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{{quote|She whipped out her wand, waved it, muttered something, and sent a jet of the same bluebell flames she had used on Snape at the plant. In a matter of seconds, the two boys felt it loosening its grip as it cringed away from the light and warmth.|Hermione using the spell against the Devil's Snare.|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone}}
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{{quote|[[Hermione|She]] whipped out her wand, waved it, muttered something, and sent a jet of the same bluebell flames she had used on Snape at the plant. In a matter of seconds, the two boys felt it loosening its grip as it cringed away from the light and warmth.|Hermione using the spell against the [[Devil's Snare]]|Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone}}
   
'''Bluebell Flames''', also known as '''Cold Fire''' or '''Blue Flames'''<ref>See [http://wiscreenwritersforum.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/HARRY-POTTER-AND-THE-HALF-BLOOD-PRINCE-11-06-07-Yellow-Revs-full-FINAL.03.pdf this script]</ref>, is a [[Magic|magical]] [[Fire|fire]] that is produced by a [[charm]] of unknown [[Incantation]], flowing from the caster's [[Wands|wand]] in a stream or jet, which then condenses into a body of fire on a nearby object, similar to [[Incendio Uno|Incendio]]. The flames produced are described as being bright blue, waterproof, and radiating heat only to objects held directly above it. The fire can also be touched, penetrated and held without it burning the holder, though it is known to burn materials such as clothing and [[Devil's Snare|plants]]. As such, it may be safely carried in small objects, e.g. a jar, without the object being damaged. These unique flames can also be directed to a desired location by its caster, and return back to its original position.
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'''Bluebell Flames''', also known as '''Cold Fire''' or '''Blue Flames''',<ref>See [http://wiscreenwritersforum.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/HARRY-POTTER-AND-THE-HALF-BLOOD-PRINCE-11-06-07-Yellow-Revs-full-FINAL.03.pdf this script]</ref> ''(incantation unknown)'' is a [[magic]]al [[fire]] that is produced by a [[charm]] of unknown [[Incantation]], flowing from the caster's [[Wands|wand]] in a stream or jet, which then condenses into a body of fire on a nearby object, similar to [[Incendio Uno|Incendio]].
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==Effects==
   
==Known practitioners==
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The flames produced are described as being bright blue, waterproof, and radiating heat only to objects held directly above it. The fire can also be touched, penetrated and held without it burning the holder, though it is known to burn materials such as clothing and [[Devil's Snare|plants]]. As such, it may be safely carried in small objects, e.g. a jar, without the object being damaged. These unique flames can also be directed to a desired location by its caster, and return to its original position.
*[[Hermione Granger]]
 
*[[Remus Lupin]] {{C|Possibly}}<ref name="AZKABAN">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]''</ref>.
 
   
 
==Known uses==
 
==Known uses==
*Hermione Granger, the charm's [[Signature spell|signature user]], used this spell at least thrice in her [[1991-1992 school year]], and often kept the unique flames in a jar that she carried with her; the first occurrence was to to keep her, [[Harry Potter]], and [[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]] comfortably warm while in the [[Entrance Courtyard]]; the second to set [[Severus Snape]]'s robes aflame in order to distract him during a [[Quidditch]] game, believing that he was trying to jinx Harry (who was actually being thwarted by [[Quirinus Quirrell]]); and the third time to burn a specimen of [[Devil's Snare]] that had been constricting Ron and Harry, during their search for the [[Philosopher's Stone]]. <ref name="STONE"/>
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*Hermione Granger, the charm's [[Signature spell|signature user]], used this spell at least thrice in her [[1991-1992 school year]], and often kept the unique flames in a jar that she carried with her; the first occurrence was to keep her, [[Harry Potter]], and [[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]] comfortably warm while in the [[Entrance Courtyard]]; the second to set [[Severus Snape]]'s robes aflame in order to distract him during a [[Quidditch]] game, believing that he was trying to jinx Harry (who was actually being thwarted by [[Quirinus Quirrell]]); and the third time to burn a specimen of [[Devil's Snare]] that had been constricting Ron and Harry, during their search for the [[Philosopher's Stone]].<ref name="STONE"/>
*It was used by her again the next year, in order to produce harmlesss flames over which she could illicitly brew a [[Polyjuice Potion]], thus allowing her and her friends to exact their plan of entering the [[Slytherin Dungeon]].<ref name="SECRETS">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]''</ref>
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*It was used by her again the next year, in order to produce harmless flames over which she could illicitly brew a [[Polyjuice Potion]], thus allowing her and her friends to execute their plan of entering the [[Slytherin Dungeon]].<ref name="SECRETS">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets]]''</ref>
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==Known practitioners==
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*[[Hermione Granger]]
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*[[Remus Lupin]] {{C|Possibly}}<ref name="AZKABAN">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]''</ref>
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
[[File:Bluebell flames.JPEG|thumb|right|150px|A jar of bluebell flames.]]
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[[File:Bluebell_flames.JPEG|thumb|left|230px|A jar of bluebell flames.]]
 
*In [[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film)|the film]], this spell was replaced by ''[[Lacarnum Inflamarae]]'' when Hermione attempted to distract Snape, and ''[[Lumos Solem]]'' to attack the sunlight-sensitive Devil's snare.
 
*In [[Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film)|the film]], this spell was replaced by ''[[Lacarnum Inflamarae]]'' when Hermione attempted to distract Snape, and ''[[Lumos Solem]]'' to attack the sunlight-sensitive Devil's snare.
 
*In [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1|the seventh film]], Ron tells Harry that he always liked these flames. In that film, the flames are depicted as normal, reddish-orange fire, though in [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows|the book]] they appear blue, as in the other books.
 
*In [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1|the seventh film]], Ron tells Harry that he always liked these flames. In that film, the flames are depicted as normal, reddish-orange fire, though in [[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows|the book]] they appear blue, as in the other books.
*The video game adaptions of Harry Potter depict this fire as similar to the ''[[Fire-Making Spell|Incendio]]'' . However, these appearances must not be considered valid, as ''Incendio'' produces normal fire, not the blue magical fire that this spell creates.
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*The video game adaptions of Harry Potter depict this fire as similar to the ''[[Fire-Making Spell|Incendio]]''. However, these appearances must not be considered valid, as ''Incendio'' produces normal fire, not the blue magical fire that this spell creates.
 
*[[Hand-held flames]] may be a variation of this spell, as both produce flames that can be safely carried.
 
*[[Hand-held flames]] may be a variation of this spell, as both produce flames that can be safely carried.
   

Latest revision as of 13:37, December 11, 2014

Blueflame
Bluebell Flames
Type

Charm

Hand Movement

Wave wand[1]

Light

Bright blue

Effect

Conjures blue fire

"She whipped out her wand, waved it, muttered something, and sent a jet of the same bluebell flames she had used on Snape at the plant. In a matter of seconds, the two boys felt it loosening its grip as it cringed away from the light and warmth."
—Hermione using the spell against the Devil's Snare[src]

Bluebell Flames, also known as Cold Fire or Blue Flames,[2] (incantation unknown) is a magical fire that is produced by a charm of unknown Incantation, flowing from the caster's wand in a stream or jet, which then condenses into a body of fire on a nearby object, similar to Incendio.

EffectsEdit

The flames produced are described as being bright blue, waterproof, and radiating heat only to objects held directly above it. The fire can also be touched, penetrated and held without it burning the holder, though it is known to burn materials such as clothing and plants. As such, it may be safely carried in small objects, e.g. a jar, without the object being damaged. These unique flames can also be directed to a desired location by its caster, and return to its original position.

Known usesEdit

Known practitionersEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

Bluebell flames

A jar of bluebell flames.

  • In the film, this spell was replaced by Lacarnum Inflamarae when Hermione attempted to distract Snape, and Lumos Solem to attack the sunlight-sensitive Devil's snare.
  • In the seventh film, Ron tells Harry that he always liked these flames. In that film, the flames are depicted as normal, reddish-orange fire, though in the book they appear blue, as in the other books.
  • The video game adaptions of Harry Potter depict this fire as similar to the Incendio. However, these appearances must not be considered valid, as Incendio produces normal fire, not the blue magical fire that this spell creates.
  • Hand-held flames may be a variation of this spell, as both produce flames that can be safely carried.

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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