Why I love Ilvermorny...
It’s not because it’s an American, and I get to learn more about the place which I live and how it apples to a world I’ve loved as a child - though I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a small part. Ilvermorny allows a fresh start. In the original novel we start out with an animosity toward Slytherin, it’s labeled by the characters. Gryffindor is good, Slytherin is bad, Raven claws are smart, and it leaves Hufflepuffs as ‘the nice ones’.
Here we can all wear our house pride and without fear of being joked about, because there aren’t any labels attached to it. There is now bad, good, weak labels and stigma attached. I know were all proud of our Hogwarts house, I know I am, but isn’t it lovely that there’s no one who laugh when you say you’re a Pukwudgie? No one wondering if you’re sane like they do if you claim to be a Slytherin?
J.K. Rowling has once again given us a fresh world of magic, and I hope everyone is enjoying it as much as I am.