This section is the heart of all our project. There is some information in different pages about what it means to be a Ravenclaw, but we’ve always felt the need to put everything in the same place and give it a little twist.
And in order to do that we have decided to focus on each individual trait and analyze it to better understand the make of a Ravenclaw. We will not just focus on the obvious traits everyone thinks of at first, but go further to really get the meaning of everything, good or bad.
You may think that it is clear which personality traits belong to which house, but it’s not that easy. We are trying to give you an idea of what it looks like when one of them is the basis of someone’s personality. Because that’s it, that’s what makes them Ravenclaw traits specifically, the fact that they are the main part of someone’s character, they are the things that will not change with time.
And that’s the thing, any trait could be a part of a Gryffindor’s personality, or a Slytherin’s, or even a Hufflepuff, but they will just be secondary. We don’t do secondary, at least not for now. Maybe at some point when we have already explained all of the big ones we will start a new feature with the secondary traits and how they change them, but not for now.
If, while reading any of the traits, you find yourself nodding along, whether it is because you see yourself or someone else behaving like that, then welcome to our Ravenclaw family! And if you don’t, it’s ok, we won’t kick you out. As you’ll see, Ravenclaws are very accepting, so as long as you don’t try to convince us to stop reading or something crazy like that, you’ll always find a home here.