slytherin is the only house

Houses as things I overheard while hiking
  • Gryffindor: "I went off the trail and scaled a steep cliff by accident but the view was amazing. Worth dying for? I don't know, because I didn't so I want to say yes."
  • Hufflepuff: "Stop hopping? You're the one who told me to be one with nature. So I'm a bunny. Hop hop hop."
  • Ravenclaw: "I learned something about myself today. I learned that my body can undergo a lot more torture than I ever expected."
  • Slytherin: "I would totally do this again, but I'm not into self endangerment or masochism. I've had enough exercise to last a lifetime, thanks."
The Houses as Video Game Things


Only picking the nice dialogue options. Carrying around way too much stuff because “what if it might be helpful later?”  Pausing a fight because you’re about to die and need to use a health potion. Being really good at puzzles and minigames. Balancing your skills so that you do well in a fight, regardless of the circumstances. Never wearing matching armor. Fighting the same enemy over and over again and cheering when you finally beat them. Panicking whenever dark music starts to play. Having to walk everywhere because you’re carrying too much to fast-travel.


Spending 2+ hours on the customize character screen. Getting emotionally attached to the NPCs. Using actual strategy to plan out your quests/fights. Always having a lot of money but never having anything to spend it on.  Spending all of your level-up points in one category.Never getting caught when you steal things, but only taking small items because you’re afraid that someone will notice if you take something big. Wasting a lot of lockpicks on something that doesn’t even have good items in it. Placing waaay too many manual map-markers because you can never find your destination otherwise.


Spending too much time on side-quests instead of working on the main objective. Accidentally walking into a ridiculously difficult battle when you’re only level 2. Using long distance weapons to fights the enemies because you’re terrible in close combat. Forgetting what quest you were working on because you got distracted by a hunt for a random object. Actually using resistance potions/spells/e.t.c. Having conversations with companions and unlocking extra quests. Forgetting which buttons on your controller do what and having to spend a couple minutes to figure it out.


Forgetting to save and having go way back to the beginning of the quest when you die. Screaming out loud whenever something scary happens. Getting lost in a location that you’ve been to 50+times. Sneaking? What is that? You run straight into the open and hope you won’t die. Not understanding what the different stats for your weapons mean and picking the one that looks the coolest. Always forgetting that you have helpful items and never using them when you need them.

  • Ravenclaw: There's going to be snow!
  • Sytherin: Yup, enough to bury small animals.
  • Ravenclaw: Why must you be like this?
  • Slytherin: Why are you so excited about it?
  • Ravenclaw: Because now I can sit in front of the fireplace and read books.
  • Slytherin: You do that anyway.
  • Ravenclaw: Yeah, but now there's aesthetic.
Real talk - Hogwarts Houses

Listen up folks!
So, we all know about our Hogwarts houses and we also know that it is an unspoken rule that your Hogwarts house is kind of your own very important, very chaotic but also very lovable family.

However, I am slowly but steadily getting sick of hearing:

“Oh, you’re a Slytherin, so you are an evil piece of shit.”

Like, no. Kindly f*ck off. It’s true that once you have pissed me off, I’ll make your life miserable, but that doesn’t mean that I’m evil, at least not per se.

And this does not only go for Slytherins.
It goes for every house.

Gryffindors aren’t reckless.
Hufflepuffs aren’t vulnerable.
Ravenclaws aren’t boring.
Slytherins aren’t evil.

You wanna know how I know? Apart from the obvious evidence given in the books, let’s just take one short look at their freakin’ crests.


Their house animal is a bloody lion!
Yes, it’s true that male lions sometimes fight recklessly. BUT, a lion pride has a strict hierarchy and rules which are to be followed. The young lions are to be protected at all cost and the pride is literally living together. Whether they are hunting or grooming each other or simply lying on the sun together. They protect each other, the pride and their territory.

So, should you ever think that Gryffindors are happy go lucky idiots , than you are most likely fucking wrong. Thank you very much.


Oh boy, don’t even get me started… You think a badger is cute and harmless? Well, yes they are, but still. Have you ever heard of the honey-badger? Probably the most badass living mammal I have ever heard of. That animal eats snakes! Freakin’ snakes!!
It digs out the honey out off a bee hive and gets stung ten to twenty times and simply does not give a shit.

If you still think Hufflepuffs are vulnerable you better get ready to get your ass kicked.


Alright, so, Ravenclaws always read and have a stick up their arse? Well, think again!
Their animal is a motherfudging eagle. That creature is so epic even Americas bald eagle loses its feathers. Have you seen its claws? Because I have and they certainly aren’t just for decoration.

They might have their head in the clouds but from up there they can see all your flaws so shut the fuck up about Ravenclaws being boring.


Yes, you say the snake is an evil demon? Well , you thought wrong, asshat! It’s true that the snake is a sign of the wicked, but it is also known for its wisdom and healing. Snake poison is indeed used for certain antidotes hence the use of the snake as the sign of medicine.
Furthermore , in mythology it is the symbol of eternity and primal energy (Uroborus.)

So yeah, you wanna say that I’m a piece of shit? Okay, maybe so. But that has nothing to do with my Hogwarts house. So leave it.

Houses as Tiny Turn Ons
  • Gryffindors: People who lean back against walls with one shoulder while they talk.
  • Hufflepuffs: Hugs that linger just a bit because neither of you really want to let go.
  • Ravenclaws: Someone leaning towards you from their desk to help you with a question/problem.
  • Slytherin: That 'accidental' slip of their gaze from your eyes to your lips as you're talking.
You know, you act like love is so easy. It’s not. It’s work. Hard work. You have to work to keep loving the person and to keep them loving you. And sometimes you have to give up everything, *everything*, for them. That’s not easy. You can’t give that to everyone. So if I seem cold, or heartless its because I’m saving that for someone special. I can’t give it to just anyone.
—  Slytherin to Hufflepuff
What’s in France

Request: Hello! I have a request, how about reader is in love with newt, but she thinks newt loves leta(when they were in hogwarts)(and newt had been distant) which is why she lost contact with him after he got expelled. Angst!! They meet years later and turns out newt realised he loved reader when he lost her. Pls a happy ending! Im sorry if its too detailed, I’m just really excited about this one. Love u!

Word Count: 2,665

Pairing: Newt x reader

Requested by Anonymous

Requests are currently open! Feel free to send one in

Newt twists in his bed, kicking the sheets from his chest and running a hand over his face. The moonlight streaks illuminate the small clock hanging crooked on the room’s wall. 2:53. Groaning, he flips onto his stomach, coming face to face with a picture of you breaking into a shy smile.

The familiar tears prick his eyes as he watches it happen over and over, falling back asleep and into a restless dream of you smiling.

“Are you sure you don’t want to come? It’ll be fun. Come on, we can go to The Three Broomsticks and split a glass of butterbeer like we used to.”

“I have too much studying to do.”

You groan and fall onto the couch next to your friend. “Newt, we haven’t had time to hang out in ages.” You deepen your voice to sound like his. “It’s always ‘I’m studying’ or ‘I have to write notes.’ Why don’t you take one break to go with me?”

Newt tears his eyes from the book in front of him, smile forming on his lips. “I’m busy. I need to pass this next potions exam. We’ll go next month, I promise.”

“Newt.” You whine, drawing out his name until he raises his eyebrows at you in false annoyance.

“Fine. You win.”

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Request: “can i request a draco fic where you move to hogwarts from another wizarding school in like year 10 (10th grade idk how you might say it) and you come from a really well known Gryffindoor family, you know the Weasleys, but get sorted into Slytherin and everyones really shocked and you become friends with Harry and Hermione (you already knew Ron) but you have a secret fling with Draco and it somehow gets revealed and backlash from Pansy and Harry, Ron and Hermione of course. Thanks so much xxx”

Pairing: Draco Malfoy x Reader

Word Count: 2216

Warnings: implied SMUT boiiiiiiiiiii also i feel like this fic is v incoherent and messy but i hope u guys enjoy it anyway hehe

Originally posted by imaginesandmoreforfandom

You were green in a sea of red. Since your first day at Hogwarts, you had felt misplaced. There had been many hushed meetings with the sorting hat, with Dumbledore too. You asked and asked until you had more questions than you had started off with. Your Father’s side of the family, all Gryffindors, and your Mother’s side all American Thunderbirds. Neither pointed towards the outcome that occurred the day you arrived at Hogwarts, the same week you had returned to the UK to live with your father.


And yet, you felt shunned by them. Your last name carried deep significance to all Gryffindors, the name engraved in many trophies and plaques. The day you joined the cunning house of Slytherin was the only time you sat at your table, for even though you now wore the green robes, the only people who you felt at home with were the brave ones; the lions. You were a snake amongst strong beasts, and it really showed. That was, until you met a young blonde boy who helped you understand where you belonged.

You had met him on your first day, his eyes quick and calculating as you walked down the hallway, surrounded by your new supportive Gryffindor friends.

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  • slytherin: so theoretically, if a human was pus- or um, fell from a certain height, would they die?
  • ravenclaw: depends on the height. why do you ask?
  • slytherin: ...
  • ravenclaw: do i want to know?
  • slytherin: probably not.
  • ravenclaw: only the house towers are high enough to cause death. any of the other ones would only sustain a broken limb, possibly a concussion if they land funny.
  • slytherin: ... dammit
The Hogwarts Houses as bad habits

Gryffindor: drinking to much because they just forget how to stop and shit that celebration yesterday was a bad idea

Hufflepuff : overeating because well food. And social interaction and damn why is my plate empty again?!

Slytherin : smoking. Because they are focused, stressed , pissed of just -smoking. Way to much. Oh and forgetting how to *people* and cursing and being unintentionally mean

Ravenclaw : forgetting to eat because they are so engrossed in whatever it is their doing even if it’s lying on their bed doing nothing. Generally forgetting how to function and what the hell where social skills again.

Sherlock characters Hogwarts houses (Opinion list)

Always that disclaimer of “disagree If you must, just don’t think I care enough to argue about it”. Enjoy.


Sherlock: I’ve gone over this many times but I guess I’ll go over it once again. A lot of people assume that he is a Ravenclaw because he’s smart. False. Sherlock Holmes is a textbook Slytherin. Yes he’s smart, but he’s smart about what HE likes to know. In the books for example he doesn’t care to even know that earth revolves around the sun & he even goes as far to say that he doesn’t care to even remember the fact. A Ravenclaw would NOT act like that. Sherlock is just a snarky, sarcastic, SOB who has very singleminded goals and aspirations. He isn’t a bookworm if the book doesn’t pertain to what he’s doing at the moment.

Mycroft Holmes: He’s fantastic for a sarcastic one liner. He’s like Sherlock but he’s even more of an asshole in my opinion. He and Sherlock constantly try to one up each other, but they don’t have similar goals necessarily so it never gets too rough. Totally a Slytherin.

Mary Watson: Two words… DECEIVED EVERYONE. She’s fantastic. Also very resourceful and has straightforward goals / aspirations.


John Watson: He’s brave, daring & it takes a bit of recklessness to follow after Sherlock. Absolutely brilliant friend. I just feel like Gryffindors would do the John thing and just make faces if they disagreed 😂

Greg Lestrade: Also a very obvious Gryffindor. Courageous and daring. He’s very friendly and seems like he would be popular with other humans.


Mrs. Hudson: She’s just a cute little puff. Ya gotta love Mrs. Hudson. Fave. PLUS she just kind of loves Sherlock & that’s just a cute little like family Slytherin/hufflepuff thing ya feel ❤️

Mixed houses…

Molly Hooper: This is only based on the show BECAUSE THERE IS NO MOLLY HOOPER IN THE FREAKING BOOKS. Anyways… she’s like a mix between Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw. She’s absolutely brilliant at what she does so I’ll credit that to Ravenclaw. She’s got hufflepuff traits too though like she’s loyal (even when Sherlock is awful to her lol), she’s a hard worker, she’s V PATIENT (with Sherlock again lol). Like idk she’s both in my mind. She doesn’t fit in just one house.

Jim Moriarty: This is gonna be an unpopular opinion to many because he’s the bad guy… but I wouldn’t say he’s 100% Slytherin. Like yes his goal is to beat Sherlock, but he’s kinda brilliant and he’s got the cocky thing from Gryffindor. So like he’s a Gryffindor/Slytherin/Ravenclaw. He’s so calculated and ingenious, but again he’s a cocky bastard & he’s very straightforward with his goals aka he has one goal in a sense.


Anderson and Sally: I loath them. They don’t deserve to go to Hogwarts.

MBTI and Slytherin House

Slytherin produces more than its share of Dark wizards, but also turns out leaders who are proud, ambitious and cunning. Merlin is one particularly famous Slytherin.

ISTJ [The Underestimated]

With dominant Introverted Sensing an ISTJ is extremely resourceful. They will use what concrete things they have to accomplish any goal. They are reliable to implement what their Introverted Sensing dictates because of their secondary function, Extraverted Thinking. This shows an ability to have dedication. An ISTJ takes authority very seriously and could be perceived therefore as a more traditional type. ISTJs could find Slytherin beneficial for their inferior function of Extraverted Intuition. In this house of excellence they will be exposed to new ideas and view points. The ISTJ would like the pride and loyalty Slytherins have in their house, but most importantly their dedication to do their best…at all costs sometimes. An ISTJ Slytherin will have a fierce loyalty to their house and all who are in it. They will come to their defense in front of other people, but in private if they disagree with a Slytherin’s behavior the ISTJ will address it. The ISTJ is consistent if nothing else and will tye people together in their stabilizing nature.

ISTP [The  Brilliant Loner]

ISTPs are another resourceful bunch. A huge part of ISTPs that may find themselves wanting to be in Slytherin, is the fact that they are always in or out. They don’t have much in between and with Extraverted Feeling as an inferior function they can be quite gruff when telling people they aren’t “into” a certain activity or situation. It is also a great house to work on their inferior function as there is a strong sense of community within Slytherin. An ISTP could find themselves developing their Fe by seeing themselves in the eyes of others, as part of a community. The ISTP being very independent will surprise their Slytherin peers in their loyalty to the house as they grow fonder and grow bonds with their peers. The ISTP Slytherin will be difficult to predict. Always seen as the loner who surprises everyone when they intervene to help their fellow Slytherin. The ISTP Slytherin will also be great at whatever magic craft interests them. Whether it be charms, music, care of magical creatures, herbology, etc, they will be one with the craft surprising everyone with their passion despite their more common aloof nature.  

ESTP [The Cool One]

Slytherin’s are notorious for being a more collected bunch in any situation. ESP types are known for jumping in before thinking. People would be surprised that not all ESPs are like this and have qualities that would have them not only fit in at Slytherin house, but want to be in the house. Their secondary function of Introverted Thinking makes them a very strategic lot. They are great at analyzing a crisis situation. They can be very cunning and resourceful in their ways. Their dominant Se and tertiary Fe makes them observe and alert to others while being able to negotiate favorable ends for themselves. This seems like a very appealing ability for a Slytherin student. They would add some risk taking, thrill seeking adventure, and meld well in Slytherin house. In addition, ESTPs can care too much about appearances and where they stand socially. Those more concerned about this in the wizarding world could find themselves wanting to be in Slytherin for status sake. The ESTP has a natural charisma that will attract other Slytherin’s to them and their Se (over Ne) gives them a more classically cool nature that other Slytherin’s will want to be. 

ESTJ [The Representative]

ESTJs are known for being fans of hierarchy. Of knowing their place in that hierarchy and hoping others know theirs and fulfill their duties in their position. ESTJs like representing whatever system they are apart of. So if they are interested in Slytherin house you can bet they will want to represent your house in anything that they can. They will advocate for the fair and un-bias treatment of the Slytherin quidditch team in incidents such as Gryffindors taking the field to practice when Slytherins were clearly signed up for that day. People may have the wrong idea about Slytherin, but your ESTJ Slytherin will set those ignorant people straight…while at the same time proving them right if they can’t be suave about it…Slytherins are known for having fun and ESTJs often deny themselves their secondary function Introverted Sensation, their subjective inner world function. They find acting on personal impulse to be a negative thing and perhaps their Slytherin comrades can help them let go and have a bit more fun with a fire whiskey drinking game in the common room.

ISFJ [The Avenger]

ISFJ is similar to the ISTJ. Depending on what the ISFJ specializes in and consumes with their Si they may be attracted to the promise of excelling in that area in Slytherin. Some ISFJs could be attracted to social traditionalism in Slytherin. Their Fe would fit well in Slytherin in protecting other Slytherins. They would always be there for their fellow house members. An ISFJ Slytherin will have your back. They may be under estimated by their fellow Slytherin members, but ISFJ Slytherins would play this to their advantage surprising their peers in their talents, academics, or whatever they find to be their main focus of interest. An ISFJ is very caring, but if you cross them or another Slytherin they will never forget and will get their revenge. Don’t cross an ISFJ Slytherin.

ISFP [The Sleeper-Cell]

ISFPs are all about honing their Fi through their Se. Whatever they find to be their skill they may want to hone it to be the best in Slytherin. These Slytherins won’t be in your face or too into competition with Gryffindor, but they will help Slytherin get house points. Their dominant Fi makes them largely self focused in the sense of discipline for their art, whatever that art may be. The ISFP Slytherin in class is fairly quiet, but will surprise their fellow students with their skill and physical ability. Although ISFPs are called the Artist they can be attracted to more logically driven specialties. An ISFP Slytherin could excel in healing or herbology. They may surprise their peers with their sensitive exterior, but underneath the ISFP is a rock. The ISFP Slytherin could also help push other Slytherin’s away from trying to fit into a box and conforming to blind following of the way Slytherin does things. This is more through their actions than any sort of discussion directly taking place. The ISFP would be a walking reminder of what all Slytherin’s can be and to not lose themselves blindly to house rhetoric and traditionalism.

ESFP [The Popular One]

A Slytherin ESFP is one of the most likely to start a fight with a Gryffindor. They will act before thinking (dominant Se) and have a fierce loyalty to their Slytherin friends (secondary Fi). They may be the face of their class or Slytherin house because of their natural sociability. They will help any other Slytherin not expecting anything in return. It is just what any Slytherin would do for another. Other Slytherins will have a lot of fun with the ESFP Slytherin, but they will also be surprised. Slytherins are naturally competitive against one another and may dismiss the ESFP Slytherin finding them irresponsible and unintelligent. However, the ESFP will prove them wrong every time. Their tertiary Te will surprise their peers as they eloquently and reasonably communicate when they want to. ESFPs will also be the trend setter of Slytherin house, no matter what others say about the ESFP, the Slytherins will be copying the ESFP in fashion and attitude.

ESFJ [The Successful One]

The ESFJ will be the most involved student in the house. They will make sure that Slytherin is going to win the House Cup and is behaving themselves…at least in front of the teachers. They will probably be working hard to be a house Prefect. They will want appreciation for their efforts from their teachers and peers. For an ESFJ with a high bar they will want solid appreciation for their efforts of trying to be the best in Slytherin house and for Slytherin house to excel and be the best. The ESFJ Slytherin will be an amazing networker with older witches and wizards trying to get a leg up on other students. They will probably have a rapport with all of their professors. For the ESFJ what house they are in is very important as they like to surround themselves with many like-minded people. If Slytherins are those like-minded people (striving to be the very best), then the ESFJ will be determined to have the sorting hat place them in Slytherin.

INFJ [The Snob]

Dominant Ni is prone to questioning things. As much as Slytherin can be a sign of status quo to some, it is actually very pro breaking rules for the sake of advancement and progress. Such things are needed in order to move forward and be the best. The INFJ is all about this view and Slytherin is a good place for those who do. In Slytherin they can hone their vision for change and polish it. They will be in an academic environment that fuels their need to perfect their ideas. INFJs love the unknown and in Slytherin they can explore this with their mates. An unhealthy INFJ can be so sucked into their own romantic world feeling unique and like no one understands them that they create a superiority complex thinking they ARE unique and better than others. No one else around them fulfills their ideals. Such an INFJ would fuel negative stereotypes of Slytherins. This kind of INFJ would come off as a Wizarding World culture snob, looking down on those that don’t know a certain wizard scholar or a certain witch artist. This kind of INFJ could want to be in Slytherin, because only there do people understand the finer parts of Wizarding Culture.

INFP [The Determined Quester]

INFPs have a drive to find their place in the world that their Fi dictates. Their Fi is close, personal, and idealistic and combined with their Ne they look for a great meaning for it all. An INFP may be attracted to Slytherin because it promises greatness. Wherever their seeking takes them it could be Slytherin, their idealism could have them picture themselves as the person bound to such greatness that Slytherin promises them. Many INFPs place themselves in existing social systems to find their place and Slytherin could be the place they find themselves in, in order to find their role to better the world in some way. INFPs with a good grasp on their Te are great at managing resources and could be embodying the Slytherin ideal of resourcefulness at their best. An unhealthy INFP could be Slytherin because they are too introverted and in a functional loop. In that case it will be the world against the INFP’s views. The INFP will shock those around them with extremely self-assertive statements and reducing people of the other houses to stereotypes. The INFP Slytherin can be the unexpected nice Slytherin who is determined to understand meaning in life and feels that Slytherin determination is the best place to do that or the INFP Slytherin could be the biggest house bigot who talks down to all the other houses.

ENFP [The Aloof Mentor]

As a dominant Ne, the ENFP Slytherin would find Slytherin to be the best house for their visionary abilities. They like to think big and Slytherin would help them enact their dreams and visions in the best way. In fact, Slytherin might help them concentrate and implement their great ideas when they would have otherwise gotten bored and moved on. While Slytherin can often have a pessimistic feel to it, the ENFP would help lift the spirits of their peers and get them excited about the house’s many possibilities. The Slytherin ENFP upper classmates may be one of the first (along with the ENFJ) to help the younger classmates find their place in the house and help hone the younger classmates’ talents. The ENFP would be a popular mentor figure within Slytherin that the younger ones look up to, the older ones roll their eyes at, and the Slytherin’s in the same years as the ENFP want to party with. The unhealthy ENFP may personify some of the negative aspects of Slytherin and be incredibly self serving. They may grow to hate the other houses and take the rivalry between Slytherin and other houses (especially, Gryffindor) too seriously. 

ENFJ [The Mediator]

The ENFJ may find Slytherin to be the perfect place for them. Their dominant Fe makes them interested in rational social systems while their secondary Ni pushes them to strive to improve and understand that social system and the people apart of it. This need for understanding and improving on a social system could attract an ENFJ to Slytherin because Slytherin is focused on improvement and honing one’s skills to be the best. For the ENFJ who wants to focus on this part of themselves they will blend well into this house. Just like the ENFP they may have a taking to helping others in the house strive to improve themselves and contribute to the house as a whole. Unlike the looser ENFP, the ENFJ might take their job as a “teacher” or “guide” very seriously, trying to help others in the house on their personal journeys to success. Their interest in helping and people as a whole will help make them the glue for keeping Slytherins together and strive to forget one’s personal guffs with one another in order to do things like win the House Cup.  

INTJ [The Magical Theoretician]

An ambitious and academic INTJ can find themselves best helped in Slytherin. Their Ni makes them strive for innovation and the abstract while their Te makes them focus on what can actually be utilized in the real world (if they are using Te properly). The INTJ who wants to focus on creating a new magical theory or coming up with something to simply shake the Wizarding World can find comfort in Slytherin pushing them to implement their ideas into something real and constructive. The INTJ no matter what house they are in will have a harder time than most any other type feeling welcomed and apart of their house. INTJs are prone to isolating themselves and being observers of life rather than players in it. Slytherin may exacerbate that feeling, especially if the INTJ does not use their Te sufficiently. The Slytherin INTJ has to watch out for this kind of behavior, of being in their own minds and thinking themselves better than not just other houses, but their fellow Slytherins. An INTJ Slytherin at their best will go on to great things reinventing what magic means and what being a wizard in this new world means, but an unhealthy INTJ Slytherin can hoard their knowledge never sharing it with us “lessers” spiraling into behavior making them forever unhappy (*cough* Snape *cough*).

INTP [The Acclaimed Genius]

Many assume that an INTP will always be in Ravenclaw and the assumption isn’t off base. But not everyone fits into a perfect box and not all INTPs are Ravenclaws. INTPs whose inferior Fe is escaping them could find themselves in Slytherin. When an INTP’s inferior Fe gets away from them their primary focus whether they want to admit it or not is approval from society, from others. As the INTP is focusing on whatever structure of thought interests them (Ti) and they explore the many possibilities this structure has in the outside world (Ne) they can grow competitive looking for appreciation for all of their work, needing people to affirm how genius they really are. An INTP looking for greatness, for that approval, can find themselves easily in Slytherin. Allowed out of hand this can be a negative thing, but like many things about Slytherin it is all about perspective. The INTP who avoids all possibility of being judged out of fear of rejection or criticism is much more unhealthy than the INTP who lets this need for approval guide them. This Fe push can catalyst the INTP into a house like Slytherin where their ideas can actually be implemented in the outside world for something. That is something INTPs can struggle all their lives to accomplish. But Slytherin can help the INTP with a drive to prove their greatness and show the world what they are made of. 

ENTP [The Obnoxious One]

The ENTP Slytherin may just be the most bothersome Slytherin to the INTJ and INTP. The ENTP Slytherin has the same tendency as the ENFP to help their fellow Slytherin’s achieve greatness, but instead of helping on a person-to-person level like the ENFP (Fi), their focus is met with Ti interests: competition, strategy, critical examination of thoughts, etc. As the INTJ and INTP are working on things the ENTP will be critical of their work constantly poking holes in their work in order to help. The INTJ and INTP may be the most receptive to this, but when the ENTP is unleashed on their fellow Slytherins not of these types they may find their way of helping, of sticking their nose and critiquing their peer’s work isn’t always wanted. The ENTP Slytherin will also irk their SJ Slytherins in their ability to grasp almost all subjects quickly and gaining enough fluency to get by rather nicely in all their classes without the need to truly study and keep their nose in a book. While the SJs have been hard at work tisking that the ENTP Slytherin should be doing their work, looking down at the ENTP. The next day in class they find themselves infuriated as the ENTP wings it and gets if not top marks, pretty damn close. Once the ENTP has grabbed onto a single idea with their Ne and has found their passion, the ENTP Slytherin will blend well with their peers focusing inward instead of outward, and working hard and diligently on their given passion, being consumed by it, probably being stupidly mistaken for an INTJ by that point. 

ENTJ [The Improver]

Like the ENFJ, the ENTJ has secondary Ni and is focused on improvement. But their attention is not on people or social systems. Their focus in much more on objective principles and logical systems themselves. The INTJ will question a magical theory, while the ENTJ will work on improving on the theory that already exists. The ENTJ is all about making systems, even theoretical ones, more efficient in the real world. The ENTJ may not be the top of the class, but they will certainty be the loudest one on top. With their charisma they often can get what they want done, but their coldness at times can turn others off of their plans for success. The drive fore improvement can lead ENTJs to want to be the best, their Te makes them think of the whole over their sense of self as well. The ENTJ will try to take command of Slytherin and make it the absolute best. An ENTJ Slytherin will make sure that the house is organized and a tight ship. Unlike the ESTJ, the ENTJ won’t come to the defense and negotiate between systems and people, but they will improve upon every aspect of how Slytherin is organized and functions. This is something all ENTJs will do no matter what house they are in, but in Slytherin their need for improvement and efficient, to be the best, would be best honed.

260. A Slytherin is friends with some other house students, and they say, “We’re friends but your house is evil. You’re nice though, you’re like the only good Slytherin.”
And they just smile, and later they walk into the common room and announce, “I just got only-nice-Slytherin’d.”
Because a lot of Slytherins have other house friends, they just never make it public knowledge because of their house’ reputation.
So most of the house is a ‘secret, only-nice-Slytherin friend’ to the rest of the school.
They like it, but also try not to laugh whenever their friends pretend to be talking to them for some other random reason when another Slytherin walks by.
(They keep a scoreboard of who’s been only-nice-Slytherin’d. Bets are often placed.)