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"I'm not going in that forest, he said, and Harry was pleased to hear the note of panic in his voice.
"Firenze!" Bane thundered. "What are you doing? You have a human on your back! Have you no shame? Are you a common mule?"
Just in case.
"Are there many of them in here?" asked Hermione.
Ron started to direct the black pieces. They moved silently wherever he sent them. Harry's knees were trembling. What if they lost?
"It's tonight," said Harry, once he was sure Professor McGonagall was out of earshot. "Snape's going through the trapdoor tonight. He's found out everything he needs, and now he's got Dumbledore out of the way. He sent that note, I bet the Ministry of Magic will get a real shock when Dumbledore turns up."
"Oh, Harry, we were sure you were going to -- Dumbledore was so worried --"
"I'm fine," said Harry, hardly knowing what he was saying. "The unicorn's dead, Hagrid, it's in that clearing back there."
"He'll be all right," said Harry, trying to convince himself. "What do you reckon's next?"
"Abou' time," he said. "I bin waitin' fer half an hour already. All right, Harry, Hermione?"
"I saw you and Snape in the forest --" he blurted out.
But leaving Neville lying motionless on the floor didn't feel like a very good omen. In their nervous state, every statue's shadow looked like Filch, every distant breath of wind sounded like Peeves swooping down on them. At the foot of the first set of stairs, they spotted Mrs. Norris skulking near the top.
Quirrell snapped his fingers. Ropes sprang out of thin air and wrapped themselves tightly around Harry.
"We were --" Harry began, without any idea what he was going to say.
They looked at each other.