- Why are Snape and Lily’s Patronus the same?
- Did Voldemort use Sectumsempra on Snape?
- Is Hermione Voldemort’s daughter?
- Why did Dumbledore let Snape kill him?
- Is Draco Malfoy evil?
- How did Snape kill Dumbledore with Avada Kedavra?
- Why is Snape a bad guy?
- Why do Snape and Lily say always?
- Who killed Hermione?
- Why does Draco’s mom call Harry Draco?
- Why is Snape considered a good guy?
- Why was Snape the Half Blood Prince?
- Why did Snape give Harry his tears?
- Was Snape good or evil?
- Did Voldemort know Snape was a spy?
- Why did Snape hate Hermione?
- How did Snape feel about killing Dumbledore?
Why are Snape and Lily’s Patronus the same?
The reason Severus Snape has the same patronus as Lily’s is because he was deeply in love with her and the grief and guilt he felt after her death may have cause his patronus to change into a doe, or it already was a doe depending on when he first cast the spell..
Did Voldemort use Sectumsempra on Snape?
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Voldemort may have used this spell to slit Snape’s throat before having Nagini finish him off. The effect of Voldemort’s use of the spell was a slash of the Elder Wand and it cut Snape’s throat.
Is Hermione Voldemort’s daughter?
No. I don’t know how much we can stress this out, but – no, Hermione Granger is not Lord Voldemort’s daughter. … Plus, Hermione Granger has parents and Rowling clearly established both her heritage (she is Muggle-born, unlike Voldemort) and her family.
Why did Dumbledore let Snape kill him?
Even with his efforts to protect her, Snape felt responsible for Lily’s death at Voldemort’s hands. … Dumbledore, aware that Voldemort had ordered Draco to kill him, had asked Snape to kill him instead as a way of sparing the boy’s soul and of preventing his own otherwise slow, painful death.
Is Draco Malfoy evil?
Draco may have been the epitome of evil for a long time in the Harry Potter series, but things turned around for the better. Even still in adulthood, Draco has the ability to effect the world negatively, but he no longer acts on it as he used to, or as his father did.
How did Snape kill Dumbledore with Avada Kedavra?
Severus Snape killed Dumbledore because Dumbledore ordered him to, to spare him suffering, torture and a painful, long agony – because Dumbledore was already dying. Call it assisted suicide. As Dumbledore wished. The Avada Kedavra curse kills instantly and painlessly, and it can be cast out of mercy.
Why is Snape a bad guy?
The biggest argument fans use to prove Severus Snape’s villainy is his clear dislike of Harry Potter. The professor is feared by most non-Slytherin students due to his staunch disciplinary tactics and ominous aura, but throughout the series, he has shown a particular disdain toward the boy and everything he stands for.
Why do Snape and Lily say always?
Simply put, Dumbledore asked him if he still loved Lily, “after all this time”. Replying to this Snape said he always loved her, in short, “Always”. When Snape expressed his concern that Dumbledore was raising Harry like a pig for slaughter, Dumbledore asked if he has grown sensitive towards Harry.
Who killed Hermione?
In this book, Hermione is 79, and she has retired from the Ministry. She, along with old Harry and old Ron, discover a cloak and they find out that it contains dark magic. The cloak unfortunately kills Hermione, who’s body was already deteriorating due to old age and was suffering from stage 2 breast cancer.
Why does Draco’s mom call Harry Draco?
She wanted to see Draco before anyone could kill him for his affiliation with the Dark Lord. Whether or not Harry was alive the answer was always going to be the same so that she could quickly see Draco.
Why is Snape considered a good guy?
The fact that is very rarely discussed is that Snape had to become bad so that everyone who is bad would see that he is still Lord Voldemort’s man. Because of Snape’s black past Dumbledore used him for the greater good. So really, he is a good guy because he is a bad guy.
Why was Snape the Half Blood Prince?
His father was a muggle. His father was neglectful and sometimes abusive, which may have contributed to Snape’s disdain for Muggles. At some point during his school years, he decided to reject his father’s name entirely, giving himself the moniker “The Half-Blood Prince” with his mother’s maiden name instead.
Why did Snape give Harry his tears?
Snape told him to. It was necessary for Harry to take his tears so that he would know what he needed to do to defeat voldemort. Especially since the only other person that could tell him was Dumbledore and he was dead. Not to mention, it was also like a last minute redemption for Snape.
Was Snape good or evil?
After Voldemort killed her, Snape secretly changed sides and agreed to help Dumbledore protect Harry from Voldemort. With all of this, it seems that the answer is clear: Snape is a good person. Unfortunately, things are a lot more complicated than they appear.
Did Voldemort know Snape was a spy?
Snape explains to Bellatrix in HBP (Spinner’s End) that he didn’t know it was Voldemort and only saw Quirrel trying to steal the stone for himself so did all he could to swort him. Also he said he saved harry as he thought Dumbledore would suspect him and he’d lose Dumbledore’s protection.
Why did Snape hate Hermione?
She’s in Gryffindor, he hates all Gryffindors. She is best friends with Harry, so he hates her by association. She is a muggleborn, this is to keep up the image that he is a pure Slytherin and Death Eater. The final reason why he hates her is that because of all the above factors, she reminds him of Lily.
How did Snape feel about killing Dumbledore?
Dumbledore hand waves Snape’s concern away: Snape’s motivation is merciful, as it will spare Dumbledore a humiliating, painful death at the hands of Bellatrix or one of the other sadistic Death Eaters. Avada Kedavra is the worst of the unforgivable curses. Thanks to accomplished Death Eaters such as Barty Crouch, Jr.