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Photomanipulation not very well but I try... had to change many things to fit, so some parts are drawn.
Originally this was with the intention of giving them the Hogwarts uniform

Taking the issue Please read it :)

With a friend talking about what house would be several characters and ended with a discussion of these four and disagreed on several things most of all with Hiccup and Merida so I decided to write my reasons why I put everyone in that house.
And remember! this is just my opinion :)
Why public this here? cuz I'm don't create a journal u_u
Okay, let's begin....


:bulletgreen::bulletgreen:My first choice for Jack is Slytherin, not because he's evil or something ¡Oh come on! Not all Slytherins are evil! Jack is smart, playful, friendly, generous, and charismatic, is also arrogant, self-centered, cunning and very ambitious, for example, when seems like he really care about the cause of the guardians when he learns that his memories are at stake.

He is usually a bit loner but like any Slytherin when meet a good friend, he becomes very loyal and protective of them. Furthermore, he's competitive and his rivalry with Bunnymund reminds me of typical fights between Slytherin and Gryffindor. Jack has a lot of talent, determination and is a good strategist how is evident in the film and would do anything to get what he wants.

The Slytherins aren't bad people, the problem is when they are driven by ambition and pride, causing very serious consequences, the Slytherins aren't interested in people who carry by the road while aren't directly affected, and that reminds me of the part where Jack decides to go in search of his teeth ignoring the main task and what really should be doing causing serious consequences.

Besides all this, Jack is rebellious and very sarcastic and having a certain disregard for rules. Yes, he was doing coming winter but he didn't by obligation, if not for his own personal enjoyment and for children.... so yes, he's obviously a Slytherin


:bulletyellow::bulletblue:She’s kind, sweet, outgoing, playful, and very witty. If is true that having spent her entire life in a tower with nothing to do she's pretty smart in almost all areas, as in literature, all kinds of arts, and astronomy, for example when displayed all the patterns of stars that did seeing eye. Is also true that she seems to have a thirst for knowledge, wanting to learn from the outside world or more specifically learn about the lights and their meanings. This could make her a perfect Ravenclaw, in the house of wisdom and a very open mind.

But personally, I see she's more like a Hufflepuff because Rapunzel has a noble heart, great compassion and kindness, she's very happy, very naive and without prejudice, always sees the good in people even when has a dark side, so to speak, and always fight for what is right. She’s not looking for violence but isn’t afraid to face when trying to protect a loved one, she's not competitive nor walks boasting of what she can do.

Rapunzel is also extremely loyal and obedient, which is a strong feature of a Hufflepuff. When disobeys to Mother Gothel and escapes, she’s always thinking about the bad daughter is, and is always suffering for disobey her mother. Or when Eugene is dying, she would give everything for him regardless of the consequences, even if is her own lives. No doubt she's trustworthy, always honest and never breaks the promises makes.... So for me, she's a Hufflepuff


:bulletyellow::bulletblue:Hiccup has the same case as Rapunzel, although Hiccup is shy and reserved, friendly, with a deep sense of compassion and occasionally naive. He's extremely hardworking, once has his mind on a task doesn't stop until it is completed. Determined and very patient, loyal to his friends, not afraid of hard work and usually seeks union, for example, when is trying to show that there is another way to do things instead of killing the dragons. Those are definitive traits of a Hufflepuff.

But Hiccup is intelligent, observant, and curious. He's also a craftsman, always creating all kinds of inventions, and also shows great skill in being a leader and strategist. He's the brains of the group, as the voice of reason even when it is the weakest link in his tribe. At first he's almost obsessed to prove himself and gain recognition of his tribe leaving aside the orders, something that wouldn't make a Hufflepuff.

Hiccup not only read about dragons in the texts, but it tests his knowledge; is able to create his own theories and hypotheses through intelligence and what has learned with his research. In general, he's of intellectual nature and loves learning new things. He's very clever but not boring because has a very funny and sarcastic wit. Thinks quick to solve a difficult problem or to say something funny… undoubtedly for me a perfect Ravenclaw.


:bulletred::bulletgreen:Now who for me is the most difficult of all: Mérida.
She's passionate, headstrong and impulsive, who wants to take control of her own destiny. She's adventurous, daring, bold and brave, who is constantly in search of new adventures and loves challenges. She's stubborn, defiant and very determined and... Oh come on! The movie is called Brave! Merida would be a great Gryffindor; they estimated the honor, courage and the daring, and chivalry, their members are characterized by being brave but sometimes to the point of being reckless. Everything screams Merida, right? She's capable of anything to defend what she believe and never give up and Merida also has a sweetness of heart, especially when it comes to her brothers.

But now my problem; Merida seeks greatness, she's clever and competitive and what stands out, she's really ambitious. In fact, she's most ambitious than gentlemanly to the point that will do anything to get her way, regardless of the duty and loyalty, not caring if this affects someone else ¡Even tried to brainwash her mother with magic! And only repents after seeing the great consequences of her actions. Yes, she's brave, but it is also extremely deficient and selfish. Want to be the best and let everyone know who she is, besides its disregard for following the rules. In conclusion, Merida can also be a Slytherin too.

So here I have a dilemma in what house could she belong, but something tells me that she is more inclined towards Slytherin more. But if we go with that want every one of them is in a house, she would be ideal for Gryffindor ... difficult… What you think?
Well already all of you convinced me... Merida's a Gryffindor.

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DragonWolfStar Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Awesome picture, and I definitely agree with pretty much all of your reasoning.  In fact, a lot of it matches with the things I scribbled down while plotting a Hogwarts/Big Six (with Frozen) crossover, with the addendum that any one of them could have also been in Gryffindor, as all of them have courage in spades to do the things they did in their respective movies.  I'd be curious to see where you'd put Anna and Elsa from Frozen.  Anyway, lovely photo-manipulation, and thanks for sharing!
JohnnyCade4EVR Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
This is so cool! Did you have to download software to make it?
elljagride Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have the same exact housing issues T^T

legoland5254 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014

exactly your point....
ssjnaomi Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
I completely agree with you on all of these choices. Merida has always been a Gryffindor to me through and through. I've always gone back and forth with Jack between Slytherin or Gryffindor. He reminds me of the Weasley Twins so I can see him being a Gryffindor, but ultimately I like him in the snake house because of the reasons you've said and not all Slytherins are evil. I can totally see Hiccup and Rapunzel getting a hat stall between the same houses. However, when you look at personality AND talents I think Hiccup is a solid Ravenclaw. Rapunzel can go either way for me. She can be a smart Hufflepuff or a talented Ravenclaw, but I like your reasoning for making her a Hufflepuff :D
kimberlyHarris1990 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013
I agree with you
lu40953 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013  Student General Artist
this was an interesting deduction! I agree with all of your choices in the end. :)
28dragons Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013
And absolutely gorgeous, gorgeous image :,D
28dragons Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013
Cuine Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hahahaha no problem? :XD: 
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