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"I don't believe it," he said hoarsely.
"Probably cost more than all the Slytherins' brooms put together," said Ron happily.
"I do, Severus," said Dumbledore, and there was something like warning in his voice.
"Worse even than that, rn'dear...." Fudge dropped his voice and proceeded in a sort of low rumble. "Not many people are aware that the Potters knew You-Know-Who was after them. Dumbledore, who was of course working tirelessly against You-Know-Who, had a number of useful spies. One of them tipped him off, and he alerted James and Lily at once. He advised them to go into hiding. Well, of course, You-Know-Who wasn't an easy person to hide from. Dumbledore told them that their best chance was the Fidelius Charm."
Lupin looked at him quickly.
As Harry was helping himself to roast potatoes, the doors of the Great Hall opened again. It was Professor Trelawney, gliding toward them as though on wheels. She had put on a green sequined dress in honor of the occasion, making her look more than ever like a glittering, oversized dragonfly.
"It's not as bad as it sounds, you know," said George. "We don't reckon Filch ever found out how to work it. He probably suspected what it was, though, or he wouldn't have confiscated it."
Harry snorted. He doubted whether Fred and George had ever been innocent.
Draco Malfoy had arrived for a closer look, Crabbe and Coyle right behind him.
"But you were innocent!" said Hermione.
"Can we have another go? Just one more go?"
Ron caught up with them five minutes later, in a towering rage.
"What are you doing?" said Harry curiously. "How come you're not going to Hogsmeade?"
The Fat Lady's ripped canvas had been taken off the wall and
"It has nothing to do with weakness," said Professor Lupin sharply, as though he had read Harry's mind. "The dementors affect you worse than the others because there are horrors in your past that the others don't have."