is what Sherlock Holmes actually does).
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi: Obi-Wan didn’t really ask for any of this. Obi-Wan just wants to curl up in a reading nook with a good datapad, a cup of tea, and a flask of whiskey.
  • Winter Celchu: Probably.
  • Chirut Imwe: Probably a Ravenclaw with Gryffindor tendencies.
  • Jocasta Nu: Living the Ravenclaw dream as the head librarian of one of the most important libraries in the galaxy.


  • Padme Amidala: First off, let it be known that Padme Amidala was ABSOLUTELY a Hat Stall. She could fit into Gryffindor just as well, probably, and she could also do Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff. But her actions in TPM point very strongly towards Slytherin.
  • Leia Organa: Again, yes, really. Goal-oriented, does what she needs to do, gets annoyed by Han’s and Luke’s Gryffindor tendencies.
  • Mon Mothma: Runnin’ the Rebellion, Slytherin’ all the way.
  • Yoda: Originally probably a very good Slytherin, let himself go down a very slippery, Slythery slope.
  • Wilhuff Tarkin: Oh, absolutely.
  • Palpatine: The ultimate evil Slytherin, let’s be real.
  • R2-D2: Heck yes.

Please feel free to add to this!

*Lockscreen*: Gryffindor, Thunderbird ¦ Computer programming & Winter
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Hogwarts Houses as Teas

Hufflepuff: A warm chai filled with sugar, milk and exotic spices to fill their sweet cravings. 

Slytherin: A steaming black tea with deep powerful flavor to compliment their perplexed nature.

Gryffindor: A hardy earl grey tea and a touch of milk to soften their  audacious personality. 

Ravenclaw: A delicate complex jasmine tea with a spoonful of sugar to complete a perfect book reading.

ISTP, Black Woman, Enneagram 3, Hufflepuff, Thunderbird
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Hogwarts {1513}
Edits made by me :)