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Old February 1st, 2008, 12:27 pm
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Re: Snape and Dumbledore: Joint Character Analysis

Originally Posted by ComicBookWorm View Post
This is spot on. Not only were all the Order members given information on a need to know basis, but that was very specific to the individual roles each played. In Snape's case, his treatment was unique since none of the other Order members were spies in Voldemort's inner circle. But we did see that he kept certain pieces of information away from Snape in case Voldemort was able to penetrate Snape's mind.
I agree. But the other Order members knew the dangers of the situation they were in at any time. Snape did too, for almost all things. Only I am not sure, if he was also made aware of the facts pertaining to the Elder wand and was also made aware of the problems that may arise because of that knowledge, considering the fact Dumbledore wanted him to pass on the message to Harry before something happened to him.

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