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Vera felt like it was only right to follow along with the poem. Every time someone died or disappeared a little china figure would break or disappear but at the end Vera toke the last one standing with her as a token stating that they made it to the finish. While she was hanging herself the small figure broke, "The small china figure fell from her hand. It wrapped unnecessary and shattered from the fender" (Christie 268). She also thought that's what Hugo desired her to because she was accountable for his nephew death. The antagonist of And Then There Were None is Judge Justice Wargrave. He was also known as Issac Morris to hide his real identity from all the other characters. He was the judge of all of the characters instances and that he found them guilty and thought it was right to allow them to die. He knew nearly everything about all of the characters, how they'd think, how they would respond to certain items, and a number of the decisions they would make. Wargrave direct the characters to possess both external and internal conflicts. For example external battles " They believed now enjoy the folks just awaking from a nightmare. There was danger, yes, but it had been danger in daylight. That paralyzing atmosphere of dread which had wrapped them around as a blanket yesterday while the wind howled outside was gone" (Christie 243). These folks are scared they are not getting sleep, barely eating, and barely speaking. They are living they worst nightmare. Not just that Wargrave is killing people but he's also scaring the people that is alive increasingly more which will be causing them to own internal battles. For instance Vera Claythorne,the protagonist went through the deepest internal conflict "What exactly was that-hung in the hook in the ceiling? A rope with a noose.