IMHO Gryffindor is a very Enneatype 1 and 6 kind of place (with the likely exception of phobic 6s). If the statistics I've seen are anything to go by, relatively few INFPs are 1s or 6s.Ironically enough, I have consistently gotten Gryffindor (of course on Pottermore, as well), and this has some what annoyed me, perhaps because I also know it's the house that everyone else seems to want to be in, too. It doesn't feel special or rewarding anymore because of that. I dunno, like people will cheat to get into Gryffindor because it's what they want, not because it's the house they should be in. So I guess I always feel like Gryffindor will end up not being "accurate" for many people and thus I will not be together with actual Gryffindors - it's all just the result of many others learning or otherwise knowing "how to answer" to get in. (Sounds a bit silly, as if we're all actually going to school there....But shhh! Perhaps we are! :tongue: )
Add to it that I am somehow obsessed with Hufflepuff and love it and always wished I could place there instead of Gryffindor, and...heh heh heh. I'm just chuckling because so many here see Hufflepuff as the INFP's place. Now I understand why!
So I might actually be one of those rare INFP 6's, then! I do keep typing as it on the few (not official) tests I've taken...To be fair, when I took the wand test, I also got Harry's wand. Mine was just either an inch or two shorter, I forget which. Aren't many of the "heroes" in stories typed as INFP? Although I don't quite understand the "whys" of that either, but...IMHO Gryffindor is a very Enneatype 1 and 6 kind of place (with the likely exception of phobic 6s). If the statistics I've seen are anything to go by, relatively few INFPs are 1s or 6s.