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Snape's Patronus

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  • Tea Towel
  • Fantasy Flowers

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Made by: Karen, Wichita Falls, Texas

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(Forest Friends) The deer patronus that brought the Sword of Gryffindor to Harry and Ron in "Deathly Hallows". Originally assumed to have been the ghost of Harry's mother, it turned out that the deer was Snape's patronus, and a symbol of his enduring love/obsession with Lily Potter. "Always" is something of a catchphrase among Snape fen, and refers to an exchange between Dumbledore and Snape in the book, when Snape reveals that Lily has always been Snape's reason for protecting Harry.

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