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103 death-eaters questions.

Why is Harry's & Voldemort's prophecy not repaired with something like the "Reparo" spell? Why is it lost for good (and Voldemort angry at Malfoy for that)?

It seems that by the time of the Deathly Hallows, there is clear evidence that at least some order members and order allies using lethal force: "I shall expect you and the Slytherins in the Great ...

In the Goblet of Fire movie, the Death Eaters appear within seconds after being summoned by a newly resurrected Voldemort. The first words out of his mouth are to berate his followers for their lack ...

In the HP universe, Gryffindor house is somewhat a metaphor of righteousness and morality. On the other hand, Slytherin house represents the dark side. However, there are a few exceptions on the ...

As mentioned in the answer to this question, there were only two known female Death Eaters who were described in the books. In the movies, there are at least four different women with the Death Eaters ...

In seeing these two questions and some their answers it prompted me think of the question I am asking... Why would Voldemort spare Lily? Why didn't James' love and sacrifice for Lily protect ...

In Half Blood Prince, once Dumbledore has determined that no one had been harmed or killed and has found Horace Slughorn transfigured into an armchair, Dumbledore mentions that the Death Eaters would ...

In Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince book, when Draco discovered a secret way into Hogwarts, several Death Eaters agreed to join him on the quest to kill Dumbledore. Was a way into Hogwarts ...

Bellatrix Lestrange was arrested for torturing Frank and Alice Longbottom after Voldemort fell. But it seems surprising for such a Death Eater not to have killed wizards at that point; it would be ...

In Philosopher's Stone, Hagrid explains to Harry: All wizards who turned evil have been in Slytherin. Later we learn that he was wrong, as Peter Pettigrew was in Gryffindor and has been a Death ...

I know they feel a burn from their Dark Mark when summoned by Lord Voldemort, but is it just a fleeting pain?

After the events of Chamber of Secrets, it was clear to Dumbledore that Lucius Malfoy was behind opening the Chamber of Secrets (Dumbledore believed Harry & it seemed all the time that he kept an ...

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, chapter 30, Amycus Carrow says ‘We can push it off on the kids,’ said Amycus, his pig-like face suddenly crafty. ‘Yeah, that's what we'll do. We'll say ...

I've had a long drawn out debate with someone and we can't agree when Wormtail switches sides. The wiki says: After graduating from Hogwarts, Pettigrew and his friends joined the Order of the ...

In Order of the Phoenix, Dumbledore explains to Harry the protection that the Dursleys' home provides: While you can still call home the place where your mother's blood dwells, there you cannot be ...

From what I see, practicing Dark Arts is not really a crime except for the Unforgivable Curses. Although many members of the wizarding world appear to frown upon the Dark Arts, they are not ...

Wormtail had the Dark Mark and everything, which means he was in Voldemort's inner circle. This itself is strange already, as we see in Goblet that Voldemort is very condescending towards Wormtail ...

The issue never seems to be directly addressed in the books, but in tGoF Voldemort mentions one of his motivations for a public duel with Harry being an intent to show that the "Boy who Lived" was ...

Yesterday I watched Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, and I was wondering how exactly the Death Eaters took the Ministry? In the movies we never saw that. Later I checked on Wikipedia's ...

I can see two immediate things that might have happened: As soon as he found out what happened he went to claim his 'innocence.' I don't know how one would go about this, a letter maybe. Or just ...

(some mild spoilers ahead) In the books the Order of the Phoenix seems to be always on the losing side when fighting Death Eaters. Some battles that are more or less lost: The battle in the ...

My thesis is that Peter Pettigrew chose the Death Eaters since it was safer - specifically, you had a lot more chances of not getting killed compared to staying on James Potter's side. Based on canon,...

We know that Dolores Umbridge was not associated with Death Eaters before Voldemort’s return. We also know that Umbridge collaborated with Voldemort and Death Eaters after the death of Rufus ...

I was reading The Deathly Hallows (again) recently and a question popped up in my mind: did Dolores Umbridge, who worked as the head of the Muggleborn Registration Commission, know that the Ministry ...

Draco Malfoy manages to bring Death Eaters into Hogwarts during his sixth year partly by using Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder from Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes: "Anyway," Ginny went on, "he must have ...

Suppose you find out that an employee of the Ministry is acting under the Imperius Curse from a Death Eater. Suppose that they aren't strong of will, so they can't fight the curse on their own (like ...

Lucius Malfoy was a well known Death Eater and eventually Draco Malfoy became one as well. But what about Narcissa Malfoy, Lucius' wife and Draco's mother? She certainly spent a great deal of time ...

When the Death Eaters attacked Hogwarts, why did the Death Eaters not just use Avada Kedavra and kill everyone?

This question looks at the trail they leave behind, but what are they actually doing? Are they flying like Voldemort does in book/movie 7? Are they Apparating with fancy movie effects? If so, how ...

In the fourth movie of Harry Potter, when the Death Eaters were at the Quidditch World Cup, why did they have torches? I don't get why they had torches if they had wands that could do the same thing.

JK Rowling says the following about Peter Pettigrew: He's weak, fundamentally weak. Pettigrew is a very weak character. He's not someone I like at all. He's a weak person and he likes to gravitate to ...

In Harry Potter, what are those black wavy things the Death Eaters turn into called? I have read the books, but it was long ago. I had just came across a clip today and came to my senses that I had ...

I know that in court he vehemently denies it, but is after all still found guilty and in succession sent to Azkaban. I can't remember any definitive proof though, so is there any canon information ...

It's quite popularly stated that Snape was the only Death Eater capable of creating a Patronus (due to his love for Lily). Also, a Patronus is the only weapon against Dementors. How do Death Eaters (...

I'm wondering if Crabbe and Goyle were teenage Death Eaters, like Draco Malfoy was. It's not explicitly confirmed in canon if they were or not, but two canon passages in particular, from Goblet of ...

When the Death Eaters were managing the Ministry and rounding up Muggle-borns, were they also implementing their ideas of making the Muggles their slaves? And if yes, doesn't that mean that the ...

In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry falls into the Pensieve in Dumbledore's office and experiences Dumbledore's memory of Karkaroff's confessions. During this memory, Karkaroff mentions ...

I don't remember how it was called in English, I guess it was like "Unbreakable Vow" or whatever, that charm that forced you to do something or die. Well then, why didn't Voldemort use it with his ...

Did Draco Malfoy have the Dark Mark? Considering Voldemort intended Draco to die in Draco's attempt to kill Dumbledore, would Draco really be considered part of the inner circle, the inner circle that ...

The Lestranges and Barty Crouch Junior tracked down Frank Longbottom in the belief that he knew the "present whereabouts" of Voldemort. "We have heard the evidence against you. The four of you ...

JK Rowling once mentioned in a Harry Potter special edition of Newsnight that the Death Eaters were originally called the Knights of Walpurgis. Jeremy Paxman: And these scraps of paper which you've ...

Obviously, women can become Death Eaters. Bellatrix was the Dark Lord's most loyal Death Eater, and she was a woman. Although she had a much lesser role and importance, Alecto Carrow was another ...

How did Barty Crouch Jr. and the other Death Eaters not get caught by the Ministry, when they have tattoos on their arms of the Dark Mark? Is the use of a cloak alone enough, no raids on their body ...

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Bellatrix was relieved of her wand by Dobby at Malfoy Manor. The wand was in Hermione's possession when Harry and Co. infiltrated Gringotts. Later, Bellatrix ...

There was clearly a lot of damage done by the Death Eaters, and potential bodily harm to Muggles, but was anyone killed? The extent of wreckage in both the books and the movie appears extensive, so it ...

I know that in order to successfully cast AK, you need to mean it and have a powerful mindset at that moment. However during DH, in the RoR Crabbe is using it twice in a really short period toward ...

In a 2007 interview JK Rowling once said: Also, James and Lily turned him down, that was established in Philosopher's Stone. He wanted them, and they wouldn't come over, so that's one strike ...

During the Ministry fight in Order of the Phoenix there's an attempt by the kids to lock themselves in. Sorry about the long passage but it's necessary for context. He heaved Ron towards a door; ...

Considering events happening in the first book, can Quirrell be considered a Death Eater?

Is there any information on when V's generation Slytherins began their activities as Death Eaters and when Riddle started to be feared as Voldemort to the point where even pronouncing his name was ...

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