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Bellatrix, the Death Eater responsible for torturing Neville's parents, appears in person. She outright critiques Harry's grief-driven attempt at Cruciatus, noting that righteous anger isn't enough to make it work.
The films have her skipping around gleefully after killing Sirius. She wishes she was this to Voldemort, but he doesn't care for such things.
Did Not Think This Through: Instead of pretending to be brainwashed like most of the other Death Eaters, she admitted she was loyal to Voldemort and proudly went to Azkaban while boasting of her Undying Loyalty. However, as Snape points outs in Half Blood Prince, once Voldemort had returned, all Bellatrix had to offer him was tales of her experience in Azkaban.
The ones who lied and walked free were able to offer Voldemort things that had tangible use for his plans to takeover the Ministry, such as Lucius Malfoy's influence with Fudge or Snape's 13 years worth of information on Dumbledore.
To Voldemort after Lucius's fall from grace in Order of the Phoenix. Played with in an interesting way; Snape most definitely fit this trope after his mercy killing of Dumbledore, but given his status as a double agent Bellatrix fits this role as far as hierarchy of actual villains goes.
Not to the extent of her boss but she's still considered one of the most dangerous Dark Wizards alive for damn good reason. Most of the Death Eaters including several of her own relatives are afraid of her.
Even Narcissa, who she seems close with, immediately backs down when Bellatrix grows dangerously erratic - even for her - in Malfoy Manor.
Beyond her deranged and psychotic behavior this reputation was earned by torturing Frank and Alice Longbottom into insanity, something that horrified the entire wizarding world and demonstrated just what Bellatrix is capable of.
Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Bellatrix seems to have a close relationship with her sister, Narcissa; they call each other Cissy and Bella, and Bellatrix is confident that Narcissa wouldn't hurt her, because they're siblings.
On the other hand, she doesn't seem to care about her husband and is unsympathetic to Narcissa's fears for Draco's life, stating that if she had children, she'd be happy to "give them up to the service of the Dark Lord". Especially in the movies, where there are more physical similarities between Emma Watson and Helena Bonham-Carter than the book versions.
And to Sirius Black, as well. She's the psychotic, muggle-hating counterpart to Sirius Black, a good man and White Sheep who was falsely accused of betraying the Potters.
In addition to this both are equally talented, equally devoted to their cause and equally intense. They were both strong, attractive, important people in their respective causes who went to prison and came out the other end scarred and a bit loopy.
This makes her even more terrifying. Just listen to her in the movies, especially during the battle between her and Molly. Explaining Your Power to the Enemy: She mentions to Harry that the Cruciatus Curse needs a genuine desire to cause pain and suffering to work, not just righteous anger.
She's one of the truest believers in Voldemort's pure-blood ideology and hates Muggle born wizards, actively seeking to kill any of her family members connected with Muggle-borns like Ted Tonks. She also seems to despise magical creatures; she's enraged when Dobby - a house-elf - attacks her and is disgusted at werewolf Fenrir Greyback's presence, going out of her way to force him to his knees before her in Malfoy Manor when he slights her.
To Molly Weasley, according to Rowling. Their battle in Deathly Hallows was supposed to illustrate the differences between the two women: Bellatrix puts her ideas before the people in her life, whereas caring for and loving others is what is most important to Molly — and what drives her to kill Bellatrix.
Narcissa could also be seen as her foil; they share the same cause, but Narcissa's devotion to her husband and son and desire to protect them above all else are what keep her from going as far as her sister does.
It's even lampshaded in some scenes where Narcissa is reluctant to let Draco take on certain tasks and Bellatrix can't understand why.Macbeth, set primarily in Scotland, mixes witchcraft, prophecy, and initiativeblog.com “Weïrd Sisters” appear to Macbeth and his comrade Banquo after a battle and prophesy that Macbeth will be king and that the descendants of Banquo will also reign.
The Downfall of Macbeth; Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is the tragic tale of Macbeth, a virtuous man, corrupted by power and greed. Macbeth simply succumbs to natural urges and his own ambitions which lead him to a fate of his own making. The provocations of Lady Macbeth, the witches, his ambition and his reluctance to listen to.
Cameroon Hooker, a sociopath, kidnapped Colleen Stan, a 20 years old girl, and kept her in a coffin-like box under his bed for seven years.
After she managed to . Macbeth is a tragic hero because he started the play as a good man, but the manipulations of the Weird Sisters and his wife brought out his baser qualities. EUREKA EKA Lucky follows the spiritual journey of a year-old atheist and the quirky characters that inhabit his off the map desert town.
Fate or Free Will - The first script play that we’ve discussed is Oedipus Rex. Each classmates expressed their opinion about one of the three characters, Oedipus, Jocasta, and Creon, and how their action are either fated and free will.