More Harry Potter Spells

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Brings someone out of unconsciousness.
Makes victim's legs dance uncontrollably, so the victim cannot control his or her movements.
Conjures a serpent from the spell caster’s wand.
Spell used to animate statues and suits of armour to do the caster's bidding.
Creates a duplicate of any object upon which it is cast. As revealed by the goblin Griphook, any copies created are worthless. The duplicate lasts several hours. Magical properties
Glues the victim's tongue to the roof of his/her mouth. Created by Severus Snape.
Lifts a body a few inches off the ground and levitates it where the caster points his or her wand
Causes anything that the spell meets to explode in flames.
Siphons material from a surface, (e.g., blood, ink, dust, etc.)
Produces a jet of water from the caster's wand.
Causes the steps on a stairway to flatten and form a ramp or slide.
Causes the victim to become confused, befuddled, overly forgetful and prone to follow simple orders without thinking about them.
Causes the target to become covered in boils.
Produces fire.
Reveals humans near the caster.
Used to heal relatively minor injuries. When this spell is cast, the person feels his/her injured body part go very hot and then very cold.
Enables the caster to explode solid objects.
Conjures the Dark Mark.
Causes conjured objects to attack. Used with Avis.
The subject experiences the sensation of being tickled
A spell used when fighting a Boggart.
Spell used to strengthen an enclosure from enemies.
This charm creates a flock of birds that pour forth from the caster's wand.
Appears to launch small objects through the air.
Keeps nearby people, or those to whom the wand is directed, from hearing nearby conversations.
A spell that causes an object to explode. The force of the explosion may depend on the intent of the caster.
Cuts or rips objects.
Makes the target vanish.
Violently wounds the target; described as being as though the subject had been 'slashed by a sword'.
Clears the target's airway, if blocked.

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