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Do आप think Sev would have been as attracted to Lily if there had been other wizard children around?

I think his attraction to her was based on his observations of her magickal skills. That must have been a revelation to someone stuck in a muggle environment; I can't see him tolerating muggle kids too well.

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bri-marie said:
Her doing magic is what caught his attention. Her personality is what he fell for. And her personality wouldn't have changed had there been other wizards around.

Also, like BlackHound (and the books) point out: Severus didn't fit in too well with other wizards. Even amongst the death eaters -- there were many that didn't trust या like him. There being other wizards in the area wouldn't have changed that either.
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Good point, both for आप and BH. And I managed to overlook the probability that his family didn't live near other wizards b/c of his father's dislike of magic. I figured for certain he wouldn't have fit in w/muggle children, even if he had wanted that. And the way that गहरे नीले रंग, पेटुनिया referred to Spinner's End--she made it sound as if it were a dodgy neighborhood. That couldn't have helped either.
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karenmiller1972 said:
I think Lily slipped past Severus' inborn and developed defenses.

It wasn't because she was magical, per se. It was और that he was in a position to introduce Lily to a world he was already part of and knowledgeable about. It put him in a position of power and made him feel सुरक्षित talking to her.

Then, they kept talking, and so he let her get closer than anyone else.

When they went to Hogwarts, they were surrounded द्वारा magical children, but he became reserved from all the children, except for Lily.

Coming from the childhood it was intimated that he had, most children are withdrawn, self-protective, and less trusting. But, because of the way Lily and Severus met, it allowed that friendship to begin.

I'm quite sure, as an adolscent boy, that Severus probably looked at other girls, but only had one he really trusted to let that close to him, and that would have been Lily.
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 I think Lily slipped past Severus' inborn and developed defenses. It wasn't because she was magical, per se. It was और that he was in a position to introduce Lily to a world he was already part of and knowledgeable about. It put him in a position of power and made him feel सुरक्षित talking to her. Then, they kept talking, and so he let her get closer than anyone else. When they went to Hogwarts, they were surrounded द्वारा magical children, but he became reserved from all the children, except for Lily. Coming from the childhood it was intimated that he had, most children are withdrawn, self-protective, and less trusting. But, because of the way Lily and Severus met, it allowed that friendship to begin. I'm quite sure, as an adolscent boy, that Severus probably looked at other girls, but only had one he really trusted to let that close to him, and that would have been Lily.
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BlackHound said:
Yes, actually, I do, and if there had been other Wizarding families around, it's no guarantee that they would have accepted Severus, unfortunately.
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