Community·Posted on Mar 1, 201712 Disney Characters Who Are Total RavenclawsWhere those of wit and learning will always find their kind.by thetattoodprincessCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Belle (Beauty and the Beast) Disney Belle is first and foremost a lover of books. She has a rich imagination and is often lost in her own thoughts. She takes joy in teaching Beast to read and sharing stories with others, and this makes her a Ravenclaw through and through. 2. Milo Thatch (Atlantis: The Lost Empire) Disney The hero of Atlantis is decidedly more brain than brawn, and initially he has a hard time adjusting to the action-packed adventure of his mission to find the lost city. He quickly overcomes this, however, and learns how to put his extensive knowledge of linguistics, anthropology, and cartography to practical use. 3. Basil of Baker Street (The Great Mouse Detective) Disney Cerebral to a fault, Basil of Baker Street is the mice world’s top consulting detective, with a precise eye for detail and an unparalleled knowledge of London’s underground. What he lacks in empathy he makes up for in wit, genius, and rodent-related puns. 4. Alice (Alice in Wonderland) Disney Alice is a child with an active imagination, so much so that she constructs an entire wonderland in her own mind. Her insatiable curiosity leads her through a candy-coated world of disappearing cats and tea parties, but it also nearly costs her her head. 5. Flik (A Bug's Life) Disney Flik tries his best to help his colony, but his many inventions largely go unappreciated by his fellow ants. Flik is able to defeat Hopper, the villainous grasshopper, by cleverly constructing a bird out of leaves. Total Ravenclaw move. 6. Jane Porter (Tarzan) Disney Much like Belle, Jane is an educated young woman yearning for adventure and knowledge. She immerses herself in the African jungle to study zoology and successfully teaches Tarzan to speak English all on her own. 7. Merlin (The Sword in the Stone) Disney Although Pottermore claims that Merlin was a Slytherin, the wizard who appears in The Sword in the Stone seems much more inclined toward Ravenclaw. As a mentor to Wart, Merlin seeks to impart wisdom to his pupil, knowing very well that young Arthur will one day reign as king of Britain. 8. Yokai (Big Hero 6) Disney Once the top robotics scientist in the world, Professor Robert Callaghan fakes his own death and assumes a super villain alter-ego, Yokai. Callaghan uses his superior understanding of robotics technology to steal and manipulate Hiro’s microbots in order to destroy Alistair Krei, whom he blames for the death of his daughter. 9. Pocahontas (Pocahontas) Disney Pocahontas displays all the bravery and nobility of a Gryffindor, but her wisdom, curiosity, and open-mindedness ultimately make her more of a Ravenclaw. She’s somehow able to learn to speak English from the wind, and she teaches both the settlers and her people that they can learn from one another. 10. Owl (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Winnie the Pooh) Disney Owl is the most erudite resident of the Hundred Acre Woods, though he has an unfortunate tendency toward long-winded lectures. Due to his ego and pedantic nature, Owl’s intelligence is not all he claims it to be. 11. Rapunzel (Tangled) Disney Though she shows a sense of loyalty when she struggles over betraying Mother Gothel’s trust, and perhaps some daring when she leaves home with a total stranger, what comes across most strongly is Rapunzel’s desire to know and understand the outside world, particularly the floating lights. We see that Rapunzel has become proficient in every skill available for her to learn in her tower and that she's particularly gifted in painting and astronomy. 12. Remy (Ratatouille) Disney Remy is the sole mind in his colony of rats. Rather than books, however, Remy’s brilliance lies in the culinary arts. Ratatouille gives us one of Disney’s most profound lessons: Not everyone can be a great artist, but great art can come from anywhere.