I think I read a theory or fanfic that said that a person’s Patronus is what their joy would look like as a creature. Harry Potter My patronus is a groot shirt. Thestrals are misunderstood, gentle creatures that are only visible to those who have experienced extreme grief. I’ve seen so many emos who wanted to get a thestral. I mean, that’s a personal question for you to ask yourself, isn’t it? There’s no canon explanation for why Hermione’s Patronus is an otter, or Luna’s a rabbit, or Ginny’s a horse. You can assign character traits, but really that’s a very tenuous link at best. Harry, Snape, and Tonks are the only characters with Patronuses that really mean anything. If it reveals something about your character, that’s a personal connection. I’m aware of the Japanese rabbit, but I’m not sure if it’s an actual connection or not.Regardless, for OP, that means nothing unless their name is Dead Horse or something.
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I don’t know. Another saying is “As Mad as a March Hare” which does apply to Luna. Harry Potter My patronus is a groot shirt. Plus her name is the origin of the word “Lunatic”, originally a translation of the word “Moonstruck” which means, “unable to think or act normally”. Okay, but when Luna was a baby, no one knew what she would be like when they named her. Especially for something like a Patronus, “I’m named that” is unsatsifying. If Harry was named Stagman instead, I wouldn’t have said his Patronus held meaning just for being a stag without the whole dad thing. I’d imagine moles are diligent, and get easily absorbed in whatever tasks they carry out, Or maybe Pottermore is just politely saying you have tunnel vision. Who knows!
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I was blown away when I got Erumpent. Harry Potter My patronus is a groot shirt. It was early on the first day of the test being released and some of my friends didn’t believe me when I told them, or they replied with “You got what!?” After thinking about it for a while, and especially after seeing Fantastic Beasts, I realized exactly how accurate it is. The Erumpent is pretty gentle. You don’t bother it, it won’t bother you. It doesn’t go out looking for fights. However, if you bring a fight to it, it will wreck your shit without remorse. It’s also got that injecting horn where it can make things explode. I’m similar. Mostly quiet, keep to myself, happiest doing my own thing. If someone comes at me, I’ll defend myself and sometimes I end up hurting things a bit worse than I should have in the process. Sometimes I can’t resist playing devil’s advocate and can make discussions a bit explosive by injecting unusual opinions and points of view.
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Due to forgotten passwords, I have taken the patronus quiz 4 times. Harry Potter My patronus is a groot shirt. Each time I have gotten some sort of dog. I love dogs! I feel like the chances of getting such similar results four different times are small enough that my patronus really would be a dog of some sort! My patronous is Runespoor, which has mostly been associated with dark wizards. I tried finding analysis for Runespoor, but didn’t find any. I am happy with the patronous, but I am not sure how it reflects me. I’m very sorry for your loss. May your brother rest in peace. That’s actually quite interesting that your Patronus is a Thestral. I’ve made like 4 different accounts just to get Gryffindor, and every time I also did the Patronus quiz. My Patronus is the same as McGonagall’s, and she’s like the most badass witch in the entire series and she’s one of my favourites (and I relate since I’m a Gryffinclaw as well), so I guess it’s pretty accurate