- He wondered whether it had been Bane who had kicked Firenze in the chest.
- Harry remembered how, nearly four years ago, the centaur Bane had shouted at Firenze for allowing Harry to ride to safety on his back; he had called him a ’common mule’.
- Harry recognised the black-bodied and bearded Bane, whom he had met nearly four years ago on the same night he had met Firenze.
- Bane gave no sign that he had ever seen Harry before.
- ’As are you, human,’ said Bane, ’coming back into our Forest when we warned you —’
- ’I shall let you pass today because you are accompanied by your young —’ They’re not his!’ interrupted Bane contemptuously.
- Hagrid,’ said Hermione in a high-pitched and terrified voice, as both Bane and the grey centaur pawed at the ground, ’let’s go, please let’s go!
- ’What did you call us?’ shouted a wild-looking black centaur, whom Harry recognised as Bane.
- ’ "Near-human intelligence"?’ repeated Magorian, as Bane and several others roared with rage and pawed the ground.
- ’Whose Forest is it now, human?’ bellowed Bane.
- Over the plunging, many-coloured backs and heads of the centaurs, Harry saw Umbridge being borne away through the trees by Bane.
- Lifting his head a few inches, Harry saw that Umbridge had been seized from behind by Bane and lifted high into the air, wriggling and yelling with fright.
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- "Since our country’s birth, the rebel forces have been the bane of our society.
Kiera Cass -- The One
- Ask your friend Magnus Bane, if you do not believe me.
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