Put yourself to the test by facing all the Feared Beast Adversaries!
Constance, are you all right? You're missing a shoe and... Are those webs in your hair?
Oh, this? I'm, er... trying out a new distressed look! Yes, that's it. What do you think?
I think you're trying - and failing miserably, might I add - to hide that a new surge of Adversaries has begun. Though I'm gobsmacked as to why.
Because I knew if I told you, you'd want to help, despite Ron requiring your full attention right now. Rather than tear you away from your attempts to restore his memories, I thought I'd handle these beasts myself.
I appreciate you trying to help, Constance, but the last thing I need right now is for you to keel over from exhaustion. We'll do this together, like always.
Merlin's beard, Harry! Those bags under your eyes are starting to form bags of their own.
Nonstop nightmares of Acromantulas, Basilisks, and dragons will do that to you. At least I've had a another glimpse into the The Unforgivable's memories, and an interesting one at that.
In my dream, Grim Fawley confronts me about a spell he's unearthed with the power to find what one desires most. I outwardly discourage him, but on the inside, I'm grinning. He's taken the bait, and as I leave, I 'accidentally' drop an article on Prague's collection of ancient tomes.
Feigning sympathy and encouraging Grim to move on, all the while knowing exactly what happened to Penelope... Just when you thought The Unforgivable couldn't get any more despicable, they go and lower the bar.
It also appears that The Unforgivable manipulated Grim into casting the Foundables Spell. But why go through all that trouble? Why not just cast it themselves? And what connection could Grim have had to them to put him in such a position to begin with?