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Old July 8th, 2008, 3:17 pm
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Re: Snape and Lily: Joint Character Analysis v.3

Yeah, but the threat that Avery and Mulciber represented was very grave. They were Jr. DEs and they all became DEs, including Snape. James was only a potential love interest, not a potential member of a group of bloodthirsty killers.

Avery and Mulciber were only a threat to the friendship because of what they represented. And it wasn't just Avery and Mulciber that were the problem. Snape aspired to join Voldemort. Snape was espousing bigoted ideas. Snape was involved in the Dark Arts. There was a lot more wrong going on than a simple dislike of his friends.


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