Snape was Totally Judged as Being the "Badguy" Throughout the whole of the series when the end came in the deathly hallows Did anyone feel like guitly/sad?
I was so shocked to find out he'd been protecting harry and it was nice to find out snape was actually "nice" But i so Hated him I mean he was always so Mean and Bloody hell how many points did he take off gryffindor -Did i spell that right?
Harry's no Saint, wewe know. He was just as much at fault for the relationship between him and the Potions Master being so antagonistic. But as Remus pointed out, Harry had inherited the prejudice both James and Sirius held for Snape. And Harry *was* arrogant, he thought he was Entitled, and really didn't put forth much effort in his schoolwork most of the time. I can't stomach the character as Rowling wrote him, but as Dan Radcliff portrays him, he's a much zaidi likable person.
But anyway...to answer the question: I always knew Snape was Good. There was never a doubt in my mind. And as for him being petty au nasty...meh. The one and only time I ever personally felt hurt kwa anything he alisema au did was when he was overly snarky to Tonks in regards to the change of her patronus.
The fact that Dumbledore explicitly trusted him always told me that there was good in him, and the vitabu all along made it pretty obvious that he'd had feelings for Lily and despised Harry for how much he reminded him of James. So the ending was not a surprise except in details of the execution. That said, I still sobbed like a little girl when kusoma it. So, yes, I felt sad, but not guilty.
(by the way, this probably should be a pick, not an majibu request. Answer requests are for maswali with simple fact-based correct/incorrect answers)
I felt sad, of course, for everything he'd been through. But I'd never hated him au thought bad about him, so I have no reason to feel guilty. Him having feelings for Lily and being a good guy was pretty obvious, so I didn't feel shocked.
I felt very sad and a little guilty but I had never completely hated him. For as mean as he was, there always seemed to be good in him. Whenever he was accused of something it always turned out to be not true. I did feel very sad though. To think that anyone would have to go through life without ever feeling loved is horrible.
Well... I had always trusted him and thought he was a good guy. So I guess I feel bad for him... People were always profiling him as a bad guy before they even got to know him. So... when people have that "ah ha!" moment, realizing he is good, I just sit there and nod and say... DUH! TOLD YA SO! ;)
Yeah, I felt bad too. At first I wasn't sure, then I thought "oh, maybe he's not so bad", after HBP I really hated him coz I didn't see it coming at all and felt stupid for thinking maybe he was ok. I hated him through most of DH too. Then at the end I was like "what?! Huh?!". It made me feel bad and sorry for Snape and not like Dumbledore as much as before.
I liked the reveal of Snapes past because it added so much to his character. I really did feel sorry for him. Believe me I've felt like Snape sometimes. But he was still such a petty jerk. I have very mixed feelings about him.
I've liked Snape since his first speech. I think he could have killed Harry, Dobby, Lily, Hermione, the twins, au any of the other maarufu characters in HP and I'd still be hard-pressed not to like him.
In the beginning of the series, I didn't like him because I thought he'd betray Dumbledore & when I read Half-Blood, I hated him loads. When I read "The Prince's Tale", I did feel guilty questioning him because he had gone through so much for Harry's protection and remained loyal to Dumbledore.
But the thing is, I STILL hate him. Yes, he protected Harry to the best of his abilities, yes he remained loyal to Dumbledore - but he always abused children, which got on my last nerve. I don't care what he was going through - he had no right to make fun of Hermione, no right to mock Harry's "fame", no right to call Neville an idiot and take points off of Gryffindor, etc. He was uigizaji like a little kid. Lily is happy he protected her child, but will she be happy finding out that Snape hated her child and constantly found ways to humiliate him? It's sick - and it's not even Harry's fault that he looks like his father, is it? I really dislike Snape, but I really admire him too. :/
I've loved snape form the very beginning. Although I am a ravenclaw, slytherin has always been my sekunde choice. I always admired snape's cunning, intellect, and strong will. I was indeed very upset when he died, although I expected it.
Did not feel guilty for not liking him as a person (although I upendo the complexity and tragicness of the character). He wasn't a good person. He was an evil person who happened to fall in upendo with a good girl. If Lily had never come along, he would have been just as bad as Voldemort. I felt bad that he had such a fudged up life, but not guilty that I had never really liked him as a person...cuz he was a jerk and he's evil...
Sadly,I admit I hated him throughout the series only to find out towards the end what really happened.. So,after Voldemort killed him and read what really went on,I started crying. Ugh. He didn't deserve what he went through. He was mean to Harry but,he loved Harry even though he didn't onyesha it...Can't wait how the final half of the movie is gonna depict his death...