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|incantation=Incarcifors (in-KAR-si-forz)
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|type=[[Transfiguration]]
 
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'''''Incarcifors''''' is a [[Transforming spell]] that transfigures an object so it can imprison a passing creature.
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'''''Incarcifors''''' is a [[Transforming spell]] that transfigures an object into a suitable prison for a nearby creature, allowing it to capture or imprison the victim.
   
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The prefix "incarci-" probably comes from the English "To incarcerate" and the suffix "-fors" (often used in transfiguration spells) is Latin for "chance, luck, fortune", though it may also come from "forma" (or simply English form) meaning form.
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The prefix "incarci-" probably comes from the English "To incarcerate" and the suffix "-fors" (often used in transfiguration spells) is Latin for "chance, luck, fortune", though it may also come from "forma" (or simply English form) meaning form.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 11:58, February 9, 2014

Incarcifors
Incarcifors
Incantation

Incarcifors
(in-KAR-si-forz)

Type

Transfiguration

Effect

Transfigures an object into a prison

Incarcifors is a Transforming spell that transfigures an object into a suitable prison for a nearby creature, allowing it to capture or imprison the victim.

EtymologyEdit

The prefix "incarci-" probably comes from the English "To incarcerate" and the suffix "-fors" (often used in transfiguration spells) is Latin for "chance, luck, fortune", though it may also come from "forma" (or simply English form) meaning form.

See alsoEdit

AppearancesEdit

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