Quiz: Find Your Own Fantastic Beast

The wizarding world is full of bizarre and fascinating magical creatures. They all have their own quirks and surprises. So why not try this quiz and see which fantastic beast best suits you? Are you proud like a Hippogriff or mysterious like a Demiguise? There’s only one way to find out…


Jacob looking worried with Newt's suitcase.


Keep track of your answers (how many As, Bs, Cs, Ds or Es you pick) and count them up to find your own fantastic beast!


1. What is your favorite season?

A. Spring
B. Fall
C. Summer
D. Winter
E. I don’t have a preference


2. You find yourself lost in the Forbidden Forest. What do you do?

A. Climb a tree to get some perspective. Perhaps I’m not too far from the edge of the forest?
B. Retrace my steps. I’m bound to find familiar ground before too long.
C. Run in one direction. If I stay in that one path, I should be fine – as long as I don’t find any spider dens.
D. Search around for a friendly face. Perhaps Hagrid or the centaurs are around?
E. I’m staying put and quietly panicking until somebody finds me.


3. What is your Hogwarts House?

A. Hufflepuff
B. Ravenclaw
C. Gryffindor
D. Slytherin
E. I’m 100% a Muggle


4. How would you spend a sunny Sunday afternoon?

A. Gardening
B. Catching up on all the things I’ve forgotten to do
C. Beach time with friends
D. A Hike to somewhere I’ve never been
E. Baking up a storm


5. How would you describe yourself?

A. Curious
B. Cheeky
C. Protective
D. Free-spirited
E. Introverted


6. Somebody insults your best friend. How do you react?

A. I’m hitting them with my most scathing come-back.
B. This person is now on my list. They’d better watch out because I’m about to make life difficult for them.
C. I am protecting my friend like a wall against this person. None shall pass.
D. Somebody hold my jacket, this is about to get ugly.
E. I need to comfort my friend before anything else.


7. What can’t you say “no” to?

A. Chocolate
B. Anything Shiny
C. Game night with friends
D. Night out on the Town
E. A good book




Mostly As – Bowtruckle

Bowtruckles are generally friendly and peaceful creatures and act as tree guardians. Due to their agility and long sharp fingers, they are also useful creatures – especially for picking locks. They are generally happy creatures, but woe to anyone who threatens them or their tree – then you will realize what those sharp fingers can really do.




Mostly Bs – Niffler

Nifflers are adorable, yet completely chaotic. These curious scavengers have a deep love of anything that glitters and shimmers and are great at causing trouble. These cuddly creatures are full of attitude and curiosity and are always on the move.




Mostly Cs – Graphorn

This majestic beast may dominate the room, but inside they are a fiercely protective and generally misunderstood creature. Graphorns are a rare breed of magical creature and each is highly treasured.




Mostly Ds – Hippogriff

Hippogriffs are very loyal and loving creatures but beware –  any who insult them or try to hurt those they care for are in serious trouble. They love exploring the world around them (who wouldn’t when you can run and fly like that?) and can be counted on when the going gets tough.


A screenshot from "Hogwarts Legacy" shows a character riding a Hippogriff.



Mostly Es – Demiguise

A Demiguise may not have the size and ferocity of a Graphorn or Hippogriff, but don’t discount its curious mind or elusive nature. With the ability to turn invisible and predict the future, this magical creature is exceedingly hard to catch. They may be a little shy or just prefer being by themselves, but that’s just part of their charm.



Did you find your perfect match? Comment down below with your thoughts – perhaps there are other magical creatures that you would identify with better!


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Emily Lawrence

I was first handed my mum’s copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on my eighth birthday, and I’ve never looked back. As a proud Hufflepuff and part of the Australian-Weasley branch, I hope to one-day walk in the footsteps of J.K. Rowling and write my own magical stories. No matter where life takes me, Harry Potter will always be home.