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Lucius is in charge of the group of [[Death Eaters]] that are to recover the Prophesy, and is taking part in the [[Battle of the Department of Mysteries]]. He is taken captive
Lucius is in charge of the group of [[Death Eaters]] that are to recover the Prophesy, and is taking part in the [[Battle of the Department of Mysteries]]. He is taken captive and imprisoned in [[Azkaban]].
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Lucius Malfoy is the father of Draco Malfoy
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Lucius is only mentioned in the first book.
Lucius is visiting Borgin and Burke's with Draco to sell some of the items he would rather not have the Ministry find in his home, not knowing that he is overheard by Harry. Later he runs into Harry and the Weasleys in Flourish and Blott's, where he gets into a fight with Arthur Weasley.
His son Draco is attacked by the hippogriff Buckbeak during Hagrid's first lesson as a Care of Magical Creatures Professor, and although Lucius is not able to get Hagrid fired, he is initially successful in having the hippogriff sentenced to death. At the very day of the execution, though, the beast seemingly mysteriously disappears.
Lucius is present at the graveyard on the night of Voldemort's resurrection.
Imprisoned in Azkaban.
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Lucius is described as having a pale pointed face and cold, pale grey eyes.
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By marriage uncle to Nymphadora Lupin (née Tonks).
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