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Many fans have said that they don’t understand why Peter Pettigrew was a Gryffindor. But for all his crimes, he still belonged there.
There is nothing from the “Harry Potter” novels to suggest that all Gryffindors have to be morally virtuous people, despite the way J.K. Rowling portrays the House. If we eliminate this expectation, then the argument can be made that Peter Pettigrew was a true Gryffindor.
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I have long been troubled by the fact that Peter Pettigrew was sorted into Gryffindor; of course, for reasons of plot it makes sense since he needed to be close friends with the rest of the Marauders, and Hogwarts tends to be cliquey with their Houses. However, I also knew J.K. Rowling does not make decisions willy-nilly, so I still couldn’t reconcile how a character who is entirely motivated by fear could be sorted into Gryffindor.
Why was Peter Pettigrew a Gryffindor?
We know that Peter Pettigrew hung out with Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, and James Potter at Hogwarts. He is one of the authors of the Marauders Map, and from “Snape’s Worst Memory” in Book Five and McGonagall in Book Three, we know he idolized James. Are we positive Peter was in Gryffindor?
by Brandon Ford Our friend Peter Pettigrew has been a busy little so and so. He was MIA duringOrder of the Phoenix and no one seems to know why or have noticed his absence...
by Dave I was reading through the series for the fifth time when something odd occurred to me. Throughout OotP, Pettigrew fails to make a single appearance, be it in visions or in the...