History Characters / HarryPotterDeathEaters

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** This is arguably one of his biggest character flaws, among others. Some of his biggest failures in the series can be chalked up to him needlessly overcomplicating things in an effort to make himself appear as amazing, and as evil as possible. Had Voldemort just made an ordinary rock into a horcrux and tossed it into a random lake it would have been completely hidden, instead he chooses famous objects, like Slytherin's Locket or Ravenclaw's Diadem, purely to fuel his own narcissism. He constantly tries to kill Harry himself, even though any other Death Eater could do the job without worrying about their wand backfiring on them, and is constantly thwarted by his own inability to understand magic that isn't used for personal gain or hurting others. Even his plan to restore his physical body, which was a success by the way, was so ''ludicrously'' complicated that he actually admits that he could have completed this plan ''months'' ago, but he wanted Harry's blood simply because he believed it would get him past a spell that prevented him from harming Harry, and to fuel his own ego.

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** This is arguably one of his biggest character flaws, among others. Some of his biggest failures in the series can be chalked up to him needlessly overcomplicating things in an effort to make himself appear as amazing, and as evil as possible. Had Voldemort just made an ordinary rock into a horcrux and tossed it into a random lake it would have been completely hidden, instead instead, he chooses famous objects, objects there are either very famous, like Slytherin's Locket or Ravenclaw's Diadem, or has great sentimental value to him, like his dairy and his mother's ring, purely to fuel his own narcissism. He constantly tries to kill Harry himself, even though any other Death Eater could do the job without worrying about their wand backfiring on them, and is constantly thwarted by his own inability to understand magic that isn't used for personal gain or hurting others. Even his plan to restore his physical body, which was a success by the way, was so ''ludicrously'' complicated that he actually admits that he could have completed this plan ''months'' ago, but he wanted Harry's blood simply because he believed it would get him past a spell that prevented him from harming Harry, and to fuel his own ego.
13th Jun '17 11:04:53 PM SoapheadChurch
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%%* AntiVillain

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%%* AntiVillain* AntiVillain: A Type II on the Sliding Scale. Barty never showed any particular inclination to blood purity or the Dark Arts as a child; he merely joined the Death Eaters because he need a place to belong. There are several hints that his stay in Azkaban drove him ''way'' off the deep end, making him far more evil than before his arrest.



* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Visits this upon Draco while disguised as Moody. Six words: "Draco Malfoy, the Amazing Bouncing Ferret." What was Draco doing? Attempting to hex Harry when his back was turned. Though, it could be just because he's a Malfoy.
** [[FridgeBrilliance Or maybe he was enraged that someone was going to hurt Harry before he could get him to Voldemort]]

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Visits this upon Draco while disguised as Moody. Six words: "Draco Malfoy, the Amazing Bouncing Ferret." What was Draco doing? Attempting to hex Harry when his back was turned. Though, it could be just because he's a Malfoy.
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Malfoy. Or maybe he was enraged that someone was going to hurt Harry before he could get him to Voldemort]]Voldemort.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: No doubt due to his own visit to Azkaban, the subsequent Hell under his father's Imperius Curse, and why he was there in the first place (torturing the Longbottoms for information that could revive his NotQuiteDead master), Barty has an intense loathing for Death Eaters who escaped Azkaban and didn't bother to look for or revive Voldemort, thereby betraying their Lord.
** This loathing of the Death Eaters who escaped Azkaban is almost [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocritical]] -- we see at the trial that while his fellow Death Eaters are accepting their sentences, fully expecting Voldemort to break them out of there, he was sobbing and insisting that he was innocent and that they'd gotten the wrong person. Of course, it's always possible that he would have gone back to looking for Voldemort if they had set him free, since that's what his father had to physically and magically restrain him from doing.
** He also hates when people attack someone when their back is turned, turning Malfoy into a ferret when he tries to do it to Harry. Whether this was a ploy to get to Harry or genuine is debatable but the potential of ruining his guise indicates that it was real.
*** On the other hand, he ''was'' [[spoiler:disguised as Mad-Eye Moody at the time and was reportedly damn-near perfect at impersonating him. It could be an affect of Moody's just as well, given his ProperlyParanoid outlook.]]

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: No doubt due to his own visit to Azkaban, the subsequent Hell under his father's Imperius Curse, and why he was there in the first place (torturing the Longbottoms for information that could revive his NotQuiteDead master), Barty has an intense loathing for Death Eaters who escaped Azkaban and didn't bother to look for or revive Voldemort, thereby betraying their Lord.
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Lord. This loathing of the Death Eaters who escaped Azkaban is almost [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocritical]] -- we see at the trial that while his fellow Death Eaters are accepting their sentences, fully expecting Voldemort to break them out of there, he was sobbing and insisting that he was innocent and that they'd gotten the wrong person. Of course, it's always possible that he would have gone back to looking for Voldemort if they had set him free, since that's what his father had to physically and magically restrain him from doing.
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doing. He also hates when people attack someone when their back is turned, turning Malfoy into a ferret when he tries to do it to Harry. Whether this was a ploy to get to Harry or genuine is debatable but the potential of ruining his guise indicates that it was real.
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real. On the other hand, he ''was'' [[spoiler:disguised as Mad-Eye Moody at the time and was reportedly damn-near perfect at impersonating him. It could be an affect of Moody's just as well, given his ProperlyParanoid outlook.]]



* EvilGenius: He is very intelligent, and it is he who played a major part in Voldemort's return. For context: if there's any truth to his father's ramblings, Barty Jr. earned twelve Outstanding [=OWLs=]; Hermione, the gold standard for intelligence and "brightest witch of her age," earned ten. (In a case of WritersCannotDoMath, JK Rowling originally wrote Hermione as receiving eleven, later editions corrected this to ten.)
** Arguably the horrifying result of what can be accomplished by a ''competent'' Death Eater. Voldemort indeed admires Barty's loyalty and smarts and prizes him above all his Death Eaters. [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance when you realize that he had to get AFateWorseThanDeath because the later books would have been harder for the heroes had he remained functional.]]

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* EvilGenius: He is very intelligent, and it is he who played a major part in Voldemort's return. For context: if there's any truth to his father's ramblings, Barty Jr. earned twelve Outstanding [=OWLs=]; Hermione, the gold standard for intelligence and "brightest witch of her age," earned ten. (In a case of WritersCannotDoMath, JK Rowling originally wrote Hermione as receiving eleven, later editions corrected this to ten.)
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) Arguably the horrifying result of what can be accomplished by a ''competent'' Death Eater. Voldemort indeed admires Barty's loyalty and smarts and prizes him above all his Death Eaters. [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance when you realize that he had to get AFateWorseThanDeath because the later books would have been harder for the heroes had he remained functional.]]



** Most likely the latter; no matter how good Harry and his friends were at magic, Voldemort was going to kill them anyway. The fact that Harry managed to survive was due more to a SpannerInTheWorks than his own magical strength. And Dumbledore might have seen through the disguise if Crouch Jr. had done anything suspect (i.e. not teach Harry as much defense against curses as Moody would have) before Voldemort's resurrection; better for the plan to Go Horribly Right and make Harry stronger than to let the plan fall apart completely.



* FreudianExcuse

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* FreudianExcuseFreudianExcuse: Parental neglect caused him to grow up without a proper understanding of love or friendship. His isolation and distance from his father made him cling to Voldemort as a replacement father figure due to their similar backgrounds. A combination of his stay in Azkaban and his subsequent house arrest by his father caused his sanity to deteriorate, and turned his affection for Voldemort into a fanatical devotion.
* FriendlessBackground: Never outright stated, but it is strongly implied that he never had any real friends until joining the Death Eaters in his late teens. Even then, calling them "friends" is a bit of a stretch.
* GambitSpeedChess: Harry derails Barty's plans to get him to win the Triwizard Cup several times due to his bullheadedness and refusal to ask for the help of others. Barty improvises every time that this happens. He does it so effectively that the plan goes off without a single hitch regardless. [[EvilGloating He naturally takes the opportunity to tell Harry this when he's found out.]]



* HypercompetentSidekick: Seriously, this man was more efficient than all the other Death Eaters put together. Not only did he manage to impersonate Mad-Eye Moody perfectly, but even managed to fool ''Dumbledore'' who was his oldest friend, for over a year!
** In fact, if we look at at his evil plan then everything he was personally responsible went off without a hitch! The only reason it ultimately failed was because ''[[BondVillainStupidity Voldemort]]'' demanded that he be the one [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou to kill Harry personally]] and ''didn't'' kill him [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim straight away]] like Barty had assumed!

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* HypercompetentSidekick: Seriously, this man was more efficient than all the other Death Eaters put together. Not only did he manage to impersonate Mad-Eye Moody perfectly, but even managed to fool ''Dumbledore'' who was his oldest friend, for over a year!
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year! In fact, if we look at at his evil plan then everything he was personally responsible went off without a hitch! The only reason it ultimately failed was because ''[[BondVillainStupidity Voldemort]]'' demanded that he be the one [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou to kill Harry personally]] and ''didn't'' kill him [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim straight away]] like Barty had assumed!



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%%* INeedYouStronger* INeedYouStronger: Part of the reason he teaches Harry so effectively in his Defense Against the Dark Arts class is that he needs him to be capable enough to win the Triwizard Tournament and not be killed in the process.



* PetTheDog: Gets a moment with Neville. After shaking him to his core by demonstrating the Cruciatus Curse -- the one used to drive the Longbottoms insane -- in class, he calls Neville up to his office and gives him a book on herbology (Neville's favorite subject and only strong suit). In fairness, part of this ties into Barty's EvilPlan: the book he gives Neville contains information which would have served Harry well in the Second Task, which Barty planted to make sure Harry stayed alive until Voldemort needed him.
** It's also possible that he still had shades of humanity in him, and [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation may have actually regretted his actions towards Neville's parents]].
** That or it was something Moody would have done since he would have known about Neville's parents. It's left up to the reader to decide.

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* PetTheDog: Gets a moment with Neville. After shaking him to his core by demonstrating the Cruciatus Curse -- the one used to drive the Longbottoms insane -- in class, he calls Neville up to his office and gives him a book on herbology (Neville's favorite subject and only strong suit). In fairness, part of this ties into Barty's EvilPlan: the book he gives Neville contains information which would have served Harry well in the Second Task, which Barty planted to make sure Harry stayed alive until Voldemort needed him.
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him. It's also possible that he still had shades of humanity in him, and [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation may have actually regretted his actions towards Neville's parents]].
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parents]]. That or it was something Moody would have done since he would have known about Neville's parents. It's left up to the reader to decide.



* SanitySlippage: In the film, when he starts to lose his cool (and when the Polyjuice potion starts to wear off), he gets an ominous twitch and his tongue-flicking habit returns. In one scene, this starts to happen in the presence of his father, [[FridgeBrilliance who is noticeably alarmed at recognising the mannerism]] [[spoiler:on a Hogwarts teacher]].
** More so in the novel, as the dementors and the Imperius curse pretty much destroyed his mind and drove him to insanity.

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* SanitySlippage: In the film, when he starts to lose his cool (and when the Polyjuice potion starts to wear off), he gets an ominous twitch and his tongue-flicking habit returns. In one scene, this starts to happen in the presence of his father, [[FridgeBrilliance who is noticeably alarmed at recognising the mannerism]] [[spoiler:on a Hogwarts teacher]].
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teacher]]. More so in the novel, as the dementors and the Imperius curse pretty much destroyed his mind and drove him to insanity.



* TragicVillain: So ''very'', ''very'' tragic. He was neglected throughout his childhood and has tried to please his father throughout his life. His father never showed any concern or love towards him and that's what eventually led him towards insanity and joining Voldemort. All he ever wanted was to find a father that he could find love from.
** Completely averted in the film. See AdaptationalVillainy.

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* TragicVillain: So ''very'', ''very'' tragic. He was neglected throughout his childhood and has tried to please his father throughout his life. His father never showed any concern or love towards him and that's what eventually led him towards insanity and joining Voldemort. All he ever wanted was to find a father that he could find love from.
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from. Completely averted in the film. See AdaptationalVillainy.



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%%* WhenYouComingHomeDad* WhenYouComingHomeDad: Crouch Sr. was so obsessed with his work of hunting down dark wizards that Jr. barely saw him.
11th Jun '17 5:58:00 PM creader
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6th Jun '17 6:39:35 AM MaulMachine
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* {{Satanic Archetype}}: Snakes are [[SnakesAreSinister considered vile and evil]] in nearly all religions and snake-like Voldermort being descended from [[BoomerangBigot Salazar Slytherin]] bloodline, Voldermort wasn't likely to turn out decent. Though Tom Riddle was adored by those around him when he was young, Riddle scorned normality and desired power and greatness so [[EvilMakesYouUgly made himself a abomination]] as a twisted way of escapism and fell into darkness as result. Voldermort most demonic trait is his lust for [[ImmortalityImmorality immortality]] which [[EvilCannotComprehendGood blinds]] him to all the other pleasures in life.
** JK states the reason why Voldermort cannot feel love is because he was conceived via [[LovePotion Love Potion]] which is of course not true love, only a parody of it, tying into themes of Satan only understanding lust. Voldermort being the devil figure is part of a trifecta, with Dumbledore playing the God-like figure while Harry plays [[MessianicArchetype Jesus]] ([[BackfromTheDead literally]] at times).

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* {{Satanic Archetype}}: Snakes are [[SnakesAreSinister considered vile and evil]] in nearly all religions and snake-like Voldermort Voldemort being descended from [[BoomerangBigot Salazar Slytherin]] bloodline, Voldermort Voldemort wasn't likely to turn out decent. Though Tom Riddle was adored by those around him when he was young, Riddle scorned normality and desired power and greatness so [[EvilMakesYouUgly made himself a abomination]] as a twisted way of escapism and fell into darkness as result. Voldermort Voldemort most demonic trait is his lust for [[ImmortalityImmorality immortality]] which [[EvilCannotComprehendGood blinds]] him to all the other pleasures in life.
** JK states the reason why Voldermort Voldemort cannot feel love is because he was conceived via [[LovePotion Love Potion]] which is of course not true love, only a parody of it, tying into themes of Satan only understanding lust. Voldermort Voldemort being the devil figure is part of a trifecta, with Dumbledore playing the God-like figure while Harry plays [[MessianicArchetype Jesus]] ([[BackfromTheDead literally]] at times).



* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Generally gets this attitude due to [[spoiler: his betrayal of the Potters.]] Even VOLDERMORT HIMSELF shows traces of contempt for Peter for it.

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Generally gets this attitude due to [[spoiler: his betrayal of the Potters.]] Even VOLDERMORT VOLDEMORT HIMSELF shows traces of contempt for Peter for it.



** In fact, if we look at at his evil plan then everything he was personally responsible went off without a hitch! The only reason it ultimately failed was because ''[[BondVillainStupidity Voldermort]]'' demanded that he be the one [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou to kill Harry personally]] and ''didn't'' kill him [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim straight away]] like Barty had assumed!

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** In fact, if we look at at his evil plan then everything he was personally responsible went off without a hitch! The only reason it ultimately failed was because ''[[BondVillainStupidity Voldermort]]'' Voldemort]]'' demanded that he be the one [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou to kill Harry personally]] and ''didn't'' kill him [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim straight away]] like Barty had assumed!
4th Jun '17 10:32:28 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* AwakeningTheSleepingGiant: For the first three books, Voldemort is a DarkLordOnLifeSupport and by his own admission in Goblet of Fire, had [[DespairEventHorizon pretty much given up hope]] of his followers finding him. After Peter's BrokenMasquerade, he willingly goes to find Voldemort with the express intention of returning him to power.
13th May '17 5:12:53 AM DarkPhoenix94
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Here come the villains! Listed below are [[BigBad Voldemort]] and his followers, the enemies of Harry and his friends. The name of the group comes from their belief that they can "conquer death." Mortal enemies to the Order of the Phoenix, the Death Eaters' goal is to exterminate all "impure" wizards, create a new world order in the wizarding society, and (eventually) achieve {{immortality}}. During both the First and Second Wizarding Wars, they are Voldemort's inner circle and act as the elite force in his [[ArmiesAreEvil army]].

Death Eaters are recognizable by the Dark Mark, a magical sign branded into their forearms by Voldemort that burns whenever he summons them to him. The Dark Mark also serves as a CallingCard, which Death Eaters cast into the sky over the scene of a murder.

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Here come the villains! Listed below are [[BigBad Voldemort]] and his followers, the enemies of Harry and his friends. The name of the group comes from their belief that they can "conquer death." Mortal enemies to of the Order of the Phoenix, the Death Eaters' goal is to exterminate all "impure" wizards, create a new world order in the wizarding society, and (eventually) achieve {{immortality}}. During both the First and Second Wizarding Wars, they are Voldemort's inner circle and act as the elite force in his [[ArmiesAreEvil army]].

Death Eaters are recognizable recognisable by the Dark Mark, a magical sign branded into their forearms by Voldemort that burns whenever he summons them to him. The Dark Mark also serves as a CallingCard, which Death Eaters cast into the sky over the scene of a murder.
12th May '17 2:09:51 PM GrammarNavi
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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: A mild example. Though neither Amycus nor Alecto could be considered intelligent, both seem to be highly skilled in the Dark Arts and fairly skilled duellists (though not enough to fight someone with McGonagall's caliber).

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: A mild example. Though neither Amycus nor Alecto could be considered intelligent, both seem to be highly skilled in the Dark Arts and fairly skilled duellists (though not enough to fight someone with McGonagall's [=McGonagall's=] caliber).
5th May '17 7:51:11 PM creader
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4th May '17 3:15:16 PM Hvedekorn
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* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Twice.]]

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* %%* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Twice.]]



* KickTheDog: Repeatedly.

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* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: So very much.

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* %%* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: So very much.



** GeniusDitz: He's able to fool wizards like Dumbledore and Alastor Moody for over a year and is able to perform highly advanced magic and be a key part of extremely complex plans.



* GeniusDitz: He's able to fool wizards like Dumbledore and Alastor Moody for over a year and is able to perform highly advanced magic and be a key part of extremely complex plans.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: See KarmicDeath, below.

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* YouDirtyRat

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** DragonInChief: For most of the book, Voldemort is in a weakened state, and if Barty didn't help Harry, the plan would have backfired.

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** * DragonInChief: For most of the book, ''Goblet of Fire'', Voldemort is in a weakened state, and if Barty didn't help Harry, the plan would have backfired.



* INeedYouStronger

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* WhenYouComingHomeDad

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* WhatAnIdiot: Alecto stops to gloat at Harry before summoning Voldemort. Now why didn't she just stun Harry, and then summon Voldemort?
** Amycus soon afterwards plans to tell Voldemort that Alecto was attacked by a few students who then forced her to touch her Dark Mark and summon him. Keep in mind that Voldemort is a skilled legilimens and could easily see through the lie (which isn't very believable in the first place).



* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent

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* {{Werewolf}}

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