J.K Rowling used her wizarding powers to magically create the news that it's the dawn of the age of Hufflepuff.

J.K Rowling used her wizarding powers to magically create the news that it's the dawn of the age of Hufflepuff.
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The protagonist of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the new Harry Potter spin-off movie, is a Hufflepuff.

J.K Rowling used her wizarding powers to magically create the news that it's the dawn of the age of Hufflepuff.
Her patronus is the Twitter bird.
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Concurrently, Pottermore—that weird Harry Potter fansite thing—held some type of competition which Hufflepuff fans won:

J.K. Rowling commented on the news with the following tweet:

Huffepuff always seemed like the house Rowling created when she ran out of ideas for houses, which goes to show that Rowling can literally say anything about any aspect of Harry Potter and people will consider it news. Anyways, if you really care about your house, argue about it in the comments!

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