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I have two personal theories;

  • Fletcher is a Slytherin (because he is involved in many illegal activities).

  • Fletcher is a Hufflepuff (because he was deeply loyal to Albus Dumbledore).

I don't think he is a Ravenclaw (because he is somewhat a dimwit), neither a Gryffindor (because he is a coward).

What house at Hogwarts was Mundungus Fletcher in?

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    Well, Peter Pettigrew was sorted into Gryffindor, and he was pretty cowardly. Also, when was it revealed that Mundungus Fletcher had a crush on Dumbledore?
    – Adamant
    Mar 20 at 0:27
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    @Adamant - Edited to "is loyal to" which far better characterises their relationship
    – Valorum
    Mar 20 at 6:53
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    @Valorum - Perhaps some obscure publication suggests that Mundungus did have a crush on him, though.
    – Adamant
    Mar 20 at 6:54
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    @Adamant - Only fanfic. Note that this is a book series of more than a million words with zero openly gay characters
    – Valorum
    Mar 20 at 6:56
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    I'm at a loss why people think this needs closing as "opinion-based".
    – Valorum
    Mar 20 at 8:37

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His house status is canonically unknown, but we do know from this image from Harry Potter Limited Edition - A Guide to the Graphic Arts Department: Posters, Prints, and Publications from the Harry Potter Films (and seen very briefly in Order of the Phoenix) that he went to Hogwarts.

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    Interesting. Apart from the correct answer obviously being "we don't know", I find it rather hilarious that a bloody government Ministry can't even find out a) what country a bloke was born in who's got an East End accent as thick as the Thames in summer or b) what house he was in at Hogwarts. As if no one at all in the Ministry is his age and house affiliation!
    – elemtilas
    Mar 20 at 14:57
  • @elemtilas - I personally suspect that like lots of children coming from families where criminality is tolerated, he created very little impression on those around him and left school early.
    – Valorum
    Mar 20 at 15:26
  • Britain measures height and weight in inches and lbs?
    – Alex
    Mar 20 at 16:21
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    @Alex - Height in feet + inches, absolutely. Weight in pounds is not abnormal, but stones and pounds is more common.
    – Valorum
    Mar 20 at 16:26

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