Sherlock/Harry Potter Obviously their boggarts would be each other’s corpses. And then one day John sees him and assumes it’s just another boggart, and says ‘Riddikulus’ expecting the body to change or disappear. But it doesn’t. This time it’s real. FRICK
Perfect. It sometimes seems like Sherlock should be in Slytherin, but, for him, it's really all about being brilliant; it's not ambition and and it's not about being sly. He's a Ravenclaw because, unlike Slytherins Mycroft, Moriarty, and Irene, it's really all merely intellectual to him.