If Scorpius had any doubt about Jamie's words, the rest of his diatribe was enough proof for anyone. He'd never seen Jamie like this, so terribly human and hurting, and what is one supposed to do when faced with that? Scorpius did the only thing possibly and hugged him tight. Jamie had always seemed bigger than life in school and it was so strange to realize that Scorpius was a few inches taller. It'd never seemed like it.
Scorpius pulled back and cupped Jamie's face. "It's not your fault, Jamie. You couldn't have known that this was going to happen. I'm pretty sure that this has a way to happen to them." He was sure that they had some major blow up in their own timeline. He had been certain before this and there was no convincing him otherwise now. "If there's anyone to blame is a war that scarred them all. You're powerful, but not so powerful to change history, and therefore you can't take the blame."
He let go and started walking again, arm going around Jamie's waist once more. "I don't have an answer to that. It seems to me that we have more important things to worry about, like ensure that everyone goes back to content at the very least so the castle doesn't get upset. The Minister can wait."