Before Sirius Black's first appearance in "Prisoner of Azkaban", there was Severus Snape.
When I first saw him in "Sorcerer's Stone" (movie), I was impressed with Alan Rickman's portrayal.
He is the most complex character whose true intentions are not revealed until the "Deathly Hallows."
For years, especially after reading "Half-Blood Prince," I have always stand by my belief that Snape was always loyal to Albus Dumbledore.
Always, and I'm right☆
In the final installment, Voldemort murders Snape in an attempt to gain control over Dumbledore's wand.. o(´□｀o)
Due to his guilt and love for Lily, Dumbledore convinced Snape to protect Harry out of his love for Lily, and even though he hated Harry for what bits of James he saw in the child, Snape stayed true to his promise.
Remember the emphasis that Harry has his mother's green eyes? Snape's the key to this question.
In his last moments, he whispers to Harry: "Look... at... me." He died looking into Harry's eyes, thinking of Lily Potter.
At the end of the series, Harry named his second son, Albus Severus Potter "for two headmasters of Hogwarts. One of them was a Slytherin and he was probably the bravest man [Harry] ever knew."
His undying love for Lily Potter... ｡･ﾟ(´□｀)ﾟ･｡
I will probably cry even worse compared to Sirius's death in "Order of the Phoenix"
- Jul 27 Fri 2007 07:48