Since I'm a fan of the Harry Potter book series, I've decided to do a series of articoli interpreting Disney characters into the Hogwarts Houses. I'll be doing all the princesses and princes, and maybe some side characters and villains. This article'll just be the Renaissance Princesses, since the descriptions are going to be pretty lengthy and I doubt te guys could handle Leggere another of my super long articles. If te don't like Harry Potter te might be a bit confused, but if te have basic knowledge of the houses you'll be fine. Oh, and all of this is just my opinion.
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Also, just for reference, here are the qualities looked for for each house: Gryffindor House values bravery, daring, nerve, and chivalry. These traits can sometimes bring the members of this House to the point of recklessness. Hufflepuff House for the most part contains people who are hard-working, friendly, loyal, modest, honest and impartial. They are often overlooked because of their lack of daring and ambition. Ravenclaw House prizes learning, wisdom, wit, and intellect in its members. Therefore Ravenclaws can be over-obsessed with their work and rather competitive. Slytherin House usually has people who are ambitious, shrewd, cunning, strong leaders, and achievement-oriented. They can be too judgmental of those not of noble blood, and can be quite sinister due to their dedication to get what they want at all costs.
Okay, now that we know what kind of traits the Houses are looking for, we can see who would be in which House. So, without further ado, let's begin! Ariel is a... Gryffindor!
Ariel is an obvious Gryffindor. She's brave, as evidenced da that whole squalo thing. She's reckless, showcased da her deal with Ursula, and she's rather bold and a bit short-tempered, standing up to her father. Daring and heroic, Ariel would fit in perfectly with the Gryffindors. Second Choice: Slytherin
I actually considered making Ariel a Slytherin, before I realized how many Gryffindor qualities she has. But she wouldn't be a bad Slytherin, that's for sure. She's ambitious, and absolutely focused on achieving what she wants. And she is cunning, in the sense that she was sort of tricking Eric the whole time. Third Choice: Ravenclaw
I don't think Ariel would be much of a Ravenclaw. She isn't really wise o witty, and she doesn't seem to care much for authority. However, she is curious about all of the human world's 'thing-a-ma-bobs', which counts for something. Fourth Choice: Hufflepuff
I think Ariel wouldn't be able to fit in Hufflepuff, but she'd do alright, I suppose. I mean, at least she's kinda friendly.
Belle is a... Ravenclaw!
Their daring, nerve, and chivalry set Gryffindors apart
To be honest, I wasn't sure which house Belle would fit best in. I mean, she'd kind of do well in all of the houses. But I ended up putting her in this one. Because Ravenclaw House values intelligence, knowledge and wit above all else, and Belle has those three qualities in abundance, as shown many times throughout the film. Second Choice: Gryffindor
close second. Belle is bold and daring, as shown da her treatment of those who are rude to her o her family. And she's chivalrous, evidenced da her immediate agreement to take her father's place. She can also make rash decisions at times, such as her rushing from the castello after the West Wing encounter. Third Choice: Slytherin
Like I said, Belle would do well in any of the Houses. But she's più of a Slytherin than a Hufflepuff. Belle is shrewd, cunning and resourceful, traits best revealed da how she handled Gaston and how she convinced Cogsworth to give her a tour of the castle. Fourth Choice: Hufflepuff
Although this is my fourth choice for Belle, I think she'd make a good Hufflepuff. She's loyal and tolerant, shown da her treatment of the Beast, at least once he starts respecting her. And she's kind and friendly, as Disney Princesses are wont to be.
Jasmine is a... Slytherin!
Or yet in wise old Ravenclaw, if you've a ready mind, where those of wit and learning, will always find their kind
And when I say 'Slytherin', I mean 'so nearly a Gryffindor that I wish she could have two houses'. But I did some soul-searching, and decided that gelsomino is a bit più cunning and resourceful than she is daring and reckless. She is obviously adept at tricking others, and even when it isn't her trick, like when Aladdin tried to pass her off as mentally inferior in order to save her hand, she plays her part well. And she herself says that she's a fast learner. Second Choice: Gryffindor
Another close second. She isn't as rash o reckless as Ariel, but she is still quite short-tempered. And she also shows herself to be chivalrous when she gives the young hungry child the apple. Third Choice: Ravenclaw
gelsomino doesn't fit in Ravenclaw o Hufflepuff as well as she does Gryffindor and Slytherin, but I think she'd excel in Ravenclaw over Hufflepuff because of her sassy wit and adeptness at learning new things. Fourth Choice: Hufflepuff
I don't think gelsomino would fit in Hufflepuff at all. She isn't particularly hard-working, friendly, loyal, o honest, and she'd do better in the other houses.
Pocahontas is a… Gryffindor!
Or perhaps in Slytherin you'll make your real friends, those cunning folks use any means to achieve their ends
Yeah, I'm pretty sure Pocahontas is usually pegged as Ravenclaw, but to me that seems più like the Wise Native trope than anything to do with the character. So, I think she's a Gryffindor. She shows that she has nerve and daring, running around talking to strangers and jumping off cliffs, and she's chivalrous to the point of recklessness, doing things like stopping John Smith's execution at risk to her own personal safety. Second Choice: Ravenclaw
I wasn't really sure about what my placements for her other choices would be, but I think that she'd be a Ravenclaw if she wasn't a Gryffindor. She seems wise about being good to nature, and she shows intelligence in that she thinks very carefully before she acts. Third Choice: Hufflepuff
This house is my third choice for her più because of her loyalty than anything else. She's loyal to John Smith, shown when she tells her father that he'd have to kill her to kill him, but also loyal to her tribe when she stays behind when John leaves. She's also shown to be pretty honest, and easy to get to know considering her closeness with Nakoma. Fourth Choice: Slytherin
Poca wouldn't make much of a Slytherin. She isn't really cunning o ambitious, and she shows the exact opposite o good leadership skills.
Mulan is a… Hufflepuff!
You might belong in Gryffindor, where dwell the Ribelle - The Brave at heart
This is actually the placement I'm the least sure about. Mulan is a complicated one. But, throughout her movie she shows that she's loyal and unafraid of toil. She also seems to be an essentially honest and genial girl, although she attempts to act tough while disguised as a man. In addition, Mulan is never really competitive while training, and even after she saves China she is quite modest about her achievement. Second Choice: Gryffindor
Ah yes, the one everyone expected me to pick as Mulan's house. I think Mulan would be a pretty good Gryffindor though, she shows that she's Ribelle - The Brave and chivalrous when she joins the army in her father's place, and is daring enough to go back to the palace when she finds out about the Huns and, when no one believes her, goes to fight them herself. Third Choice: Slytherin
Probably another popolare choice for her. Mulan is clever and cunning enough to pass as a man in the army (although she does kinda fail at that), and she shows very good leadership qualities in the climax of the movie. She's also determined, and resourceful as shown when she uses a fan to fight Shan Yu. Fourth Choice: Ravenclaw
Mulan, like Belle, kind of fits into all the houses to some extent, but she's less of a Ravenclaw. While she's certainly clever and intuitive, she isn't particularly witty o wise, and just fits into the others more.
So, that's the sorting for the Renaissance DPs: two Gryffindors, one Ravenclaw, one Slytherin and one Hufflepuff. I'm sure some of te will disagree with my placements, but nonetheless I hope te enjoyed my articolo and bothered to read the whole thing through.
You might belong in Hufflepuff, where they are just and loyal, those patient Hufflepuffs are true, and unafraid of toil
Thus, the houses and their founders maintained friendships firm and true.