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Harry Potter Spells #1
Type in the correct spell in coordination to its explanation.
Last updated: November 5, 2012
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November 5, 2012
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Summons object to the caster
Is used to disarm another wizard
Causes victim to become confused and forgetful
Causes the victim of this curse to obey the commands of the caster
Shields the conjuror from dementors or lethifolds
Unlocks locked objects
Cuts or rips objects
Also known as the killing curse
Used to heal relatively minor injuries
Produces fire from the casters wand
The vicitm is dangled upside-down by one of their ankles
Creates a beam of light from the casters wand
Also known as the body-bind curse
Erases the memory of the person the spell is cast upon
Summons the Dark Mark
Used to repair objects
Stuns the opponent of the caster
Creates a shield around the caster
Levitates objects in the air
Enables the caster to explode solid objects
Also known as the tickling charm
May 17, 2012
Isn't it Morsmordre?
May 18, 2012
Yes, thank you, it is now fixed.
Jul 20, 2012
Typed in "morsmordre" and it didn't register.
Dec 5, 2012
I tried "bombarda" for "enables the caster to explode solid objects." Y'know, like Umbridge said? "Bombarda maxima." Then the wall blew up? I also tried "relashio" for "cuts or rips objects." On a side note, I'm surprised "nox" isn't on there. It is the countercurse for the light spell. (Not saying what it is, 'cause that's a spoiler.)
Oct 29, 2014
I thought the exploding spell was confringo, what Harry uses to explode Here it's cage in the book.
Mar 3, 2019
It is. The one in the quiz reduces things...
Nov 26, 2016
I don't think the description for 'Expelliarmus' is accurate. In the fourth book, during the third task of the Tri-Wizard Tournament, Harry uses Expelliarmus on a giant spider that is holding him up in the air, making it drop him. The spider was not another wizard, but it worked. So Expelliarmus is not only used to disarm another wizard.
Nov 26, 2016
Also, I swear 'rictusempra' is missspelled. I thought it was 'rictuMsempra' and that is how I spelled it.
Feb 24, 2017
Episkey is only for noses - not for any old injury! The medical name for a nosebleed is 'epistaxis' from the ancient Greek.
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