ravenclawTime for another House Battles readathon update! So far I’ve completed five class challenges and one group assignment, which has lead to 350 points combined. There’s also the weekly challenge which added another 150 points. Then there’s the number of pages I’ve read, which equates to about 3966 points, leaving me with a cumulative total of 4466 points I’ve contributed to Ravenclaw. Honestly, it’s pretty exciting.

Current (averaged) points (as of 12 PM Pacific time) are:

Gryffindor – 1037.633333
Ravenclaw – 743.8356164
Hufflepuff – 757.8636364
Slytherin – 749.2978723

I’m honestly kind of surprised that Gryffindor is still winning. I’d genuinely imagined that Hufflepuff would keep ahead of them and I was working really hard to try and get Ravenclaw into second place. But it looks like we book birds have a lot further to go if we want to get first as we’re currently in last. A shame, but that’s alright. I’m still working on it and we’re still in the running. I have to admit, I’m loving the points competition.

I’m currently reading Seafire and going to be starting the group book soon!

Group Book
house of salt and sorrows

Astronomy; A Book Only Read at Night

Charms; A Book that’s New to You

Defense Against the Dark Arts; A Book You Put Down
revenge of the red club

Flying; A Highly Anticipated Book
wicked saints

Herbology; A Book that Means a Lot to You

History of Magic; A Book from a Different Generation
a wrinkle in time

Potions; A Genre You Don’t Usually Pick Up
twice in a blue moon

Transfiguration; The Last Book You Bought
sea witch

Arithmancy; A Book with a Number in the Title
100 days of sunlight

Care of Magical Creatures; A Book with an Animal on the Cover
under the cottonwood tree

Divination; A Book You Predict Will Be 5 Stars
realm of knights

Muggle Studies; A Hyped Book

Ancient Runes; A Classic
the princess and curdie

Alchemy; A Recommended Book
call it what you want

Apparation; Only Read this Book in Public
the forbidden harbor

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