A small tale of revengeSeverus knew it was serious when a potions bottle smashed two inches to the left of his own face. He took out his wand and, straightening up, shot a spell at the general direction where Potter and Black were hiding. He knew it had been a stupid idea to come tonight but he couldn't leave it alone, could it? He would never have been able to sleep, knowing that Lily and Potter were meeting at the dungeons toA small tale of revenge by AineLavena
"Sectumsempra!" bellowed Severus, shooting another spell. It hit a shelf full of glass flasks, which exploded with a thunderous noise.
"Oy!" yelled Sirius. "Careful, Prongs!"
"Come on, Padfoot, let's flank him!"
"Don't yell our plan!"
There was nothing more annoying than Potter's arrogant, overconfident nature. Severus crawled between the desks and tried to get to the place where they had been, to catch at least one of them from behind. This was exactly why he needed some real friends, so his battles against Potter and his followers w
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Severus Snape and J.K. Rowling's WordsHas the world of fantasy ever produced a character more provocatively mysterious more dramatic in appearance more morally ambiguous more downright compulsive than Severus Snape? Well, maybe, but it's easy to forget every other character when you're basking in the full glare of his sarcastic sense of humour, his dark, dramatic appearance, and his hard-line approach to classroom discipline.
|Because "There, his black robes rippling in a cold breeze, stood Severus Snape. He was a thin man with sallow skin, a hooked nose and greasy, shoulder-length black hair, and at this moment, he was smiling in a way that told Harry he and Ron were in very deep trouble." |
("Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" by JK Rowling)