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For questions about the fictional characters, "Death Eaters", in the Harry Potter Franchise. Antagonists. Minions in the service of Voldemort. Always use in conjunction with the [harry-potter] tag and any relevant tags.Use with [voldemort] when asking about him and the group specifically.

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In the image below, the Death Eaters are flying and leaving a black, wavy trail of smoke behind them as they go. Honestly, though, I'm not sure what you're asking. If the black smoke trails are what y …
answered Nov 11 '12 by Slytherincess
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I don't assume there was only one dark wizard in Gryffindor — statistically, that makes no sense. According to J.K. Rowling and Pottermore, yes, Gryffindor has produced dark wizards. All the houses ha …
answered Oct 11 '14 by Slytherincess
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According to J.K. Rowling, the Death Eaters rose out of a group known as the Knights of Walpurgis, and she shared this in an interview with the BBC: "'...in here is the history of the Death Eaters …
answered Feb 11 '13 by Slytherincess
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I definitely think the Death Eaters pre-planned the Muggle attacks -- as you mention, they had disguises with them. Canon doesn't address this issue specifically, so this is just my interpretation of …
answered Feb 15 '15 by Slytherincess
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I think these two passages best address your question: ‘As [Tom Riddle] moved up the school, he gathered about him a group of dedicated friends; I call them that, for want of a better term, althou …
answered Jul 10 '13 by Slytherincess
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You'll note that Bellatrix hexes Harry in front of Hagrid's hut and Snape stops her: "No! He belongs to the Dark Lord!" Voldemort had an established history of ordering his underlings not to interfere …
answered Jan 29 '15 by Slytherincess