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Wednesday, October 29th, 2003
Things are coming along incredibly smoothly. True to his word, Lucius was able to weasel out of Fudge exactly where the prophecy was hidden. Even got to view the room, and this enabled him to tell us exactly where it was, how to get there, and what obstacles and/or guards we might encounter. All in all it was a very fruitful end to a long search, and I am quite pleased.

Everything is nearly ready now. All that is left are a few last minute preparations - most of which have been delegated to others. The great majority of my army, including nearly all but a few of my most trusted Death Easters, does not know what is going to happen in two nights time. I believe nearly all suspect, however, judging by the gleeful expressions and the decrease in complaints and whines about how I'm "not doing anything."

If only the bloody beasts knew.

From Halloween night forward I intend that our enemies spend no night - indeed, no day - without fear of when or where I might strike next. I will no longer restrain myself because of the uncertainty brought on by a worthless prophecy.

I will hit where it hurts the most - family members, friends, co-workers - anyone that holds any friendly connections and sympathies with those who are my enemy.

And I will make sure that in the end Harry Potter meets his death at the end of my wand.

Nothing else matters. Dumbledore is an old fool who will surely die from heart failure once he learns that the Boy-Who-Didn't-Quite-Make-It fell dead at my feet.

I wish there was a way for me to see the expression on his face when he hears about Hogsmeade. I truly wish. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than to see the realization that his war has already be lost to me slowly take over his wrinkled old face and the light sucked out of his eyes.

I always did hate that sparkle.

current mood: accomplished

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