"He wants to obliviate the Seer and any witness. I don't think his brain caught up with his mouth and he didn't realize that said Seer would be me," she said, before shrugging. "Don't think I'm taking this lightly. I will be keeping track of my visions and if I figure out that they have obliviated me, I will hex them. They can't become Dark Wizards if I kill them. On the other hand, I'm hoping this is Ron being Ron and Harry would know better- What the fuck am I saying? Of course he won't know better. For all that he's in charge, he'll go along with them too."
She frowned. "He's the bloke who turned to Voldemort, got his friends killed and then brought Voldemort back. How sweet is he? Because I'm not sure that's the word I would associate with him." She shrugged. "If there's one person who understands doing whatever is necessary, that's Snape. I think everyone is underestimating him."
Parvati giggled at the comment. "It's perfect. They can have more accolades and we get to have fun this time around. You know, the only thing that's making me want to do this instead of running them out is Harry's memories. He- Padma, he has no idea how to live. It's depressing. He has no hobby, no interests, nothing he loves doing. He has spent his life since he was eleven trying to stay alive and he knows nothing else. What he did was crucial, but it's no life. He couldn't do what I want to do, not because he's mean or whatever, but because he can't even imagine having fun."