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I'm assuming it was you who sent me that 'owl' Edit
Okay look, if I came across as harsh before then I apologise, but the thing is, this argument has been pushed far too often and I, along with several other users, have already given information on why Umbridge is not a Dark Witch. This is supported by the utmost facts (not our opinions) and no matter what you think has not been disproven by Rowling, you can't make edits to the article page based on something yet to be contradicted by the author. If you didn't understand my points before, then read them again because I can guarantee you that I know what I am talking about; therefore I very well can talk. Have you read the Harry Potter books properly? If so, you MUST know that Umbridge couldn't be a Dark Witch. Like I said, the Blood Quill may be a Dark artifact, but that doesn't mean someone who uses one is Dark themselves. Umbridge is an evil, twisted, authoratitive megalomaniac, but she never showed any interest in studying or practising the Dark Arts. Remember how hesitant she was when she tried to Cruciate Harry? She was talking herself into it, something a real Dark Witch wouldn't bother to do. The Dementors don't need Dark Magic to be ordered about otherwise how would Cornelius Fudge have been able to escort one into Hogwarts when Barty Crouch Junior was captured? Is he Dark now too? Sorry, but your argument makes no sense not mine. For the record, don't count on petty fansite debates you find off Google, they are as about as reliable sources of information as a piece of toast (Bye bye!).--Yin&Yang 13:19, November 24, 2009 (UTC)