Dumbledore watched her fly away, and as her silvery glow faded he turned back to Snape , and his eyes were full of tears. “ After all this time ?” “ Always ,” said Snape .” This indicated that Snape cared for Lily, and cared for Harry because Lily would have wanted it.
Dumbledore watched her fly away, and as her silvery glow faded he turned back to Snape, and his eyes were full of tears. “ After all this time ?” “ Always ,” said Snape.
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 ”. That meant, Snape was still in love with Lily , even after so many years of her death, i.e. after all this time. And Snape replies, Always .
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Harry asks, “Will you stay with me?” Lily says , “ Always .” Is this a reference to Snape? No. It is a reference to a mothers love for her son. She will always be with Harry until he joins her in death.
Is Hermione Voldemort’s Daughter ? No. Plus, Hermione Granger has parents and Rowling clearly established both her heritage (she is Muggle-born, unlike Voldemort ) and her family.
Despite the ending of their friendship, Snape still loved Lily . The deep, unrequited love Snape held for Lily for almost all of his life also influenced his Patronus, which took the form of a silver doe – the same as hers, caused him to spy on Voldemort for Albus Dumbledore.
Expecto Patronum , the spell that conjured up Harry’s magnificent stag Patronus , roughly translates into ‘I expect (or await) a guardian’ in Latin, which is apt. In Ancient Rome, the word ‘ patronus ‘ meant protector, too, but with very different connotations.
“For him?” shouted Snape . “ Expecto Patronum !” By casting the patronus , Snape indirectly answered the headmaster that he still loved Lily. That all he did was for Lily’s sake and her death shocked him so much that his patronus took the form of Lilys’, whom he loved dearly.
All in all, Snape is highly talented with dark magic, McGonagall doesn’t have any significant specialty in Defense Against the Dark Arts. His magic and talents, as well as feats, are far more combat oriented, so I think he wins without an issue. Snape because of legilimency.
During Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Snape uses his Patronus to lead Harry to the sword of Gryffindor. 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.
Snape said ” Don’t kill me ” because at that point he was a Death Eater, while Dumbledore was the leader of the Order of the Phoenix. Later on, of course, Snape turned to Dumbledore’s side and became a member of the Order himself, and a spy in Voldemort’s ranks.
7 He could cause a lot of damage with dark magic 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.
Narcissa Malfoy’s very dangerous lie Draco Malfoy’s mother Narcissa was cold, cunning and devoted to the Dark Lord. When Harry survived Voldemort’s Killing Curse for the second time, Narcissa pretended he was dead so she could get to Draco .
When Snape killed Dumbledore In probably the most shocking twist of the series, Snape cast the unforgivable Avada Kedavra curse on Hogwarts’ beloved headmaster. For those who’d questioned Snape’s loyalty, this was the moment that seemed to finally reveal his true colours.