In the end, the Morrigan betrayed him, perching on his shoulder to show his enemies that he was dead.
The young hero got his name, the ‘Hound of Culann’, when he accidentally killed the guard-dog of Culann the blacksmith.
Ashamed of his deed, he pledged to redeem himself by acting in the dog’s place.
He grew up very fast, and quickly became Ulster’s war-leader.
Maybe it's because you don't have their ever-so-cheery bravery, but your priorities are definitely elsewhere. Ravenclaw isn't the house for you, and that's just fine.
You're more about street smarts than book smarts anyway.