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(Whoever wrote it mixed it up with Descendo... and had a bad sense of grammar, if I do say so.)
(When did Ron use it?)
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'''''Dissendium''''' was a [[charm]] that revealed hidden passageways.
 
'''''Dissendium''''' was a [[charm]] that revealed hidden passageways.
 
==Known practitioners==
 
==Known practitioners==
*[[Fred Weasley]]
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*[[Fred Weasley]]<ref name="fg"/>
*[[George Weasley]]
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*[[George Weasley]]<ref name="fg">Seeing how he knew of the passage and where it led, it is more than likely he used it. And as one had to perform this spell, to use it, he thus used the spell.</ref>
*[[Harry Potter]]
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*[[Harry Potter]]<ref name="PoA14">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]'' (''Chapter Fourteen - Snape's Grudge'')</ref>
*Ron Weasley
 
 
*[[Hermione Granger]]<ref> Hermione retrieved [[Harry Potter|Harry's]] cloak from beneath the One-Eyed Witch; she needed to have cast ''Dissendium'' to open the passage</ref>
 
*[[Hermione Granger]]<ref> Hermione retrieved [[Harry Potter|Harry's]] cloak from beneath the One-Eyed Witch; she needed to have cast ''Dissendium'' to open the passage</ref>
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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
 
There are various theories put forth in regards to the etymology of ''Dissendium''.
 
There are various theories put forth in regards to the etymology of ''Dissendium''.

Revision as of 16:39, March 3, 2013

Dissendium
Dissendium
Incantation

Dissendium

Type

Charm

Hand Movement

Tap target

Light

None

Effect

Reveals hidden passageways

"At once, the statue's hump opened wide enough to admit a fairly thin person."
—Description[src]

Dissendium was a charm that revealed hidden passageways.

Known practitioners

Etymology

There are various theories put forth in regards to the etymology of Dissendium.

Behind the scenes

Dissend

Harry uses Dissendium on Slytherin's locket

  • While initially this appears to be a simple password for the statue, it was used in other media in attempts to open lockets, out of frustration.

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Seeing how he knew of the passage and where it led, it is more than likely he used it. And as one had to perform this spell, to use it, he thus used the spell.
  2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Chapter Fourteen - Snape's Grudge)
  3. Hermione retrieved Harry's cloak from beneath the One-Eyed Witch; she needed to have cast Dissendium to open the passage

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