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Why does Harry take Snape's tears?


  1. Why does Harry take Snape's tears?
  2. What did Harry see in Snape's tears?
  3. How do you get past tears from snapes?
  4. What were Snape's last words?
  5. What do Snape's tears mean?
  6. What do snapes tears mean?
  7. What does the resurrection stone do?
  8. What is Snape's secret?
  9. How does Harry get Snape's memory?
  10. Is the Resurrection Stone lost?
  11. Did Harry Potter lose the Resurrection Stone?

Why does Harry take Snape's tears?

To see his memories. Harry was later seen dropping Snape's tears into the Pensieve. 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.

What did Harry see in Snape's tears?

Snape died looking into Harry's eyes: the eyes of the boy who survived because the woman he loved died. The eyes of the boy who looked like the spitting image of his father, the man who bullied him, then married the love of his life.

How do you get past tears from snapes?

Destroy the statue in the center of the area with Reducto, then use Hermione's bag plate to build a catapult. Bring it back, then shoot the target on the side to fling a rock up and hit the troll. After this, more spiders and Death Eaters will appear, so destroy them all.

What were Snape's last words?

In the [Deathly Hallows] book, Snape's dying words to Harry were "Look at me". Right then we did not realize the significance of his words but in the very next chapter when Harry goes through Snape's memories in the Pensieve, he comes to know how much Snape loved Lily.

What do Snape's tears mean?

Those tears from Snape were because he had just been bitten by Nagano but he was also thinking about Lily and how he was going to be with her therefore, his tears were partially caused by his memories with Lily.

What do snapes tears mean?

Those tears from Snape were because he had just been bitten by Nagano but he was also thinking about Lily and how he was going to be with her therefore, his tears were partially caused by his memories with Lily.

What does the resurrection stone do?

The Resurrection Stone was one of the three Deathly Hallows, originally in the possession of Cadmus Peverell. In layman's terms, it gave its owner the power to bring back a form of the dead.

What is Snape's secret?

Near the end of the saga, it's revealed that Snape has been in love with Harry's (now deceased) mother Lily since childhood, and has been working as a double agent against Voldemort throughout the entire series. When Dumbledore asks him whether he's still in love with her "after all this time?" Snape replies, "Always."

How does Harry get Snape's memory?

The lessons were ultimately cancelled when Harry saw a memory in the Pensieve of his father hanging Snape in the air by his ankles and was caught by the Potions Master, while Snape postponed the lessons in order to rescue Graham Montague from being stuck inside a toilet.

Is the Resurrection Stone lost?

The ring was destroyed in 1996 by Albus Dumbledore, but the stone was placed in Harry Potter's first Golden Snitch until it passed into the possession of Harry Potter who used it to great success in the Second Wizarding War.

Did Harry Potter lose the Resurrection Stone?

Harry drops the resurrection stone mainly because he did not need it anymore. He seeked closure in a way from the people who gave up their life protecting him and once he received it he did not need the stone anymore. Harry never wanted to be the master of death or bring them back.



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