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[[File:Cedric's Death.gif|thumb|250px|The [[Killing Curse]], which causes instant death in its target, is an example of a dark charm.]]
 
{{Quote|Dark charms are known as jinxes, hexes and curses. This book does not deal with such spells.|''[[The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1]]''|Pottermore}}
 
{{Quote|Dark charms are known as jinxes, hexes and curses. This book does not deal with such spells.|''[[The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1]]''|Pottermore}}
 
'''Dark charms''' are [[spell]]s that add certain properties to an object or creature, but have connotations of [[dark magic]]. ''[[The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1]]'' does not carry instructions for such spells.<ref>''[[Pottermore]]''</ref>
 
'''Dark charms''' are [[spell]]s that add certain properties to an object or creature, but have connotations of [[dark magic]]. ''[[The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1]]'' does not carry instructions for such spells.<ref>''[[Pottermore]]''</ref>

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Cedric's Death

The Killing Curse, which causes instant death in its target, is an example of a dark charm.

"Dark charms are known as jinxes, hexes and curses. This book does not deal with such spells."
The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1[src]

Dark charms are spells that add certain properties to an object or creature, but have connotations of dark magic. The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1 does not carry instructions for such spells.[1]

Jinxes are usually spells whose effects are irritating but amusing. Hexes are considered slightly worse than jinxes, but are still only dark magic of a minor sort. Curses are usually the worst kinds of dark magic.[2]

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