Hufflepuff and Proud

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Hello my little munchkins. How are you all doing? So it turned out that I haven’t really stuck to posting my blog posts on schedule but I am getting it all set up and figured out currently this week. I have been able to read some books that I received from blogging companies and authors so I hopefully will have a bunch of review up soon.

I had an idea for hufflepuff pride and then I thought why just be Hufflepuff? So I throughout the next couple of weeks will do blog posts for each Hogwarts house, but of course I will start it off with my house.

Anyways, why don’t we get into the post already?

Basic Information about the Hufflepuff House


Founder: Helga Hufflepuff

House Color: Yellow and Black

House Animal: The Amazing and precious Badger


Well known people from this house according to Pottermore, ” Helga Hufflepuff
‘Sweet Hufflepuff, from valley broad’ was one of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Known for being kind and caring, and especially loved for her food-related charms. While the other founders prized daring and cunning, Helga reportedly welcomed all students, particularly hard workers.

Bridget Wenlock
A famous thirteenth-century witch celebrated for her skills in Arithmancy. Protective of her theorems, she wrote many of her ideas down in invisible ink making them somewhat easy to misplace. Bridget was the first to discover the magical significance of the number seven.

Newt Scamander
Magizoologist Newton Artemis Fido Scamander, ‘Newt’ to his readers, was the author of trusted Hogwarts textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Passionate about magical creatures from an early age, he travelled the world observing beasts and their behaviour in the wild. In 1926, he visited New York on just such an adventure…

Pomona Sprout
Head of Hufflepuff house, her hat may have been patched but there was nothing shabby about Professor Sprout’s knowledge of all things Herbology. From her greenhouse classroom she taught students how to handle dangerous plants like Mandrakes and Bubotubers.


Cedric Diggory
Cedric Diggory was Hufflepuff house’s Quidditch team captain and Seeker. In his sixth year at Hogwarts, he became one of the Triwizard Champions. Good, kind, brave, and a credit to his house.

Nymphadora Tonks
Not your average witch, or your average Hufflepuff, ‘Don’t-call-me-Nymphadora’ Tonks is an Auror and Metamorphmagus – born with the ability to control her appearance at will, without the aid of a wand. Funny, slightly clumsy but as bright as her ever-changing hair colour, Tonks was also a member of the Order of the Phoenix.

House ghost: The Fat Friar
Hufflepuff house’s ghost is an amiable fellow known as the Fat Friar. He was executed by senior churchment for curing some peasants of the pox with the poke of a ‘stick’ and pulling rabbits out of the communion cup. In his afterlife, he seems like quite a jolly old ghost, particularly if you compare him to Moaning Myrtle.”

Qualities: Values hard work, dedication, patience, and loyalty.


I don’t know about you but I think this is a pretty big achievement. Because the Hufflepuffs were the least likely to turn to the dark side but are still able to see the good and bad and everything within a person, I believe that says something. I mean I love all the houses but you cannot not say that being the house  with the least amount of dark wizards says something compared to the others.

Hufflepuffs are particularly good finders!

I mean in literally every movie you saw the Hufflepuffs finding everything where as it took everyone else. A hufflepuff kid was even able to figure out how Sirius Black was breaking in before I don’t know his best friend, enemy and godson did along with his previous teachers. So that has to say something.

Along with if you have seen Newt or read anything inside the new Fantastic Beasts novels then that can explain itself.

Hufflepuffs can really be the MVPS!






What Hogwarts house are you? 


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