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"We had to, Neville, no time to explain," said Harry.
Harry pushed the door open.
To help you in your choice, we give you these clues four:
"I feared I might be too late."
"Yes, please," said Ron, but Harry cut him off.
"All right, but I warn yeh, he's a coward," said Hagrid. " So me, Harry, an' Hermione'll go one way an' Draco, Neville, an' Fang'll go the other. Now, if any of us finds the unicorn, we'll send up green sparks, right? Get yer wands out an' practice now -- that's it -- an' if anyone gets in trouble, send up red sparks, an' we'll all come an' find yeh -- so, be careful -- let's go."
"Why?" panted Hermione, hurrying to keep up.
Harry wasn't listening.
It was Professor McGonagall, carrying a large pile of books.
At last, a great crunching noise announced Hagrid's return. Malfoy, Neville, and Fang were with him. Hagrid was fuming. Malfoy, it seemed, had sneaked up behind Neville and grabbed him as a joke. Neville had panicked and sent up the sparks.
All they could hear apart from their footsteps was the gentle drip of water trickling down the walls. The passageway sloped downward, and Harry was reminded of Gringotts. With an unpleasant jolt of the heart, he remembered the dragons said to be guarding vaults in the wizards' bank. If they met a dragon, a fully-grown dragon -- Norbert had been bad enough...
"Good evening, Hagrid, I hope you are well?"
"Always the innocent are the first victims," he said. "So it has been for ages past, so it is now."
"These birds... they can't be here just for decoration," said Hermione.
Quirrell was walking backward at him, so that Voldemort could still see him. The evil face was now smiling.