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"Are you all right, Harry?"
'He will only be gone from the school when none here are loyal to him,' said Harry, smiling in spite of himself.
'No,' he said. 'I've got back-up. There are Death Eaters here in your school tonight.'
"Then that's what'll happen, isn't it?" said Harry fiercely.
Harry looked at him, startled; the idea that anything as normal as a wedding could still exist seemed incredible and yet wonderful.
"It's McGonagalls orders," said Ginny. "Everyone's up there, Ron and Hermione and Lupin and everyone -"
'In there,' whispered Ginny in Harry's ear.
Mrs. Weasley raised her tear-stained face, looking startled. "Well -only that-"
Apart from his friends, the thing that Harry missed most about Hogwarts was Quidditch, the most popular sport in the magical world -- highly dangerous, very exciting, and played on broomsticks. Harry happened to be a very good Quidditch player; he had been the youngest person in a century to be picked for one of the Hogwarts House teams. One of Harry's most prized possessions was his Nimbus Two Thousand racing broom.
"Woss your name?" Stan persisted.
'Well, I certainly did have a drink ... and I came back ... after a fashion,' mumbled Dumbledore. 'So you decided to spring a trap for me?'
Aunt Marge had already had quite a lot of wine. Her huge face was very red.
Malfoy merely stared at him.
'No, Draco,' said Dumbledore quietly. 'It is my mercy, and not yours, that matters now.'
How long they all stood there, listening, he did not know, nor why it seemed to ease their pain a little to listen to the sound of their mourning, but it felt like a long time later that the hospital door opened again and Professor McGonagall entered the ward. Like all the rest, she bore marks of the recent battle: There were grazes on her face and her robes were ripped.;