What does Piertotum locomotor mean?

What does Piertotum locomotor mean?

used to bring artefacts to life
Piertotum Locomotor is the incantation of a transfiguration charm used to bring artefacts to life. The target’s movements can be controlled by the caster of the spell.

What is Protego horribilis?

Protego horribilis was the incantation of a powerful protective charm.

What did Professor McGonagall say at the sorting ceremony?

‘Welcome to Hogwarts,’ said Professor McGonagall. ‘The start-of-term banquet will begin shortly, but before you take your seats in the Great Hall, you will be sorted into your houses. The Sorting is a very important ceremony because, while you are here, your house will be something like your family within Hogwarts.

Can Protego block Avada Kedavra?

Well, really Protego diabolica can act as shield against Avada Kedavra, because when Alastor said about killing curse, Dumbledore explained harry that priori incantatem can be succesful way to stop killing curse, because it becomes a clash of magics (It doesn’t matter spell, only power).

What does Salvio Hexia do?

Salvio hexia was the incantation of a protective enchantment which deflected hexes from the area.

What order does McGonagall say the houses?

Okay so I rereading the chamber of secrets and sorcerer’s stone and I realized that Prof McGonagall always names the houses in the same order, Gryfinndor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin.

What did McGonagall say about the Yule Ball?

Professor McGonagall started her speech. “The Yule Ball is a tradition of the Triwizard Tournament. On the night of Christmas, we and our guests shall gather in the Great Hall, for a night of friendship, and a well mannered frivolity.

What does protego Totalum mean?

Protego totalum was the incantation of a protective enchantment used to shield a certain area or dwelling for an extended period of time.

Why was Snape’s Avada Kedavra blue?

In order to conjure the avada kedavra curse, you have to want to kill your victim. We all know that Voldemort could easily kill a child without an ounce of remorse… but not Snape. Snape didn’t want to kill Dumbledore, and this was why the spell was blue instead of the usual green.

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