Por que as pessoas achavam que os Marotos eram brincalhões?

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Eu queria saber se havia alguma prova de que os Marauders eram, na verdade, brincalhões ou é apenas a cabeça imaginada pelos fãs.

Sabemos que eles intimidaram algumas crianças, mas não me lembro de ver ou ler os Marotos arrumando brincadeiras 'engraçadas' sobre os alunos.

    
por Daisy 30.08.2018 / 19:30
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Provavelmente tem muito a ver com o fato de que os gêmeos Weasley, conhecidos como quebradores de regras e brincalhões, olham para os Marotos alegando que eles "devem muito a eles", particularmente por causa do Mapa do Maroto. A conclusão a que podemos então chegar é que os gêmeos Weasley são os sucessores espirituais dos Marotos e, como tal, os Marotos eram brincalhões.

Além disso, o título mais longo do Mapa do Maroto especifica:

Messrs Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs Purveyors of Aids to Magical Mischief-Makers are proud to present THE MARAUDER’S MAP.

Obviamente, para serem criadores de itens mágicos indutores de travessuras, eles podem ser presumidos como criadores de travessuras.

Fonte: Pottermore (Fred e George dão a Harry o Marauder Mapa)

Além disso, sabemos que pelo menos James e Sirius se envolveram em provocações e intimidações de Severus Snape:

Snape’s wand flew twelve feet into the air and fell with a little thud in the grass behind him. Sirius let out a bark of laughter.

'Impedimenta!' he said, pointing his wand at Snape, who was knocked off his feet halfway through a dive towards his own fallen wand.

Students all around had turned to watch. Some of them had got to their feet and were edging nearer. Some looked apprehensive, others entertained.

[...]

‘How’d the exam go, Snivelly?’ said James.

‘I was watching him, his nose was touching the parchment,’ said Sirius viciously. ‘There’ll be great grease marks all over it, they won’t be able to read a word.’

Several people watching laughed; Snape was clearly unpopular. Wormtail sniggered shrilly. Snape was trying to get up, but the jinx was still operating on him; he was struggling, as though bound by invisible ropes.

Muitas vezes, uma brincadeira é apenas bullying para o prazer de si ou dos outros, o que é claramente mostrado na cena acima.

Fonte: Pottermore (Veja quem é)

    
por 30.08.2018 / 20:19
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Nós sabemos de uma piada / brincadeira que os Marotos jogaram. Como Snape diz a Harry em Prisioneiro de Azkaban (minha ênfase):

“I would hate for you to run away with a false idea of your father, Potter,” he said, a terrible grin twisting his face. “Have you been imagining some act of glorious heroism? Then let me correct you — your saintly father and his friends played a highly amusing joke on me that would have resulted in my death if your father hadn’t got cold feet at the last moment. There was nothing brave about what he did. He was saving his own skin as much as mine. Had their joke succeeded, he would have been expelled from Hogwarts.”

Mais tarde, no livro, é descrito como "divertido" por Lupin e uma "piada" por Harry (minha ênfase):

Sirius thought it would be — er — amusing, to tell Snape all he had to do was prod the knot on the tree trunk with a long stick, and he’d be able to get in after me. Well, of course, Snape tried it — if he’d got as far as this house, he’d have met a fully grown werewolf — but your father, who’d heard what Sirius had done, went after Snape and pulled him back, at great risk to his life . . . Snape glimpsed me, though, at the end of the tunnel. He was forbidden by Dumbledore to tell anybody, but from that time on he knew what I was. ...”

“So that’s why Snape doesn’t like you,” said Harry slowly, “because he thought you were in on the joke?”

Além disso, eles são referidos como os maiores "encrenqueiros" pela Professora McGonagall em Prisioneiro de Azkaban :

“Precisely,” said Professor McGonagall. “Black and Potter. Ringleaders of their little gang. Both very bright, of course — exceptionally bright, in fact — but I don’t think we’ve ever had such a pair of troublemakers — ”

"Troublemakers" parece conotar um pouco de quebra de regras mais divertida, que pode estar se referindo a várias brincadeiras / piadas. De fato, nessa mesma conversa, Hagrid os compara a Fred e George Weasley, que certamente eram brincalhões / brincalhões:

“I dunno,” chuckled Hagrid. “Fred and George Weasley could give ’em a run fer their money.”

Mais importante, quando Harry relembra sobre ouvir essa conversa dois anos depois em Ordem da Fênix , ele explicitamente atribui a McGonagall o sentimento de que James e Sirius foram os precursores dos gêmeos Weasley:

Yes, he had once overheard Professor McGonagall saying that his father and Sirius had been troublemakers at school, but she had described them as forerunners of the Weasley twins, and Harry could not imagine Fred and George dangling someone upside down for the fun of it ... not unless they really loathed them . . . Perhaps Malfoy, or somebody who really deserved it . . .

    
por 30.08.2018 / 20:08
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Não é tanto que eles eram brincalhões como disjuntores inveterados. Para ativar o mapa dos saqueadores, é preciso dizer: "Juro solenemente que não estou fazendo nada de bom". Isso não significa literalmente; os Marotos não estavam envolvidos em atividades malignas ou em magia negra, mas iriam violar as regras da escola. Dado seu senso de humor óbvio (do encantamento exigido sobre o mapa) e sua falta de respeito pelas regulamentações, não é irracional supor que eles possam ter jogado algumas brincadeiras, entre outras formas de fazer travessuras.

    
por 30.08.2018 / 19:34
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