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Re: HP/Hogwarts AU
« Reply #30 on: February 21, 2015, 12:16:54 pm »
Pff, yeah, I guess the whole sorting is a lot harder than it seems at first sight. I don't remember who suggested it, but maybe that 'answering quizzes pretending to be one of the characters' is not such a bad idea after all XD; I guess we can say for certain that certain characters don't fit in certain houses (e.g. no-one's suggested Ravenclaw for Inukashi or Slytherin for Shion), but otherwise... haha let's take a vote XD Oh well. We can have fifty different AUs because never too many AUs! (Or is that just me? Right? Okay I'll show myself out.)

@Aoyokai: what way did you want to turn the discussion in? House-wise or different things to discuss? Because I'm sure we can still do that! I mean, I don't think so far any two people have disagreed on houses for all characters, so...

But yeah I don't think anyone was suggesting Slytherin for Nezumi because it being the 'bad house' or 'pureblood' (though depending on when this AU would be set - post-Deathly Hallows, Slytherin started to take in half-bloods and Muggle borns, right? I'm not entirely sure where I read that but I was pretty sure that was the case?). More like - cunning, ambition and resourcefulness do all fit Nezumi. Though of course, no-one fits one house 100% - obviously, see all the posts above XD Slytherin Safu is an interesting idea, hmmm.

Safu liking Potions is something I can totally get behind, because it seems to be very text book based and rational - do x and y in this quantity and result is z. I think she might enjoy that?

Yeah, I'm with @Vox with Nezumi's patronus being a snake... I feel like mouse/rat would be too - well, convenient too, but it's a name he was given, not necessarily what he might consider his protective animal. Or however that even works with patronuses - it doesn't seem you can really influence its shape consciously? I don't know, I haven't caught up on Pottermore in years, so if anything has been revealed there I'm out of the loop, oops.