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“I can’t. I’m part of the ship now, Will. I can’t leave. Take this,” he said, handing him a black knife from his belt. “Always meant for you to have it ...”Will smiled. “I will see you free of this prison. I promise you.”Will slipped into the longboat and disappeared on the dark waters of the night....

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'Its just so unfair,' said Alicia numbly. 'I mean, what about Crabbe and that Bludger he hit after the whistle had been blown? Has she banned him?' 'No,' said Ginny miserably; she and Hermione were sitting on either side of Harry. 'He just got lines, I heard Montague laughing about it at dinner.' 'And banning Fred when he didn't even do anything!' said Alicia furiously, pummelling her knee with her fist....

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What a blow for those who have always portrayed Dumbledore as the Muggle-borns greatest champion! How hollow those speeches promoting Muggle rights seem in the light of this damning new evidence! How despicable does AlbusDumbledore appear, busy plotting his rise to power when he should have beenmourning his mother and caring for his sister!No doubt those determined to keep Dumbledore on his crumbling pedestalwill bleat that he did not, after all, put his plans into action, that he must havesuffered a change of heart, that he came to his senses. However, the truth seemsaltogether more shocking.Barely two months into their great new friendship, Dumbledore andGrindelwald parted, never to see each other again until they met for theirlegendary duel (for more, see chapter 22). What caused this abrupt rupture? HadDumbledore come to his senses? Had he told Grindelwald he wanted no morepart in his plans? Alas, no.It was poor little Ariana dying, I think, that did it, says Bathilda. It cameas an awful shock. Gellert was there in the house when it happened, and hecame back to my house all of a dither, told me he wanted to go home the nextday. Terribly distressed, you know. So I arranged a Portkey and that was the lastI saw of him.Albus was beside himself at Arianas death. It was so dreadful for those twobrothers. They had lost everybody except for each other. No wonder tempersran a little high. Aberforth blamed Albus, you know, as people will under thesedreadful circumstances. But Aberforth always talked a little madly, poor boy....