The SOS Task Force have received reports of Ancient Hungarian Horntails hunting agents in the field. Your training will be put to the test as you face this fearsome Foe!
Harry, we're seeing an explosion of Adversary activity. Ancient Hungarian Horntails in particular are popping up all over the world, nesting in bank vaults, attacking Muggle flying contraptions, setting palm trees on fire... it's a right mess out there.
That must be why I've been having so many nightmares about the First Task of the Triwizard Tournament lately. The Unforgivable are harvesting my memories again.
And apparently they've figured out a way to create surge-like waves of Adversary attacks from them, so that's just lovely, isn't it?
I know things are... less than ideal, Constance, but we'll get through this. Remember, there are more of us than there are of them. If we band together, we can put an end to this.
You know what, Harry? You're absolutely right. Losing our heads now won't do us any good. Better to channel that energy into duelling Adversaries and putting an end to this wave.
Well, we managed to withstand this wave of Adversary attacks with only minor burns, so I'd call this operation a success. But I'm confused.
I was convinced The Unforgivable's goal was to try to bring back Voldemort and the Death Eaters. But an Ancient Hungarian Horntail - even an Adversary-ified version - doesn't exactly fit that narrative, does it?
Perhaps Harry's efforts to block them are working and they're not able summon any other Death Eaters? Or they're trying to throw us off their trail? It's also equally possible we're misunderstanding their intentions completely. With The Unforgivable, it's hard to say for certain.
Is it too much to ask for enemies who make their evil plans explicitly clear?
Regardless of their true goal, one thing is clear: we cannot allow Adversaries to continue to be brought into the world.