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Harry checked his face in the cracked mirror. He was back to normal. He put his glasses on as Ron hammered on the door of Hermione's stall.
"He sounds like Percy," said Ron, wrinkling his nose in disgust. "Prefect, Head Boy ... probably top of every class -"
"There you are," he drawled, looking at them. "Have you two been pigging out in the Great Hall all this time? I've been looking for you; I want to show you something really funny."
"Can't hurt to have a poke around," said Harry, dropping his bag and getting to his hands and knees so that he could crawl along, searching for clues.
Malfoy glanced witheringly at Percy.
"Get off!" he said loudly, and then, "Dobby!"
As he left the Great Hall with Ron and Hermione to go and collect his Quidditch things, another very serious worry was added to Harry's growing list. He had just set foot on the marble staircase when he heard it yet again
It was Colin Creevey. His eyes were wide and his hands were stuck up in front of him, holding his camera.
"It wears off after a while," said Hermione, waving her hand
"Melted," said Madam Pomfrey wonderingly. "All melted..."
As they walked out onto the pitch, a roar of noise greeted them; mainly cheers, because Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff were anxious to see Slytherin beaten, but the Slytherins in the crowd made their boos and hisses heard, too. Madam Hooch, the Quidditch teacher, asked Flint and Wood to shake hands, which they did, giving each other threatening stares and gripping rather harder than was necessary.
"You don't think he managed to get a picture of his attacker?" said Professor McGonagall eagerly.
"Yeah, that's better . . . ."
And he strode off, the back of his neck as red as Ron's ears.