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{{Character|Name = Peter Latley|Kanji = ピーターのす|Romaji = ''Piitaa Nosu''|Race = Human|Gender = Male|Hair Color = White|Eye Color = Blue|Affiliation = Latley Family<br/>[[Demons]]|Occupation = Latley Family Head|Status = Alive|Relatives = [[William Minerva|James Latley]] (Brother)|Manga = [[Chapter 73]]|Image = [[File:Peter.png|250px]]}}{{Nihongo|'''Peter Latley'''|ピーターのす|''Piitaa Nosu''}} is the 36th and current head of the famous Latley Family and the younger brother of [[William Minerva|James Latley]].
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{{Character
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|Name = Peter Ratri
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|Kanji = ピーターラートリー
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|Romanji = ''Pītā Rātorī''
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|Race = Human
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|Gender = Male
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|Hair Color = White
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|Eye Color = Green
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|Affiliation = [[Ratri Clan]]
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|Previous Occupation = Ratri Family Head
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|Status = Deceased
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|Allies = [[Demons|The demons]], [[Andrew]]
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|Enemies = [[James Ratri]], [[Isabella]], [[Emma]], [[Norman]], [[Ray]], [[:Category:Grace Field Escapees|Grace Field Escapees]], [[Goldy Pond Resistance|Goldy Pond Resistance members]]
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|Relatives = [[Julius Ratri]] (Ancestor,<small>{{Sign|Dead}}</small>)<br>Unnamed Parents<br>[[James Ratri]] (Brother,<small>{{Sign|Dead}}</small>)<br>[[Mike Ratri]] (Uncle)
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|Manga = [[Chapter 73]]
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|Image = [[File:Peter.png|250px]]
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{{Nihongo|'''Peter Ratri'''|ピーターラートリー|Pītā Rātorī}} is the main antagonist of the ''[[The Promised Neverland]]'' series. As the 36th and current head of the famous [[Ratri Clan]], he was the overseer of the farm system and the upholder of the Promise between humans and demons. He was also the younger brother of [[William Minerva|James Ratri]] as well as the descendant of [[Julius Ratri]].
   
== History ==
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==History==
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After James began his desire to free the cattle children, Peter was the one who revealed his plans to the higher-ups. While James "betrayed" the family and died fighting for his desires, Peter was chosen to become the next head of the Ratri family. By 2031, the Ratri family realized there were more people in their clan that supported "Minerva" and betrayed the Ratris. By December of the same year, Peter seemed to have found all the traitors, though James is nowhere to be seen. Nonetheless, Peter kills all the traitors right on the spot. Ever since then, he has been the overseer of the farm system, as well as the one that upholds the system of selling children as food to the demons.
   
== Appearance ==
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At some point, the demon royals and five regents and the Ratri family, including Peter, heard of [[Mujika]]'s clan's ability to give demons a permanent human form and intelligence, thus eliminating the need to rely on eating humans to keep themselves from devolving. They saw this as a threat to the farm system, their money supply, their power over the "demon" world and above all else, the promise they made. So they massacred the entire clan until only Mujika was left.
   
== Personality ==
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==Appearance==
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Peter was an average-built man with a menacing look on his face. He had straight, long white hair which slightly curled at the tips. Furthermore, he wore his hair in a middle-part. Like most of his Ratri family members, he had green eyes. He was often seen wearing a white suit with a black tie.
   
== Plot ==
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==Personality==
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Peter takes his role as the preserver of the Promise very seriously, as demonstrated when he had several humans executed for being labeled as traitors. He was also someone who was willing to sacrifice others for the sake of keeping the promise.
   
=== [[Search For Minerva Arc]] ===
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He was charismatic and skilled in negotiation, as he was able to persuade the Queen to grant him an army of demons, and shows the true depths of his depravity after learning of the deaths of the Queen and all the other demon nobles; that, instead of taking this opportunity to free humanity, he instead wanted to take control over the demons and maintain the status quo of raising children as livestock but now under his terms and having his clan be the ruling power instead.
He hates his brother's [[Goldy Pond]] base. chapter 73 page 1-5
 
   
== Relationships ==
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He showed himself to be ruthless and sadistic when he tortured Nat and threatened to kill Jemina, while wearing a friendly smile on his face.
   
=== [[William Minerva|James Latley]] ===
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The root of Peter's depravity seemed to be his obsession with maintaining the original Promise made by his ancestor, as he questioned the children regarding the Promise.
The two of them originally had a good brotherly-bond. Peter even agreed with James his way of thinking for a while because he thought that it was better. This seemed to be a facade when Peter revealed that he was just pretending to agree with James his plans. Peter even went as far to take James his title of the 35th head of the family and claim it himself. He then ordered his underlings and the rest of his clans to kill his own brother, implying the hostility between the two.
 
   
=== [[Bayon]] ===
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He displayed all the qualities of a narcissist, and perhaps even megalomania, viewing all and everyone else around him as inferior to himself, as he raved at the children that he was their "father", as though the claim were some kind of entitlement of authority over them, viewing the children, the Sisters, and even Isabella, whom he'd promoted to Grandma, as nothing more than Food. His overconfidence stemmed from his position, when stripped of his power and control, he is fundamentally a coward but is too arrogant to admit he has lost, which leads to him lashing out like a cornered animal out of rage, fear, hubris, and desperation.
Peter seems to have some sort of connection to the demon. Possibly because Peter found out the truth about [[Goldy Pond]] that [[William Minerva|James Latley]] made.
 
   
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==Plot==
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===[[Search For Minerva Arc]]===
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[[File:Norman and Ratri shake hands.png|[[Norman]] agreed to aid Peter Ratri with his research.|thumb|left|200px]]
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Instead of being shipped out from [[Grace Field House]], [[Norman]] was introduced to Peter by [[Isabella]] as Norman's new foster father, though Ratri had Norman address him by his name instead. Ratri asked Norman to help him with his research at [[Λ7214]], to which the boy agreed. In the subsequent months, Norman lived in Λ7214 as Peter kept track of his progress.<ref>[[The Promised Neverland (Manga)|''The Promised Neverland'' manga]]: [[Chapter 74]]</ref>
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== Trivia ==
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===Pre-[[Cuvitidala Arc]]===
January 2046 [[Timeline]]
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After unknown events, Norman destroyed the Lamba facility and escaped it, taking all of the experimented children with him. However, many secret Minerva supporters at the facility were unable to escape, as Peter had ordered a purge to wipe out the supporters lurking behind the scenes.<ref>''The Promised Neverland'' manga: [[Chapter 119]], pages 11-13</ref>
   
== Reference ==
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===Pre-[[Imperial Capital Battle Arc]]===
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===[[Return to Grace Field Arc]]===
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Once Legravalima and the Five Regent Families are killed, Peter sends the demon army to the [[Paradise Hideout]] hideout in order to prevent the children from enacting their promise. In the process, he kidnaps all the inhabitants and transfers them all to Grace Field House to be processed as food.<ref>''The Promised Neverland'' manga: [[Chapter 161]], pages 1-2</ref><ref>''The Promised Neverland'' manga: [[Chapter 162]]</ref>
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==Relationships==
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===[[James Ratri]]===
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The two of them originally had a brotherly bond. Peter even agreed with James his way of thinking for a while because he thought that it was better. This seemed to be a facade when Peter revealed that he was just pretending to agree with James' plans. Peter even went as far to take James his title of the 35th head of the family and claim it himself. He then ordered his underlings and the rest of his clans to kill his own brother, implying the hostility between the two.
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==Trivia==
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*The following are Peter Ratri's rankings in some of ''The Promised Neverland'''s official [[Popularity Polls|popularity polls]].
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**In ''Shounen Jump'''s popularity poll results announced in [[Chapter 88]], Peter is in 58th place.
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**In ''Shounen Jump'''s 2nd popularity poll results announced in [[Chapter 102]], Peter is in 50th place with a total of 20 votes. He is tied with [[Pepe]], [[Sandy]], [[Monica]], [[Nous]], [[Nouma]], [[Tom]] and Marvin.
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Revision as of 16:51, May 31, 2020

Peter
Peter Ratri
 Kanji ピーターラートリー
 Rōmaji Pītā Rātorī
• Characteristics •
 Gender Male
 Race Human
 Hair Color White
 Eye Color Green
• Professional Information •
 Affiliation Ratri Clan
 Prev. Occupation Ratri Family Head
• Personal Status •
 Relatives Julius Ratri (Ancestor,)
Unnamed Parents
James Ratri (Brother,)
Mike Ratri (Uncle)
 Status
Deceased
• Debuts •
 Manga Chapter 73

Peter Ratri (ピーターラートリー, Pītā Rātorī?) is the main antagonist of the The Promised Neverland series. As the 36th and current head of the famous Ratri Clan, he was the overseer of the farm system and the upholder of the Promise between humans and demons. He was also the younger brother of James Ratri as well as the descendant of Julius Ratri.

History

After James began his desire to free the cattle children, Peter was the one who revealed his plans to the higher-ups. While James "betrayed" the family and died fighting for his desires, Peter was chosen to become the next head of the Ratri family. By 2031, the Ratri family realized there were more people in their clan that supported "Minerva" and betrayed the Ratris. By December of the same year, Peter seemed to have found all the traitors, though James is nowhere to be seen. Nonetheless, Peter kills all the traitors right on the spot. Ever since then, he has been the overseer of the farm system, as well as the one that upholds the system of selling children as food to the demons.

At some point, the demon royals and five regents and the Ratri family, including Peter, heard of Mujika's clan's ability to give demons a permanent human form and intelligence, thus eliminating the need to rely on eating humans to keep themselves from devolving. They saw this as a threat to the farm system, their money supply, their power over the "demon" world and above all else, the promise they made. So they massacred the entire clan until only Mujika was left.

Appearance

Peter was an average-built man with a menacing look on his face. He had straight, long white hair which slightly curled at the tips. Furthermore, he wore his hair in a middle-part. Like most of his Ratri family members, he had green eyes. He was often seen wearing a white suit with a black tie.

Personality

Peter takes his role as the preserver of the Promise very seriously, as demonstrated when he had several humans executed for being labeled as traitors. He was also someone who was willing to sacrifice others for the sake of keeping the promise.

He was charismatic and skilled in negotiation, as he was able to persuade the Queen to grant him an army of demons, and shows the true depths of his depravity after learning of the deaths of the Queen and all the other demon nobles; that, instead of taking this opportunity to free humanity, he instead wanted to take control over the demons and maintain the status quo of raising children as livestock but now under his terms and having his clan be the ruling power instead.

He showed himself to be ruthless and sadistic when he tortured Nat and threatened to kill Jemina, while wearing a friendly smile on his face.

The root of Peter's depravity seemed to be his obsession with maintaining the original Promise made by his ancestor, as he questioned the children regarding the Promise.

He displayed all the qualities of a narcissist, and perhaps even megalomania, viewing all and everyone else around him as inferior to himself, as he raved at the children that he was their "father", as though the claim were some kind of entitlement of authority over them, viewing the children, the Sisters, and even Isabella, whom he'd promoted to Grandma, as nothing more than Food. His overconfidence stemmed from his position, when stripped of his power and control, he is fundamentally a coward but is too arrogant to admit he has lost, which leads to him lashing out like a cornered animal out of rage, fear, hubris, and desperation.

Plot

Search For Minerva Arc

Norman and Ratri shake hands

Norman agreed to aid Peter Ratri with his research.

Instead of being shipped out from Grace Field House, Norman was introduced to Peter by Isabella as Norman's new foster father, though Ratri had Norman address him by his name instead. Ratri asked Norman to help him with his research at Λ7214, to which the boy agreed. In the subsequent months, Norman lived in Λ7214 as Peter kept track of his progress.[1]

Pre-Cuvitidala Arc

After unknown events, Norman destroyed the Lamba facility and escaped it, taking all of the experimented children with him. However, many secret Minerva supporters at the facility were unable to escape, as Peter had ordered a purge to wipe out the supporters lurking behind the scenes.[2]

Pre-Imperial Capital Battle Arc

Return to Grace Field Arc

Once Legravalima and the Five Regent Families are killed, Peter sends the demon army to the Paradise Hideout hideout in order to prevent the children from enacting their promise. In the process, he kidnaps all the inhabitants and transfers them all to Grace Field House to be processed as food.[3][4]

Relationships

James Ratri

The two of them originally had a brotherly bond. Peter even agreed with James his way of thinking for a while because he thought that it was better. This seemed to be a facade when Peter revealed that he was just pretending to agree with James' plans. Peter even went as far to take James his title of the 35th head of the family and claim it himself. He then ordered his underlings and the rest of his clans to kill his own brother, implying the hostility between the two.

Trivia

  • The following are Peter Ratri's rankings in some of The Promised Neverland's official popularity polls.
    • In Shounen Jump's popularity poll results announced in Chapter 88, Peter is in 58th place.
    • In Shounen Jump's 2nd popularity poll results announced in Chapter 102, Peter is in 50th place with a total of 20 votes. He is tied with Pepe, Sandy, Monica, Nous, Nouma, Tom and Marvin.

References

  1. The Promised Neverland manga: Chapter 74
  2. The Promised Neverland manga: Chapter 119, pages 11-13
  3. The Promised Neverland manga: Chapter 161, pages 1-2
  4. The Promised Neverland manga: Chapter 162

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The Promised Neverland Characters
Main Characters: Emma  •  Norman  •  Ray
Humans
Escapees: Alicia  •  Anna  •  Chris  •  Dominic  •  Don  •  Emma  •  Gilda  •  Jemima  •  Lannion  •  Mark  •  Nat  •  Ray  •  Rossi  •  Thoma  •  Yvette
Shipped Out: Conny  •  Leslie  •  Michelle  •  Norman  •  Olivia  •  Simon  •  Susan
Orphans: Phil  •  Carol  •  Chamberlain  •  Dalia  •  Damdin  •  Eugene  •  Hans  •  Jasper  •  Marnya  •  Naila  •  Nina  •  Sherry  •  Tom  •  Vivian
Grace Field House: Krone  •  Isabella  •  Previous Grandmother  •  Sarah  •  Yukko
Ratri Clan: Andrew  •  Julius Ratri  •  Mike Ratri  •  Peter Ratri
Minerva's Group: Ayshe  •  Barbara  •  Cislo  •  Hayato  •  Jin  •  Smee  •  Vincent  •  William Minerva  •  Zazie
Goldy Pond: Adam  •  Dina  •  Gillian  •  Jake  •  Lucas  •  Mister  •  Monica  •  Nigel  •  Oliver  •  Paula  •  Pepe  •  Sandy  •  Sonya  •  Theo  •  Violet  •  Windmill Girl  •  Zack
Julius Ratri's group: Bald man  •  Bearded man  •  Black-haired man  •  Orange-haired man  •  Julius Ratri  •  White-haired woman
Demons
Royal Family: DemonKing Name  •  Legravalima
Regent Heads: Bayon II  •  Dozza  •  Geelan  •  Pupo  •  Noum  •  Yverk
Heathens: Mujika  •  Sonju  •  Sonju's horse
Poachers: Bayon  •  Leuvis  •  Luce  •  Nouma  •  Nous  •  Palvus
Other demons: Ayshe's father  •  Awla  •  Bayon II's wife  •  Bayon II's child  •  Cuvitidala Dragon  •  Mawla
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