Profile: Tom Marvolo Riddle

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Personal
Portrayed by 
Hogwarts House 
Self-Given Name 
Blood Status 
Wand 
Faithful Followers 
Made seven of these to keep death at bay 
'Pet' snake 
Mortal Enemy 
Collectively, Tom M. Riddle was killed by Himself, Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Vincent Crabbe, Neville Longbottom and this wizard 
Magical
At this age he had already shown that he understood that he was 'special' and could knowingly use magic 
Was given this title in his fifth year at Hogwarts 
In his seventh year at Hogwarts, Tom achieved this title as well  
Received a trophy for Special Services to the School for outing this creature as Slytherin's Monster 
As a man, Lord Voldemort showed that he had the power to do this, without support of broom or thestral 
Tom was also one of these, as was Harry Potter and Salazar Slytherin 
Voldemort was also considered one of the world's best in this magical art of mind reading 
Familial
His mother, who died giving birth to Tom 
His father, whom he murdered (along with his paternal grandparents for good measure) to rid the world of the unworthy Riddle line 
His maternal grandfather, who died shortly after being released from the wizarding prison, Azkaban 
His uncle, whom he framed for the murders of three Muggles (Tom's father and paternal grandparents) 
His famous ancestor, who was a founder of Hogwarts 
His ancestor, who was the initial owner of the Resurrection Stone  
Miscellaneous
Directly out of Hogwarts, Tom sought the DADA teaching position from this then Headmaster, who denied him the post due to his young age 
This Potions Master thought very highly of Tom and once held a fateful discussion regarding the dangerous use of horcruxes 
Tom was attractive, but his features became distorted due to his continued ripping of this 
Tom hated his name, as many people shared it with him, including the owner of this tavern 
Tom Marvolo Riddle was called many things, name one other than his given, and self-given names 
Evil Deeds
(Part One)
Tom framed this man by making it appear that he was the one who opened the Chamber of Secrets  
In reality, Tom himself was the true Heir of Slytherin and opened the Chamber setting loose this creature, the real Slytherin Monster 
Murdered these two Order of the Phoenix
members so he could proceed in
murdering their young child
 
Murdered countless other lesser known characters, including this old Muggle man who gave Harry posthumous words of encouragement 
Constructed a plot to have another murder this man, the only man he ever feared (afterwards, Voldemort desecrated his tomb and stole his wand) 
Murdered this man, someone whom he considered to be faithful and useful, so that the stolen wand would give its allegiance to him and him alone 
Murdered this witch for Slytherin's Locket and Hufflepuff's Cup, proving that his charm was just as deadly as his wand 
Murdered this witch for her pro-Muggle teachings at Hogwarts as well as through articles published in wizarding newspapers 
Evil Deeds
(Part Two)
Framed this house elf for the death of her Mistress by making her believe that she had poisoned her Mistress' evening cocoa 
As a child, Tom terrorized two young children from the orphanage by luring them into the cave by the sea, the place that would later be the hiding place of this horcrux 
As a child, Tom also hung this animal, another boy's pet, from the rafters at the orphanage 
Used his power of legilimency to place images of this wizard being tortured into Harry's mind, in an attempt to lure him to the Department of Mysteries 
Briefly possessed and attempted to
drain out the life of this Hogwarts student
in effort to regain a body
 
Forced this defender of Hogwarts to stand completely still while the Sorting Hat sat in flames upon his head 
Used this young man both as a punishment to his Death Eater father as well as an increasingly unwilling hitman 
The final act of the piece of Voldemort's soul in the locket was to torture Ron with the image of Harry closely and erotically entwined around this witch 

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