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[Aug. 30th, 2011|03:17 am]
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Oops, sorting characters from my fandoms again.

I saw a great post on Tumblr that I thought was very accurate in their sorting with the Doctor being Ravenclaw, Amy being Gryffindor, Rory being Hufflepuff, and River being Slytherin.

So I got think about other new Who companions and what houses I'd sort them into. For Rose I think Gryffindor. As much as I don't like her I still definitely think she had the brave thing down. I mean 'do you like my gun'? That's a totally Gryffindor line. Martha is was a little harder because she's a doctor so the natural instinct is to place her in Ravenclaw but then she walked the freaking world to save it and that's a very Gryffindor thing. But ultimately I think she shares more traits with Ravenclaw. Donna was also a little bit more difficult. Her slightly abrasive and forceful nature combined with the more gentle nuturing and emotional side of her means she isn't a simple one to place. I think she's probably a Hufflepuff but I would happily accept someone's interpretation of her being a Gryffindor. Mickey is a Hufflepuff with Gryffindor traits. Jack...well I'm not sure Jack is even sortable. If I had to put him a house, I'd place him Slytherin. Jackie is a Hufflepuff (probably). And Adam? Well, he's a Ravenclaw. Book smart? Yes. Street smart (which granted is a large area when you're travelling in a time machine)? Not so much. I mean the whole reason he was kicked out of the TARDIS by 9 was because he was curious enough to try and learn all he could about the new time that he found himself in. He didn't really think about the consequences, but his main focus was learning so he's clearly a Ravenclaw. Then we get to Sarah Jane. Smart, dependable, brilliant Sarah Jane. I honestly can't decide if she should be in Hufflepuff or Gryffindor.

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