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{{Quote|So even if she’s bewitched the door so Alohomora won’t work, which I bet she has -|A mention of this spell in [[1995]]|Harry Potter}}
 
{{Quote|So even if she’s bewitched the door so Alohomora won’t work, which I bet she has -|A mention of this spell in [[1995]]|Harry Potter}}
   
These '''spells''' were used to counteract the effects of ''[[Unlocking Charm|Alohomora]]'', and presumably other opening spells such as ''[[Annihilare]]'', ''[[Dunamis]]'', ''[[Emancipare]]'', ''[[Liberare]]'', and another, [[Door opening spell|unidentified]] [[spell]].
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These '''spells''' were used to counteract the effects of ''[[Unlocking Charm|Alohomora]]'' and presumably other opening spells such as ''[[Annihilare]]'', ''[[Dunamis]]'', ''[[Emancipare]]'', ''[[Liberare]]'', and another, [[Door opening spell|unidentified]] [[spell]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 20:49, June 1, 2013

Anti-unlocking charms
Type

Charms

Effect

Makes locked doors impervious to Alohomora

"So even if she’s bewitched the door so Alohomora won’t work, which I bet she has -"
—A mention of this spell in 1995[src]

These spells were used to counteract the effects of Alohomora and presumably other opening spells such as Annihilare, Dunamis, Emancipare, Liberare, and another, unidentified spell.

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. As the Anti-Alohomora Charm is an Anti-Unlocking Charm.

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