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Friday, January 12, 2007

The houses




Over the years many people have their prefered houses in their minds. The greatest popularity is Gryffindor closely followed by Slytherin. Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff had been battling for third ever since Sorcerers Stone. Many think Hufflepuff is where the bad witches and Wizards go to. So how did it keep up so much popularity and be a contender for third with Ravenclaw? So far we know much about Gryffindor and Slytherin and objects that they left behind. Hufflepuff we just recently found out. What about Ravenclaw though? Harry Potter fans have voted more on Hufflepuff through the years because we know more about Hufflepuff we always have. We don't know for sure who the head of Ravenclaw house is (many guess Flitwick but where is it in the book?) We know more about Hufflepuff. After the third book though some fans brought up the factthat Ravenclaw doesn't seem important. We find this out in HBP. No one seems to know who the heir to Ravenclaw is and what the heirloom that she left behind is. We want to know more about Ravenclaw and fans are screaming, "When will Ravenclaw get their day?!" They haven't beaten Gryffindor in a quidditch match, they have never won the house cup, they aren't mentioned about very much and J.K. refuses to tell us anything that could be very important about the Ravenclaws. When will Ravenclaw really get their day?

1 comment:

A Fan said...

We don't know for sure who the head of Ravenclaw house is (many guess Flitwick but where is it in the book?)

it is in the book on p. 382 HBP

"Rain lashed against the high windows and the enchanted ceiling swirled darkly above them as they assembled in front of Professor McGonagall, Snape, Flitwick, and Sprout - the Heads of Houses..."

just thought you'd like to know.