“See what they’ve named themselves?” said Fudge quietly. “Dumbledore’s Army.”
Dumbledore reached out and took the piece of parchment from Fudge. He gazed at the heading scribbled by Hermione months before and for a moment seemed unable to speak. Then he looked up, smiling.
“Well, the game is up,” he said simply. “Would you like a written confession from me, Cornelius — or will a statement before these witnesses suffice?”
Harry saw McGonagall and Kingsley look at each other. There was fear in both faces. He did not understand what was going on, and neither, apparently, did Fudge.
“Statement?” said Fudge slowly. “What — I don’t — ?”
“Dumbledore’s Army, Cornelius,” said Dumbledore, still smiling as he waved the list of names before Fudge’s face. “Not Potter’s Army. Dumbledore’s Army.”
“But — but —”
Understanding blazed suddenly in Fudge’s face. He took a horrified step backward, yelped, and jumped out of the fire again.
“You?” he whispered, stamping again on his smoldering cloak.
“That’s right,” said Dumbledore pleasantly.
“You organized this?”
“I did,” said Dumbledore.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 27
And here’s already the next scene :)
The set 4729 Dumbledore’s Office was the only Harry Potter set I got in my childhood, but it’s one of the best sets of this series in my opinion. I had thought about using these spiral steps in a moc for a long time and now as I build this scene I had no choice to reuse them to where they came from.
Here you also see why I used white hair for Dumbledore — Vitruvius’ knotted beard is just perfect for him.
Fawkes is inspired my Markus’ version.
If you haven’t seen the first four parts so far, please have a look at the albums of my predecessors.
created by Marcel
created by Markus
created by Kevin
created by Thorsten
You can also find all the vignettes in our flickr group.