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Them using polyjuice was a big part of the seventh book, though.
And with the ease that Harry and his friends were able to use polyjuice potions and confusion spells to gain entry into heavily magically defended areas, whats the point of even trying to defend them?
Real witchcraft has nothing to do with brooms or polyjuice spells.
Why doesn’t Dumbledore see through the polyjuice potion at any point?
(She'll likely have to shoot over her winter break, she says, and since the plot does involve polyjuice potion - "Helena Bonham Carter will be playing Hermione for a bit.") "There's not, like, a burning passion in me," she admits, "that I have to act and I don't care what I do.