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Tg11

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Post July 16th, 2017, 11:07 pm

Death Eaters

As far as being one of Voldemort's many followers as far as being a Death Eater is it a requirement to be pure-blood? Or let's say if you were half-blood for example would you be considered a member if say you had one wizarding parent either your mother or father was pure-blood and your mother or father was Muggle-born for example would that exclude you as a member?

But then again Voldemort was kind of a hypocrite himself because he was half-blood himself Muggle father pure-blood mother and none of his followers knew it...I mean kind of hypocritical

Then there is Severus Snape he was half-blood too his father was Muggle-born and his mother Eileen Prince was pure-blood but yet he was considered a Death Eater
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MarsUltor

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Post July 17th, 2017, 9:28 am

Re: Death Eaters

Hypocrisy of the Dark Lord is argued in another topic of yours. So for the sake of simplicity, I'll ignore that part and focus on only death eaters.

1) We know Snape is a Death Eater and a respected one of them. Probably second in command after Bellatrix Lestrange even. He is a Half-Blood.

2) When Voldemort overthrew Ministry of Magic, he started to apply his laws on Wizarding World of Great Britain. He judged all Muggle-borns but not Half-Bloods. If you could prove you are a Half-Blood, you could even attend to Hogwarts.

Results; 1) Dark Lord's organization accepts Half-Bloods in society although Pure-Bloods are accepted as more important

2) If you deny and hate your Muggle part, you are free to join Death Eaters. (Tom Riddle Sr. and Tobias Snape examples)

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