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User avatar #1 - charagrin
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(10/07/2013) [-]
The Marouders are the reason Snape turned into a monster, the reason he hated Harry, the reason he lost Lily, the very reason he became a death eater. In all truth, while reading the books I always felt they were every bit as evil as Voldemort himself. The difference? Voldy never tried to pretend to be anything other than what he was.
User avatar #2 to #1 - zarrowsmith
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(10/07/2013) [-]
You could think that, but you'd be wrong. What they had originally was a simple, idiotic teenage feud. They hated each other. No one started it, they just didn't like each other from the fist time they set eyes. They all did horrid things to each other. Snape lost Lily of his own accord.
User avatar #3 to #2 - charagrin
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(10/07/2013) [-]
No they didn't. Not even close. Read the books. Snape kept to himself, and only responded when spoken James WENT OUT OF HIS WAY to shame and ridicule Snape. JK Rowling herself said that was part of the reason Snape became a Death Eater, she even said had he not became a DE, he may have won Lily in the end.
User avatar #5 to #3 - zarrowsmith
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(10/08/2013) [-]
If you had a reading level past that of a 3rd grader you'd understand this isn't true. The books showed instances where James started problems, but it is heavily implied that they both created problems for each other. And it is flat out shown in the book that Snape is his own reason for losing Lily. Did you just ignore that section?
User avatar #7 to #5 - charagrin
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In Books 5 and 7, from Snape's memories, he appears to be almost a Malfoy-like character, full of arrogance and possessing a ruthless bullying streak. He emerges as a character that's truly Snape's opposite: James is confident where Snape is insecure; James seems to be cared for and come from a loving family, while Snape's family is poor and unloving; James is handsome and popular, while Snape is neither. And, we must admit, we don't always like James more for his differences from Snape. We feel a lot of sympathy for Snape, the underdog, and find ourselves rather pleased when Lily calls James an "arrogant toerag" (33.174).

At the same time, we have to recognize that much of the information we're getting about James comes from Snape, and the two were clearly rivals for Lily Evans's affection. It's not hard to read between the lines of Snape's memories and find an immature James trying to show off to his crush, Lily, and cut down Snape out of jealousy. Dumbledore, Remus Lupin, and the rest of the Order of the Phoenix certainly were very fond of James and frequently assure Harry that James was a good person. And Lily, who seems to have pretty good judgment, wouldn't have loved the guy for nothing, right?

In the end, we get the feeling that Harry has come to terms with his father, and recognizes that, though he was a rather arrogant schoolboy, he was a good man and a brave member of the Order of the Phoenix. Harry and Ginny name their first child James, after Harry's dad.
User avatar #6 to #5 - charagrin
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I didn't ignore that section, I just listened to what JK Rowling, You know, the person who wrote the books, SAID. QUOTE- "James always suspected Snape harboured deeper feelings for Lily, which was a factor in James’ behaviour to Snape."
—J. K. Rowling on why James particularly hated Snape._



In addition I feel this sums up exactly why James was a monster. And can I assume by your logic and argument, that you do not feel that bullies shape the people their victims grow up to be? I guess all those kids who commit suicide and blame the bullies are lying, and the bullies never did anything wrong.

We've learned bits and pieces about James Potter over the course of the Harry Potter series. First we saw him as a loving dad (Books 1 and 2), then as a mischievous Fred and George-like Marauder (Book 3), and then as the good guy who saved the ungrateful Snape's life (Book 3). But, in the later novels, we begin to question James a bit.

User avatar #10 to #6 - zarrowsmith
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And judging by your decision to completely ignore the actual argument, take a quote out of context, and use ad hominem, you must have realized that you are wrong.
#9 - guywithafork
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User avatar #4 - heartlessrobot
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I'd like to know how the **** they predicted that he would become a teacher.
User avatar #8 to #4 - Paranoid Sniper
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i think they just insult anyone that tries to read the map without the correct password, though in the book Snape tells the map that he is Headmaster of the school