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Lucius Malfoy
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Full name Lucius Malfoy
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I assure you, my Lord, I have never renounced the old ways. The face I have been obliged to present since your... absence...that is my true mask.
~ Lucius to Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

Lucius Malfoy is the tertiary antagonist of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and a minor antagonist in the subsequent books. He is a former Death Eater, the son of Abraxas Malfoy, the husband of Narcissa Malfoy, the brother-in-law of Bellatrix Lestrange, the father of Draco Malfoy, the father-in-law of Astoria Malfoy, and the grandfather of Scorpius Malfoy. He is a rival of the good-natured Arthur Weasley, patriarch of the poor Weasley family.

In the films, Malfoy is portrayed by Jason Isaacs, who was also the voice of Ra's Al Ghul in Batman: Under the Red Hood, Satan in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Colonel William Tavington in The Patriot, Admiral Zhao in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Captain Hook in the 2003 Peter Pan film.

He was introduced as the second film's main antagonist, but this was the plot to reveal the true main villain later on.

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Chamber of Secrets

Lucius first appeared as a main antagonist ( along with Tom Riddle) in Harry and the Chamber of Secrets, where he slipped Tom Riddle's Diary to Ginny Weasley - causing the release of the Basilisk - forced the Ministry to fire Dumbledore and Hagrid and tried to discredit his rival Arthur Weasley. He was defeated after Harry tricked him into freeing Dobby from slavery and Dobby blasted him away in self-defence.

Goblet of Fire

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 Lucius appears at the beginning of Goblet of Fire when he attends the Quidditch World Cup with Draco and Narcissa. In the climax, Lucius is revealed to be a Death Eater who works closely with Lord Voldemort and is seen on the night of his return with other Death Eaters. 

Order of the Phoenix

Lucius is seen in Order of the Phoenix as one of the Death Eaters who were sent to retrieve a special prophecy that was about Voldemort and Harry Potter. He leads the group that consists of himself, Bellatrix Lestrange, Antonin Dolohov and a few other unnamed Death Eaters. After unsuccessfully retrieving the prophecy, he is seen fighting members of the Order of the Phoenix and is stunned by Sirius Black, who is killed moments later by Bellatrix. He is sent to Azkaban at the aftermath of the battle 

Deathly Hallows

He escapes from Azkaban in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in which he lends his house, Malfoy Manor to the Dark Lord as his headquarters and is regarded as a disgraced Death Eater.

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When Voldemort and the Death-Eaters came to Hogwarts for the final battle, Lucius came along too along with his wife.
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Because Lucius' wife, Narcissa, lied to Lord Voldemort about Harry Potter being dead and it helped Harry to defeat him, the Malfoy family could use this to get a pardon.

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