The next time someone calls him a Gryffindor, I’m going to stab them in the face with the sword of Gryffindor.
HAHA YES THANK YOU
But why? I think Steve is definitely a Gryffindor. Harry’s best weapon was defense!
I believe that Steve is brave and courageous, but I think more than that, he is achingly loyal. I think that need to be there for his friends and do his part is what drives him to enlist so many times, not because he can’t wait to get out there and fight the good fight. He hates bullies and wants people to be more accepting and just loves to see his friends happy. He believes in bringing wrongdoers to justice and I mean, I just can’t see him as anything other than a Hufflepuff.
To be fair, I might only be considering MCU Steve, because I’ve only really read Disassembled and Civil War so far, and I’m thinking that’s when things get a little crazy for him, so I don’t have a tight grasp on his comic portrayal.
But from everything I’ve seen so far, he just sings out Hufflepuff to me.
I’m very un-versed in a lot of the comic storylines, I know all the history, and the general picture, but not specifics, if that makes sense? I know enough to be excited for the second one (AHHHHHHHHHHH), but nothing specific.
To me, he screams Gryffindor, at least movie Steve does. I’ll also accept Gryffinpuff, but the fact that defense is an integral part of his offense, his unfailing need to do what’s right (even if it’s going against orders), and his loyalty to the team… I see him in red and gold (bahahahaha Tony/Steve joke, sorry).
I just… if Harry Potter was American, I’d see him being friends with Steve Rogers.