What's the matter, Harry? The way you keep touching your scar, it's almost as if... Oh no...
Our worst fears have been realised, Hermione. Despite our best attempts to stop her, Constance has used my memories of Voldemort to create Adversaries that resemble him.
If these Adversaries have even a fraction of the real Voldemort's power, there's no telling what harm they'll do. All becuase Constance believes it's worth putting an untold amount of lives at risk so some might act out their "Chosen One" fantasies.
I doubt anyone would want to be the "Chosen One" if they knew all the pain and suffering that went along with it. Everyone wants to be a hero, but few realise the burden and responsibility involved.
You're absolutely right, Harry. If Constance wants to fancy herself a hero then it's about time she accepts the responsibility that goes with it.
Why did you bring me to St Mungo's?
I thought you might want to see the fruits of your labour. All the patients in this wing were injured in your latest Adversary attack. And these are just the local cases. Hospitals around the world are full of your victims.
I wasn't trying to hurt anyone... Do you know how many witches and wizards fantasize what it would be like to fight Voldemort and the Death Eaters like Harry did? To become a hero? All I did was make their dreams a reality!
Perhaps, but how many did you hurt in the process? You might not have intended for things to turn out this way, but that does not absolve you of the consequences of your actions. It's time to take responsibility and end this, Constance.