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VIEW FULL SCREEN Prologue Once there was a wizard called Severus Snape. He was tall and lanky, and his black greasy hair hung like curtains around his face. He grew up as a half-blood wizard in an unhappy family, but found solace in a witch called Lily Evans, a childhood friend. Snape loved Lily deeply: through their years at Hogwarts; through her marriage to another wizard, James Potter; through his time as a Death Eater; and long after her murder at the wand of Lord Voldemort. After her death, a heartbroken Snape took up a position at Hogwarts as Potions Master (under Dumbledore 's protection), and began his secret mission to keep safe the only thing that he had left of her: her son, a boy with his mother 's eyes. Severus Snape and the…show more content…
The unwelcome reunion occured when Potter’s old friend Remus Lupin secured Snape’s dream job of Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher. As Potions master, Snape kindly helped out Lupin – a werewolf. Of course, when he had to take over Lupin’s lesson, he may have accidentally taught his class how to spot a werewolf, but that was a complete coincidence. Meanwhile, Sirius Black had escaped from Azkaban and is after Harry Potter. Not forgetting their years at Hogwarts, Snape wasted no time in trying to bring Black to justice when he came to the school. Towards the end of the year, Snape finally caught him in the Shrieking Shack. Once there Snape was hailed as a hero by Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge, who promised that he would be duly rewarded. The Order of Merlin! A profile in the Daily Prophet! Finally, everything 's coming up Severus! Some other stuff happened after that but it wasn’t really that interesting. VIEW FULL SCREEN © JKR/Pottermore Ltd. ™ Warner Bros. Severus Snape and the Goblet of Fire As Hogwarts celebrated the return of the Triwizard Tournament, Snape had bigger fish to fry. For his days of being a Death Eater were coming back to haunt him, and his Dark Mark – a magical stamp tied to the Dark Lord – was becoming more and more pronounced. His worst fears were confirmed later in

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