Etymology: Vulnera Sanentur derives from the Latin vulnus, "wound," and sanare, "to heal"; it is translated "may the wounds be healed." What is Magical Power in the Potterverse? You closed your book and put it aside, waving your wand as your other books, that were on the other side of the table, moved over to you, you didnt say a word as Draco got comfortable, as comfortable as he could right now at least. and I love that shes very no-nonsense , Draco Malfoy x Reader(Warnings: None, I think). Conjures birds (Note: Some of these are given specifically as curses or hexes, but all curses and hexes arent listed here since they arent all used offensively in combat.). The Latin words avis or aves, meaning "bird". Avis(AH-viss) They come from the video games and films: Tags: Type Hand movement Offensive magic is used to attack another witch or wizard, while defensive magic is used to repel or block a magical attack. Type: Healing Spell Pronunciation: VUL-ner-ah sah-NEN-tour Description: Healing spell that slows blood flow, clears residue, and knits wounds. Well, how about right now? "It's about preparing ourselves for what's waiting for us out there. However, extremely powerful spells are beyond the ability of most witches and wizards (GF14). You go get your homework and Ill meet you in the library you turned on your heel and went to your dorm room to collect your books, leaving an embarrassed Malfoy to go get his own books and homework. It was quite interesting actually, you were currently reading about Bowtruckles when you heard someone sit down next to you, turning your head and you saw the platinum blonde hair of Mr. Malfoy. After a while the two of you ended up walking back to your dorm, or at least he insisted on escorting you there, which warmed you up from the inside, making you blush when he offered it. HARRY POTTER, characters, names, and all related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros. 2001 2022. Try saying it out loud Draco nervously glanced around before doing as told, saying it out loud again and again until his eyes widened and he looked at you flames? you nodded and smiled flames, so, its sort of a fire charm, now we got that one knocked down. Either way you excused yourself from Hermione and walked straight up to the group Draco he turned at the sound of your voice and when you mentioned his name, his face growing even paler than before, if you could believe that how are your charms doing? However, the Oppugno spell is specifically intended to direct such an attack, as we see when Hermione conjures a flock of birds (probably using the Avis spell), then orders them to attack Ron when he comes by with Lavender Brown a few moments later (HBP14). You know, I think if you spent more time listening in class, youd be doing a lot better, I wouldnt have to tutor you Draco frowned a bit at your words you dont want to tutor me? Community content is available under. The Harry Potter Lexicon is an unofficial Harry Potter fansite. Spells which conjure or animate objects can be used effectively in both an offensive and defensive capacity. fight I was quite disappointed last time, our O.W.L.S are coming up soon, shouldnt you be studying? you watched him shift his weight around nervously, you looked to the first year and nodded down the hallway, telling them to go, which they happily did. She made them attack Ron Weasley, after seeing him kiss Lavender Brown.. Hermione was the only one who succeed in conjuring birds. It's about making sure we really can defend ourselves." Pronunciation: morz-MOR-druh Description: Conjures the Dark Mark, which is the sign of the Death Eaters. You bit your lip in thought before finally taking his hand come on, its cold up here, dont want to get sick you mumbled as you led him by the hand down the stairs and through the castle, you werent exactly sure where you were going, but holding Dracos hand felt right, it just did. You sighed as you tried, yet again, to make the spell work, but when it failed again, you looked to Hermione its not working, how the hell did you manage it? you groaned, Hermione looking quite amused, though she tried to hide it its alright, just try again, and remember the wand movement you rolled your eyes but lifted your wand again, slowly and surely moving it as you said the spell Avis a flock of small birds shot out from your wand and flew around the two of you, your eyes wide in shock and awe as you looked to Hermione I did it! Hermione giggled at your excitement I told you, its pretty much in the wand movement you scoffed low, amused, while watching the birds over your heads yeah yeah, genius now it was Hermiones turn to scoff, her eyes on the birds as well so uh, how do I get them to disappear? Hermione turned to look at you, shrugging I uh dont actually know, I just threw them at Ron and then when they hit the door behind him they disappeared you sighed and looked at the birds once more, debating if it was worth it, besides, you didnt have any target and you didnt want to use the Oppugno jinx on Hermione. The casters frame of mind and intention also seem to have a definite effect on the results of the spell. You barely heard him walk up the stairs, it was only when his feet shuffled against the ground that you heard him, turning around and seeing him stand there awkwardly. McGonagalls use of a spell to animate the castles statues during the Battle of Hogwarts is a good example of this. Some defensive spells are used as a preventative measure, not in combat; these are listed separately. You finally made it down the stairs and you let go of his hand, giving him a small smile, which he returned, although it held more sadness for him than yours did. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey, LEGO Harry Potter: Building the Magical World, LEGO Harry Potter: Characters of the Magical World, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story, Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World, Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, "Wonderbook: Book of Spells - Birds and Pumpkins Floor Demo", This spell may be capable of blocking the, It is unknown why this spell is classified as a charm, as. The following spells are used in duelling and attacking: The spells on this list are used for defense during spell combat: These spells are used to set up defenses and protections, but not during combat: These spells are used for healing and undoing the damage from or effects of a spell attack: The following offensive spells aren't canon (in other words, aren't known to have been created by J.K. Rowling herself). The relative strength of each spell depends to a large part on the inherent power and ability of the witch or wizard casting it (GF14). Why didnt you just say so I-. As with offensive spells, many spells can be used as a defense by an imaginative witch or wizard. Seen/Mentioned: Used by Barty Crouch Jr in 1994. She conjured yellow birds, no one else could conjure even a feather. , The birds were shot from the caster's wand tip, accompanied by a loud blast that sounded like a gun being fired and smoke. Bird-Conjuring Charm For example, Hermione used Duro to cause a tapestry to turn hard as stone, injuring some Death Eaters who ran into it immediately thereafter (DH32). It was about the different magical creatures of the world, the book was called Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, by Newt Scamander. Notes: Possibly the Hex Deflection spells the fake Moody mentioned in 1994. Add your own. The Avada Kedavra curse, for example, is far more dangerous than a simple Sponge-Knees Curse. You didnt like to embarrass him, but he brought it on himself, it was such a stupid thing to bully people about, their blood, it didnt matter, Hermione was a muggleborn and she was the greatest witch of our age already, blood type didnt matter, but apparently some families were under the impression that it did. Never you rolled your eyes at his comment, gently punching his shoulder shut up the two of you shared a quick laugh before it quieted down again (Y/N), can I tell you something? you nodded and gave a small mhm, Draco inhaling and exhaling heavily as he kept his eyes away from you, nervously I uhm dont need tutoring I just wanted to spend time with you he mumbled, his pale cheeks almost bright red at the announcement, making your eyes wide as you stared at him, trying to see if he was lying or telling the truth well, you didnt have to lie to get to spend time with me, Draco, you couldve just asked Draco gave you a nervous smile I wasnt sure youd say yes if I just asked you scoffed low at this Draco, Im not Crabbe or Goyle or Pansy Parkinson, you dont have to play someone else to get my attention or company Draco nodded nervously at your words, scratching the back of his head as he looked at his own feet so, would you go on a date with me? you bit your lip to keep you from grinning, pretending to think about it before shrugging prove you dont need tutoring, no cheating either, practice the Avis spell, and then Ill go on a date with you you gave him a wink before going into your own dorm room, leaving him with a stupid grin on his stupidly handsome face as he returned to his own dorm, his wand out the whole time, mumbling and whispering Avis to himself, practicing the spell. View 3 thoughts swirling around the pensieve. Etymology: Possibly derived from the Latin "salveo," meaning "to be in good health," and used as a form of greeting and farewell, and a pseudo-Latin derivative of the English word "hex"hence, Seen/Mentioned: Harry and Hermione cast this spell to strengthen their camp-site's defences against intruders in 1997. In your heart you watched as Draco frowned as he thought it over, before finally agreeing on shaking his head gently, and you sighed good, because its wrong, people arent less just because of who their parents are, nor are they more because of them Draco finally looked at you, with his storm cloud grey eyes, troubled and lonely he was lonely, you saw. Snape using Vulnera Sanentur to cure Draco Malfoy's wounds, Type: Charm Pronunciation: SAL-vee-oh HECKS-ee-ah Description: Protects against hexes. Notes: A possible translation might be "take a bite out of death", a fitting phrase for Death Eaters. It is the counter-curse to Sectumsempra. Also seen in 1997 over the castle to lure Albus Dumbledore to his death. , A flock of birds conjured with this spell, During the 19891990 school year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Professor Minerva McGonagall taught her sixth-year Transfiguration students how to conjure birds with this spell. You raised your wand in the vicinity of the flock of birds Finite Incantatem the birds instantly vanished with a poof effect and you smiled, turning to see Hermione smile at you as well. CharmConjuration He was on the verge of tears you looked back at your paperwork, trying to ignore the pleading look in Dracos eyes (Y/N) I- I had to thats when you snapped and looked at him, annoyance covering your face like a thick blanket no, you dont, your parents arent here, Draco, you dont have to do anything, you could be who you are without judgement, so what if Crabbe and Goyle dont agree, they dont know where their arses are half the time, they couldnt tell a Bowtruckle from a Mooncalf! Once you had gotten that off your chest you packed up your books and got out of your seat, walking out of the library and back towards your dorm. Effect How far are you? you finally spoke up, it almost startled Draco, but he quickly got out his homework and shuffled through it to give you an answer uhm, Flagrate, I dont really, uhm you simply nodded and went through your own homework, but didnt show him the answers, which often frustrated him endlessly alright, you sighed, looking back to Draco to see him avoiding your gaze Flagrate, its a charm, what does the name remind you of? Draco frowned as he looked over his papers, but you finally stopped him after a little while, making him look at you dont look at them, you wont have them at the exams, all youll have is this you gently poked his forehead before settling back into your chair now, what does it sound like? Etymology: Latin mors, "death", and mordere, meaning "to bite" (or its French derivative mordre); this would appear to be associated with the name of Lord Voldemort's followers, the Death Eaters. I was getting around to it I uh, wasnt sure when youd- he glanced awkwardly at Crabbe and Goyle, like he didnt want them to know he was being tutored. Blue You were on your way back to your dorm room when you saw him, talking with his goon squad, bullying a first year student who was a muggleborn, it sickened you, it wasnt the Draco you knew, or maybe the Draco you knew wasnt the right one. attacks Light ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.