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Discussion in 'Backstage' started by Lee, Dec 23, 2017.
The cunning part may be why so many think any heel is automatically a Slytherin.
John Cena is a heel to many people, so I guess Slytherin.
Nah, he's Gryffindor. Easily.
Based on that, i do agree Logan fits most as hufflepuff
I'd say another borderline but the Holmes saga pushed it to Slytherin.
Cena is definitely not a Gryffindor.
Harry never macked on Hermione knowing Ron was into her.
Edit- it's canon that Merlin was a Slytherin. Slytherin's aren't "the evil group"
Nah, Cena buries people. He play's politics to hold other talent back. Phones in all his matches, and has to be carried by superior talent. Is undeserving of everything he's ever gotten. And worse of all he uses the cancer kids as mock charity to maintain his public image. There are fans out there that actually believe all this, so to them Cena's a Slytherin on the level of Satan, Hitler, and Kim Jong-Il.
True, but it's an easy assumption to make when a lot of Slytherin traits are usually associated with "evil" people, or just "evil" in general.
People also fall into the trap of in the very first book Hagrid states, “Better Hufflepuff than Slytherin… There’s not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn’t in Slytherin.”
Of course, the main villain of that book is a dark wizard who isn't from Slytherin.
At the time that's what they knew based off the evidence they had. Plus, two books later Pettigrew is revealed to have gone bad and he wasn't in Slytherin either.
Such a weird thing for Hagrid to say too ,believing at the time that Sirius Black, a Gryffindor, was famously in cahoots with Voldy.
We could get deep into this pit.
Hagrid was expelled and fucked over by a Slytherin. That's why he feels that.