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Though Voldemort utterly trusts and relies on her, he would likely sacrifice her, as he did Snape, if it served his evil purpose. Bellatrix has few personal relationships, though she appears. And Delphi (Lestrange) certainly believes herself to be the product of Bellatrix and Voldemort, having been told so by Rodolphus Lestrange. Lover is not a term I would use in a sentence/ question that includes Voldemort lol. Voldemort could not love at all so Bella was not his lover. However their.
Albus refused, but she threatened to kill Scorpius. Craig Bowker Jranother Hogwarts student, rushed up to say that the whole school was looking for them, but was killed by Delphi immediately, giving her a similar nature to those of her parents who didn't hesitate to kill.
Delphi took Albus and Scorpius back in time with her, but they refused to cooperate. As Delphi prepared to kill Scorpius, she was struck from behind by an unsuspecting Cedric Diggory, who thought the scene was simply a part of the Triwizard task. He freed the boys before returning to the challenge. Then Delphi staggered to her feet and picked up the Time-Turner, but Albus and Scorpius managed to grab the device.
They raced through time once again, but once they arrived, Delphi destroyed the Time-Turner and flew away. The boys realised that Delphi intended to stop Voldemort from trying to kill Harry, and thus triggering his own destruction when his Killing Curse rebounded on him due to Lily Potter 's loving sacrifice.
Meanwhile, the boys' parents were looking for them. Ron Weasley told Harry he had seen Albus with an older girl the night before. They went to see Amos, who told them that he never had a niece, which meant that the Confundus Charm Delphi had cast on him had waned. Confrontation "You can't remake your life. You'll always be an orphan.
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That never leaves you. They found Albus and Scorpius, and all of them hid in a church, from which they could look out for Delphi without being seen. Harry volunteered to transfigure himself into Voldemort and lead Delphi into a trap.
The others planned to wait in the church behind the large wooden doors until Harry was able to lure her inside. Delphi finally appeared and Harry disguised as Voldemort pretended not to know who she was. She explained that she was the child of Tom Riddle and Bellatrix Lestrange. He told her that together they could become an unstoppable force, but, by that time, the transfiguration had begun to fade.
She saw that she was actually speaking to Harry, claiming she had studied him and knew him better than her father did. She locked the doors to prevent the others jumping out to help. Without a wand, Harry was forced to hide beneath a church pew while she attacked him. When Delphi was about to kill him, Albus popped up through a hatch in the floor, throwing a wand to his father.The One Reason Grindelwald Was More Dangerous than Voldemort
Together, they were able to overpower Delphi. Delphi begged them to kill her or wipe her mind clean. She claimed that she had only wanted to meet her father and be with him. Albus wanted to kill her to avenge Craig, but Harry stopped him. It's a rare and difficult skill. Snape calls it "An obscure branch of magic, but a highly useful one" in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. She trains him in using non-verbal spells and the Unforgivable Curses as well.
She was a great teacher: Draco successfully prevents Snape from learning his thoughts. In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Snape teaches Harry Occlumency, and we learn that in consists of making your mind blank so as to hide all thoughts from an Legilimens. One can also suppress only some thoughts, leaving others so that the Legilimens doesn't suspect the use of Occlumency.
Harry shows it to Mr.
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Bellatrix used the wand to torture Alice and Frank Longbottom and kill Sirius. Bellatrix was then forced to get a second wand, which we don't know much about. Bellatrix and Voldemort have a secret illegitimate daughter together. That means Bellatrix cheated on her husband Rodolphus. Delphini also known as Delphi was conceived sometime after the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, but before Bellatrix and Voldemort's death at the Battle of Hogwarts.
Furious over losing his staunchest supporter, Voldemort attempts to fatally curse Molly in retaliation, but Harry's Shield charm blocks him. Strengths[ edit ] Bellatrix is incredibly powerful, and appears proficient in many magical branches, foremost the Dark Arts.
She never hesitates to use the Unforgivable Curses, seeing them as being the most powerful. Albus Dumbledore characterizes her as " She is so single-minded in her aims that she counts family, such as her cousin Sirius Black, her niece, Nymphadora Tonks, and even her sister, Andromeda, among her enemies, and attempts to kill Tonks and Sirius, succeeding in Sirius' case and possibly in Tonks' as well, the book does not say who was actually responsible for Tonks' death.
While even Voldemort decides against killing a Muggle boy as "unnecessary, quite unnecessary" when it is the occasion happens before the killing of the Potters and is reported in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallowswe see Bellatrix Lestrange throw the Killing Curse at a merely suspicious bush, without caring whether the noise comes from a fox as was actually the casea Muggle or wizard, or the Auror she might have suspected to be there in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
In many ways it is a fearsome strength, as she will do whatever is necessary to gain Voldemort's favour and help him conquer the Wizarding realm. Weaknesses[ edit ] She is obsessively devoted to and in love with Voldemort, putting him above anything else, including her family; this obsession consumes everything in her life. Bellatrix's evil nature borders on total insanity, causing her to act rashly and fervently.
In the Department of Mysteries, it is noted that the other Death Eaters present seem disturbed by Bellatrix' intensity, and, at one point, Lucius Malfoy must restrain her. It is unclear whether she is truly in love with him or merely besotted by his power, but regardless, her obsessive lust leads her to being among his most devoted and fanatical Death Eaters.
However, her feelings are hardly reciprocated, as Voldemort believes love is a weakness, nor is he even capable of experiencing that emotion.
Though Voldemort utterly trusts and relies on her, he would likely sacrifice her, as he did Snape, if it served his evil purpose. The three women's father is Cygnus Black, who is Sirius Black's uncle. The extensive inbreeding within the "pure-blood" wizard lines can be measured by examining the Black family treewhich shows that Bellatrix is related distantly to many major players in the story, including: Note that though related to the Tonks clan by Andromeda's marriage to Ted TonksBellatrix has disavowed the relationship and has expunged Andromeda from the family tree, and even physically attacked Andromeda's daughter, her own niece, Nymphadora Tonks.
Bellatrix has few personal relationships, though she appears to be close to her other sister, Narcissa Malfoy, and dotes on her only nephew, Draco, Narcissa's son, though she and her brother-in-law, Lucius Malfoy, also a Death Eater, seem barely cordial with one another. It is unknown what Bellatrix's and her husband's marriage is like, as they are rarely seen interacting with one another, nor does she mention him.
Their union is childless. Bellatrix strongly distrusts Severus Snape. Given that she is sufficiently skilled as an Occlumens to be teaching the technique to Draco, we can imagine that this suspicion is partially due to Snape's own ability in that field.
Bellatrix no doubt has attempted to use Legilimency on Snape and had been blocked, though she may have been unaware.
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Her ongoing distrust regarding Snape may largely be due to her inability to read his motives, along with the fact that Snape seems to have replaced Bellatrix in Voldemort's councils. It is possible that the two got along at least slightly better when they were younger, and that the distrust stems from relatively recent events.
We note that Sirius mentions they were friends or at least acquaintances during their Hogwarts years. As much as Bellatrix loves Lord Voldemort, she equally hates Harry Potter, considering him the greatest threat to Voldemort and his plans. She will do anything to assist the Dark Lord's desire to defeat Harry.
Analysis[ edit ] Even by most Wizarding world standards, Bellatrix is considered more than slightly insane. In Dumbledore's Pensieve, we see her screaming defiance at the Wizengamot. After finding her portrait that Kreacher had hidden away at Grimmauld PlaceHarry remarks on her insane appearance.
Of all the Death Eaters in the battle in the Ministry of Magicshe alone is restrained from attacking Harry before he has relinquished the Prophecy.
She also wants to torture Nevillejust as she did to his parents many years before, to force Harry into yielding the Prophecy. Interestingly, while at Snape's home in Spinner's End, she is the voice of moderation, urging Narcissa to avoid getting into trouble by seeking Snape's help against Voldemort's wishes.