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Chapter Twenty-Two: The Deathly Hallows
The trio gets settled back into camp after their betrayal by Xenophilius. They still are discussing the probability that the Deathly Hallows are real; Hermione doesn’t believe in them at all, Ron doesn’t know what to think, and Harry thinks they just might be real. 

"Three objects, or Hallows, which, if united, will make the possessor master of Death … Master … Conqueror … Vanquisher … The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death …
And he saw himself, possessor of the Hallows, facing Voldemort, whose Horcrux were no match … Neither can live while the other survives … Was this the answer? Hallows versus Horcruxes?”

The more and more Harry obsesses over the Hallows, the more and more he believes this is what Dumbledore has set out for him. The Trio finally gets to listen to Potterwatch where they get to hear Fred, George, Lee Jordan, Kingsley and the lovely Remus Lupin.

"The Boy Who Live’ remains a symbol of everything for which we are fighting; the triumph of good, the power of innocence, the need to keep resisting."
A mixture of gratitude and shame welled up in Harry. Had Lupin forgiven him, then, for the terrible things he had said when they had last met?
"And what would you say to Harry if you knew he was listening. Romulus?
"I’d tell him we’re all with him in spirit," said Lupin, then hesitated slightly. "And I’d tell him to follow his instincts, which are good and nearly always right."

After the Potterwatch broadcasting Harry says Voldemort’s name —which is Taboo!— and snatchers surround their campsite.
«I love that Lupin forgave Harry, and equally important, that he realized Harry was right. :)

Chapter Twenty-Two: The Deathly Hallows

The trio gets settled back into camp after their betrayal by Xenophilius. They still are discussing the probability that the Deathly Hallows are real; Hermione doesn’t believe in them at all, Ron doesn’t know what to think, and Harry thinks they just might be real. 

"Three objects, or Hallows, which, if united, will make the possessor master of Death … Master … Conqueror … Vanquisher … The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death …

And he saw himself, possessor of the Hallows, facing Voldemort, whose Horcrux were no match … Neither can live while the other survives … Was this the answer? Hallows versus Horcruxes?”

The more and more Harry obsesses over the Hallows, the more and more he believes this is what Dumbledore has set out for him. The Trio finally gets to listen to Potterwatch where they get to hear Fred, George, Lee Jordan, Kingsley and the lovely Remus Lupin.

"The Boy Who Live’ remains a symbol of everything for which we are fighting; the triumph of good, the power of innocence, the need to keep resisting."

A mixture of gratitude and shame welled up in Harry. Had Lupin forgiven him, then, for the terrible things he had said when they had last met?

"And what would you say to Harry if you knew he was listening. Romulus?

"I’d tell him we’re all with him in spirit," said Lupin, then hesitated slightly. "And I’d tell him to follow his instincts, which are good and nearly always right."

After the Potterwatch broadcasting Harry says Voldemort’s name —which is Taboo!— and snatchers surround their campsite.

«I love that Lupin forgave Harry, and equally important, that he realized Harry was right. :)

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