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Sorting Hat: Ouran High School Host Club

This installment for Sorting Hat should be easier because these characters are still in school, and, if they went to Hogwarts, they’d be 5th, 6th, and 7th years. However, I am only covering the seven members of the club, due to there being so many background characters and guest stars who all work off the club rather than off themselves while the club members simply have the most development.

To start off, let’s take a look at the Host Club King, Tamaki Suoh (I’m currently ignoring my theory that Tamaki’s a yandere in the making and just looking at what we know for a fact). Tamaki is a kind, golden hearted, caring person. He’s gullible and will project his own ideas much like how he mistook Haruhi as a commoner for Haruhi in poverty, but he always puts other’s well-being before his own. His recklessness could lead him into Gryffindor, but his kindness and loyalty could lead him into Hufflepuff. However, in my opinion, his heart of gold and everlasting loyalty lands him in Hufflepuff in my eyes.

Next up is Kyoya Ootori. Now, most people are quick to put him in Slytherin, but he could belong into Ravenclaw. Think about it, he’s reserved, however clever. He always has the big ambition to surpass his older brothers, and he has the scholar skills to do so. Now that I think about it, green is Kyoya’s color, Slytherin it is.

Hikaru and Kaoru Hittatchinn both are tough. Hikaru has the mischief and cunning for Slytherin, but the recklessness and the dominating presence of a Gryffindor while Kaoru has the loyalty and acceptance of a Hufflepuff and the recklessness of Gryffindor. I would say put them both in Gryffindor to honor the Weasley Twins, however, while I can see Hikaru having a lot of potential in Gryffindor, Kaoru’s kindness and loyalty is more than enough to land him a spot in Hufflepuff.

Mitzkuni Honinozuka, or Honey for short, is just a little bundle of cute. He’s as sweet as his strawberry cake, his heart is as big as his sweet treats closet, and his smile is no different. Is it really any question that he’s a Hufflepuff?

Takashi Morinozuka, AKA Mori, is…a different story… Out of all the hosts, he doesn’t really have much personality and is probably the least developed. Even the Black Magic Club has more screen time and distinct personality than him. Even when Mori is there, he just…fades in the background and you forget he’s even there to begin with. However, there is one trait that Mori always shows as his defining trait; his loyalty to Honey. For that (and lack of any other personality) I place Mori in Hufflepuff!

Last, but most definitely not least, Haruhi Fujioka. I’m honestly stumped. She has the short-tempered short-sightedness of Gryffindor, the kindness and acceptance of Hufflepuff, the smarts and isolation of Ravenclaw, and the ambition of Slytherin. I’m literally so stumped that I have to draw a card from a deck and let fate decide! …GRYFFINDOR!

So, out of the seven club members, we have 4 Hufflepuffs, 2 Gryffindors, and a Slytherin.

You all agree? Disagree? If you could think of a house that’s more thought out for Haruhi other than drawing a card and saying “This will be your house!” then please leave your thoughts in the comments below and have a beautiful rest of your day~!

Wanna watch Ouran High School Host Club all over again? Grab a DVD from Amazon and satisfy your high school fantasies with this harem~! Or need a reminder of the houses and how they act in JK Rowling world? Snatch the eight DVDs, all on Amazon, or you wanna see her world in her words? The seven books are also on Amazon, ready to be read.

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