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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Werewolf Sirius?
In the Prisoner of Azkaban, after all of the events in the Shrieking Shack have taken place and when Lupin is turning into a werewolf back at Hogwarts, Sirius transforms and goes to fight him off and protect Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Shortly after, Harry finds Sirius covered in wounds. The only thing is... if Lupin gave him those wounds, wouldn't that make Sirius a werewolf too? Hard to believe that after all that fighting, Lupin wouldn't have gotten one good bite in. Interesting idea...
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IceHot667 writes:
I've come up with two possible explanations. 1) Sirius managed to avoid being bitten. Not very likely, but it could happen. 2) Animals are immune to werewolf bites, in that they don't become them. That's why James and his friends were safe with Lupin in their animal forms.
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princess_mj writes:
I would think that Sirius avoided being bitten. Since the Marauders went to the Shrieking Shack for two (longer?) years when they were in school. He might've just been scratched.
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