Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Evan Rosier

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Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter - Character
Evan Rosier
Gender Male
Hair color Unknown
Eye color Unknown
Related Family Unknown
Loyalty Lord Voldemort

Overview[edit]

Evan Rosier was one of the Death Eaters that were part of Lord Voldemort's organization. We believe that his father, only called Rosier, was also a member of the Death Eaters.

Role in the Books[edit]

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Goblet of Fire[edit]

When Harry, Ron, and Hermione were visiting Sirius Black in his cave hide-out outside Hogwarts, Sirius mentioned that one Rosier had been one of Severus Snape's friends, and he had been killed by Aurors the year before Voldemort fell.

When Harry is looking at Dumbledore's Pensieve, one of the three scenes he witnesses is Igor Karkaroff revealing names of Death Eaters in hopes that he will get his own sentence reduced. The first name he gives is that of Evan Rosier, and he is most disappointed that it is already known to the Ministry.

Half-Blood Prince[edit]

When Lord Voldemort, or Tom Riddle as he is then known, is seen in Albus Dumbledore's memories returning to Hogwarts to apply for the job of teacher of Defence Against the Dark Arts, Dumbledore asks him about his "friends" waiting for him in Hogsmeade. One Rosier, who we believe is Evan Rosier's father, is one of the friends mentioned by name, along with Mulciber, Nott, and Dolohov.

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Relationships with Other Characters[edit]

According to the author's genealogy chart of the Black family, Rosier Sr. was Druella Black's brother, making Evan Rosier cousins with the three Black sisters Bellatrix, Narcissa, and Andromeda.

Analysis[edit]

Questions[edit]

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Greater Picture[edit]

Intermediate warning: Details follow which you may not wish to read at your current level.