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Albus Potter destroys the Hogsmeade permission form his father Harry tries to give him

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"How can you hate a place you haven’t actually visited yet?"
"Because I know it’ll be full of Hogwarts students."
-- Harry and Albus Potter (CC1.4)

Albus Potter uses the Fire-Making Spell (“Incendio”) to destroy the Hogsmeade permissions form his father Harry has signed. Harry had pointed out that it was a chance for Albus to go to Honeydukes without his mother Ginny interfering. However, Albus has an argument with his father about wanting to be himself – not trying to change himself into what Harry wants his son to be like (CC1.4).

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