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Old March 18th, 2010, 2:11 pm
CurseCruciatus  Female.gif CurseCruciatus is offline
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Re: Snape and Lily: Joint Character Analysis v.4

Originally Posted by silver ink pot View Post
She defends her own House mates even though she earlier saw them attacking Snape - that's a choice, too, in my opinion.
I don't recall her defending the Marauders. During SWM, Lily defends Snape and tells them to stop. The aftermath of the incident was Snape going to apologize and Lily telling him that she's made excuses for him for long enough and that she doesn't want to keep going like that.

If you're referring to the Pensieve scene before SWM, she calls James an arrogant toerag, but she doesn't praise him in any way. The point she was trying to communicate was that Avery and Mulciber were evil, practicing Dark Magic and all.

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