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Merope Gaunt

Merope Gaunt (geb. ca. , gest. am Dezember ) ist die Mutter von Tom Vorlost Riddle (später: Lord Voldemort) und entstammt einer der ältesten. Read #90 Merope Gaunt und Tom Riddle sr. ♣️ from the story Harry Potter Funny Bilder by Mini-Luna (Luna Bella) with reads. funny, pics, lustig. In Half-Blood Prince, in Kapitel 10, The House of Gaunt, teilt Dumbledore eine Erinnerung mit Harry im Denkarium, in der Merope Gaunt, Voldemorts Mutter.

Merope Gaunt

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Merope Gaunt

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Marvolo became furious with Merope's infatuation with a Muggle leading to the involvement of authorities and a stint in prison.

Morfin made fun of Merope's romantic feelings for Tom Riddle , and laughed while watching Marvolo abuse her.

She was physically and emotionally abused by her family, and as a result was timid and miserable for most of her life, traumatised to the point of being unable to perform magic.

Upon discovering that Merope was a blood traitor , Marvolo went as far as to attempt to murder her in front of a Ministry official.

She grew bolder and happier once Marvolo and Morfin were sent to Azkaban , and displayed enough cunning and magical skill to brew a Love Potion.

However, Marvolo was shocked when he learned that Merope had left the house, despite never loving her to begin with, and never mentioned her name or existence ever again, and this was probably a shock that led to his death or possibly due to Merope no longer feeding him, as he never learned to feed himself.

Morfin then felt that Merope had betrayed him and Marvolo, for marrying that "filthy Muggle". Despite a lifetime of abuse at the hands of her father, Merope did give her son her father's name as a middle name, showing she might have had lingering affections for her father, sentiments that were not reciprocated.

An alternative explanation could be that Merope chose to name her son "Tom Marvolo Riddle" because she was likely reflecting on her life in her dying moments, and "Tom" and "Marvolo" were among the few male names that came to mind.

This could be due to her Gaunt upbringing leaving her with very few men in her life to truly interact with aside from Marvolo and Morfin before her marriage.

Tom Riddle was a handsome and wealthy Muggle, who lived near Merope's house. Like many people in Little Hangleton, Tom looked on with disdain on her father and brother , because of their poverty, their strange shabby appearances, and antisocial tendencies to those around them.

Tom's only mention of Merope, was briefly mentioning to his Darling Cecilia that Marvolo had two kids. Though Tom didn't seem to give Merope any thoughts, positive or negative, it was known that Merope was deeply enamoured by Riddle, and spied on him as he often rode by their house.

Merope then used a Love Potion on Tom, and the two eloped, she eventually became pregnant with Tom's child. Dumbledore had theorised that Merope, who was deeply, truly in love with her husband , could not bear to continue enslaving him by magical means, and made the choice to stop giving him the potion, convincing herself that he might have truly fallen in love with her of his own accord, or even if he had not, he would stay with her for their child's sake.

This turned out to be a fatal mistake; Tom, feeling as if he'd woken up from a nightmare, immediately escaped Merope to never return, claiming he had been "hoodwinked" and "taken in".

It was speculated among his neighbours that he had been tricked into thinking he was the father of her unborn child.

Merope was heartbroken and devastated by this, to the point of losing the will to live, and later died shortly after giving birth to his son. Merope's son, Tom Riddle , was raised in an orphanage.

After her husband left her, finally being freed from the influence of the Love Potion , Merope became depressed, and when her child was born, she died soon afterwards, not wishing to live anymore, and not wanting to use magic to save her life.

She told Mrs Cole that she wanted her son to be called Tom, after his father, Marvolo, after Merope's father and that the child's last name was to be Riddle.

Merope also hoped that her son looked like his father. Merope got her wish; Tom Marvolo Riddle was described as looking very like his father, who was very good looking.

Tom Riddle grew up at Wool's Orphanage , not knowing about his family members. When Albus Dumbledore visited Tom, and told him that he was a wizard , Tom hoped that it came from his father, but was disappointed to find that he got it from the maternal side of his family, when after considerable research of the school registry he could not find Tom Riddle Senior as a Hogwarts alumnus.

After getting an incomplete story of his parents from his uncle Morfin Gaunt, Riddle flew in a rage. He stole his uncle's wand, then killed his father, grandmother and grandfather, returned Morfin's wand, then stole the Gaunt family heirloom ring , framing Morfin for the crime.

It was due to Merope's choice of losing her will to live that she never had a chance to give Tom the love and care he desperately required, leading him to grow up to become a being completely unable to understand the concept of love, thus leading him to repeatedly tear apart his soul , and eventually his death lead him to an eternally crippled state in limbo.

This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Her eyes, like her brother 's, stared in opposite directions.

She looked a little cleaner than the two men, but Harry thought he had never seen a more defeated-looking person. That's it, grub on the floor like some filthy Muggle , what's your wand for, you useless sack of muck?

You can imagine the gossip it caused when the squire 's son ran off with the tramp 's daughter, Merope. Nasty night. And this girl, not much older than I was myself at the time, came staggering up the front steps.

Well, she wasn't the first. We took her in, and she had the baby within the hour. And she was dead in another hour.

She was greatly weakened by long suffering and she never had your mother's courage. Of course, it is also possible that her unrequited love and the attendant despair sapped her of her powers; that can happen.

In any case Merope refused to raise her wand even to save her own life. Harry Potter : " The Imperius Curse?

Or a love potion? Personally, I am inclined to think that she used a love potion. Morfin Gaunt : " She likes looking at that Muggle.

Always in the garden when he passes, peering through the hedge at him, isn't she? And last night — Hanging out of the window waiting for him to ride home, wasn't she?

My daughter — pure-blooded descendant of Salazar Slytherin — hankering after a filthy , dirt-veined Muggle? I believe that she made the choice to stop giving him the potion.

Perhaps, besotted as she was, she had convinced herself that he would by now have fallen in love with her in return. Perhaps she thought he would stay for the baby's sake.

If so, she was wrong on both counts. He left her, never saw her again, and never troubled to discover what became of his son.

We wondered whether she came from a circus — and she said the boy's surname was to be Riddle. And she died soon after that without another word.

As we know Riddle was born in , this would place the marriage in In the same chapter, we learn that the incident with Bob Ogden took place in the summer of and the imprisonment of Marvolo and Morfin was "a few months" before the marriage.

As Albus Dumbledore stated she was eighteen years old at the time of Marvolo and Morfin's imprisonment, she was born around Her face, Harry saw, was starkly white.

Merope was so white Harry felt sure she was going to faint. Categories :. She said: "Voldemort's fear is death, ignominious death. I mean, he regards death itself as ignominious.

He thinks that it's a shameful human weakness, as you know. His worst fear is death. Throughout the series, Rowling establishes that Voldemort is so feared in the wizarding world that it is considered dangerous even to speak his name.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , a "taboo" spell is placed upon the name, such that Voldemort or his followers may trace anyone who utters it.

By this means, his followers eventually find and capture Harry and his friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. According to the author, Voldemort's name is an invented word.

Voldemort makes his debut in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. In this story, Rowling introduces him as the Dark Lord who tried to kill Harry Potter because the boy was prophesied to destroy him.

Voldemort murdered Harry's parents, James and Lily , but as a result of his mother's love and willingness to sacrifice herself for him, baby Harry survived when Voldemort tried to murder him with a Killing Curse.

Voldemort was disembodied, and Harry was left with a mysterious, lightning bolt-shaped scar on his forehead as a result.

In the book, Voldemort unsuccessfully tries to regain his dissolved body by stealing the titular Philosopher's Stone. To achieve his objective, Voldemort uses Professor Quirrell's aid by latching onto the back of the latter's head.

However, at the climax of the book, Harry manages to prevent Voldemort from stealing the stone. In the second instalment, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets , Rowling introduces Tom Marvolo Riddle, a manifestation of a teenage Voldemort that resides inside a magical diary found by Ginny Weasley.

In this book, Ginny is written as a shy girl with a crush on Harry. Feeling anxious and lonely, she begins to write into the diary and shares her deepest fears with the sympathetic Tom.

However, at the climax of the story, when Riddle rearranges the letters in his name to write "I am Lord Voldemort", Riddle is revealed as a magical manifestation of the boy who would later grow up to become the Dark Lord.

Riddle states he has grown strong on Ginny's fears and eventually possesses her, using her as a pawn to unlock the Chamber of Secrets , whence a basilisk is set free and petrifies several Hogwarts students.

Harry defeats the manifestation of Riddle from the diary and the basilisk. Voldemort does not appear in the third book, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban , either in person or as a magical manifestation.

He is, however, heard when Harry passes out from the harsh effects of a Dementor. Towards the end of the story Sybill Trelawney , the Divination professor, makes a rare genuine prophecy: "The Dark Lord lies alone and friendless, abandoned by his followers.

His servant has been chained these twelve years. Tonight, before midnight, the servant will break free and set out to rejoin his master. The Dark Lord will rise again with his servant's aid, greater and more terrible than ever before.

In the fourth instalment of the series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Voldemort reappears at the start and the climax of the book.

Rowling lets many seemingly unrelated plot elements fall into order. Voldemort's goal is to teleport Harry under Dumbledore's watch as a reluctant participant to the Little Hangleton graveyard, where the Riddle family is buried.

With Pettigrew's help, Voldemort creates a small, rudimentary body, corporeal enough to travel and perform magic, and formulated a plan to restore his own body by capturing Harry.

A portion of the plan had been overheard by Frank Bryce , a gardener, whom Voldemort then killed. He then summons his Death Eaters to the graveyard to witness the death of Harry as he challenges Harry to a duel.

However, when Voldemort duels Harry, their wands become magically locked together due to the twin Phoenix feather cores of the wands. Because of a phenomenon later revealed as Priori Incantatem , ghost-like manifestations of Voldemort's most recent victims including Harry's parents then appear and distract Voldemort, allowing Harry just enough time to escape via Portkey with the body of fellow-student, Cedric Diggory , who was murdered by Pettigrew on Voldemort's orders.

Voldemort appears at the climax of the fifth book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , having again plotted against Harry.

He sends a group of Death Eaters to retrieve the prophecy, where the Order of the Phoenix meets them. All but Bellatrix are captured, and Voldemort engages in a ferocious duel with Dumbledore.

When Dumbledore gets the upper hand, Voldemort attempts to possess Harry but finds that he cannot; Harry is too full of that which Voldemort finds incomprehensible, and which he detests as weakness: love.

Sensing that Dumbledore could win, Voldemort disapparates, but not before the Minister for Magic sees him in person, making his return to life public knowledge in the next book.

Voldemort does not appear in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince , although his presence and actions are felt: he once again declares war, and begins to rise to power once more.

Rowling uses several chapters as exposition to establish Voldemort's backstory. In a series of flashbacks, using the pensieve as a plot device, she reveals that Voldemort was the son of the witch Merope Gaunt and a Muggle called Tom Riddle.

Riddle abandoned Merope before their child's birth, soon after which Merope died. He eventually murdered his father and grandparents as revenge for abandoning him.

In the main plot of the book, Voldemort's next step is to engineer an assault on Hogwarts, and to kill Dumbledore.

This is accomplished by Draco Malfoy , who arranges transportation of Death Eaters into Hogwarts by a pair of Vanishing Cabinets, which bypass the extensive protective enchantments placed around the school.

Hogwarts professor and re-doubled agent Severus Snape uses the Killing Curse against Dumbledore when Draco could not force himself to do so.

He goes on a quest that takes him out of the country to Gregorovitch 's wand shop, where he kills the old wandmaker.

He finally locates the Elder Wand and steals it from Dumbledore's tomb. Later, Voldemort finds out that Harry and his friends are hunting and destroying his Horcruxes when informed of their heist on the Lestranges' vault at Gringotts in search for Hufflepuff's Cup.

Instead, Voldemort destroys the part of his own soul that resides in Harry's body. Voldemort forces Rubeus Hagrid to carry Harry's apparently lifeless body back to the castle as a trophy, sparking another battle during which Nagini, his last Horcrux, is destroyed by Neville Longbottom.

Harry then reveals himself and explains to Voldemort that Draco became the true master of the Elder Wand when he disarmed Dumbledore; Harry, in turn, won the wand's allegiance when he took Draco's wand.

Refusing to believe this, Voldemort casts the Killing Curse with the Elder Wand while Harry uses a Disarming Charm with Draco's, but the Elder Wand refuses to kill its master and the spell rebounds on Voldemort who, with all of his Horcruxes destroyed, finally dies.

His body is laid in a different chamber from all the others who died battling him. Rowling stated that after his death, Voldemort is forced to exist in the stunted infant-like form that Harry sees in the King's Cross -like Limbo after his confrontation with Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest.

Rowling also mentioned that, despite his extreme fear of death, he cannot become a ghost. Twenty-two years later, Delphi poses as Cedric's cousin and manipulates Harry and Ginny's second son Albus Severus Potter and his friend, Draco and Astoria Greengrass 's son Scorpius Malfoy , into stealing a prototype Time Turner with which she hopes to resurrect her father.

Using the Time Turner, Scorpius accidentally creates an alternative timeline where Voldemort killed Harry at the battle and now rules the wizarding world.

In an attempt to achieve this future, Delphi travels to Godric's Hollow on the night Voldemort killed Harry's parents, hoping to avert the prophecy that led to her father's downfall.

After receiving a message from his son, Harry, together with Ron, Hermione and Draco who by now has become friends with Harry after they join forces to save their respective sons transfigures himself into Voldemort so that he can distract Delphi, allowing them to overpower her.

The real Voldemort kills Harry's parents as prophesied, and Delphi is sent to Azkaban. Several actors have portrayed him in his varying incarnations and ages.

In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone , Voldemort's manifestation is as a face on the back of Quirrell's head, an effect achieved by computer generated imagery.

Ian Hart , the actor who played Quirrell in the same film, provided the voice and the facial source for this character.

Voldemort also appears in a scene in the Forbidden Forest where he is seen drinking the blood of a unicorn. As Voldemort's face was altered enough by CG work, and Hart's voice was affected enough, there was no confusion by Hart's playing of the two roles.

In that film, he was also shown in a flashback sequence when he arrived at the home of James and Lily Potter to kill them.

In this scene Voldemort is played by Richard Bremmer , [38] though his face is never seen. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Voldemort is initially only heard, possessing the scratchy, weak voice heard in the first film.

By the film's climax, however, he appears in his physical form for the first time, played by Ralph Fiennes. As in the book, Voldemort is shown clad in dark black robes, being tall and emaciated, with no hair and yellowish teeth; his wand has a white tone and the handle appears to be made of bone; his finger nails are long and pale blue while his toe nails appear to be infected.

Unlike in the book, his pupils are not cat-like and his eyes are blue, because producer David Heyman felt that his evil would not be able to be seen and would not fill the audience with fear his eyes do briefly take on a snake-like appearance when he opens them after turning human, but quickly turn normal.

As in the book, the film version of Voldemort has snake-like slit nostrils with the flesh of his nose significantly pressed back.

Ralph Fiennes' nose was not covered in makeup on the set, but was digitally removed in post-production. In this first appearance, Voldemort also has a forked tongue, but this element was removed for the subsequent films.

Fiennes stated that he had two weeks to shoot the climactic showdown scene where he is gloating over a terrified Harry, played by Daniel Radcliffe.

Fiennes said with a chuckle: "I have no doubt children will be afraid of me now if they weren't before. By the time filming arrived Christian Coulson was 29, and not considered suitable to return as the adolescent Riddle.

Thomas James Longley was originally scheduled to take over the role, but last minute renegotiations saw Frank Dillane cast instead.

After he regains his body in the fourth book, Rowling describes Voldemort as having pale skin, a chalk-white, skull-like face, snake-like slits for nostrils, red eyes and cat-like slits for pupils, a skeletally thin body and long, thin hands with unnaturally long fingers.

Earlier in life, as seen through flashbacks contained in the second and sixth books, Tom Marvolo Riddle was handsome [24] and tall with pale skin, jet black hair, and dark brown eyes.

He could charm many people with his looks. The transformation into his monstrous state is believed to have been the result of creating his Horcruxes and becoming less human as he continued to divide his soul.

Rowling described Voldemort as "the most evil wizard for hundreds and hundreds of years". He is also a sadist who hurts and murders people—especially Muggles—for his own amusement.

He has no conscience, feels no remorse or empathy, and does not recognise the worth and humanity of anybody except himself.

He believes he is superior to everyone around him, to the point that he frequently refers to himself in the third person as "Lord Voldemort".

Racist , really", [45] and that if Voldemort were to look into the Mirror of Erised , in which one sees one's greatest desire, he would see "Himself, all-powerful and eternal.

That's what he wants. Rowling also stated that Voldemort's conception by influence of Amortentia—a love potion administered by his mother, a witch named Merope Gaunt , to the Muggle Tom Riddle—is related to his inability to understand love; it is "a symbolic way of showing that he came from a loveless union—but of course, everything would have changed if Merope had survived and raised him herself and loved him.

The enchantment under which Tom Riddle fathered Voldemort is important because it shows coercion, and there can't be many more prejudicial ways to enter the world than as the result of such a union".

Like most archetypical villains, Voldemort's arrogance leads to his downfall. He also suffers from a pathological fear of death , which he regards as a shameful and ignominious human weakness.

According to Rowling, his Boggart would be his own corpse. Rowling establishes Voldemort throughout the series as an extremely powerful, intelligent, and ruthless dark wizard, described as the greatest [48] and most powerful Dark Wizard of all time.

Besides Dumbledore, he is also the only wizard ever known to be able to apparate silently. In the final book, Voldemort flies unsupported, something that amazes those who see it.

This skill was inherited from his ancestor, Salazar Slytherin. The Gaunt family speak Parseltongue among themselves. This highly unusual trait may be preserved through inbreeding, a practice employed by the Gaunt Family to maintain their blood's purity.

When Voldemort attempts to kill Harry his ability to speak Parseltongue is passed to Harry through the small bit of the former's soul. After that bit of soul is destroyed, Harry loses this ability.

Dumbledore also said that Voldemort was probably the most brilliant student Hogwarts has ever seen. This inability to love and trust others proves to be Voldemort's greatest weakness in the series.

Voldemort initially voices scepticism that his own magic might not be the most powerful, [7] but upon returning to power, he admits to his Death Eaters that he had overlooked the ancient and powerful magic which Lily Potter invoked and that would protect Harry from harm.

On her website, Rowling wrote that Voldemort's wand is made of yew, whose sap is poisonous and which symbolises death.

It forms a deliberate contrast to Harry's wand, which is made of holly , which she chose because holly is alleged to repel evil.

Rowling establishes in the books that Voldemort is magically connected to Harry via Harry's forehead scar. He disembodies himself when his Killing Curse targeting Harry rebounds on him, leaving the scar on Harry's forehead.

In the books, and to a lesser extent in the films, Harry's scar serves as an indicator of Voldemort's presence: it burns when the Dark Lord is near or when Voldemort is feeling murderous or exultant.

According to Rowling, by attacking Harry when he was a baby Voldemort gave him "tools [that] no other wizard possessed—the scar and the ability it conferred, a magical window into Voldemort's mind".

Notes: The names 'Thomas' and 'Mary' Riddle are taken from the films. The Potter Family is not shown.

They owned over half of the valley that the town of Little Hangleton lay in, and Thomas was the most prominent inhabitant of that town.

They lived in a large house with fine gardens, but were unpopular amongst the local residents due to their snobbish attitudes. Tom, the only child of Thomas and Mary, was known as a playboy, his main interests being womanizing and horse-riding.

Rowling revealed in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince that young Merope Gaunt fell in love with Riddle, peering at him through the windows and bushes at every opportunity.

Merope's brother Morfin disapproved of his sister's affection for Tom and hexed him as he rode by, covering him in hives.

This breach of wizarding law, and the ensuing violent struggle with Ministry of Magic officials, led to Marvolo and Morfin being imprisoned in Azkaban.

As surmised by Dumbledore, once Merope was alone and no longer dominated by her father, she could make her move for Tom.

She offered him a drink laced with a love potion, and he became infatuated with her; they soon eloped and, within three months of the marriage, Merope became pregnant.

Merope decided to stop giving Tom the love potion, having come to the belief such enchantment of a man was tantamount to slavery. She also revealed her witch status to Tom, believing either that he had fallen in love with her on his own or he would at least stay for their unborn child.

She was wrong, and Tom quickly left his pregnant wife and went home to his parents, claiming to have been "hoodwinked" and tricked into marrying Merope.

In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , it is revealed that Voldemort murdered his father and grandparents, leaving himself the only surviving member of the Riddle family.

The Gaunts were once a powerful and influential family, and are the last known descendants of Salazar Slytherin. However, a vein of mental instability and violence within the family, reinforced through cousin marriages intended to preserve the pureblood line, had reduced them to poverty and squalor, as shown in the Pensieve's "memory" that Harry and Dumbledore witnessed.

Like Salazar Slytherin, the Gaunts spoke Parseltongue. At the time of the story, the Gaunts' only material asset is a ramshackle shanty in Little Hangleton, that stood in a thicket in a valley opposite the Riddle House.

Like the Riddles, the Gaunts were also unpopular with the local residents, with a reputation for being vulgar and intimidating.

Marvolo Gaunt was the last Gaunt family patriarch. He was sentenced to a short term in Azkaban for his and his son's assault upon a Ministry of Magic official; this affected his health and he died soon after returning home.

His signet ring passed to his son, Morfin Gaunt, who was convicted of assaulting a Muggle, and later died in Azkaban , convicted this time as a party to the murder of Tom Riddle Jr.

Dumbledore discovers the real culprit while visiting Morfin in Azkaban to gather information about Voldemort. After Dumbledore successfully extracts Morfin's memory of his encounter with his nephew, he tries to use the evidence to have Morfin released, but Morfin dies before the decision can be made.

The House of Gaunt ended with Morfin's death. Harry's first impression of her was that she looked "like the most defeated person he had ever seen".

She married Tom Riddle Jr and became pregnant within three months of the wedding. It is implied that Merope had grown tired of living the lie and thought that her husband might have grown to love her, or that he might have stayed for the sake of their unborn child; however, he left her.

Desperate, Merope wandered through the streets of London. The only thing she had left was the heavy gold locket that had once belonged to Salazar Slytherin, one of her family's most treasured items, which she sold for a small amount.

When she was due to give birth, she stumbled into a Muggle orphanage, where she gave birth to her only son, Tom Marvolo Riddle.

She died within the next hour.

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This caused her to be unable to perform magic well, which caused them to abuse her further and believe her to be a Squib the name given to the non-magical offspring of wizards and witches.

Merope was staring at Tom Riddle Sr. In response, Morfin used a curse on him, which caused him to erupt in painful hives. While he was there, Odgen witnessed Marvolo physically and emotionally abuse Merope.

When Marvolo found out that Merope was infatuated with a muggle, he tried to kill her. Odgen attacked Marvolo to defend her, causing Marovlo and Morfin to both attack Odgen.

Ministry officials arrived and arrested Marvolo and Morfin. Once her father and brother left, Merope was able to use her magic more easily.

She tricked Riddle into drinking a love potion, causing him to fall in love with her. Riddle left his fiancee, Cecilia, and married Merope.

Merope and Riddle were married for about a year, and she kept him under the influence of the potion for the whole time. She became pregnant with his child.

Eventually, she couldn't bare to keep controlling him and stopped giving him the potion. She hoped he would still lover her and stay, but he left once he got control over himself and returned to his parents.

Merope was destitute and unable to take care of herself. She was either unable or unwilling to use magic to save her own life.

On 31 December , right before she gave birth, Merope staggered onto the steps of Wool's orphanage. She told Mrs Cole , a woman who worked in the orphanage, to name him Tom for his father, Marvolo for her father, and Riddle to be his surname.

Mrs Cole believed Marvolo was a "funny name", and wondered whether Merope had come from a circus.

Merope died without warning, within an hour, and her last words were a final wish that her son would turn out to look like his father, which Mrs Cole said that she was right to hope it since Merope was no beauty.

Years later, her own son would find it difficult to believe that she could ever have been a witch, as she succumbed to something as mortal as death; he was, however, forced to accept that she was indeed a witch once finding nothing of "Tom Riddle" in the history of Hogwarts.

It seems she was too depressed to use magic after Riddle left her when the effects of her magic wore off on him. Her son would grow up believing his father married Merope of his own free will, only leaving her after discovering she was a witch.

Although Merope had a choice, she chose death in spite of a son that needed her due to the utterly miserable existence to which she had been condemned.

These circumstances caused even Harry Potter to feel a twinge of reluctant sympathy for Riddle. Merope's son would ultimately grow up to become the most dangerous Dark wizard of all time, Lord Voldemort.

Nevertheless, Dumbledore and Harry did not resent her, as they understood that given her suffering and lack of inner strength, she could not in good conscience be blamed for her son's corruption.

Her son, while contemptuous for her mortal weakness, did avenge her death by killing the elder Tom Riddle for abandoning both mother and son.

Despite her son's inability to feel love, he did sire a daughter, Delphini , with his most loyal servant, Bellatrix Lestrange. This made Merope, posthumously, a grandmother.

Merope possessed lank and dull hair. Her hair framed a plain, pale, and heavy face. Her eyes like her brother's stared in opposite directions.

She seemed to keep herself cleaner than her father and brother, but when Harry first saw her in a memory, he still thought of her as the most defeated-looking person he had ever seen.

When she lived in the Gaunt household, she wore a ragged grey dress that blended in with the stone walls of the house, and her only adornment was Salazar Slytherin's Locket , which hung from a gold chain around her neck.

Merope was physically and emotionally abused by her family, and as a result was timid and miserable for most of her life, traumatised to the point of being unable to perform magic well.

She could perform magic, but having been terrified of her father and brother, lacked confidence; thus, her magic was haphazard at best. However, she grew bolder and happier once Marvolo and Morfin were sent to Azkaban and displayed enough cunning and magical skill to manipulate the man she was in love with into marrying her.

By extension, she seems to have also been able to effectively manipulate her husband when he was under her control as to prevent him from becoming suspicious about the truth of their marriage and resisting her.

She loved Tom Riddle Snr obsessively, given the lengths to which she went to obtain his affection and her morbid depression after he left.

Even the responsibility of having a baby to look after was not enough to give Merope the will to live. Her obsession seemed to have grew into a desire for a genuine affectionate relationship as opposed to living a lie any further; she ceased her enslavement of Tom in hopes that he would have truly fallen in love with her, or at least remain for their unborn child.

Her naivety proved to be her undoing, as Tom felt nothing for his captor, and fled to never return. Having lived a life where she had always been miserable, Merope had no hope left and could not find the courage to make her want to keep trying, even for the sake of her newborn son.

This decision had a dramatically negative impact on her son's psyche. Despite this making Merope responsible for the creation of the most dangerous dark wizard of all time, both Albus Dumbledore and even if reluctantly, Harry Potter sympathised with her upbringing and did not bore her a grudge for it, with Dumbledore stating one should not judge her too harshly, as she had been greatly weakened by long suffering which resulted in her choosing to die instead of staying alive for her son, and she never had the courage and inner-strength of Lily Evans , Harry Potter's mother, who sacrificed herself willingly for her son.

Merope's relationship with her father and brother was a violent one where they treated her more like a slave than family, and forced her to do all the housework.

Her father, Marvolo, who placed the utmost importance on his heritage, tended to use words such as "squib" as putdowns and to make insinuations about blood status when as a form of insult.

Marvolo became furious with Merope's infatuation with a Muggle leading to the involvement of authorities and a stint in prison. Morfin made fun of Merope's romantic feelings for Tom Riddle , and laughed while watching Marvolo abuse her.

She was physically and emotionally abused by her family, and as a result was timid and miserable for most of her life, traumatised to the point of being unable to perform magic.

Upon discovering that Merope was a blood traitor , Marvolo went as far as to attempt to murder her in front of a Ministry official.

She grew bolder and happier once Marvolo and Morfin were sent to Azkaban , and displayed enough cunning and magical skill to brew a Love Potion.

However, Marvolo was shocked when he learned that Merope had left the house, despite never loving her to begin with, and never mentioned her name or existence ever again, and this was probably a shock that led to his death or possibly due to Merope no longer feeding him, as he never learned to feed himself.

Morfin then felt that Merope had betrayed him and Marvolo, for marrying that "filthy Muggle". Despite a lifetime of abuse at the hands of her father, Merope did give her son her father's name as a middle name, showing she might have had lingering affections for her father, sentiments that were not reciprocated.

An alternative explanation could be that Merope chose to name her son "Tom Marvolo Riddle" because she was likely reflecting on her life in her dying moments, and "Tom" and "Marvolo" were among the few male names that came to mind.

This could be due to her Gaunt upbringing leaving her with very few men in her life to truly interact with aside from Marvolo and Morfin before her marriage.

Tom Riddle was a handsome and wealthy Muggle, who lived near Merope's house. Like many people in Little Hangleton, Tom looked on with disdain on her father and brother , because of their poverty, their strange shabby appearances, and antisocial tendencies to those around them.

Tom's only mention of Merope, was briefly mentioning to his Darling Cecilia that Marvolo had two kids. Though Tom didn't seem to give Merope any thoughts, positive or negative, it was known that Merope was deeply enamoured by Riddle, and spied on him as he often rode by their house.

Merope then used a Love Potion on Tom, and the two eloped, she eventually became pregnant with Tom's child. Dumbledore had theorised that Merope, who was deeply, truly in love with her husband , could not bear to continue enslaving him by magical means, and made the choice to stop giving him the potion, convincing herself that he might have truly fallen in love with her of his own accord, or even if he had not, he would stay with her for their child's sake.

This turned out to be a fatal mistake; Tom, feeling as if he'd woken up from a nightmare, immediately escaped Merope to never return, claiming he had been "hoodwinked" and "taken in".

It was speculated among his neighbours that he had been tricked into thinking he was the father of her unborn child. Merope was heartbroken and devastated by this, to the point of losing the will to live, and later died shortly after giving birth to his son.

Merope's son, Tom Riddle , was raised in an orphanage. After her husband left her, finally being freed from the influence of the Love Potion , Merope became depressed, and when her child was born, she died soon afterwards, not wishing to live anymore, and not wanting to use magic to save her life.

She told Mrs Cole that she wanted her son to be called Tom, after his father, Marvolo, after Merope's father and that the child's last name was to be Riddle.

Merope also hoped that her son looked like his father. Merope got her wish; Tom Marvolo Riddle was described as looking very like his father, who was very good looking.

Tom Riddle grew up at Wool's Orphanage , not knowing about his family members. When Albus Dumbledore visited Tom, and told him that he was a wizard , Tom hoped that it came from his father, but was disappointed to find that he got it from the maternal side of his family, when after considerable research of the school registry he could not find Tom Riddle Senior as a Hogwarts alumnus.

After getting an incomplete story of his parents from his uncle Morfin Gaunt, Riddle flew in a rage.

He stole his uncle's wand, then killed his father, grandmother and grandfather, returned Morfin's wand, then stole the Gaunt family heirloom ring , framing Morfin for the crime.

It was due to Merope's choice of losing her will to live that she never had a chance to give Tom the love and care he desperately required, leading him to grow up to become a being completely unable to understand the concept of love, thus leading him to repeatedly tear apart his soul , and eventually his death lead him to an eternally crippled state in limbo.

This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Her eyes, like her brother 's, stared in opposite directions.

She looked a little cleaner than the two men, but Harry thought he had never seen a more defeated-looking person.

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