Here’s a little thing I made since I just witnessed some Hufflepuff hate and I’m a little pissy. So here’s why Hufflepuff is a good house.
- Yes, Hufflepuffs are the sweet ones, the ones that wouldn’t hurt you, the ones that may sometimes be slight pushovers. - Yes, the Hufflepuff common room is near the kitchens so we get a lot of access to food (which would be a crime not to exploit). - Yes, Hufflepuffs are known to be magizoologists or herbologists. So not exactly the most gripping and adventurous careers. - But they are so much more than that. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that listen to you no matter what. They’re the ones you go to when you need to vent, when you need someone to listen to you or you need someone to give advice. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that stick up for their underdog house. They’re proud to be in Hufflepuff and they absolutely love everyone in it. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that flip the fuck out if you insult their friends, or anyone for that matter. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that accept everyone, regardless of gender, sexuality, house, etc. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that you can just be with. - You want to sit in silence, reading a book and drinking some tea? Sounds great! - You want to bake some cookies and inevitably get into a food fight? Sign me up. - You want to spend the whole night talking and trying to make each other laugh? Uh yes please! - Hufflepuffs are the ones that work themselves to the bone to prove to not only others, but themselves too that they can do something. That they’re not useless. - Hufflepuffs are the ones that get things done. - When everyone else is arguing, they finish the task and sooth everyone’s tempers. - Hufflepuffs are the ones who put aside their issues to help you with yours. - Hufflepuffs are brave. - They are loyal. - They are the best friends you could ever ask for. - People need Hufflepuffs. - So don’t you dare insult one.
Bard: I roll for deception and then strength
DM: You dont really need deception here but sure I guess
Bard: *gets a 20 on Deception and then gets a 3 for strength* Oh cool, I got twenties for both!
DM: Excuse me? That’s not-
Bard: I never explicitly said WHO I was deceiving
*The ensuing argument lasted way longer than needed*
[The half-elf bard with a criminal background decides to look for marshmallows for their campfire while in a forest. This is our second session.]
DM: Roll for perception.
DM: Well, you definitely find something. Your character stumbles into a field of fluffy white plants and they sure LOOK like marshmallows.
Bard: Can I roll to inspect them?
DM: They’re drugs.
Bard: …. I call my underground contact and ask how much I can sell each plant for.
DM: *rolls* Okay. He says he’ll take them for two gold apiece.
Bard: How many can I sell him?
DM: *rolls a perfect 100* I… he. He’ll take the whole field. Unbelievable.
Bard: I sell him all of them.
DM: This is… in a few days your character will receive 17,000 gold.
Bard, returning to the camp: Guess who just become everybody’s sugar daddy.
Steve Trevor is THE example. The guy was never not respectful, never condescending or doubting Diana in any way. Instead he leaned on her, allowed her to push him towards better. He treated her as an equal from the moment she “plucked him out of the sea”.
Just saying, you can do better, Kara deserves better.
❄️ The Hero and the Fairy ❄️ this piece has been a long time coming~ i originally posted the initial sketch back in December, in fact! so, if anybody still remembers that, and helped choose this piece’s direction - thank you! and i hope it turned out to your liking! and i also hope that everyone who is seeing it for the first time enjoys it as well! (-^ v ^-) i feel like this is they Otayuri piece i’ve been waiting to draw since the first time i saw episode 10. i’ll be posting the WIP shots for this in the next few days, so for anybody who enjoys those types of things, keep an eye out! (^ w ^) <3