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A Slight Problem
It would not be the first time Percy Weasley had been catapulted into an elephantine mess by a smaller man.
“Is that why you’re sad?” Hugo asked. “I could get you some food from the kitchens. They keep it for the ghosts now,” he said.
“HUGO WEASLEY! YOU HAVE NOT HAD YOUR CHOCOLATE TONIGHT!”
And Another Plan
Third is more complicated. Third involves relatives, and debts. It’s complicated because they don’t have to be actual relatives, just people who are kindred spirits who need your help.
To Persuade the Minister
Hugo let out a loud gasp. “You’re old!” he said, pointing an accusing finger in Cedric’s direction.
To Restore Tradition
Ghost Cedric took a moment to consider. “You have heard my case, Father. I stand behind everything I said earlier, although I’m very sorry to have upset you, Rose.”
To Its Rightful Place
If you have been wallowing in the recesses of Hogwarts Castle or burrowing in the undiscovered crannies of the British countryside, allow me to announce to you that the TriWizard Tournament, a monumental and centuries-old international affair, is yet again slated to take place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry this school year, and see if that shall drag you out again into the bright sunlight of hope for a better future.
But that was all gone, and done, and did not bear agonizing over.
With a Flourish
Hugo noticed that though there was a great number of people stuffed into a greenhouse, it did not much feel like class time.
If Hugo could say he had mastered anything since the Yule Ball fifth year, alas, it could not have been subtlety--Marjie noticed him pulling up his collar from two people over and reached behind their heads to give Hugo’s a proper bean. He lurched forward, choking on some vagrant spittle.
BOOK II, part i - Training
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