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ok in the "Order of the Phoenix" Harry tells everyone to think of there happiest memory to produce the protronus..anyways after I took the 퀴즈 to find out what mine was it came back as a 늑대 the same as Lupin & Tonks' then we learn in "Deathly Hallows" that Lily & Severus share the doe so my 질문 is do 당신 think they have the same memories to have the same patronus?
 twilighter4evr posted over a year ago
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bri-marie said:
Not at all. Harry and James' patronus' were the same. How could they have the same happy memories when they are total opposites and grew up in totally different worlds? McGonagall and Umbridge also have the same patronus, and they most certainly don't have the same happy memories.
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thanks =)
twilighter4evr posted over a year ago
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true! good answer.
Harmony_234 posted over a year ago
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I don't have a dilema. I was just saying James and Harry are not total opposites ':)
delamico posted over a year ago
delamico said:
Harry tells everyone to think of their happiest memories to conjure a Patronus.

What shape their Patrunus takes has nothing to do with memories. It should depend on their personality and things that are important in their lives. Tonks' Patronus changed 당신 see. It wasn't always a werewolf. Falling in 사랑 with Lupin made it become one.

Anyway, I guess the shape of a Patronus Rowling gave a character is just another layer of expressing his/her personality and subconscious.
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BBGirlRobsten said:
Definitely not. It has nothing to do with having the same memories.
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jameswilson said:
Delamico is right, they have the same patronus because intense 사랑 can cause someone's patronus to change. Tonks' changed to match Lupin's and Snape's changed to match Lily's.

As for Harry, either the patronus can be inherited 또는 his 사랑 for his parents caused him to produce the same patronus as his father!
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