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Old January 30th, 2020, 4:05 am
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Re: Severus Snape: Character Analysis Reboot v.6

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Originally Posted by mysterious View Post
Snape was loyal to Voldemort when he told him what he overheard at the Hog's Head when Trelawney suddenly launched into the prophecy. He was a loyal servant of the dark lord and was at fault. It was this ammunition which resulted in Voldemort firing on the Potters. Although in this day and age we do not blame the gun manufacturer for mass shootings so in a way Snape is also innocent?
Lol I see what you did there with the emojis. 😂

Much as I appreciate Snape, though, I donít see him as innocent. In fact, I donít think he sees himself as innocent of Lilyís death. Itís his regret over his actions imo that leads him to agree to Dumbledoreís offer to protect the boy. Snape was so distraught that he wanted to die. Dumbledore gave him a way forward.

Iím not going to pretend that Snape was kind to Harry, but I do think he wanted to do something to redeem the horrible choices heíd made in his youth. In order to want to redeem them, though, he had to realize they were horrible choices. I personally doubt he would have agreed to take on Dumbledoreís task if heíd thought himself innocent.

I hope that makes sense. 😄


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