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Old February 2nd, 2008, 2:36 am
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Re: Snape and Dumbledore: Joint Character Analysis

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Originally Posted by The_Green_Woods View Post
Without his knowledge. In all other matters, he knew the risks and took them willingly. If it comes to light that he did not know, then it would mean in this case he was fighting blind, and that too, when it is clearly apparent he would be killed by Voldemort. My opinion is that decision should have been Snape's to die for the cause and not Dumbledore's to sacrifice him for the same.
Who is to say it wasn't Snape's decision? Snape would have died for Lily -- or protecting Harry for Lily, and that is just exactly what he did. Also, as pertaining to Dumbledore, Dumbledore knew people would have to be sacrificed for the "Greater Good," it was a chance Dumbledore was willing to take himself, and a chance he assumed those who joined the Order were willing to take as well. Snape knew that his life was always in danger, and he took the risk that all other Order members (and Death Eaters for that matter) took when joining the War.


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