This spell is likely to be Piertotum Locomotor, and may be incorrectly listed separately from it. I don´t think so, Piertotum Loccomotor moves an object (Locomotor is the relevant word in that case) while this spell makes them sing.--Rodolphus 18:22, June 25, 2011 (UTC) That is an incorrect definition of the effects of the Piertotum Locomotor spell; the Piertotum Locomotor charm causes the bewitched object to do the bidding of the caster. Minerva used this spell to make the statues and suits of armor defend Hogwarts, not just made them move. Thus, I believe that this, as well as the charm Voldemort used to make his robes/ cloak attack Harry, are both Piertotum Locomotor.
First, please sign your posts. Secondly, no, Piertotum Locomotor moves the target; the Imperius Curse is the one that makes the target do the bidding of the caster. McGonagall used the spell to make the statues and suits of armour move in such a way as to defend the castle, yes, but it was still moving. Also, you'd do well to suggest your Clothing-animating spell/Piertotum Locomotor idea on that talk page, as opposed to this one. So no, I don't think this one and Piertotum Locomotor are the same. james (talk) 15:49, August 31, 2012 (UTC)
Texthawm and I created the Cantis page, and whilst doing so I realized... this spell makes suits of armour sing. Cantis makes the target sing. Aren't they the same? james (talk) 15:41, August 31, 2012 (UTC)