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Remila Zephyrus

Remila breathed in fresh air, the energy that radiated off of the student mass washed through her as she felt the buzz of excitement. She was happy where she was put, she really had no objections about it. The Sorting Hat put her where it thought she belonged and boy did she feel like she belonged! Sitting down in an empty seat near the end of the Hufflepuff table the young Muggle-Born looked in awe as she watched her plate appear and the wide array of food appeared on the table. Quickly feeling as though she hadn't eaten in days, she began shoveling her food onto her plate. Some Salad with ranch dressing, well done steak, mash potatoes, asparagus, and a spoonful of applesauce. With that done she began to dig in blissfully.

 

She could get used to this~

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Ginernia Tonkins

"HUFFLEPUFF" rang through Ginernia's head as applause broke out from one of the tables. This couldn't possibly be right, she thought as she made her way quietly to what she supposed to be her house table. Nia hated being stared at by so many people, and quite wished she could melt into the floor.

 

She stared at the Ravenclaw table - where most of the people she already knew had been sorted. She forced back tears. It was no big deal really...Had she been expecting to know at least one person in her house beforehand? Yes. But it would be okay...Right?

 

She decided to write to her father later - possibly he would tell her something to console her nervousness at this turn of events.

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Velyse Isletower

Velyse squealed when she heard where she had been sorted. She hopped up off the stool, giving the mass of students one last glance before skipping over to the Hufflepuff table. She bit her lip, trying her best to hold back her bright smile. She had to smart and set a good first impression.. Not that it would last long anyway, but she had to at least try. She found an empty spot on one of the benches and quickly sat down among her new classmates. She turned her head back to the sorting and quietly listened.

 

When the sorting was over, the students began chatting and Velyse looked for anyone she knew. She shrugged and began to quietly eat. Perhaps they'd find her. Even if they didn't she'd have time to find them in the common room.

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Kamron Flame

Kamron was sitting down at the Hufflepuff table,Very nervous of course because he didn't know anyone here. His thoughts were all over the place as he picked up a cookie from the tray in front of him. "At least the food is good." He said to himself looking around,Before placeing his head back down on the table. He then relized a older student was trying to get his attention.

 

"Umm,Here you go." He said softly slideing the salad,Or at least he hoped the salad over to the student without looking up from the table. It's hard being new Kamron thought to himself he really didn't know what else to do. Maybe over time he would get used to his new lifestyle here at Hogwarts.

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Willow Rhodes

Willow was relieved, her house seemed to be a nice bunch of kids, but she was still shaking slightly as she fell into her seat at the Hufflepuff table. Scanning the crowd of people at her table she thought about who she'd make friends with during her stay at her new home. Her stomach was still in knots as she looked at the massive amounts of food surrounding her, but if she didn't eat now she would only be hungry later so she piled some mashed potatoes on here plate and dug in.

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Ally Castillo

Sitting in her usual place, somewhere near the middle of the Hufflepuff table, Ally was far more then ready for the year to begin as the new ickles were lead into the hall and towards the front of the grand room where the sorting hat waited to give them their fates.

 

She only hoped that the bunch of them that would soon join her table were as wonderful as many of last years ickles had been. It had been a right disappointment that even with all of their hard work they'd lost the house cup last year by just a handful of points and Ally was determined to whip the new batch of ickles into shape. If she had it her way not one of them would be venturing into that forest and costing them points because she would be on them like a hawk.

 

She had power and she was going to use it. For good, mind you- but to her advantage just the same.

 

As names started being called out and nervous eleven year olds took a seat to be sorted Ally watched each of them carefully. She found it hard to remember that feeling, she could only recall a slight sense of the unknown. She'd arrived at Hogwarts, uncaring of where she would end up- but she could tell that many of these young ones had already made up their mind where they wanted to be. She only hoped that there would be too many unhappy new hufflepuffs.

 

As the first few began to take their first nervous steps toward the badger table, Ally caught their eye and smiled, suddenly conscious of the fact that it was her job to make them feel welcome here. "Welcome to Hufflepuff!" She grinned at the lot of them.

 

"Have a seat and relax, we won't bite." She laughed lightly.

 

"So, how does it feel to be away from home for the first time." She asked, not to any one of them in particular. "No worries though, you'll feel at home here soon enough."

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Leo Tilwin

Oh boy, the sorting feast was quite a crowded event. The wave of ickles was quite fun, and reminded Leo of his previous year, but he somehow felt that this scene would repeat itself only at the end of the year. Had it been that he'd spent so much time at home he had forgotten how much fun yet crowded Hogwarts was?

 

"Oh thank you!", Leo smiled at the boy who had handed over his salad. "That is very nice of you..." Adding a few meatballs, potatoes and mayonnaise to his plate, the Second Year was about to start eating when suddenly he noticed a sad face on the other side of the table.

 

"Hey you, is everything alright? You look pretty sad to be around here!" He smiled encouragingly trying to make the girl feel better. "Tonkins, right? I couldn't help but hear your name being called out there. Don't worry, most people say Hufflepuff is not so great, but in time you will find that you'll end up feeling at home amongst your house-"

 

But before Leo could finish his words, Ally started a pompous speech about hufflepuff which made the Second Year grin. "Hey Ally, I see someone enjoyed their ride in the Prefects' Compartment. Had a nice summer?" He was glad to be back at Hogwarts - here, he really felt at home!

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Kamron Flame
Kamron was listening as a voice welcomed all the new Hufflepuff's too the house. He looked up for a moment before standing up and walking slowly away from his seat watching as many new students showed up in his place. Kamron wasn't really being paid much attention too so he thought maybe they didn't like him. Kamron allmost shed a tear walking away from the Hufflepuff table and going to sit up against the wall near the Great Hall entrence.

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Katie Campbell

Your destiny takes you into HUFFLEPUFF!

 

Hufflepuff? Hufflepuff!?

 

Katie's face split into a huge grin as she opened her eyes, the light of the many candles floating above their heads causing her to squint slightly. Hufflepuff! Katie repeated the House's name over and over again in her head, she had met a Hufflepuff already, her brother was a Hufflepuff. How awesome!

 

Jumping off the stool, Katie just managed to keep herself from skipping over to the Hufflepuff table, her head was buzzing with excitement, her earlier nerves had vanished instantly as the Hat had called her house. Hufflepuff!

 

Grinning around at the rest of the House Katie turned to see the rest of the Sorting. Unfortunately, as her name was near the beginning of the year, she had to wait. And wait. And wait some more. Seriously!? Were they kidding or something? Did they honestly expect Katie, a girl who had spent her whole life in a restless state, to sit and wait for that long. I mean, bring on the food.

 

"Psst, is it almost done?" Katie hissed across the table, tapping a rhythm out onto the wooden table as she watched with a bored expression on her face. Finally though, the Sorting finished and, magically (well obv) mounds of food appeared on every table.

 

An older girl spoke up as the hall launched themselves upon the food, Katie looked up at the girl, beaming, "This is SOOOO coool! I mean, it's magic!" Was all she managed to get out as her head turned this way and that, taking in the pure magic surrounding her, everything even felt magical.

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Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer sat at the Hufflepuff table, willing herself not to cry. She wanted to be a Ravenclaw so badly. She didn't hear anything the headmaster was saying. All she could hear is her nervous thoughts. 'How could this have happened? Was I too nice over the years? Maybe I wasn't smart enough' she kept thinking. She felt a tear run down her cheek. 'Oh no, I'm going to cry' she thought.

 

She ran out of the Great Hall as fast as she could. She slid down one of the walls and buried her head in her hands as she began to cry. She'd have to tell her mother that she was neither Ravenclaw nor Gryffindor. If she had let herself admit it, she was glad she wasn't a Slytherin. But why couldn't she at least have been a Gryffindor.

 

She wiped her faced with her robes and stood up straight and tall. She was a Johnson darn it. No matter what house she was in. She was going to make this work. She didn't have a choice.

 

She walked back into the Great Hall and began to eat as if nothing had even happened. She was a Hufflepuff after all.

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Zagger Fie

So he wasn't going to be sacrificed in Slytherin? Or.. whatever it is that they did with mud in Gryffindor? Zagger felt particularly safe as he went to sit down at the Hufflepuff table. He didn't have to worry about being in some horrible house for the whole of his Hogwarts' career, because he was sorted into Hufflepuff, where house pride was obviously very important.

 

He looked around at the people sitting next to him after bouncing into the nearest seat at the Hufflepuff table. With a big grin, Zagger tried to follow the conversations that were being held quietly as the last of the First Years were sorted. Hopefully, he thought, he didn't look as nervous as some of the others had when they were sitting with the sorting hat on their heads.

 

A few seconds after every student had been sorted, he looked down the long stretch of table to see the vast number of faces that would be known as his housemates from now on. he greeted the students who had been cheering just moments before, and smiled at his fellow first years. Was it going to be some kind of "stick together, we're all fresh meat" kind of thing?

 

There was the mention of food, and Zag finally noticed the empty platters in front of him. He had heard from a few other students that there were house elves in the castle; were they going to be bringing out the food on platters? he looked at all the entrances to the great hall, only to find that nobody was coming. However, he did look down in time to see one of the coolest things ever.

 

The once empty platters and goblets became filled with every food he could possibly think of, along with a few rather questionable ones that he didn't know if he should have even been within feet of. "Where did that come from?!" Zag knew it was magic, but it wasn't like that could come from thin air, could it?

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Ella Strange
"HUFFLEPUFF!"Ella let out a squeal as the hat shouted in her ear but she was absolutely thrilled! She ran over to the Hufflepuff table as they cheered for her. She looked up and down the table smiling. This was going to be her family during Hogwarts. And they did look like a very nice bunch. She sat waiting for the rest of the sorting to end where she was joined by a few more first years. She did one more scan of the table and saw Jenn! She waved frantically at Jenn who had sat with her on the Hogwarts Express.

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Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer's eyes lit up. Ella was in Hufflepuff with her. She had spent the whole train ride with Ella and now, Ella was in Hufflepuff with her. Maybe this year wouldn't be so bad.

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Jaden Matthews

"Hufflepuff!"

 

Jaden smiled widely and hopped of the stool, barely keeping from skipping as she made her way over to the Hufflepuff table. She took a seat beside one of the first year girls she remembered seeing on the train. "Hey!" she greeted Jennifer with a smile.

 

Spotting the multitude of food around her for the first time, Jaden's eyes bugged out of her head. She could barely figure out where to start, but after a moment's consideration, she dug in, helping herself to a chicken leg and mashed potatoes with gravy.

 

As she ate, her eyes scanned her housemates faces, trying to remember if she had met any of them before.

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Vincent Du'Pont

"HUFFLEPUFF!"

 

Vincent found himself absolutely giddy, the world was handing him exactly what he wanted, Hufflepuff and getting to be with his twin. He looked out over the crowds and noticed the yellow table filled with cheering students. A few caught his eye, his sister seemed to be going crazy with joy and an older student who he was quite sure was a prefect was screaming louder than any of the others; all of which seemed to be incredibly loud themselves.

 

He knew at that moment he was truly home, he glanced upward at the brim of the hat, "Thank you so very much." Vincent slowly and carefully set it on the school and felt a squeal come out of his lips. Unable to completely control himself, or at all, he ran headlong toward the table and with full momentum wrapped his arms around Marjorie, taking them both to the ground, "HUFFFLLLEEEEPPPUUUUUUFFFFFFF!!!!" he yelled.

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Diana Logan

"Hufflepuff!" The Sorting Hat's voice rang throughout the Great Hall, and Diana couldn't help but grin as she heard the boisterous applause echo in the large room. Granted, she wasn't in the same House that her mother or brother had been in, but it was nice all the same. For this reason, she didn't know much about Hufflepuffs, but - from what the Sorting Hat had said (or rather, sang) - they were "fair and just".

 

'Well', she thought to herself, with that big grin still plastered on her face, 'that's good enough for me.' And it was - she could write proudly to her family, to let them know that - yes - she was now an official Hogwarts student (she had still had her doubts upon arriving to the prestigious magical academy) and that she was now a Hufflepuff.

 

Joining the rest of the Hufflepuffs at their House Table, Diana found an empty seat nearest the end of the table and sat there, her stomach - and her eyes - appreciating the different delicacies laid out. So, appetite begging for food, the brunette grabbed an empty plate and began shovelling as much food as she could onto it (but also keeping it reasonable, of course - there was no point in her stuffing her plate overexcessively, after all), whilst also making sure she smiled at all her fellow Housemates. It was best to make a good first impression, as her mother - and father ... and brother, now that she came to think of it - had always told her.

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Molly Anderson

"Hufflepuff!" Cried out the hat. Molly smiled to herself and jumped off the stool. Runnig over to her new house table, Molly felt at home. This is going to be a good year. Molly said to herself. After the rest of the sorting was over, the Headmaster said a few words, and then magically, food appeared on the plates infront of Molly. The whole evening was amazing and Molly enjooyed herself very much. She was stuffed to the brim with food. Tonight, Molly knew she was going to sleep very well.

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Charlie Snow

Charlie didn't care what house she was sorted in all though she had hoped she woud know someone already in the house. Hufflepuff it was and she ra to the able happy that she had at least one friend in her house.

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Leigh Squires

FOOD!

 

Leigh was less concerned with what house she was sorted into than she was with the opportunity to eat. She was tired, damnit, but she would bloody well taste some of this brilliant food before she went to bed.

 

Going straight to the dessert, Leigh spooned cake and icecream into her mouth, savouring the taste. Or not.

 

It could be because she'd built up the idea of what it would taste like in her mind. It could be because there were so many different types of food on the table that the smell of things other than her dessert made it taste all weird. Whatever it was, this so-called brilliant feast wasn't so brilliant in her opinion.

 

"Erm?" she half sighed, half groaned, as she pushed the bowl aside and leaned her head on the table.

 

The sooner someone showed her where her bed was, the better.

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Twila Arkenstone

Twila had just finished being sorted, and was heading to the Hufflepuff table, when she heard someone shouting something about messy, and a few other indistinct, but not too kind words, and looking off at the Slytherin table from whence came the commotion.....she saw her.

 

Oh. No.

 

It was the Slytherin girl from the train...the one who Twila had nearly shoved a whistle she had swiped from a Gryffindor girl, up her nose.

 

She was making a huge fuss about Twila being sorted into Hufflepuff, and now, the new Huffie girl put her head down, and sat quickly, wishing she could find somewhere to hide. Then she muttered to herself."As if it's my fault your friend was mad at you for whatever you did to her. You don't have to take it out on me, you know."

 

It had pretty much ruined her evening, and she picked at her food, hoping the Slytherin girl wouldn't come over to the Hufflepuff table, and make fun of her some more. Twila looked all around, but thankfully, the worst the Slytherin would do tonight was poke her fun, then behave....at least....that's what Twila hoped for.

 

"Just don't come over here, just don't come over here." Twila whispered, still barely touching what she would have normally gobbled right up.

 

"Oh, I could never be friends with a Slytherin." She murmered. "What did that Gryffindor friend of hers see in her, anyway?.....I don't see anything but a snake....a mean little snake."

 

With that, Twila shook her head, quite sure in her beliefs that the Slytherin girl had to be your TYPICAL Slytherin.......she just had to be, didn't she?

Edited by Twila Arkenstone

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Aveti ElfaKona

Aveti was sorted to Hufflepuff. 'That's cool I guess, they all look nice enough.' She noticed that girl, oh what was her name. She was shy, but not throwing up during the sorting had made her confident. "Twila, are you ok?"

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Ann Kadel

(OOC- Hehe haven't even posted at the Ravenclaw Table yet)

 

Ann sat at the Ravenclaw table and wondered. What would happen if she were to eat at another table? The atmosphere around the Ravenclaw table had been so intense- everybody seemed to stress about exams and such. One of the only downsides about being in a House of people that cared a lot about school work. Now don't get Ann wrong, she loved learning and she put her heart and soul into her lessons, she just felt like she needed to be around some less-stressed people for a change.

 

The Hufflepuff table was certainly looking really promising at the moment. Ann knew a few of the Hufflepuffs, they were nice so it wasn't a biggie. She picked up her food and excused herself from the Ravenclaw table and plopped down beside Aveti.

 

"Heya Aveti! How're you?" Ann said merrily digging into her food. The atmosphere at this table was significantly lighter.

 

Puffs were nice people, they wouldn't kick her out from their table would they?

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Aveti ElfaKona

Aveti was concentrating on food, 'no Veti, no more studying this morning.' Aveti thought furiously, she hadn't slept last night. Aveti just didn't have the energy to go find somewhere quiet to eat, it was nice enough here that morning. It was rare when Aveti ate at the table for breakfast. Then Aveti wondered about the other tables. She had been to the Slytherin one, but that was it. What would the Gryffindor table be like? They were probably all laughing. Gryffindors weren't to uptight. But the Ravenclaw table, that had to be dead quiet. They were probably all studying. Hm. The Hufflepuff table was nice, people were laughing and cracking jokes. It was nice there, and Aveti appreciated how lucky she was to be a 'Puff.

 

Aveti went out of thought when someone plopped down next to her. Looking over to see who it was, Aveti started. "Morning Ann!" Aveti said, still surprised. "How're you?" Aveti would let Ann explain being here, nobody would be mean, Hufflepuffs were normally pretty low key. But wow, Ann had come to sit with them, cool!

 

"I'm good. Tired though, I forgot to go to sleep last night. I've been studying a ton." Aveti sighed, grinning. "What about you?" Aveti asked before taking another sip of her coffee. She had been drinking lots of coffee recently. Anyway, it was good Ann was here. If she had gone to the Slytherin table to sit with Lucy, things might've not turned out as well.

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Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer sat at the Hufflepuff House table, trying to eat. She stopped and looked over when she saw Aveti and Ann, both of whom she hadn't seen in a while. "Hey," she said to them both. She wondered why Ann was at her table instead of the Ravenclaw House table, but she didn't say anything about it.

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Ann Kadel

"Heck Aveti, How do you forget to sleep?" Ann said teasingly as she reached for the tea. Mmmmm tea. "They're all stressing out over there. It's too.......stressful being in that atmosphere." Ann said jerking her head toward he Ravenclaw table. "It's just exams after all. It's not the end of the world." She added as she helped herself to a few slices of toast.

 

"Studying should be fun- not stressful. When it begins to get stressful, you need to stop. There's no way you're brain is able to retain information if it's stressed out. That's why I go to the dueling chamber when I take study breaks- to chill out and take my mind off things." Ann said shrugging. She knew that Aveti had probably been stressing out over exams- she really shouldn't have. Learning was fun. It wasn't as though they needed to study if they understood the content. And the content was easily understood if someone was interested in it. Well, that's what Ann believed anyway- it seemed to work well enough for her, and she believed that everybody was like her.

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