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"See?" said Hermione, when Harry and Ron had finished. "The dog must be guarding Flamel's Sorcerer's Stone! I bet he asked Dumbledore to keep it safe for him, because they're friends and he knew someone was after it, that's why he wanted the Stone moved out of Gringotts!"
"They're in here somewhere," they heard him mutter, "probably hiding."
Snape spat bitterly on the ground.
children blew bubbles through, except that they were fifty feet high.
"Well, a second's there to take over if you die," said Ron casually, getting started at last on his cold pie. Catching the look on Harry's face, he added quickly, "But people only die in proper duels, you know, with real wizards. The most you and Malfoy'll be able to do is send sparks at each other. Neither of you knows enough magic to do any real damage. I bet he expected you to refuse, anyway."
"I don't want more trouble," he mumbled.
"What are you doing?" moaned Ron, gray-faced.
Harry left, before Snape could take any more points from Gryffindor. He sprinted back upstairs.
Harry ripped open the letter first, which was lucky, because it said:
"I know what you're thinking about, Harry, that mirror. Don't go back tonight."
"You don't understand, Professor. Harry Potter's coming -- he's got a dragon!"
"Malfoy," said Neville shakily. "I met him outside the library. He said he'd been looking for someone to practice that on."
"Crabbe," he said. "Midnight all right? We'll meet you in the trophy room; that's always unlocked."
Everyone fell over laughing except Hermione, who leapt up and performed the countercurse. Neville's legs sprang apart and he got to his feet, trembling. "What happened?" Hermione asked him, leading him over to sit with Harry and Ron.
"Sir -- Professor Dumbledore? Can I ask you something?"