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"Oh it's so beautiful!" whispered Lavender Brown. "How did she get it? They're supposed to be really hard to catch!"
Why would a bath help him to work out what the wailing egg meant? Was Cedric pulling his leg? Was he trying to make Harry look like a fool, so Cho would like him even more by comparison?
Myrtle... thanks for your help."
Ron changed tack at the speed of light.
"Well, thanks," said Harry, "but I think I'm nearly there with the egg . . . couple more days should crack it."
Percy had bustled over, rubbing his hands together and looking extremely pompous.
Ron looked around at Harry, his expression very serious indeed.
Krum was looking surly again.
"Slow, aren't you?"
"Where's Hagrid?" Harry repeated loudly.
"Potter," he said quietly.
Hagrid didn't answer. They could hear Fang scratching at the door, whining, but it didn't open. They hammered on it for ten more minutes; Ron even went and banged on one of the windows, but there was no response.
She and the girls walked slowly forward toward the unicorn, leaving the boys standing near the paddock fence, watching. The moment Professor Grubbly-Plank was out of earshot.
"Maybe she heard him telling Madame Maxime at the ball," said Hermione quietly.
He was very fond of his map, but on the other hand, he was extremely relieved that Moody wasn't asking where he'd got it, and there was no doubt that he owed Moody a favor.
In a bizarre twist, Hagrid is reputed to have developed a close friendship with the boy who brought around You-Know-Who's fall from power - thereby driving Hagrid's own mother, like the rest of You-Know-Who's supporters, into hiding. Perhaps Harry Potter is unaware of the unpleasant truth about his large friend - but Albus Dumbledore surely has a duty to ensure that Harry Potter, along with his fellow students, is warned about the dangers of associating with part-giants.,