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You just got bitten by a poisonous snake and need the antidote. You see a shop that displays the exact bottle of poison antidote right at the store front but the store is closed. Do you:
Break the window and grab the antidote- the bite hurts, there's no time for petty morals in situations like these. I mean, the storekeeper can do without 1 bottle of the damn antidote but you, however, cannot.
Curse and limp back to school, where you hope to brew your own antidote in the dungeons. The bite doesn't hurt that badly and you think you'll be able to brew it in time. There's no need to break somebody's window and steal a bottle of antidote. You only break the rules when it's absolutely absolutely necessary and right now it's not.
Call your trusted friend for help. He'll know what to do.
You read somewhere that the wound can be treated with some assola tree bark and spider cobweb, both of which you happen to have in your pockets. So you grind them into paste and rub it in your wound.
It's a beautiful sunday morning. What are you most likely to be doing right now?
I'm at a party (that started last afternoon), having a blast, queen of the dance floor. I have a hangover from last night, but whatever- there's nothing a little alcohol won't solve ;P
I'm enjoying some quiet me-time, reading a book, thinking, listening to music. There's nothing like a cup of coffee and a good dose of silence.
I've snuck out of school and gone exploring somewhere I've never been to by broomstick. A couple of loop-de-loops, wind in my face, that's exhilaration for you.
I'll laze around in bed for a bit, get a bubble bath and then head down to the breakfast hall for a good long breakfast with my bestie.
So let's imagine you lived around the same time as Harry's parents did, during the rise of Voldemort and the first wizarding war. What do you think you were most likely to be doing at the time?
I'm banding together some brave souls- we're going to stop Voldemort before he gets too powerful. I might die, but nobody else will have to die later on if I get rid of that son of a bitch now, once and for all.
The reason why Voldemort (and Hitler) was able to rise to power was because he fought a very smart ideological war. He managed to drum up hatred against a group of people and make them the scapegoats. I'll try to convince the wizarding world of the opposite and rally them around my cause instead. There's no use fighting- that'll only lead to violence and bloodshed.
I'm not sure. We'd all like to say that we'll be at the forefront, fighting and dying, but the truth is, 90% of us will be hiding in our houses, praying that our children and loved ones survive. When push comes to shove, I think what I value most is the lives of those closest to me and I'll do anything I can to protect them. Those people who lose their lives fighting Voldemort are honorable, but what of their children? Their families? I think I'll be part of the 90%
I'll join Voldemort. I'll become his right hand man, and then I'll kill him, seize power and make sure that under me, the world is peaceful and safe and harmonious.
Learning strange things, stumbling across ancient magic in the Egyptian catacombs, and finally learning about a powerful form of dark magic known as Horcruxes. You tell trusted friends about this (one of them Dumbledore) and try to find the first Horcrux to destroy.
Imagine that, like Harry Potter, you're not allowed into Hogsmeade because your stupid idiot uncle wouldn't sign the consent form. What would you do in his position?
Brew a polyjuice potion that turns you into Professor McGonagall and lead the whole group of your fellow classmates into Hogsmeade before the real Professor McGonagall even knows what's happening.
Beg Professor McGonagall to let you go. After all, it isn't your fault that your uncle is an asshole.
Go anyway, heck the consequences. You're never one to plan more than ten minutes in advance. (Which is probably the unfortunate reason as to why you always run out of toilet paper in the toilet.)
Well, who cares anyways- you're very happy staying in the common room- everyone's gone and you can finally have some peace and quiet at last. Time to recline in any armchair you like (no one to compete with you) sip a cup of tea and finish that book you haven't had time to read in weeks, what with exams and the constant din of social obligations....
Throw a huge, elaborate party (with your secret stash of butterbeer) in Hogwarts that everyone attends, despite the fact that it's Hogsmeade weekend (because you're throwing it). Everyone has a blast and no one goes to Hogsmeade, much to Madame Rosmerta's perplexed disbelief.
Dementors attacking outside the train!!
Those stupid black hideous things! You punch a hole through the window and 'expecto patronum' them one by one through the broken glass. That'll teach 'em not to mess with your mode of transportation!
Wake that sleeping professor in your train compartment and pray he knows what he's doing. In the mean time, scream and hope that maybe the sounds of your distress will deafen the infernal beasts.
Reassure anyone who's scared, grab the treats trolley from the frightened lady (reassure her as well as you press a heap of coins into her hands) and go around distributing chocolate.
Cast a 'hyper speed' spell on the train. It warps time and space and arrives at Hogwarts, leaving the perplexed dementors behind.
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