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Disney Princess go to Hogwarts by almister12 Disney Princess go to Hogwarts by almister12
Disney Princesses went... to Hogwarts?

This is probably my last "Disney Princesses went". Cinderella, Tiana, Ariel, and Repunzel just take wayyyy too long and I feel generally look sloppy...

Anyway, houses are as followed:
Jasmine - Gryffindor
Snow White - Hufflepuff
Mulan - Slytherin
Aurora - Hufflepuff
Cinderella - Slytherin
Pocahontas - Hufflepuff
Tiana - Gryffindor
Belle - Ravenclaw (I don't think this even needs explaining)
Ariel - Slytherin
Repunzel - Gryffindor

Before I explain all of my princesses, I want to remind people that Slytherin is not "bad". They create just as great of wizards as any of the other houses.

What houses do you think they belong in?

Here are the house definitions I used:
Gryffindor values bravery, daring, nerve, and chivalry
Hufflepuff values hard work, patience, loyalty, and fair play
Ravenclaw values intelligence, knowledge and wit
Slytherin house values ambition, cunning and resourcefulness

Reasoning behind each princess and placement in house:
Jasmine: She very brave, and I doubt anyone would disagree with that. She stands up for what she believes in, and will do whatever it takes to be successful.
Snow White: Snow White is very patient and hard working. Her step-mother makes her do all those chores and she does so without complaining.
Mulan: I find Mulan very deceiving, basically the definition of "cunning". Think about it - she tricks a whole country into believing she is a man. She is also ambitious because she stands up for what she believes in, rather than sitting back and allowing her father to go to war.
Aurora: I find Aurora very sweet and innocent. Given, I haven't seen this movie in years (she's probably my least favorite Disney Princess), but from what I remember, she is very hard working when she was "Briar Rose".
Cinderella: Cinderella was probably the hardest one for me to sort. I think I had her in all of the houses (except Ravenclaw) at some point. I settled on Slytherin because she is very resourceful and had such high ambition for what she wanted.
Pocahontas: She is sooooo loyal. She is always fair and did not believe her tribe was any better than the pioneers, and vice versa. Even in the second movie, she wants to be as fair as possible.
Tiana: I had a hard time placing Tiana, but settled on Griffendor because I felt she had a lot of nerve. I suppose she could have easily been placed in Hufflepuff too, because she is hard working.
Belle: She's smart. It's as simple as that and I don't think it needs any more explaining.
Ariel: I felt that Ariel is so ambitious it's unbelievable. She wanted to completely change who she was, and she desired it so much that she did whatever she could to do this.
Repunzel: When I thought of this idea this morning, for some reason I just thought that Repunzel would be sorted into Gryffindor over any other house.




Princesses copyright Disney
Houses copyright JK Rowling
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SparklyBlueRoses84 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Student General Artist
Pocahontas and Mulan are wrong.
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SparklyBlueRoses84 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Student General Artist
Some of them are wrong...
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hiabove Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
ouldt tiana be slithering then ? I mean think about it  she was ambitious to gain her restaurant even tho  she was  in the lowest of the lowest  economic circumstances as well as the fact that she lice in  an era where  been of color  didn't give you much chance.Her  way of  using all of what she could do was to work her butt off and gains much as possible even tho she knew that she was of color and she wasn't as well accepting as other people but yet she fought her way across that.When she was turn into a frog  she was resourceful into doing everything possible to  turn her self back to normal. i believe she deserves to  be a slithering.THen again gryffindor is well to.May I ask your permission to use this picture for future reference?
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alicefiresage Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i love how there's one ravenclaw out of all of them
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HatterOfWykkydness Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013
I think Rapunzel would be in Ravenclaw because of her love of books and curiosity. But I can see all the houses.
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DazedDaisiesO-o Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool, but i think punzie belongs more to slytherin. If using your hair and a frying pan to gain the upper hand over your foes isnt resourceful, i dont know what is. :XD:
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lovelyjuliexo Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Student General Artist
um snow white's outfit looks green. . .not yellow
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kingdomdisney Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
I agree with you on all of these! Thank you for finally sorting Princesses into Slytherin!
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StarlaSnape Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
I actually disagree with some of these. I don't think Belle should be in Ravenclaw just because she likes books. She has more qualities than that. For instance, she's loyal, hard working, friendly, all attributes of Hufflepuff. If you'll remember Hermione Granger was intelligent and clever and loved books but she was still in Gryffindor because she had stronger Gryffindor qualities .

Also, Mulan only went to war to protect her father, and that is a huge act of bravery, on tht I think would put her in Gryffindor .

Jasmine is far to ambitious for Gryffindor, she would most certainly be a Slytherin .

Cinderella is most definately a Hufflepuff . She wasn't cunning, and she didn't really have much ambition at all, she just wanted to go to the Ball, and she did exactly what her step-mother told her to without complaining .

Pocahontas threw herself in between her father and John Smith to save his life, that is another act of Bravery . Plus, she wasn't that hard working because she was always sneaking off to do other things . She would have been a Gryffindor .

And lastly Tiana, while I'll agree she was very ambitious, she was also hard working and loyal, those were her strongest attributes which I think would have landed her in Hufflepuff .

Anyways, this was just my oppinion . :D
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kindy99 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
i completely agree with you but I would have put Tiana in Slytherin because she was so determined to create a better life for herself and get her daddy's restaurant. I would have put her in Slytherin because she was so ambitious.
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StillBurning Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Also belle is a good finder
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Haili73 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
No kidding- I mean, how did she find her father and the castle so fast? No, seriously.
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izclark Featured By Owner May 3, 2013
hahaha XD
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manny15 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012
haha i love starkid
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lesmislover88 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
YES! Someone else who thinks Rapunzel would be in Gryffindor! Nice job with all the sorting!
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Chocorific Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
Chill, guys, Slytherin is an awesome house, and I can definitely see Mulan in it. What? Is EVERYONE in Slytherin EVIL? -_-
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Polgara-Black Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
I kinda agree with most of them but I can't make up my mind about Rapunzel and Pocahontas. Rapunzel seems to have both Gryffindor and Ravenclaw traits to me... I mean, her curiosity is what urges her to go find the "lights" and she's very keen on books and knowledge. But I do think that Gryffindor suits her.

Same for Pocahontas. I think she could fit in any house, but Slytherin. She's fair and loyal indeed but she stands up for her tribe and her beliefs, and that would make her Gryffindor too.

As for the only girl I disagree with, that would be Mulan. Sure she tricked everyone, but for one purpose : protect her family and her honor. You say so yourself : She stands up for what she believes in rather than sitting back. That is utter bravery and daring to me = Gryffindor traits.
That's only what I think, but I'd definitely put Mulan into Gryffindor ^^
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christiebella Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012   Artist
awesome
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PeppermintMochaMama Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2012   Photographer
Very cute but Cinderella had no lofty aspirations - she would have definitely been a Hufflepuff.
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Stardust-on-my-mind Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012  Student
I agree with all but Mulan. Yes, deceiving and cunning were both correct, but she did all those things out of pure bravery. she stood up for her father fully aware of the fate that awaited her if she was discovered a woman all because she believed that it was the right thing to do. If that isn't courage than I don't know what is, which is such a Gruffindor thing :P
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Maemouse Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2012  Student Writer
I think Tiana belongs in Hufflepuff ^_^
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chibi-chocolate123 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012
Lol! Poor belle, the only smart Disney princess XD
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fobia8 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2012  Student Writer
Belle would definitly go to Ravenclow, because she is smart and loves books. :)
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Stacey104201 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Student Writer
aw man mulans in slytherin!
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EmiliaR Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2011
About Ariel, that's partially true, as she didn't do that stuff on her own, she was amde to do it.
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lovelyjuliexo Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2011  Student General Artist
:rofl: haha love how Belle's the only Ravenclaw!

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Disneylyric Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011  Student General Artist
Rapunzel is very brave.
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JeminaRouge Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist

I understand the thought process behind placing Belle in Ravenclaw, but personally I think she's more of a Gryffindor. She's intelligent, a fact that's undeniable, but there's more to being in Ravenclaw then smarts, Ravenclaws are clever and shrewd, and are similar to their Slytherin counterparts in that they can be proud, ambitious and a bit selfish. Belle doesn't fit in with that alignment. If we look at Belle's actions - sacrificing herself for the sake of her father, exploring the West Wing despite being ordered not to, and the desire to start a new life - that shows real courage, somewhat meddlesome curiosity, and independence. I believe Belle's like Hermoine in the sense that she possesses the intelligence of a Ravenclaw, but the heart of a Gryffindor, and as a result would be better suited in that house.

Sorry to nitpick. :P
There are others I disagree with to some extent, but Belle just happens to be my favorite princess. :heart:
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SparklyBlueRoses84 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Student General Artist
Yeah, for Belle, I prefer Gryffindor over Ravenclaw.
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kaylawhoop15 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012  Hobbyist
Agreed.
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Disneylyric Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011  Student General Artist
I agree. Sometimes the sorting hat puts people in a house due to just one quality. Ex:Pettigrew seems way more like a hufflepuff than a gryffindor, but in a relaxed state is much more likely to be daring.
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RainOnHerParade Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
I love the idea but I disagree with most of these. These are my disagreements:

Jasmine, in my opinion, would be Slytherin. Yes she is very brave but I feel throughout the movies the trait that shows through her the most is her ambition and her cunning (like the way she tricks Jafar at the end?). Most princesses in her position would be content to sit by and let their lives be run by the rules of the kingdom, but not Jasmine. Her eyes are set higher than that.

Mulan would be Ravenclaw. All of her ideas--firing the cannon to make an avalanche, how she figured out the pole with the arrow, her plan at the palace, etc--are based in logic and show that she thinks in a different way than everyone else, thereby making her a Ravenclaw in my book. She's definitely brave, don't get me wrong, but I think she's an opposite Hermione. Where Hermione appears to be obviously Ravenclaw but is a Gryffindor, Mulan is the other way around.

I think Cinderella would be Hufflepuff. She's really loyal to her family even though they mistreat her. She even helps Anastasia find love in one of the sequels. She works really really hard and is extremely patient, waiting for her life to change, which doesn't sound very Slytherin-y to me.

I think Pocahontas is Gryffindor. She's definitely loyal, but it was noble, daring, and courageous of her to reach out to John Smith to teach him about her people, and to protect him from the injustice he nearly suffered at the hands of her people. She was willing to stand up against injustice even when it was her people committing it. Gryffindor!

I think Tiana is Hufflepuff because she is hard working, patient, fair minded, and loyal to herself and her family. I think those traits far outshine her few moments of bravery.

I think Belle is Gryffindor. Yeah, she's smart, but there's a lot more to being a Ravenclaw than enjoying reading. She willingly becomes the Beast's prisoner even though she knows she will never see her father again, and she stands up to him, which is pretty nervy in my opinion. She's kind of like Hermione in my opinion.

I think Rapunzel is Slytherin. Yeah she's definitely brave but I think her ambition and cunning show through more than her bravery.

Yeah, that's just my opinion, though. =)
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RockMermaidFire Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2011  Student
I wholeheartedly agree with all of the ones you said :nod:
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Dubedition Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Woow, you were able to capture every princess as if it was you who had created each one. Now thats some technique you got there. Unbelievable.
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froggymicwop Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
awesome, but pocahontas is a total gryffindor.
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froggymicwop Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
awesome, but pocahontas is a total gryffindor.
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SparklyBlueRoses84 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Student General Artist
And so are Mulan, Ariel, and Belle.
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kykyrayray13 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2011
Agreed
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CatRoxUrSox Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Ok, this is so fabulous! My best friend and I we're completely obsessed with princesses AND Harry Potter as children! She found this and showed it to me, pretty much made my day! You're a fabulous artist and what an excellent idea!
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purple-camels Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2011
mixing two of my favourite things, Disney and HP :D
it's great
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kattors Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011  Professional General Artist
I agree with everything except rapunzel,
I think she would be in ravenclaw
she's book smart and highly creative.
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MoonsilverKnight Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
Looove it. 2x the geek points. Yay.
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lepetitsouris Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
I agree with most of these, although..

I think Tiana and Rapunzel would be Hufflepuffs, Cinderella, Pocahontas, and Belle would be Gryffindors, and Mulan would be a Ravenclaw. :)
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SerenitysFantasy Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
I think both Cinderella and Rapunzel would have been places in Hufflepuff myself. They both worked hard for what they wanted. Cinderella always seemed to have a good heart though. And then Rapunzel was very loyal to Mother Gothel when she believed that the woman was her mother. She was stressing over the fact that she wasn't being as loyal to the point of being bipolar in the movie. This is just my opinion...wow a lot of princesses in Hufflepuff XD ANYWAY! YOU DID AWESOME! I would have NEVER thought of this and you get props for that. Definitely going to fav.
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madam-marla Featured By Owner May 25, 2011   Digital Artist
this is pretty cool :P
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Fensy Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
really good work:) exept i would put cinderella in ravenclaw;)
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RiverEcho Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
look at me, I cant spell >.< Sorry
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RiverEcho Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd put Arial, Snow White, and Jasmine in Ravenclaw
Cinderella and Beauty in Hufflepuff
then the rest in Griffindor. :shrug: Belle is like Hermione to me.
But I love the concept and idea :D It's be fun to do this with characters
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Azleas2 Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
for me, pocahontas and mulan have to be gryffindor... both of them are so brave (challenge an entire nation), and daring (both gives their lifes for another ones)... but this is a personal opinion...

NICE WORK!
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rikki912 Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
I can see why you chose hufflepuff for pocahontas but i think it would have made more sense for her to be in gryffindor. she is definatly very brave. in the first movie she puts her life on the line in order to prevent an unjust war. in the second movie she goes to a whole new world (or at least it is for her) and she just wants to explore it. she isn't afraid of all of the changes as most people would be, she just wants to know more about it. she also risks her life again in this movie if i remember correctly.
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