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"Do you think I could have a look at the rat?" he said evenly.
The whole of Gryffindor House was obsessed with the coming match. Gryffindor hadn't won the Quidditch Cup since the legendary Charlie Weasley (Ron's second oldest brother) had been seeker. But Harry doubted whether any of them, even Wood, wanted to win as much as he did. The enmity between Harry and Malfoy was at its highest point ever. Malfoy was still smarting ,bout the mud-throwing incident in Hogsmeade and was even more furious that Harry had somehow wormed his way out of punishment. Harry hadn't forgotten Malfoy's attempt to sabotage him in the match against Ravenclaw, but it was the matter of Buckbeak that made him most determined to beat Malfoy in front of the entire school.
Ron hesitated. Then at long last, he held out Scabbers and Lupin took him. Scabbers began to squeak without stopping, twisting and turning, his tiny black eyes bulging in his head. "Ready, Sirius?" said Lupin.
"Ask him!" said Ron, pointing a shaking finger at the back of Sir Cadogan's picture. "Ask him if he saw --"
Three dementors, three tall, black, hooded dementors, were looking up at him.
And he strode back into his cabin as someone knocked at the front door.
"I can't work, I can't concentrate," she said nervously.
Finally, after about twenty minutes, Ron's large feet reappeared on the ladder.
"JORDAN! ARE YOU BEING PAID TO ADVERTISE FIREBOLTS? GET ON WITH THE COMMENTARY!"
Black stared up at him out of those sunken eyes.
"We've got to go," said Harry at once. "He can't just sit there on his own, waiting for the executioner!"
"I am delighted that Gryffindor won the match, but this is getting ridiculous! Percy, I expected better of you!"
"Do you know them?" said Harry, impressed.
"Thank you, Harry," he said.
Harry and Hermione dashed across to him.
It took a little while to calm Hermione down. When at last she had regained a grip on herself, she, Harry, and Ron went back to the castle. Ron was still slightly inclined to laugh at Hermione's boggart, but an argument was averted by the sight that met them on the top of the steps.