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The following is a list of Death Eaters whose names are unknown.
Battle of the Department of Mysteries participantEdit
This individual was one of Lord Voldemort's Death Eaters who participated in the Second Wizarding War. He fought in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, the first battle of the Second Wizarding War.
Emissary to the giantsEdit
This Death Eater and Walden Macnair were sent by Lord Voldemort to convince the Giants to join him. They arrived and tried to convince the new Gurg Golgomath to join them. He eventually agreed and then told this Death Eater and Macnair how Rubeus Hagird and Olympe Maxime had tried to convince the old Gurg Karkus to join the Order of the Phoenix led by Albus Dumbledore. Then this Death Eater and Macnair started searching the caves but soon after Hagrid and Maxime left.
Female Death Eater at Malfoy Manor (I)Edit
This woman was a Death Eater who was present at a meeting in Malfoy Manor. Described as broad, hunched, and pointy-toothed, she cackled when Lord Voldemort introduced his airborne hostage as Charity Burbage.
Female Death Eater at Malfoy Manor (II)Edit
The woman had white hair and wore Death Eater robes. She seemed to be quite aged.
Female Death Eater at Little HangletonEdit
This woman arrived at the graveyard in Little Hangleton after Lord Voldemort summoned his Death Eaters there on the night of 24 June, 1995. She Apparated into the area, but, unlike the other Death Eaters, was not wearing a Death Eater mask and hood.
Walking around his circled followers, Voldemort viciously greeted Crabbe, Walden Macnair and Goyle. When he came to the woman, instead of attacking her like the others, he simply looked at her as she bowed down to him, then moved on to greet Lucius Malfoy.
Grimmauld Place guardEdit
Hogwarts Express boarderEdit
This unidentified Death Eater assaulted the Hogwarts Express to find Harry Potter on September 1, 1997, when Hogwarts was under the control of Lord Voldemort. However, he is stopped by Neville, Ginny and others students.
Kidnapper of OllivanderEdit
At somepoint in his life, this man joined the Death Eaters, and fought during the First Wizarding War. It is unknown if he went to Azkaban after the wars end, escaped capture, or renounced his allegiance to Voldemort in exchange for his liberty.
By 1995 this Death Eater was once again in Voldemort's service. He battled to retrieve the Prophecy in the Department of Mysteries, and was one of the only Death Eaters to escape justice after the Order of the Phoenix joined the battle. This Death Eater later went on to serve under Fenrir Greyback, and participated in the kidnapping of Ollivander. Alongside Greyback and another Death Eater, this individual participated in the destruction of the Millennium Bridge. He also fought in the Battle of the Astronomy Tower, but was not present atop the tower when Albus Dumbledore was killed by Severus Snape.
Male Death Eater at Little HangletonEdit
Male Death Eater at Malfoy ManorEdit
Petrified Death EaterEdit
- ""Petrificus Totalus!", shouted Harry, as the second Death Eater raised his wand. His arms and legs snapped together and he fell forward, facedown onto the rug at Harry's feet, stiff as a board and unable to move at all."
- —The Battle of the Department of Mysteries
This Death Eater took part in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in 1996. It is likely that this Death Eater is Jugson, as Lucius Malfoy pairs him with Antonin Dolohov, and Dolohov's partner is cursed by Harry, who uses Petrificus Totalus on him. Also, in the film, this Death Eater is the one who was paired with Dolohov.