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Why do toi prefer Snape to other nicer characters in Harry Potter?

I know questions about why people like Snape have been asked before, I'm kind of interested in knowing why toi prefer him to the other nicer and suposedly better characters in Harry Potter.
 cunha27 posted il y a plus d’un an
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otohime said:
I'm not a big fan of Gryffindors. They seem to be so obvious and will state exactly what's on their mind. It doesn't keep one guessing. With Snape, there's an air of mystery around him; there's so much that's still NEVER stated in the books. There's so many directions to take his character: he hates and he loves, he is sly and he is brave.

I like the depth of him. As a person (not just a fictional character), I admire his intelligence, his strength, and his loyalty.

"Nice" is a trite word, regardless. Gryffindors generally think of themselves as nice, but they hold some of the deepest prejudices, even to each other at times. Of course, there are a few generally nice people (like Luna) and I like them.
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bri-marie said:
I prefer Severus to those nicer characters because those nicer characters aren't Severus. They don't have his personality, his history, his behavior, his mannerisms, his ... anything.

The same reasons I have for liking Severus are the same reasons I have for liking him plus than anyone else.
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gr8hpfan said:
Snape played his part so well that none of us could guess ou try to guess that his character was such in the end. He was an amazing person with a bravery greater than what we can imagine, and balanced his hatred and affection for Harry's well being in a planned efficient way.
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posted il y a plus d’un an 
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Couldn't guess which part? I remember lire articles pre-deathly hallows that theorized Snape / Lily. As for myself, I couldn't find him guilty for killing Dumbledore (Dumbledore BEG to be saved? No way.... I knew there was more).
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welkincooper said:
He's a much plus complex character, and a lot plus interesting because of it. His nature is a mystery, and someone with a bit of mystery about them is always plus interesting than an open book personality. And being nice is highly overrated, in my opinion. Most of the other characters aren't that nice all the time either, but Snape's willingness to project his "unniceness" and wear it like a shield without caring what other people think about it appeals to me. He's not really that bad anyway. I've met people in real life who were much less likeable and did worse things than he did.
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blaziken25 said:
Because he is so interesting. Being nice isn't everything.
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ImAnEasel said:
Being nice isn't everything - nice is not the same as being truly kind, which Snape is (though he doesn't montrer it, making it even plus admirable). He protects from the shadows... like a ninja! XD Sorry, as a Narutard, I couldn't resist. He really loved Lily with all his cœur, coeur and he was a good person, but his life just got worse and worse. :( I can't blame him for not being overly friendly with Harry, the spitting image of that jerk James (apart from the eyes of course). Snape is also a very funny character, especially in the films when he's played par Alan Rickman. :D So yeah, characters don't have to be 'nice' to be likable.
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AskVoldemort said:
BECAUSE SNAPE IS AMAZING AND THE BRAVEST MAN I'VE EVER KNOWN! What plus do toi need? XD
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 BECAUSE SNAPE IS AMAZING AND THE BRAVEST MAN I'VE EVER KNOWN! What plus do toi need? XD
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fionasnape said:
I just think he is much plus interesting than the others, there is something so special about him.
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