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"No blood? No weeping Hagrid?"
"Not a dog," Ron moaned. His teeth were gritted with pain. "Harry, it's a trap --"
He seemed numb with shock at the verdict.
"... if Snape sees me anywhere near there again, I'm in serious trouble," he finished.
Hagrid poured them tea and offered them a plate of Bath buns but they knew better than to accept; they had had too much experience with Hagrid's cooking.
Then Lupin spoke, in a very tense voice.
"Indeed?" said Snape. "You have a habit of turning up in unexpected places, Potter, and you are very rarely there for no good reason.... I suggest the pair of you return to Gryffindor Tower, where you belong."
"She's seeing us all separately," Neville informed them as they went to sit down next to him. He had his copy of Unfogging the Future open on his lap at the pages devoted to crystal gazing. "Have either of you ever seen anything in a crystal ball?" he asked them unhappily.
"What d'you mean -- of course he's a rat --"
"Nox," they whispered together, and the lights at the end of their wands went out. Only one door was open. As they crept toward it, they heard movement from behind it; a low moan, and then a deep, loud purring. They exchanged a last look, a last nod.
He broke off with a small gasp, looking over Harry's shoulder.
Together they climbed the ladder into the dim, stifling tower room. Glowing on every little table was a crystal ball full of pearly white mist. Harry, Ron, and Hermione sat down together at the same rickety table.
"No one there..."
"What? Oh no!" Hermione squeaked. "I forgot to go to Charms!"
They scattered as the Firebolt zoomed toward them; Angelina's Way was clear.