26 Apr 07
Harry should still be able to talk to Dumbledore's portrait in the headmasters office and ask him advice on certian things, but he also has everyone in the Order of The Phoenix to support him. Plus all his friends who have been very helpful and supportive throughout the series so far. But I think Harry's going to do what he thinks is best from now on anyway, so he may not even want to ask anyone for advice. He doesn't want to hurt anyone around him, so thinks it would be best to tackle Voldemort alone. I don't think it will work out that way though, and I actually think that Snape will help him out in some way in the last book. Not long until it's released now!
25 May 07
There are a lot of other good wizards who'll support Harry, but at this point, he has to do things by himself. He said so himself, but still I think at some point, he's gonna need some help right? There's always Hagrid and McGonagall and Lupin. Mr. and Mrs. Weasley also. Harry has a lot of support whenever he'd need it. And like a previous poster said, Harry could go talk to Dumbledore's portrait in the headmaster's room. I bet McGonagall is gonna do just that. But for me, nobody can ever replace DUmbledore...he has almost unlimited wisdom. But he has taught Harry very well. Like Dumbledore said, he'd only leave Hogwarts when none of the people there are loyal to him. I don't think that'll ever happen, so DUmbledore will always be with Harry.