For the spell of "Rictusempra" I've tried to edit the notes to say, that in the movie the spell is actually different and not the tickling spell like it is in the book, but in the film it actually causes the body to twist in midair while flying backwards. But I can't since I think an administrator can only change things. So can anyone who can consider putting that in there. That would be cool. Thanks :-) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sockinmyboot (talk • contribs).
- Moved from forum page to talkpage as more appropriate here. I made the edit as requested. Thanks! --Sajuuk 19:03, May 8, 2016 (UTC)
There were two new spells in Fantastic Beasts. Finestra (Glass Penetration Charm) and Aberto (new Unlocking Charm). I don't know of their classifications as spells but I'd imagine those would be them
There are two huge mistakes at the etymology:
"κολάω,κολώ" (pronounced "colas","cols"), which means "to glue"."
--> First: the pronunciation of the Greek words would be "cola-o", "colo", the last "o" longer than first, being and omega rather than a omicron. Second mistake: neither the word κολάω nor κολώ exist in (ancient) Greek. It's either κολλώ or κολλάω, the first one being the modern Greek word and the second the ancient word. Could someone please correct that? LieraDragon (talk) 13:36, January 28, 2017 (UTC)LieraDragon
Augeo and Molliare
What about Augeo(Auw-gii-oh, The enlargement charm, enlarges the target) and Molliare(mauwl-lii-ar-ay, the soft enhancement charm, creates an invisible softener on the target to soften it)? ClintLezoroh (talk) 02:16, May 14, 2017 (UTC)ClintLezoroh