I’m on mobile, so I can’t coy and paste, but Courfeyrac and Feuilly for the ‘one reacting to the other crying about something’ one, please? ^_^

takethewatch:

so after weeks of procrastinating I FINALLY got past my block of ‘this is my favorite pairing and my favorite trope OMG i have to write the perfect drabble’ and managed to write something for the prompt.  sorry about the delay!

This is sort of a spin-off of Vé @thecoffeetragedy‘s Hogwarts AU where Feuilly is a werewolf (although with the details different, I think–in this he’s only been a werewolf at all for a few months).  I hope you don’t mind me writing about your AU, it’s just a very compelling scenario and I can’t stop thinking about it!

This is also on AO3 if you’d rather read it there.

The sun was already too low in the sky to shine directly through the windows of Ravenclaw tower by the time Feuilly woke up.  Courfeyrac sat up at the first sign of him stirring, his quill and the essay he was supposedly writing falling unnoticed to the floor, and leaned forward eagerly, propping his elbows on his knees.  Feuilly’s eyelids fluttered, but it was a few more minutes before his woke up properly, blinking at his surroundings like he wasn’t quite sure where he was.

“Ravenclaw dormitory,” Courfeyrac supplied.  “You’re safe at Hogwarts, nobody found out, and it’s almost dinnertime on the first day after the full moon.”

Feuilly’s eyes fell closed and he slowly let his breath out.  Courfeyrac squeezed his hand and saw a little more of the tension slide off of his face.

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pilferingapples:

shellcollector:

Actually, the more I think about it the more I think the @sortinghatchats system is a better model for sorting the amis than the single-house system. This is interesting; I don’t feel this way about all domains; I have friends who are more neatly modelled by single houses, for example, and I’m way more convinced of my basic Ravenclawness than of my Primary/Secondary assignment. However, it not only sorts the amis well, it also accounts for some of the perennial sources of confusion eg:

  1. How to account for their differences despite the fact that organising an armed rebellion is a pretty damned Gryffindor thing to do (although one of the things I personally like is the implication that you don’t have to be a Gryffindor to do this, but hey)
  2. What the fuck is up with Grantaire

Sortings under a cut because it got a bit long. I am always up for debate on these points! Few things are more soothing than a long conversation about how to map fictional characters to a fictional system. 

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As always, I Don’t Even Go Here, but I really love these descriptions of the characters! Especially Bossuet and Marius. 

But wouldn’t Eponine be some sort of burned House, given that canonically she’s had to change her basic nature (the dove into the osprey)? 

How about Downton Abbey and Hufflepuff? ^_^

thecoffeetragedy:

eirenical:

thecoffeetragedy:

ohhh!

Upstairs:

  • Robert, definitely. He’s very family-oriented and despite all his fault, people – and their feelings – come first for him, leading him to make good decision (helping out Mrs Patmore, with her cataracts in season one and with the memorial in later seasons), being in general very generous and understanding to his staff – probably more than most other men in his position. Going off to America to help his brother-in-law. Then not-as-good decision: sheltering Mary in season 4 to an unhealthy degree, refusing to sell land to sell the estate because of what the people on the land meant to him. Yeah. Robert’s main priority has always been people, he’s pretty much the biggest Hufflepuff of the show. 
  • I’m torn between Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw for Edith, but I think I’m going to have to go with Hufflepuff. Her love of the outdoors and work, for one thing: Edith needs to be busy to be happy. She works incredibly hard, and she takes her work very seriously. She’s incredibly loyal to those who love her. She’s a great boss, because she listens to others and their input and she’s a great team worker (unlike other members of her family, eh). All in all, she’s the one who takes the most after her father, so her sharing his house makes sense, you know?
  • Matthew!! Matthew Crawley, oh my god. One of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. Fair and incredibly generous. A little emotional like his Gryffindor mother, and just as dedicated to doing the Right Thing, though while Isobel usually sees it as a Cause and Idea, Matthew wants to do right by the people around him, i.e. everything with Lavinia. You know he’s have stood by her and loved her and been a loyal husband, even though he knew he still loved Mary. Just. Matthew. ;-;

Downstairs: 

  • Baxter! We didn’t get to see much of her, which was a shame, because I loved her. Smart and kind and soft-spoken Baxter, also incredibly loyal – to her employer yes, but also to her friends, like Thomas – even when they do wrong by her she’s so warm-hearted and always finds it in her to forgive them (the only person she finds it hard to forgive is herself, and that breaks my heart…)
  • Alfred! and William, too. Both sweet guys, good guys, who want(ed) to make their little place in the world and get by as well as they can.

oh gosh yes.  *_*  I love every one of these and I never would have thought of Robert, but you’re TOTALLY RIGHT.  He is the most Hufflepuff to ever Hufflepuff.  😀

The only two you didn’t list who I like to think of as Hufflepuff are Anna (so I’d love to know where you’d sort her! ^_^) and maybe Tom.  I wobble between Hufflepuff and Gryffindor for him depending on my mood.  ^_^

Oh, you know. I almost wrote Anna, then thought ‘nah, she’s a Gryffindor’; then I saw your comment, and thought about it, and was like ‘… what was I thinking, she’s definitely a Hufflepuff’.

Sweet, kind, hard-working Anna, who went through hell and back and would (did) do it again in a heartbeat for the people she loves. Whose heart is so strong and who never, ever gives up, even when things are hopeless and she is just so tired. Anna. ❤

You know, it’s funny, because, now that you mention it, I could totally see Gryffindor for Anna, too.  Because Neville.  Because, by all initial appearances, he’s a Hufflepuff–loving and loyal and hardworking and always concerned about his friends, but with this core of steel and bravery underneath.  And I could see that in Anna, too.  So, I guess she’s another one I could go either way on.  ;D

But either way… ANNA.  ❤  ^___________^  ❤  YOU DESERVE SOME HAPPINESS OUT OF THIS FINAL SEASON AND I HOPE YOU GET IT, BECAUSE I THINK THE ONE SORTING WE CAN ALL AGREE ON IS THAT YOU ARE A PRECIOUS CINNAMON ROLL TOO GOOD FOR THIS WORLD TOO PURE.  ^_________^

How about Downton Abbey and Hufflepuff? ^_^

thecoffeetragedy:

ohhh!

Upstairs:

  • Robert, definitely. He’s very family-oriented and despite all his fault, people – and their feelings – come first for him, leading him to make good decision (helping out Mrs Patmore, with her cataracts in season one and with the memorial in later seasons), being in general very generous and understanding to his staff – probably more than most other men in his position. Going off to America to help his brother-in-law. Then not-as-good decision: sheltering Mary in season 4 to an unhealthy degree, refusing to sell land to sell the estate because of what the people on the land meant to him. Yeah. Robert’s main priority has always been people, he’s pretty much the biggest Hufflepuff of the show. 
  • I’m torn between Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw for Edith, but I think I’m going to have to go with Hufflepuff. Her love of the outdoors and work, for one thing: Edith needs to be busy to be happy. She works incredibly hard, and she takes her work very seriously. She’s incredibly loyal to those who love her. She’s a great boss, because she listens to others and their input and she’s a great team worker (unlike other members of her family, eh). All in all, she’s the one who takes the most after her father, so her sharing his house makes sense, you know?
  • Matthew!! Matthew Crawley, oh my god. One of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. Fair and incredibly generous. A little emotional like his Gryffindor mother, and just as dedicated to doing the Right Thing, though while Isobel usually sees it as a Cause and Idea, Matthew wants to do right by the people around him, i.e. everything with Lavinia. You know he’s have stood by her and loved her and been a loyal husband, even though he knew he still loved Mary. Just. Matthew. ;-;

Downstairs: 

  • Baxter! We didn’t get to see much of her, which was a shame, because I loved her. Smart and kind and soft-spoken Baxter, also incredibly loyal – to her employer yes, but also to her friends, like Thomas – even when they do wrong by her she’s so warm-hearted and always finds it in her to forgive them (the only person she finds it hard to forgive is herself, and that breaks my heart…)
  • Alfred! and William, too. Both sweet guys, good guys, who want(ed) to make their little place in the world and get by as well as they can.

oh gosh yes.  *_*  I love every one of these and I never would have thought of Robert, but you’re TOTALLY RIGHT.  He is the most Hufflepuff to ever Hufflepuff.  😀

The only two you didn’t list who I like to think of as Hufflepuff are Anna (so I’d love to know where you’d sort her! ^_^) and maybe Tom.  I wobble between Hufflepuff and Gryffindor for him depending on my mood.  ^_^

i don’t know if you specifically want hogwarts au headcanons, but! bossuet is late for class all the time because the moving staircases always wait until he’s standing on them before they move, so he either has to wait until they move back or take another route to the classroom. it happens so frequently that the professors don’t even bother to tell him off when he comes into class fifteen minutes late.

thecoffeetragedy:

oh my god, though. Hogwarts’ shifting floorplan is the perfect metaphor for Bossuet’s luck in general, though. It’s completly out of his control and messes up all of his plans (by age 15, he’s decided plans just weren’t for him and now dutifully avoids making plans as much as possible). 

He carries a muggle romance novel with him at all times. he once was stuck for over five hours in a little corner with the portrait of a sad, lonely old woman, and he read aloud to her to pass the time for them both. ❤