Stronger United Part 2
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Help return Brilliant Foundables from the Ministry Lift during Part 2 of The Stronger United Brilliant Event, starting Tuesday, November 19 at 11 a.m. PT.
Harry informed me that the Calamity appears to be focused on the Ministry itself. It's vitally important that you continue returning the Foundables that you find, but I must ask you to be discreet.
The public is looking for the Ministry to be a source of calm. We have no idea what would happen if the Calamity just... whisked us all away at once. I don't think that's possible, but I also would never have imagined anything like was feasible in the first place.
BRILLIANT ARTHUR WEASLEY
Arthur was a dedicated Ministry employee, but he wasn't exactly famous. It's curious that the Calamity should focus on him.
If someone at the Ministry had to become a Foundable, it's better, I suppose, for it to be someone who has already come to terms with it. Honestly, it's rather awful.
It doesn't hurt, but you feel a stifling sense of something missing from you and, until it is returned, you cannot put your finger on what it is. I hope you never have to endure it.
Now Constance, I don't want you to worry. The effects of being a Foundable are uncomfortable, but as far as we know, there's no long-lasting harm...
Honestly? It's all a bit flattering, isn't it? All of my hard work has been noticed by the Calamity! I'm absolutely chuffed!
The Daily Prophet seems to turn up as a Foundable often. It's not surprising, given how desperately people await the latest issue for news on the Calamity. Since we haven't been able to do much more than slow it down, I fear they may be waiting a bit longer.
FLYING MINISTRY MEMOS
Sometimes I wonder if the Calamity has a sense of humour. The Ministry is famously bureaucratic, and our critics would no doubt be amused by our memos becoming Foundables.
Fortunately, the latest Calamity surge has subsided. Our Ministry employees can stop worrying about becoming Foundables but I have to be honest - these surges frighten me. What if they are just precursors to a larger, more dangerous aspect of the spell?