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"Harry! Good-o!" said Bagman happily, looking around at him. "Come in, come in, make yourself at home!"
But Harry had just seen Parvati and Lavender come in through the portrait hole. The time had come for drastic action.
"This is o'ny me second year," said Hagrid.
"Oh I suppose not," she sighed, and she sat down to watch their chess match, which culminated in an exciting checkmate of Ron's, involving a couple of recklessly brave pawns and a very violent bishop.
The bell rang, and there was the usual scuffle of activity as everyone packed their bags and swung them onto their shoulders.
. Harry. . . could I have a quick word? Outside?"
"Dobby!" Harry yelled, scrambling away from the elf so fast he almost fell out of bed.
Because if he did, he's a really good actor. He seemed furious about it. He wanted to stop me from competing."
"Dobby, what're you doing here?" Harry said in amazement. "Dobby has come to work at Hogwarts, sir!" Dobby squealed excitedly. "Professor Dumbledore gave Dobby and Winky jobs, sir!
Parvati went into a fit of giggles. Harry waited for them to subside, his fingers crossed in the pocket of his robes.
At two o'clock in the morning, Harry stood near the fireplace, surrounded by heaps of objects: books, quills, several upturned chairs, an old set of Gobstones, and Neville's toad, Trevor. Only in the last hour had Harry really got the hang of the Summoning Charm.
"Right little ray of sunshine, aren't you?" said Ron. "You and Professor Trelawney should get together sometime."
"I think this is the best thing that could have happened to those elves, you know," said Hermione, leading the way back up the marble staircase. "Dobby coming to work here, I mean. The other elves will see how happy he is, being free, and slowly it'll dawn on them that they want that too!"
Ron said he would wait, so Harry reentered the tent, which somehow looked quite different now: friendly and welcoming. He thought back to how he'd felt while dodging the Horntail, and compared it to the long wait before he'd walked out to face it.... There was no comparison; the wait had been immeasurably worse.