There are few students who left their mark on Hogwarts as well as the Marauders did. The group was comprised of Harry Potter's father James, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew. The four friends are known to fans of the movie series as the people who created the Marauder's Map, but there's a whole lot more information about them in the books. Significant details about their time together and aspects of each particular character greatly add to their characterizations.
Those who have only watched the Harry Potter films will be surprised to learn just how much they've missed out on regarding the Marauders, and it's worth finding out all about them.
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The Marauders Became Animagi To Support Lupin During His Werewolf Transformations
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The Whomping Willow Was Planted For Lupin To Have A Safe Place To Transform Into A Werewolf
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The Marauders Were Quickly Sorted Into Their Hogwarts Houses, Except PeterPhoto: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros. Pictures
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Remus Convinced Sirius And James To Befriend Peter
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Sirius And James Began Their Rivalry With Snape By Insulting Him In Their First MeetingPhoto: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 / Warner Bros. Pictures
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The Marauders Were Not Part Of The Slug ClubPhoto: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros. Pictures