View Single Post
  #87  
Old December 3rd, 2010, 8:49 pm
lemon_drop  Male.gif lemon_drop is offline
First Year
 
Join Date: 28th November 2010
Location: Needful Things
Age: 27
Posts: 7
Re: Severus Snape: Character Analysis Reboot v.3

Quote:
Originally Posted by giftedkid527 View Post
The good deeds count, but why do the bad ones disappear?
When has anyone said that his bad deeds should not be taken into account and simply disappear?

Quote:
Originally Posted by OldMotherCrow
I think Snape explicitely endangered the Order by giving Voldemort the exact time and date of their operation. Thus, he willingly helped plan the mission to attempt Harry's capture and assassination, and I do see him as culpable in Moody's murder, and the attempted murders of other Order members.
One might just as well say that Snape explicitly endangered the Death Eaters (and himself) since he knew that the Order would undoubtedly put up quite a fight and that some of Voldemort's cronies were likely to die or get seriously injured.

At the end of the day, though, the only one to be held responsible for Moody's death is the Death Eater who actually took his life, imo.


Sponsored Links