Ambrose had no idea what he meant by his comment about the Carrows being the least of his worries. They really were the ones in power at school, and outside of the school it was his father and his friends. So as far as he was concerned, he didn't have any real worries. It was quite nice, actually.
"Well then do be on your way," Ambrose said, making a sweeping gesture in the direction of the library. "I'll see you soon, I'm sure. What with the keeping your eye on me and all."