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Produces a fiery rope which one can ensnare the target with
- "Dumbledore had drawn back his wand and waved it as though brandishing a whip. A long thin flame flew from the tip; it wrapped itself around Voldemort, shield and all."
Fire rope is a charm that creates a fiery rope that can bind a foe.
History of use
- Albus Dumbledore used this charm to try and ensnare Lord Voldemort during their Duel in the Ministry Atrium.
Behind the scenes
- Although it appeared that McGonagall had used this, she actually only caused a torch to fly about, not produced a fiery rope from her wand.
- In the film, Dumbledore uses a nonverbal water spell instead of this one.