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"Harry Potter," said Harry.
"Are you really?" said Hermione. "I know all about you, of course -- I got a few extra books for background reading, and you're in Modern Magical History and The Rise and Fall of the Dark Arts and Great Wizarding Events of the Twentieth Century."
"Am I?" said Harry, feeling dazed.
But Hermione had given Harry something else to think about as he climbed back into bed.
As they jostled their way through a crowd of confused Hufflepuffs, Harry suddenly grabbed Ron's arm.
Hermione hung her head. Harry was speechless. Hermione was the last person to do anything against the rules, and here she was, pretending
she had, to get them out of trouble.
Chess was the only thing Hermione ever lost at, something Harry and Ron thought was very
good for her.
Harry felt in the pocket of his robes and pulled out a Chocolate Frog, the very last one from the box Hermione had given him for Christmas.
"Come on, Harry!" Hermione screamed, leaping onto her seat to watch as Harry sped straight at Snape -- she didn't even notice Malfoy and Ron rolling around under her seat, or the scuffles and yelps coming from the whirl of fists that was Neville, Crabbe, and Goyle.
"Harry! Harry, are you all right?"
Hermione looked very frightened, but she had a word of comfort.
"Lucky you pay attention in Herbology, Hermione," said Harry as he joined her by the wall, wiping sweat off his face.
"Well -- I was lucky once, wasn't I?" said Harry, pointing at his scar. "I might get lucky again."
"See you over the summer, then."