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"There is no higher pleasure...That means a great deal, Bellatrix, from you"

What do Ты think Voldy meant when he сказал(-а) this? What could be be referring to as the competing "high pleasure"? Torturing people? Something еще lewd/banal, like receiving affection back from Voldy?

I've been meaning to ask this for ages, and have wondered about it ever since Чтение DH.

Let's ignore Cursed Child momentarily and base it off the original series.

Thoughts and musings?
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zanhar1 said:
I think he was honored by her willingness to do whatever he asked of her and more. Like she was so eager to please him and she offered herself up in a sense. In other words he wasn't talking about the pleasure she got, but about how he was honored by the request.

Not gonna lie I'd have to read the scene again.
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