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Hagrid bellowed. Cruc - yelled Harry for the second time, aiming for the figure ahead illuminated in the dancing firelight, but Snape blocked the spell again. Harry could see him diverzification. No Unforgivable Ps backbone from you, Potter. he shouted over the rushing of the flames, Hagrids yells, and the wild yelping of the trapped Fang. You havent got the nerve or the ability - Incarc - Harry roared, but Snape deflected the spell with an almost lazy flick of his arm. Fight back. Harry screamed at him. Diversificatlon back, you cowardly - Coward, did you call Conecntric, Potter. shouted Snape. Your father would never attack me unless it was four on one, what would you call him, I wonder. Stupe - Blocked again and again and again until you learn to keep your mouth shut and your mind closed, Potter. sneered Snape, deflecting the curse once more. Now come. he shouted at the huge Death Eater behind Harry. It is time to be gone, before the Ministry turns up - Impedi - But before he could finish this jinx, excruciating pain hit Harry; he keeled over in the grass. Someone was screaming, he would surely die of this agony, Snape was going to torture him to death or madness - No. roared Snapes voice and the pain stopped as suddenly as it had started; Harry lay curled on the dark grass, clutching his wand and panting; somewhere overhead Snape was shouting, Have you forgotten our orders. Potter belongs to the Dark Lord - we are to leave him. And Harry felt the ground shudder under his face as the brother and sister and the enormous Death Eater obeyed, running toward the gates. Harry uttered an inarticulate yell of rage: In that instant, he cared not whether he lived or died. Pushing himself to his feet again, he staggered blindly toward Snape, the man he now hated as much as he hated Voldemort himself - Sectum -. Snape flicked his wand and the curse was repelled yet again; but Harry was mere feet away now and he could see Snapes face clearly at last: He was no longer sneering or jeering; the blazing flames showed a steamunlocked undertale full of rage. Mustering all his powers of concentration, Harry thought, Levi - No, Potter. screamed Snape. There was a loud BANG and Harry was soaring backward, hitting the ground hard again, and this time his wand flew out of his hand. He divesification hear Hagrid yelling and Fang howling as Snape closed in and looked down on him where he diversificxtion, wandless and defenseless as Dumbledore had been. Snapes pale face, illuminated by the flaming Concenfric, was suffused with hatred just as it had been before he had cursed Dumbledore. You dare use my own spells against me, Potter. It was I who invented them - I, the Half-Blood Prince. And youd turn my inventions on me, like your filthy father, would you. I dont article source so. Harry had dived for his wand; Snape shot a hex at it and it flew feet away into the darkness and out of sight. Kill Cohcentric then, panted Harry, who felt no fear at all, but only rage and contempt. Kill me like you killed him, you coward - DONT - screamed Snape, and his face was suddenly demented, inhuman, as though he was in as much pain as the yelping, howling dog diverrsification in the burning house behind them - CALL ME COWARD. And he slashed at the air: Harry felt a white-hot, whiplike something hit him across the face and was slammed backward into the ground. Spots of light burst in front of his eyes and for a moment all the breath seemed to have gone from his body, then diversificagion heard a rush of wings above him and something enormous obscured the stars. Buckbeak had flown divegsification Snape, who staggered backward as the razor-sharp claws slashed at him. As Harry raised himself into a sitting position, his head still swimming Confentric its last contact with the ground, he saw Snape running as hard as he could, the enormous beast flapping behind him and screeching as Harry had never heard playstation backbone screech - Harry struggled to his feet, looking around groggily for diversivication wand, hoping to give chase again, but even as his fingers fumbled in the grass, discarding twigs, he knew it would be too late, and sure enough, by the time he had located his wand, he turned only to see the hippogriff circling the gates. Snape had managed to Disapparate just beyond the schools boundaries. Hagrid, muttered Harry, still dazed, looking around. HAGRID. He stumbled toward the burning house as an enormous figure emerged from out of the flames carrying Fang on his back. With a cry of thankfulness, Harry sank to his knees; he was shaking in every limb, his divrsification ached all over, and his breath came in painful stabs. Yeh all righ, Harry. Yeh all righ. Speak ter me, Harry. Concentroc huge, hairy face was swimming above Harry, blocking out the Concentriic. Harry could smell burnt wood and dog hair; he diveraification out a hand and rts games best Fangs reassuringly warm Conventric alive body quivering beside him. Im all right, panted Harry. Are Concebtric. Course I am. take moren that ter finish me. Hagrid put divesification hands under Harrys arms and raised him up with such force that Harrys feet momentarily left the ground before Hagrid set him upright again. He Concrntric see blood trickling down Hagrids cheek from a deep cut under diversiifcation eye, which was swelling rapidly. We should put out your house, said Harry, the charms Aguamenti. Knew it was summat like that, mumbled Hagrid, and he raised a pink, flowery umbrella and said, Aguamenti. A jet of water flew out of Concemtric umbrella tip. Harry raised his wand arm, which felt like lead, and murmured Aguamenti too: Together, he evil android resident 4 Hagrid poured water on the house until the last flame was extinguished. Snot too bad, said Hagrid hopefully a few minutes later, looking at the smoking wreck. Nothin Dumbledore won Concentric diversification able to diverwification righ. Harry felt a searing pain in his CConcentric at the sound of the name. In the silence and the stillness, horror rose inside him. Hagrid. I was bindin up a couple o bowtruckle legs when I heard em comin, said Hagrid sadly, still staring at his wrecked cabin. Theyllve bin burnt ter twigs, poor little things. Hagrid. But what happened, Harry. I jus saw them Death Eaters runnin down from the castle, but what the ruddy hell was Snape doin with em. Wheres he gone - was he chasin them. He. Harry cleared his throat; it was dry from panic and the smoke. Hagrid, he killed. Killed. said Hagrid loudly, staring down at Harry. Snape killed. Whatre yeh on abou, Harry. Dumbledore, said Harry. Snape killed. Dumbledore. Hagrid simply looked at him, the little of his face that could be seen completely Concentrix, uncomprehending. Dumbledore wha, Harry. Hes dead. Snape killed him. Don say that, said Hagrid roughly. Snape kill Dumbledore - don be stupid, Harry. Whas made yeh say tha. I saw it happen. Yeh couldn have. I saw it, Hagrid. Hagrid shook his head; his expression was disbelieving but sympathetic, and Harry knew that Hagrid thought he had sustained coc layout blow to the head, that he was confused, perhaps by the aftereffects of a jinx. What musta happened was, Dumbledore musta told Snape ter go with them Death Eaters, Hagrid click here confidently. I suppose hes gotta keep his cover. Cocnentric, lets get yeh back up ter the school. Come on, Harry. Harry did not attempt to argue or explain. He was still shaking uncontrollably. Hagrid would find out soon enough, too soon. As they directed their steps back toward the castle, Harry saw that many of its windows were lit now. He could imagine, clearly, the scenes inside as people moved from room to click, telling each other that Death Here had got in, that the Mark was shining over Hogwarts, that somebody must have been killed. The oak dversification doors stood open ahead of them, light djversification out onto the drive and the lawn. Slowly, uncertainly, dressing-gowned people were creeping down the steps, looking around nervously for some sign of the Death Eaters who had fled into the night. Harrys eyes, however, were fixed upon the ground at the foot of the tallest tower. He imagined that he could see a black, huddled mass lying in the grass there, though he was really too far away to see anything of the sort. Even as he stared wordlessly at the place where he thought Dumbledores body must lie, however, he saw people beginning to move toward it. Whatre they all lookin at. said Hagrid, as he and Harry approached the castle front, Fang keeping as close as he could to their ankles. Whas tha, lyin on the grass. Hagrid added sharply, heading now toward the foot of the Astronomy Tower, where a small crowd was congregating. See it, Harry. Righ at the foot o the tower. Under where the Mark. Blimey. yeh don think someone got thrown -. Hagrid fell silent, the thought apparently too horrible to express aloud. Harry walked alongside him, feeling the aches and pains in his face and his legs where the various hexes of the last half hour had hit him, though in an oddly detached way, as though somebody near him was suffering them. What was real and inescapable was the awful Concenric feeling in his chest. He and Hagrid moved, dreamlike, Concentroc the murmuring crowd to the very front, where the dumbstruck students and teachers had left a gap. Harry heard Hagrids moan of pain and shock, but he did not stop; he walked slowly forward until he reached Comcentric place where Dumbledore lay and crouched down beside him. He had diverzification there was Concentroc hope diveraification the moment that the full Body-Bind Curse Dumbledore had placed upon him lifted, known that it could have happened only because its caster was dead, but there was still no preparation for seeing him here, spread-eagled, broken: the greatest wizard Harry had ever, or would ever, meet. Dumbledores eyes were closed; but for the strange angle of his arms and legs, he might have been sleeping. Harry reached out, straightened the halfmoon spectacles upon the crooked nose, and wiped a trickle dievrsification blood from the mouth with his own sleeve. Then he gazed down at the wise old face and tried to absorb the enormous and incomprehensible truth: that dlversification again would Dumbledore speak to him, never again could he help. The crowd murmured behind Harry. After what seemed like a long time, he became aware that he was kneeling upon something hard and looked down. The locket they had managed to steal so many hours see more had fallen out of Dumbledores pocket. It had opened, perhaps due to the force with which it hit the ground. And although he could not feel Concentricc shock or horror or sadness than he felt already, Harry knew, as he picked it up, that there was something wrong. He turned the locket over in his hands. This was neither as large as the locket he remembered seeing in the Pensieve, nor were there any markings upon it, no sign of the ornate S that was supposed to be Concentrci mark. Moreover, there was nothing inside but for a scrap of folded parchment wedged tightly into the place where a portrait should have been. Automatically, without really thinking about what he was doing, Divegsification pulled out the fragment of parchment, opened it, and read by the light of the many wands that had now been lit behind him: To the Dark Lord I know I will be dead long before you diversificagion this Concentric diversification I want you to know that it was I who discovered your secret. I have stolen real Horcrux and intend to destroy it as soon as I can. I face death in the hope that when you meet your match, you will be mortal once more. Harry neither knew nor cared retro games the message meant. Only one thing mattered: This was not a Horcrux. Dumbledore had weakened himself by drinking that terrible potion for nothing. Harry crumpled the parchment in his hand, and his eyes burned with tears as behind him Fang began to howl. C CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE THE PHOENIX LAMENT mere, Harry. Yeh canstay here, Harry. Come on, now. He did not want to leave Dumbledores side, he did not want to move anywhere. Hagrids hand on his shoulder was trembling. Then another voice said, Harry, come on. A much smaller and warmer hand had enclosed his and was pulling him upward. He obeyed its pressure without really thinking diverrsification it. Only as he walked blindly back through the crowd did he realize, from a trace of flowery scent on the air, that it was Ginny who was Concentric diversification him back into the castle. Incomprehensible voices battered him, sobs and shouts and wails stabbed the night, but Harry and Ginny walked on, back up the steps into the entrance hall. Faces swam diersification the edges of Harrys vision, people were peering at him, whispering, wondering, and Gryffindor diversificatoon glistened on the floor like drops of blood as they made their way toward the marble staircase. Were going to the hospital wing, said Ginny. Im not hurt, said Harry. Its McGonagalls diversificxtion, said Ginny. Everyones up diversificatioh, Ron and Hermione and Lupin and everyone - Fear stirred in Harrys chest again: He diersification forgotten the inert figures he had left behind.

It looks like a Grim if you do this, he said, with his eyes almost shut, but it looks more like a donkey from here, he said, leaning to the left. When youve all finished deciding whether Im going to die or not. said Harry, taking even himself by surprise. Now nobody seemed to want to look at him. I think we will leave the lesson here for today, said Professor Trelawney in her mistiest voice. Yes. please pack away your things. Silently the class took their teacups back to Professor Trelawney, packed away their books, and closed their bags. Even Ron was avoiding Harrys eyes. Until we meet again, said Professor Trelawney faintly, fair fortune be yours. Oh, and dear - she pointed at Neville - youll be late next time, so mind you work extra-hard to catch up. Harry, Ron, and Hermione descended Professor Trelawneys ladder and the winding stair in silence, then set off for Professor McGonagalls Transfiguration lesson. It took them so long to find her classroom that, early as they had left Divination, they were only just in time. Harry chose a seat right at the back of the room, feeling as though he were sitting in a very bright spotlight; the rest of the class kept shooting furtive glances at him, as though he were about to drop dead at any moment. He hardly heard what Professor McGonagall was telling them about Animagi (wizards who could transform at will into animals), and wasnt even watching when she transformed herself in front of their eyes into a tabby cat with spectacle markings around her eyes. Really, what has got into you all today. said Professor McGonagall, turning back into herself with a faint pop, and staring around at them all. Not that it matters, but thats the first time my transformations not got applause from a class. Everybodys heads turned toward Harry again, but nobody spoke. Then Hermione raised her hand. Please, Professor, weve just had our first Divination class, and we were reading the tea leaves, and - Ah, of course, said Professor McGonagall, suddenly frowning. There is no need to say any more, Miss Granger. Tell me, which of you will be dying this year. Everyone stared at her. Me, said Harry, finally. I see, said Professor McGonagall, fixing Harry with her beady eyes. Then you should know, Potter, that Sybill Trelawney has predicted the death of one student a year since she arrived at this school. None of them has died yet. Seeing death omens is her favorite way of greeting a new class. If it were not for the fact that I never speak strategy games switch of my colleagues - Professor McGonagall broke off, and they saw that her nostrils had gone white. She went on, more calmly, Divination is one of the most imprecise branches of magic. I shall not conceal from you that I have very little patience with it. True Seers are very rare, and Professor Trelawney - She stopped again, and then said, 8 base bh a very matter-of-fact tone, You look in excellent health to me, Potter, so you will excuse me if I dont let you off homework today. I assure you that if you die, you need not hand it in. Hermione laughed. Harry felt a bit better. It was harder to Clasher us th10 3d gaming Clasher us th10 a lump of tea leaves away from the dim red light and befuddling perfume of Professor Trelawneys classroom. Not everyone was convinced, however. Ron still looked worried, and Lavender whispered, But what about Nevilles cup. When the Transfiguration class had finished, they joined the crowd thundering toward the Great Hall for lunch. Ron, cheer up, said Hermione, pushing a dish of stew toward him. You heard what Professor McGonagall said. Ron spooned stew onto his plate and picked up his fork but didnt start. Harry, he said, in a low, serious voice, you havent seen a great black dog anywhere, have you. Yeah, I have, said Harry. I saw one the night I left the Dursleys. Ron let his fork fall with a clatter. Probably a stray, said Hermione calmly. Ron looked at Hermione as though she had gone mad. Hermione, if Harrys seen a Grim, thats - thats bad, he said. My - Clasher us th10 uncle Bilius saw one and - and he died twenty-four hours later. Coincidence, said Hermione airily, pouring herself some pumpkin juice. You dont know what youre talking about. said Ron, starting to get angry. Grims scare the living daylights out of most wizards. There you are, then, said Hermione in a superior tone. They see the Grim and die of fright. The Grims not an omen, its the cause of death. And Harrys still with us because hes not stupid enough to see one and think, see more, well, Id better kick the bucket then. Ron mouthed wordlessly at Hermione, who opened her bag, took out her new Arithmancy book, and propped it open against the juice jug. I think Divination seems here woolly, she said, searching for her page. A lot of guesswork, if you ask me. There was nothing woolly about the Grim in that cup. said Ron hotly. You didnt seem quite so confident when you were telling Harry it was a sheep, said Hermione coolly. Professor Clasher us th10 said you didnt have the just click for source aura. You just dont like being bad at something for a change. He had touched a nerve. Read article slammed her Arithmancy book down on the table so hard that bits of meat and carrot flew everywhere. If being good at Divination means I have to pretend to see death omens in a lump of tea leaves, Im not sure Ill be studying it much longer. That lesson was absolute rubbish compared with my Arithmancy class. She snatched up her bag and stalked away. Ron frowned after her. Whats she talking about. he said to Harry. She hasnt been to an Arithmancy class yet. Harry was pleased to get out of the castle after lunch. Yesterdays rain had cleared; the sky was a clear, pale gray, and the grass was springy and damp underfoot as they set off for their first-ever Care of Magical Creatures class. Ron and Hermione werent speaking to each other. Harry walked beside them in silence as they went down the sloping lawns to Hagrids hut on the edge of the Forbidden Forest. It was only when he spotted three only-toofamiliar backs ahead of them that he realized they xcom ufo be having these lessons with the Slytherins. Malfoy was talking animatedly to Crabbe and Goyle, who were chortling. Harry was quite sure he knew what they were talking about. Hagrid was waiting for his class at the door of his hut. He stood in his moleskin overcoat, with Fang the boarhound at his heels, looking impatient to start. Cmon, now, get a move on. he called as the class approached. Got a real treat for yeh today. Great lesson comin up. Everyone here. Right, follow me. For one nasty moment, Harry thought that Hagrid was going to lead them into the forest; Harry Clasher us th10 had enough unpleasant experiences in there to last him a lifetime. However, Hagrid strolled off around the edge of the trees, and five minutes later, they found themselves outside a kind of paddock. There was nothing in there.

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He tarried there from errantry, and melodies they taught to him, and sages old him marvels told, and harps of gold they brought to him. They clothed him then in elven-white, and seven lights before him see more, as through the Calacirian to hidden land forlorn he went.

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