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Once this came on my mind I simply HAD TO do it :D

EDIT: Ok, I don't want to repeat the reasons for this sorting every time someone would do it differently so here they are =D

Twilight: Would be hopefully sorted in Ravenclaw by anyone :D Our lovely responsible egghead~

Rainbow Dash: Another easy to sort. Brave, loyal and sort of boastful. Griffindor it is.

Applejack: Honest, stable, patient and somehow modest. That's Hufflepuff. Some say she should be in Griffindor. Well, she could be but even according to the Pottermore site Hufflepuff and Griffindor are very close to each other. Applejack and Rainbow Dash demonstrate the difference pretty well, I think :)

Fluttershy: Well, where else should this kind, nice and not-much-assertive pony belong? She fits so perfectly to the description of the Hufflepuff badger - hiding in her den but when her home/family/friends are in danger, she comes out and fights.

Gilda & Trixie: None of the Mane-6 seemed to fit in Slitherin and when you think about it, how often do Slitherins get along with the other houses? They are not evil, no - but they may not be always entirelly good. Trixie and Gilda are ideal MLP characters to sort in Slitherin I think :D

Rarity: Now, here comes one of the two ponies who were harder to sort. In the end I put Rarity in Ravenclaw because I realized I can't imagine her being in Griffindor. And Ravenclaw is supposed to support creativity so Rarity might fit well there (plus she's an unicorn, isn't she).

Pinkie Pie: Pinkie could be probably in any of the houses except Slitherin. Ravenclaw also supports individuality - that would fit well to her (because how would you describe Pinkie in other words than "Pinkie"...?). But she likes all those little jokes and is so enthusiastic... Put the Weasley twins and Colin Creevy together and you might get a similar character, so Pinkie to Griffindor :)

As for the heads of the houses, Discord is clear. Hey, I would even like to go to that house because of him XD. I love Discord :D

The rest are alicorns - just because alicorns are always one lvl higher than the rest - good for the head teachers. Celestia is clear as well xD Where else should she be? She's our little winged Dumbledore - she even has a phoenix xD

Not that there were any mentions of Luna the egghead or whatever, but she's blue and flies, so that's it.

As for Cadence (hey, is it Cadence or Cadance? -__-), that girl just makes a perfect third alicorn to be a head teacher. She's not strong in terms of power, she's kind and nice, happy (if no Chrysalis around) and really loyal as well. Hufflepuff :)


MLP (c) Hasbro & Lauren Faust
HP (c) J.K. Rowling

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Dreamwalker22 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I would have guessed Rarity would be Slytherin- after all, she is very ambitious, and she plans big.
KurotsutaMurasaki Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014
You are very right. In fact, a Pottermore Study showed that Slytherin is the Most generous House (Rarity)
Gryffindor's are the Most Friendly (Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash)
Ravenclaws are Particularly good Finder's (Twilight Sparkle)
And that Hufflepuffs are the best at combat (Fluttershy {ref, season 4}, Applejack).

Though there's a case for Twilight to be a Hufflepuff or a Gryffindor as well. Contrary to popular belief, ravenclaw's aren't all about books and facts. Numerous nutty characters have come out of ravenclaw and Creativity and Originality are two prized character traits of Ravenclaw House.

I've found that  Gryffindor is inhabited by many many very intelligent people who are very diligent as regards bookwork and can learn pretty much anything, but who haven't an ounce of creativity or flexibility as regards what is considered to be magically possible. (Hermione Granger, and Minerva McGonnagal for instance.)
TheNewMalon Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014
Nooooo! HUFFLEPUFFS are particularly good finders!!!
KurotsutaMurasaki Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Did you not read that this is a fact, not some stupid stigma thought up for spoof in order to mock a house? If you think about it, Huffleuffs are terrible finders actually. We always do terrible whenever new content comes out with new objects to find. Hufflepuffs points go down. Ravenclaw's go up. You do the math.
TheNewMalon Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014
Woah woah woah, calm down there sparky! It's a quote from "A Very Potter Musical."…
I'd suggest watching the whole thing! It's hilarious!
KurotsutaMurasaki Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014
I know what it's from, I just wish people wouldn't go spouting that phrase everywhere. Get's boring after a while.
TheNewMalon Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014
Okay, then there was no need to get so defensive. It's just for laughs!   
Remember that Hogwarts isn't real, and even if it is, you're still a muggle. Nooo need to get crazy!
Dreamwalker22 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
One of the wisest things anyone has ever said to me about houses is that it isn't necessarily what you are now that dictates what house you should belong to, but what you prize most about yourself and what you aspire to the most. I totally agree with your assessments based on that. Twilight would def. be Ravenclaw- she defines herself based on her intelligence, and it's what she most wants others to see in her.
KurotsutaMurasaki Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Well, yes, Twilight defines herself by her book learning, so did Hermione, and she was a Gryffindor.
KurotsutaMurasaki Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014
This is very true. You're house is not determined by what you ARE, but what you ASPIRE TO BE. (But I still think Rarity is a Slytherin)
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