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But the blood of a foe ... Wormtail would have had me use any wizard, would you not, Wormtail? Any wizard who had hated me ... as so many of them still do. But I knew the one I must use, if I was to rise again, more powerful than I had been when I had fallen.
But Crouch took another deep breath and continued in the same flat voice.
"Stupefy!" Harry yelled.
At the mention of Dumbledore's name, the members of the circle stirred, and some muttered and shook their heads. Voldemort ignored them.
"You are prepared to believe that Lord Voldemort has returned, on the word of a lunatic murderer, and a boy who . . . well..."
The shadow of Bertha Jorkins surveyed the battle before her with wide eyes.
Mrs. Weasley grinned, her eyes twinkling.
They had left the Hogwarts grounds completely; they had obviously traveled miles -perhaps hundreds of miles - for even the mountains surrounding the castle were gone.
Harry heard a key scrape in a lock and felt a cup being pushed into his hands.
It stopped beside a towering marble headstone, only six feet from them. For a second.
"'The last thing to mend,'" Harry repeated. "Er ... no idea . . . 'middle of middle' . .
"I must go downstairs," he said finally. "I must see the Diggorys. Harry - take the rest of your potion. I will see all of you later."
appalled to speak.
"Hello, Hermione," said Mrs. Weasley, much more stiffly than usual.
"NOW!" Harry yelled; he didn't think he could have held on for another moment anyway -he pulled his wand upward with an almighty wrench, and the golden thread broke; the cage of light vanished, the phoenix song died - but the shadowy figures of Voldemort's victims did not disappear - they were closing in upon Voldemort, shielding Harry from his gaze -And Harry ran as he had never run in his life, knocking two stunned Death Eaters aside as he passed; he zigzagged behind headstones, feeling their curses following him, hearing them hit the headstones - he was dodging curses and graves, pelting toward Cedric's body, no longer aware of the pain in his leg, his whole being concentrated on what he had to do -