In Uncovering Lily, our hero Xavier Finch tells the heroine Lily that he is a fan of Harry Potter and claims to have been sorted into Gryffindor.
I’m struck suddenly by how oddly date-like our dinner has become, and even more confused by this man’s odd behavior. Ever since we sat down to eat, it seems like he wants to get to know me. Almost like he wants to be friends. I highly doubt that this man lacks friends. So why does he care whether or not I’m a fan of Harry Potter? Incidentally, I am, having grown up reading the books and seeing the films. He claims to have taken an online quiz that sorted him into Gryffindor, but I’m not sure I believe him. He’s clearly a Slytherin. ~ Uncovering Lily (Chapter Eight)
I hacked into his web browser history, don’t ask me how, and found the answers he gave to the Sorting Hat quiz. He wasn't lying, he was sorted into Gryffindor!
Learn something new about our sexy, naughty hero and check out how Xavier answered all of the questions to the quiz below (his answers are in red).
OFFICIAL POTTERMORE SORTING HAT QUIZ
How would you like to be known in history?
Which of the following would you most hate people call you?
Given the choice, would you rather invent a potion that would guarantee you:
After you have died, what would you most like people to do when they hear your name?
Ask for more stories of your adventures
Thing with admiration of your achievements
Miss you, but smile
I don’t care what people think of me after I’m dead; it’s what they think of me when I’m alive that counts
Once every century, the Flutterby bush produces flowers that adapt their scent to attract the unwary. If it lured you, it would smell of:
A crackling log fire
Four boxes are placed before you. Which would you try and open?
The small tortoiseshell box, embellished with gold, inside which some small creature seems to be squeaking.
The gleaming jet black box with a silver lock and key, marked with a mysterious rune that you know to be the mark of Merlin.
The ornate golden casket, standing on clawed feet, whose inscription warns that both secret knowledge and unbearable temptation lie within.
The small pewter box, unassuming and plain, with a scratched message upon it that reads ‘I open only for the worthy.’.
What kind of instrument most pleases your ear?
Four goblets are placed before you. Which would you choose to drink?