Umbridge is not the main antagonist

If you read the books, you’d see that whilst Voldemort was in hiding, he sent death eaters to get the prophecy, resulting in the death of Brokerick Bode, the almost death of Arthur Weasley and the constant attempts to break Harry, the main protagonists mind, also Voldemort fought Harry in the end and did a lot more damage, whilst Umbridge was defeated a lot earlier, now, I think it is clear that Voldemort is the main antagonist of the story, and Umbridge is either the secondary or central Antagonist, but people keep changing it back, what do you all think (Harry.taylor.9085 (talk) 10:51, April 27, 2019 (UTC))

It's as you said Voldemort was not doing nothing but hiding. A mean school official isn't exactly as big a threat as the lord of all evil. But most importantly she was defeated way too early. Unless the final villain is either one of their henchmen, an evil entity they plotted to unleash or if the climax simply involves some kind of disaster (like in Toy Story where after Sid was defeated Woody and Buzz still needed to catch the moving truck in order for their struggles to officially be considered over) then normally the defeat of the main villain is supposed to mean that the hero's journey is over but with Umbridge even after she was defeated there were still three whole chapters involving Harry and his friends having to stop Voldemort. Yes I will admit that Umbridge was the more direct threat towards Harry and his friends but that's exactly why I changed her to the central antagonist and not the secondary but in general Voldemort was the bigger threat and the one fought at the story's climax.TheHeroOfAllWorlds (talk) 02:28, January 13, 2020 (UTC)

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