Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The spell that was NOT in the Potter movies

By +Tina Cruris

The Harry Potter saga covers seven books and eight movies, and not once was this spell ever known to be used. It's existence was as mythical as the Deathly Hallows until a young wizard happened across it in a book from the restricted section of the library at Hogwarts.

The spell which was NOT in the Harry Potter movies
Would you care to venture a guess before the big reveal?
This spell has not appeared in the books or the movies by order of The Ministry of Magic, however we know it exists and we have uncovered some proof. Here are some of the characters from Potterville and their opinions of "The spell which can not be named".

Dolores Umbridge
Dolores Umbridge has never been put under this spell
Since The Ministry consider this spell to be evil, it is no surprise that one of the naughtiest witches in the saga is way too familiar with it.

Bellatrix Lestrange
I bet you do, you naughty witch
Some of Harry's female friends are not so keen on being under this spell...

Hermione Grainger
Malfoy tried to Slither in
Another of Harry's witch pals seems to be a perpetual target for this spell...

Luna Lovegood
That's how she got the name Lovegood
Harry's best friend Ron tried the spell too...

Ron Weasley
Poor Ron
Some of the more experienced wizards are a little more creative with this spell...

I always had my doubts about this guy
This spell can be very powerful when used correctly, and the only known defense against it is...

Marriage renders this spell useless
A married witch is immune to this spell
I know you are desperate to know more about this spell, and as long as you promise not to share it with any other wizards and witches you can scroll down and discover what all the fuss is about.

Harry Potter Fellatio Spell
"I'm about to Expelliarmess all over your face"
Have you ever used this spell with any success? Either way share your story with us in the comments section below.

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