What is it within a book character's description or dialogue that really makes them intriguing/unsettling/effective in your mind?
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There's a little more to Voldemort than that--his Muggle parents treated him like garbage, so he had a thing where he wanted to create a world without Muggles and populated only by wizards.
"Every drop of magical blood spilled is a terrible waste."
Technically Merope, his mum, was a witch. "Every drop of magical blood spilled is a terrible waste." He kills a ton of wizards. He is an evil dirt bag to his own followers. He enslaved them. Not a lot to like about old Voldie.