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|name=Bird-Conjuring Charm
 
|name=Bird-Conjuring Charm
 
|image=[[File:Avis.png|255px]]
 
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|incantation=''Avis''<br />(AH-viss)
 
|incantation=''Avis''<br />(AH-viss)
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{{Quote|Most of the class had already left, although several twittering yellow birds were still zooming around the room, all of Hermione's creation; nobody else had succeeded in conjuring so much as a feather from thin air.|Harry looking to talk to Dean alone after Transfiguration class.|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
{{Quote|Most of the class had already left, although several twittering yellow birds were still zooming around the room, all of Hermione's creation; nobody else had succeeded in conjuring so much as a feather from thin air.|Harry looking to talk to Dean alone after Transfiguration class.|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
The '''Bird-Conjuring Charm'''<ref name="WonderbookGameDeubt">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WClKkwWLDNI "Wonderbook: Book of Spells - Birds and Pumpkins Floor Demo"] from [http://www.youtube.com/user/gamespotgameplay GameSpot Gameplay]</ref> (''Avis'') is a [[spell]] that [[conjuration|conjures]] a flock of birds. The birds are shot from the caster's wand tip, accompanied by a loud blast that sounds like a gun being fired and smoke.
 
The '''Bird-Conjuring Charm'''<ref name="WonderbookGameDeubt">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WClKkwWLDNI "Wonderbook: Book of Spells - Birds and Pumpkins Floor Demo"] from [http://www.youtube.com/user/gamespotgameplay GameSpot Gameplay]</ref> (''Avis'') is a [[spell]] that [[conjuration|conjures]] a flock of birds. The birds are shot from the caster's wand tip, accompanied by a loud blast that sounds like a gun being fired and smoke.
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==History==
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{{Quote|Severed heads, unidentifiable stumps, terrifying frog-rabbit mutations — all have been created, to the dismay of those who made them...|On the side-effects of the spell.|Wonderbook: Book of Spells}}This spell was used by [[Garrick Ollivander]] when testing the four [[Triwizard Tournament]] Champions' [[wand]]s before their First Task of the Triwizard Tournament, in [[1994]]. This is also possibly the spell that the [[Sixth year]] [[Charms (class)|Charms]] students were learning to perform [[nonverbal spell|non-verbally]] in [[1996]]. [[Hermione Granger]] also conjured a flock of birds that same year, most likely using this spell, and [[Oppugno Jinx|made them attack]] [[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]], after seeing him kiss Lavender Brown.<ref name= "HBP14">{{HBP}} - Chapter 14 (''Felix Felicis'')</ref>
   
 
==Known practitioners==
 
==Known practitioners==
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==History==
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==Behind the scenes==
{{Quote|Severed heads, unidentifiable stumps, terrifying frog-rabbit mutations - all have been created, to the dismay of those who made them...|On the side-effects of the spell.|Wonderbook: Book of Spells}}
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*This charm may be capable of blocking the [[Killing Curse]]; if the curse hit the birds before the caster, it is possible that this would negate the curse. Since conjured creatures differ from real animals, this is not conclusive. If it is true, then such spells as the [[Snake Summons Spell]] might also prove effective. Nonetheless, no canon evidence has been given in favour or denial of this theory.
*This spell was used by [[Garrick Ollivander]] when testing the four [[Triwizard Tournament]] Champions' [[wand]]s before their First Task of the Triwizard Tournament, in [[1994]]. This is also possibly the spell that the [[Sixth year]] [[Charms (class)|Charms]] students were learning to perform [[nonverbal spell|non-verbally]] in [[1996]].
 
*[[Hermione Granger]] conjured a flock of birds that same year, most likely using this spell, and [[Oppugno|made them attack]] [[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]], after seeing him kiss Lavender Brown.
 
   
 
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*''[[Wonderbook: Book of Spells]]'' {{1st ID}}
 
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==See also==
 
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[[Category:Spells with Incantations of Latin Origin]]
 
[[Category:Spells with Incantations of Latin Origin]]
 
[[Category:Transfiguration Spells]]
 
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[[Category:Charms]]

Latest revision as of 00:03, July 31, 2014

Avis
Bird-Conjuring Charm
Incantation

Avis
(AH-viss)

Type

Conjuration

Hand Movement

Avis movement

Light

Blue

Effect

Conjures birds

"Most of the class had already left, although several twittering yellow birds were still zooming around the room, all of Hermione's creation; nobody else had succeeded in conjuring so much as a feather from thin air."
—Harry looking to talk to Dean alone after Transfiguration class.[src]

The Bird-Conjuring Charm[1] (Avis) is a spell that conjures a flock of birds. The birds are shot from the caster's wand tip, accompanied by a loud blast that sounds like a gun being fired and smoke.

HistoryEdit

"Severed heads, unidentifiable stumps, terrifying frog-rabbit mutations — all have been created, to the dismay of those who made them..."
—On the side-effects of the spell.[src]
This spell was used by Garrick Ollivander when testing the four Triwizard Tournament Champions' wands before their First Task of the Triwizard Tournament, in 1994. This is also possibly the spell that the Sixth year Charms students were learning to perform non-verbally in 1996. Hermione Granger also conjured a flock of birds that same year, most likely using this spell, and made them attack Ron Weasley, after seeing him kiss Lavender Brown.[2]

Known practitionersEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

  • This charm may be capable of blocking the Killing Curse; if the curse hit the birds before the caster, it is possible that this would negate the curse. Since conjured creatures differ from real animals, this is not conclusive. If it is true, then such spells as the Snake Summons Spell might also prove effective. Nonetheless, no canon evidence has been given in favour or denial of this theory.

EtymologyEdit

The Latin words avis or aves, meaning "bird".

AppearancesEdit

See alsoEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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