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"Lucky this plant thing's here, really," said Ron.
Whatever Professor McGonagall had expected, it wasn't that. The books she was carrying tumbled out of her arms, but she didn't pick them up. "How do you know --?" she spluttered.
She eyed him with a mixture of shock and suspicion.
"Yeah," said Hagrid, glancing up, too. "Listen, I'm glad we've run inter yeh, Ronan, 'cause there's a unicorn bin hurt -- you seen anythin'?"
"Good evening to you, Hagrid," said Ronan. He had a deep, sorrowful voice. "Were you going to shoot me?"
"Good evening," said Ronan. "Students, are you? And do you learn much, up at the school?"
"Right then," said Hagrid, "now, listen carefully, 'cause it's dangerous what we're gonna do tonight, an' I don' want no one takin' risks. Follow me over here a moment."
A few seconds later, they were there, outside the third-floor corridor -- and the door was already ajar.
So he knew. The feeling suddenly surged back into Harry's legs. He stumbled backward.
"Dunno, some sort of plant thing. I suppose it's here to break the fall. Come on, Hermione!"
Harry suddenly jumped to his feet.
Ron started to direct the black pieces. They moved silently wherever he sent them. Harry's knees were trembling. What if they lost?
"Professor Dumbledore is a very great wizard, Potter, he has many demands on his time --
Ronan pawed the ground nervously. "I'm sure Firenze thought he was acting for the best, " he said in his gloomy voice.
"You can't!" said Hermione. "After what McGonagall and Snape have said? You'll be expelled!"