History Characters / HarryPotterDeathEaters

28th Mar '17 2:40:46 AM PrincessTyrone
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* VillainousIncest: In the ''Half-Blood Prince'' film, she gives Draco a not-at-all-aunt-like kiss on the neck while encouraging him to kill Dumbledore. He seems disturbed by this.

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* VillainousIncest: In the ''Half-Blood Prince'' film, she gives Draco a not-at-all-aunt-like kiss on the neck while encouraging him to kill Dumbledore. He seems disturbed by this. In the same movie, she gets ''very'' much into her sister Narcissa's personal space while performing the Unbreakable Vow. Unlike her son, however, Narcissa doesn't seem to mind.
23rd Mar '17 5:22:02 AM Kurtis
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* FountainOfYouth: A bizarre example; during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in the book, Rabastan gets his head stuck in the bell jar and his head turns into a baby's head.


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* FountainOfYouth: A bizarre example; during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in the book, Crabbe gets his head stuck in the bell jar and his head turns into a baby's head.
23rd Mar '17 5:00:43 AM Kurtis
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* FountainOfYouth: A bizarre example; during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in the book, Rabastan gets his head stuck in the bell jar and his head turns into a baby's head.



* FountainOfYouth: A bizarre example; during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in the book, Crabbe gets his head stuck in the bell jar and his head turns into a baby's head.
20th Mar '17 9:32:32 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* EvilSoundsDeep: inverted; his voice is notable for how high it is, with Ralph Fiennes speaking in surprisingly light and airy tones for such a despicable villain.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: inverted; Inverted; his voice is notable for how high it is, with Ralph Fiennes speaking in surprisingly light and airy tones for such a despicable villain.villain. The books even outright describes Voldemort's voice as remarkably high-pitched.
15th Mar '17 11:47:32 AM JulianLapostat
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* AllForNothing: His sacrifice more or less. It ended up delaying the FetchQuest for the heroes, his taunt to Voldemort was never even received or acknowledged by him, and ultimately no one in his own family ever learned what he did.



* TheAtoner: [[spoiler:He joined the Death Eaters but realized how evil they truly were and so decided to stay and find some way of taking them or the Dark Lord down. His actions, which led to his death, led to the removal of one of the Horcruxes.]]

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* TheAtoner: [[spoiler:He joined the Death Eaters but realized how evil they truly were and so decided to stay and find some way of taking them or the Dark Lord down. His actions, which actions led to his death, led to the removal of one of the Horcruxes.death.]]


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* ForWantOfANail: Suppose Regulus had come with the information about the Horcruxes to Dumbledore and the Order. Since this was before Voldemort's first downfall, it's likely that Voldemort's return could have been delayed or averted entirely, and many people would have lived.


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* IgnoredEnemy: His dying letter has him sound like he's Voldemort's ArchEnemy or an UnknownRival. Voldemort has in all likelihood completely forgotten about him, and while [[spoiler:Voldemort does find out that his Horcrux is missing in the cave, he doesn't discover Regulus' letter]] and assumes, not unreasonably, that Dumbledore and Harry marched into the cave, stole it and destroyed it.
14th Mar '17 5:00:23 PM gjjones
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!Death Eaters

[[folder:General Death Eater Tropes]]
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!Death Eaters

[[folder:General
[[header:The Death Eater Tropes]]
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Eaters]]


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[[folder:In General]]
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13th Mar '17 12:34:55 PM TimeLordVictorious
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** With [[Characters/StarWarsEmperorPalpatine Darth Sidious]] - He starts out as a handsome and charming man, but EvilMakesYouUgly comes into effect when he's older. He practices some form of dark arts, became the leader of the government, and was ultimately defeated because one of his servants betrayed him in order to protect the son of the woman he loved.

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** With [[Characters/StarWarsEmperorPalpatine Darth Sidious]] - He starts out as a handsome and charming man, but EvilMakesYouUgly comes into effect when he's older. He practices some form of dark arts, became the leader of the government, often DrunkOnTheDarkSide, and was ultimately defeated because one of his servants betrayed him in order to protect the son of the woman he loved.
12th Mar '17 1:18:05 AM TimeLordVictorious
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* {{Expy}}: Has shades of Adolf Hitler and [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Sidious]].

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* {{Expy}}: Has shades of Adolf Hitler and [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Sidious]].Hitler, [[ANaziByAnyOtherName naturally]].


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** With [[Characters/StarWarsEmperorPalpatine Darth Sidious]] - He starts out as a handsome and charming man, but EvilMakesYouUgly comes into effect when he's older. He practices some form of dark arts, became the leader of the government, and was ultimately defeated because one of his servants betrayed him in order to protect the son of the woman he loved.
11th Mar '17 9:44:27 PM dmeagher13
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* WolfMan: There's concept art of his wolf form of Pottermore that's very humanoid, even more so than what Lupin looks like in the film of ''PrisonerOfAzkaban'', despite the books (and the Pottermore article on werewolves) insisting that werewolves don't look that much different than normal wolves. This is possibly because of his savage nature and personality even when untransformed; in other words, there's little difference between his human and animal forms anymore that his physical appearance reflects it.
10th Mar '17 4:46:34 PM AquaMusic
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* EvilOldFolks: He's in his seventies at the time of the end of the series, and one of, if not the most despicably evil wizards to ever live.

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* EvilOldFolks: He's If the years he was disembodied count as living, he's in his seventies at the time of the end of the series, and one of, if not the most despicably evil wizards to ever live.



-->'''Appears in:''' ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire Goblet of Fire]]'' | ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Order of the Phoenix]]''

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-->'''Appears in:''' ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire Goblet of Fire]]'' | ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Order of the Phoenix]]''
Phoenix]]'' (Crabbe only)



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Goyle disappears after ''Goblet of Fire'' and Crabbe disappears after ''Order of the Phoenix''. Although it's possible they were present during the battle and simply not directly mentioned.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Goyle disappears after ''Goblet of Fire'' and Crabbe disappears after ''Order of the Phoenix''. Although it's possible they were present during Phoenix'' (he is imprisoned in Azkaban at the battle and simply end). They don't even appear in the battle, or are at least not directly mentioned.mentioned. What's interesting is their sons both appear.
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